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History of Architectural Styles

By: Hamlin, Alfred Dwight Foster, 1855-1926

...Subject, no. Extension Department 720.9 Albany, N. V. Syllabus 49 Dec. 1894 HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURAL STYLES EVOLUTION, DEVELOPMENT AND RELATIONS OF TH... ...xtension Department 720.9 Albany, N. V. Syllabus 49 Dec. 1894 HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURAL STYLES EVOLUTION, DEVELOPMENT AND RELATIONS OF THE HIS- TORIC T... ...ition, motives, detail; scale and proportion; decoration and ornament. " Style " and " styles "; his- toric styles. Architecture and civilization Anti... ...re and religion. Influence of geographic, political and racial relations. Evolution of styles Growth vs creation. Paradox of primitive origins. Styles... ...Early Christian and By- zantine art. Cathedral architecture. The renaissance. Oriental styles. References Fergusson. History of architecture. History ... ... art. Reber. History of ancient art. History of medieval art. Rosengarten. Handbook of architectural styles. Viollet-le-Duc. Discourses on architectur... ...emples in general. Dome ?tic .ad military archi- tecture. Decorative- art. HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURAL STYLES 3 Sepulchral architecture Successive types... ...ue. Liibke. Outlines of the history of art. Reber. History of ancient art. HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURAL STYLES Rosengarten. Handbook of architectural sty... ...e et roinaine. 6 EXTENSION SYLLABUS Reber. History of ancient art. Ta"ylor and Cresy. Architectural antiquities of Rome. Viollet-le-Duc. Discourses o...

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Architectural styles

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A Handbook of Architectural Styles

By: Rosengarten, A., Albert, B. 1809

...LESLEY COLLEGE From the Library of Nellie Zuckerman Cohen M2 A HANDBOOK ARCHITECTURAL STYLES A HANDBOOK OF Hrcbitcctural Stales TRANSLATED FRO... ... From the Library of Nellie Zuckerman Cohen M2 A HANDBOOK ARCHITECTURAL STYLES A HANDBOOK OF Hrcbitcctural Stales TRANSLATED FROM THE GERMAN O... ...DITORS PREFACE. The present volume, an English translation of a hand-book of Architectural Styles, well known and appreciated in Germany, deserves the... .... The present volume, an English translation of a hand-book of Architectural Styles, well known and appreciated in Germany, deserves the attention of ... ...ppeared to him that the English equivalent conveying the exact force of some architectural words or phrases employed in the original, could be better ... ...cially to Greek originals, both as a standard of taste and as models for the architectural treatment of modern works. This feeling, which held sway in... ... breathe a totally different inspiration ; while even the valuable series of architectural writings which we owe to the pen of Mr. Fergusson, are too ... ...ng in them, Ave see at once that the divisions relating to the architectural styles of antiquity and to modern styles, are likely to possess a great v... ...MITBL CONTENTS. FIRST BOOK. ANCIENT ARCHITECTURE, PAOI A. The ARCHiTECTURAt Styles of Antiquity ...«••! I. Indian Architecture , : . 1 a. Rock-Temple...

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Australian architectural styles

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... Glynn Gilling circa 1935. Australian architectural styles, like the revivalist trends which dominated Europe for... ... circa 1935. Australian architectural styles, like the revivalist trends which dominated Europe for centuries, ha... ... Background 1 Categories of styles 2 See also 3 ... ...century, the influences of immigrants also became evident. Imported exotic styles earlier than this can be found in a small number of historically sig... ...l and South-East Asian influences have had a minor influence on Australian architectural styles. Some architectural styles show th... ...st Asian influences have had a minor influence on Australian architectural styles. Some architectural styles show the direct influ... ...er. Categories of styles Australian Architectural Styles can be divided into 2 main categories: "Residential" a... ... Styles in detail: Australian residential architectural styles 30,000 BCE - present Australi... ...s 30,000 BCE - present Australian non-residential architectural styles 1788–present See also ...

