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Unformatted text preview: ARCHITECTURAL HISTORY for NON MAJORS College of Design, Construction and Planning School of Architecture ARC 1701/ARC 1720 Architectural History for Non‐Majors: Class Lecture Outline and Schedule Summer B term 2009 (P.E. Prugh instructor) Revised 07‐11‐09 WEEK #01 June 29 30 July 01 02 03 WEEK #02 July 06 07 08 09 10 Week #03 July 13 14 15 16 17 Week #04 July 20 21 22 23 24 Week #05 July 27 28 29 30 31 Week #06 August 03 04 05 06 07 (Sat) 08 Introduction to Architectural History and Architecture in Pre‐History (Introduction) Ancient Mesopotamia and Egypt (ch. 1) Ancient Greece and the Minoan Culture on Crete (ch. 2) **(see Note 1 at bottom of page) Ancient Asian Cultures (ch. 3 & 4) HOLIDAY: 4th of July weekend NO CLASS Ancient Etruscan Culture and Rome (ch. 5) Early Christian Architecture, the Byzantine Empire (ch. 6) Early Medieval, Carolingian and Romanesque Architecture in Western Europe (ch. 8) Medieval and Gothic Architecture in Western Europe (ch. 9) Pre‐Colonial Architecture in Africa and the Americas & Islam (ch.7 & 10) Early Renaissance in N. Italy and the High Renaissance in Rome (ch. 11) Late Renaissance, Mannerism and the Renaissance Garden (ch. 11) First Gordon Rule paper due in class The Renaissance in France, England, Spain and Central Europe (ch. 11) Baroque in Rome and Northern Italy (ch. 12) MID‐TERM EXAM: in class (covers Pre‐History through the Renaissance) Baroque in France, England, Spain and Central Europe (ch. 12) The 18th Century: The Age of Enlightenment, the Industrial Revolution, the Ecole des Beaux‐Arts, Classicism vs Romanticism (the Picturesque and the Sublime), gardens (ch. 13) Colonial Settlement in the Americas: 16th, 17th and 18th Centuries (ch. 14) th Century: Neo‐Classicism, Gothic Revival and the Arts & Crafts Movement 19 (ch. 14) 19th Century: The Search for an American Architecture and Eclecticism (ch. 14) 19th Century: The Balloon Frame, Glass, Iron, Steel, Concrete and the Chicago School (ch. 14) Roots of Modernism: Gothic Rationalism (Viollet‐le‐Duc), Art Nouveau, Viennese Sucession, Louis Sullivan & organic design, FLW (thru 1920s) & the Prairie Style (ch. 15) Second Gordon Rule paper due in class European Modernism: Futurism, Expressionism, De Stijl, Italian Rationalism (Terragni), Russian Constructivism, Regionalism (Aalto), Loos, Behrens, Corbu, Gropius & the Bauhaus, Mies & the Deutscher Werkbund, the International Style. (ch. 15) 20th Century: Early century Eclecticism, West Coast Regionalism (Maybeck, Greene & Greene, etc.), Art Deco, FLW (1930s – 1950s) and the International Style in America (ch. 15) Postwar Architecture in America (ch. 16) International Modernism (ch. 16) Postmodernism, High Tech, Deconstruction, New Urbanism & Neo‐Traditional Planning (ch. 16) Architecture in the 21st Century: regionalism, environmentalism, sustainability, HP (ch. 16) FINAL EXAM: in class (covers Baroque through the 21st Century) Graduation Commencement ** Note 1: The class lecture on Ancient Cultures in Asia was not presented. The related material covered in Chap. 3 & 4 will not be included on test number 1 but several extra credit questions from the textbook will be added to the test. ...
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