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What is a trinity style house?
Trinity style is named such because of having one room per floor and is likened to the religious trinity--Father, Son and Holy Ghost.
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creole style house is really acadian style. i doubt the creoles, who were mostly slaves, were building and designing houses. get real. Creole architecture is one of the s…pecial features which make Louisiana unique. The meaning of the word "Creole" has changed over time. Once it meant offspring of French aristocrats born in the New World. However, Louisianians have broadened the definition to include individuals of European descent, particularly descendants of the French and Spanish settlers. There are also Creoles of Color-Louisianians of mixed (mainly) French, African, Spanish, and Native American heritage. This combination of cultures is all the richer for the mix. Creole architecture reflects the concept of mixture which defines the Creoles themselves. Of America's six colonial building traditions, Creole architecture is the only one actually to have evolved in America. The Swedes, Dutch, Flemish, Spanish, and British all imported building types from the mother country instead of developing their own native colonial styles. Four types of Creole buildings emerged: the Creole cottage, a galleried one-story house lacking hallways and featuring a cabinet/loggia range in place of a rear gallery, the raised Creole plantation house, a two-story dwelling which represents the apex of Louisiana's Creole architecture, the Creole townhouse. These were built in more populated areas like Natchitoches and New Orleans, and the pigeonnier, a small tower-like outbuilding with upper-floor nesting boxes for birds. Many of these buildings were composed of a special material known as bousillage (a mixture of Spanish moss, mud and sometimes animal hair which was placed between wooden timbers to create the walls of Creole buildings).
In Constantinople. as in large cities today, different types of homes existed for people of different social and economic classes. Only the rich lived in single-family hom…es; most citizens resided in apartments. The poor lived in tenements, multi-story apartments built high and narrow to conserve land and money. Most homes and apartments in the city were constructed of stone, brick, or wood. Glass was not used for windows; the poor used wooden shutters and and the rich had windows of marble or alabaster. - Answer from Teachers' Curriculum Institute, Student Handout 1A, Information on Housing in Constantinople, pg.14
Why is a house style that important? 1. Marketing strategies emphasizes the quality of your offering and products and your business attitude. A sloppy presentation can lead …to a loss of a business deal 2. A house style needs to be appreciated within your line of business and has to reflect the latest design and business trends. The colors have to match, the design must be original. 3. The house style must reflect your branding strategy and the values of the brand. 4. it increases the companie's publicity.
A house style is where an organisation agrees that all its published material will use the same font, colour scheme, layout, etc. in order to create a corporate image.
A corporate design is the official graphical design of the logo and name of a company or institution used on letterheads, envelopes, forms and folders .House style can r…ange from company logos to recognised colour schemes, fonts and point sizes .You will probably recognise many international companies' advertising by the colour scheme or other stylistic features that they use, long before you can read the company name on the material. A strong logo can evolve over time and still remain recognizable. When designing a logo you can be influenced by certain design trends. To achieve a strong logo you need to find a certain balance between timeless and modern. Modern, to keep it a bit trendy and stylish, and timeless, to remain recognizable and strong. Not an easy task. Simplicity is very important in the creation of a corporate house style. Starting from basic shapes like squares, circles, and lines is always a good idea. Using less lines and shapes keeps your logo more recognizable. Still, you need to find originality. Drawing just a red square with a nice fontface next
Corporate house style is used for emphasis on marketing strategies and to increase the company's publicity. This type of style uses common elements of graphics such as col…or and font size in advertising, websites and business cards.
In one word - 'Professionalism'. If your logo, colour scheme, layout, grammar, graphics etc... change from one document to the next it looks unprofessional, messy and it… stops clients/public from remembering who you are. A clear house style gives your company a clear identity which makes it easy to remember, for instance you could see the colours of a black background with white writing and some luminous pink and instantly think of HMV.
I house style sheet is basically a simple document which basically an organization will use to make all of it's documents look similar. Like.. it would have t…he title and date and even possibly a border would all be in the same place, the text would be the same colour and size and font. For example : my college uses a one for all it's letters it sends out and a range of different documents, it has a green border down the left hand side blue text and the name of the college, the address, fax and phonenumber are all in one place. well hope that's helpful (:
Modern Expressionist. And what a rather lovely piece of "Modern Expressionism" it is too!
