Thinking Interiorly… If you could live in any state, which one would you choose and why? PowerPoint Presentation

Thinking Interiorly… If you could live in any state, which one would you choose and why? PowerPoint Presentation

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Complete the Following. Write “Housing Options” in the center of a piece of paper. Add the following terms around the edges: Single . f. amily, townhome, condo, mobile, and CO-OP Summarize what you know about each option, as well as the advantages and disadvantages of each. . ID: 698680

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Thinking Interiorly…If you could live in any state, which one would you choose and why?

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Complete the FollowingWrite “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

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What style is your house?

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Style of HomesCape Cod: This style originated in New England in the late 17th century.

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Style of HomesGeorgian Colonial: This is a symmetrical, orderly style that became prominent in Colonial America.

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Style of HomesFederal/Adam: Categorized under colonial style homes but has graceful details that distinguish them from the Georgian Colonial style.

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Style of HomesGreek Revival: Democratic ideals are reflected in the classical details of Greek Revival Homes.

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Style of HomesAntebellum: This was not so much of a style of home, as it was an era. Grand plantation homes.

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Style of HomesVictorian Gothic: This style features arches, pointed windows, and other details that resemble cathedrals.

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Style of HomesVictorian Italianate: This style was old world ideals transplanted to the United States.

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Style of HomesVictorian Stick: Trusses and stick work suggest medieval building techniques.

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Style of HomesFolk Victorian: No – fuss homes, using trim work made possible through mass production.

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Style of HomesShingle Style: These homes has rustic coastal style living.

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Style of HomesQueen Anne: Towers, turrets, wrap around porches and other fancy details.

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Style of HomesBeaux Arts: Swags, medallions, balconies, grand stairways and other lavish features.

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Style of HomesColonial Revival: Symmetrical houses combines with elements of Federal and Georgian architecture.

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Style of HomesMission: Stucco walls, arches inspired by Spanish mission churches.

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Style of HomesTudor, English Country: Half – timbered and other details suggest medieval building techniques.

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Style of HomesCotswold: Tudor cottage style, subtype of the Tudor Revival style.

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Style of HomesRenaissance: Elegant homes and villas modeled after the homes in Renaissance Europe.

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Style of HomesAmerican Foursquare: Practical, economical style became one of the most popular in the United States.

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Style of HomesPrairie School House: A low, linear style.

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Style of HomesCraftsman Bungalow: This style was modeled after the Arts and Crafts movement.

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Style of HomesSpanish Revival: Inspired by Spanish mission churches and Mediterranean style homes.

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Style of HomesFrench Inspired: Grand estates and quaint cottages inspired by the French.

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Style of HomesArt Moderne: Sleet, streamline, white walls, Cube shaped homes.

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Style of HomesRanch Style: Rambling home such as the Western Ranch, American Ranch, and Rambler.

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Style of HomesRaised Ranch: A ranch style home with a split level.

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Style of HomesA-Frame: Dramatic, sloping roof.

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Style of HomesPostmodern: Give the impression that anything goes.

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Style of HomesNeo Eclectic: Decorative details added from the past.

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Style of HomesDome: A geodesic dome technology pioneered by Buckminister Fuller.

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Style of HomesPueblo: Simple adobe structure that are favorable in the Southwestern part of the U.S.

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Style of HomesLog: Made of logs reflecting the North American Frontier.

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Style of HomesEarth: These can be made of straw, cob, earth and often underground.


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