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Colonial Revival

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Quinn Smith

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Colonial Revival
design by Dóri Sirály for Prezi

Plymouth, MA. c. 1914, Post Office. Includes Classical columns and entablature, bilateral symmetry, fanlight over the door, and Georgian-style dormers and cupola.

Basic Facts
Early Scyscrapers
Civic Buildings
Residential Homes
Commercial Buildings
Modern Uses
Examples
http://www.wentworthstudio.com/historic-styles/colonial-revival/
http://www.history.org/foundation/journal/summer02/revival.cfm
http://architecturestyles.org/colonial-revival/
https://www.bing.com/images/search?q=mount+vernon&view=detailv2&id=B1085730F3E8DCF66A469147CB0E04774F505F21&selectedindex=3&ccid=FXjPGzL3&simid=608030948922427329&thid=OIP.M1578cf1b32f729fda527264897964fc5H0&mode=overlay&first=1

Citations
By: Quinn Smith
1880-1955
2 stories
Inspired in 1876 at the Philadelphia Centennial
Materials: Brick, Clapboard, Shingle,
Features: notable decorative entrances, gable roofs, and double-sashe rectangular windows
American
Architects: R. T. H. Halsey, Steve Onxley
usage of design principles: balanced facade, rectangular windows and parralel lines, unity in its color as the brick is all the same and the roof is all the same but a different color from the brick and texture is that of the brick without much change in value at all
Mount Vernon, Virginia symmetrically balanced with double sash rectangular windows
128 southern cross lane, Matthews, NC
assymetrically balanced, decorative entrance, and gable roof
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