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    November 25, 2019 at 6:46 pm
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    [quote quote=5671]Here is all architectural styles I found on Wikipedia:

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    Early civilizations developed, often independently, in scattered locations around the globe. The architecture was often a mixture of styles in timber cut from local forests and stone hewn from local rocks. Most of the timber has gone, although the earthworks remain. Impressively, massive stone structures have survived for years.

    Neolithic 10,000-3000 BC
    Ancient Americas
    Mediterranean and Middle-East Civilizations
    Phoenician 3000-500 BC
    Ancient Egyptian 3000 BC – 373 BC
    Minoan 3000?+ BC (Crete)
    Knossos (Crete)
    Mycenaean 1600-1100 BC (Greece)
    Ancient Near East and Mesopotamia
    Sumerian 5300-2000 BC
    Iranian and Persian
    Ancient Persian
    Iranian, c. 8th century+ (Iran)
    Persian Garden Style (Iran)
    Classical Style – Hayat
    Formal Style – Meidān (public) or Charbagh (private)
    Casual Style – Park (public) or Bāgh (private)
    Paradise garden
    Ancient Asian
    Indian rock-cut architecture
    Mauryan 321-185 BC (All India)
    Historic temple styles
    Buddhist Temple
    Hindu Temple
    Nagara Style
    Māru-Gurjara architecture 900 to present (Rajasthan and Gujerat)
    Dravida Style 610-?
    Vesara Style (a combination of Nagara and Dravida)
    Chalukyan Temple
    Ancient Chinese wooden architecture
    Harappan 3300-1600 BC
    Classical Antiquity
    The architecture of Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome, derived from the ancient Mediterranean civilisations such as at Knossos on Crete. They developed highly refined systems for proportions and style, using mathematics and geometry.

    Etruscan 700-200 BC
    Classical 600 BC-323 AD
    Ancient Greek 776-265 BC
    Roman 753 BC-663 AD
    Herodian 37-4 BC (Judea)
    Early Christian 100-500
    Byzantine 527 (Sofia)-1520
    Early Middle Ages
    The European Early Middle Ages are generally taken to run from the end of the Roman Empire, around 400 AD, to around 1000 AD. During this period, Christianity made a significant impact on European culture.

    Latin Armenian 4th-16th centuries
    Anglo-Saxon 450s-1066 (England and Wales)
    Bulgarian 681+
    First Bulgarian Empire 681-1018
    Pre-Romanesque c. 700-1000 (Merovingian and Carolingian empires)
    Iberian pre-Romanesque
    Merovingian 5th-8th centuries (France, Germany, Italy and neighbouring locations)
    Visigothic 5th-8th centuries (Spain and Portugal)
    Asturian 711-910 (North Spain, North Portugal)
    Carolingian 780s-9th century (mostly France, Germany)
    Ottonian 950s-1050s (mostly Germany)
    Repoblación 880s-11th century (Spain)
    Medieval Europe
    The dominance of the Church over everyday life was expressed in grand spiritual designs which emphasized piety and sobriety. The Romanesque style was simple and austere. The Gothic style heightened the effect with heavenly spires, pointed arches and religious carvings.[1]

    Late Byzantine architecture before 1520 (see above)
    Kievan Rus’ architecture 988-1237
    Tarnovo Artistic School 12th-14th century (Bulgaria)
    Rashka School 12th-15th centuries (Serbian principalities)
    Morava School (Serbian principalities/Bulgaria)
    Pre-Romanesque (see above)
    First Romanesque 1000-? (France, Italy, Spain)
    (including “Lombard Romanesque” in Italy)
    Romanesque 1000-1300
    Norman 1074-1250 (Normandy, UK, Ireland, Italy, Malta)
    Cistercian monasteries mid-12th century (Europe)
    Associated styles
    Timber frame styles (UK, France, Germany, The Netherlands)
    Architecture of the California missions 1769-1823 (California, US)

