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 1774
1774 in architecture See also: 1773 in architecture, other events of 1774, 1775 in architecture and the architecture tim...
HMS Enterprize (1774) The fifth HMS Enterprize (sometimes spelled Enterprise), 28, was the lead ship of a class of 27 17...
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 Baroque architecture   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Baroque architecture starting in the early 17th century in Italy took the humanist Roman vocabulary of Renaissance architecture and used it in a new theatrical sculptural fashion expressing the triumph of church and state.
The sacred architecture of the baroque was influenced by Italy especially Rome and the paradigm of the basilica with crossed dome and nave.
The centre of baroque secular architecture France where the open three wing layout the palace was established as the canonical as early as the 16th century.
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 Baroque architecture   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Baroque architecture, starting in the early 17th century in Italy, took the humanist Roman vocabulary of Renaissance architecture and used it in a new rhetorical, theatrical, sculptural fashion, expressing the triumph of absolutist church and state.
The sacred architecture of the baroque was mainly influenced by Italy, especially Rome and the paradigm of the basilica with crossed dome and nave.
The centre of baroque secular architecture was France, where the open three wing layout of the palace was established as the canonical solution as early as the 16th century.
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 Denmark - Culture - Architecture   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Although the architectural creations of the age were thus mainly concentrated in private building undertakings in Copenhagen, for instance Niels Juels Palæ near Kongens Nytorv (1696), building work was still going on in other parts of the country.
Greek Antique architecture was the object of considerable interest at this time, and it left its traces for instance in Harsdorff's colonnade (1794) between two of the Amalienborg palaces.
Architecturally speaking, Tinggården was built in a varied and informal mould, in which the elements of concrete were hidden behind unpretentious and familiar native materials such as wooden cladding and facing walls.
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 Colonial History & Architecture at the Hammond-Harwood House, Annapolis, Maryland
The years 1763 to 1774 have been referred to as the Golden Age of Annapolis because political power acted as a magnet for the wealthy planters who came to town bringing a profound desire for sophisticated society, stylish architecture and a ravenous appetite for imported luxury goods.
The architecture of the English colonies in North America from 1607 to the Revolution is primarily an architecture built by regional artisans and influenced by the locally built environment.
Architecture that is the result of an academic tradition and is designed as a coordinated whole, by a professional architect is described as "high-style" or academic.
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 Text Only Version -- Shaker Historic Trail -- National Register of Historic Places
In 1774, according to Evans, "Mother Ann received a revelation, directing her to repair to America; also that the second Christian Church would be established in America…" With her husband and seven members of the society Ann Lee set sail for America on May 10, 1774.
As with their architecture, the discarding of any unnecessary ornament resulted in distinctive furniture of simple forms and proportion, often colored with a thin Venetian red or yellow ochre wash. Craftsman did choose some of their most beautiful woods for their furniture such as maple, birch, chestnut, butternut and honey pine.
Adhering to the Shaker architectural format, the Elder's Dwelling, built in 1823, reflects the Shaker adaptation of rural Federal architecture with its gabled roof and a simple entablature on the East and West facades.
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 1774 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
1771 1772 1773 - 1774 - 1775 1776 1777
1774 was a common year starting on Saturday (see link for calendar).
January 21 - Mustafa III, Sultan of the Ottoman Empire dies and is succeeded by his brother Abd-ul-Hamid I.
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 JustEurope.org - France Architecture!
It is unfortunate that the Renaissance style in France is chiefly seen in such structures as the Louvre and Versailles, which because of their scale can scarcely be experienced as buildings.
François Mansart, at Blois and Maisons Lafitte (1640), shows a certain suavity and elegance, which appears again in the eighteenth century in the town houses of the Rococo period, the generally reticent exteriors of which belie the vivacity and charm of the private life within.
Art and architecture were at the time organized by boards and academies, and in the latter style and employment were strictly controlled by royal direction.
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 American architecture books   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
The prison at Auburn was the chief rival of the Eastern Penitentiary in Philadelphia, perhaps the most influential prison in the modern world, internationally renowned as the model for the system of solitary confinement developed in Philadelphia in the late 18th century.
