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1. 1616 Gothic Revival Architecture.

This paper discusses how Gothic style were used by the Ecclesiologists in their Gothic Revival church architecture and were more or less successfully translated to the construction of the Christ Church Cathedral of Montreal. Originally, this style was developed in England in the early part of the nineteenth century and became a defining style in Canadian architecture from the 1840's to the early twentieth century. 10.5 pgs. .32 f/c. 4b.
  • Pages: 10.5
  • Bibliography: 4 source(s) listed
  • Filename: 1616 Gothic Revival.doc
  • Price: US$93.98

2. 1647 Le Corbusier: From the Parthenon to Modernism

This paper looks at the life and the effects that we feel today of Corbusier. This biographical paper looks at his beginnings and early influences to understand this genius. For better or worse, the architect known as Le Corbusier changed the face of our cities. Along with Mies van der Rohe, Walter Gropius and Frank Lloyd Wright, Corbusier epitomizes modernism. Can, however, the future be built without standing on the shoulders of the past? Corbusier was a devotee of the esthetic of the machine and still he regarded the Parthenon as a pinnacle of architectural achievement. He believed in the Renaissance notion of man being at the center of creation and yet, built houses that men could not live in. Le Corbusier may have been designing square pegs for round holes but in the end, there was a direct line, for him, between the Parthenon and modernism. 10 pgs. 14 f/c. 5b.
  • Pages: 10
  • Bibliography: 5 source(s) listed
  • Filename: 1647 Le Corbusier.doc
  • Price: US$89.50

3. 1660 A Discussion Of Late 18th Century French Art and Architecture.

This paper will look at some of the aspects of the late 18th century art in France this includes: paintings, architecture, and chairs and finally illuminating the discussion with the look at candleholders. This paper details late 18th century art in France was created, the various influences and where design considerations were made. The significance of the development of techniques shows a trend in France to return to Seventeen-century style. 4.5 pgs. 5 f/c. 4b.
  • Pages: 4.5
  • Bibliography: 4 source(s) listed
  • Filename: 1660 !8th Century Art.doc
  • Price: US$40.28

4. 1729 The International Style of Architectural Design: Gropius, Mies, Le Corbusier and the Shaping of the Modern City.

What now seems repetitive was once radically innovative, when architects such as Walter Gropius, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, and Le Corbusier attempted to reshape the urban metropolis according to reflect the aesthetic principles of an industrial, democratic age. This paper will examine the achievement of the three architects noted above. Their works will be examined with respect to both theory and practice. It will be argued that, while their legacy in the field of architecture remains controversial to this day, their contributions to the establishment of the International Style fundamentally altered the landscape of the modern city. 6 pgs. 14 f/c. 4b.
  • Pages: 6
  • Bibliography: 4 source(s) listed
  • Filename: 1729 Architectural Design.doc
  • Price: US$53.70

5. 1733 A Secular Temple: The Pantheon in Rome as a Representation of the Contradictions of Roman Imperial Architecture.

This paper will argue that the "reading" of the Pantheon as an embodiment of Roman architectural values is problematic at best. It will be seen that while it embodies distinctive features of Roman architectural design, in many respects the Pantheon's design also seems to reflect a sense of "play" not normally associated with Roman culture. A complex of contradictions that may be said to mirror its builder, the cosmopolitan Hadrian, and his empire at its height. 8.5 pgs. 14 f/c. 5b.
  • Pages: 8.5
  • Bibliography: 5 source(s) listed
  • Filename: 1733 Pantheon in Rome.doc
  • Price: US$76.07

6. 11782 Greek Revival Period And The Gothic Revival Period Of The Early Nineteenth Century In America.

This paper will discuss some examples of the Greek revival period and the Gothic Revival period of the early nineteenth century in America. By understanding the reasons for this style of architecture, we can learn why they were built, and for what reason they were inspired by. The Lyndhurst, as example of Gothic Revival will be resented, as well The Clarke House, which will represent the Greek Revival style in the study. 4 pgs, bibliography lists 3 sources.
  • Pages: 4
  • Bibliography: 3 source(s) listed
  • Filename: 11782 Greek Revival Period.doc
  • Price: US$35.80

7. 2315 Manet and Olympia.

This paper looks at both these artists and how their work caused scandals at the time. 18.5 pgs. 39 f/c. 23b.
  • Pages: 18.5
  • Bibliography: 23 source(s) listed
  • Filename: 2315 Manet and Olympia.doc
  • Price: US$165.58

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