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The term retained its derogatory overtones until the 19th century, at which time a positive critical revaluation of Gothic architecture took place.

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26/01/2011 · Characteristics of Gothic Architecture

For the influence of Gothic architecture on modern buildings in England and America, see: .
The Gothic Revival can be divided into two groups, anything done before 1841 was a romantic Gothic. Anything after 1841 was more or less influenced by the writing of Augustus Pugin whose many diatribes on medieval construction were well known to the English speaking world. Pugin and his followers were convinced that the only true architecture for northern climates was medieval architecture. Both he and John Ruskin wrote tirelessly on how Classical architecture was appropriate for Italy and the Mediterranean, but the free forms and craftsmanship of the medieval world were the true architecture for the Christian

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Voysey had produced a new domestic architecture in England, while in America H.
The neo classical influence of the 18th century, which in thecase of tea caddies translated itself in straight shapes andstylised ornaments, developed in the early 19th century to theadaptation of classical architectural forms and shapes in theconstruction of boxes.

 

Gothic Architecture 12th – 15th Centuries

Later came a revival of Gothic architecture, led by designers such as  (1802-78), Andrew Jackson Downing (1815-52) and  (1818-95).
Though, the style did grow very popular in the early 19th century when very devoted admirers of Gothic styles sought out to revive medieval Gothic arch.

- Gothic Revival architecture is easy to identify as it always has certain features no matter where the building is such as high pitched roofs or spires, tall, narrow windows coming to a point at the top, exposed wood structural beams, cross hatched decorative patterns, finals, scalloping, lancet windows, hood mouldings and label stops which are all common identifiers for Gothic Revival architecture.

Historical Events in the 19th century
- The collapse of the Spanish, First and Second French, Chinese, Holy Roman and Mughal empires which paved the way for the growing influence of the British Empire, Russian Empire, German Empire, the United States and the Empire of Japan, spurring military conflicts but also advances in science and exploration.
- The 19th century was an era of invention and discovery, with significant developments in the fields of mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology, electricity, and metallurgy that laid the groundwork for the technological advances of the 20th century.
- Advances in medicine and the understanding of human anatomy and disease prevention took place.
- The introduction of railroads provided the first major advancement in land transportation .
- The last remaining undiscovered landmasses of Earth, including vast expanses of interior Africa and Asia, were discovered during this century, and with the exception of the extreme zones of the Arctic and Antarctic, accurate and detailed maps of the globe were available by the 1890s
The Tower of London
- It was founded towards the end of 1066 as part of the Norman Conquest of England.

In the  the Germans began one of the largest Rayonnant buildings, cathedral, which was not completed until the late 19th century.
New materials, concentration of population in new fast growing urban areas, particularly Chicago and New York in the mid-19th century, solid rock foundations, available capital and such inventions as the elevator resulted in the growth upwards of American city buildings.


Gothic architecture is more ornate and complex than ..

At the end of the century the Amsterdam Bourse (Stock Exchange) was built by Berlage in brick, steel and glass in an undecorated bare functional style which heralds the new architecture of the 20th century perhaps more than any of the Classical or medieval examples resulting from the battle of styles.

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After 1841, it is rare to find a Classical or Renaissance style church anywhere in the English speaking world. St. Peter's in Erindale is a good example of a 19th century Gothic Revival church. It has all the elements of the refined Decorative style. The windows are decorated with foils or leafy patterns, the door is carved but not to excess, and the roof vents have a restrained leaf pattern.

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In France, Flamboyant Gothic architecture eventually lost its way - becoming much too ornate and complicated - and was superceded by the classical forms of imported from Italy in the 16th century.

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The characteristic feature of Flamboyant Gothic architecture is the widespread use of a flame-like (French: flambe) S-shaped curve in stone window tracery.