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20 terms
Architectural History
21st century
Baroque and Rococo
Bauhaus-Art Deco
Bungalow
21st century
Baroque and Rococo
Architectural History
George Washington's home
Thomas Jefferson's home
tenemants
Often red brick, symmetrical, balanced…
Mt. Vernon
Monticello
crowded housing in the inner cities in the late 1800's and ea…
Georgian
George Washington's home
Mt. Vernon
Thomas Jefferson's home
Monticello
37 terms
Architectural History Final
Eero Saarinen, Jefferson National Expa…
Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Farnsworth H…
Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, IIT, S.R. Cr…
Pietro Belluschi, Equitable (now Commo…
Eero Saarinen, Jefferson National Expa…
Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Farnsworth H…
Architectural History Mid-Term
Post & Lintel
Mastaba
Exterior
Stonehenge
The structural system used by Egyptian and Greek Builders
Is considered the forerunner of the Egyptian pyramids
The major emphasis of Greek Architecture was on this detail o…
Represents a sophisticated advance in the technique of keepin…
Post & Lintel
The structural system used by Egyptian and Greek Builders
Mastaba
Is considered the forerunner of the Egyptian pyramids
40 terms
Architectural History Final Review
Venturi and Rauch, Vanna Venturi House…
Jane Jacobs questioned the Corbusian b…
Jane Jacobs questioned the Corbusian b…
Kevin Lynch, The Image of the City (19…
Venturi and Rauch, Vanna Venturi House…
Jane Jacobs questioned the Corbusian b…
ARCHITECTURAL HISTORY
1. Beehives, 2. huts, 3. caves, 4. ten…
1. Sphinx, 2. Pyramids, 3. Obelisks, 4…
1. Ziggurat of Ur, 2. persepolis, 3. h…
1. Temple Pyramid of the Sun, 2. Citad…
Prehistoric Period
Egyptian
Ancient Near East (Mesopotamia)
Pre-Columbian, Maya, Aztec, Mexico , Peru
1. Beehives, 2. huts, 3. caves, 4. ten…
Prehistoric Period
1. Sphinx, 2. Pyramids, 3. Obelisks, 4…
Egyptian
Architectural History - Test 1
Why were the walls of Egyptian buildin…
Why were the columns in an Egyptian te…
Draw the plan/section of an Egyptian h…
The only accurate understanding of Egy…
They were battered as a response to gravity; disperses a load…
Because they had to hold up the heavy stone roof
Obelisks
Why were the walls of Egyptian buildin…
They were battered as a response to gravity; disperses a load…
Why were the columns in an Egyptian te…
Because they had to hold up the heavy stone roof
71 terms
Architectural History Midterm
Chinking
Pueblo Bonito
Kiva
Hogan
using rocks to fill spaces in walls of a building
600-800 rooms (multistory)... grew many crops in the valley
(in Pueblo Bonito)... religious/ceremonial room [for men only]
