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Housing Styles

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Housing Styles
and Details

Delaney McGowan
Native American Homes
Early American Period
1640-1720

18th Century
19th Century
Modern
Post War Modern
Innovative
Longhouse
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Pre-Columbian
built by bending young trees and covered by overlapping strips of bark
designed to hold several families or serve as a public building
Pueblo
Pre-Columbian
built of sun-dried clay bricks called adobe
built on top of each other in cliffs and caves or ground level
Underground Sod House
Pre-Columbian
long downard-sloping entrances kept Inuits well insulated from freezing temperatures
built partially underground and covered with sod or blocks of ice
Wigwam
Pre-Columbian
easily constructed at a new site or carried from place to place
reed mats wrapped around rounded wooden frames
Teepee
Pre-Columbian
cone-shaped and covered with buffalo hide
put up and taken down rapidly to suit nomadic lifestyle
Half-Timber
1640-1720
wood frame forms part of outside wall
spaces between beams filled with brick or plaster
Cape Cod
1640-1720
characterized by simple rectangular design, central chimney, and a pitched roof
one large "great room" for center of family life
Saltbox
1640-1720
when rooms were added on a two-story house the roof line was brought down to cover
roof's long slope similar to wooden saltboxes in colonial kitchens
Garrison
1640-1720
second story overhangs or projects from the first story
overhang first used on forts to prevent attackers from scaling the walls
Early American Period
Continued

Dutch Colonial
1640-1720
decorative brickwork and intricate stepped gables
usable space beneath the roof and sunlight with dormer windows
German
1640-1720
large, durable houses of wood and quarry stone
large family room for entertaining
Swedish Log
Cabin
1640-1720
trees felled, cut into logs, laid on top of each other horizontally
primitive and small, rarely longer than a single log
Spanish Stucco/
Adobe
1640-1720
adobe houses had thick walls, flat roofs, and deep windows
stucco plaster houses have red tile roofs and rounded archways
French Colonial
1640-1720
raised on posts above ground to protect from floods
broad roof extended over a porch to keep house cool and protected from rain
Georgian
Early Classical
Adam Federal
1700-1780
1780-1820
1770-1830
gabled roof with a tooth-like cornice where it meets the house
balanced design with symmetrical windows and a chimney at each end of the house
decorative, detailed interiors with plaster or wood carvings
rectangular design, some have wings on each side
rectangular house, fanlight windows, symmetrical windows
open porch supported by columns, topped with pediment
Greek Revival
1825-1860
Queen Anne
1840-1885
Mansard Victorian
1860-1880
Italianate
1840-1880
Gothic Revival
1870-1890
Craftsman/Bungalow
1905-1930
Praire
1900-1920
International
1925-Present
Ranch
1935-Present
Split Level
1950s-Present
Geodesic Dome
1940-Present
A Frame
1940-Present
Sustainable
Present
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elaborate entrance- door surrounded by small windows
collumns around porch, wide trim at cornice, pilasters on corners
pointed arches, circular windows, ornamental carved stone
wide overhanging hip roofs with decorative supports at the cornices
square and two stories high with long, narrow windows
most notable feature- boxlike mansard roof
decorative cornices, french windows, dormer windows
wraparound porches with railings, and a circular tower extending the height of the house
decorative woodwork, ornamental gables, overlapping shingles
low-pitched gable roof that overhangs to cover a porch
roof supported by pedestals, beams or braces under eaves
emphasis on horizontal lines- low roofs, wide porches
feeling of spaciousness inside, rooms flow into one another
emphasize function and usefulness- avoid decorative features
geometric shapes- flat roof, smooth walls, large windows
long, low, one-story
partially enclosed patios or courtyards
takes advantage of sloping lot with two levels of living space
horizontal lines, low-pitched roof, overhanging eaves
gabled roof continues to ground on both sides
disadvantage: creates odd interior spaces
triangular frames join to form self-supporting roof and walls
flexibility for interior floor plans, needs less building material
greater concern for resource conservation
uses green technology like solar power (more common) and wind power
Pictures:
Pictures:
Information:
Homes & Interiors textbook
arch window
french door
mansard roof
fanlight window
clay tile roof
stucco
palladian window
Dutch door
gambrel roof
stepped gable
sidelights
decorative
cornice trim

transom window
gabled/pitched roof
wood clapboards
ell
arched doorway
finial
gothic gable
brick
decorative ironwork
gingerbread trim
high-peaked gabels decorated with gingerbread trim
decorative
cornice brackets
hip roof

eave overhang
gable

flat roof
fieldstone
cantilever
saltbox roof
shingles

solar panels
thatched roof
adobe
split timbers/
stick work
balustrade railing
cupola
turret
wraparound porch
columns
gallery
pediment
jetty
pilaster
portico
Shutters
keystone/
lintel or tab
dormer
window
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*most recent date of access for all resources*
9/12/13
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