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ARCH 214bg Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Lorenzo Ghiberti, Herringbone Pattern, Scholasticism

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21 Sep 2017
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The invasion destroyed the empire from the west. Constantine decided to move the empire"s capital eastward, which became a greek empire. The fall of th
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USCARCH 214bgJames SteeleFall

ARCH 214bg Lecture 11: CRITICAL REGIONALISM ARCHITECTURE Lecture 11

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18 Feb 2016
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Name suggest that it"s architecture after modernism, but this is wrong! Begins in 1945 post wwii period; has constructive side and modernist side. It w
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ARCH 214bg Lecture 2: RENAISSANCE ARCHITECTURE Lecture 2

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18 Feb 2016
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The churches that existed here are the primary drawing card for the city; it can bring tourism and money with this. The king of spain was invited to co
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ARCH 214bg Lecture 13: CRITICAL REGIONALISM ARCHITECTURE Lecture 13

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18 Feb 2016
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Japanese and chinese architecture in the contemporary period: 1860s. Most important event of this period is the opening up of japan to western powers:
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ARCH 214bg Lecture 12: CRITICAL REGIONALISM ARCHITECTURE Lecture 12

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18 Feb 2016
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Situation in the world: globalization, leveling of playing field in the world, social media, but here is an alternate world: Controversial book: the fu
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ARCH 214bg Lecture 3: RENAISSANCE ARCHITECTURE Lecture 3

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18 Feb 2016
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Use of colossal order; point from natural based architecture to scientific. St. peters as his greatest achievement; came out of a series of iterations
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ARCH 214bg Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Architecture, Deng Xiaoping, Shigeru Ban

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18 Feb 2016
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Background: cultural revolution 66-76 roughly, essentially a collective lobotomy in terms of the past. As an attempt to eradicate the past and start fr
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ARCH 214bg Lecture 4: RENAISSANCE ARCHITECTURE Lecture 4

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18 Feb 2016
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Gothic architecture emerged after a very spiritual way of looking at the world: making the glory of god the paramount for buildings and society; no con
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ARCH 214bg Lecture 10: CRITICAL REGIONALISM ARCHITECTURE Lecture 10

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18 Feb 2016
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Mother was related to mendelssohn, so he had a musical background/approach. Father was disabled, and his mother was the main earner in the family. Ofte
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ARCH 214bg Lecture 9: CRITICAL REGIONALISM ARCHITECTURE Lecture 9

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18 Feb 2016
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Basis is under alexander tzonis (sunn-is) and liane lefaivre"s (le-fevv) book. Architecture of regionalism in the age of globalization (came out in the
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ARCH 214bg Lecture 7: RENAISSANCE ARCHITECTURE Lecture 7

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18 Feb 2016
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It is important for the employee to have a feeling of empowerment in the work: all the furniture/fittings in his house was made by himself. Kelmscott m
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ARCH 214bg Lecture 14: ROMANESQUE ARCHITECTURE

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18 Feb 2016
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In the west, constaninople coninued unil 1452, but the roman empire fell in 1435. Led to dark ages: a ime of violence, no law; roman empire was one of
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