Kunstler Terms - KEY TERMS IN KUNSTLER, CHAPTERS 8-13...

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KEY TERMS IN KUNSTLER, CHAPTERS 8-13 Pyramid Mall (144-6) master’s exploitation to gain profit Georgian House (150) 17 th th c. Symmetry; pitched room. No vestigial or extra room. Simply a rectangle Greek Revival Architecture (153-6) 1780s – 1830s. Reminiscent of the first democracy by Jefferson. Began to represent something too puritanical and symbolically restrictive. (Most state and public buildings represented this) Gothic architecture (157) 1830s-1870s; towers, small windows, pointed arches. Can also resemble Victorian Cottage Residences (159-61)     Downing and Davis that houses were self-evidently more practical, sensible, suitable dwellings than what had been possible under the Greet craze, and they strove for beauty by reaching out into nature rather than holding it at arm’s length. houses must reveal itself in different degrees from least private spaces to most intimate. : Now inside had just as much attention as outside
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This note was uploaded on 01/14/2012 for the course AMCULT 231 taught by Professor Vicentem.diaz during the Fall '05 term at University of Michigan.

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Kunstler Terms - KEY TERMS IN KUNSTLER, CHAPTERS 8-13...

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