THE GENERA - THE GENERA ENVD I February 9, 2010 General...

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THE GENERA ENVD I February 9, 2010 General Principles of Arch- Abbe Laugier 1565 -Nature gives us the principles of art and background to indicate its rules and we imitate the natural process. After heat, and coldness, and dampness and stench, he ordinates a home with wood as pillars or columns. -Don’t lose sight of the rustic hut. - Pediment - a ceiling or entablature and a pointed roof forming at both ends - Entablature - the section of a structure that lies between the columns and the roof. It comprises, from bottom to top, the architrave, frieze, and cornice. -Order only the column , the entablature and pediment may form an essential part of its composition. The Genera - parts of the landscape parts of the architecture. - The trials and dividing it in parts - But because you have parts you must have joints. George Simmel - “All things are related but each occupies its own space and as humans we have been given the right to connect and separate.” -“When we choose to separate we inevitably admit their connection.” -“The one who built a path between 2 places performed one of the greatest human feats”. In their
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This note was uploaded on 09/07/2011 for the course ENVD 3114 taught by Professor Pyatt during the Spring '10 term at University of Colorado Denver.

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