ニューサウスウェールズのヴェランダ付き初期植民地住宅の外観意匠に関する比較分析 [in Japanese] EXTERIOR DESIGN OF VERANDAED COLONIAL HOUSES IN NEW SOUTH WALES [in Japanese]
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The purpose of the study is to examine the exterior design of verandaed houses in New South Wales of Australia focusing on the elements of exterior design, roof framing, style of ridge, style of pillars of the veranda and so on. Roof framing was classified into 2 types ; Unified type and Separate type. Ridge style was classified into 5 types ; rectangular hipped roof, gable roof, broken hipped roof, bent hipped roof and concealed roof. After the comparative analysis on 41 samples of verandaed houses in New South Wales which were built from 1788 to 1850, it became clear that the Separate-rectangular hipped roof style and the Unifiede-broken hipped roof style holds a majority. Also, there were 32samples whose main facade is formed by single roof. The fact suggests that the Independent:rectangular hipped roof style and the Unified-broken hipped roof style compose one of the distinctive feature of exterior design.
- Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)
Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ) 64(526), 273-278, 1999
Architectural Institute of Japan