pile of woven sticks covered in dirt (Navaho)... living and cere…
Chinking
using rocks to fill spaces in walls of a building
Pueblo Bonito
600-800 rooms (multistory)... grew many crops in the valley
27 terms
Architectural History Quiz 2
Jerusalem, Dome of the Rock 691 CE
Medina, Saudi Arabia, House of the Pro…
Damascus, Great Mosque 706 CE
Córdoba, Great Mosque, 8th-10th CE
- Lavish Mosaics... - Significant importance to Judaism and Islam
- Served as a Community Center... - Reoriented to face Mecca
- Largest and Oldest Mosques in the World... - Qibla (direction…
- built with recycled Roman columns... - Angeles towards Mecca
Jerusalem, Dome of the Rock 691 CE
- Lavish Mosaics... - Significant importance to Judaism and Islam
Medina, Saudi Arabia, House of the Pro…
- Served as a Community Center... - Reoriented to face Mecca
32 terms
Architectural History Midterm
Timgad, Algeria
Pont du Gard, Nîmes, France
Maison Carrée, Nîmes, France
Forum Romanum, Rome, Italy
100 CE
Late 1st Century
1-10 CE
1 BCE - 2 CE (renovated in 1 CE)
Timgad, Algeria
100 CE
Pont du Gard, Nîmes, France
Late 1st Century
18 terms
Architectural History Final
Florence: Completion of the cupola of…
Florence: san lorenzo, church and old…
Florence: rucellai palace
Florence: medici palace
Filippo Brunelleschi, 1417... (-Double shell dome... -9 rings were…
Brunnelleschi 1421-1428... (-Oldest part of the church... -belonge…
Leone battista alberti 1446-51... (-stone veneer... -3 different c…
Michelozzo 1444... (-belonged to banking family Medici ... -Roman…
Florence: Completion of the cupola of…
Filippo Brunelleschi, 1417... (-Double shell dome... -9 rings were…
Florence: san lorenzo, church and old…
Brunnelleschi 1421-1428... (-Oldest part of the church... -belonge…
98 terms
Architectural History
Great Pyramids at Giza
Mortuary Temple of Queen Hatshepsut
Great Temple of Ramesses II
Parthenon
Architect: unknown... Date: 2550-2460 BC... Location: Giza, Egypt
Architect: unknown... Date: c.1473-1458 BC... Location: Deir el-Bah…
Architect: unknown... Date: c.1285-1255 BC... Location: Abu Simbel,…
Architect: Iktinos and Kallikrates... Date: 448-432 BC... Location:…
Great Pyramids at Giza
Architect: unknown... Date: 2550-2460 BC... Location: Giza, Egypt
Mortuary Temple of Queen Hatshepsut
Architect: unknown... Date: c.1473-1458 BC... Location: Deir el-Bah…
33 terms
Architectural History Quiz
bellcote
marche
caissons
ferroconcrete
small framework and shelter for one or more bells, supported…
movement along a defined architectural path
an airtight box or chamber used for work on a river bottom
concrete embedded with steel rods. takes advantage of the com…
bellcote
small framework and shelter for one or more bells, supported…
marche
movement along a defined architectural path
93 terms
Architectural History
Virtruvius
National Register of Historic Places
Patron
Client
Wrote the 10 books of architecture... Utiltas, Firmitas, venustas
Official list of the nations historic places worthy of preser…
Someone who provides the money for a project
someone who is paying for something to be done for them
Virtruvius
Wrote the 10 books of architecture... Utiltas, Firmitas, venustas
National Register of Historic Places
Official list of the nations historic places worthy of preser…
60 terms
History of Architecture
Lascaux (France, 17,000 BCE)... 1) Paleol…
Terra Amata (France, 400,000 BCE)... 1) P…
Mammoth Bone Hut (Mezhirich, Ukraine,…
Lepenski Vir (Serbia, 7200-6000 BCE)... 1…
Lascaux (France, 17,000 BCE)... 1) Paleol…
Terra Amata (France, 400,000 BCE)... 1) P…
La History Architecture
Colonette
dentils
wrought iron
quoins
______- a slender, turned wooden column.
_______-closely spaced decorative blocks which look a little…
_______-iron worked into shape by manual effort. Used for bal…
_______- a stone, brick, or wood block used on the corners of…
Colonette
______- a slender, turned wooden column.
dentils
_______-closely spaced decorative blocks which look a little…
Architectural History & Theory
What is the English translation of the…
Who is the most notable architect from…
Which continent was not part of the Si…
Who is the author of the 1921 book Tow…
builder/carpenter/mason
Imhotep
North America
Le Corbusier
