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Domestic Revival

Domestic Revival. Offshoot of the cult of the Picturesque and the Gothic Revival, it was essentially a style of domestic architecture that incorporated forms, details, and materials found in English vernacular buildings, including steeply pitched tile roofs, dormers, timber-framing and jettied construction, small-paned mullioned and transomed windows (often with leaded lights), tile-hung walls, tall chimneys (often of the Tudor type in carved and moulded brick), and carefully contrived asymmetrical compositions. Also called Old English style.

Bibliography

J. Curl (1990);
Dinsmoor & and Muthesius (1985);
Girouard (1977);

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