What is eclecticism?
Eclecticism is an interdisciplinary expression. The very concept can mean inspiration and stealing. In architecture, this word has been used since the late 19th and 20th centuries. In essence, the use of several incompatible architectural elements in one place. Sometimes even large parts of houses or even houses are copied. It is not just the appearance of the exterior, but also the interior space, where all the furniture sets are copied. We distinguish eclecticism from simultaneous, synthetic and formal.