35,562 italian style Exterior Design Photos

Manias Associates Building Designers
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Kambrook
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Reed.Elements of the Italianate style are most prominent on this style of house. Influenced by the British, the Italianate style was immensely popular
1. Classical ornamentationThe Italianate style was hugely popular in Melbourne’s expanding suburbs in the 1870s to
century British architects looked to Classical archetypes, drawing on Italian Renaissance architecture and synthesising these historic features with
the prosperity and optimism of the Gold Rush spread throughout the city. Italianate features were indeed a symbol of wealth. In this decorative villa with
“Like the top, not the multicoloured bricks” — cathyglass1
Todd Davis Architecture
3 Reviews
37 Liberty
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I got Italianate style as the type of house I should
bracketed cornice details and other artistic flourishes.See more on Italianate style
is full of Victorian-era architecture, it is more specific to label the Italianate examples as romantic-era designs, like this one. Defining characteristics
Your house is …Italianate: You’re a bit of a romantic. You gravitate toward large, detailed porches
arched windows.Variations on window configurations are common throughout this style. Notice how the front of the house feels classical at first glance, but the
“This would be found in Amsterdam because it's old fashion and these types of homes are found in Amst” — bhsfacs
McDugald-Steele Landscape Architects
New Orleans Estate
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Italianate: fairly similar to greek style, bigger and flashier. Gable roof, columns. Galleries
homes were built in rectangular sections to imitate the look of Italian-style villas. The arches of traditional Roman architecture were often combined with
ItalianateItalianate Victorian homes were considered a blend of formal and classical styles, and were often inspired by country
These homes were built in rectangular sections to imitate the look of Italian-style villas. The arches of traditional Roman architecture were often combined
in New Orleans, the first kind of house that may come to mind may be an Italianate Victorian like this one. Because of all of the ornate detailing, houses
roofs and a central square tower or cupola.Browse more photos of Victorian styleMore Victorian Homes:A Light and Bright VictorianThe Green Gambrel HouseMission
“good” — narendrabhoir
RWA Architects
1 Review
Exterior
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brackets, which are reminiscent of the Italianate style. Also note the brick. Many early examples of the style had wood siding, but grand examples were
two rooms deep. The style is established in the details of windows, cornices, porches and entrances.
brackets, which are reminiscent of the Italianate style. Also note the brick. Many early examples of the style had wood siding, but grand examples were
house as a foursquare, which describes its building type, rather than its style. Colonial revival foursquares are common, as are Prairie-inspired foursquares
simply a plan with two levels, each two rooms wide and two rooms deep. The style is established in the details of windows, cornices, porches and entrances
“Window boxes” — vward2000
Schwartz and Architecture
5 Reviews
Schwartz and Architecture
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This home has some hints of the Italianate style.
seeing in San Francisco - round roomy windows that jut out on Victorian style housing. These homes are the reason that I fell in love with bay windows
Love this style of house....Exterior style
“House colour” — nonjabulo763
Jay Greene Photography
5 Reviews
Elevations
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for your prompt reply. The fact that I want to build a house and the same style, I need a project. Who could in this matter to help me. Thank for your attention
adaptation. This style developed alongside the Italianate style in the mid-19th century, and both are considered Victorian era. These two styles have many
emphasized the roof of the building.The Second Empire style of the late 19th century and French eclectic styles of the early 20th century exhibit this trait. Their
expressions define them as Renaissance.This beautiful historic Second Empire–style house may not readily seem classical, but its symmetrical elevation and organized
Style & character of the home
“great house!” — Jill Epperson
Oswald Homes
Bellevue
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eaves was popular in Renaissance architecture and has been adopted to Italianate-style architecture. This house also features a contemporary pediment and
Italianate design......Symmetry and classic style...Olde English style...Apartment style
“Pretty” — dannagel
House Plans and More
Plan #119D-0003
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Shapes of windows, inlays, overall "style" aka modern mixed with something else
Let’s jump to Missouri to find this modern interpretation of the Italianate. It’s obviously simpler in detail, but the theme is still achieved with the
Italianate Style...italianate, ......Italianate style home...frank loyd wright style...Missouri Italianate...American Italian Renaissance style
“simple landscaping” — joani duval
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