Greek revival building


Greek architectural rejuvenation refers to a popular building-style change movement in the early 19th century to the early 19th century, in order to imitate the ancient Greek architecture characteristics . It is one of the products of the Greek movement, and it can also be regarded as the last stage of the development of new classic architecture. One condition that promotes its development is that the progress of the archeology is rich in people's understanding of ancient Greek architectural style. The term was first proposed by Charles Robert Kirk Germ in 1842 in a speech by the British Royal Art Research Institute.

Greek revival building

accompanied by some new findings that help to understand Greek culture, the archaeologists and architectures of the time studied the multi-gram column and Ioni column building standards. According to the retro-style building built according to their research results in Russia, Poland, Lithuania, Finland (especially in the center of Helsinki, the city), etc. However, in some specific countries, this style of performance is not exactly the same. Architects in each country have their own understanding of the Greek architectural style. It can be said that the Greek architecture is a different country, and there will be some different localization elements. In Germany and the United States, this type of localization is particularly obvious, and it is considered to be in connection with religion or aristocratic culture from art concept.

New classic architecture

New classic architecture is a building style, produced by new classical movements starting in the middle of the 18th century, The reaction to the Rococoin style is decorated and the by-products of some of the subsequent biological features in the later Baroque. Its pure form is mainly derived from the ancient Greek architecture and Italy Paladi-style architecture.

Dual Ke column

Dual Ke column , also known Doria column , is classical architecture The earliest of the three columns (7th century BC) (the other 2 column is an Ai'i pillar and Collins column), which are from ancient Greece. It is characterized by a big and magnificent, there is no cylindrical, and the column has 20 grooves, the stretches are not decorated, and the Dick column is also called a male column. The earliest height and diameter ratio is 6: 1, and then changed to 7: 1. The famous Parthenon, the famous Athen Acropolis, is a Dual Ke column.


Ioni-column-type (Greek: ωνις ρυθ μςς, English: ionic order) is from ancient Greece, is Greece One of the three columns of classical buildings (the other two are Du Ke column and Collins) feature a more delicate and beautiful, called female column, with 24 grooves, and the stretches have a pair of downwards Vortex decoration. Because of its elegant and noble temperament, the Elegant and noble temperament has emerged in a large number of buildings in Ancient Greece, such as the Victory Goddess of Athens Acropolis and the Temple of Russian Temple.

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