Ricker was a fellow of the AIA and was given an honorary degree of Doctor of Architecture in 1909; he taught for forty three years at the University of Illinois.
The history of its architecture is important as it is tied in with the early development of iron construction in America; the building as executed was an octagonally planned domed structure of iron designed by Carstensen and Gildermeister.
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 Encyclopedia: 1773
See also: 1772 in literature, other events of 1773, 1774 in literature, list of years in literature.
See also: 1772 in music, other events of 1773, 1774 in music, list of years in music.
Antigua Guatemala (commonly referred to as just Antigua or La Antigua) is a city in the central mountains of Guatemala famous for its well-preserved Spanish New World Baroque architecture as well as a number of spectacular ruined churches.
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 1774 in architecture - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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The Royal Crescent in Bath, England, designed by John Wood the Younger is completed.
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 CUBAMAR Viajes S.A
Because of its near-perfect natural beauty, this province in the westernmost part of the country is also known as "the Garden of Cuba." It is 10 931,5 square km (4221 square miles) in size, has a population of around 718,000 and is famous for growing the best tobacco in the world.
It was named Nueva Filipinas in 1774, but that name didn't stick.
The architecture in its historic center is eclectic, and its low houses in gentle colors, whose porches seem to form an endless gallery, have great charm.
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 Classical Tuscan Order   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
The Tuscan Order was rarely used in later Roman architecture, but it is referred to by Vitruvius, and Palladio devotes a chapter to it, as he does to each of the orders.
Palladio recommends that its plainness make it suitable for use in buildings of utilitarian function, such as farm buildings, and specifically states that the ratio of height to width in the intervals between the pillars, mean that it is possible to manoeuvre a farm wagon between them.
However, in later years Adam was to renounce its use, declaring in 1774: "as to the Tuscan, it is, in fact, no more than a bad and imperfect Doric," and it cannot be said that even at the start of Adam's career, it frequently features in his designs.
www.scran.ac.uk /dl/ada/documents/general/orders/classical_tuscan.htm   (338 words)

  
 Assignment Two Architecture
The Hezekiah Alexander House was built in 1774 for the owner, a Scots-Irish Presbyterian who had moved to Mecklenburg County from Cecil County Maryland in 1767.
The house is typical of the finer stone houses in Maryland.
The square, hip-roofed block with two-tiered, pedimented portico is taken directly from one of Palladio copybooks.
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 Rosslyn Chapel Trust Website
Excerpt from 'An account of the Chapel of Rosslyn' written in 1774 by Dr Forbes, Bishop of Caithness describes the legend.
The Master Mason having recieved from the Founder a model of a pillar of exquisite workmanship and design, hesitated to carry it out until he had gone to Rome or some other foreign part to see the original.
On being told that it was his apprentice, he was so inflamed with rage and passion that he struck him with a mallet, killed him on the spot and paid the penalty for his rash and cruel act.
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 1774   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
1774 in topic: Arts 1774 in architecture - 1774 in literature - 1774 in music Other topics 1774 in Canada - 1774 in science
Lists of leaders: List of colonial governors in 1774 - List of state leaders in 1774
January 21 - Mustafa III, List of Ottoman Sultans of the Ottoman Empire dies and is succeeded by his brother Abd-ul-Hamid I.
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 Travel97: Trace the Steps of One of Our Founding Fathers
His 1774 "Summary View of the Rights of British America" won him the assignment to draft the Declaration of Independence.
At Monticello (Italian for "little mountain"), Jefferson was "as happy as no where else." He spent 40 years in active construction of his home two miles southeast of Charlottesville, where he had played as a boy.
Monticello is the remarkable integration of Jefferson's love of classical architecture and his passion for innovation.
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 Rosslyn Chapel Trust Website
Adjacent is a ram caught in the thicket by his horns.
Dr Forbes in his account of the Chapel in 1774 refers to a figure of Abraham with hands lifted in prayer but this has been destroyed.