What is the English translation of the…
builder/carpenter/mason
Who is the most notable architect from…
Imhotep
79 terms
History of Architecture
Willits House
Robie House
Larkin Building
Kaufman House (Fallingwater)
Location: Highland Park, IL... Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright... Dat…
Location: Chicago, IL... Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright... Date: 190…
Location: Buffalo, NY... Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright... Date: 190…
Location: Bear Run, PA... Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright... Date: 19…
Willits House
Location: Highland Park, IL... Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright... Dat…
Robie House
Location: Chicago, IL... Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright... Date: 190…
History of Architecture
Maison Caree
Colosseum
Forum of Trajan
The Pantheon
1st century; Nimes, France; Roman Imperial Temple
1st Century; Rome; Roman Amphitheatre
2nd century; Rome; Roman Forum; Apollodorus of Damascus
2nd century; Rome; Roman Temple; Emperor Hadrian
Maison Caree
1st century; Nimes, France; Roman Imperial Temple
Colosseum
1st Century; Rome; Roman Amphitheatre
41 terms
History of Architecture
Theatre of Dionysus
Lintel
Truss
Step Pyramid of Zoser
The first great theatre in the world. Perfect vision and acou…
Horizontal member spanning on opening to carry the weight fro…
A rigid arrangement of job comparatively short members spanni…
The first pyramid built by the Egyptians made of stone
Theatre of Dionysus
The first great theatre in the world. Perfect vision and acou…
Lintel
Horizontal member spanning on opening to carry the weight fro…
16 terms
Architecture history
Palazzo Rucellai ... Early Renaissance
Ospedale Degli Innocenti... Early Renais…
San Vitale... Byzantine
Hagia Sophia... Byzantine
Leon Batista Alberti
Filippo Brunelleschi
Palazzo Rucellai ... Early Renaissance
Leon Batista Alberti
Ospedale Degli Innocenti... Early Renais…
Filippo Brunelleschi
41 terms
Architectural History Vocabulary
Tumulus
Name of western north Africa
Cairn
Chambered Cairn
Mound of earth and stones raised over a grave
Maghrab
Pile of stones
Neolithic Burial monument such as found in Scotland and Orkne…
Tumulus
Mound of earth and stones raised over a grave
Name of western north Africa
Maghrab
27 terms
ARCHITECTURAL HISTORY
chahar bagh
muqarnes
dome of the two sisters
court of the lions
Persian-style garden layout. The quadrilateral garden is divi…
The muqarnas (Arabic: مقرنص‎‎; Persian: مقرنس‎‎) are a form o…
The Hall of the Two Sisters, the second main chamber of the P…
The Palace of the Lions was the architectural pinnacle of the…
chahar bagh
Persian-style garden layout. The quadrilateral garden is divi…
muqarnes
The muqarnas (Arabic: مقرنص‎‎; Persian: مقرنس‎‎) are a form o…
Architectural History Test 2
Hagia Sophia, Istanbul... 532-537 AD... Arth…
San Vitale, Ravenna... 526-547 AD
St. Apollinaire, Classe, Ravenna... 504-549
St. Mark's, Venice... 1063-1096
Hagia Sophia, Istanbul... 532-537 AD... Arth…
San Vitale, Ravenna... 526-547 AD
35 terms
Architectural History
arcuated
aristocracy
barque
cella
structure that uses an arch to span an opening
government by a small privileged class
Egyptian boat
the inner chamber of a temple
arcuated
structure that uses an arch to span an opening
aristocracy
government by a small privileged class
70 terms
History of Architecture
tensile frame
compression frame
palisade
wattle and daub
construction of elements carrying only tension and no compres…
building frame not in tension
a series of wooden posts with pointed tops set in the ground…
a construction system using woven branches and twigs plastere…
tensile frame
construction of elements carrying only tension and no compres…
compression frame
building frame not in tension
80 terms
History of Architecture
North
South
East
West
Orientation of the Roman Temple is towards the_______.
Orientation of the Etruscan Temple is towards the_______.
Orientation of the Greek Temple is towards the_______.
Orientation of the Medieval Temple is towards the_______.
North
Orientation of the Roman Temple is towards the_______.
South
Orientation of the Etruscan Temple is towards the_______.
