Unit 2 Study Guide LARC 4413

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Study Guide Unit 2: City Planning & Garden Design in the 19th & Early 20th Centuries LARC 4413 Contemporary Landscape Architecture Spring 2011 Be familiar with design concepts of and be able to recognize in plan and views: New Harmony, Indiana Saltaire Port Sunlight Bourneville Letchworth Welwyn Paris 1853-1870 Pullman, Illinois Llewellyn Park Riverside Stanford University Capitol Grounds, Washington DC World’s Columbian Exposition Jackson Park Court of Honor Work of the McMillan Commission in DC San Francisco plan, 1905 Chicago plan, 1909 Victorian Era gardens Shelburne Farms Biltmore Munstead Wood Faulkner Farm Gwinn Stan Hywet Hall Dumbarton Oaks Be able identify the principles espoused by (and/or works of) as discussed in class: Robert Owen
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Unformatted text preview: Ebenezer Howard Baron Haussmann Frederick Law Olmsted Frederick Law Olmsted, Jr. Richard Morris Hunt Charles McKim Daniel Burnham Louis Sullivan Charles Mulford Robinson John Claudius Louden William Morris William Robinson Reginald Blomfield Gertrude Jekyll Edwin Lutyens Charles Platt Edith Wharton Ellen Biddle Shipman Warren Manning Beatrix Farrand Be able to recognize, identify, discuss and/or define: Urban impacts of Industrialization Industrial towns in England and America Garden Cities of Tomorrow Role of exhibitions in Europe Examples of utopian American towns Romantic suburbs City Beautiful Movement Beaux Arts Movement American Academy in Rome Gardenesque Gilded Age Biltmore Forest School Arts & Crafts Movement Country Place Era...
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This note was uploaded on 04/28/2011 for the course LARC 4133 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at Arkansas.

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