Neoclassical Architectural Style
Popular during the early 20th century, many government and university buildings are Neoclassical. This style was derived from ancient Greek and Roman buildings featuring a grandeur of scale, dramatic use of columns, and simple geometric shapes. Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello is a classic example. Although many public buildings are Neoclassical, it was also used in residential homes. Home features include symmetry, columns, and elaborate doorways.
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