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Unformatted text preview: School of Architecture and Interior Design College of DAAP University of Cincinnati Exam 2 - 100 oints 10. 11. 12 13. 14. 15. 16. gé History of Modern Architecture Spring 2007 Name 5 JEREZSIM Section GA name: 40 51 The German architectural writer who mythologized the English Arts and Crafts house at the term of the century was MUTHESlus The European city that was the inspiration for Wiley Corbet‘s and Hugh Ferris' multi-level city studies was : % Signs LQE The Futurist Manifesto was written by 1 £01 (513$.I MIL-nan O’r‘i‘b wfim g . was the "father figure" of the Secessionists. Gaudi's patron in Barcelona was The style that evolved in Finland to express and preserve the indigenous culture in the face of increasing pressure by the czar to 'russify‘ Finland was NI’CTDNAL @W’PlC What two theoreticians influenced the work of Perret? LE; (>ng " and g Hag Peter Behrens was hired by £62 to redesign its corporate image. 5gfl§3§pfi£§ was the major building project that focused the energies of German expressionists immediately following the end of WWI. The type of California house that influenced the work of Greene and Greene was known as the: _ E UlgééLOM Describe the elevational treatment Saarinen typicall%used in the towers of his Finnish buildings: ioweaa x411 Hgép docks + WWW/EN Vlang 5: The architect chosen by Henry Ford to design his factories in Detroit was AHA) The Wasmuth Volumes documented the early work of 6H7. What was the 'crystal chain?‘ UT \ 5 flNDEiQQRGO/U 0 D53! 6N BBS List two precedents for the ornament used on the Art Deco skyscraper: a. CH 1&7ng QHOCV dWiCK/‘YF’I; [V10 U945“ The architect of the Rusakov Worker's Club was MIN LNl Kg 3c ’ is T... MthV 17. 20. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 28. 29. 30. 32. 33. 35. 36. The difference between Horta's curvilinear lines and those of van de Velde was & mexsncai : 35:. '5‘ Q & Commend/ED Describe Mackintosh's approach to the design of interior spaces: M G I CC, is best known for his eclecticism, being able to synthesize a diverse collection of stylistic elements with the technology of the day, including such off-the-shelf materials as industrial metal sash and sheet asbestos panels. What was the secret of Roman cement that was rediscovered in the 19th Century? USED IN HYDROLK; CEMENT“ THAT L67“ (7' HABDDU vVZO Amospz-(ERE dcamm’r’ , What theoretician was very influential on the work of Victor Horta? "JDUC/ liege» The elevational treatment used in the entrance facade of Grundtvig church is best described as fiEPRED é‘BLE ’/—\ Where did this form originate in Denmark? ) EEQCITGNQ 1 Z Qfifll gd O“! U RCHIES The first important French contractor of reinforced concrete prior to the Franco-Prussian War was: g :cme/u a E Loos Margaret McDonald's signature motif was the The term, raumplan, was devised by to describe his interiors which incorporated interpenetrations of spaces. The two young Dutch expressionists who worked in the office of Johan van der Meij were: Loos designed the Singer Building, the first US. building to break the 600‘ mark. Constructivist architecture was primarily a product of this country: 72L) 35‘! A Why did Gaudi incline his columns? 'D w WKU ST— The city that was the center of German applied arts and the home of the Ernst Ludwig school of art was Dam /" "Prouns," ideograms with a Utopian content, were conceived by l‘ 1‘ Lt The arches used by Gaudi had a Efiggs OL—J C profile. The painter who collaborated with Olbrich in the design of the Secession Building was NW 2 ' f g is the name of Wright's compound in Spring Green. What device is used in the Stockholm City Hall to link it with the adjacent lake? ARCA DE . (p in which country was the principle of reinforcing concrete first developed? a QM g :E 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. The EEK-fig WWKEUND was founded to encourage the improvementof machine production in Germany. The Grosses Schauspielhaus in Berlin was designed by OEL’Zkfi‘c z [r1 STW is the name of residential compound of Gesellius, Lindgren, and Saarinen. One of the major differences between the houses designed by Wright and those designed by Greene and Greene roofs. V” . was that Wright used Ht? (type of) roofs while Greene and Greene used éfi‘vBLE Describe Hugo Haring’s design methodology as manifested in the Gut Garkau cowshed: finer/E95. Egan (N Scoqgflr d Icgsofi 07—“ EEEDWG Which buildingrepresented Berlage‘s revival of the Dutch indigenous masonry tradition? M I no: Bcemee AM Identify the building/object and designer for the four illustrations on the next page: 43. 