The Edwardian era was a short period following the long reign of Queen Victoria. It lasted from the turn of the twentieth century in 1901 until the death of Edward VII in 1910, although some architects classify this style of architecture as Edwardian through to the end of the Great War in 1918. It is really an evolution of the Victorian and Arts & Crafts style, with greater simplicity and the use of lighter colours.
The architecture is characterised by the following features:
- Plain exteriors