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>> No. 5612 Anonymous
13th January 2022
Thursday 9:57 am
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Does anyone know anything about this sort of architectural style? Specifically the red brick with the beige (sandstone?) flourishes. Sometimes it even has domes, on the fancier buildings.
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>> No. 5613 Anonymous
13th January 2022
Thursday 10:01 am
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The Royal Albert Hall might be an example, maybe. It's a bit more faux-Greco than I was thinking.
>> No. 5614 Anonymous
13th January 2022
Thursday 11:31 am
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Brick Romanesque or Brick Renaissance. It's mainly found around the Baltic Sea, but it crops up wherever the local geology favours clay over stone.
>> No. 5615 Anonymous
13th January 2022
Thursday 1:34 pm
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>>5614

My guess was going to be Brick Gothic, but I guess the differences are marginal.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brick_Gothic
>> No. 5616 Anonymous
13th January 2022
Thursday 2:34 pm
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I don't think it's any of these because I'm thinking of stuff that's mostly used on older but still functional public buildings in this country; fire stations, libraries, town halls. They were all built around 1900. But yeah
>the differences are marginal.
>> No. 5617 Anonymous
13th January 2022
Thursday 3:19 pm
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Reminds me a bit of Whitchurch asylum in Cardiff, built 1908, now abandoned (and quite interesting to have a look around -
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