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A Handbook of Architectural Styles

By: Albert Rosengarten; William Collett Sandars

... A HANDBOOK OF ARCHITECTURAL STYLES by A. ROSENGARTEN Classic Li... ... Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: A HANDBOOK OF ARCHITECTURAL STYLES Author: A. ROSENGARTEN Language: English Subject: F... ...llection World Public Library.org Title: A HANDBOOK OF ARCHITECTURAL STYLES Author: A. ROSENGARTEN Language: English Subject: Fiction, Litera... ...OR'S PREFACE. THE present volume, an English translation of a hand-book of Architectural Styles, well known and appreciated in Germany, deserves th... ... THE present volume, an English translation of a hand-book of Architectural Styles, well known and appreciated in Germany, deserves the attention of... ...eared to him that the English equivalent conveying the exact force of some architectural words or phrases employed in the ori¢naJ, could be bette-r... ...ially to Greek originals, both as a standard of taste and as models for the architectural treatment of modem works. This feeling, which held sway in... ...fhe "ft()'t'u. ()\ ~~ ~~-. / Iy r:~ IC~ ;?i­ ~~( rfYJ!· A HANDBOOK OF ARCHITECTURAL STYLES .. ZDnOR'S PRZFACIl. J lemporary English and Fren... ... ()\ ~~ ~~-. / Iy r:~ IC~ ;?i­ ~~( rfYJ!· A HANDBOOK OF ARCHITECTURAL STYLES .. ZDnOR'S PRZFACIl. J lemporary English and French writan on a...

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List of architectural styles

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...regional character. Most architecture can be classified as a chronology of styles which changes over time reflecting changing fashions, beliefs and re... ...ns, or the emergence of new ideas, technology, or materials which make new styles possible. Styles therefore emerge from the histo... ... emerge from the history of a society and are documented in the subject of architectural history. At any time several styles may be fashionable, and w... ...re documented in the subject of architectural history. At any time several styles may be fashionable, and when a style changes it usually does so grad... ... it usually does so gradually, as architects learn and adapt to new ideas. Styles often spread to other places, so that the style at its source contin... ...ia, South Africa, and Canada, and influenced Europe and the United States. Architecturally, they were revivalists who modified old styles to suit new ... ... Australian architectural styles ... ... National Register of Historic Places architectural style categories ... ...le categories Architectural design values ...

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Architectural Styles for Country Houses; The Characteristics and Merits of Various Types of Architecture as Set Forth by Enthusiastic Advocates

By: Saylor, Henry H. (Henry Hodgman), B. 1880

...ture Collection World Public Library.org FOR COUNTRY HOUSES Title: ARCHITECTURAL STYLES FOR COUNTRY HOUSES Author: HENRY H. SAYLOR Language: E... ...n World Public Library.org FOR COUNTRY HOUSES Title: ARCHITECTURAL STYLES FOR COUNTRY HOUSES Author: HENRY H. SAYLOR Language: English Subjec... ...e box.out of a mold, not the least troublesome will be the selection of an architectural style. As he visits the new homes of his friends his mind is ... ...d by the so- called " Chicago School," into which the dry bones of past 2 ARCHITECTURAL STYLES FOR COUNTRY HOUSES civilizations and peoples long dead... ...alled " Chicago School," into which the dry bones of past 2 ARCHITECTURAL STYLES FOR COUNTRY HOUSES civilizations and peoples long dead have not been... ...nd attractive it will become. He is constantly finding new interest in the architectural style he has adapted as being best suited to his needs and de... ...ically but two fundamental types of architecture, and all the numerous sub-styles are va- riations of these two. They are the Classic with its child, ... ...gration added a new inspiration to the jaded minds of the architects of 8 ARCHITECTURAL STYLES FOR COUNTRY HOUSES Europe, at that time exhausted by e... ...a new inspiration to the jaded minds of the architects of 8 ARCHITECTURAL STYLES FOR COUNTRY HOUSES Europe, at that time exhausted by excesses in the...

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Architectural history

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... Architectural historians ... ... Architectural history by country ... ... Architectural history lists ... ... Architectural styles ... ... Architectural styles ... ... Revival architectural styles ... ... Revival architectural styles ... ... B Baluster Battle of the Styles Belvedere Apartments (Columbia, Missouri) Be... ...e Kerr L List of architectural styles List of open-air and living museums Longhua ...

