Edwardian Baroque

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Edwardian Baroque Architecture
... The term Edwardian Baroque refers to the Neo-Baroque architectural style of many public buildings built in the British Empire during the Edwardian era (1901–1910) ... The characteristic features of the Edwardian Baroque style were drawn from two main sources the architecture of France in the 18th century and that of Sir Christopher Wren in England in the 17th ... Some of the architecture that borrowed more heavily from the English Baroque architects was known by the term Wrenaissance ...
Architecture Of Manchester - Post-Industrial Revolution - Commerce
... Warehouses were built into the 20th century, many in the highly decorated Edwardian Baroque style leaving the city with a legacy of some of the finest ... designed in 1902 by Charles Heathcote in the Edwardian Baroque with Art Nouveau motifs in its ironwork ... Heathcote also designed the Baroque Lloyds Bank in 1915 on King Street in the heart of the city's banking district ...

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