2. The Treasury style draws its name from the Royal Egyptian Treasury building designed by James MacPherson in 1877, and was commonly used for public buildings in British colonies between 1880 and 1920. It is characterized by low-lying buildings in light tropical shades of tan or white, open courtyards or atria, entrances curved outward from the main wall, and domed roofs. In many cases, Treasury buildings have pillared entrance halls leading out of the main building. Think Khedivial Opera House.
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