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ARCHITECTURE AS ART Architecture as a dual function: Human needs (shelter, work, play, worship, etc.) Aesthetic dimension There is an interplay of form and function. form follows function function follows form Pearson Longman © 2009
ARCHITECTURE AS ART Representative Buildings Parthenon- Athens, Greece Sagrada Familia- Barcelona, Spain Guggenheim Museum - NY Guggenheim Museum – Bilbao, Spain Pearson Longman © 2009
ARCHITECTURE AS ART Representative Architects Antoni Gaudi Frank Lloyd Wright Frank O. Gehry Pearson Longman © 2009
Ictinos & Callicrates
Antoni Gaudi Sagrada Familia
Frank Lloyd Wright Guggenheim- N.Y.
Frank O. Gehry Guggenheim- Bilbao, Spain
Organic & Beyond. Frank Lloyd Wright Art Glass & Furnishings.
Chapter 5: Art Pearson Longman © 2009 “This multimedia product and its contents are protected under copyright law. The following are prohibited by law:
10 Most Famous Architects. Michelangelo Santa Maria degli Angeli e dei Martiri St. Peter's Basilica.
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Modern Architecture: Form & Function Breaking from the past (away from arches, columns, etc.) New architecture required new materials: steel and metal-
Frank Lloyd Wright. Lived from 1867 to 1959 He was a prolific architect, with close to 500 of his designs built. Considered to be the greatest American.
©2003 Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Longman Publishers. The Art of Being Human, 7/e Chapter 5 – Art PowerPoint by Julie Rodakowski.
Antoni Gaudi. 5 Words to Describe Antoni Gaudi Casa Batllo Whimsical Conf Gavela Imaginary Sagrada Familia Ornate Casa Batllo Dr.Suess Parc Guell Creative.
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Hello Everyone Welcome to THE VISUAL ARTS Pearson Longman © 2009.
Innovative Architecture Materials: Depend on your Design Foam core, Foam paper, Air Dry Clay other materials for invention and texture x-acto knife, tacky.
Spain Quiz. 1. How many people live in Spain? a) 80 million b) 46 million c) 20 million d) 10 million.
Informal & Formal Balance Art II, Art Talk ch. 9
The Parthenon, Iktinos & Kallikrates, Athens, 440 BCE.
Modern Architecture. What is Architecture? Architecture is the art and science of designing buildings. Architectural works are often thought of as cultural.
Modernism in Architecture. Old Toronto City Hall, Romanesque Revival style.
Ch. 22: Architecture To get a feel for different contemporary architectural styles, study the philosophies and styles of the following four architects:
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Antoni Gaudi He was a jolly old man and he was sick when he was young. Also he didn’t go to school.
FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT | falling water at Ohiopyle, Pennsylvania | 1934, 1938, 1948 Materiality: Reinforced concrete and stone Type: House.
By Ethan Ellis. About Frank Gehry Frank Gehry is a famous architect. He was born in Toronto, Canada in Frank went to the Universities of Southern.
Cameron Miller. Guggenheim Family Benjamin Guggenheim is one of eleven children of Meyer Guggenheim. Due to this, museums and companies with the name.
The Practice of Architecture in a changing context.
Chapter Sixteen Examples Twentieth-Century Architecture Art timeline images for study and discussion.
Frank Lloyd Wright Born: 1867 Died: 1959 Born: 1867 Died: 1959.
Jenni’s Adventure in Barcelona. I ____ excited to fly to Barcelona. was.
Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation This foundation owns all of the Guggenheim museums, including the one in Bilbao. At every museum they hire a famous architect.
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Spain Interesting places of Dominika Wałach. It is a large Roman Catholic church in Barcelona. Designed by architect Antoni Gaudí. Construction of Sagrada.
ART MUSEUM Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao, Spain Computer Art Bri Cross.
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Fractal dimension as a tool for defining and measuring naturalness Dr. Caroline Hagerhall, SLU, Department of Landscape Planning Alnarp, Sweden
WHY DO WE HAVE MUSEUMS?. Museums collect and care for objects of scientific, artistic, or historical importance and make them available for public viewing.
Architecture & Frank Lloyd Wright. What does an Architect do? Design (plan) buildings.
21/03/ Antoni Gaudí i Cornet (25 June 1852–10 June 1926) was a Spanish Catalan architect and figurehead of Catalan Modernism. Gaudí's works reflect.
sevilla April Fair April in sevilla pamplona San Fernin July Pamplona.
Final Exam – 20 th Century Building Identifications – 10 identifications/5 points each During the Final you will be given 1-1/2 minutes to look at each.
Spain OMAR MARTINEZ JESUS JAIMES. Spain Capital: Madrid Official language: Spanish Government: Unitary parliamentary constitutional monarchy Currency:
Buildings are as individual and interesting as are people. Like people, some buildings are small and delicate, some are tall and thin, and others are.
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First created 5 Oct Version Nov Jerry Tse. London. Guggenheim Museum All rights reserved. Rights belong to their respective owners.
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017 MODERNISM Early Frank Lloyd Wright –Youngest member of “Chicago School” –Most futuristic of modernists –House designer – Anglo-American influence –Influences.
ANTONIO GAUDI Capitulo 6A. ANTONIO GAUDI (1852 – 1926) (1852 – 1926) Antonio Gaudi was one of Spain’s best-known architects. Antonio Gaudi was one of.
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