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The History and Rudiments of Architecture; Embracing, I. The Orders of Architecture; Ii. Architectural Styles of Various Countries; Iii. The Nature and Principles of Design in Architecture; And, Iv. An Accurate and Complete Glossary of Architectural Terms

By: Bullock, John, Ed

... AND RUDIMENTS OP ARCHITECTURE; EMBRACING, I. The Orders of Architecture ; II. Architectural Styles of various Countries ; III. The Nature and Princip... ... OP ARCHITECTURE; EMBRACING, I. The Orders of Architecture ; II. Architectural Styles of various Countries ; III. The Nature and Principles of Design ... ...reatise on that system would be simply a description of samples of the various styles of architecture which are described in other parts of the work. ... ...le that IV. PREFACE. settled the country. It was not a mixture of the various styles that was produced, but there was practiced copies of the various... ...liar style. JOHN BULLOCK, Editor. CONTENTS. L—THE ORDERS. By W. H. Leeds. II. STYLES OF VARIOUS COUNTRIES. By T. Bury. III. DESIGNINARCHITECTURE—ITSP... ...ry. III. DESIGNINARCHITECTURE—ITSPRINCIPLES. By E. L. Garbett. IY. GLOSSARY OF ARCHITECTURAL TERMS. By the Editor. HISTORY AND RUDIMENTS OF ARCHITE... ...e Editor. HISTORY AND RUDIMENTS OF ARCHITECTURE. BOOK I. THE ORDERS. In its architectural meaning, the term order refers to the system of columniat... ..., laid upon the architrave transversely. The metopes, on the contrary, are not architectural members, but merely the intervals or spaces between the t... ...merely in itself, is generally regarded as neither beautiful nor applicable to architectural purposes, may be rendered eminently beautiful and satisfa...

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Architectural theory

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...(1856) by Eugène Viollet-le-Duc ]] Architectural theory is the act of thinking, discussing, and writing about... ...ory is the act of thinking, discussing, and writing about architecture . Architectural theory is taught in most architecture schools and is practice... ...logue, the treatise or book, and the paper project or competition entry . Architectural theory is often didactic, and theorists tend to stay close to... ...isted in some form since antiquity, and as publishing became more common, architectural theory gained an increased richness. Books, magazines, and jo... ...mount of works by architects and critics in the 20th century. As a result, styles and movements formed and dissolved much more quickly than the relati... ... History Antiquity There is little information or evidence about major architectural theory in antiquity, until the 1st century BCE, with the work... ...can Architecture in August 1843 in which he rejected the imitation of old styles of buildings and outlined the functional relationship between archit...

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Homes of Moderate Size; A Collection of Photographs and Plans of Modern Suburban and Country Homes, Following the Colonial, Italian and English Architectural Styles, And Arranged Accordingly

By: Dalzell, Kenneth Whitney, 1889; Hammel, Edward F., Ed

...dern Suburban and Country Homes, following the Colonial, Italian and English architectural styles, and arranged accord- ingly. Selected for their arti... ...and Country Homes, following the Colonial, Italian and English architectural styles, and arranged accord- ingly. Selected for their artistic merit and... ...ve out without walking through mud and wet to a detached building. It has an architectural value, as in this case for instance, in balancing the sun p... ... Irving W. Porter is a variation of the Dutch Colonial cottage, deriving its architectural interest mainly from the roof lines. There is no outstandin... ...esign. The furnish- ings, though of a mixture of Italian, English and French styles are of the same period and in harmony with the character of the ho... ...vided, if necessary, by finishing the third story ; the houses to be of good architectural style, but simple and of a design permitting the greatest e...

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Architectural periods

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Jamaica Plain Preservation Study

By: Boston Redevelopment Authority

...Description: ...a submission to the MA Historical Commission consisting of an architectural and historical study of Boston's Jamaica Plain neighborhood; includes a topographical history of the area, review of architectural styles, description of sub-areas, methodology used and specific recommendations ...

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Architectural design values

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...same values and intentions. Value and intentions differ between different architectural movements . It also differs between different schools of arc... ...has varied throughout history. Aesthetic design values The expansion of architectural and industrial design ideas and vocabularies which took place... ... and diverse aesthetic reality has typically been created within different architectural and industrial design movements such as: Modernism, Postmod... ...y to experiment with form, materials, and ornament to create new aesthetic styles and aesthetic vocabulary. Changes in aesthetic styles and expression... ...een, and still are, both synchronic and diachronic, as different aesthetic styles are produced and promoted simultaneously. A number of values which ... ...ed and/or be the base used when designing.Gelernter, M. (1995). Sources of architectural form: a critical history of Western design theory. Manchester... ...e that expresses the uniqueness related to that time.Brolin, B. C. (2000). Architectural ornament: banishment and return. New York, Norton. The stru... ... is to re-use and be inspired by already existing aesthetical elements and styles. However, the traditional approach also implies other aspects such a... ...bate where architecture should be based on traditional topology and design styles i.e. classical and vernacular base architecture or if it should be a...

