• The interior and contemporary technologies are influential on this design, a cast iron construction that is incredibly rich and impressive · Reading room, Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris, 1857-1867 (Ingersoll 731; I/K 721)Henri Labrouste o • Contemporary technologies are influential on this design, a cast iron construction that is incredibly rich and impressive • Long vaulted halls with a clerestory contain many bookcases and places to read · Opera, Paris, 1861-1875 (Ingersoll 693; I/K 685; Curtis 30) Charles Garnier o • The idea of the spectacle, it is magnificent to go • A neo baroque style especially seen on the façade • Composed in elevation with a rusticated base, expresses exuberance
• Convenient movement into the auditorium • Grand sense in the ascending movement up dual stairs • Iron is used but the steel and modern building material is not expressed · All Saints Church, Margaret Street, London, 1849-1859 (Ingersoll 664; I/K 656) William Butterfield o • Decorative patterning in the bricks of the wall (red, black, yellow) • Square Plan includes an asymmetrical sequence • There is a sense of picturesque on the interior • Uses marble and terracotta to represent the "hand of the master" • A representation of the superiority of medieval over classical · Law Courts, London, 1866-1882 (Ingersoll 666; I/K 658) George Edmund Street o • They would separate the rooms of the judges, juries, those on trials, but would maintain symmetry • The building is infused with a sense of picturesque and French Gothic detail 2 Department of Architecture/University of Washington ARCH 352: MID-TERM EXAM REVIEW SHEET Spring 2019, p. 2 Midland Grand Hotel/St. Pancras Railroad Station, London, 1868-1874 (Ingersoll 681, 682; I/K 673, 674) George Gilbert Scott Trinity Church, Boston, MA, 1872-1877 (Ingersoll 738; I/K 728) Crane Library, Quincy, MA, 1880-1882 Stoughton House, Cambridge, MA, 1882-1883 (Trachtenberg 471) Allegheny County Court House and Jail, Pittsburgh, PA, 1883-1888 Marshall Field Wholesale Store, Chicago, IL, 1885-1887 (Curtis 43; Trachtenberg 472) J. J. Glessner House, Chicago, IL, 1885-1887 H. H. Richardson Red House (for William Morris), Bexley Heath, Kent, 1859 (Ingersoll 743; I/K 734; Curtis 88) Philip Webb Leyswood, near Withyham, Sussex, 1868 (Trachtenberg 469) Richard Norman Shaw Broadleys, Lake Windemere, 1898-1899 C. F. A. Voysey Isaac Bell House, Newport, RI, 1883-1885 McKim, Mead & White David B. Gamble House, Pasadena, CA, 1909 (Ingersoll 761; I/K 750; Curtis 86, 95) Greene & Greene Providence Arcade, Providence RI, 1828 Russell Warren and James Bucklin
Galleria Vittorio Emanuelle II, Milan Italy, 1865-1867 (Ingersoll 675; I/K 667) Giuseppi Mengoni Palm House, Kew Gardens, London, 1845-1847 (Ingersoll 677; I/K 669) Decimus Burton and Richard Turner Crystal Palace, London, 1850-1851 (Ingersoll 678-680; I/K 670-672; Curtis 20, 36, 39) Joseph Paxton Tower, Paris, 1889 (Ingersoll 781; Trachtenberg pl. 68; Curtis 37) Gustave Eiffel Galerie des Machines, Paris, 1889 (Ingersoll 781; Trachtenberg 463; Curtis 37) Dutert and Contamin Rookery, Chicago IL 1885-1886 Monadnock Building, Chicago IL 1889-91 (Trachtenberg 474; Curtis 46) Burnham & Root Reliance Building, Chicago IL, 1894-95 (Ingersoll 706; I/K 697; Curtis 47) D.H. Burnham & Co.
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