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Thinking Interiorly… If you could live in any state, which one would you choose and why?
Complete the Following Write “Housing Options” in the center of a piece of paper. Add the following terms around the edges: Single family, townhome, condo, mobile, and CO-OP Summarize what you know about each option, as well as the advantages and disadvantages of each. Housing Options
What style is your house?
Style of Homes Cape Cod: This style originated in New England in the late 17 th century.
Style of Homes Georgian Colonial: This is a symmetrical, orderly style that became prominent in Colonial America.
Style of Homes Federal/Adam: Categorized under colonial style homes but has graceful details that distinguish them from the Georgian Colonial style.
Style of Homes Greek Revival: Democratic ideals are reflected in the classical details of Greek Revival Homes.
Style of Homes Antebellum: This was not so much of a style of home, as it was an era. Grand plantation homes.
Style of Homes Victorian Gothic: This style features arches, pointed windows, and other details that resemble cathedrals.
Style of Homes Victorian Italianate: This style was old world ideals transplanted to the United States.
Style of Homes Victorian Stick: Trusses and stick work suggest medieval building techniques.
Style of Homes Folk Victorian: No – fuss homes, using trim work made possible through mass production.
Style of Homes Shingle Style: These homes has rustic coastal style living.
Style of Homes Queen Anne: Towers, turrets, wrap around porches and other fancy details.
Style of Homes Beaux Arts: Swags, medallions, balconies, grand stairways and other lavish features.
Style of Homes Colonial Revival: Symmetrical houses combines with elements of Federal and Georgian architecture.
Style of Homes Mission: Stucco walls, arches inspired by Spanish mission churches.
Style of Homes Tudor, English Country: Half – timbered and other details suggest medieval building techniques.
Style of Homes Cotswold: Tudor cottage style, subtype of the Tudor Revival style.
Style of Homes Renaissance: Elegant homes and villas modeled after the homes in Renaissance Europe.
Style of Homes American Foursquare: Practical, economical style became one of the most popular in the United States.
Style of Homes Prairie School House: A low, linear style.
Style of Homes Craftsman Bungalow: This style was modeled after the Arts and Crafts movement.
Style of Homes Spanish Revival: Inspired by Spanish mission churches and Mediterranean style homes.
Style of Homes French Inspired: Grand estates and quaint cottages inspired by the French.
Style of Homes Art Moderne: Sleet, streamline, white walls, Cube shaped homes.
Style of Homes Ranch Style: Rambling home such as the Western Ranch, American Ranch, and Rambler.
Style of Homes Raised Ranch: A ranch style home with a split level.
Style of Homes A-Frame: Dramatic, sloping roof.
Style of Homes Postmodern: Give the impression that anything goes.
Style of Homes Neo Eclectic: Decorative details added from the past.
Style of Homes Dome: A geodesic dome technology pioneered by Buckminister Fuller.
Style of Homes Pueblo: Simple adobe structure that are favorable in the Southwestern part of the U.S.
Style of Homes Log: Made of logs reflecting the North American Frontier.
Style of Homes Earth: These can be made of straw, cob, earth and often underground.