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Several Architectural Designs

By Clay Bowling

The Architectural Garrison Design

An attractive house that includes a number of special features is a modern presentation for the traditional Garrison. A distinguishing feature is the overhanging second story. This construction technique includes a number of advantages. First the separate corner post on each floor make it possible to use shorter, stronger posts. Secondly The short straight lines provide economy in framing materials. Last but not least extra space is added at the second level by the overhang at very little extra cost. The steep pitch roof adds attic space. Narrow siding maintains the traditional styling.

The Salt Box Design

An interesting and easily recognizable Colonial is the Salt Box, it is a direct offshoot of the basic colonial half house, resulting in a long roofline sloping gently from ridge to eaves. Many of today's beautiful homes have borrowed from this distinctive style, developed by master builders of early American times. The Salt Bo. House gets its name from the shape of coffee, tea, cracker, and salt boxes found in Colonial stores. The side elevations of these containers had the same general shape as this fascinating architectural style. Variations of this style are used to enhance many new homes.

The long low roofline at the rear of the house came about by the addition of "lean-to" structures being attached to add more living space. As further developments evolved, the low slanting roof was helpful in combating the bitter winds common to New England winters.

The southern Colonial Design

One of the most gracious of all the Colonials is the traditional Southern Colonial. The style, which reflects the warmth, quaintness, and hospitality of the old south, is shown throughout the Southern Colonial. This modern design borrows many of the fine details of the Southern Colonial to express a mood of elegance and traditional charm. The outstanding architectural features are the front colonnade and the giant portico. The extended portico sheltered the front entrance from the weather and kept direct sunlight from glaring into the first and second story rooms. These homes were usually massive, with upper and lower balconies, three story chimney for bedroom fireplaces, ornate woodwork and iron trim, and a roof over the driveway to protect persons using the side entrance. Many of these features of the Southern Colonial may be adapted to the aesthetic qualities of modern homes.

It is evident that the influences of the past, both in beauty and function, have had a profound effect on modern home designs. On the other hand, many new materials, appliances and modes of living have caused the architect to "think out" ways to plan homes for all styles of modern living. The modern American home is a combination of many of these factors.

Modern Structures

The style of houses, that is generally called modern, is the result of years of architectural planning, design and evolution. Many are will planned while others lack imagination or design balance. Some inexpensive homes are functionally satisfactory for a family, yet for economical measure, the exterior styling may have to be quite conservative in the use of a variety of materials. The ability of the architect and the needs ofr finances of the family are two factors which generally dictate the modern styles being planned.

The term modern or contemporary does not denote any one particular architectural style. Most modern homes borrow some distinctive features from more traditional structures. Others appear almost independent of past designs, and it makes little difference in our society just what constitutes modern styling. The most important job for the architect is to design a home that satisfies the customer, one that he or she may live in with pride and joy. In today's society, individual tastes vary to the extent that many people desire a house that is distinctly different from other houses. The owner may have a great satisfaction that his house represents his style of living and individuality. He may enjoy the warmth of natural wood, or solid structural design of a brick home.

The rapid development of new construction materials and methods of fabrication has made it possible to design homes that require a minimum of maintenance, for example some make use of extensive glass, or place the emphasis on exposed structural members.

The Ranch Design

One Prominent modern architectural home style is the ranch home. This is basically a lone, low, one story house that grew out of the "ranchers" homes of the southwestern part of the country. The plain ranch design generally has a low pitched roof with gables and overhanging eaves. It is normally built on a concrete slab with no basement. However, over the years ranch homes have taken on many newer features. They usually have a one or two car attached garage. Basements are often added, and many have gone to an L shape to add interest and break up the straight line effect. Skylights and cathedral ceilings, provide variations.

New design concepts and additions to the basic ranch style have probably added more to the development of contemporary of futuristic homes than any other major factors. The ranch has taken new twists, turns, angles and curves to the enchantment of the architect of today and tomorrow.




