(T2) 20th Century Eclecticism, Art Deco and the International Style in America

(T2) 20th Century Eclecticism, Art Deco and the International Style in America

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SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE ARC 1701 Architectural History for Non Majors Summer Term 20 th Century: Eclecticism, Art Deco and the International Style in America (01) Classical and Eclectic Design in America - 1893 Columbian World Exposition, Chicago: the “ White City - Flatiron (Fuller) Building, NYC by Daniel Burnham (1902) - Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC: Hunt (1895-1905) / MM&W (1904-26) - NYC Public Library by Carrere & Hastings (1911) academic classicism - Woolworth Building, NYC by Cass Gilbert (1913) gothic tower (02) Chicago Tribune Tower (1922) international competition with 263 entries - Howells & Hood won competition with a “neo-gothic” tower / entries also included modernist projects by Saarinen, Gropius, Bruno Taut and Adolf Loos (03) Regional Developments on the West Coast - Green & Green, Gamble House, Pasadena (1909) - Bernard Maybeck, Christian Science Church, Berkeley (1912) Palace of Fine Arts, San Francisco (1915) (04) Art Deco or "l'art moderne" or "streamline"
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