    Early English Period c. 1190-c. 1250
    Decorated Period c. 1290-c. 1350
    Perpendicular Period c. 1350-c. 1550
    Rayonnant Gothic 1240-c. 1350 (France, Germany, Central Europe)
    Venetian Gothic 14th-15th centuries (Venice in Italy)
    Spanish Gothic
    Mudéjar Style c. 1200-1700 (Spain, Portugal, Latin America)
    Aragonese Mudéjar c. 1200-1700 (Aragon in Spain)
    Isabelline Gothic 1474-1505 (reign) (Spain)
    Plateresque 1490-1560 (Spain & colonies, bridging Gothic and Renaissance styles)
    Flamboyant Gothic 1400-1500 (Spain, France, Portugal)
    Brick Gothic c. 1350-c. 1400
    Manueline 1495-1521 (Portugal & colonies)
    Asian architecture contemporary with the Dark Ages and medieval Europe
    Shinden-zukuri (Heian Period Japan)
    Song dynasty architecture
    Dravidian and Vesara temple styles (India)
    Badami Chalukya aka “Central Indian temple style” or “Deccan architecture” 450-700
    Rashtrakuta 750-983 (Central and South India)
    Western Chalukya aka Gadag 1050-1200 (Karnataka)
    Hoysala 900-1300 (Karnataka)
    Vijayanagara 1336-1565 (South India)
    Other Indian styles
    Kalinga Architecture (Orissa and N Andhra Pradesh)
    Rekha Deula
    Pidha Deula
    Khakhara Deula
    Hemadpanthi 1200-? (Maharashtra)
    Islamic Architecture 620-1918
    Central Styles (Multi-Regional)
    Prophetic Era – based in Medina (c. 620-630),
    Rashidi Period – based in Medina (c. 630-660),
    Umayyad architecture – based in Damascus (c. 660-750),
    Abbasid architecture – based in Baghdad (c. 750-1256),
    Mamluk architecture – based in Cairo (c. 1256-1517),
    Ottoman architecture – based in Istanbul (c. 1517-1918).
    Regional Styles
    Early Islamic architecture (Rashidi + Umayyad) (641-750),
    Abbasid architecture (750-954),
    Fatimid architecture (954-1170),
    Ayyubid architecture (1174-1250),
    Mamluk architecture (1254-1517),
    Ottoman architecture (1517-1820).
    North Africa (Maghrib)
    The Umayyads (705-750),
    The Abbasid Era (750-909),
    The Fatimids (909-1048),
    The Amazigh Dynasties (1048-1550)
    Zirids 1048-1148 (Middle Maghreb),
    Almoravids 1040-1147 (Far Maghreb),
    Almohads 1121-1269 (Far Maghreb),
    Hafsids 1229-1574 (Near and Middle Maghreb),
    Marinids 1244-1465 (Middle and Far Maghreb),
    Zayyanids 1235-1550 (Middle Maghreb),
    Ottoman Rule 1550-1830 (Near and Middle Maghreb),
    Local Dynasties 1549-present (Far Maghreb).
    Islamic Spain
    Umayyad architecture (756-1031),
    Taifa Kingdoms-1 (1031-1090),
    Almoravid architecture (1090-1147),
    Taifa Kingdoms-2 (1140-1203),
    Almohad architecture (1147–1238),
    Taifa Kingdoms-3 (1232-1492)
    [Granada architecture (1287-1492)].
    Persia and Central Asia
    Khurasani architecture (Late 7th-10th century),
    Razi Style (10th-13th century):
    Samanid Period (10th c.)
    Ghaznawid Period (11th c.)
    Saljuk Period (11th-12th c.)
    Mongol Period (13th c.)],
    Timurid Style (14th-16th c.),
    Isfahani Style (17th-19th c.).
    The Umayyads (712),
    The Sultanate Era (1193-1555):
    Mamluks of the Ghurids 1193-1290 (Delhi)
    Khaji Dynasti 1290-1320 (Delhi)
    Teghluqid Dynasti 1320-1414 (Delhi)
    Bahmanid Sultanate 1347-1527 (Gulbarga)
    Sharqi Sultans 1394-1479 (Juanpur)
    Gugerat Sultanate 1391-1583 (Ahmadabad)
    Lodi & Suri Dynasties 1451-1555 (Delhi)]
    Mughal architecture (1526-1707).
    Seljuk architecture (1071-1299),
    Ottoman architecture (1299-1922).
    American architecture contemporary with the Dark and Middle Ages
    Maya architecture
    Aztec (ca. 14th century-1521)
    The Renaissance and its successors
    1425-1660. The Renaissance began in Italy and spread through Europe, rebelling against the all-powerful Church, by placing Man at the centre of his world instead of God.[2] The Gothic spires and pointed arches were replaced by classical domes and rounded arches, with comfortable spaces and entertaining details, in a celebration of humanity. The Baroque style was a florid development of this 200 years later, largely by the Catholic Church to restate its religious values.[3]

