4 edition of Spanish colonial revival (Spanish baroque) in American architecture found in the catalog.
Spanish colonial revival (Spanish baroque) in American architecture
Robert B. Harmon
|Statement||Robert B. Harmon.|
|Series||Architecture series--bibliography,, A-925|
|LC Classifications||Z5944.U5 H3862 1983, NA712 H3862 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||13 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||13|
|LC Control Number||83137730|
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The Spanish Colonial Revival Home Spanish Colonial Revival style architecture is an expression of the Spanish exploration of the Americas. It first became popular beginning about in California and Florida as a result of the Panama Canal opening and the Spanish Colonial style.
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Spanish Revival As seen in the “California Country Style” by Diane Dorrans Saeks, this project, located in the Healdsburg area, is a family home remodeled with references to Mission Revival and Spanish Colonial Revival architecture.
George Washington Smith is a full-length monograph that surveys the work of the father of the Spanish-Colonial Revival style. Beginning with the building of his own house in Santa Barbara, Smith created his signature designs based on centuries-old Andalusian structures he saw while traveling through Europe.
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Spanish Colonial Revival Spanish Colonial Revival An eclectic style loosely based on one or more phases of Spanish Colonial architecture; most common from about to the present. Buildings in this style usually characterized a façade with unadorned stucco or plastered walls; glazed and/or unglazed wall tiles; a covered porch or arcade; commonly, a.
into Spanish-Colonial Revival is tied to the symbolic nature o f brick, tile, and cement stucc o. For example, Spanish-Colonial Revival structures, built using materials such as cement and concrete.
The Spanish Colonial Revival house across from the Mission features wood entrance doors, recessed wood windows, smooth stucco walls, and red terra-cotta roofs. The s Spanish Colonial Revival hotel in West Beach neighborhood features deco-rative tile steps and a plaster balustrade leading to the front entrance.
The Spanish Revival is an architectural style that became common in the American West and Southwest in the early 20th century. It is a very eclectic style, mixing and matching various motifs to create buildings that feel Spanish, rather than relying on strict rules of design.