UT Knoxville ARCH 212 - Final Exam Study Guide (9 pages)

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Study Guide
School:
University of Tennessee
Course:
Arch 212 - History/Theory of Arch II
Edition:
1
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ARCH 212 Edition 1nd Final Study Guide Lectures 1 33 ARCHITECT LEON BATTISTA ALBERTI TEMPIO MALATESTIANO located in Rimini Italy sponsored by Sigismondo Malatesta looks like a temple unfinished exterior fa ade tomb on the inside for the Malatesta family gothic windows on existing building ARCHITECT ANDREA PALLADIO VILLA BARBARO located at Maser built for Daniele Marc Antonio Barbaro divides into 2 parts Agriculture and living interior painting creates architecture illusion ARCHITECT MIMAR SINAN SELIMIYE MOSQUE OR MOSQUE OF SELIM II Located in Edirne Turkey includes a school baths soup kitchens and a marketplace Sinan wanted to build the mosque larger than the Hagia Sophia which was originally a Christian church the dome sits higher than the Hagia Sophia puts emphasis on squares and circles in the plan interior very decorative creates a unified space with the centered dome grand fa ades on each side of the main building ARCHITECT FRANCESCO BORROMINI SAINT IVO DELLA SAPIENZA located in Rome Francesco Borromini finished the building built for the University of Rome brick on the exterior with stone columns dome helix effect with sphere on top shows how natural light effects the building interior expands from the ground plan changes idea about weight support carves out apse like spaces on the exterior layers of masonry to create curves Interior crisp lines on triangle connection to curvature that leads up to the dome building doesn t have regular geometry CULTURAL CATEGORY EDO JAPAN DRY GARDEN OF RYOAN JI MONASTERY located at Kyoto man made garden part of Zen Buddishm architecture A kare sansui garden puts you in a mountain like environment looks unregulated but is very organized the sand is ranked every day garden without plants composed idea of limitless purity and strong sense of the void Interior screens that open up or close off rooms ARCHITECT GIAMBATTISTA PIRANESI LION BAS RELIEFS from the CARCERI SERIES Relief painting abstract gives the illusion of limitless



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