LA 211 FINALStudy Guide

LA 211 FINALStudy Guide - Landscape Architecture 211 Final...

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Landscape Architecture 211 Final Study Guide Authors Gurpal Bhoot Submission Date Lab Date Instructor Table of Contents
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1. Table of Figures List of Tables 2.Renaissance a) A new spirit – rebirth of classical ideas and discover of humanity b) Classical Design c) Time of Transcendence 1. Redefinition and Expansion of Design Form and Logic 1.1. Symmetry 1.2. Perspective 1.3. “Fibonacci Sequence” a) Dynamic Rectangle b) Golden Section c) Elongated (infinity) gardens – seems like it goes on forever 1.4. Art and Design Phases of the Renaissance a) Which gardens are examples of this style? (Early and High Renaissance) a. “calm and harmonious” b) Mannerism: What is Mannerism? a. Mannerists manipulate nature creating an idealized perception of grace and beauty. Lab 2 – CMOS VTC and Noise Margins Page 2 of 13
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b. What human form should be like. c. Strong connection between race & beauty, idealized elongated neck, arm and legs 2. The Renaissance Garden a) The Owner b) The Artist a. Designer b. Creates everything c) The Humanist a. Poet b. The Story Teller c. Puts it all together 3. Dolphin Fountain a) Wisdom b) Protector of human beings and knowledge 4. Cardinals Table a) Eat at Table of Agriculture 5. Fountain of Lights a) Located in the Villa Lante b) Water Organ a. Transitions in design of Villa lante b. Water is the focal point and drags down the garden c) Staris a. Move you thorough the garden b. Chains and Splits, ramps past the emblem d) Strong axis e) Parterre Style Lab 2 – CMOS VTC and Noise Margins Page 3 of 13
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f) Movement through LIFE 6. Pegasus Fountain a) With the four Nereides spouting water upwards b) Muses a. Meditation b. Memory c. Poetry d. Song e. History f. Dancing g. Comedy 7. Fountain of the Giants a) Represents the Tiber and Arno Rivers – Juniper and Neptune b) The Friendship between Rome (church) and Florence (industry and wealth) c) Fertility to the Land 8. Loggia a) A gallery or corridor at ground level on the façade of a building b) Open to the air on one side c) Early Renaissance a. Ground Level d) Mannerism a. Built on higher levels 9. Baroque a) Italian Renaissance Lab 2 – CMOS VTC and Noise Margins Page 4 of 13
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10. Bosco Sacro a) Sacred Woood
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