would the admiralty arch in london be considered Victorian style architecture?
did the victorians have their own style? most of the big buildings they put up harped back to old styles like gothic. when you think of places like the royal courts of justice, the houses of parliament, st pancras station and tower bridge (all victorian buildings) none of them have their own unique style.
if i had to call their style something, then it would probably be "gothic revival". admiralty arch isn't built in that though -- I'm not sure what its built in. the columns and triangles on the very ends look more like mock-roman