Slide 4: Armour-Stiner House

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Overlooking the Hudson River, the Armour-Stiner house in Irvington, New York, is based on the architectural ideas of Orson Squire Fowler, an amateur architect who inspired a brief octagon-building craze during the Victorian era. The domed residence features such Victorian elements as a cupola, decorative scrollwork, iron pinnacles, projecting dormers, corbels, and of course, a whimsical porch with paired columns.


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