Top 10 Most Beautiful Types of ArchitectureArchitecture, architecture, architecture. It is the art and science of designing buildings and physical structures. There are many different types of architecture in the world and they're used for many different things.
Modern architecture is an architectural style based on new and innovative construction technologies, using glass, steel, and reinforced concrete. It started during the 1920s in Europe and the US.
Classical and gothic are beautiful structures, but I would prefer modern architecture the most.
Gothic architecture is a European architectures style valuing height and exhibiting intricate and delicate aesthetics. It was originally made in 12th-century as a way of developing Norman architecture.
I could spend hours just looking at this architecture; It's absolute perfection.
The most beautiful.
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Classical architecture is architecture which is derived from principles of Greek and Roman architecture. It was from the 5th century BCE in Greece to the 3rd century CE in Rome.
Neoclassical architecture is known by the scale, simplicity of geometric forms, blank wall preference, and use of columns. This began in the 18th century.
Vernacular architecture is specific to a region and period. It normally depends on the builders and accessible materials. This began in 1952.
Victorian architecture is a series of architectural styles in the second half of the 19th century.
I kinda wish I want a house of this type of architecture.
Domes were made in a number of Roman building types such as temples, thermal, palaces, etc. It was invented 509 BC.
Greek Revival architecture revived the style of ancient Greek architecture with varying a lot of thoroughness and consistency. The Greek Revival architecture was first made in the 1820s.
Romanesque architecture is an architectural style of medieval Europe characterized by semi-circular arches. Romanesque architecture was the architecture style from 800 AD to 1100 AD.
Expressionist architecture was made during the first decades of the 20th century. Materials like brick, concrete, and glass were used in the expressionist architecture.