    Renaissance c. 1425-1600 (Europe, American colonies)
    Central European Renaissance
    Polish Renaissance
    French Renaissance
    Eastern European Renaissance
    Palladian 1516-1580 (Venezia, Italy; revived in UK)
    Mannerism 1520-1600
    Polish Mannerism 1550-1650
    Eastern Orthodox Church 1400?+ (Southeast and Eastern Europe)
    Henry II 1530-1590
    Louis XIII 1601-1643
    United Kingdom
    Tudor 1485–1603
    Elizabethan 1480-1620?
    Jacobean 1580-1660
    Spain and Portugal
    Spanish Renaissance
    Herrerian 1550-1650 (Spain & colonies)
    Plateresque continued from Spanish Gothic -1560 (Spain & colonies, Low Countries)
    Portuguese Renaissance
    Portuguese Plain style 1580-1640 (Portugal & colonies)
    Portuguese Colonial c. 1480-1820 (Brazil, India, Macao)
    Spanish Colonial 1520s-c. 1820s (New World, East Indies, other colonies)
    Dutch Colonial 1615-1674 (Treaty of Westminster) (New England)
    Chilotan 1600+ (Chiloé and southern Chile)
    First Period 1625-1725 pre-American vernacular
    French Colonial
    Colonial Georgian architecture
    1600-1800, up to 1900

    Andean Baroque, 1680-1780 (Viceroyalty of Peru)
    Baroque c. 1600-1750 (Europe, the Americas)
    English Baroque 1666 (Great Fire)-1713 (Treaty of Utrecht)
    Spanish Baroque c. 1600-1760
    Churrigueresque, 1660s-1750s (Spain & New World), revival 1915+ (southwest US, Hawaii)
    Earthquake Baroque, 17th-18th centuries (Philippines)
    Maltese Baroque c. 1635-1798
    New Spanish Baroque, mid-17th-early-18th centuries (New Spain)
    French Baroque c. 1650-1789
    Dutch Baroque c. 1650-1700
    Sicilian Baroque 1693 earthquake-c. 1745
    Portuguese Joanine baroque c. 1700-1750
    Russian Baroque (c. 1680-1750)
    Naryshkin Baroque c. 1690-1720 (Moscow, Russian Empire)
    Ukrainian Baroque late 17th-18th centuries (Kiev, Russian Empire)
    Petrine Baroque c. 1700-1745 (St.Petersburg, Russian Empire)
    Elizabethian Baroque 1736-1762 (Russian Empire)
    Rococo c. 1720-1789 (France, Germany, Italy, Russia, Spain)
    Asian architecture contemporary with Renaissance and post-Renaissance Europe
    Shoin-zukuri (1560s-1860s)
    Sukiya-zukuri (1530s-present)
    Minka (Japanese commoner or folk architecture)
    Gassho-zukuri (Edo period and later)
    Honmune-zukuri (Edo period and later)
    Imperial Crown Style (1919-1945)
    Giyōfū architecture (1800s)
    Mughal 1540-? (India, Pakistan, Bangladesh)
    Mughal Garden Style
    Sharqi aka Janpur Style
    1720-1837 and onward. A time often depicted as a rural idyll by the great painters, but in fact was a hive of early industrial activity, with small kilns and workshops springing up wherever materials could be mined or manufactured. After the Renaissance, neoclassical forms were developed and refined into new styles for public buildings and the gentry.

