French Chateau style under went quite a few modifications in the New World in the 1800s and early 1900s. It morphed into a hybrid architecture only found in Canada as interest in Chateau style in the rest of America was almost non-existent (for obvious reasons). This hybrid architecture is sometimes referred to as Canadian Chateau Style and is best exemplified in the grand railway hotels that dot the country.US SC is a standard and decent neoclassicist work. I saw the Canadian one first time now, and I'm positively surprised with it. Very interesting, felicitous mixture of Chateau and Art Deco styles.