Architectural Designs and Styles

By Nevaeh Adams

From traditional buildings to the modern, elite homes-architectural designs and styles have undergone a phenomenal change. Modern architects usually take inspiration and guide from the old styles of architecture to construct something that's classy and functional. Today, one can find modern architectural drawing software to make things easier for professional architects. These modern architectural renderings help to showcase the design even in a three-dimensional form.

Chilotan architecture a popular style of architecture. This architectural style is seen on the Chiloe Island and all the neighboring areas. All the earlier houses were built with wood, and roof shingles were also incorporated in the construction.

Gothic architecture was prominent during the high and the late medieval period and began at the Abbey of Saint-Denis. There are certain characteristics that are particularly symbolic of Gothic architecture such as the pointed arches, large individual windows, flamboyant designs and the emphasis on the creation of vertical lines in the design.

Victorian is not actually a style, but a period in history, and Victorian architecture comes in many forms. There are the austere stick style homes, the fanciful Gothic Revival cottages, and the majestic Italianates. When people think about the Victorian architecture, they generally fancy homes with lavish features, wrap-around porches and elaborate trim.

With the sleek, streamlined appearance of a modern machine, Art Moderne architecture expresses the spirit of a new, technological age. Art Moderne truly reflects the spirit of the early twentieth century. Expressing excitement over technological advancements, high speed transportation, and innovative new construction techniques, Art Moderne also proves to be a pragmatic style because these simple dwellings are so easy and economical to build.




Great Architectural Designs of Australia

By Connor R Sullivan

Whether you are fitting wire partitions to your home or looking at the structure of a bridge, the effects of architecture are everywhere. Great architecture is not just functional, with devices such as pillars, facades and cantilever racking; these creations can become considered real works of art. Australia is a country not usually known for great architecture, as this is usually a compliment reserved for countries that have existed for thousands of years and have a lengthy history of art, but there are a number of famous works of architecture in this country. This article will discuss a few of these buildings and the cultural effects they have had.

The Sydney Opera house is located in Sydney, Australia and was built at the behest of Queen Elizabeth the Second. A Hungarian man, who never felt his efforts were properly acknowledged, designed it. At the time of his death a couple of years ago, however, he was acknowledged by the Australian public, with news programs carrying the story of his death and the effect his creation has had.

The Opera House is located in Sydney Harbor, and going over the harbor is the Sydney Harbor Bridge. This bridge took decades to create and is one of Australia's most famous landmarks, along with the Opera House. It opened in the 1950's to considerable controversy. At the time the ribbon was about to be cut to symbolize the opening of the bridge, a man rode in on horseback and shouted, "I declare the bridge open!", bringing the sword he was carrying down and cutting the ribbon. This wasn't a rehearsed stunt but the act of a brazen man breaking the law, and he was promptly arrested. The ribbon was put back together and the bridge "officially" opened. Despite this, many Australians like to think of this lone figure as the man who really opened the bridge, and admire his zaniness and courage at such an act.

While these are the two most popular of Australia's designs, there are many others. Melbourne is the capital of the state of Victoria, and has the area known as Federation Square. Some think this to be a rather bizarrely shaped design, with the large SBS Television building being designed in a seemingly random fashion, somewhat similar to the new London Olympics logo.

Australia is also the home of a rather strange design practice. While no one is really sure why, there are a number of tourist traps situated around Australia that boast sculptures of items that are created on a very large scale. These are known as The Big Prawn, The Big Banana, The Big Marino, The Big Pineapple and a couple of others. It is not really clear why these structures have become a hallmark of Australia, but it seems to reflect something about the strange Australian sense of humor.

While there is nothing to compare Australia with countries like Italy and Greece in terms of feats of engineering, there are a number of structures that regularly attract tourists looking to see unique designs in a beautiful setting.




Architectural Designs For Lighting With Vertical Blinds

By Judith Persit

It would not be difficult to develop a huge list of positive phrases involving light, simply by polling at a shopping mall. We see this in English phrases like "let the sun shine in" and "you light up my life." It is strange and very ironic that the sun and excessive light can blind us on the one hand, and can also be an aid in sight on the other hand. The warm sunlight shining in can really show off a room and make it glow. It's no surprise that we want to dim the light sometimes, even though light can liven up a room. Or perhaps we don't want light in the room at all. Light, then, is a curse, not a blessing. The solution for this problem is vertical blinds.

