Mediterranean Revival (1890-1940)

National Register #76000479: Colusa Union High School in Colusa, California Union High School in Colusa
Built 1926
Photographed 19 February 2011
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The Mediterranean Revival style was especially popular in coastal California and Florida. Inspired by European palaces and seaside villas, the style incorporated elements of Spanish Renaissance, Spanish Colonial, Beaux-Arts, Italian Renaissance, and Venetian Gothic architecture.

Characteristics of the Mediterranean Revival style are:

  • rectangular floor plan
  • massive, symmetrical façade
  • stuccoed walls
  • red tile roofs
  • windows in the shape of arches or circles
  • one or two stories
  • wood or wrought iron balconies with window grilles
  • articulated door surrounds
  • simple or dramatic ornamentation
  • lush landscaping

 

Name Year Address City Sort Address Sort Name
Colusa Union High School1926745 10th Street Colusa Street 10 0745Colusa Union High School
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Hayes Mansion1904200 Edenvale AvenueSan JoseEdenvale 0200Hayes Mansion
Immaculate Conception Church1932528 Pyramid WaySparks, NVPyramid 0590Immaculate Conception Church
Phi Delta Theta Chapter House 19142717 Hearst AvenueBerkeleyHearst 2717Phi Delta Theta Chapter House
Pine Street School19221135 Pine StreetReddingPine 1135Pine Street School
Shriners' Hospital 19221601 19th AvenueSan Francisco Avenue 19 1601Shriners' Hospital
Southern Pacific Depot19255th and I StreetsSacramento Street 05Southern Pacific Depot
Twining Laboratories19302527 Fresno StreetFresnoFresno 2527Twining Laboratories
Washoe County Library-Sparks Branch1931814 Victorian AvenueSparks, NVVictoria 0814Washoe County Library-Sparks Branch

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