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The Palladian (also called Venetian) window on the north elevation of Mount Vernon is ... Treasury of Designs, however, certainly inspired the window's design. The Palladian Window at the center of the New Room The Palladian (also called Venetian) window on the north elevation of the Mount Vernon mansion is one of the house's most distinctive features. The window illuminates the large dining room (known as the new room) planned by George Washington as part of his second wave of renovations to the house. Begun in 1774, craftsmen did not complete the room until 1787. Called "the new room" by the Washingtons, the room is the largest, most public, and most elaborately decorated room at Mount Vernon. More than twice the size of the family dining room and running the building's full width, the room was large enough for the refined entertaining required as the General’s fame and importance grew. Decorated in the latest contemporary English and colonial fashion with an agricultural theme, the room proclaimed Washington's sophisticated taste and desire to be identified first and foremost as a private planter. Highlights of the Neoclassical details include farm implements in the ceiling's stuccowork and pastoral scenes carved into the marble mantelpiece. Made of a large quantity of imported glass and providing a generous view of the Potomac River plantation, the Palladian window is an essential part of Washington’s program for the space. Few buildings in the colonies boasted such an elegant feature, though Washington might have seen a similar window on houses such as those designed by William Buckland in Maryland or on public edifices such as Pennsylvania's state house (known today as Independence Hall).1 Plate 51 of British architect Batty Langley's 1750 pattern book City and Country Builder's and Workman's Treasury of Designs, however, certainly inspired the window's design.
The Washington-Willow neighborhood was designated as a National Register District in 1980. ... Washington-Willow Design Standards Opens in new window ... HomeCommunityHistoric PreservationWashington-Willow District Design Standards Washington-Willow Historic District Design Standards The Washington-Willow neighborhood was designated as a National Register District in 1980. Due to recent development pressure in the area, residents and property owners contacted the city to preserve the historic character of the neighborhood. In April 2018, the city conducted a survey of neighborhood property owners and received an overall positive response to creating design standards for the neighborhood. In August 2018, the City Council approved budget to hire a consultant to prepare design standards. This project is intended to result in the adoption of preservation design standards for the neighborhood. The process will emphasize education through public information meetings and workshops for property owners and the Historic District Commission. Public discussion and participation will be integral to creating the design standards that are as “user-friendly” and easy to understand as possible. The project will focus on the following: District-Specific Approach: The design guidelines will be prepared with photographs of existing character within the community and the specific historic district. Sustainability: Throughout the country historic preservation is increasingly intertwined with a community’s overall approach to “Green” and sustainability practices. Those working in rehabilitation have always been aware of the inherent energy and materials conservation that historic preservation provides. The design guidelines will place an emphasis on the connection between historic building rehabilitation and sustainability. The guidelines will promote the inclusion of “green” building materials that meet historic preservation guidelines and “best practices”.
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