Life of Brunelleschi
Renaissance architects based their theories and
practices on Classical Roman examples
Were trained as humanists and they helped raise the
status of their profession fro
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HISTORICAL BACKGROUND &
DEVELOPMENT OF THE STYLE
Modernism first emerged in the
early twentieth century, and by the
1920s, the prominent figures of the
movement Le Corbusier, Walter
Gropius, and Ludwig Mies van der
Rohe - ha
Most countries in Europe were affected to varying
degrees by World War 1 ( 1914-1918) and the war left
behind the opportunity for building on an
Improvements in construction techniques
Classicism / Neo-Classicism
Neoclassical, or "new" classical, architecture
describes buildings that are inspired by the
classical architecture of ancient Greece and
Neoclassicism is a trend, or approach to
design, that can describ
Architectural knowledge during this time was passed by
transcription, word of mouth and technically in master
Only a few examples of architectural theory were written in
Most works were t
Andrea Palladio (1508 1580) is an Italian Renaissance
architect of the Mannerist period who is widely
considered as the most influential individual in the
history of Western architecture.
Palladian architecture bec
Postmodernity in architecture is said to be
heralded by the return of "wit, ornament and
reference" to architecture in response to the
formalism of the International Style of
functional and formalized shapes and spaces
of the modernist style a
DY, Elijah Lei L.
CE120-2 / C5
July 19, 2016
Having a Civil Engineer as a father, he regularly consults me about my subjects and
tracks my grades in class. He even knows the specific subject I will be taking for this current
Small churches generally have no aisles, with a projecting apse.
Large churches are basilica type with a nave flanked by aisles and divided by an arcade.
Abbey churches and cathedrals often had transepts
Repetitive round arches in arcade
In ancient Egypt, color was an integral part of the substance and being of everything in life. The color of
something was a clue to the substance or heart of the matter. When it was said that one could not know
the color of the gods, it meant
THEORY OF ARCHITECTURE 2
By: Ar. Chris Luna, uap
Approaches in the Design Process
Techniques, models, paradigms, idioms and
processes for designing
Serve as a vehicles/catalysts for
improving the effectiveness of a
THEORY OF ARCHITECTURE 2
Architectural Design Process
The successful or chosen architect will be
hired or commissioned to carry out the
The architect works closely with the client in
order to clearly understand their user needs.
all about DRAWING!
I t s Ba s
# Practice & refine your drawing skills with these mini lessons.
Technique s & Ef fects
# Make a subtle gradient value change
from light to dark by pressing harder on your
pencil. You can go over pencil in layers to
all about Colored Pencils!
Colored pencils are loads of fun, versatile to use, and easy to transport. Drawing is the
foundation that all art is built upon. It is a great place to start, and a constant area to
practice with a goal of improv
all about OIL PASTELS!
What are Oil Pastels?
Oil pastels often get confused with
traditional soft and hard pastels. Soft and
hard pastels are a chalk-like medium, while
oil pastels are more like crayon. They get
termed pastels because of their similar sti