• Being Modern (Graphic Design)
    opposite of natural, flawless and curly is the straight, manmade, cold and calculated. Modernism as Culture Modernism is also a movement, a culture within art, architecture and design. What is responsible is Industrial Revolution, which ended in 19th century. With the Industrial Revolution...
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  • Techni
    more difficult (Wright n.d.), since the early centuries of the Islamic architecture happened just in 637 (Mehraby n.d.). The Emergence of Domes Persian Domes before 1400 A. D. According to Creswell (1913), there was a time when domes were thought to be not really very antique. This opinion, however...
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  • 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...
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  • Louis Sullivan and the Carson, Pirie, Scott and Company Building
    the whole building and made part of ordinary life - form and Fig. 2 th 1 function working together in harmony. “The last third of the 19 century saw the development of a fundamentally new approach to architecture and interior design. All over Europe there was a need for a liberating change of...
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  • Time Capsule Paper
    Time Capsule Paper In my Humanities pursuit I have been task with being a cultural anthropologist in search of hidden time 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...
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  • A Paradigm Shift Caused by the Impact of Interactive Multimedia Technologies
    , architecture, design and the manner in which we experience our world today. Pablo Picasso is one of the greatest modern artists of the 20th century. In 1907 he painted one of his most famous pictures, ‘Les Demoiselles d’Avignon’, (pl.3) and he opened the way for another modern development the ‘Cubism’. In...
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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...
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  • Gaudi in Barcelona
    extraordinary movement in art history from the end of the nineteenth century and lasted from about 1880 to 1915. The style is characterized by using organic, ornamental shapes and patterns and by integrating all aspects of art and design. The movement had different names in different languages. In...
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  • Mannerism and Rococo Architecture
    baroque, its style happened to lose its symmetry and the fluent designs and ornaments became its core characteristics. As the century shift from seventeenth to eighteenth in Italy, France and Germany, spaces intricately interconnected to each other where unified vertically and horizontally. The...
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  • Non-traditional vs Traditional Architecture
    , later to become the cornerstone of Ohiopyle State Park. Their son, Edgar Kaufmann jr., commented on the importance of Fallingwater to Western Pennsylvania Conservancy Design & development when he said, Such a place cannot be possessed. It is a work of man for man; not by a man for a man. Over the...
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  • Humanities in Ancient Rome
    Spain to Saudi Arabia without being influenced in some 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...
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  • Queen Ann Style
    Elizabeth I, Mary I and Victoria; many remarkable things happened to England during her time. Her name has lived through and reflected even in design and furniture styles. Preceding The Queen Anne times, furniture in England had been pretty much copies of previous works from great designs from Italy and...
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  • The Crystal Palace
    designed by Joseph Paxton for the purpose of hosting the Great Exhibition in 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...
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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...
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  • The Vault - Architecture
    architectural 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...
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  • Art Deco Designs in Todays Designs
    luxury goods not just for the wealthy, but also for the general people. One also has to look at what elements designers of today have used from the Art Deco era to create new, simplistic and modern designs. One will look also at the architecture from the era and look at one of the most famous Art Deco...
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  • Peter Eisenman
    have received over 200 awards for design excellence in architecture, planning, interior design, product design and graphic design. Graves is the recipient of the 2001 Gold Medal of the American Institute of Architects. * Michael Graves is considered as one of the five architects, known as ‘New...
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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...
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  • Flooded McDonalds
    something admired as an icon”. This paper will address how Superflex’s Flooded Mcdonald’s became an iconic artwork of the twenty-first century and why this piece became so thought provoking to the art community. What exactly was this artwork? It is just as it sounds, a flooded McDonald’s. This...
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  • biomimicry research institute
    , structural and integration in building performance. Menges (2009) describe that architecture as a material practice that used an approach to design that is characterised by elaborate the form over the materialisation process. This study require to understand the form, structure and material as an...
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