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Recorded Architectural Designs. The accompanying PowerPoint presentation is composed as a ... Embellishing components incorporate sectioning, fishscale shingling, ...
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´╗┐Recorded Architectural Designs Developed for the Champaign County Early American History Museum By Zachary D. Cain AHTC Summer Fellowship 2005

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Historical Architectural Designs The accompanying PowerPoint presentation is composed as a general prologue to six distinct sorts of compositional outlines. Utilizing your Historical Architectural Designs Graphic Organizer, your gathering will pick one sort of configuration to end up specialists on. In the wake of finishing your realistic coordinator, you will then report out to alternate gatherings, and additionally take notes on alternate outlines exhibited by the other master bunches.

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Italianate

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Italianate Historical Background : Italianate houses have been depicted as rectangular structures with sections dribbling from their roof. Additionally common of the style are curved and cove windows, with lintels or window hoods. This style depends on the urban houses of Italian shipper rulers and the sectioned plans of rustic Italian farmhouses. The Italianate style was greatly prominent somewhere around 1840 and 1880.

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Italianate Features : Large sections supporting wide overhang. Sound or curved windows. A tower or dome. Rectangular fit as a fiddle.

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Italianate

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Queen Anne

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Queen Anne Historic Background : Queen Anne style houses fit into the decorative Victorian classification, and commonly fuse a tower, a wrap-around yard, and an awry roofline of peaks and hips. Windows are of each shape and size. The outside regularly incorporates a blend of fishscale, shingles, gingerbread, and shafts. The Queen Anne style was extremely mainstream somewhere around 1880 and 1900.

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Queen Anne Features : Wrap around yard (regularly with a gazebo joined at one side). A tower or turret. Windows of a wide range of shapes and sizes. Different distinctive outside examples, for example, fishscale shingles and gingerbread.

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Queen Anne

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Gabled Ell

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Gabled Ell Historical Background : The gabled ell has a particular "L" shape, which makes a front peak and a side peak. The Gabled Ell was a typical house style from around 1880 to 1910. They could be entirely straightforward or exceptionally ornamental, which made houses with different elaborate components, for example, sectioning, fishscale shingling, gingerbread, and Queen Anne style windows with recolored glass.

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Gabled Ell Features: "L" formed with a front and side peak. Enriching highlights incorporate sectioning, fishscale shingling, gingerbread, and Queen Anne style windows with recolored glass.

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Gabled Ell

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Colonial Revival

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Colonial Revival Historical Background: This sort of configuration portrays homes that attempt to duplicate the design of early provincial America. They are normally two stories in size with clapboard outsides and elaborate shades beside the windows. Rather than an entryway patio, Colonial Revival homes for the most part have a side yard that is known as a sun parlor. There have been distinctive floods of ubiquity for this sort of configuration, especially amid the centennial festival of 1876, and the bicentennial festival of 1976.

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Colonial Revival Features: Usually two stories in size. Hip rooftop. Sun parlor rather than a patio. Clapboard agreeing with elaborate screens. Passageway hood over the front entryway.

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Colonial Revival

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Bungalow

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Bungalow Historical Background: The home style house was initially created in California amid the 1910s and was famous into the 1930s. This sort of outline is generally one or one and a half stories tall, with a wide, profound entryway patio that is bolstered by thick, square segments of block or stone. Most lodges had wide overhang and a focal dormer that utilized triangular backings known as knee supports.

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Bungalow Features: Usually one or one and a half stories tall. Wide, profound entryway patio bolstered by block or stone segments. Wide overhang upheld by knee supports. Regularly had a focal dormer.

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Bungalow

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American Foursquare

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American Foursquare Historical Background: This kind of outline gets its name in light of the fact that the square state of the two story house made four equivalent measured rooms on every floor. The foursquare was normally two stories tall with a wide hipped rooftop with a focal dormer. A patio for the most part spread over the whole front of the home, and the outside was normally secured in clapboards. Windows were frequently gathered in sets, and an inlet window was ordinarily found on one side of the house.

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American Foursquare Features: Usually two stories tall. Hipped rooftop with a focal dormer. Patio that traverses the whole front of the house. Outside is normally clapboard. Windows gathered in sets with a narrows window anticipating from one side of the house.

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American Foursquare

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