    New Cooperism

    Neoclassical c. 1715-1820
    Beaux-Arts 1670+ (France) and 1880 (US)
    Georgian 1720-1840s (UK, US)
    Jamaican Georgian architecture c. 1750-c. 1850 (Jamaica)
    American Colonial 1720-1780s (US)
    Pombaline style 1755-c. 1860 (Lisbon in Portugal)
    Adam style 1760-1795 (England, Scotland, Russia, US)
    Federal 1780-1830 (US)
    Empire 1804-1830, revival 1870 (Europe, US)
    Regency 1811-1830 (UK)
    Antebellum 1812-1861 (Southern United States)
    Palazzo Style 1814-1930? (Europe, Australia, US)
    Jeffersonian 1790s-1830s (Virginia in US)
    American Empire 1810
    Greek Revival architecture
    Rundbogenstil 1835-1900 (Germany)
    Neo-Grec 1845-65 (UK, US, France)
    Nordic Classicism 1910-30 (Norway, Sweden, Denmark & Finland)
    Polish Neoclassicism (Poland)
    New Classical architecture 20th/21st century (global)
    Temple 1832+ (global)
    Revivalism and Orientalism
    Late 19th and early 20th centuries. The Victorian Era was a time of giant leaps forward in technology and society, such as iron bridges, aqueducts, sewer systems, roads, canals, trains, and factories. As engineers, inventors, and businessmen they reshaped much of the British Empire, including the UK, India, Australia, South Africa, and Canada, and influenced Europe and the United States. Architecturally, they were revivalists who modified old styles to suit new purposes.

