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Mediterranean Revival is a design style introduced in the United States in the waning nineteenth century variously incorporating references from Spanish ...

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Known for tiled roofs and stucco finishes, Mediterranean-style homes are frequently found in states with warm climates and Spanish histories. Learn more on ...

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Oct 29, 2015 ... The Mediterranean architectural style is a combination of ideas that evolved from many periods and many regions of the world. Influences from ...

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The Mediterranean Revival style in architecture is based on capturing the feeling of a Mediterranean villa. It became popular in the United States in the 1920s ...

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Typically, the Mediterranean house is constructed with a stucco exterior and has a tile roof. These homes make great vacation homes in southern latitudes and ...

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Find and save ideas about Mediterranean architecture on Pinterest. | See more ideas about Mediterranean cribs, Mediterranean style decor and Spanish style ...

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Explore Jean Baethge's board "Mediterranean & Spanish Style Architecture" on Pinterest. | See more ideas about Haciendas, Spanish bungalow and Spanish ...

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This was due, in part, to the efforts of architect Addison Mizner. In fact, another name for Mediterranean architecture is Mizner Style. In 1918, Mizner began his ...

www.zillow.com/blog/mediterranean

Mediterranean style blends traditional Spanish and Italian architecture with designs from France and Morocco for a hodgepodge that's uniquely American.