The Houses We Live in

The Houses We Live in

An Identification Guide to the History and Style of American Domestic Architecture

Book - 2002
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This book is a guide to the architectural styles of American houses. Highly illustrated with photographs and overlays to identify key recognition features, it covers a variety of architectural styles from colonial to modern America. In a section by section treatment, The Houses We Live In details how the various styles were developed, its originators and proponents, the main dates when the style was popular, and the main houses and regions that saw the style. Detailed photographs show variations of the style from all angles and close-ups of key points. Contents include: Vernacular architecture (Native American, log cabin, etc.); Colonial; European Revival (Greek, Gothic, etc.); Victorian (Second Empire, Richardson Romanesque, etc.); Pre-WW2 (Neoclassical, Beaux Arts, Tudor, Mediterranean, etc.); and American Modern (Prairie, Craftsman).
Publisher: San Diego, Calif. : Thunder Bay Press, [2002], ©2002
ISBN: 9781571458551
Branch Call Number: 728.37 Ho
Description: 448 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 32 cm
Additional Contributors: Howe, Jeffery W.


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