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Get Your House Right

Author : Marianne Cusato
ISBN : 1402736282
Genre : Architecture
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"In this comprehensive and authoratative guide, Marianne Cusato explains why so many of today's traditional-style buildings miss the mark; describes the essential elements of a house, how they work together, and how to use them appropriately; and shows how to avoid common mistakes at every stage of the design and construction process"--Cover, p. 2.

Get Your House Right

Author : Marianne Cusato
ISBN : 1402791038
Genre : Architecture
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The designer of the Gulf Coast rebuilt Katrina Cottages offers the “dos” and “don'ts” of livable home design, explaining how to build a beautiful, timeless home that relies on structural common sense, neighborhood appropriateness and sustainability. Original.

The Just Right Home

Author : Marianne Cusato
ISBN : 9780761168911
Genre : Business & Economics
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Offers a guide to finding the perfect home, covering such topics as renting versus buying, mortgages, assessing neighborhoods, budgeting, evaluating a property's condition, and determining energy use and efficiency.

Theory Of Mouldings

Author : Charles Howard Walker
ISBN : 0393732339
Genre : Architecture
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Republication of a classic 1926 study that looks at mouldings from historical, practical, aesthetic, and perceptual points of view. With the revival of interest in traditional design, practitioners, students, and historians have begun to study and use the vocabulary of forms that so enriched our architectural heritage. None are as ubiquitous as mouldings, yet an in-depth analysis of them has been absent. This book fills an important gap in the current discourse of building. 92 illustrations.

Creating A New Old House

Author : Russell Versaci
ISBN : 1561587923
Genre : Architecture
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Explains how to transform a new home by adding character and authentic detailing by incorporating elements of traditional style that offer a sense of place without sacrificing comfort or the convenience of a new house. Reprint. 20,000 first printing.

Georgian Architectural Designs And Details

Author : Abraham Swan
ISBN : 9780486140032
Genre : Architecture
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Outstanding designs for homes in Georgian England and colonial America, with floor plans and detailed elevations revealing such aesthetic touches as double staircases, elegant entryways, and spacious galleries. 125 illustrations.

American House Styles A Concise Guide Second Edition

Author : John Milnes Baker
ISBN : 9781682682258
Genre : Architecture
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“An engaging historical account and an attractive, practical resource.” —Booklist Colonial, Neoclassical, Queen Anne, Craftsman—what distinguishes one architectural style from another? This unique book will allow readers to recognize the architectural features and style of virtually any house they encounter. Here, architect John Milnes Baker explains the historical, cultural, and technical influences that shaped each of these styles and many more. Organized in periods, from Early Colonial (1600–1715) to the Modern Movement (1920–60) and beyond, this tour of America’s varied residential architecture is rendered in elevation drawings that precisely illustrate the key characteristics of each style. Nearly 25 years since the original publication of American House Styles, this updated edition includes a new preface and house styles from the mid-1990s to the present—from the rise and fall of the McMansion to energy-efficient, regionally influenced homes. The illustrations, now in color, are more delightful than ever in a new, larger format. This a must-have volume for anyone interested in architecture or adding a bit of style to their home.

A Field Guide To American Houses

Author : Virginia Savage McAlester
ISBN : 9780375710827
Genre : Architecture
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Provides in-depth descriptions and illustrations of architectural styles and features of everyday domestic dwellings across the United States.

The Abrams Guide To American House Styles

Author : William Morgan
ISBN : 0810949431
Genre : Architecture
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A tour of the approximately twenty styles of domestic architecture common to the United States identifies and defines each style--including Colonial, Craftsman, Modern, and Deco--providing historical summaries, sample photographs, and regional information. 20,000 first printing.

Designing Your Perfect House Lessons From An Architect

Author : William J. Hirsch, Jr.
ISBN : 9780979882029
Genre : Architecture
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Freshly updated, this 2nd edition of Designing Your Perfect House has tones of priceless advice and color illustrations. It is an essential guidebook for navigating the mystifying process of house design, remodeling and building. Now its better than ever and includes a bonus lesson, Building Green, Naturally. Architect Hirsch draws on decades of experience and uses his enjoyable, easy to read writing style to convey sage advice guaranteed to help you design or remodel the perfect house for you, while controlling the process and saving money along the way.

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