1900s Architecture

The architecture of the 1900s was characterized by a diverse range of styles and movements that reflected the political, economic, and social changes of the time. These styles were used to create a wide range of structures, including public buildings, private homes, and commercial structures. The architecture of the 1900s continues to be studied and celebrated for its creativity, innovation, and historical significance.

Arts and Crafts Movement | Art Nouveau | Beaux-Arts | Prairie School | Neoclassicism