The name given in the 19th century to the architecture of the castellated mansions of Renaissance Scotland. The style was revived c.1830 by William Burn (1789-1870), whose pupil David Bryce (1803-76) became its most celebrated exponent. Although the style is found mainly in Scotland, there are examples in North America.
Highland home of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II. Includes history and visitor information.
The Fairmont Banff Springs
Hotel designed in 1886 by Bruce Price of New York for William Van Horne, General Manager of Canadian Pacific Railways. Includes history and slideshow.
Wikipedia: Scottish Baronial Style
An illustrated outline of this variation on the Gothic revival style from the collaborative online encyclopedia.
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