Saturday, March 7, 2009

Housing in North America

The spectacular Victorian Style of Housing in San Francisco, California has different versions: Like the classical above or the groovy colorful style that surrounds Height Street.

Modernity in Bay Area is shaped by these contrast of colors and a playful arrangement of windows, balconies, different levels and stairs.

Housing in Toronto, Canada is less spectacular than the one in San Francisco, but looks cleaner and simpler.

A lot of apartments in Montréal, Québec have this flat front with long stairs outside the homes. And a combination of Earthy tones with white outlines. It looks dull at some point but very homegenious.

Modernity in the Housing of Québec is shaped in some areas by this french-style town houses.
Mascouche, Québec

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