classical revival

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A backward-looking style of contemporary architecture which makes extensive use of such classical features as columns, keystones, porticoes, and pediments to recreate the authority of another time and place in history. Its best-known exponent in Britain is Quinlan Terry (b. 1937). Many of the clients of the Classical Revival have been corporate ones.

Subjects: Art.

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