Victorian era architecture

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Victorian era architecture

  1. 1. Delon farook
  2. 2. •This is a Greek revival this was mostly for the publicBy the 1840 Greek was not good for the public instead its was used for the queenSome house did not even had bathrooms or kitchens
  3. 3. Most early homes in England were made out of carved stoneall the mansions were not large at allMost people could not afford the house cause it was expensive to have people to carve stone into house
  4. 4. When Gothic came to America and was translated to Carpenter Gothic the stone tracery was replaced by woodenGingerbreadornate wooden detail is considered a folk artthe Charastic American Carpenter Gothic style is characterized by steep gables and pointed windows
  5. 5. Early Victorian structures were very simple but in later time they became more complicatedthe end result would always be very stunningItalianate style structures have flat roof lines, corniced eaves, angled bay windows and Corinthian-columned porches
  6. 6. Contemporary critics accuse the Victorians of needless complexity and clutterVictorian architecture up to 1870 was thought by some
  7. 7. The latter part of the nineteenth century brought a new attitude toward colorBefore then, the houses of the tract builders tended to be painted all one color, usually white, beige or graymany people painted them in a lighter color
  8. 8. Many of these Victorian style homes still stand todayIt is actually still a style that many people will followthe Victorian architectural period mostly spans the period of mainly 1825-1900
  9. 9. Thank you for watching my slide showpresentation on Victorian era architect

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