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The Resource Designing a place called home : reordering the suburbs, James Wentling

Designing a place called home : reordering the suburbs, James Wentling

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Designing a place called home : reordering the suburbs
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Designing a place called home
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reordering the suburbs
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James Wentling
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Designing a place called home : reordering the suburbs, James Wentling
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Designing a place called home : reordering the suburbs, James Wentling
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The Contemporary Country Kitchen
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  • Introduction to the Second Edition; Acknowledgements; How to Use This Book; Contents; Chapter 1: Housing Yesterday; Earliest Homes: Regionally Diverse Dwellings; European Settlers: Simplicity with€Style; Agricultural Age: Jefferson's Low-Density Arcadia; Industrial Age: Stylistic Diversity; Victorian Era: More Complex Designs and€Early Suburbs; Eclectic Houses and€Modernism; Trolley and€Early Automobile Suburbs; Information Age: Postwar Building Boom and€the€Automobile; Notes; Chapter 2: Housing Today; Mass Production and€Financing; The Zoning Game
  • Building Costs Flow from€the€House to€the€Land Home Buyers Focus on€Interiors; Designs from€Architects and€Stock Plans; Large-Scale Builders Can Lose Human Scale; Change Comes Slowly in€the€Housing Industry; Do Buyers Really Have Options?; Traditional Exteriors/Contemporary Interiors; The New Urbanism: A€Reform Movement; Sustainable Communities; Other Recent Planning Movements; Traditionalist and€Classicist Architects; Humanistic and€Interior Design Principles; Production Housing Priorities Moving Forward; Notes; Chapter 3: Community Planning and€Design
  • Integrated Village Vs. Segmented Planned Unit Developments Mix of€Housing Types; Neighborhood Commercial; Narrow Vs. Wide Streets; Interconnected Streets Vs. Cul-de-sac Streets; Vehicular and€Pedestrian Circulation; Small Vs. Large Lots; Common Vs. Private Open Space; Architectural Controls Vs. Architectural Variation; Utilizing Edges and€Contrast in€Community Planning; Building a€Sense of€Place; Notes; Chapter 4: Siting and€Lot Patterns; Conventional Lots; House/Lot Orientations; Accentuated Entries; Front Door/back Door; Accommodating Autos; Driveways, Parking, and€Doors
  • Small Lots and€"Odd Lots" Narrow-Lot Design: Entry Area; Narrow-Lot Houses with€Frontal Garages; Other Small-Lot Garage Ideas: Garage Courts and€Carports; Tandem Garages; Turned Garages; Alleys and€Rear-Loaded Garages; Rear-Located, Attached, or Detached Garages; Lower Level Garages; Community and Privacy in€Small Lots; Porches, Patios, and€Decks; Fences and€Walls; Accessory Structures; Landscaping; Future Lot Patterns in€Production Homes; Note; Chapter 5: Floor Plans and€Building Image; Breaking Out of€the€Box; A Collection of€Boxes; Structure and€Light
  • Establishing Primary Rhythm Symmetrical vs. Asymmetrical; Secondary Rhythm and€Orders; Vertical and€Horizontal Orders; Complexity in€Production Housing; Front Elevations vs. Side and€Rear Elevations; Façadisms; Standard Plan Arrangements; Indoor/Outdoor Relationships; Narrow Modules and€Spans; Open vs. Closed Plans; Circulation as€Organizer; Front Stair/Back Stair; Floor Plans to€Accommodate Lifestyles-And Furniture; Accessible and€Adaptable Floor Plans; Small Rooms vs. Large Rooms; Lofts, Alcoves, Closets, and€Secret Rooms; Flexible Floor Plans; Projected Rooms and€Sunrooms
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