A corporate design is the official graphical design which Most organisations have. This can be seen in the logo and name of a company or institution used on letterheads, envel…opes, forms, folders, brochures, business cards, advertising, websites, company vehicles and, of course, their products. The International Companies or the institutions are probably recognised from there colour scheme or other stylistic features they use, long before you can read the company name on the material. This identity makes the organisation easily recognisable and strengthens its reputation. In the ICT terms you should always adopt a unique style for the work that you produce. Any thing produced for a company will usually have the same logo and the colour scheme as the vehicles, the brochures, etc. There are some elements of the corporate identity that must be taken in consideration while designing a Corporate House style which are, the Logo size, clear space, logo colours, logo positioning and type size and font. Simplicity it very important in the creation of a corporate housestyle. Starting from basic shapes like squares, circles, lines is always a good idea. Using less lines and shapes keeps your logo more recognizable. Still, you need to find originality. Drawing just a red square with a nice fontface next to it will not give you a strong logo. While to find a certain balance between being timeless and modern and to have a strong attracting inforgetable logo you need to make it a bit trendy and stylish, and timeless, to remain recognizable and strong
Edgar Allen Poe's autobiographical short story is the quintessential haunted house story featuring dreary scenes, mysterious sicknesses and untimely deaths. The vagueness of t…he story is the main part of its terror with its unidentifiable Gothic elements. It is not clear to the reader when or where the story takes place. Poe instead describes dark barren landscapes and inclement weather to set the mood. All the reader knows and understands is they are alone with the unnamed author and neither knows why. The unnamed author describes his mind and personality as he rides toward the somber house. He meets his own insanity, superstitions, and horror when he describes his boyhood friend Roderick Usher. Poe asks the reader to question Roderick's decision in contacting the unnamed narrator in his time of need as well as the unnamed narrator's response. Poe contrasts the standard form of the gothic tale, with a plot of inexplicable, unexpected interruptions. The short story begins without a reason for the narrator's arrival at the house and this uncertainty drives this short story's plot, which blurs into the real and fantastic. Roderick Usher shows his sanity slipping when he tells the narrator he dreads the future struggle with the fatal demon of fear. The unnamed narrator is shocked to see Roderick Usher has a striking resemblance to his sister Madeline, Poe's late wife. Poe refers to his late wife's eventual death when he mentions Roderick's complexion as the mockery of a faint blush, and gives a sense of foreboding to the story as it leads to the end when Madeline's return from the grave is found as an unexplained mystery. Poe creates a sense of claustrophobia as the unnamed narrator is caught by the lure of Roderick and cannot escape unless the house collapses. The characters in the short story are trapped and cannot move freely because of the house's structure. This image gives the house a monstrous character of its own that controls the fate of the unnamed narrator and Roderick Usher. Poe masterly creates confusion between the living and inanimate objects by creating the physicality of the house of Usher. The mansion is used as a metaphor, however it is described as a real house. The narrator not only gets trapped inside the mansion, but the reader learns that his confinement involves the biological fate of the Usher family. The Usher has no long lasting attachments which means that the Usher's genetic transmission has occurred incestuously in the house. The peasantry confuses the mansion with the Usher family because of the physical structure dictated to the genetic patterns of the family. The claustrophobia of the mansion continues as it affects the characters relationships for example the unnamed narrator realizes to late that Madeline is Roderick's twin sister, which happens when both men prepare to entomb Madeline. The confined and cramped burial tomb metaphorically affects the features of the characters. The twins are very similar, because they do not develop as free individuals. Madeline is buried before her time because of her similarity to her brother. Roderick is the coffin, which holds her identity. The reader discovers that Madeline suffers from problems, which effected woman in nineteenth century literature. She invests all of her identity to her body, whereas Roderick possesses the power of intellect. Madeline holds an almost superhuman power in the story when she successfully escapes her tomb. This counteracts Roderick's weak, nervous and immovable attitude. It is said that Madeline is only a figment of Roderick's and the unnamed narrator's imagination; that she doesn't really exist. However, Madeline still proves detrimental to the symmetry and claustrophobic logic of this short story. She suffocates Roderick keeping him from seeing himself as different from her and completes this tactic by attacking and killing Roderick in the end.
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The White House uses a combination of Palladian and neoclassical styles in its architecture design. The original design of the White House was created by James Hoban, so i…t has gone through a number of modifications over the years.
The benefits of an organizational house style is promoting a corporate logo and its identity. The company can decide on the image they wish to present and promote layout c…onsistency.