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Automatic Architectural Style Recognition : Volume Xxxviii-5/W16, Issue 1 (10/09/2012)

By: S. Haegler; L. Van Gool; A. Martinovic; J. Weissenberg; M. Mathias

...nation of the building style has remained a manual task. In this paper, we propose an algorithm which automates this process through classification of architectural styles from facade images. Our classifier first identifies the images containing buildings, then separates individual facades within an image and determines the building style. This information could then be used t...

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Architectural Institute of Japan

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...ute was founded in 1886 as an institute for architects. It was renamed the Architectural Institute in 1905, and given its present name in 1947. ... ...ournal of Architecture and Building Science, Transactions of AIJ, Selected Architectural Designs of the Architectural Institute of Japan, the AIJ Jour... ...ng Engineering (JAABE), and technical standards and specifications for the architectural design and construction professions. It also publishes the re... ... Notes ^ a b "About AIJ". Architectural Institute of Japan. Archived from the original on 27 February... ...09. Retrieved 2009-02-21.  ^ "Prizes". Architectural Institute of Japan. Archived from the original on 27 February... ... Styles ... ... Roof styles ... ... Styles ... ... Roof styles ...

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1984 Survey and Planning Grant, Part I-Parker Hill/Mission Hill Project Completion Report

By: Boston Landmarks Commission (Boston, Mass.)

...istoric preservation study of the Parker Hill / Mission Hill area in Boston's Roxbury neighborhood; includes a brief history of the area, a review of architectural styles and building types and makes recommendations concerning National Register of Historic Places, Boston landmark districts, architectural conservation districts, etc.; includes some sample inventory forms; a...

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House styles

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...Common current and past architectural styles of private residences . as distinct from the list of Housing types...

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Fenway Project Completion Report, Vol. Pt.2 V.2

By: Boston Landmarks Commission (Boston, Mass.)

...Description: ...part 1 includes brief history of the Fenway and reviews architectural styles; recommends candidates for nomination to the NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES, for Boston landmark districts and architectural conservation districts; part 2 contains inventory forms for specific prop...

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Architectural sculpture in the United States

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...porary clay model. see also Architectural sculpture Architectural sculpture ... ...nt in the United States 2 The production of architectural sculpture in terra cotta 3 Not... ...sculpture in terra cotta 3 Notable American architectural sculptors 4 External links ... ... Development in the United States Widespread use of architectural sculpture in the United States began around 1870, and hit its... ...nd hit its high point between 1890 and 1920 while evolving through several styles. In that period most major public buildings were designed with sculp... ... Without completely disappearing, the practice declined with the advent of architectural modernism around 1940. Integrated sculptu... ...nd hit its high point between 1890 and 1920 while evolving through several styles. In that period most major public buildings were designed with sculp...

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Fenway Project Completion Report

By: Boston Landmarks Commission (Boston, Mass.)

...Description: ...part 1 includes brief history of the Fenway and reviews architectural styles; recommends candidates for nomination to the NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES, for Boston landmark districts and architectural conservation districts; part 2 contains inventory forms for specific prop...

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List of house styles

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...of conventions followed by a publisher. See house style . This is a list of styles in residence construction. This list predominately refers to ... ...les in residence construction. This list predominately refers to American architectural styles. Such styles as Tudor, Palladian, Georgian can on... ...nce construction. This list predominately refers to American architectural styles. Such styles as Tudor, Palladian, Georgian can only be found in... ...cts of style except the basic structure. To muddy the waters further, revival styles sometimes have revivals. Many homes will not fit into a single ... ...een Anne style. The Queen Anne style was, itself, an adulteration of previous styles — a 19th-century version of Post-Modern. Thus this list is not ...

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Fenway Project Completion Report, Vol. Pt.2 V.1

By: Boston Landmarks Commission (Boston, Mass.)

...Description: ...part 1 includes brief history of the Fenway and reviews architectural styles; recommends candidates for nomination to the NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES, for Boston landmark districts and architectural conservation districts; part 2 contains inventory forms for specific prop...

