Do not waste paper on a cover sheet. Do not use plastic report covers or binders. Print a short summary of the first question you choose at the top of the first page and a short summary of the second question you choose at the top of the third page. These summaries should be printed single- spaced and in small type (9 point) to save more room for your answers. Notes on Bibliography : If you consult sources other than the textbooks and class notes, indicate with endnotes or bibliography or both. (It is not required to consult other sources, but if you do, we would like to give credit for this.) The endnotes or bibliography should be submitted on a 5th page. Notes on Images : You may include one (1) extra page with images. You may have up to two (2) illustrations for each of your two essays—no more than four (4) illustrations total are allowed. If you include illustrations, you must include a caption identifying each illustration. Also you must refer to the illustration[s] in the text—otherwise the link between your essay and the illustration[s] may not be evident. Be sure to indicate the source from which the illustration was reproduced. If you include an illustration page, it must be the last page (the 5th page, or, if you have a page with bibliography or endnotes, the illustrations will be on the 6th page). TIPS These questions are about more than simple description. The answers should include analyses and ideas, not just descriptions of the buildings. Turn in your paper in class on Friday 5 May 2017. Papers turned in later than in class Friday 5 May will lose 25 points; later than in class on Monday 8 May will lose 50 points.
2 ARCH 352: History of Modern Architecture. Mid Term: Take Home Exam QUESTIONS [2017 questions] 1. In the second half of the 19th century, architecture in Europe and in the U.S. reflected various approaches. In France, the Second Empire style became influential, whereas in England, John Ruskin’s theories informed the Gothic Revival in architecture. The U.S. was influenced by both France and England.
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