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Historical - Steel structures do not need any load bearing walls the walls can be substituted with anything Carson Pearry Scott Building Sullivan

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Steel structures do not need any load bearing walls the walls can be substituted with anything. Carson Pearry Scott Building – Sullivan Chicago Window. He expresses the steel skeleton. Enormously elaborate art nouveou extremely well decorated. University Club in NY– Renaissance Revival Extended Roof is and string windows have the essence of the Shingle Style. Frank Lloyd Wright used elements of shingle style and fused it with his own taste . His windows and other housing elements were idiosyncratic and were not mass produced. Flat Iron Building – NY CITY Architect – Burnham Master Organizer Adorned with classical elements. Building is shaped like an iron. New York Style of SkyScraper - adorned and historicized Chicago Style – Plain and un adorned. Ward Willits House Frank Lloyd Wright Large overhanging roof. Long ranch style with overhanging roof that sinks the house into the ground. Prairie style Larkin Building – Buffalo Industrial building Core function of the building in the center and corners were used as store cases ad other functional features. Grand Central Station
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This note was uploaded on 02/20/2012 for the course PLANNING & 10:762:448 taught by Professor Maria during the Fall '09 term at Rutgers.

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Historical - Steel structures do not need any load bearing walls the walls can be substituted with anything Carson Pearry Scott Building Sullivan

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