Final Study Guide III
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Historical Interiors and Architecture Final Exam Part III Study Guide nal part Colonial Style House Colonial Style House Exampe of a turned Chair mm m 39 ladder back chair Shaker chair Block and shell furniture Fiddle back chair V Windsor chair 3 Banister back Chair looks like banister spokes 0n the back but they are plat not round Example of Mansard Roof William Morris Chair Arts and Crafts Gustav Stickley Furniture Example of art nouveau architecture Eiffel Tower Which is arts and arts and which is art nouvea Robie House Frank Lloyd Wright Both are images of Taliesin Frank Lloyd Wright Taliesin West Frank Lloyd Wright r I Falling Water Frank Lloyd Wright 2 images are of the Guggenheim Museum Frank Lloyd Wright Johnson Administration Building Frank Lloyd Wright Mies van der Rohe Bareelona Pavilion 39 Mies Farnsworth House llllll III Mies Lakeshore drive apartments Villa Savoye Le Courbusier a 2 images Schroder House Gerrit Rietveld 2 images Radio City music hall art deco interior 2 images Eero Saarinent TWA Flight Center JFK International Example of a Frank O Gehry building Frank Lloyd Write Furnishings Wassily Chair Marcel Breuer Nesting side tables Marcel Breuer Cesca Chair Marcel Breuer nk Barcelona Chair and stool Mics van der Rohe Mies van der Rohe Furnishings g Le Courbusier Furnishings Le Courbusier Chaise Longueilt Red and Blue Chair Gerrit Rietveldgt lt Zi g Zag Chair Gerrit Rietveldgt lt Schroder table Gerrit Rietveld Utrecht Chair Gerrit Rietveld Paimo Chair Alvar Aalto Tea Trolley Alvar Aalto 3 legged stacking table Alvar Aaltollt Longue Chair and ottoman Eames Brothersllt Molded plywood chair Eames brothers Molded fiberglass chairs Eames brothersllt Tulip chair Eero Saarinengt lt l Womb chair Eero Saarinengt lt Eero Saarinen chair Given this image who designed this building I I Louis Sullivan 0 In early American many ornamental displays were meant as warnings of the owner s power to retaliate Many motifs and ornamentation of the early Americas were militia in some form 0 Shaker characteristics Clean simple lines aesthetic is spare disapproved of worldly extravagance odd or fanciful styles may not be used Walls were usually left bare and smooth plaster Wooden rail at eye height with pegs What was the most characteristic element of the empire style The walls typically elaborately draped What are the characteristics of the Arts and Crafts Movement True to Nature Reaction against the social moral and artistic Industrial Revolution Wanted to bring back hand craftsmanship Simple Solid More at home in a cottage Colors were light earth tones Furniture was plain sturdy and relatively sparse Simplicity honest to construction truth to material unadorned plain surfaces Art Nouveau Many curves asymmetry culmination for oral ornament William Morris Main Arts and Crafts figure Truth to nature of materials Individual eXpression for both designer and worker Louis Sullivan Form Follows Function Father of the skyscraper Designs often used masonry walls with terra cotta designs Frank Lloyd Wright I would like to have a free architecture Architecture that belonged where you see it standing and is a grace to the landscape instead of a disgrace Open Plan Prairie Style Organic Architecture Walter Gropius Lack of drawing skills Director of the Bauhaus Marcel Breuer Had been a student in the carpentry workshop at the Bauhaus Later became the head of the carpentry workshop Experimented with tubular steel as a furniture material His architecture combined modern design with traditional building materials Mies van der Rohe Less is More Spare design with carefully chosen elements Emphasized open space and revealed the industrial material used in construction Became director of Chicago school of architecture with a back to basics approach Who were the Pioneers for 20th century design Frank Lloyd Wright Peter Behrens Josef Hoffman Organic architecture the union of structure and land upon which it was built Less is more By this Mies meant that architects and other designers must strip their forms to the barest essentials the parts necessary to the work s function so as to achieve a more honest satisfying design Purism a design movement that called for geometry simplicity and purity of form in both painting and architecture and advocated the use of a mathematical proportioning system called the golden section They admired smooth finished forms De Stijl A design movement that was present in both art and architecture It was founded in the Netherlands Described a style working with elementary forms straight lines and primary colors Prairie Style houses with long low horizontal lines Low pitched roofs Deep overhangs No attics or basements Rows of casement windows Did the Bauhaus start as an architectural school It did not teach architecture at first rather it began by teaching a variety of applied arts with each workshop headed by a pair of instructors one of them an artist the other a craftsman or a technician Le Courbusier The house is a machine for living Purist purism designer Would abandon purism for the brutalism style Gerrit Rietveld De Stijl movements most brilliant architect interior designer and furniture designer Felt that form should be emphasized with color
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