8 Popular Architecture Styles That Existed Around the World

May 3, 2022

Architectural masterpieces that constituted the design have specific forms. And the reflection of these design in particular cultures and trends makes the architectural designs secular.

For example, medieval buildings for ordinary people were far more simplistic than royal rulers. According to cultures, diversity impacts the overall designs and decorations in interiors and exteriors.

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1. Victorian Style of Architecture

From 1837 to 1901, the Victorian architectural patterns came with the new concepts of simplicity. In the preceding styles of architecture, designing ideas rejected the simplified shapes. But, in the Victorian era, the designs and sculptures were influenced by distinctive ornamentation of roofs, eaves, decorative gables etc. All these features are the major parts of Victorian architectural style-based exteriors. The uniqueness lies in its pastel, earthy and jewel tinted exteriors. The exclusive combination of monochromatic and contrasting color schemes brought a stunning look to the Victorian interior and exterior.

2. Baroque Style of Architecture

In the initial era of Baroque architecture, the stunning decorative style reminded the glory of Roman architecture. European catholic churches kindled the beauty of this architectural style through the reformation of churches. Elaborate designs were popular in Bavaria, Portugal, Spain, France, Italy and many countries.

This 17th-century architectural style adopted the basic designs from Renaissance architectural trends.

The distinctive incorporation of domes and colonnades makes Baroque designs more exclusive. The upward eye drawing trends of this Baroque architecture make it popular in the interior designing world. These combined trends of eye painting introduced the appeal of enlightened winged deities in the architectural patterns.

3. Islamic Style of Architecture

This particular architecture reflects the term 'the architecture of the veil' in every sculpture. The traditional mosques and Muslim houses with gardens maintain the veiled concepts. So, restricted or no windows are the major features of this architecture.

The specific feature of Islamic architecture is a major focus on the building's interiors, not on exteriors. Islamic style adorned traditional houses have sequences of spaces with grand designs inside the buildings.

4. Ancient Egyptian Style of Architecture

According to Egyptian trends, the structures of houses were made with stone and unbaked mud bricks. In Egyptian architectural trends, a stone was major material to adorn the tombs as well as, and God's eternal arenas were also decored with stone-made sculptures. For the domestic buildings and royal palaces, mud bricks were essential materials.

In Egyptian architecture, rectangular-shaped sidewalls, flat-roofed sculptures and white tinted panels were the comprehensive parts of funerary temples.

5. Neo Futuristic Architecture

Extensive industrial infrastructures and commercial megastructures are common examples of Neo futuristic architecture. In the post-world war era, atomic diagrams and bent features enriched the concepts of space explorations.

After 1945, the technological evolutions and dynamic human activities created tons of climate change. And mass awareness impacted architectural patterns to make civilization more sustainable. Therefore, the world started to focus on sustainable construction ideas inspired by iconic architectural buildings.

6. Tudor Style of Architecture

Along with implementing decorative elements of the Renaissance, British architecture evolved Tudor patterns. Tudor architectural styles reflect great essence in the complex shapes of roofs, multiple gables, exclusive chimney structures, half-designed timber shapes, etc.

As a part of rich decored wall panels, this style of architecture included plasterwork in decorative cornices, ceilings, ornamental motifs, etc.

7. Modernist Style of Architecture

In architectural history, modernism implements the innovative aspects, imaginary spaces for extensive functionality, the effect of utopia painting, the logic of interaction etc. These trends enrich the history of secular architecture's expansion.

At the end of 2019, the influence of Bauhaus cultures evolved the organic, biomorphic forms of structures and colors along with simplified vertical or horizontal elements. And all these aspects of design enrich the modernist architectural style.

8. Bauhaus Style of Architecture

In 1919, Bauhaus architecture evolved as a new version of architecture. It has become popular for its functionality as well as simplified designs. Having exclusive shapes, which reflect abstract and useful concepts, this architectural style makes the decors holistic. This architectural style's speciality lies in its common materials, such as steel, glass, and concrete.

The artistic quality of a German fine-arts school determined the speciality of this architectural style. Instead of ornamentation, this style of architecture focuses on streamlined shapes. Therefore, this architecture ensures a high level of functionality in interior designs.

Conclusion

All the points reveal the ecstasy of specific architectural patterns in different eras. Interconnections and influence make all the architectural trends exclusive from every aspect.

 

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