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Prairie School dependent on historical models than were the styles of the preceding Victorian period. As with other major stylistic periods, commencement or concluding dates are not precise, and various popular styles frequently overlap. For example, Victorian cottages in styles such as the Queen Anne were built contemporaneously with bungalows.
One of the most visible features of the Bungalow, Arts and Crafts, Prairie School, and other styles of the early 20th century was a lack of the busy three-dimensional ornamentation so popular in the Victorian period.
This is not to say that the new architecture lacked ornamentation altogether, but it was more reserved and less three dimensional. The origin of the Bungalow house type has been traced to a dwelling common in India and noted for its verandas.
The bungalow was intended to be a comfortable-looking, low profile house that communicated a sense of shelter. Proponents touted these plans as open and informal in nature and spatially economical. In early 20th-century Utah, as in other areas of the developing western United States, particularly California, the bungalow became one of the most popular residences.
Its popularity in California led to a subtype that the designs of the brothers Charles and Henry Greene of Pasadena further enhanced.
In Utah, the latter two were the most popular styles for bungalows. The Arts and Crafts style in America resulted from several influences: Voysey and Sir Edwin Lutyens; and the publications of Gustav Stickley, one of the spiritual leaders of the American Arts and Crafts movement, whose Craftsman Magazine contained articles by designers, artisans, artists, and architects.
The Arts and Crafts architectural style appeared most frequently in domestic designs, although it also appeared in some civic and religious architecture. As with the bungalow, the house designs often included porches and verandas, creating an impression of informal living and connecting the house to its site.
The early work of Frank Lloyd Wright and his Midwest associates gave rise to the Prairie Style, popular during the first two decades of the 20th century.
In addition to creating clean, precise, angular forms, the Prairie School emphasized horizontality. This spareness of appearance was accomplished by the use of masonry or stucco over masonry or wood frame construction, highlighted by wood or cast stone banding.
The building often accentuated the texture of its materials and featured abstract patterns in stained and leaded glass. The appearance of the style in Utah also coincided with a period of rapid urban growth along the Wasatch Front. Between anda number of architects in Salt Lake City and Ogden specialized in the style.
Architects also designed schools, public libraries, clubs, and commercial structures in this style. Bungalow As mentioned above, the bungalow expressed comfort and a sense of shelter, qualities emphasized by the texture of exposed beams, rafters, shingles, bricks, cobblestones, and other structural features.propose two story, two family, frame new building.
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Tom Canty is accepted as a prince because he looks like one, while Edward Tudor is thought to be a pauper, since he is dressed in rags.
Minor Themes Two other Themes are also present in the novel, "environmental determinism" and "progressiveness of history.". A story of 2 boys, who were born the same day namely John Canty and Edward Tudor. John Canty was a poor boy while Edward Tudor was the Prince of Whales, inheritor of the glorious throne.
One time when the two boys met, they exchanged lives. In London, two boys from different families live very different lives. One is Edward Tudor, a prince and the future King of England; the other is Tom Canty, the son of .
Story: Tom Canty is a poor English boy who bears a remarkable resemblance to Edward, Prince of Wales and son of King Henry VIII. The two boys meet and decide to play a joke on the court by dressing in each other's clothes, but the plan goes awry when they are separated and each must live the other's life.