Domestic architecture

Domestic architecture

Building types that relate to residential use, such as single-family homes, duplexes, townhouses, apartment buildings, and condominiums.
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The bed-chamber to which my wife and I were shown, was a large, low, ghostly room; with a quantity of withered branches on the hearth, and two doors without any fastening, opposite to each other, both opening on the black night and wild country, and so contrived, that one of them always blew the other open: a novelty in domestic architecture, which I do not remember to have seen before, and which I was somewhat disconcerted to have forced on my attention after getting into bed, as I had a considerable sum in gold for our travelling expenses, in my dressing-case.
That Elizabethan domestic architecture is charming in its way; but it's against the very nature of it to break out into turrets.
There were some really curious pieces of mediaeval domestic architecture within.
Tucked away on Newcastle's Sandhill is Bessie Surtees House, one of the best examples of 17th Century domestic architecture in England.
As Tom Burke wrote in his book on The English Inn (1930), 'By a tour from inn to inn you may make a connected study of domestic architecture from the fourteenth century to the twentieth.
The articles, all dealing directly with Nuzi, study individual archives, issues of family, geography, and domestic architecture.
It regarded Middleton Hall as so important as it represents so many stages of domestic architecture, as the building has Norman, Medieval, Tudor and Georgian parts.
Adam's style owed much to the archaeological discoveries of Greco-Roman domestic architecture at Pompeii and Herculaneum,'' says Chinn.
In fabricating her scenes out of a material meant to remain invisible within domestic architecture, Golden formally embodies the old tropes--delights in the cliches--about the hidden violence of domesticity and the dark underbelly of suburbia.
Chapters include a variety of subjects such as traditional, defensive, religious, and domestic architecture.
The High Victorians hated Georgian domestic architecture, believing it to be boring and repetitive, and demolished swathes of it when they had the opportunity.
The museum consists of two houses and is one of the best-preserved examples of 17th-century domestic architecture in Cairo.

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