29 terms
architectural history and theory 1
Cave Paintings at Lascaux
Carnac Dolmen Menhir
stonehenge
Doric
lascaux france 10000 bce
carnac france 3000 bce
salisbury england 2750-1500 bce
greek order of column
Cave Paintings at Lascaux
lascaux france 10000 bce
Carnac Dolmen Menhir
carnac france 3000 bce
122 terms
Architecture history
Pyramid of Khufu
Great sphinx
obelisk
Kahune
胡夫金字塔
方尖碑
卡洪城
Pyramid of Khufu
胡夫金字塔
Great sphinx
48 terms
Architectural History Final- Buildings
St. Martins in the Field
Santa Maria Novella
Cenotaph
Crystal Palace
St. Martins in the Field
Santa Maria Novella
Architectural History Midterm
Hippodamus... plan of Miletus... Asia Minor…
Leone Battista Alberti... Palazzo Rucella…
Andrè Le No^tre, Louis le Vau and Jule…
Lord Burlington... Cheswick villa... London…
Hippodamus... plan of Miletus... Asia Minor…
Leone Battista Alberti... Palazzo Rucella…
50 terms
History of Architecture
Foundling's Hospital:... 1419, Florence,…
Dome of the Florence Cathedral:... 1420-1…
S. Lorenzo... 1420-1440, Florence, Brunel…
Old. Sacristy of S. Lorenzo... 1420-1430,…
Foundling's Hospital:... 1419, Florence,…
Dome of the Florence Cathedral:... 1420-1…
15 terms
History of Architecture
Maison Caree... Roman Imperial Architectu…
Colosseum... Roman Imperial Architecture…
Forum of Trajan... Roman Imperial Archite…
Pantheon... Roman Imperial Architecture... 1…
Maison Caree... Roman Imperial Architectu…
Colosseum... Roman Imperial Architecture…
Architectural History
-lith
henge
megalith
menhir
comes from the Greek word lithos, meaning stone
a prehistoric, circular monument found on the British Isles
a huge stone (the prefix mega- means "very large")
a tall megalith standing upright; from the Brittany, France w…
-lith
comes from the Greek word lithos, meaning stone
henge
a prehistoric, circular monument found on the British Isles
145 terms
Architecture History
Houses of Parliament, Charles Barry &…
From Contrasts, A.W.N Pugin, Victorian…
All Saints Church, William Butterfield…
Crystal Palace, Joseph Paxton, Archite…
Houses of Parliament, Charles Barry &…
From Contrasts, A.W.N Pugin, Victorian…
18 terms
History of Architecture
Catayl Huyuk... Neolithic (New Stone Age)…
White Temple at Uruk... Ancient Near East…
Ziggurat of Ur-Nammu... Ancient Near East…
Gudea Holding Plan... Ancient Near East f…
Catayl Huyuk... Neolithic (New Stone Age)…
White Temple at Uruk... Ancient Near East…
127 terms
HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE
Tumuli
Menhir
Dolmen
Cromlech
Earth mounds for burials
Isolated single upright stone for memorial of victory
2 or more upright stones supporting a horizontal slab
3 or more upright stones capped by an unchain flat stone
Tumuli
Earth mounds for burials
Menhir
Isolated single upright stone for memorial of victory
83 terms
Architectural History Italian Gothic & Renaissance vocabulary
buttress
flying buttress
ribbed vaults
pointed arches
a projecting mass of masonry serving to provide additional st…
..in the form of an arch or set of arches, that carries the t…
buttress
a projecting mass of masonry serving to provide additional st…
flying buttress
..in the form of an arch or set of arches, that carries the t…
24 terms
La History Architecture
Colonette
dentils
wrought iron
quoins
______- a slender, turned wooden column.
_______-closely spaced decorative blocks which look a little…
_______-iron worked into shape by manual effort. Used for bal…
_______- a stone, brick, or wood block used on the corners of…
Colonette
______- a slender, turned wooden column.
dentils
_______-closely spaced decorative blocks which look a little…
300 terms
HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE
"The beginner of the great hypostyle h…
"The mineral of greatest importance to…
Greek architecture was essentially.
