Architectural style

Architectural style describes the long-standing attempts to classify architecture by periods, techniques, forms and materials. This is naturally to some extent arbitrary, but common traits can be discerned among architects working at the same time, in the same area of the world or being informed by one another.

Table of contents
1 Prehistoric Architecture
2 Ancient architecture
3 Western architecture upto Modernism
4 Modern Architecture
5 Architecture after Modernism
6 Architecture in other traditions
7 Architecture of the United States
8 See Also

Prehistoric Architecture

Ancient architecture

Western architecture upto Modernism

Classical architecture

Medieval architecture

Architecture from the Renaissance

Modern Architecture

Architecture after Modernism

Architecture in other traditions

Islamic architecture

Pre-Columbian American architecture

  • Aztec architecture
  • Incan architecture
  • Mayan architecture

East Asian architecture

South Asian architecture

Architecture of the United States

See Also




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