Place your name and address on the first sheet of the test. Use a light grade of paper and write on one side of the sheet only. Do not copy answers from the lesson paper. Use your own words, so that your instructor may know that you understand the subject. Resd the lesson paper a number of times before attempting to answer the questions.
2. What disadvantages arise from an unwise distribution of floor space?
3. Name the different types of entrances.
4. Describe the advantages and disadvantages of a reception hall plan.
5. What are some of the special needs of farm houses?
6. Which of the nine plans illustrated do you like best? Why?
8. Which type of kitchen plans do you prefer?
What are your reasons?
9. How is ease secured in stairs?
10. What are the advantages of a combination stairs?
11. Complete the plan you like best (No. 1, 3, 4, 5, or 6) for the first and second story. Make your drawing twice the size of the illustration, i. e., scale 1/8 inch=i foot, using cross section paper.
12. Indicate on your sketch the position and size of range, sink, refrigerator, and dining room table on the first floor, and of the beds and bureaus on the second floor, determining their position by using small bits of paper as described on page 95.
Note. After completing the test sign your full nam.
HOME OF ONE OF OUR ENGLISH STUDENTS; TOWER PORTION BUILT BEFORE THE DISCOVERY OF AMERICA.
The Tower Illustrates Norman Architecture, Roofed Part English Gothic.
HALL AND STAIRWAY IN NEW ENGLAND COLONIAL STYLE.
Frank Chouteau Brown. Architect.