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Brownstone Architectural Style: Anglo-Italianate Style

Image: Anglo-Italianate Style house from Bricks & Brownstone by Charles Lockwood

Among these rows of the then popular Italianate style buildings, a visually pleasing Anglo-Italianate style arose. 200 more words

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Brownstone Architectural Style: The Second Empire

Image: Second Empire Style House, James Lancaster Morgan Residence (1869-1870) from Bricks & Brownstone by Charles Lockwood

With the introduction of the fashionable mansard roofs in the 1860’s, came the arrival of a new variation of the Italianate style: the Second Empire or mansard roof style. 85 more words

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Brownstone Architectural Style: The Colonial Revival Style

Image: Charles Dana Gibson residence, No. 127 East 73rd Street, Upper East Side (1903)

The Colonial Revival style started in the 1880’s and lasted until the 1930’s. 121 more words

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Brownstone Floor Plan Analysis

The initial floor plan layout that fathered the following variations was first introduced in the 1820’s. The founding form was modified and fitted to the changing needs of the city until the 1890’s. 602 more words

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Brownstone Architectural Style: Renaissance Revival Style

Image: Renaissance row house built along Central Park West. From http://www.rpwindowsandrestoration.com/blog/2014/6/9/rowhouse-styles-of-new-york-city

The Renaissance Revival style occurred in New York between 1880 and 1920 and focused back on classicism with Renaissance inspired detail. 60 more words

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Brownstone Architectural style: The Romanesque Revival Style

Image: 1892 Romanesque row house. From http://www.rpwindowsandrestoration.com/blog/2014/6/9/rowhouse-styles-of-new-york-city

Between the years 1880 and 1890 was when the Romanesque Revival row houses were built. Henry Hobson Richardson was the primary architect that largely gave way to this style in America. 109 more words

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