The grand brick structure clad in ivy is a perfect model of classic Federal style
. This home is a favorite sight for those touring the beautiful banks of Leland's Deer Creek.
Architects and architectural historians will marvel at Parrish's description on page fourteen of the Trustee's Office at Pleasant Hill as being "Greek Revival style rather than the Federal style
that originally influenced [Micajah] Burnett." "[his quotation describes the best-known example of a Shaker building, with its spiral staircases, even proportions, and fanlight over the main door, designed almost entirely in the Federal style
If you are unsure of the features distinguishing a Federal style
house from a Williamsburg Georgian style house, the illustrations accompanying the definitions provide ample assistance.
McDonald calls this a "federal style
What is known as the Federal Style
(1776-1837) was inspired by British and French furniture, decorative objects and so on which came about through the influence of antiquity in particularly the Greek styles.
By 1800, the first arsenal building was erected--a red-brick, two-story edifice in Federal style
, whose foundations can be seen in Arsenal Square of Lower Town.
John was tough on trainees, but he knew his job and I have to admit he taught me a lot about counting beans, federal style
Another new collection, yet unnamed, is made of enamel-on-steel in the Federal style
. The barrel shaped tableware items come in a blue, green, black end white colorway.
To maintain the community's historic character, Ryland designed its homes to blend in with the area's traditional federal style
. The facades at Montgomery Square are directly inspired by the century-old townhomes across the street.
was America's version of English Neoclassicism and it, too, drew from several sources, especially, interest in antiquity.
Built in the Federal style
, the church had two stories of brick construction, with a stepped gable roof, decorative interior galleries, and a rotunda.
This stucco structure, also by Birge Clark, is said to be the first postal building not using the formal federal style
. Note its exposed timbers, repeating arches, and wrought-iron lanterns.