I am viewing a two-story building located in Historic Ocala (Florida), in the historical center of the city where parks are a common feature. This is a communal dwelling as it is a hotel, and many people coming from different cities and countries stay in it, so the building has to be universal and be able to meet the needs of very different people.
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The façade displays symmetry as the building in question consists of two almost identical wings that are united by the entrance that leads to the hall, which is hidden behind trees, and there is even a feeling that the two wings are separated by the garden. Geometric forms prevail in the building as the construction has a rectangular form with rectangular windows, while rounded forms over the windows and the entrance stand out and stress the idea of geometric forms.
It is possible to identify an important motif in the building: the entrance, as well as windows of the building, have the shape of the umbrella, which creates the idea of cooling shadows, and this idea is supported by abundance of trees, which is an important motif for a hotel where people are meant to have rest.
The architect employed simulated textures (smooth walls would stand out against the natural setting), which makes the building seem a part of the garden that surrounds it, and a feeling of naturalism and harmony with nature is created.
This building under consideration is located in a rural area where natural features (trees, significant areas of land) prevail, and it is an individual dwelling, which means that the house meets the needs of a limited number of people (a family). The building is a wood construction that is more than 100 years old and, hence, it bears features of the architecture that were typical at that period.
The house has a geometric shape as such forms as rectangles and triangles prevail, and this motif is emphasized by the use of the panel (which serves as a visual base of the construction) that consists of many small rhombs at the base of the house while the lines of walls and the roof also serve as a certain geometric element.
The building is characterized by natural texture as wood is utilized as the major building material, and it is not covered with anything, as even the color of the house is natural, which enables the house to fit into the rural area in the most natural way. The façade of the building displays asymmetry though there is a balance as windows are located in a specific order, and posts also create a feeling of certain balance while the roof, the base, and the posts create a symbolic frame for the house, which contributes to the idea of balance.
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Wood posts that support the roof and create a small terrace also contribute to the major geometric form, as there are triangular shapes at the top of the posts while rounded elements (strings attached to the posts) stress the idea of geometric shapes and it is necessary to note that it does not make the house stand out against the natural rural setting with its trees and open spaces, but the house serves as a particular line that emphasizes the naturally curved lines..