dome made of segmented pieces pushed in and out. resembles a melon.
Spanish baroque named after the family that started the style
an impressive country house (or castle) in France
M, a roof that has two slopes on all sides, with the lower slope being steep and the upper slope almost flat. (created by Francois Mansart)
forcer la nature
french term for reshaping nature showing the dominance of man
term for making decorative shapes by trimming shrubs or trees
term for an ornamental flower garden / low to the ground
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absolute monarchy, believed god chose him to rule and only god could punish him, (divine rights), people couldn't be trusted to govern themselves
latin for "three ways"
term for a carved corridor through trees/ walkway through trees or shrubs
term meaning - in the original or natural place or site (Arch: Inigo Jones studied architecture on site)
an offensive term for the practices and rituals of the Roman Catholic Church
the change from an agricultural to an industrial society and from home manufacturing to factory production, especially the one that took place in England from about 1750 to about 1850.
architecture that is intended to teach or instruct one just by looking at it
term meaning - "the quarry"
- Antoni Gaudí
a translucent screen made of a wooden frame covered with rice paper
Japanese mat woven out of straw and sometimes made out of Styrofoam, they are made in different shapes, colors and sizes/ can form a grid
Frank L. Wright used this organization strategy in many of his designs. A central space from which linear organizations of space extend in a radial manner
Dutch post-WWI movement that believed that their style revealed the underlying structure of existence; art was simplistic and used primary colors and horizontal and vertical lines (invented by Piet Mondrian and Theo van Doesburg)
The time it takes for any new style, fashion, or fad to travel from its spot of origin to other foreign locales
the synthesis of older national building traditions with new ones
holy shroud of Turin
a burial cloth with a photographic like image of a crucified man, believed to be Jesus/( said to be authentic burial cloth of Jesus Christ.
The Forbidden City
largest palace in the world/ relied on strict axial symmetry an the control of movement through immense spaces to convey the supreme authority of its ruler
the ancient art and science of living in harmony with one's surroundings.
Japanese alcove space. Frank L. Wright imitated these spaces in his designs
A type of study model, pertaining to a string or cable used by Antoni Gaudi
museum and library
the first major pieces of architecture to help legitimize the use of exposed iron in architecture
the first healing of the 19th century schism or chasm between architecture and engineering occurred in the
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Term that Taoist philosophers use to describe material things
Term that Taoist philosophers use to describe spiritual things
MATTER.....dark, night, female, soft, passive, down, shadow, and NORTH
SPIRIT.....light, day, male, hard, active, up, sunshine, and SOUTH
Chinese believe in a universal energy referred to as....
What i did to your mother last night Trebek
10 x 0
mathematical equation for the number of girls Cory has made sweet love too.
Mick Charney became an honorary member of this highly prestigious group of designers
Tyler Hiatt a.k.a "Tom Cruise" took this concept way too far.
But ugly monkey that Matt Skarin knows way too many facts about
Kings waking ceremony.