Bristol Byzantine

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Bristol, General Hospital

In the 1850s Bristol developed a specific style of architecture applied mainly to industrial buildings such as warehousing and factories.

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Bristol, Wait and James' Granary, Welsh Back

Its characteristics were a robust and simple outline, materials with character and colour - mainly Pennant stone and brick, the frequent use of rock-facedGlossary Term stone, and upper floors unified through either horizontal or vertical grouping of window openings,

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Bristol, Robinson's Warehouse, Bathurst Basin

Decorative details often derive from Venetian and North Italian GothicGlossary Term examples. The style has been named 'Bristol ByzantineGlossary Term'.


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