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    Dream House Ideas

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    inspirations for houses “If I were asked to say what is at once the most important production of art and the thing most to be longed for; I should answer, a beautiful house …” There aren’t many who would disagree with 19th century’s most eminent designer and novelist William Morris. Over the years, the family houses have changed a lot. New artistic influences and technological developments have left their marks on home architecture. But these evolutions have little or no impact on the aspiration of building a dream house for oneself and one’s own family. Home design ideas You can roughly segregate any home architecture into two categories – classical and modern. When we speak of classical architecture, we mean anything that remained…

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    Nasif Historical House

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    cultures (Telmesani et al., 2009). Nasif Historical House or “in Arbic Bayt Nasif” is one of the most important building in the historic district which has been chose to be a case…

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    Custom House History

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    The Alexander Hamilton U.S. Customs house is one of New York City’s important historical landmarks. The U.S. Customs House was built in 1902-1907 near the port of New York and its job was to collect customs from imported goods (New York Architecture 2015). Before income tax was being developed in 1916, customs was the greatest source of income for our government (NMAI 2015). “It is located near the southern tip of Manhattan, next to Battery Park (New York Architecture 2015).” The building is…

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    Apartments and houses are very different from one another. I lived in an apartment complex for about six years, and there are plenty of advantages and disadvantages from my experience about that style of living. Living in an apartment is sometimes unsafe. When I was 11 years old, and my brother was 16. My brother tripped onto the street while riding his bike. There was a woman driving over the speed limit and ran my brother over leaving him with a fractured arm. My brother was rushed to the…

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    The Pearl House is a medium sized house. It is approximately seventy-five feet across and fifty feet deep. The main section of the house is of a rectangular shape with a small rectangular ell on its northern side. The summation of these parts creates a shape similar to an L. The primary facade of the house is the south facing side. The house is of a six-by-two bay construction. There is a large covered porch with five Tuscan style columns, which dominates the facade. The house is a total of…

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    Vanna Venturi House Essay

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    The Vanna Venturi House is built in the residential neighborhood of Chestnut Hill, which is in the Northwest Philadelphia section of the united states city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Several residences are built by celebrated architects nearby Vanna Venturi House. The building is surrounded by crabapple trees, which creates a peaceful and graceful environment. The house was colored to pale green to blend in the wonderful surroundings. There is a widely main street in front of the building,…

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    The evidence is probably sufficient to conclude the pool house is a dwelling because its use and structure support the theory that it is an extension of the living quarters. The State will likely be able to prove the Hernandezes’ pool house constitutes a dwelling because the facts support that its construction resembles that of the main dwelling and that it is frequently used for similar purposes as the living quarters, such as eating, sitting, watching television, and hosting friends. As…

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    The Eames House and Farnsworth house do share common material and tectonic expression. They are constructed of similar materials and in somewhat similar fashions. Additionally, both forms are constructed in a fashion that allows them to be apart of its surrounding site. However, they do have divergences. They differ mainly in how they relate to their surroundings, and how their different constructions allow the surroundings to affect the forms. Additionally, tectonics and material expression are…

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    Doctor Gregory House

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    Doctor Gregory House is one of the most complex characters in the history of television. He is the head of Diagnostic Medicine at Princeton-Plainsboro Teaching Hospital where he specializes in infections disease and nephrology. He can be described as a cynic, narcissist who is self-righteous, sarcastic and stubborn. His biting comments, sharp wit and powerful skills of deduction create a persona that makes him look like a heartless and witty jerk. While analyzing his personality, Freud’s…

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    The Power of a House In the 1950s, in America, the definition of American dream changed as homeownership became an essential part of it. This still stands true today as many immigrants dream of one day saving enough money to buy a house for their family. Through the years, a house has become to symbolize stability, comfort, and even happiness. A house is simply a building of habitation but the more time one lives in it, an attachment develops. This attachment can be attributed to the sense of…

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