Historicism - Revival Architecture - definition of architectural style

What is Historicism - Revival Architecture?

Estimated period of occurence (1800 - 1950)

Historicism as an architecture style was developed during XIX century and first years of XX. The main idea was the imitation or revival of early styles, such as Baroque or Gothic and the addition of current features. The most important were neogothic, neobaroque, neobyzantism and many others.

Cities with project in this style