08.gothic.1

08.gothic.1 - Compact plan Increase of opening-to-wall The...

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The Gothic Synthesis Structure and Aesthetics of Dematerialization
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Abbot Suger’s chevet at St.-Denis
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St.-Denis
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High Gothic plans
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Early & High Gothic
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Web construction (Possible method)
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Early French Gothic
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Laon
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6 part ribbed vaulting
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Nave 4 part elevation
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External buttressing
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Paris, Notre Dame
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Notre Dame de Chartres the west portal (1140’s)
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High Gothic Portals with integral sculpture Four part vaulting Three part nave elevation Triforium (shallow wall-passage))
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Unformatted text preview: Compact plan Increase of opening-to-wall The three part elevation (1194+) From Laon to Chartres streamlining Flying buttresses Glass, light, and color Cames and templates A surviving cutting table Reims, the coronation church Portal and sculptured figures Going overboard at Beauvais (+1248) A return to 6-part vaulting Rethinking the situation The Ste.-Chapelle Paris, the Ste.Chapelle of St.-Louis IX (1242+)...
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