Posted by Brien Allete on Monday, 14 October, 2019 21:16:52
The Gothic style was very popular in the 12th century but also during the Victorian age. It's a style characterized by mysticism and by sophistication. Gothic interior decors usually feature rich colors such as deep red or purple and the rooms feature low intensity ambient lighting. View in
Gothic Office. This luxurious private office is in an 1870s historic gothic revival building in downtown Portland. In order to keep the office open-feeling we fulfilled the client's requirement of two private offices by creating two glass cubes that align with the existing elevator shaft.
Gothic architecture in Germany and the kingdoms of the Holy Roman Empire generally followed the French formula, but the towers were much taller and, if completed, were often surmounted by enormous openwork spires. The distinctive character of the interior of German Gothic cathedrals is their breadth and openness.
The gothic interior design offers an elegant, mysterious and slightly mystical atmosphere. The gothic interior design began to develop in the 1700s in Europe and became one of the styles of interior design and architecture that was very popular and favored by many people at that time. No exception in America in the 1800s.
The origins of classic Gothic interior design date back to the Middle Ages when architectural styles were dominated by ecclesiastical influences, especially Christian cathedrals. This important design movement has resurfaced over the years in several forms such as during the Victorian era and during the end of the last century with the Goth subculture.
Gothic interior design is a marvelous example of classic medieval style. The stately castles and manors of the age also typify the regal influences of Middle Age décor. The distinctive Tudor homes rounded out the final years of medieval era architecture.