    Resort architecture (Germany)
    Victorian 1837-1901 (UK)
    See also San Francisco architecture
    Edwardian 1901-1910 (UK)
    Revivals started before the Victorian Era
    Romanian Revival late 17th and early 18th centuries
    Gothic Revival 1740s+ (UK, US, Europe)
    Scots Baronial (UK)
    Italianate 1802-1890 (UK, Europe, US)
    Egyptian Revival 1809-1820s, 1840s, 1920s (Europe, US)
    Biedermeier 1815-1848 (Central Europe)
    Russian Revival 1826-1917 (Russian Empire, Germany, Middle Asia)
    Russo-Byzantine style 1861-1917 (Russian Empire, Balkans)
    Russian neoclassical revival 1900-1920 (Russian Empire)
    Victorian revivals
    Renaissance Revival 1840-90 (UK)
    Timber frame revivals in various styles (Europe)
    Black-and-white Revival 1811+ (UK especially Chester)
    Jacobethan 1830-70 (UK)
    Tudorbethan aka Mock Tudor 1835-1885+ (UK)
    Baroque Revival aka Neo-Baroque 1840?-
    Bristol Byzantine 1850-1880
    Edwardian Baroque 1901-1922 (UK & British Empire)
    Second Empire 1855-1880 (France, UK, US, Canada, Australia)
    Napoleon III style 1852-1870 (Paris, France)
    Queen Anne Style 1870-1910s (UK, US)
    Neo-Mudéjar 1880s-1920s (Spain, Portugal, Bosnia, California)
    Moorish Revival (US, Europe)
    Egyptian Revival 1920s (Europe, US; see above)
    Mayan Revival 1920-1930s (US)
    Indo-Saracenic Revival aka Hindu Style, Indo-Gothic, Mughal-Gothic, Neo-Mughal, Hindu-Gothic late 19th century (British India, aka The Raj)
    Revivals in North America
    Romanesque Revival 1840-1930s (US)
    Gothic Revival (see above)
    Carpenter Gothic 1870+ (US)
    High Victorian Gothic (English-speaking world)
    Collegiate Gothic, 1910-1960 (US)
    Stick Style 1860-1890+ (US)
    Queen Anne Style architecture (United States) 1880-1910s (US)
    Eastlake Style 1879-1905 (US)
    Richardsonian Romanesque 1880s-1905 (US)
    Shingle Style 1879-1905
    Neo-Byzantine 1882-1920s (US)
    Renaissance Revival
    American Renaissance
    Châteauesque 1887-1930s (Canada, US, Hungary)
    Canadian Chateau 1880s-1920s (Canada)
    Mediterranean Revival 1890s+ (US, Latin America, Europe)
    Mission Revival 1894-1936; (California, southwest US)
    Pueblo Revival 1898-1930+ (southwest US)
    Colonial Revival 1890s+
    Dutch Colonial Revival c. 1900 (New England)
    Spanish Colonial Revival 1915+ (California, Hawaii, Florida, southwest US)
    Beaux-Arts Revival 1880+ (US, Canada), 1920+ (Australia)
    City Beautiful 1890-20th century (US)
    Territorial Revival architecture 1930+
    Other late 19th century styles
    Australian styles
    Queenslander 1840s-1960s (Australian)
    Federation 1890-1920 (Australian)
    Neo-Manueline 1840s-1910s (Portugal, Brazil)
    Dragestil 1880s-1910s (Norway)
    Neo-Plateresque and Monterrey Style 19th-early 20th centuries (Spain, Mexico)
    Rural styles
    Swiss chalet style 1840s-1920s+ (Scandinavia, Germany, later global)
    Adirondack 1850s (New York, US)
    National Park Service rustic aka Parkitecture 1903+ (US)
    Western false front (Western United States)
    Reactions to the Industrial Revolution
    Industrial, 1760-present (worldwide)
    Arts and Crafts in Europe
    Arts and Crafts 1880-1910 (UK)
    Art Nouveau aka Jugendstil 1885-1910
    Modernisme 1888-1911 (Catalan Art Nouveau)
    Glasgow Style 1890-1910 (Glasgow, Scotland)
    Vienna Secession 1897-1905 (Austrian Art Nouveau)
    National Romantic style 1900-1923? (Norway, Sweden, Denmark & Finland)
    Arts and Crafts in the US
    American Craftsman, aka American Arts and Crafts 1890s–1930 (US)
    Prairie Style 1900–1917 (US)
    American Foursquare mid-1890s – late 1930s (US)
    California Bungalow 1910-1939 (US, Australia, then global)
    Modernism and other styles contemporary with modernism
    1880 onwards. The Industrial Revolution had brought steel, plate glass, and mass-produced components. These enabled a brave new world of bold structural frames, with clean lines and plain or shiny surfaces. In the early stages, a popular motto was “decoration is a crime”. In the Eastern Bloc the Communists rejected the Western Bloc’s ‘decadent’ ways, and modernism developed in a markedly more bureaucratic, sombre, and monumental fashion.

    Parametricism 2008+
    Russian avant-garde 1890-1930 (Russian Empire/Soviet Union)
    Chicago School 1880-1920, 1940s-1960s (US)
    Functionalism c. 1900-1930s (Europe, US)
    Futurism 1909 (Europe)
    Expressionism 1910-c. 1924
    Amsterdam School 1912-1924 (Netherlands)
    Organic architecture
    New Objectivity 1920-1939 (Italy, Germany, Holland, Budapest)
    Rationalism 1920s-1930s (Italy)
    Bauhaus 1919-1930+ (Germany, Northern Europe)
    De Stijl 1920s (Holland, Europe)
    Moderne 1925+ (US, global)
    Art Deco 1925-1940s (global)
    List of Art Deco architecture
    Streamline Moderne 1930-1937
    Modernism 1927-1960s
    International Style 1930+ (Europe, US)
    Usonian 1936-1940s (US)
    Modernism under communism
    Constructivism 1925-1932 (USSR)
    Postconstructivism 1932-1941 (USSR)
    Stalinist 1933-1955 (USSR)
    Fascist architecture
    Nazi 1933-1944 (Germany)
    Post-Second World War

