Architectural style: baroque
Baroque architecture (L. Bernini, F. Borromini in Italy, BF Rastrelli in Russia) is characterized by spatial scope, cohesion, turnover of complex, usually curvilinear, forms. Often there are deployed large-scale colonnades,…

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Industrial style: interiors with an industrial touch
The United States is considered the homeland of the direction, but opinions diverge regarding the time of its appearance. Some believe that industrial was formed in the 90s of the…

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African style interior - hot savanna in your home
Bizarreness, eccentricity, contrast - this is what distinguishes any ethno-style. One of the most popular and eccentric design solutions for today is the interior in the African style, which combines…

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Architectural style: classicism and neo-classicism
Classicism (fr. Classicisme, from the Latin. Classicus - exemplary) - artistic style and aesthetic direction in European art of the XVII-XIX centuries. At the heart of classicism lie the ideas…

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Eclectic in the interior
History of Eclecticism flourished in the years 1830-1890. Innovators were European architects who, in search of inspiration, began to mix parts from various classical movements. They tried to create something…

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Architectural style: Romanesque
Romanesque style (from lat. Romanus - Roman) was developed in Western European art of the 10th-12th centuries. He most fully expressed in architecture. The Romanesque, artistic style that prevailed in…

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Modern classics in the interior
Theorists and practitioners of neoclassicism are considered to be English, French and German architects from the 18th and 19th centuries. In particular, Scot Robert Adam, who developed a lightweight and…

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