"Forming the imposing entrance to the…
Rameses I
Marble
Columnar trabeated
Propylaea
"The beginner of the great hypostyle h…
Rameses I
"The mineral of greatest importance to…
Marble
31 terms
Architectural History Quiz 1
LasCaux Cave
Chauvet Cave
Göbeckli Tepe (Temple Complex)
Mnajdra (Temple Complex)
Dordogne (France) Cave Paintings 19000-17000 BP; Hall of Bulls
Ardéche (France) Cave Paintings 39000-30000 BP; Panel of Horses
Anatolia, Turkey 10000-8000 B.C.E; Resembles Stonehenge
Tarxien Malta 3500-2500 B.C.E; Inset Oval Circles
LasCaux Cave
Dordogne (France) Cave Paintings 19000-17000 BP; Hall of Bulls
Chauvet Cave
Ardéche (France) Cave Paintings 39000-30000 BP; Panel of Horses
42 terms
Architectural History Exam I
San Lorenzo
Facade Project Church of San Lorenzo
Santo Spirito
Palazzo Medici
Florence 1420 Brunelleschi Early Renaissance
Florence 1515 Michelangelo High Renaissance
Florence 1445 Brunelleschi Early Renaissance
Florence 1444 Michelozzo Early Renaissance
San Lorenzo
Florence 1420 Brunelleschi Early Renaissance
Facade Project Church of San Lorenzo
Florence 1515 Michelangelo High Renaissance
63 terms
Architectural History Midterm
Ictinus and Kallikrates, Parthenon, At…
Vitruvius, The Ten Books on Architectu…
Pantheon, Rome, 125 AD
Michelangelo, Campidoglio, Rome, 1539-…
Ictinus and Kallikrates, Parthenon, At…
Vitruvius, The Ten Books on Architectu…
36 terms
History of Architecture
History of Architecture
Architecture
Historic Styles of Architecture
Six Influences of Architecture
"It is a record of man's effort to build beautifully. It trac…
Is the art which seeks to harmonize in a building the require…
"The particular method, the characteristics, manner of design…
1. Geographical... 2. Geological... 3. Climatic... 4. Religious... 5.…
History of Architecture
"It is a record of man's effort to build beautifully. It trac…
Architecture
Is the art which seeks to harmonize in a building the require…
History of Architecture
Pyramid
Cheops
Rameses 1
Marble
In Egyptian architecture, the tomb of the pharaohs is the
The great pyramid at Gizeh was built during the 4th dynasty by.
The beginner of the great hypostyle hall at karnak and the fo…
The mineral of greatest importance to Greek architecture of w…
Pyramid
In Egyptian architecture, the tomb of the pharaohs is the
Cheops
The great pyramid at Gizeh was built during the 4th dynasty by.
Architectural Structures and World History
Temple of Athena
Fallingwater
Sydney Opera House
Notre Dame
Greece, Peloponneseian War
Pennsylvania, USA, Hitler invaded Australia
Sydney, Australia, Moon Walk
Paris, France, Third Crusade
Temple of Athena
Greece, Peloponneseian War
Fallingwater
Pennsylvania, USA, Hitler invaded Australia
42 terms
Introduction into Architectural History
Torhalle, Gatehouse at the Abbey
Pre-Romanesque Period
What is the precedent for the Torhalle…
Palatine Chapel
Lorsch, Germany, 767-774
Period of Anti-Urbanism... Only evidence of urbanism (city-buil…
Roman Triumphal Arch
Aachen, Germany, Odo of Metz, c. 796-805
Torhalle, Gatehouse at the Abbey
Lorsch, Germany, 767-774
Pre-Romanesque Period
Period of Anti-Urbanism... Only evidence of urbanism (city-buil…
94 terms
Architecture in History
1570 - "The Four Books on Architecture…
Villa Rotonda - Venice - 1550s - Palla…
Villa Rotonda - Venice - 1550s - Palla…
Le Modulor - Le Corbusier - 1948... Estab…
Palladio
1570 - "The Four Books on Architecture…
Palladio
Villa Rotonda - Venice - 1550s - Palla…
81 terms
History of Architecture
Lascaux Cave
Terra Amata
Mammoth bone hut
Lepenski Vir
France, c. 17,000 BCE... Biggest evidence of cave art... Paintings…
France, c. 400,000 BCE... branches are bent into walls and supp…
Ukraine, c. 20,000-15,000 BCE... insulated by skin... used entire…
Serbia, c. 7,200-6,000 BCE... Oriented towards the river; clust…
Lascaux Cave
France, c. 17,000 BCE... Biggest evidence of cave art... Paintings…
Terra Amata
France, c. 400,000 BCE... branches are bent into walls and supp…
32 terms
Architecture - History
cave
hut
tent
vitruvius
who wrote 'de architectura', the ten books, saying that archi…
cave
hut
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