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Gothic revival architecture

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Gothic revival architecture. Get inspired and try out new things.
Church Road, Upper Norwood, London, England, 1875 Masonry Queen Anne Victorian plans by architect Sextus Dyball, built by Mr. Charles Wright for Mr. James Franks. The home was constructed of dark "Stock Bricks" with details in red and blue brick, a tile roof and stained and varnished wood interiors

Architect: Sextus Dyball From The Architect, November 13, 1875:This cottage residence has been recently erected upon a site in Church Road, Upper Norwood, for Mr. James Franks. The accommodation was especially arranged to suit the requirements of the owner. The brickwork is executed in dark-coloured stock bricks, relieved with bands and arches of blue and

This week I’m finishing up work on an aumbry for a future issue of Popular Woodworking Magazine. More than anything, this project has been about exploring Gothic geometry. But as with any project, I always have a lot of detours and dead ends. The pierced carvings on the front of the aumbry are fairly simple, yet I was afraid they would be off-putting for some beginning woodworkers. So I started …

This week I’m finishing up work on an aumbry for a future issue of Popular Woodworking Magazine. More than anything, this project has been about exploring Gothic geometry. But as with any project…

elements of a gothic revival house

THE PLATONIC SOLIDS Cube with magic ribbons M.C. Escher A Platonic Solid is a three dimensional shape where each face is the same regular polygon and the same number of polygons meet at each corner For example a cube is a Platonic Solid because each side is made of an identical square and three squares meet at each corner. The five platonic solids are: Tetrahedron Click here for a printable pattern to build your own tetrahedron Cube Click here for a printable pattern to build your own cube…