44. 45. 46. SP tS_L._{-:_UAU 5 designed by ° EL'Z\$ —L_ deSigned by MW Wesigned by Wfléfi’l— \N Cuto‘e'a (:9 ‘ rr‘C-~ V designed by {L ~é ,3 152'. {1.313 "" " 4 52 _ If“; ' School of Architecture and Interior Design History of Modern Architecture College. of DAAP. . ~ 1 Spring 2004 Unrversrty of Cincmnati kw +0 Name r Exa 2 - 100 omts M ® 4‘“, M section GA name: M W V The Belgian Art Nouveau architect who eventually moved to Berlin was VIM é UNA" 2. What project by Mackintosh exhibited at the Secession had a profound influence on these designers? W__ 3. The movement in Scandinavia at the turn of the century that was a genuine attempt to interpret the indigenous tradition of each of the respective countries is referred to as is)de 4. Ernest Hansome's concrete framed factories bore a stunning resemblance to those designed at the Q same time by what French pioneer in concrete? M l 5. The German architectural theorist who noted the inferior quality of German manufactured goods at the 1851 World's Fair was Mid-k!!!“ l 6. The Cathedral of Socialism was the ultimate goal of what movement? Efiaimtim \ 7 Ernest Flagg's design of the Singer Building in New York can best be described as EMfiU'C l I What was the difference in how Wright approached the design of his interiors and how van Doesburg designed his interiors?__!*“ WSLM.‘ 91mm wani- Wa Una? M—AIQ‘PWA‘;( (mow-Au FULL-Pt um ‘ our-Wits The Paris subway stations were designed by 10. Name the firm that Joseph Hoffmann helped to start that produced high quality objects and furnishings for houses _\N\‘M UJeyk sfi'tk— 11. "The arrangement of a vertical force against a contrasting and balancing horizontal volume" best describes the compositional theory employed by SMW’B“ 12. The original purpose of the Domino system was to KEBUlLD ELAUDUIS m M; 13. The first Expressionist glass skyscraper was designed by MIES 14. Neo-PIasticism is a term associated with what movement? I): 1 5. The designer of the German Glass industry Pavilion at the 1914 Deutscher Werkbund exhibition was: ___’l-A'IL______ 16. The German equivalent of Art Nouveau was called 17. The Fagus Works was designed by ME 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 28 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31 . 32‘ 33. 34. 35. The French rationalist tradition. started by Soufflot, and best represented by the work of Perret, was a quest to synthesize the ideas of what two historic styles? b_ m L a. CLASSlCAV The Tampere Cathedral was designed by 50mg Adolf Loos' major written treatise on architecture was OWN 3 “MAE m designed the Nebraska state Capitol. The Red-Blue Chair was designed by ‘27“! The conte crayon renderings of the design potential of the 1916 New York zoning code were drawn by EEG“) A distinguishing motif of Art Nouveau was the Mfififl Like The two people responsible for the design of the Secession Building were: a. ‘5” b. Am! I The Swiss engineer famous for his graceful, shallow arched. three-hinged concrete bridges was MAlUvflI Gropius was responsible for what building at the 1914 Deutscher Werkbund Exhibition? MflgL__ What was the major difference between de Klerk and Kramer's exterior design methodologies? wm_ PP: V6 mMat ours susmsmf; __._ The Autobiography of an Idea was written by SON-42”“, The architect known for his wire and fishing weight models used to determine the structure of his buildings was £AIPL__________* "I am particularly interested in the square as such and in the use of black and white as dominant colors, because these clear elements have never appeared in earlier styles," is a quote by Saarinen's favorite interior color was Portland Cement was first invented in which country ? EZlTAnJ Did Mies extrude the Iotlines of the site in both of his glass skyscraper proposals? Why? ND " T2296 T We sues 3 geezer (ma Ekwéffi . .__~ Herman Muthesius used which type of building as the model for Germany to emulate in order to improve its building design? AM: ‘04:“: 4h“. 36. The first Neo—Gothic skyscraper to break the stranglehold of Neo~Classlcism in New York City was the 37. Name two avant-garde art movements which emerged in Russia just prior to the Russian revolution and the respective leader of each: a a, S u KEMA’TISM NALeucH " b_ Cows—mach wsm 'TA'TLMJ Identify the building/object and designer for the four illustrations on the next page: 38. my 94.- 7°. “’1- designed by “ESN‘N 33-0; 39, CH‘C- TZ'GOLE designed by WKle 4o. Lkséaw (A2? designed by NLfiENTost-l 41. ULA designed by (E [32¢ ...
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