Baroque Revival


The Baroque Revival grew out of the National Romanticism’s interest in authentic, regional materials combined with stylistic traits taken from the Baroque style.

The architecture of the Baroque Revival diverges from the Baroque style by being less focused on symmetry, and by emphasizing the rendered masonry in building facades. Buildings of the time are often designed with baroque features, such as mansard roofs, curved dormer windows, and pompous entrances.

Baroque Revival windows copy the Baroque style with its symmetrical windows featuring transoms and mullions placed centrally.