CMU 48-747 Shape Grammars - the baltimore rowhouse grammar (33 pages)

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48-747 Shape Grammars -

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the baltimore rowhouse grammar supported by CERL Carnegie Mellon University ramesh krishnamurti kui yue casey hickerson PILOT Predicting Interior Layouts Over building Types overview Baltimore Rowhouses Scope of the Corpus Common Patterns Shape Grammars The Rowhouse Grammar Conventions and Assumptions Grammar Rules Example Riddell Carroll House Further Work PILOT Predicting Interior Layouts Over building Types Supported by CERL 2 defined baltimore rowhouses typical working class residence built ca 1780 1890 exemplified by Baltimore s Federal Hill neighborhood declared a National Register Historic District in 1970 federal Greek revival and Italianate styles major sources Heywood ME 1981 Urban Vernacular Architecture in Nineteenth Century Baltimore Winterthur Portfolio 16 1 33 63 Heywood ME Belfoure C 2002 The Baltimore Rowhouse New York Princeton Architectural Press Hayward ME Shivers FR 2004 The Architecture of Baltimore An Illustrated History Baltimore Johns Hopkins UP PILOT Predicting Interior Layouts Over building Types Supported by CERL 3 scope of the corpus focusing specifically on vernacular rowhouses reasons for excluding contemporary rowhouses traditional rowhouses form a fairly distinct class contemporary rowhouses diverge significantly from vernacular forms conflating them with traditional rowhouses would produce a less coherent grammar some new rowhouses may be added to this grammar others may require a separate grammar PILOT Predicting Interior Layouts Over building Types Supported by CERL 4 common patterns two or three blocks deep front parlor bedrooms upstairs stairway dining room hallway back kitchen dining room auxiliary rooms middle hallway stairway pantry two or three bays wide bays are defined by front windows and doors three bays front hallway two bays no hallway one or two spaces deep both front and back blocks block orientations blocks may be mirrored in various ways various staircase fireplace window and door patterns PILOT Predicting Interior



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