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Architecture final

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  • 1. Architecture Portfolio By: Andrew Shaw 1 st Period
  • 2. Classical
    • Waxahachie Town Hall
    • Columns are prominent in the Classical style
  • 3. Romanesque
    • Romanesque is described as stocky architecture incorporating rounded arches
    • Ellis County Court House; Waxahachie
  • 4. Gothic
    • Central Presbytarian Church (College St.), Waxahachie
    • Gothic architecture incorporates windows that come to a point
  • 5. Tudor
    • Tudor style is characterized by the exposed beams with the walls filled in
    • 401 Hillcrest Dr., Midlothian
  • 6. Baroque
    • 121Main St., Midlothian
    • Baroque architecture features extravagant ornamentation and irregular shapes
  • 7. Rococo
    • Rococo architecture is known for its white buildings with sweeping curves
    • 822 Sheparkon, Midlothian
  • 8. Georgian
    • Georgian architecture is a symmetrical style
    • 604 W Main St., Waxahachie
  • 9. Federalist
    • Federalist was also a symmetrical style that included more classical shapes
    • 1305 W Jefferson St., Waxahachie
  • 10. Greek Revival
    • These buildings feature columns, pediments, and other details inspired by Greek forms
    • 716 W Main St., Waxahachie
  • 11. Victorian
    • Victorian architectures main feature is the fact that the building were no longer built to be symmetrical
    • 200 Rogers, Waxahachie
  • 12. Arts and Crafts
    • Arts and Crafts style houses show parts like beams that, normally, would be hidden
    • 800 Austin, Midlothian
  • 13. Arts and Crafts: Bungalow Style
    • 701 W Main St., Waxahachie
  • 14. Arts and Crafts: Prairie Style
    • 508 S 9 th St., Midlothian
  • 15. Mission Revival
    • Mission Revival style buildings resembled Missions
    • 120 S Grand Avenue, Waxahachie
  • 16. American Four Square
    • 812 W Main St., Waxahachie
  • 17. Art Nouveau
    • Art Nouveau buildings feature asymmetrical shapes, arches, and plant-like designs
    • 208 Rogers St., Waxahachie
  • 18. Beaux Arts
    • Beaux Arts feature symmetry, order, and elaborate ornamentation
    • Ellis County Museum; Waxahachie
  • 19. Art Deco
    • Art Deco contains zigzag patters and vertical lines
    • 2601 Winding Creek, Midlothian
  • 20. Modern
    • Navarro Community College, Midlothian
  • 21. Deconstructivism
    • Navarro Community College, Midlothian
  • 22. Post Modernism
    • 821 Fenris, Waxahachie

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