    Modernism (continued)
    International Style (continued)
    New towns 1946-1968+ (UK, global)
    Mid-century modern 1950s (California, etc.)
    Googie 1950s (US)
    Brutalism 1950s-1970s
    Structuralism 1950s-1970s
    Megastructures 1960s
    Metabolist 1959 (Japan)
    Danish Functionalism 1960s (Denmark)
    Structural Expressionism aka Hi-Tech 1980s+
    Other 20th century styles
    Ponce Creole 1895-1920 (Ponce in Puerto Rico)
    Heliopolis style 1905-c. 1935 (Egypt)
    Mar del Plata style 1935-1950 (Mar del Plata in Argentina)
    Minimal Traditional 1930s-1940s (US)
    Soft Portuguese 1940-1955 (Portugal & colonies)
    Ranch-style 1940s-1970s (US)
    Jengki style (Indonesia)
    Postmodernism and early 21st century styles
    Postmodernism 1945+ (US, UK)
    Shed Style
    Arcology 1970s+ (Europe)
    Deconstructivism 1982+ (Europe, US, Far East)
    Critical regionalism 1983+
    Blobitecture 2003+
    High-tech 1970s+
    Hostile 2008+ (global)
    Interactive architecture 2000+
    Sustainable architecture 2000+
    Earthship 1980+ (Started in US, now global)
    Green building 2000+
    Natural building 2000+
    Neo-futurism late 1960s-early 21st century
    New Classical Architecture 1980+
    The Berlin Style 1990s+
    Fortified styles
    Fortification 6800 BC+
    Ringfort 800 BC-400 AD
    Dzong 17th century+
    Star fort 1530-1800?
    Polygonal fort 1850?-
    Vernacular styles
    This list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it.
    Vernacular architecture
    Generic methods
    Natural building
    Ice – Igloo, quinzhee
    Earth – Cob house, sod house, adobe, mudbrick house, rammed earth
    Timber – Log cabin, log house, Carpenter Gothic, roundhouse, stilt house
    Nomadic structures – Yaranga, bender tent
    Temporary structures – Quonset hut, Nissen hut, prefabricated home
    Underground – Underground living, rock-cut architecture, monolithic church, pit-house
    Modern low-energy systems – Straw-bale construction, earthbag construction, rice-hull bagwall construction, earthship, earth house
    Various styles – Longhouse
    Hut dwelling designs and semi-permanent human shelters
    European Arctic (North Norway and Sweden, Finland, North Russia) – Sami lavvu, Sami goahti
    Northwest Europe (Norway, Sweden, Fresia, Jutland, Denmark, North Poland, UK, Iceland) – Norse architecture, heathen hofs, Viking ring fortress, fogou, souterrain, Grubenhaus (also known as Grubhouse or Grubhut)
    Central and Eastern Europe – Burdei, zemlyanka
    Bulgaria – Rock-hewn Churches of Ivanovo
    Germany – Black Forest house, Swiss chalet style, Gulf house (aka East Frisian house), Geestharden house (aka Cimbrian house, Schleswig house), Haubarg, Low German house (aka Low Saxon house), Middle German house, Reed house, Seaside resort house, Ständerhaus, Uthland-Frisian house
    Holland – Frisian farmhouse, Old Frisian longhouse, Bildts farmhouse
    Iceland – Turf houses
    Italy – Trullo
    Lithuania – Polish-Lithuanian wooden synagogues
    Norway – Architecture of Norway: Post church, Palisade church, Stave church, Norwegian Turf house, Vernacular architecture in Norway, Rorbu, Dragestil, also National Romantic style, Swiss chalet style and Nordic Classicism buildings
    Poland – Zakopane, Polish-Lithuanian wooden synagogues, wooden churches of Southern Lesser Poland, Upper Lusatian house
    Romania – Carpathian vernacular, wooden churches of Maramureș, Chirpici
    Scotland – Medieval turf building in Cronberry, blackhouses
    Slovakia – Wooden churches of the Slovak Carpathians
    Spain – Asturian teito, Asturian hórreo, Gallician palloza
    Ukraine – Wooden churches
    United Kingdom – Dartmoor longhouse, Neolithic long house, palisade church, mid-20th-century system-built houses
