Gothic Study Guide

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Gothic Architecture pointed arch, ribbed vault, and flying buttress to serve verticality and divine light maximum glazing, membrane held by the exo-skeleton
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Abbey Church of St.-Denis, near Paris, France 1140-1144 entrance in to the Heavenly Jerusalem massive wall divided into three bays by wall buttresses crenellated heights
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Abbey Church of St.-Denis, near Paris, France 1140-1144 begun under Abbot Suger friend of Louis VI and VII and regent of France begin at east and west end
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Abbey Church of St.-Denis, near Paris, France 1140-1144 apse, ambulatory, chapels all integrated into one space pointed arch and ribbed vault allow maximum glazing for Divine Light light is the closest thing to the divine on earth
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Abbey Church of St.-Denis, near Paris, France 1140-1144
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Abbey Church of St.-Denis, near Paris, France 1140-1144
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Laon, Paris, Chartres, Amiens
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Notre-Dame, Paris, France begun 1163
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Notre-Dame, Paris, France begun 1163 plan stays within the pin profile transept brought to the center arcade gallery triforium clerestory six-part vaults in nave
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Notre Dame, Paris, France begun 1163
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Notre Dame, Paris, France begun 1163 begun with four levels ended with three (classical elevation)
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Unformatted text preview: Notre-Dame, Chartres, France begun 1194 Notre-Dame, Chartres, France begun 1194 Notre-Dame, Chartres, France begun 1194 3 levels: arcade, triforium, clerestory gallery is eliminated with the development of the flying buttress 4-part vault creates total system nave: 125 in height arcade: 46 in height Notre Dame, Amiens, France begun 1220 Robert de Luzarches, architect Notre Dame, Amiens, France begun 1220 Robert de Luzarches, architect Notre Dame, Amiens, France begun 1220 nave: 139 in total height, 1:3 width to height arcade: 65 in height Notre Dame, Amiens, France begun 1220 Robert de Luzarches, architect Notre Dame, Amiens, France begun 1220 Robert de Luzarches, architect choir by Thomas de Cormont total glazing of clerestory and triforium Cathedral, Salisbury, England 1220-1260 Cathedral, Salisbury, England 1220-1260 built on a clean new site large community: extended east ent Cathedral, Salisbury, England 1220-1260 classical 3-part elevation without the Gallic height horizontality is emphasized by alternating colored stone, plasticity of the colonnettes...
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This note was uploaded on 02/15/2011 for the course ARC 1701 taught by Professor Cappellari during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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