Rococo style in architecture is actually the exagerrated version of Broque architecture. Although they are similar, there is also a difference in tone between Broque and Rococo. That is, while Rococo has a more pleasing and softer tone, Baroque is dramatic and powerful. The style originated in Paris in the 18th century, and started as a salon decor. Its characteristics are pastel colors, stucco, curves, asymmetry, use of nature, and illusion.
Here are some of the most amazing examples of Rococo in architecture.