9-28-06 - Greek architecture cont. Pergamon, Greece 22nd...

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Greek architecture cont. Pergamon, Greece 22 nd Century BP Highly formal, highly symmetrical Bouleutenon, Miletus, Turkey 2175 BP Roman architecture Roman house vs Hellenistic (ancient greek) house The walls have become a sort of two level layer, it has lost its thickness Pompeii, Italy, 79 A.D. Minor roman city Similar to greek, roman architecture had its own distinct pieces of importance. Roman architecture in general The arch is a very important structural system, spreads the weight load. Arch vs. overhead platform, the relationship of the person to the arch is always quite dynamic, where you stand changes your relationship to the arch above you. With the overhead platform, you are always the same distance, no matter where you are underneath. Arch makes tunnel when extended, intersection when intersected, and dome when rotated, important in many basic structures. Most simple use of arch was used in the aqueducts, to bring water to the
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2008 for the course ARCH 3114 taught by Professor Ameri during the Fall '07 term at Colorado.

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9-28-06 - Greek architecture cont. Pergamon, Greece 22nd...

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