Edmund Burke A Philosophical Enquiry into the Origin of Our Ideas of the

Edmund burke a philosophical enquiry into the origin

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Edmund Burke, “A Philosophical Enquiry into the Origin of Our Ideas of the Sublime and Beautiful” (1757), in Harry Francis Mallgrave, ed., Architectural Theory Volume 1 , 273-83. Giovanni Battista Piranesi, “Opinions on Architecture” (1765), in Harry Francis Mallgrave, ed., Architectural Theory Volume 1 , 185-87. secondary sources Barry Bergdoll, European Architecture 1750-1890 , 83-90. Richard A. Etlin, “Boullée,” in Adolf K. Placzek, ed., Macmillan Encyclopedia of Architecture Vol. 1 (New York: The Free Press, 1982), 262-64. Emil Kaufmann, “Giambattista Piranesi,” in Architecture in the Age of Reason (Hamden CN: Archon Books, 1966), 105-11. Peter Hanns Reill and Ellen Judy Wilson, “Grand Tour,” in Encyclopedia of the Enlightenment , 242. 3B _ Architecture and Revolution primary sources Claude-Nicolas Ledoux, “Architecture Considered in Relation to Art, Morals, and Legislation” (1804), in Harry Francis Mallgrave, ed., Architectural Theory Volume 1 , 216-18. * –––––, Prospectus (1802), in Claude-Nicolas Ledoux and Daniel Ramée, Architecture de C.N. Ledoux (Princeton, NJ: Princeton Architectural Press, 1983), xi-xvii. (optional) Jean-Nicolas-Louis Durand, from “Précis of the lessons on Architecture” (1802), in Harry Francis Mallgrave, ed., Architectural Theory Volume 1 , 334-37. “The Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen” (1789), in Issac Kramnick, ed., The Portable Enlightenment Reader , 466-68. secondary sources Barry Bergdoll, European Architecture 1750-1890 , 97-102. Peter Hanns Reill and Ellen Judy Wilson, “French Revolution,” in Encyclopedia of the Enlightenment , 213-16. Anthony Vidler, “The Theater of Industry: Claude-Nicolas Ledoux and the Factory-Village of Chaux,” in The Writing of the Walls , 35-48.
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7 PART 2: THE PROBLEM OF MODERN ARCHITECTURE: Formulation and Definition Session 4 _ September 29 4A _ Quiz 4B _ Architecture in Iron: Industrialization and Mass Production primary sources John Ruskin, “The Opening of the Crystal Palace” (1854), in Christopher Harvie et al., eds., Industrialisation and Culture, 1830-1914 (London: Macmillan Press Ltd, 1970), 296-303. Eugène-Emmanuel Viollet-le-Duc, “Lecture on Architecture” (1859), “Style” (1866), and “Lectures on Architecture” (1866), in Harry Francis Mallgrave, ed., Architectural Theory Volume 1 , 518-20, 525- 26, 562-67. secondary sources Barry Bergdoll, European Architecture 1750-1890 , 207-14. Kenneth Frampton, “Technical Transformations: Structural Engineering 1775-1939,” in Modern Architecture: A Critical History , 29-40. Session 5 _ October 6 | Research Paper Assigned 5A _ History and Disjunction: Gothic Revival, Romanticism and Handicraft primary sources John Ruskin, “The Nature of the Gothic” (1853), in Christopher Harvie et al., eds., Industrialisation and Culture, 1830-1914 , 304-8. William Morris, “The Prospects of Architecture in Civilisation” (1878) and “The Revival of Handicraft” (1888), in Christopher Harvie et al., eds., Industrialisation and Culture, 1830-1914 , 324-26, 334-35.
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