Early American Architecture.

by Hugh Morrison

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ISBN 100195009991

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See search Cited by: 7. For the general reader or nonspecialist, Early American Architecture provides an informative and entertaining survey, written with a minimum of technical jargon, and abundantly supplied with clarifying comments, notes, and diagrams.

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book from early settlers' primitive cabins to Greek Revival mansions of the early s. Nearly illustrations complement the text, praised by The New York Times as "entertaining, vigorous, and clearly written."/5.

Hailed as "a model of scholarship" by the Saturday Review, thisÿcomprehensive survey of domestic and public architecture ranges from early settlers' primitive cabinsÿto Greek Revival mansions of the early s.

Nearly illustrations complement the text, praised byÿThe New York Timesÿas "entertaining, vigorous, and clearly written.". This book is a classic which deserves to be in the library of any serious student of American architecture.

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The essays in this collection represent the type of research that has reshaped our understanding of early American architecture over the past thirty years.

Carl R. Lounsbury, three-time winner of the prestigious Abbott Lowell Cummings Award offered by the Vernacular Architecture Forum, traces the manner in which domestic, ecclesiastical, and Cited by: 1. Ultimately, early colonial homes in the United States were vernacular—that is, local, domestic, pragmatic architecture built with native construction materials.

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Wright's Prairie School designs inspired America's love affair with the Ranch Style home, a simpler and smaller version of the low-lying, horizontal structure with a predominate chimney.

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O.R. Eggers. $; $; Publisher Description. These 53 magnificent drawings by a distinguished architect recapture landmarks of colonial America. Originally published inOtto Reinhold Eggers' portfolio of pencil sketches depicts historic structures.

The architecture of the United States demonstrates a broad variety of architectural styles and built forms over the country's history of over two centuries of independence and former Spanish and British rule. Architecture in the United States has been shaped by many internal and external factors and regional distinctions.

As a whole it represents a rich eclectic and innovative tradition. American colonial architecture includes several building design styles associated with the colonial period of the United States, including First Period English (late-medieval), French Colonial, Spanish Colonial, Dutch Colonial, and Georgian.

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Historic Houses of Early America By Elise Lathrop Tudor Publication Company, Read preview. American architecture, the architecture produced in the geographical area that now constitutes the United States. Early History American architecture properly begins in the 17th cent.

with the colonization of the North American continent. This guide is intended as an introduction to American domestic architectural styles beginning with seventeenth-century colonial architecture through the Colonial Revival architecture of the early twentieth century.

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