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Interior Design Ch. 6 Vocab
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The Pueblo (Native Americans) in New Mexico lived in, includes boxlike construction, flat roofs, and projecting beams _______?
The symmetrical ______ ______ house may be two and one half stories high created in New Orleans/France.
The Scandinavian immigrants brought the ____ ____ to North America, one room house, rectangular house, 10 feet wide by 12 feet to 20 feet long.
The main feature of the _____ _____ are the two-story porch supported by Greek colums with larger triangular gable pediment
The ____ ____ style with a gambrel roof was first built in New York and Delaware.
______ style house reflect the experiences and traditions of past eras
The ____ style of house has an overhanging second story like the old forts.
The _____ style, adapted from English architecture, has simple, exterior lines, a dignified apperance, and symmetry.
The housing styes developed in the United States from the early 1900s to the 1980s are classified as _____.
The Federal style sometimes has a(n).
originates from the common experiences of a group of people
Refers to the use of formal architectural elements that have been recognized
Eight-sided structure usually made of mud and logs by the Najavo Indians
near coast line, usually no basement, simple design, one room with a chimney at the end; would build on around central part of house as the family grew
small, symmetrical, one or one and a half story; steep gable roof and side gable, roof style is called a High pitched gable roof, Central entrance and a central chimney with several fireplaces
overhang off of the roof, traditionally goes over the first floor windows. Replaces the use of shutters, keeps out the sunlight
structured windows that project through a sloping roof in the second story
Built by English settlers in New England area, Variation of a Cape Cod house, Takes it name from the shape of the wooden box in which salt would be kept in
Long, steep pitched gable roof that sloped down from the front of the back, Large windows with small panes
large central chimney
First European establishment
The Interior was very earthy, dirt floors and white walls
Was an adobe of brick or stone covered in stucco
Primarily in Florida and the South in 1500's
In closed garden areas, and arched doorways
Immigrants from Sweden, Finland, Norway and Denmark
Germans settled in Southeastern PA
Built large durable homes of wood and firestone for warmth
Entry led to kitchen/first floor
Gamble roof/ Pent roofs
is an open style covered with a roof that is supported by columns
Federal style houses - Architectural roof like decorations that are usually for over portico, windows or door.
English home, lots of decoration and trim with high porches, steep gable roofs, tall windows, and a turret or small tower
An offshoot of the Greek Revival stlye, this two-story house has colums that extend across the front covered by an extension of the roof. The house is large and symmetrical with a hip or gable roof
Has symmetry like a Georgian style home, includes swags, garlands, and a central fanlight over the entrance.
A symmetrical style homes with a Mansard roof. It may contain dormers.
Monticello is an example of a style, feautres large portico, Greek and Italian, a traingular pediment gable.
Early Classical Revival
Symmetrical, boxshape home, flat roof, pediments and porticos, usually 2 stories high, English
houses the wood frme of the house actually forms part of the outside wall
High point in the center and slope of both sides
a roof with two sides, each of which has a shallower slope above a steeper one.
a roof with the ends inclined, as well as the sides.
a roof consisting of a single sloping surface.
a roof that has four sloping sides, each of which becomes steeper halfway down.
A _____ is a roof which is almost level in contrast to the many types of sloped roofs.
One story structure, lower roof, may have a basement
Have strong horizontal lines, low pitched roofs and overhangs
Craftmasn style (1905-1930s) natural materials
Arts and Crafts
One and half stories, low pitched roofs, covered porches
Controversal, 21st century furniture
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