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Architectural Styles

Ruth Thaddaeus Brock Chris Ely

Ruth Figueroa

on 19 September 2012

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By: Ruth, Brock, Chris, Thaddaeus, Eli Architectural Styles Cubic Architecture Basic Info A. Era victorian era was between 1825 and 1900 Materials & Features Location Purpose & Style features
bay windows
clapboard siding
mansard roof
transom artistic and design style that began in Paris in the 1920s Materials the features of victorian houses are: Federal style
Architecture -Cubic Architecture styles started in the early 20th centry in france during a movement called Cubism.
-Most common around 1995- twentieth century and is still used to present day
-Normally has 1 or 2 floors in a building B. Basic
Info In the 1920 art deco was the buildings of the of the future. Federal style architecture was the most common type of architecture from 1780-1840 origins victorian houses made during
Queen Victoria Reign common style found during
victorian era was italianate C. Art Deco is characterized by use of
materials such as aluminium,
stainless steel, lacquer, Bakelite,
Chrome and inlaid wood. Georgian Architecture This style of architecture was used from main to the southern states. Georgian Architecture: -buildings have sharp, clean lines
-mainly made out of concrete and metals but also can use unique materials like glass, steel, wood and others
-colors highlight the design 18th Century Domestic, Religious, and Public use consisted of a square symmetrical shape Georgian Architecture A typical federal syle house is a square two rooms deep and two-three stories tall Neo-Eclectic Most had two stories front door at center paired chimneys on each side Mostly used wood and brick Materials materials for building a depend on location, northeastern houses were clapboard and southern homes were typically brick The most popular residential Pictures Rotterdam -Flat roofs
-big windows
-neutral colors
-based on squares Can be found in the U.S. but mainly found in France, Germany, the Netherlands, and Czechoslovakia built for many modern homes but also art museums Sources -http://www.oneeyedman.net/school-archive/classes/fulltext/www.mala.bc.ca/~johnstoi/praguepage/cubismlecture.htm
-Prezi by Jack Dummer
-http://www.cubicas.co.uk/ Kevin Roche is a famous Irish Cubic Architecture today building style in North America Began around the 1960's
and continued to grow in
popularity through the 1970's. Meaning and Origin The term "Neo-Eclectic" was
used in reference to the fact
that most houses of that time
(1960's-Present) were made of
cheap and simple materials. The Neo-Eclectic building style
is comprised of many other historic
styles that where available. Materials and Identifying Features Common Materials Include:
Brick, stone, Vinyl and composite material
High roofs with multiple gables or hips
Typically 2 to 3 stories
Have at least 2 garage bays
Earthly colors used in paints and materials
Open floor plans with living and eating areas together . -built to maximize space in the limits of the city.
-the use of cemetery of lines and window where use to give it shape and definition. Characteristics show cases geometrical concepts designs on the building are only in one place the buildings are simple squares
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