2 edition of architectural monographs: Wooden architecture in the Berkshires found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Wooden architecture in the Berkshires.|
|Statement||by Roger Wearne Ramsdell; prepared for publication by Russell F. Whitehead.|
|Series||The White pine series of architectural monographs., v. 10, no. 5|
|Contributions||Whitehead, Russell Fenimore, 1884-|
|LC Classifications||NA7235.M4 R3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||16|
|LC Control Number||25017692|
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Architectural Monographs: Unusual Wooden Architecture of the Berkshires Lying along the stagecoach route of Massachusetts, the towns of the Berkshire mountain range found themselves open to a wide variety of visitors, and thus, stylistic influences. White pine series of architectural monographs, v, no Other Titles: Wooden architecture in the Berkshires: Responsibility: by Roger Wearne Ramsdell; prepared for.
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Form follows function. Right. But what inspires a building whose functions include simulated flight. Architect Warren Schwartz credits a sunrise visit to the rim of the Grand Canyon—and a later dream about the experience—as the seed for the Berkshire mountains summer house he shares with his wife, violinist Sheila Fiekowsky.
THE problem presented in the Fifth An- nual Architectural Competition con- ducted by The White Pine Series of Architectural Monographs involved a study of a Roadside Tavern, and its grounds, and the Jury of Award, in making its decisions, con- sidered the general layout, the plan of the build- ing to meet the needs of guests, and the charac.
Architect's Dream House Becomes Reality in the Berkshires Design. Posted on: Octo case study Architect's Dream House Becomes Reality in the Berkshires a house in the berkshires soars above its sloped site. By Bruce D.
Snider. Architect Warren Schwartz, FAIA, credits a sunrise visit to the rim of the Grand Canyon—and a later dream. The Berkshire House is a pristine and immaculate exemplar of the early 21st century modern house style. With every detail finely honed and every façade carefully composed, the house is a shining example of carefully-considered, painstakingly-crafted architecture.
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Architectural Monographs: Unusual Wooden Architecture of the Berkshires By S.A. Rogers Lying along the stagecoach route of Massachusetts, the towns of the Berkshire mountain range found themselves open to a wide variety of visitors, and.
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Naumkeag (pronounced NOM-keg) in the Berkshire Mountains of Western Massachusetts was the summer home of New York lawyer Joseph Hodges Choate, best known for convicting "Boss" Tweed in The house was designed by architect Stanford White, who had become a partner at McKim, Mead & White in The side shown here is really the "backyard" of the summer cottage for.
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In the assessment of a lay subsidy granted to King Edward III ( – ), Thatcham was classed as one of the four boroughs in Berkshire, along with Windsor, Wallingford and Reading.
However, Thatcham was still a town with smaller industries: wood turning, coopery, milling and various cloth making activities.
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The brick, stone, and wood material palette of the new dormitories reflects the architecture of the original buildings on campus and echoes the vernacular structures of the Berkshires.
Berkshire School. Berkshire School was founded in beneath the "dome" of. South of the Berkshires April 2, by Berkshire Painter ONE of the most interesting peculiarities of Early American domestic architecture is its “localism,” its adherence to type within the confines, often, of a very restricted locality.
Explore a rich visual tapestry created by the bucolic countryside of the Berkshire hills and Berkshire County, Massachusetts, through many historic barns that tie the scenery together. full-page color photographs and a detailed, in-depth text trace the history of barn building and subsequent development of barn architecture in the Berkshires over the last : Schiffer Publishing, Ltd.
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