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This article was published on: 05/01/2001


 CREOLE
 
 

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Architecture Index

Residential
Art Deco
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Creole
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Ranch
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Shed
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Victorian

Home features
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Interior Details
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Creole
--The Creole Cottage, which is mostly found in the South, originated in New Orleans in the 1700s. The homes are distinguished by a front wall that recedes to form a first-story porch and second-story balcony that stretch across the entire front of the structure. Full-length windows open into the balconies, and lacy ironwork characteristically runs across the second-story level. These two- and three-story homes are symmetrical in design with front entrances placed at the center.

"Creole French," a variation of the basic Creole design, came into vogue in southern states in the 1940s and 1950s.


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


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