A View from the Attic

Massey, James C.; Maxwell, Shirley
July 2006
Old House Journal;Jul/Aug2006, Vol. 34 Issue 4, p62
The article features different designs of attics constructed for various forces that was popularized since the earlier times in the U.S. Respective usage of garret includes storage for old things or serve as living quarters and working spaces. The architecture of attic depicts the influence of cultures from different nationality made home in America. From 18th to 20th century, developments in the design showed the rich history of architectural art in the country.


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