    Scotland – Broch, Atlantic roundhouse, crannog, dun
    European farmhouse types
    North American
    Shotgun house (US)
    Florida Cracker c. 1800+ (Florida, US)
    Tidewater (US)
    Sibley tent (US)
    Sod house (US)
    Cape Cod (New England, US)
    Saltbox (New England, US)
    Farmhouse (US)
    Brownstone (US)
    Native American
    Navajo hogan
    Pacific northwest plank house
    Plains nations tipi and earth lodge
    Northeast nations wetu
    Pueblo kiva
    Colombian plateau nations quiggly hole
    Southwest nations jacal
    Southwestern cliff dwellings
    Seminole chickee
    Sweat lodge, temazcal
    Amerindian longhouses
    South American
    Argentina – Mar del Plata style
    Chile – Chilotan architecture
    Venezuela and Chile – Palafito
    Central and South African countries – Rondavel
    Shanxi architecture
    Hokkien architecture
    Cantonese architecture
    Hui-style architecture
    Hakka architecture
    Architecture of Jiangxi
    Vernacular residential architecture of Western Sichuan
    Pang uk (Architecture of Hong Kong)
    India – Rock-cut, Toda hut
    Indonesia – Uma longhouse, attap dwelling
    Iran, Turkey – Caravanserai
    Iran – Yakhchal
    Israel – Rock-cut tombs
    Japan – Minka
    Mongolia – Yurt
    Papua New Guinea – Papua New Guinea stilt house
    Philippines – Nipa hut
    Russia – Siberian chum
    Thailand – Thai stilt house
    Australia, New Zealand – slab hut
    Australia – Aborigine humpy
    Alphabetical listing
    Adam style 1770 England
    Adirondack Architecture 1850s New York, US
    Anglo-Saxon architecture 450s-1066 England and Wales
    American colonial architecture 1720-1780s US
    American Craftsman 1890s-1930 US, California & east
    American Empire 1810
    American Foursquare mid. 1890s-late 1930s US
    Amsterdam School 1912-1924 Netherlands
    Ancient Egyptian architecture 3000 BC-373 AD
    Ancient Greek architecture 776 BC-265 BC
    Arcology 1970s AD-present
    Art Deco 1925-1940s Europe & US
    Art Nouveau c. 1885-1910
    1880s-1920s; UK, California, US
    Australian architectural styles
    Baroque architecture
    Berlin style 1990s+
    Biedermeier 1815-1848
    Blobitecture 2003-present
    Brick Gothic c. 1350-c. 15th century
    Bristol Byzantine 1850-1880
    Brutalist architecture 1950s-1970s
    Buddhist architecture 1st century BC
    Byzantine architecture 527 AD (Sofia)-1520
    Cape Cod 17th century
    Carolingian architecture 780s-9th century; France and Germany
    Carpenter Gothic US and Canada 1840s on
    Chicago school 1880s and 1890 US
    Chilotan architecture 1600-present Chiloé and southern Chile
    Churrigueresque, 1660s-1750s; Spain and the New World
    City Beautiful movement 1890-20th century US
    Classical architecture 600 BC-323 AD
    Colonial Revival architecture
    Constructivist architecture
    Danish Functionalism 1960s AD Denmark
    Deconstructivism 1982-present
    Decorated Period c. 1290-c. 1350
    Dragestil 1880s-1910s, Norway
    Dutch Colonial 1615-1674 (Treaty of Westminster) New England
    Dutch Colonial Revival c. 1900 New England
    Early English Period c. 1190-c. 1250
    Eastlake Style 1879-1905 New England
    Egyptian Revival architecture 1809-1820s, 1840s, 1920s
    Elizabethan architecture (b.1533-d.1603)
    Empire 1804-1814, 1870 revival
    English Baroque 1666 (Great Fire)-1713 (Treaty of Utrecht)
    Expressionist architecture 1910-c. 1924
    Federal architecture 1780-1830 US
    Federation architecture 1890-1915 Australia
    Florida cracker architecture c. 1800-present Florida, US
    Florida modern 1950s or Tropical Modern
    Functionalism c. 1900-1930s Europe & US
    Futurist architecture 1909 Europe
