The DeVault-Massengill House is a historical building and farmstead in Piney Flats, Tennessee, United States. The house is a mansion built in the Greek revival style by Isaac DeVault in 1842. The first building on the property, a log cabin built by Henry Massengill around 1769, is also still intact. The house and property was listed in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places as the DeVault-Masengill house in 1985 for its architectural significance.
There are several types of Frisian house s in the Netherlands as well as in Germany. Gulf house Uthland-Frisian house Old Frisian longhouse Bildts farmhouse Geestharden house Frisian farmhouse
The Lifetime Homes Standard is a series of sixteen design criteria intended to make homes more easily adaptable for lifetime use at minimal cost. The concept was initially developed in 1991 by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation and Habinteg Housing Association. The administration and technical support on Lifetime Homes is provided by Habinteg, who took on this responsibility from the Joseph Rowntree Foundation in 2008. On 25 February 2008 the UK Government announced its intention to work towards all new homes being built to Lifetime Homes Standards by 2013. The sixteen criteria are: Circulation space Communal stairs and lifts Approach to dwelling from parking distance, gradients and widths WC and bathroom walls Internal doorways and hallways Bathrooms Approach to all entrances Entrances Stairs and potential through-floor lift in dwellings Potential for entrance level bed space Entrance level WC and shower drainage Entrance level living space Glazing and window handle Potential for fitting of hoists and bedroom / bathroom relationship Location of service controls Parking width or widening capability
A house plan is a set of construction or working drawings that define all the construction specifications of a residential house such as the dimensions, materials, layouts, installation methods and techniques.
Hundreds of Ancestral Puebloan dwellings are found across the American Southwest. With almost all constructed well before 1492 CE, these Puebloan towns and villages are located throughout the geography of the Southwest. Many of these dwellings included various defensive positions, like the high steep mesas such as at the ancient Mesa Verde complex or the present-day Acoma "Sky City" Pueblo. Earlier than 900 CE progressing past the 13th century, the population complexes appear to have been major cultural centers for the Pueblo peoples. There were also settlements scattered throughout the region of varying sizes.