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Glazed architectural terra-cotta

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...aterials found in U.S. urban environments. It is the glazed version of architectural terra-cotta ; the material in both its glazed and unglazed ve... ...ichly ornamented detail. Glazed terra-cotta played a significant role in architectural style s such as the Chicago School and Beaux-Arts architec... ..., also known in Great Britain as faience and sometimes referred to as "architectural ceramics", was closely associated with the work of Cass Gilb... ...ing in New York City and the Wrigley Building in Chicago . Glazed architectural terra-cotta offered a modular, varied and relatively inexpens... ...e material promoted the durable, impervious and adaptable nature of glazed architectural terra-cotta. It could accommodate subtle nuances of modeling... ...one, brick or with real brownstone and associated with the architectural styles of Richard Upjohn, James Renwick, Jr., H. H. Richardson . # Fire...

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South Boston preservation study

By: Boston Landmarks Commission (Boston, Mass. ); Boston Redevelopment Authority

......contains a brief topographical history of Boston's South Boston area; reviews architectural styles of it's buildings; discusses sub-areas (South Boston West, South Boston East, Andrew Square, and Telegraph Hill); includes recommendations for National R...

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Ramona Street Architectural District

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... October 3, 1980 The Ramona Street Architectural District, in downtown Palo Alto, California, is a Registered ... ...ive business block. It showcases the Spanish Colonial and Early California styles with gentle archways, wrought iron work, tile roofs of varying heigh... ... References "Ramona Street Architectural District". California's Historic Silicon Valley. National Par... ... Architectural style categories ... ... Ramona Street Architectural District ... ... October 3, 1980 The Ramona Street Architectural District, in downtown Palo Alto, California, is a Registered ... ...ive business block. It showcases the Spanish Colonial and Early California styles with gentle archways, wrought iron work, tile roofs of varying heigh...

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Principle in Art, etc

By: Patmore, Coventry Kersey Dighton, 1823-1896

...St. James's Gazette during the editorship of Mr. Greenwood. The Essay on " Architectural Styles " contains a summary of principles which I stated, som... ...zette during the editorship of Mr. Greenwood. The Essay on " Architectural Styles " contains a summary of principles which I stated, some thirty years... ... 146 XXIII. "Old English" Architecture, Ancient and Modern . . . 154 XXIV. Architectural Styles . . . 160 XXV. Thoughts on Knowledge, Opinion, and Ine... ...ld English" Architecture, Ancient and Modern . . . 154 XXIV. Architectural Styles . . . 160 XXV. Thoughts on Knowledge, Opinion, and Inequality .... 2... ...e when Pugin for the first time authori- tatively asserted and proved that architectural decoration could never properly be an addition to constructiv... ...special form of decoration that properly charac- terises each of the great styles of architecture. Therefore, while his law of constructional decora- ... ...itutes the whole secret of effect in many an old house that strikes us as "architectural" though it may not contain a single item of archi- tectural o... ... that a modest ostentation of extreme substantiality is also an element of architectural effect in the kind of building contemplated. This, indeed, is... ...ion of the upper story supplies this additional space. XXIV ARCHITECTURAL STYLES I Every one has a perfectly definite impression of what is meant by ...

...erson.--Crabbe and Shelley.--Shall Smith have a statue--Ideal and material greatness in architecture.--Old English architecture, ancient and modern.--Architectural styles.--Thoughts on knowledge, opinion and inequality...

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Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum

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...Main entrance to the Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum ... ...in the museum. The Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum (江戸東京たてもの園, Edo Tōkyō Tatemono En, lit. "Edo Tokyo Bui... ...les visitors to enter and explore a wide variety of buildings of different styles, periods, and purposes, from upper-class homes to pre-war shops, pub... ... See also Meiji Mura, an open-air architectural museum/theme park in Inuyama, near Nagoya in Aichi prefecture...

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South Boston Preservation Study

By: Boston Landmarks Commission (Boston, Mass.); Boston Redevelopment Authority

...Contains a brief topographical history of Boston's South Boston area; reviews architectural styles of it's buildings; discusses sub-areas (South Boston West, South Boston East, Andrew Square, and Telegraph Hill); includes recommendations for National Register of Historic Places nomination and Boston La...

...Additional Subjects: Columbia Park, Boston (Mass.); Architectural Conservation Districts; Architecture; Buildings; Historic preservation; Independence Square, Boston (Mass.); Landmarks; Telegraph Hill, Boston (Mass.)...

