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The World of Architecture (2012/13 S2)
Transcript of The World of Architecture (2012/13 S2)
http://goo.gl/maps/sTOl8 Shipping container architecture is a form of architecture that uses steel shipping containers as the structure of a building.
strong and durable
unique designs Shipping Container
Architecture Southern Colonial Victorian Style They are made up of stone or brick. They are big and have towers and turrets Many of these houses were built during the reign of Queen Victoria 1837—1901 Victorian houses are generally two or three stories tall -Large pillars!
-Symmetry! Salt Box -saltbox uses the same style as a "lean-to"
-long sloped roof
-descendant of the Colonial Half house
-easily identified by the long roof at the back and the shortened roof at the front
-2 story front, 1 story back. Santa Fe Style Home By: Zack Snoei A style of house originating in America. It features a unique, angled roof with two angles on each side. Commonly used for farm houses to reduce wind pressure on roof. Also called Dutch Gambrel. Contemporary Eco - Homes Condominiums Information -Multiple stories
-Each room is individually owned
-Exterior walls are mainly windows
-Every room usually has a balcony In a Southern Colonial home, there will always be 4-6 pillars in front of the entrance. This is called a Colonnade. It was original used by the Greeks. BY: DANIEL UNGER Ranch Style Usually one floor
Often made with stucco or concrete
large overhangs to provide protection from sunlight And uh, stuff Features:
-4-Sided, symmetrical roof
-A large attic
-Many windows installed in the roof
-Usually made of wooden planks or bricks The usually colours used for the outside of the home are whit, cream and tan. Blue and yellow are occasionally used for the trim. very long low profile simplistic look 423 Brunn School Road, Santa Fe, NM traditionally built on concrete slab no basement The Portico is the patio that sits beneath the overhanging roof which connects to the Colonnde. Kingston Ontario 647 Crowfield Boulevard, Goose Creek, South Carolina, United States
http://goo.gl/maps/f5Wmc Toronto Ontario Niagara Falls Ontario I found a ranch style home right here in Niagara!
1304 Fifth Street Louth, St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada
http://goo.gl/maps/6oAVa Contemporary Modern
15901 Eccles Street, Virgin, UT, United States
http://goo.gl/maps/zCPir Rental Apartments INFORMATION 5101 State Road 2610, Charlotte, United States
http://goo.gl/maps/BkHfJ Examples Found
In North America -Invented over 200 years ago
-Chimneys are usually located in the middle of the house
-Steep roofs with small overhang Advantages
-Most Common type of rentable property
-Can be a small building or a large building
-Usually in a convenient place in the city
-No maintenance to take care `1` of like snow removal, grass cutting ect.
-High renting cost
-Always in the city
-Can't make changes to the interior of the house
-A set of rules must me followed Information -Contemporary Style homes are modern-era houses and became popular in the 1960's and 1970's.
-The shapes are often geometric (pyramid, block or round) in ways that would not have been possible with previous building techniques.
-The style tends to include large plate glass windows, metal or concrete. 5101 State Road 2610, Charlotte, United States
CONT. 3227 La Paz Lane, NM -Traditional colours are white and yellow
-Shutters are usually used
-Typically built as one-and-one-half story Taylor Langendoen Mary Street , Port Dalhousie By: Jake Horne jake horne jake horne jake horne jake horne Brampton
Ontario Orange Ville, Ontario