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Community Architecture Project (Am. History)

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Transcript of Community Architecture Project (Am. History)

Community Centers:
Randolph Playhouse

Houses of Worship:
Bethany U.C.C.

Architecture
The profession of designing buildings, open areas, communities, and other artificial constructions and environments, usually with some regard to aesthetic effect. Architecture often includes design or selection of furnishings and decorations, supervision of construction work, and the examination, restoration, or remodeling of existing buildings.


Public Buildings:
Community Architecture Project
What does Community and Architecture mean?
The town was first settled circa 1778. To encourage recognition of the state by the United States, the town was renamed in honor of Edmund Randolph. In 1848, the Vermont Central Railroad opened service through the town. Randolph's prosperity during the Victorian era endowed it with some fine architecture, including the Second Empire Randolph Railroad Depot and Renaissance Revival Kimball Public Library.
WELCOME! Let the adventure begin!
Town of Randolph
Community
A social group of any size whose members reside in a specific locality, share government, and often have a common cultural and historical heritage.
Private Homes:
Private Homes:
Private Homes:
Private Homes:
Houses of Worship:
Randolph Federated
Church
Houses of Worship:
Public Buildings:

Public Buildings:
THE END
Work Cited

By: Nour Elhouda Hassari
& Cecile Smith 14-15
Railroad Station:
Private Home:
One Franklin Street
Italianate (1840-1880)
large paired
brackets
tall first floor
windows
low pitch hip roof
cupola
stilted segmental
window/round arch
enriched overdoor
Mari Castle
Château 1860-1890
tall chimneys
corbeled cornice
attic story
canopy
tower with conical
roof
1326 Hebard Hill Road
Greek Revival 1820-1860
pediment
roof
raking cornice
tall 1st floor
windows
transom
pilaster corner
boards
return
Victorian Gothic 1860-1890
Decorative Stone
Bands
geometric patterns & polychromatic slate tiles
pointed arch
window openings
shouldered arch
Geometric patterns
conical steeple
Pointed doors
and windows
pointed arch
door

Eave trim
Victorian Gothic 1860-1890

Gabled Entry

Gable trim
Cross Gable
Chandler Music Hall
2603 Stock Farm Road
Bungalow Style 1890-1940
wood shingle
siding
sash windows
open porch
exterior
chimney
wall plate
Randolph Depot
Greek Revival 1820-1860
prominent
architrave
trim
entablature
side lights
pilaster corner
boards
Kimball Public Library
Victorian Romanesque 1870-1890
semi-circular
arched openings
terra cotta tiles
transom
windows
brick finish with rock-faced stone base
arcaded attic story
projecting gable
Art Deco 1925-1940
Romanesque Revival 1840-1900
Second Empire 1860-1890
monochromatic
(R.R.)
tall 1st floor
windows (S.E.)
metal curbs (S.E.)
belt course (S.E.)
veranda-like
porch roof (S.E.)
tall chimneys (S.E.)
eyebrow-like
window heads (S.E.)
concave sides (S.E.)
corbel table (R.R.)
gabled tower (R.R.)
central
pavilion (S.E.)
Richardsonian Romanesque 1870-1900
transom
windows
arched entry
large size
cement blocks made to resemble stones
eaves close
to walls
Metal sash-type
window
Ornamental Detailing
Stepped
Facade
Metal panel
Small decorated arch window
Decorative
Style
20 North Main Street
Queen Anne Style 1880-1900
Most varied and decorative style
Tower With
Conical roof
Merriam-Webster. Merriam-Webster, n.d. Web. 16 Apr. 2015.
"Randolph, Vermont." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, n.d. Web. 16 Apr. 2015.
Encircling

Porch
Usage of Multiple
Colors
Flared second story
with single siding
Finial
Circular bay
Recessed Porch
Gifford Medical Center (Sanatorium Before)
East Lake 1870-1890
Tapered round
posts
Finial
Carved panels
Spindle and spool-like balusters
Lattice-like
Porch base
Polygonal turret
with tent roof
BONUS - Chrome Diner
Parkway Diner, So. Burlington
rounded
corners
band of metal-framed windows
flat roof
streamlined
moldings
Art Moderne 1930-1945
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