Interior Design 2
Strand 2Students will identify architectural features and styles.
Standard 2Identify the American adaptations of housing styles such as:
|Log cabin||Overlapping logs at corners, came from Sweden|
|Tudor||Revival of Old English Style using half-timbering roof|
|Spanish||Arcade, bartile roof, stucco, black wrought iron|
|Salt box||2 stories in front, 1 story in back – long rear roofline|
|Cape Cod||Symmetrical, one to one ½ stories, clapboard siding and central door and chimney|
|Georgian||Symmetrical, 2 ½ stories, dentil trim, double hung windows with 9-10 panes, quoins, pilasters around paneled door, often has two chimneys.|
|Federal||Symmetrical front, 3-4 stories, graduated windows where the windows get shorter with each floor or story, rectangular, belt-course between stories, front door with fanlights and sidelights, balustrade.|
|Greek Revival||2 story columns, large pediment towards street|
|Victorian Queen Anne||Tower, wraparound porch, gingerbread, fish scale shingles|
|Prairie||Horizontal lines, low-pitched roofs with overhanging eaves|
|Craftsman/Bungalow||Deep front porch, exposed rafters, wide columns, shed dormers|
|Contemporary||Clean simple lines, large windows, flat|
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