• architecture
    Architecture & Power Introduction: Briefly talk about architecture Its effect on people How buildings can influence people Why those particular buildings (TYPE)? What do they all have in common? The topic I would like to investigate in my dissertation is how architecture has been used as a tool...
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  • Techni
    Dissertation-Service.co.uk Persian Domes 1 Introduction Persian architecture has a continuous history—one that dates back to more than 6,000 years. Still, it doesn’t fail to fascinate us with both its architectural and aesthetic value which was considered to be “magical and in vocational in...
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  • A Paradigm Shift Caused by the Impact of Interactive Multimedia Technologies
    circumstances. To clarify the debate it will be useful to distinguish the discourses of the modern and the post-modern starting from the modern. What is it or what it used to be? The explanations for this inquest could monopolise the essay by themselves so I will attempt to resume the most important aspects...
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  • Mannerism and Rococo Architecture
    STYLE FILE Origin Italy France Major Influences *Italian art, painting and architecture *Light-hearted themes on painting architecture and sculpture. *‘feminine style’- furniture, tapestry, clothing, interior design Notable Features *Intellectual and artificial, elongated forms, exaggerated...
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  • Being Modern (Graphic Design)
    Andrew Selivjorstovs 20047803 | Being Modern | Design, 2nd year, 1st semester. Dr. Cordula Hansen | 8/31/2012 | | | Word count 2560 Modernism in Design | Modernism as Culture | Modernist Architect | Modernism Today | Modernism in Design. Modernism is a break away from nature, harmony...
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  • Louis Sullivan and the Carson, Pirie, Scott and Company Building
    Sullivan and the Carson, Pirie, Scott and Company Building Page 1 Art Nouveau is a very renowned style of art, applied art, and architecture. It is an influential design movement and an international philosophy. The name “Art Nouveau” itself means “new art” in the French language, and is also known...
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  • Time Capsule Paper
    capsules from both The Renaissance and Age of Baroque periods. It has been rumored that there are artifacts from both periods such as art, music, architecture, philosphy, and literature that lie within these capsules. I hope to be able to unlock some of the myteries of these periods once we descover the...
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  • The Crystal Palace
    1851. The construction of the Crystal Palace was rapid due to the controversial design of Joseph Paxton. Therefore, the Crystal Palace has been the center of discussions for over a century and a half because of its design and purpose. The man that gained his fame from merely designing the Crystal Palace...
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  • Modernism
    Aric Phuong 10/6/12 The True Art of Modern Design Modernism defines a period of change within the world that took place between the end of the nineteenth century and throughout the twentieth century. Modernism represents a shift in attitudes among designers and artists in wanting to create a universal...
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  • Non-traditional vs Traditional Architecture
    Introduction to the History of Western Architecture August 26, 2013 Final Written Assignment Non-traditional (Fallingwater) And Traditional Architecture (Batcheller Mansion) On our way home from dropping the kids off at the mid-point between Albany and Hilton Head Island my wife and...
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  • Architecture
    the twentieth century, on the marshy plain bordered by the rivers Sava and Danube, stretching between the historical cities of Zemun and Belgrade.[1] The terrain of this modern development, most dramatically beheld from the position of the ancient Belgrade fortress, served for centuries as a no-man's-land...
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  • Humanities in Ancient Rome
    way or another by the empire. Over the twelve centuries of Rome’s existence, it produced hundreds upon thousands of architects, musicians, playwrights, actors, sculptures and many other artists of all kinds. Arguably though, Rome is most known for its stunning architecture, classic sculptures and beautiful...
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  • pantheon in paris
    today serves as a glimpse of history as the burial place for French heroes, leaders, artists, and writers. Neo-Classical architecture is a new birth of the classical architecture of ancient Greece and Rome. A Neoclassical building is likely to have these features: symmetrical shape, tall columns...
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  • Gaudi in Barcelona
    Gaudi i Cornet was worn in the province of Tarragona in Catalonia in 1852. At the age of 16 Gaudi left his hometown Reus to join the school of architecture of Barcelona. At that time Barcelona was a fast-growing city because of the start of its industry. It was the main city of Catalunya where at...
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  • Peter Eisenman
    OF ARCHITECTURE IV A Report On Works of PETER EISENMAN & MICHAEL GRAVES Submitted to : Submitted by : Mr. Ashok Pareek Kandarp Rajyaguru 2010UAR139 PETER EISENMAN Introduction * Peter Eisenman was born in 1932 in Newark, New Jersey. He studied architecture from...
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  • Art Deco Designs in Todays Designs
    Access to HE: Art & Design 2013 Word count: 2716 Has Art Deco influenced the designs of today? By ...
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  • American Figures
    by Katherine Hoffman and printed in Singapore. The third book I have chosen for this assignment falls under the Architecture topic and it is called Frank Lloyd Wright An American Architecture. This book gives some of this biography as well as the buildings he designed and how he got the inspiration. Finally...
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  • The Vault - Architecture
    masterpieces, in three distinctive empires, in diverse cities and at unusual eras, but they all have one common structural design element. What could that element be? It is the structural design known as: The Vault. This paper aims on discussing that element which was commonly found in each and every one of...
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  • Risd
    Going to the RISD art museum happened to be a little more hassle than we expected it to be. I went there first with Tom on Friday the 22nd and we got there 4:45 which happened to be 15 min before closing. So we had to go home and come back on Tuesday the 26th. Once we finally got in it was very nice...
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  • Jerusalem Buildings
    The architecture in Jerusalem changed in many ways during the middle ages. The different groups of Christians and Muslims used buildings and architecture as means to advance their own religion in the city over many years. Among these buildings was The Dome of the Rock in 688-692, the Knights Templar...
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