15 Department of Architecture University of Washington ARCH 352: Week #3 (continued) 10 April Lecture #7: “In what style shall we build?” (continued) Woodward and Deane [Benjamin Woodward (1815-1861) and Thomas Deane (1792-1871)] Oxford Museum, 1853-1859 George Edmund Street (1824-1881) St. James the Less Church, London, 1859-61 Law Courts, London, 1866-1882 George Gilbert Scott (1811-1878) Albert Memorial, London, 1863-1872 Midland Grand Hotel/St. Pancras Station, London, 1868-1874 United States Alfred B. Mullett (1834-1890) State, War and Navy Building (now Executive Office Building), Washington, DC, 1871-1887 Ware & Van Brunt [William R. Ware (1832-1903) and Henry Van Brunt (1832-1915)] Memorial Hall, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, 1870-1878 Frank Furness (1839-1912) Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, 1871-1876 Library, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, 1888-1891 ________ Reading: Ingersoll/Kostof, World Architecture , 655-656, 661-662, 679-685, 719-724, 726, 727.
16 Department of Architecture University of Washington ARCH 352: Week #3 (continued) 10 April Lecture #7: “In what style shall we build?” (continued) Suggested Supplemental Reading: Trachtenberg, Architecture (2nd ed.), 386-390, 425-443 Bergdoll, Barry, European Architecture, 1750-1890 , 196-203, 240-257 Hitchcock, Henry-Russell, 19th and 20th Centuries , Ch. 6, 8 Mignot, Architecture of the 19th Century in Europe , after page 48 Middleton, R., and Watkin, D. , Neoclassical and 19th Century Architecture , Ch. 7 Clark, Kenneth, The Gothic Revival Germann, Georg, Gothic Revival in Europe and Britain: Sources, Influences and Ideas Hersey, Geroge L., High Victorian Gothic: A Study in Associationism Brooks, Michael, John Ruskin and Victorian Architecture Whiffen, M., and Koeper, F. American Architecture Upton, D., and Vlach, J. M., Common Places: Readings in American Vernacular Architecture William H. Pierson, Jr., American Buildings and Their Architects (v.1): The Colonial and Neoclassic Styles William H. Pierson, Jr., American Buildings and Their Architects (v.2): Technology and the Picturesque: The Corporate and Early Gothic Styles James F. O'Gorman, The Architecture of Frank Furness Thomas, George E., et. al., Frank Furness: The Complete Works (in addition, there are books on the architecture of many other architects and works of this period)
17 Department of Architecture University of Washington ARCH 352: Week #3 (continued) 12 April Lecture #8: H. H. Richardson Henry Hobson Richardson's synthesis of multiple architectural currents. Richardson's use of the Romanesque to impose a new architectural discipline. Toward an architecture of mass, gravity and repose and the elimination of archaeological detail. Richardson's impact. KEY WORKS: H. H. Richardson Trinity Church, Boston, MA, 1872-1877 Crane Library, Quincy, MA, 1880-1882 Allegheny County Court House and Jail, Pittsburgh, PA, 1883-1888 Marshall Field Wholesale Store, Chicago, IL, 1885-1887 J. J. Glessner House, Chicago, IL, 1885-1887 WORKS OF THE PERIOD: Henry Hobson Richardson (1838-1886) Brattle Square Church, Boston, MA, 1869-1873 Trinity Church, Boston, MA, 1872-1877 Sever Hall, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, 1878-1880 Libraries Crane Library, Quincy, MA, 1880-1882 Railroad Stations Boston & Albany RR Station, Auburndale, MA, 1881 Allegheny County Court House and Jail, Pittsburgh, PA, 1883-1888 Marshall Field Wholesale Store, Chicago, IL, 1885-1887 F. L. Ames Store, Harrison Avenue, Boston, MA, 1886-1887
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