Gothic architecture

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a style of architecture developed in northern France that spread throughout Europe between the 12th and 16th centuries

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Doors lead off to the various reception rooms and there is another door to the cellar The drawing room has gothic style windows with superb views across the surrounding gardens and countryside beyond.
Designing and building successfully in the Collegiate Gothic style requires a focus on planning for community by involving a community of university leadership, project team members, and skilled laborers; this fact relates nicely to the function of Stokes Hall in the service of the study of the humanities.
STYLISH PAD: The apartment in Grey Towers Hall, pictured far left, offers modern living mixed with gothic style.
HOUSE Beautiful Style Editor, Charlotte Boyd says: "Using purple in a decorating scheme doesn't have to mean creating a dark, gothic style look - quite the opposite in fact.
The hall was built in 1837 by architect John Dobson as a grand family home in Tudor Gothic style.
Built of stone in a Tudor Gothic style, the mansion stands in 40 acres of grounds and features a clock town which is Grade II* listed.
Charles was successful in business and lusty enough, producing eight children who lived in the family home Riverslea, a large house built in the Regency Gothic style in Mossley Hill.
The singer is infamous for his dark, gothic style and his music has been blamed for fuelling teenage obsessions with Satanism and the occult.
THE STORY: A Gothic style tale of the sons of a widowed farmer in the poverty-stricken American South and their battles with a villainous uncle who tears apart the family and tries to steal their inheritance.
For stand-out features, this property offers stone and granite elevations under a slate roof as well as gothic style windows to the gable walls which frame views over the picturesque surrounding countryside.
A majestic Victorian Country House built in an impressive Gothic style near Sherwood Forest, Nottingham and Lincoln.
Sinton Court exudes a special period provenance with its many elegantly designed chimneys and imposing Gothic style mellow brick facades, whiles also offering excellent equestrian facilities.
Storybook cottages; America's Carpenter Gothic style.
We see this CD-videogame as an extension of the movie, with the same gothic style and hot alternative rock soundtrack," adds Miles Mogulescu, executive VP and COO of Content, Inc.
There are even pictures of soaring ribbed piers and vaults in Gothic cathedrals, reminding us that of course the origins of the Gothic style must have derived from bamboo and willow construction.