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  1. 28 de oct. de 2023 · BanksPhotos/Getty Images Best for: Multipurpose HVAC that heats and cools quickly By far the most common HVAC system in modern North American homes, the forced air system uses a furnace with a blower fan that delivers warmed air to the various rooms of the home through a network of ducts. Forced air systems are very quick at adjusting the temperature of a room, and because air conditioning ...

  2. 8 de ago. de 2022 · Ranch homes are another popular kind of single-family home. Ranch houses are generally single-story properties, usually wider than they are deep, with a lower-pitched roof and an open or semi-open ...

  3. Hollow Logs – Animals that live in the woods, such as bobcats, mink, foxes, otters, skunks, and weasels often like to make their homes in hollow logs. Tree Hollows – Squirrels, owls, porcupines, and raccoons all like to make their homes in the hollow (an empty hole in the trunk) of a tree. Even black bears like to live in tree hollows.

  4. Longhouses are Native American homes used by the Iroquois tribes and some of their Algonquian neighbors. They are built similarly to wigwams, with pole frames and elm bark covering. The main difference is that longhouses are much, much larger than wigwams. Longhouses could be 200 feet long, 20 feet wide, and 20 feet high.

  5. Carson Ellis. Picturebook. This is a beautifully illustrated picture book that depicts homes of different kinds, both real and imaginative. The book is wonderful for provoking thinking and discussion about what makes something a home and why people might live in different sorts of homes. Buy from Amazon.

  6. Tulou 🏮. The Fujian Tulou are traditional dwellings from southwest China built by the Hakka minority. These Chinese houses were built between the 12th and 20th centuries in the Fujian and Guangdong regions. They are large segmented houses made of land in which several families live.

  7. Art deco comes from a variety of influences: ancient Egypt, 1930s Hollywood and the tropical pastels of Miami Beach. Typical art deco structures have flat roofs, smooth stucco walls with rounded corners and bold exterior decorations. The style is used more often for office buildings than private homes.