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List of architectural works by Edmund Sharpe

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...pe, Paley and Austin. Edmund Sharpe (1809–77) was an English architect, architectural historian, railway engineer, and sani... ...gland, including the design of bridges and the planning of new lines. In 1851 he resigned from his architectural practice, and in 1856 he moved from L... ...a final church near to his home.[1] Sharpe achieved national recognition as an architectural historian. He devised a new scheme fo... ...ed national recognition as an architectural historian. He devised a new scheme for classifying the styles of English Gothic architecture, published bo... ... new scheme for classifying the styles of English Gothic architecture, published books of detailed architectural drawings, and towards the end of his ... ...ecome a major occupation of contemporary architects.[1] This list contains the architectural works designed by Sharpe before Paley...

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Project Completion Report, 1977 Survey and Planning Grant

By: Boston Landmarks Commission (Boston, Mass.)

...ption: ...presents the results of a preservation survey of Boston's Dorchester / Mattapan neighborhood; briefly describes various districts and their architectural styles and makes recommendations; includes information related to a three decker survey, copies of National Register of Historic Places Inventory nomination forms for the Roswell Gleason House and All Saint's Ch...

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Style (visual arts)

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...tyle of the artist within that group style. Divisions within both types of styles are often made, such as between "early", "middle" or "late".[4] In s... ...Prehistoric art or Ancient Egyptian art to the rapid changes in Modern art styles. Style often develops in a series of jumps, with relatively sudden c... ...sts may choose to define and name their own style. The names of most older styles are the invention of art historians and would not have been understo... ...istorians and would not have been understood by the practitioners of those styles. Some originated as terms of derision, including Gothic, Baroque, an... ...otably Chinese art, has a marked tendency to revive at intervals "classic" styles from the past.[10] In critical analysis of the visual arts, the styl... ...period styles, "Romanesque" and "Gothic" were initially coined to describe architectural styles, where major changes between styles can be clearer and... ...han style in figurative art such as painting. Terms originated to describe architectural periods were often subsequently applied to other areas of the...

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1984 survey and planning grant, part i - parker hill / mission hill project completion report

By: Boston Landmarks Commission (Boston, Mass. ); Boston Redevelopment Authority

...istoric preservation study of the Parker Hill / Mission Hill area in Boston's Roxbury neighborhood; includes a brief history of the area, a review of architectural styles and building types and makes recommendations concernin...

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Pevsner Architectural Guides

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Principle in art, etc

By: Patmore, Coventry Kersey Dighton, 1823-1896

...rson. -Crabbe and Shelley. -Shall Smith have a statue?--Ideal and material greatness in architecture. -Old English architecture, ancient and modern. -Architectural styles. -Thoughts on knowledge, opinion and inequality...

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Sharqi architecture

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By: Patmore, Coventry Kersey Dighton

... Emerson. Crabbe and Shelley. Shall Smith have a statue?--Ideal and material greatness in architecture. Old English architecture, ancient and modern. Architectural styles. Thoughts on knowledge, opinion and inequality; Burns Library copy: presentation copy (to Herbert Fisher?) and in dark blue cloth casing...

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Serbo-Byzantine architecture

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...xample of the Serbo-Byzantine Style (UNESCO World Heritage Site) The Serbo-Byzantine architectural style or Varda... ... The Serbo-Byzantine architectural style or Vardar architectural school (or "style"), is an ecclesiastical architectural style that flo... ...ring the reign of the Nemanjić dynasty. It was developed through fusing contemporary Byzantine architecture and the Raška architectural school to form... ...t was even more influenced by the Byzantine art tradition.[1] It is one of the widespread traditional architectural styles of the ... ...e influenced by the Byzantine art tradition.[1] It is one of the widespread traditional architectural styles of the Serbian Orthod... ... It is one of the widespread traditional architectural styles of the Serbian Orthodox Church, alongside the earlier Raška architectural school and lat... ... Categories Articles with Serbian-language external links Serbian architectural styles ...

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Principle in Art, etc

By: Patmore, Coventry Kersey Dighton, 1823-1896

...erson.--Crabbe and Shelley.--Shall Smith have a statue--Ideal and material greatness in architecture.--Old English architecture, ancient and modern.--Architectural styles.--Thoughts on knowledge, opinion and inequality...

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