    Georgian architecture 1720-1840s UK & US
    Googie architecture 1950s America
    Gothic Architecture History
    Gothic architecture
    Gothic Revival architecture 1760s-1840s
    Greek Revival architecture
    Green building 2000-present
    Heliopolis style 1905-c. 1935 Egypt
    Indian architecture India
    Interactive architecture 2000-present
    International style 1930-present
    Isabelline Gothic 1474-1505 (reign) Spain
    Islamic Architecture 691-present
    Italianate architecture 1802
    Jacobean architecture 1580-1660
    Jacobethan 1838
    Jeffersonian architecture 1790s-1830s Virginia, US
    Jengki style 1950s Indonesia
    Jugendstil c. 1885-1910 German term for Art Nouveau
    Manueline 1495-1521 (reign) Portugal & colonies
    Mediterranean Revival Style 1890s-present; US, Latin America, Europe
    Memphis Group 1981-1988
    Merovingian architecture 5th-8th centuries; France and Germany
    Metabolist Movement 1959 Japan
    Mid-century modern 1950s-60s California, US, Latin America
    Mission Revival Style architecture 1894-1936; California, US
    Modern movement 1927-1960s
    Modernisme 1888-1911 Catalan Art Nouveau
    National Park Service Rustic 1872-present US
    Natural building 2000-
    Nazi architecture 1933-1944 Germany
    Neo-Byzantine architecture 1882-1920s American
    Neoclassical architecture
    Neo-Grec 1848-1865
    Neo-gothic architecture
    Neolithic architecture 10,000-3000 BC
    Neo-Manueline 1840s-1910s AD Portugal & Brazil
    New towns 1946-1968 United Kingdom
    Norman architecture 1074-1250
    Organic Architecture
    Ottonian architecture 950s-1050s Germany
    Palladian architecture 1616-1680 (Jones)
    Perpendicular Period c. 1350-c. 1550
    Ponce Creole 1895-1920 Ponce, Puerto Rico
    Pombaline style 1755 earthquake-c. 1860 Portugal
    Postmodern architecture 1980s
    Polish Cathedral Style 1870-1930
    Polite architecture
    Prairie Style 1900-1917 US
    Pueblo style 1898-1990s
    Queen Anne Style architecture 1870-1910s UK & US
    Queenslander 1840s-1960s
    Ranch-style 1940s-1970s US
    Repoblación architecture 880s-11th century; Spain
    Regency architecture
    Richardsonian Romanesque 1880s US
    Roman architecture 753 BC-663 AD
    Romanesque architecture 1050-1100
    Romanesque Revival architecture 1840-1900 US
    Russian architecture 989-18th century
    Russian Revival 1826-1917, 1990s-present
    San Francisco architecture
    Second Empire 1865-1880
    Shingle Style 1879-1905 New England
    Sicilian Baroque 1693 earthquake-c. 1745
    Southern plantation architecture
    Spanish Colonial Revival style 1915-present; California, Hawaii, Florida, Southwest US
    Spanish Colonial style 1520s-c. 1820s; New World, East Indies, other colonies
    c. 1900–present; California, Florida, US, Latin America, Spain.
    Stalinist architecture 1933-1955 USSR
    Storybook 1920s
    Structural Expressionism 1980s-present
    Swiss chalet style 1840s-1920s, Scandinavia and Germany
    Stick Style 1860-1890s
    Sustainable architecture 2000-present
    Soft Portuguese style 1940-1955 Portugal & colonies
    Streamline Moderne 1930-1937
    Structuralism 1950-1975
    Sumerian architecture 5300-2000 BC
    Tidewater architecture 19th century
    Tudor architecture 1485-1603
    Tudorbethan architecture 1835-1885
    Ukrainian Baroque late 1600-19th century
    Usonian 1936-1940s US
    Victorian architecture 1837-1901 UK
    Vienna Secession 1897-c. 1905 Austrian Art Nouveau


    You sir, are a good person.

    I do believe that there could be lots of different and cultural aesthetics both Interior and Exterior, so thanks for this huge list as well.


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