Reprint of rare catalog by one of America's most successful, late-19th-century domestic architects, with more than 100 designs for 68 houses. Elevations and floor plans for custom-designed homes in the Colonial, Romanesque, and Queen Anne styles, as well as plans for verandas, summer pavilions, and barns. Invaluable to architectural historians, preservationists, and home restorers.An engaged tower or turret, either round or octagonal, became the dominant element of the design. This was placed off center, often between the two major facades of the house, especially if it was to be built on a corner lot. An oriel windowanbsp;...
|Title||:||Victorian Cottage Architecture|
|Author||:||George F. Barber|
|Publisher||:||Courier Corporation - 2012-03-08|