Directly under the carving of Isaac, at the top of the pillar, is a Stafford Knot.
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 architecture
In that study he will define the national origins of our culture, note how the elements drawn from European countries were modified and combined in the New World, and trace the final emergence of a distinctly American civilization.
Robert Smith was a prominent member of the Carpenters' Company of Philadelphia, the group which so profoundly influenced the architecture of eighteenth-century Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware.
John Notman, noted as the designer of St. Mark's, the Church of the Holy Trinity, St. Clement and many residences in the Philadelphia region, and of "Prospect" and "Guernsey Hall" in Princeton, was a devotee of the Florentine school of architecture so popular in the fifth and sixth decades of the century.
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 Plaster Architecture Project: Essay
In 1774, in France, a mémoire was published on the composition of ancient mortars.
Coade Stone, a brand name for a cast stone made from fired clay, had been developed and manufactured in England from 1769 to 1843 and was used for decorative architectural elements.
It was used for statues, tombs, balustrades, vases, pillars and decorative architectural elements.
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 The Works in Architecture of Robert and James Adam... - PBA Galleries, Auctions & Appraisers
A beneficial aspect of this tactic was that it also allowed them to put their full effort into the plates which were produced, employing the finest engravers of the day.
The result was one of the most brilliant displays of commissioned architecture ever published.
However, the paucity of detail, wherein the magnificent buildings were presented but their schematic details were not given, gave birth to imitations better tailored to use for building, such as Wililam Paine's "Practical Builder" (1774), John Carter's "Builder's Magazine" (from 1774) and George Richardson's "Book of Ceilings" (1774).
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 Étienne-Louis Boullée - Articles and Information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Boullée's refined designs often were inspired by antiquity, for example, his Château de Chaville, 1764 built for Tessé family, and Hôtel de Brunoy, 1774 (since demolished).
As an architectural academician, he taught at the Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées (school of bridges and causeways) and the Académie Royale d'Architecture.
His book Architecture, essai sur l'art (essay on the art of architecture) written in the last decade of his life was not published until 1953.
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 Car Hire Annapolis USA from car rentals.co.uk   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Beautifully situated on picturesque Chesapeake Bay, Annapolis is the capital of the state of Maryland, and is full of old English charm, magnificent architecture, scenic areas and lively entertainment.
Elsewhere in the city are some stunning examples of late 18th century architecture.
Dating from 1774, it is most notable for its beautifully carved decorative woodwork, especially evident in the intricate front doorway.
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 Charter High School for Architecture & Design
The Carpenters' Company is an organization started in 1724 to help its members develop architectural skills and to aid their families in times of need.
The Company is now an august honorary society consisting of prominent architects, contractors and builders, meeting in the same building where delegates to the First Continental Congress met in September, 1774 to air their grievances against King George III.
In the spring of 1775, the Second Continental Congress transferred its sessions to the larger Pennsylvania State House (now Independence Hall), but Carpenters' Hall continues to be used by various political groups.
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 info: 1774   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
1774 Gaol Act - Abolished gaolers' fees and suggested ways for improving the sanitary state of prisons and the better preservation of the health of prisoners.
Pawtuxet Rangers, R.I.M. - Unit originally chartered in 1774 to protect the seaport of Pawtuxet, Rhode Island.
Includes the descendants of Edward Flathers of England, born circa 1755; sent to America in 1774..
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 American Architecture Syllabus
List of Architectural Terms: You are responsible for keeping a running list of architectural terms that you come across in all course readings.
On occasion, you will be asked to write short, impromptu formal analysis essays on architecture we have seen and discussed in class.
Appropriate accommodations are arranged after you've conferred with the DSS Manager, and presented the required documentation of your disability to DSS.
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 History, Architecture -- Harriton House
Built in 1704 by Welsh Quaker Rowland Ellis, this handsome stone house is one of few that represent early American domestic architecture in the Philadelphia area.
It was originally called Bryn Mawr, which means "high hill" in Welch.
Though there are no specific educational programs, a Tour is educational and an inspiration to anyone interested in history or architecture.
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