L Wright Select one 1 work by one Art Nouveau architect and select one 1 work

L wright select one 1 work by one art nouveau

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work of one Arts & Crafts architect (for example, Webb, Voysey, Greene & Greene, or F.L. Wright). Select one (1) work by one Art Nouveau architect and select one (1) work by one Arts & Crafts architect, and discuss the two (2) specific buildings in comparison to each other. Discuss each building in detail and show how each shows the similarities and/or differences between the Art Nouveau and the Arts & Crafts. Be very precise in your discussion of each building. Show clearly how Art Nouveau ideas or Arts & Crafts ideas and are embodied in the interiors, the furnishings and the forms of the two buildings. Discuss how the two movements are different and/or similar. (NOTE: If you also answer question 6, you must use different buildings in your answers to each question.) 5. In the last decade of the 19th century and the first decade of the 20th century architects in Chicago and New York have been characterized as pursuing distinct approaches to design of office buildings. Some would argue that the distinctions can be framed by comparing work of the "Chicago School" to work by architects of "eclecticism." Select and compare one architect of the Chicago School and one architect whose work would be characterized as "eclectic." Show how the two architects’ works differ by focusing specifically one exemplary office building by each architect. Be precise in citing and discussing each architect’s approach and discuss the office building by each architect in detail. Develop clear comparisons and contrasts of the office building by one architect to the building by the other architect. 6. Throughout history architects have designed houses as “total works of art,” aspiring to shape the experience of everyday life. Select two different architects/houses from the 352 lectures and discuss each example in precise detail about how they created such integrated, all-encompassing designs in their respective historic contexts. After discussing each house individually, compare and contrast the two houses to reach broader conclusions about the nature of architectural design and its everyday experience. (NOTE: If you also answer question 4, you must use different buildings in your answers to each question.)
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