10 284b1j building design architecture new buildings

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10-284.(b)(1)j. Building design guidelines/vernacular architecture. New buildings should share qualities of scale, mass, and architectural character with the vernacular buildings of ASN-A. Two overlapping periods of vernacular buildings can be identified in ASN-A: pre-1920 and post 1920. The pre-1920 vernacular has characteristics of the north Florida “Cracker” house, while after 1920 the vernacular is of a modest “Craftsman” or “bungalow” style. With significant differences in roof pitch, the two vernaculars share characteristics that can be found in buildings in ASN-A and in other old Tallahassee neighborhoods, as well as in historical examples: Rectangular, sometimes L-shaped plan; Single, simple mass, sometimes with additions; One or two stories in height, sometimes with dormer windows lighting the topmost or attic floor; Additions, often kitchens, in an ell at the back, in a connected building, or in an outbuilding; Wood frame construction on brick or concrete piers or foundation walls; Wood drop board siding; Architectural articulation limited to opening trim accented by color; Pitched roofs, hipped or gabled, frequently of corrugated or standing seam metal; Single leaf entrance doors; Double hung windows; Porches of the same construction and materials of the house. See the Tallahassee Land Development Regulations for the complete standards for the above items. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 1. 2. 3. 1. 2. 3. 4. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.
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Longmont CO Compatible contemporary design that follows the land development regulations and urban design guidelines is encouraged in all Gaines Street districts. Denver Avoid blank walls at the end units of attached buildings. Treat the wall as another front of the building, using fenestration, porches, balconies, and other human scale elements San Jose CA 5. ASN-A D E S I G N R E V I E W D I S T R I C T S A L L S A I N T S A S N - A T a l l a h a s s e e - L e o n C o u n t y P l a n n i n g D e p a r t m e n t 5. G A I N E S S T R E E T ¸¶
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The Wahnish Cigar Company (built 1907) ASN-B The All Saints Neighborhood (ASN) districts The purpose of this map is to locate the ASN-B district in the context of the city and other design review districts. Refer to of- ficial zoning maps for specific parcel zoning. NORTH Macomb Street south to the Wahnish Cigar Factory, as envisioned in the Gaines Street Report. 6. ¸· U R B A N D E S I G N G U I D E L I N E S A L L S A I N T S A S N - B 6. ASN-B Infill/Moderate Intensity District T he ASN-B, Infill/Moderate Intensity District coverss roughly the western half of the All Saints neighborhood. The area’s historical industrial land use and predominant development pattern are represented in such landmarks as the Wahnish Cigar Factory and the Coca-Cola Bottling Plant, as well as in small warehouses on Macomb Street. While adaptive reuse of existing structures is encouraged, the ASN-B, Infill/ Moderate Intensity District principally emphasizes infill development and redevelopment at a greater density than ASN-A , and allows a broad range of moderate intensity uses. The intention is to create
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