The movement to consciously revive the Gothic style became fashionable in England from c.1750 and later in the rest of Europe and America. In the 19th century it was the accepted style for churches and popular for public buildings.
The Arts Centre of Christchurch, New Zealand
Housed in the former Canterbury College, a Gothic Revival complex designed by Benjamin Mountfort and Samuel Seagar. The official site gives photographs, history, description and brief biographies of the architects.
The National Trust: Tyntesfield
Overview, pictorial tour and history of a gothic Victorian mansion set in a 500 acre estate. Includes details for booking a visit.
Stones of History: The Parliament Hill Reconstruction Project
Photographs, web-cam and progress reports on the renovation of Canada's Neo-Gothic parliament buildings, from Public Works and Government Services, Canada.
V&A Museum: Gothic Revival Style Guide
A brief introduction to Gothic Revival style, key characteristics, people and buildings.
Wikipedia: Gothic Revival Architecture
An illustrated description and history of the style.
YouTube: Gothic Revival - Design in a Nutshell
A short introductory video to the Gothic Revival style from the Open University
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