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Vernacular (Folk) Houses. Manufactured for safe house with little sympathy toward prevalent stylesTraditional
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Welcome to... Buddy PowerPoint Presentation for the Introduction to Housing course book

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Vernacular (Folk) Houses Built for safe house with little sympathy toward well known styles Traditional — in view of a neighborhood show & utilizes nearby materials & development methods

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Modern Vernacular — more run of the mill of vernacular engineering today uses promptly accessible materials, not necessarily of neighborhood inceptions uses conventional development techniques is in light of an assortment of models

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Early colonization: Adapted European ideas Centered around a vast chimney (warm, light & nourishment arrangement) Stone, yet wood better decision in America Simple, little & worked by relatives

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Hall and Parlor Cottage Fireplace Steep rooftop Gabled rooftop with the slanted sides parallel to the front entryway (side rather than front peak) Hall was people in general & work range while the parlor was utilized for dozing

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Cape Cod Most mainstream in the 18 th century; significant restoration in mid-20 th century Story and a half with side peak & focused front entryway Dormers confronting the front & symmetrically put windows

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Georgian Style Hired manufacturers—more thoughtfulness regarding feel Divided inside spaces Primary style until mid 19 th century Inspired by great Greek & Roman outline Windows were extensive with various sheets Entry entryway topped by beautiful crown

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Greek Revival Style In the mid 19 th century the perfect home was a solitary family isolates property encompassed by a garden Importance of the home in the new majority rule government—scan for personality Attracted to the origination of vote based system—Greece Popular up to Civil War Lower slant & front peak Porches with segments; half-round windows

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Gothic Revival Style Competition between styles in the 1840s because of plan books More pleasant—quieted hues rather than white Irregular shape More enriching Steeply pitched rooftop with enhancing canal boat loads up on the peak closes

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Mid-19 th century advancements Commercial saw factories—stud outline development (2" x 4") & machine made nails—could have more points: light edge development Cast press stove that could be situated out of view; less effect on plan Central warming Railroads giving shipment of timber & millwork (compositional trim & brightening components)

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Victorian Era Home Styles Modern rural homes House ought to have a natural frame & be set in a rural setting with trees & gardens (white collar class) Promoted by plan books & arrive designers—time of self-change & advance Complex outside structures and rooftop lines to include stylish premium

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Multiple peaks, towers & sound windows Wide patios Variety of siding sorts Elaborately nitty gritty millwork Interiors were likewise vigorously ornamented with expand woodwork & numerous extraordinary reason spaces Hand work

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Craftsman or Bungalow Style Early 20 th century—response to overabundance Home financial matters & littler families Smaller & less difficult homes—one or one and a half story set on high cellar Low pitched rooftop with wide overhang Porches under principle rooftop bolstered by sections Natural materials & hues

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Prairie Style Credited to Frank Lloyd Wright Usually 2 stories Low pitched hipped rooftop wide shades Horizontal concentration Many varieties

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Tudor Style Eclectic styles of the 1920s English-prepared draftsmen Development of block polish & stucco development strategies Variety of steeply pitched rooftops Tall windows Prominent smokestack

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Post WW 2 Pent up lodging request Development of huge subdivisions Smaller homes on bigger parts—permitted long side of house to face road with space for an auto nearby the house

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Ranch Style Prevalent style today, with numerous varieties Inspired by western farm homes Started as one level & appended carport Set lower to the ground with pretty much nothing if any uncovered storm cellar Sprawling in frame Side confronting peaks with low inclines & wide overhang

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Today No single style has supplanted the farm Many varieties—split level , raised farm & two story farm Older styles additionally specifically joined into lodging

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Focus now: Construction & detail Alternate building procedures Green materials Energy proficiency Thread—significance of lodging to families & American culture after some time

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