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Where is westmnister hall located?

Where is westmnister hall located?

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Kayla Schmidt


Where is westmnister hall located?



History of Architecture 2

9-29-15

4 portionsfor the exam

∙ Sketch

∙ Short answer

∙ Essay

o Gothic

∙ Multiple choice

Medieval Houses and Castles

∙ Caernarvon Castle, Wales 1283-1327

∙ Maison du Jaques Coeur, Bourges, 1442-53

Caernarvon Castle, Wales 1283-1327


What are the elements of san germiniano?



∙ Towers at intersection of the wall

∙ Center---keep---place of refuge

∙ Tall walls for protection

∙ Stepped parapet---for bows and arrows to be launched from

Maison du Jaques Coeur, Bourges, 1442-53


What is the style observed in doges palace?



We also discuss several other topics like What are yarns for?

Kayla Schmidt

∙ Jaques Coer---merchant class---transformed Europe

∙ Gothic style

o Residential environment

∙ Exception---big windows with glass in them We also discuss several other topics like What ability is tonicity?

Westminster Hall, London

∙ Masonry walls, 1037

∙ Hammerbeam trusses 1393, by Hugh Herland

o We also discuss several other topics like What does elasticity allow us to quantify?

o

o English element

o Decorative purposes—not really structural

Kayla Schmidt

o “A Hammerbeamroof is a decorative, open timber roof trusstypical of English Gothic  architecture and has been called "...the most spectacular endeavorof the English  Medieval carpenter."

∙ Meeting hall

∙ Rafter- “one of several internal beams extending from the eaves to the peak of a roof and  constituting its framework.”

∙ Horizontal plane relevantto the slope (pearlen)

San Geminiano, Italy

We also discuss several other topics like In what manner did socrates share his philosophy?

∙ Florence, Italy

∙ Tower Houses 13th and 14th century

∙ Defensive towers

∙ 22 towers in Florence

Bastides Towns in Europe

∙ The wars, crusades, and inquisition which suppressed the so called Albigensian Heresy  slaughtered thousands.  

∙ Bastide town---from old French—built town

Monpazier, 1284

Don't forget about the age old question of How does feedback fit into linear model approach?

∙ Rural locations

∙ Residential communities

∙ Grid system

Kayla Schmidt

Piazza del Campo, Siena, Italy

Don't forget about the age old question of Why do our body need sugar?

∙ Townhall located in the center

∙ Symbol is the tower

∙ Shallow slope topography

Doges Palace, Venice, 1309-24

∙ Gothic Style  

∙ Sits in Mud flaps in a bay

∙ Defensible

∙ Lightweight construction

Ca d’Oro, Venice, c. 1430

Kayla Schmidt

∙ Grand Canal---real-estate

∙ Can’t get light and air in building

∙ Building lot is long and thin

∙ Ground floor then 1st floor---opposite of US

∙ Façade opened---to create window area

∙ “The Golden House”

∙ Long thin rooms

∙ Normally building is smashed up against one another

∙ Ariel view of Venice

o o Merchant access

Renaissance

∙ Fillipo Brunelleschi

∙ 1377-1446

∙ S.Maria del Fiore (1417-)

∙ Ospedale degli Innocenti (1419)

Kayla Schmidt

∙ San Lorenzo (1421-)

∙ Clicker quiz: what did Brunelleschi detail?

o Answer: One point perspective

S.Maria del Fiore (1417-)

∙ Inner dome and outer dome

∙ Created building and then create dome

Kayla Schmidt

Kayla Schmidt

History of Architecture 2

9-29-15

4 portionsfor the exam

∙ Sketch

∙ Short answer

∙ Essay

o Gothic

∙ Multiple choice

Medieval Houses and Castles

∙ Caernarvon Castle, Wales 1283-1327

∙ Maison du Jaques Coeur, Bourges, 1442-53

Caernarvon Castle, Wales 1283-1327

∙ Towers at intersection of the wall

∙ Center---keep---place of refuge

∙ Tall walls for protection

∙ Stepped parapet---for bows and arrows to be launched from

Maison du Jaques Coeur, Bourges, 1442-53

Kayla Schmidt

∙ Jaques Coer---merchant class---transformed Europe

∙ Gothic style

o Residential environment

∙ Exception---big windows with glass in them

Westminster Hall, London

∙ Masonry walls, 1037

∙ Hammerbeam trusses 1393, by Hugh Herland

o

o

o English element

o Decorative purposes—not really structural

Kayla Schmidt

o “A Hammerbeamroof is a decorative, open timber roof trusstypical of English Gothic  architecture and has been called "...the most spectacular endeavorof the English  Medieval carpenter."

∙ Meeting hall

∙ Rafter- “one of several internal beams extending from the eaves to the peak of a roof and  constituting its framework.”

∙ Horizontal plane relevantto the slope (pearlen)

San Geminiano, Italy

∙ Florence, Italy

∙ Tower Houses 13th and 14th century

∙ Defensive towers

∙ 22 towers in Florence

Bastides Towns in Europe

∙ The wars, crusades, and inquisition which suppressed the so called Albigensian Heresy  slaughtered thousands.  

∙ Bastide town---from old French—built town

Monpazier, 1284

∙ Rural locations

∙ Residential communities

∙ Grid system

Kayla Schmidt

Piazza del Campo, Siena, Italy

∙ Townhall located in the center

∙ Symbol is the tower

∙ Shallow slope topography

Doges Palace, Venice, 1309-24

∙ Gothic Style  

∙ Sits in Mud flaps in a bay

∙ Defensible

∙ Lightweight construction

Ca d’Oro, Venice, c. 1430

Kayla Schmidt

∙ Grand Canal---real-estate

∙ Can’t get light and air in building

∙ Building lot is long and thin

∙ Ground floor then 1st floor---opposite of US

∙ Façade opened---to create window area

∙ “The Golden House”

∙ Long thin rooms

∙ Normally building is smashed up against one another

∙ Ariel view of Venice

o o Merchant access

Renaissance

∙ Fillipo Brunelleschi

∙ 1377-1446

∙ S.Maria del Fiore (1417-)

∙ Ospedale degli Innocenti (1419)

Kayla Schmidt

∙ San Lorenzo (1421-)

∙ Clicker quiz: what did Brunelleschi detail?

o Answer: One point perspective

S.Maria del Fiore (1417-)

∙ Inner dome and outer dome

∙ Created building and then create dome

Kayla Schmidt

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