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Creative Spaces: A Masterful Modern Reno in Historic Georgetown, Washington D.C.

Federal architecture - the Federal style applied to the balanced and symmetrical version of Georgian architecture that had been practiced in the American colonies' new motifs of neoclassical architecture as it was epitomized in Britain by Robert Adam, who published his designs in 1792. THE HOLLY GROVE NATIONAL BANK

Hamilton Hall, 9 Chestnut Street was built in 1805 by Samuel McIntire inSalem, Massachusetts.See also: Adam style

402 E State Street.  A remarkable piece of Savannah history, this Federal architecture style home was built in 1818.

402 E State Street. A remarkable piece of Savannah history, this Federal architecture style home was built in 1818.

Federal Architecture | Gardner-Pingree House (128 Essex Street), 1804

Gardiner-Pingree House is a National Historic Landmark at 128 Essex Street in Salem, Massachusetts. The house was built in 1804 by Samuel McIntire in a Federal style. It was added to the National Historic Register in

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Everything you need to know about Federal architecture in New England can be told in this one, diminutive structure - The Derby-Beebe Summer House, by architect & master woodcarver, Samuel McIntire.

Federal Revival Style Federalist architecture has its roots in England. It was favored in America during the late 1700s and early 1800s, although you'll see Federalist details in many homes today. Characteristics: -- Large and graceful two-story brick with massive chimneys -- Centered front door often sheltered by a portico and topped with a fan-shaped transom light -- Dentil moldings in the cornice and fan-shape or elliptical gable windows -- Palladian windows -- Oval rooms and recessed…

Exteriors: Housing Styles Explained

Federal Revival Style Federalist architecture has its roots in England. Dentil moldings in the cornice and fan-shape or elliptical gable windows -- Palladian windows -- Oval rooms and recessed wall niches

Lois Craig, former associate dean in the School of Architecture + Planning, dies - MIT News. Before coming to MIT in 1978, Craig was director of the Federal Architecture Project at the National Endowment for the Arts, the U.S. government’s effort to improve federal building programs. In that pioneering role she contributed to the development of new designer-selection procedures, new legislation governing public building and the first comprehensive history of federal government architecture.

Lois Craig, former associate dean in the School of Architecture + Planning, dies at 82

Lois Craig, former associate dean in the School of Architecture + Planning, dies - MIT News. Before coming to MIT in 1978, Craig was director of the Federal Architecture Project at the National Endowment for the Arts, the U.S. government’s effort to improve federal building programs. In that pioneering role she contributed to the development of new designer-selection procedures, new legislation governing public building and the first comprehensive history of federal government architecture.