Window, Door, Roofand Housing Styles
Windows and Doors   Why do we have windows?     Light     Ventilation     Beauty     Energy   (heat and cold, in and ...
Types of Windows Sliding Swinging Fixed
Building Codes   What percentage of floor area in a    room is required for light?     20%   What percentage of the flo...
Roof Styles•On your worksheet, label the roof types.•Answer the “Thinking It Over” questions at the bottom of thepage.
Door StylesTransom window   Sliding doors   Sliding doors  Folding door     Screen door      Batten door
Door Styles       Flush door   Paneled door   Louvered doorDutch door           Glazed door            Jalousie door
Types of Windows                                    Palladian windowFrench window     Fanlight and                sideligh...
Types of Windows              Gliding Sash   Hinged-casementDouble-hung      window          window  window
Parts of a Window                                 Frame                                 Sash                              ...
Housing StylesNative American Styles
Housing StylesSeventeenth Century
Housing StylesSeventeenth Century
Housing StylesSeventeenth Century
Housing StylesEighteenth Century
Housing StylesEighteenth Century
Housing StylesNineteenth Century
Housing StylesVictorian Period
Housing StylesTwentieth Century
Housing StylesCurrent
Housing StylesCurrent
Housing Styles      Assignment Design the front of a house. Choosing a style that was discussedtoday, create the house in ...
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  1. 1. Window, Door, Roofand Housing Styles
  2. 2. Windows and Doors Why do we have windows?  Light  Ventilation  Beauty  Energy (heat and cold, in and out)  View
  3. 3. Types of Windows Sliding Swinging Fixed
  4. 4. Building Codes What percentage of floor area in a room is required for light?  20% What percentage of the floor area in a room is required for ventilation?  10%
  5. 5. Roof Styles•On your worksheet, label the roof types.•Answer the “Thinking It Over” questions at the bottom of thepage.
  6. 6. Door StylesTransom window Sliding doors Sliding doors Folding door Screen door Batten door
  7. 7. Door Styles Flush door Paneled door Louvered doorDutch door Glazed door Jalousie door
  8. 8. Types of Windows Palladian windowFrench window Fanlight and sidelight window Bow window Jalousie window Bay window
  9. 9. Types of Windows Gliding Sash Hinged-casementDouble-hung window window window
  10. 10. Parts of a Window Frame Sash Casing Glass Sill Apron•Now, go back to number 3 on page 1 and sketch sixdifferent windows or doors.
  11. 11. Housing StylesNative American Styles
  12. 12. Housing StylesSeventeenth Century
  13. 13. Housing StylesSeventeenth Century
  14. 14. Housing StylesSeventeenth Century
  15. 15. Housing StylesEighteenth Century
  16. 16. Housing StylesEighteenth Century
  17. 17. Housing StylesNineteenth Century
  18. 18. Housing StylesVictorian Period
  19. 19. Housing StylesTwentieth Century
  20. 20. Housing StylesCurrent
  21. 21. Housing StylesCurrent
  22. 22. Housing Styles Assignment Design the front of a house. Choosing a style that was discussedtoday, create the house in that style using 2 different windows and one door. Take your time and draw with a pencil and ruler, andcreate a house style that you like. Mount on colored paper, and on the back, discuss what style of home you have chosen, and what your choices were for door and window styles.
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