There's a mind dizzying array of choices, with hundreds of vertical blind types out there. The million-dollar question is which type of vertical blind will be the best to buy? To control light simply and inexpensively, but still attractively, consider using aluminum vertical blinds. These are quite simple to use. They can be pulled up and down with cords on opposite sides, which allows you to control the measure of light you want. They deflect the sun's rays, blocking light and allowing you to spend less on air conditioning. In addition to being functional, they come in a long list of colors: the primary colors and all the hues in the middle. Also offered are special styles, such as woodprints. They may be fundamentally basic, but vertical blinds are inexpensive and a simple way to control light.

When you want natural sunlight to light up your rooms, and shine in the daytime, try vertical blinds made with fabric. The verticals made of high quality woven fabric are not only very beautiful but they last for a long time too. They're attractive, but the main benefit here is the lighting. When fabric vertical blinds are retracted fully, almost the whole window is open to view and the light can then warm the space inside. Be sure to note that the blind can be moved across the window, so the window can be opened, and they are always ready to rotate. Rotating blinds gives you 180 degrees of control over light. In other words, when closed, the fabric vertical vanes can be flipped completely in the other direction. This allows more or less light to filter through your vertical blinds. You can move them in the full range, which gives you lots of control.

PVC vertical blinds, or plastic vertical blinds, are another solution for light management. Don't think you have to pick ugly pieces of plastic! That's no longer the case. PVC vertical blinds are made in several styles, all equally attractive. You can find a wide variety of PVC verticals, in various textures and patterns. These let you block lots of light or just a bit. Look for thicker patterns in PVC vertical blinds, since they give you more sun protection. Denser materials will keep their shape and the color will last a long time. Keep in mind, here, that the sun's rays can be destructive to light blocking products just like it can be to your eyes.

All of us adore the sunlight and sunbeams, but sometimes it is not reasonable to have light coming in. Consider purchasing vertical blinds to help you with this. You can't go wrong here: this option is easy to set up, quick to clean, and lets you control the light in many different ways. Several stores sell quality brands of vertical blinds. Purchase some now and you'll never have to squint again!

 
 

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At moments of great enthusiasm it seems to me that no one in the world has ever made something this beautiful and important.
 M.C. Escher

I am essentially a painter of the kind of still life composition that communicates a sense of tranquillity and privacy, moods which I have always valued above all else.
 Giorgio Morandi

A sincere artist is not one who makes a faithful attempt to put on to canvas what is in front of him, but one who tries to create something which is, in itself, a living thing.
 William Dobell

The holy grail is to spend less time making the picture than it takes people to look at it.
 Banksy

To become truly immortal, a work of art must escape all human limits: logic and common sense will only interfere. But once these barriers are broken, it will enter the realms of childhood visions and dreams.
 Giorgio de Chirico

Our society is run by insane people for insane objectives. I think we're being run by maniacs for maniacal ends and I think I'm liable to be put away as insane for expressing that. That's what's insane about it.
 John Lennon

The music that really turns me on is either running toward God or away from God. Both recognize the pivot, that God is at the center of the jaunt.
 Bono

There's no retirement for an artist, it's your way of living so there's no end to it.
 Henry Moore

You come to nature with all her theories, and she knocks them all flat.
 Renoir

Iím not an abstractionist. Iím not interested in the relationship of color or form or anything else. Iím interested only in expressing basic human emotions: tragedy, ecstasy, doom, and so on.
 Mark Rothko

Painting is so poetic, while sculpture is more logical and scientific and makes you worry about gravity.
 Damien Hirst

Reason is powerless in the expression of Love.
 Rumi

The true work of art is but a shadow of the divine perfection.
 Michelangelo

Believe it or not, I can actually draw.
 Jean Michel Basquiat

Man can't do without God. Just like you're thirsty, you have to drink water. You just can't go without God.
 Bob Marley

O great creator of being grant us one more hour to perform our art and perfect our lives.
 Jim Morrison

 
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