Rococo Architecture came from the previous Baroque era, and a few significant changes were made. Pastels became more common in interior spaces, as well as gold ornamentations. Ceiling frescos were still commonly used in luxurious interior spaces, although colors overall became brighter, and shadows were not as present as before. As stated above, asymmetry was favored as Rococo was greatly inspired from nature, which in itself is asymmetric. Many Examples of Rococo Architecture are still around today, mostly in Europe, and more specifically in France. The Palace of Versailles, Charlottenburg Palace, and the Salons of the Hotel de Soubise are just a few prime examples of Rococo Architecture.

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