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Hunter House - Georgian Colonial architecture  mid-18th century. The great mercantile families lived patrician lives, building harbor-front mansions overlooking their trading ships, and entertained in grand style. They bought furniture and silver from local craftsmen and were the patrons of such important early painters as Robert Feke and Gilbert Stuart.

Hunter House is one of the finest examples of Georgian Colonial architecture from Newport's "golden age" in the century.

Rockport, MA shingle style

Classic Shingle Style Beach House, Stunning Ocean View Vacation Rental in Merrimack Valley

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Robert A.M. Stern

My dream home. Robert A. Stern Architects - Residence in Highland Park. Love the huge windows.

1906 ~ the Queen Mother. Such a beautiful little girl!

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Isaac Bell House in Newport, RI is a Shingle Style house designed by architects McKim, Mead, and White in 1883

Chapter 18 - Shingle Style and American Arts and Crafts - Architecture - Isaac Bell House, Newport , Rhode Island McKim, Mead and White

Kala Ksetram, South indian courtyard

Flowers and fish The courtyard features a pond of giant black Coy fish, fabulously patinaed walls, and revolving art installations.The Tintagel Hotel, Colombo, Sri Lanka

William Watts Sherman house, Newport, Rhode Island. McKim, Mead, & White, 1874. Image: bluelibris, via Flickr

William Watts Sherman House, Newport RI

An 1874 Shingle Style house designed by architect H. Richardson after the Queen Anne designs of Richard Norman Shaw. It is currently being used as a dormitory at Salve Regina University.

the William Low House, 1887, Shingle Style

Shingle Style and American Arts and Crafts

Newport, RI - Isaac Bell House. One of the best surviving examples of shingle style architecture in the country. The house was designed in 1883 for Isaac Bell, a wealthy cotton broker and investor. After passing through a succession of owners, the Isaac Bell House was purchased by the Preservation Society in 1996, and is today designated a National Historic Landmark. The exterior of the house has been extensively renovated and interior restoration work is continuing.

The Isaac Bell House is one of the best surviving examples of shingle style architecture in the country. The house was designed by the firm of McKim, Mead and White in 1883

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This beautiful house was built in 1897 on the rocky shore near Sunset, Maine as a summer home for famed landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted. Named Felsted, it was designed by the respected architect William Ralph Emerson.