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Native American Homes - Tepee Dirt Floors No Windows Open Fire Few Belongings Pre History - Present Pueblo Made of Adobe Brick (Dried Clay) Flat Roof Modern Interpretations Include Flagstone Floors and Beehive Fireplaces First Colonists 1640-1720 Half Timbered House (Wood and Plaster)

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native american homes tepee
Native American Homes - Tepee
  • Dirt Floors
  • No Windows
  • Open Fire
  • Few Belongings
pre history present pueblo
Pre History - Present Pueblo
  • Made of Adobe Brick (Dried Clay)
  • Flat Roof
  • Modern Interpretations Include Flagstone Floors and Beehive Fireplaces
first colonists 1640 1720
First Colonists 1640-1720
  • Half Timbered House (Wood and Plaster)
  • Thatched Roof
  • Shingles
  • Clapboards
cape cod
Cape Cod
  • Pitched Roof
  • Gables
  • Dormers
  • Ell – Extension at Right Angles
saltbox house
Saltbox House
  • Two Story Pitched Roof Home with Ell Attached
  • Upscale For Its Time
garrison house
Garrison House
  • Second Story Overhang
  • Elizabethan England Copy (1558-1603)
  • Williamsburg, VA
log cabins
Log Cabins
  • Settlers
  • Using Materials Easily On-Hand
  • So Common – Truly American Building Style
  • Swedish in Origins
spanish settlements
Spanish Settlements
  • 1565 St. Augustine
  • Separate Kitchens Reduce Heat
  • Adobe Walls
  • Flat Roof/Tile Roof
  • Stucco (Plaster of Cement, Sand and Lime)
french norman settlements
French (Norman) Settlements
  • High Pitched Roofs
  • Shutters
  • Southern Plantation is an Interpretation
  • Large Porches/Elevated for Flood “Insurance”
later american georgian 1700 1780
Later AmericanGeorgian 1700-1780
  • Pediment
  • Formal Balance
  • Large Symmetrical Windows
  • Cornice
  • Central Hall
  • Front Door Focal Point
  • Gabled/Hip Roof
federal style 1770 1830
Federal Style 1770-1830
  • Adam Style 1780-1820
    • Elements from Greece and Rome
    • Fan Lights
  • Early Classical Revival 1770-1830
    • Portico
    • Government Buildings
romantic revival 1820 1880
Romantic Revival 1820-1880
  • Greek Revival

1825-1860

  • Supported by Columns
  • Gabled Roof
  • Elaborate Entrance
romantic revival 1820 188013
Romantic Revival 1820-1880
  • Gothic Revival

1840-1880

  • High Peaked Gables
  • Lacy “Gothic” Gingerbread Details
  • Wood More Available in America
romantic revival 1820 188014
Romantic Revival 1820-1880
  • Italianate

1840-1885

  • Italian Villas
  • Square
  • Two Stories
  • Wide Overhangs with Decorative Brackets
  • Inverted “U” Windows
victorian style 1860 1900
Victorian Style 1860-1900
  • Mansard Style
  • Also Called Second Empire (French)
  • 1860-1880
  • Sloping Roof on All Sides
  • French Windows
  • Decorative Dormers
victorian style 1860 190016
Victorian Style 1860-1900
  • Queen Anne Style

1870-1890

  • Irregular Roof
  • Wrap Around Porches
  • Decorative Trim
  • Circular Turret/Tower
  • Painted Ladies
colonial revival 1880 1955
Colonial Revival 1880-1955
  • Front Door Focus
  • Pediments
  • Pilasters
  • Symmetrical
  • Influenced by Federal and Georgian
  • Reaction to Victorian
  • Simple
tudor style 1890 1940
Tudor Style 1890-1940
  • Half Timbered
  • Steep Roof
  • Gables
  • “Chimney Pots”
    • Decorative Pipes at the Top of Chimneys
chateauesque style 1880 1910
Chateauesque Style 1880-1910
  • Castle-Like
  • Towers
  • Turrets
  • Ornamental Cresting
  • Elaborate Moldings
  • Wealthy Impressive Homes
mission style 1890 1920
Mission Style 1890-1920
  • Hispanic/Spanish Influence
  • Southern California
  • Parapets – Low Walls or Railings Along Balconies
prairie style 1900 1920
Prairie Style 1900-1920
  • Frank Lloyd Wright
  • Low, Horizontal Lines
  • Reaction to Victorian Also
  • Leaded Windows
  • Space Within Space
  • Hip Roof
craftsman style 1905 1930
Craftsman Style 1905-1930
  • Developed at the Same Time as Prairie Style
  • California
  • Low Pitched Gable Roof
  • Bungalow (Chicago)
international style 1925 present
International Style 1925-Present
  • Modern Appeal
  • Minimalist Appeal
  • Flat Roof
  • Geometric Shapes
ranch style 1935 present
Ranch Style 1935-Present
  • Low, Single Story
  • Hip or Pitched Roof
  • Postwar Popular
  • “Cookie Cutter”
split level 1950s present
Split Level 1950s-Present
  • Three or Four Levels
  • Suburban Home
  • Takes Advantage of a Sloping Lot
a frame 1940 present
A-Frame 1940-Present
  • Gabled Roof Goes All the Way to the Ground
  • Large Windows
  • Takes Advantage of Views
  • Makes for Tough Interior Design
geodesic dome 1940 present
Geodesic Dome 1940- Present
  • R. Buckminster Fuller
  • Efficient
  • Triangular Frames
katrina cottage 2006 present
Katrina Cottage 2006-Present
  • 500-1000 Square Feet
  • Dignified Alternative to FEMA Trailers
  • $700