Search Results for American Architecture

 
Architecture

.... styles, designs elements, and architectural philosophies have one thing in common – they all left an indelible impact on American architecture of the ....

887 Words 4 Pages

Architect Louis Sullivan

.... the physical and the social aspects of that environment." The second factor of Sullivan's standing as pioneer of a distinctively American architecture has much ....

1691 Words 7 Pages

American Architectural History, 1860-1915

.... As a result of the new influences which were appearing at the time, new trends in American architecture began to emerge in the late nineteenth and early ....

8971 Words 36 Pages

American Art and Architecture 1. Seventeenth-cen

American Art and Architecture 1. Seventeenth-cen. American .... 3. The nineteenth century was the era of revivalism in American architecture. The ....

8919 Words 36 Pages

American Synagogue Architecture

American Synagogue Architecture. .... After the Civil War, the Moorish style of architecture gained popularity among builders of American synagogues. ....

1156 Words 5 Pages

Architect Philip Johnson

Architect Philip Johnson. Philip Johnson is described as the dean of American architecture. He came to prominence in the 1930s as ....

1267 Words 5 Pages

Thomas Jefferson's Architectural Design

.... As an intellectual concept realized in his own architectural design, the University of Virginia is one of the greatest achievements in American architecture. ....

2188 Words 9 Pages

Charles Moore House

.... of space and structure, but his conception for a single-family dwelling best personifies Moore's contributions to the direction of American architecture in the ....

1650 Words 7 Pages

Art Deco Architecture Style

.... Wiseman (82) says that with the Wainwright Sullivan "launched American architecture on a course toward aesthetic and technological dominance for decades to come ....

2878 Words 12 Pages

The War of Independence, Art and Architecture

.... In one sense Beaux Arts architecture and classicizing painting and sculpture confirmed the parity of American culture with that of Europe by recreating a sense ....

1967 Words 8 Pages

Architecture of New England Towns

.... Morrison, Hugh. Early American Architecture: From the First Colonial Settlements to the National Period. New York: Oxford UP, 1952. ....

3204 Words 13 Pages

Architecture & Towns of Colonial New England

.... Morrison, Hugh. Early American Architecture: From the First Colonial Settlements to the National Period. New York: Oxford UP, 1952. ....

3342 Words 13 Pages

Influence of Japanese Architecture on Frank Lloyd Wright

.... As early as 1886 Fenollosa was lecturing and writing on his ideas about the importance of Japanese architecture to American architects. ....

2350 Words 9 Pages

American Art 1776-1876

.... the United States formally and informally used painting, architecture, and sculpture to carry important messages about the nature of American society and to ....

1265 Words 5 Pages

American Art 1776-1876

.... the United States formally and informally used painting, architecture, and sculpture to carry important messages about the nature of American society and to ....

1245 Words 5 Pages

Architecture

.... Library was one of the buildings that epitomized the characteristics of the architecture during this period that was dubbed the "American Renaissance." Built ....

1391 Words 6 Pages

Early Boston Architecture & Abbott Lowell Cummings

.... The Beginnings of Provincial Renaissance Architecture in Boston .... styles within the New England region during the early colonial period in American history varied ....

1053 Words 4 Pages

City Planning and Modern Architecture Manfredo Tafuri, Marshall ...

.... The Death and Life of Great American Cities. New York: Vintage Books, 1961. Tafuri, Manfredo. Architecture and Utopia: Design and Capitalist Development. ....

1956 Words 8 Pages

IM Pei and the National Gallery

.... is of "not only a spectacular and highly functional new museum but also very possibly one of the finest works of modern American architecture" (Kernan, 1978, p ....

5374 Words 21 Pages

Comparing Architectural Styles

.... Jencks, Charles. Le Corbusier and the Continual Revolution in American Architecture. Monacelli Press, 2000. Richards, Simon. "The ....

1704 Words 7 Pages

Dade County Architecture

.... The new trend in European architecture was simply too radical a break for most American architects and clients, who still believed that the statements they ....

3053 Words 12 Pages

A Frank Gehry Campus Design T

.... Architecture, p. 202. Scully, V. (1988). American architecture and urbanism. New York: Henry Holt. Walker Art Center. (1986). The architecture of Frank Gehry. ....

1463 Words 6 Pages

Diffusion of Culture throughout History

.... Our modern senate, the architecture of the Capitol in Washington, DC, and our Plato .... in myriad aspects of culture being adapted into mainstream American culture. ....

782 Words 3 Pages

Annotated Bib of 4 Cources

Annotated Bib of 4 Cources. Scully, Vincent. "Men and Nature in Pueblo Architecture." In American Indian Art: Form and Tradition, 35-41. New York: Dutton, 1972. ....

522 Words 2 Pages

The American Novel

.... The series of events which includes the American and the French Revolutions, the .... The grandeur of gothic architecture had lost its power to sway the masses. ....

2630 Words 11 Pages

1908 Living and Technology in America

.... Ames, Iowa: Iowa State UP, 1998. Howe, J. "A Digital Archive of American Architecture." Boston: Boston College U. 10 Apr. 2008 Jones, Jacqueline. ....

1371 Words 5 Pages

Landscape Gardening

.... ôThe Teaching Garden.ö American Nurseryman, 8(18), 18-21. Van Buren, Deborah E. ôLandscape Architecture and Gardens in the Cornish Colony: The Careers of ....

725 Words 3 Pages

Landscape Gardening

.... ôThe Teaching Garden.ö American Nurseryman, 8(18), 18-21. Van Buren, Deborah E. ôLandscape Architecture and Gardens in the Cornish Colony: The Careers of ....

725 Words 3 Pages

Frank Lloyd Wright

.... building with a garden or natural environment were necessary elements in architecture. .... ornamentation in the Imperial Hotel and in his American residences where ....

1363 Words 5 Pages

Guggenheim Museum Architecture

.... Architecture and Urbanism between the Second World War and the Bicentennial. New York: Monacelli Press, 1995. Willensky, Elliot and White, Norval. American ....

542 Words 2 Pages