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==United States Building Plans==
 
==United States Building Plans==
 
*[[Pre-1854 Plans]]
 
*[[Pre-1854 Plans]]
*[[Kirkbride Planned Institutions]]
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*[[Kirkbride Planned Institutions | Kirkbride Plan]]
 
*[[Transition Plan]]
 
*[[Transition Plan]]
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*[[Single Building Institutions | Single Building Plan]]
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*[[Rambling Planned Institutions | Rambling Plan]]
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*[[Cottage Planned Institutions | Cottage Plan]]
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*[[Modern Plan]]
 
*[[Willard Plan]]
 
*[[Willard Plan]]
*[[Cottage Planned Institutions]]
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*[[Wisconsin Plan]]
*[[Modern Plan]]
 
 
 
  
 
==United Kingdom Building Plans==
 
==United Kingdom Building Plans==

Latest revision as of 00:07, 17 September 2012

A building plan refers to the over all method to which a particular hospital was built. There have been a wide variety of building plans used over years and methods of building continue to evolve and change into the twenty first century. It is not uncommon for most older hospitals to have progressed with building plan trends throughout the years. Some have even used several different plans as their campuses continued to expand and evolve. Below are links to all the major types of asylum and institution building styles.


United States Building Plans[edit]

United Kingdom Building Plans[edit]