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American Houses

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Transcript of American Houses

American Houses
From 1940 to Today

EARLY MODERN
1939
1945
1950
1970
1980
1990
2000
2010
WWII
PRAIRIE (1900-1920)
CRAFTSMAN (1905-1930)
MODERNISTIC (1920-1940)
low pitched roof
massive square supports
MIN. TRADITIONAL
MINIMAL DETAIL

LITTLE OVERHANG

(1935-1950)
"The little house that could"
RANCH
GARAGE
BROAD - ONE STORY

(1935-1975)
"post-war prosperity"
BANKERS MODERN
MAINSTREAM MODERN
STYLED RANCHES
deep overhangs
INTERNATIONAL (1925-TODAY)
SHELTERED, OFF-CENTER ENTRANCE

LARGE WINDOWS

LOW TO GROUND

CONTEMPORARY /
MID-CENTURY MODERN
WINDOWS IN GABLE ENDS
BROAD/TEXTURED WALL SURFACE

EXPOSED BEAMS

(1940-1980)
"architect's ranch"
LOW PITCHED ROOF

INTEGRATED LANDSCAPE

SPLIT-LEVEL
(1955-1975)
TRI-LEVEL SPLIT
BI-LEVEL SPLIT
"more form than style"
one story porch
emphasize horizontal
decorative (false) beams
exposed rafters
square columns
one or one and a half stories
columns continue to ground
wide eave
SHED
(1960-TODAY)
"architecture without architects"
MULTI-DIRECTIONAL SHED ROOF

SMOOTH ROOF TO WALL JUNCTION

LITTLE OVERHANG

WOOD WALL CLADDING

ORGANIC
(1950's-TODAY)
A-FRAME
(1950's-1970's)
NEW FORMALISM
(1950's-1970's)
BRUTALISM
(1950's-1970's)
DECONSTRUCTIVISM
(1950's-1970's)
"the built environment meets nature"
"simple roof change"
"updating classical forms"
"raw concrete"
"individuality of parts"
(1970-1990)
MANSARD
(1960's-TODAY)
(1965-TODAY)
POST MODERN
NEW TRADITIONAL
OTHER 21st CENTURY MODERN
MILLENIUM MANSION
NEW TRADITIONAL SHINGLE
NEW TRADITIONAL COLONIAL REVIVAL
NEW TRADITIONAL ITALIAN RENAISSANCE
NEW TRADITIONAL CLASSICAL
1960
DORMERS, TYPICAL
SECOND STORY UNDER ROOF
SEGMENTAL ARCH
TYPICAL BRICK VENEER
"less expensive, formal and historic style"
"irony in architecture"
SPANISH
FRENCH
COLONIAL REVIVAL
LUSTRON PRE-FAB HOMES
NEW TRADITIONAL CRAFTSMAN
"oversized and disjointed"
SLIGHTLY ASKEW
DÉCOUPAGE
SEGMENTAL VAULTS
UNIFYING MATERIAL
asymmetrical facade
no decorative detailing
asymmetrical facade
flat roof
smooth stucco
horizontal lines/balustrades

flat roof
metal windows flush with wall
PHILLIP JOHNSON
BECK RESIDENCE
HOWARD MEYER
LIPSHY HOUSE
EDWARD DURRELL STONE
OAK COURT
ENSLIE (BUD) OGELSBY
THE HOUSE ON POTOMAC
CREEK SIDE
EDWARD LARRABBEE BARNES
GREENLEE RESIDENCE
RICHARD MEIER
RACHOFSKY HOUSE
FRANK WELCH
FARQUHAR RESIDENCE
Acknowledgments:
Thank you!
LOW/INTERMEDIATE PITCHED ROOF WIH GABLE

DOUBLE HUNG WINDOWS

(1935-TODAY)
(1950's-TODAY)
(1970-TODAY)
2015
BERNBAUM MAGADINI ARCHITECTS
MEADERS RESIDENCE
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