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  The Organic Architecture and Creative Residential Design of Robert Oshatz
I see architecture as a synthesis of logic and emotion, exploring and fulfilling the dreams, fantasies and realities of my clients, whether they are individuals, corporate, or community identities.
At the time, organic architecture was not universally appreciated in America and he was not well known outside of the organic movement.
This is the main principle for your architectural work: here an architect finds inspiration, here new ideas and variants of their realization appear, here fresh, original and different projects appear as a consequence of the originality and individuality of the customers.
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 AllRefer.com - Gothic revival (Architecture) - Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
In Contrasts (1836) he put forth the idea that the Middle Ages, in its way of life and art, was superior to his own time and ought to be imitated.
He amplified his ideas in The True Principles of Pointed or Christian Architecture (1841), propounding that not only must Gothic detail be authentic but that the contemporary architect should achieve the structural clarity and high level of craftsmanship that were found in the Middle Ages by using the methods of medieval builders.
However, the ideals of earlier theoreticians, the clear expression of structure and materials have influenced modern architecture.
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Architectural theorists have a manifest interest in learning about the efforts of analytic aestheticians to address such topics as the essential nature of art and the identification of a given artwork.
In what little discussion there is of architecture in analytic aesthetics, the default position is apparently that architecture is so close a relative of the plastic arts (painting, sculpture) as to warrant the subsumption of the former under the latter.
Architecture is apparently unlike the other arts in that we tend to associate it with a social function.
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 Monastic Art and Architecture
Western monastic art and architecture, as widespread and various as Christianity, takes its special character from the aspirations of members of monastic religious communities who have turned their thoughts away from the world and dedicated themselves to living under a regula ("rule").
The architectural implications of the Rule of Saint Benedict are perhaps most fully spelled out in the ideal plan of Saint Gall (c.820), Switzerland.
In fact, the greatest surviving examples of monastic art and architecture are directly related to the fabric of the church building and to the liturgical rites in it.
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 The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition: Italian architecture @ HighBeam Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Italy's Romanesque architecture (12th cent.) reveals the first use of the groined vault with projecting ribs.
Gothic architecture was not greatly developed in Italy; a notable exception is the cathedral of Milan, built in part by foreign architects.
Vignola did significant work in Rome in the latter part of the 16th cent., while in N Italy the formal classicism of Palladio was a potent factor in the spreading of Renaissance architecture throughout Europe.
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 Architecture, Landscape Architecture, and Urban Planning
She edited Architectural History 1999/2000: A Special Issue of JSAH (1999), and is the author of Architecture or Revolution: Charles Moore and Yale in the late 1960s (2001) as well as numerous articles on 19th and 20th century architecture, the city, photography and other issues in architectural representation.
She is the editor of the Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians from 1997-2000, Blau was Curator of Exhibitions and Publications at the Canadian Centre for Architecture, 1984-1990, and Adjunct Curator, 1991-2001.
Hays received the Bachelor of Architecture from the Georgia Institute of Technology in 1976, the Master of Architecture in Advanced Studies from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1979, and the Doctor of Philosophy in the History, Theory, and Criticism of Architecture and Art from MIT in 1990.
www.gsas.harvard.edu /programs/degree/archtect.html   (4457 words)

 School of Architecture, Urban Design and Landscape Architecture   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Landscape architectural design is becoming recognized as an increasingly important discipline in the development of an integrated urban environment.
The National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB), which is the sole agency authorized to accredit US professional degree programs in architecture, recognizes two types of degrees: the Bachelor of Architecture and the Master of Architecture.
Note: Architecture students in the fifth year must maintain a grade point average of 2.5 in all courses taken, in professional courses of architecture, and in design courses.
www.ccny.cuny.edu /bulletin02/school_architecture.htm   (4270 words)

 Neue Nationalgalerie - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Neue Nationalgalerie is a museum for classical modern art in Berlin, with main focus on early the 20th century.
The museum building was designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and opened in 1968.
This interior view of the Neue Nationalgalerie's ground floor shows the play of light off the reflective floor, as well as the animated red LCD tracks on the ceiling.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Neue_Nationalgalerie   (276 words)

 Architecture Theory Since 1968:K. Michael Hays (Ed.):0262581884:eCampus.com
In the discussion of architecture, the prevailing sentiment of the past three decades has been that cultural production can no longer be understood to arise spontaneously, as a matter of social course, but is constructed through ever more self-conscious theoretical procedures.
This long-awaited anthology is in some sense a sequel to Joan Ockman's Architecture Culture 1943-1968, A Documentary Anthology (1993).
It presents forty-seven of the primary texts of contemporary architecture theory, introducing each by detailing the concepts and categories necessary for its understanding and evaluation.
www.ecampus.com /bk_detail.asp?isbn=0262581884   (147 words)

 Southern California Institute of Architecture   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Frampton treats the history of 20th century architecture as a battleground of ideas, emphasizing polemics and architectural movements as much as buildings.
Although the SCI-Arc history-theory department’s treatment of architectural history is closer to Frampton than Curtis in its concern with theoretical and polemical issues, we value and recommend the Curtis text for its clarity, completeness, and the wealth of images it provides.
The purpose of this seminar is to (re)introduce graduate students with backgrounds in architecture to different and sometimes conflicting approaches to the analysis of the disciplines, discourses, and objects of the field.
www.sciarc.edu /v5/apply/greadinglist.php   (1737 words)

 1968 in architecture -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
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Lake Point Tower in (Largest city in Illinois; a bustling Great Lakes port that extends 26 miles along the southwestern shoreline of Lake Michigan) Chicago, designed by Schippereit-Heinrich Associates is completed.
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 Credit Repair Books : Architecture Theory since 1968
His purpose is to show the evolution of architectural theory and its role as mediator between our society and its architecture, thus opening architecture up to other disciplines of thought.
In the discussion of architecture, there is a prevailing sentiment that, since 1968, cultural production in its traditional sense can no longer be understood to rise spontaneously, as a matter of social course, but must now be constructed through ever more self-conscious theoretical procedures.
This anthology presents forty-seven of the primary texts of architecture theory, introducing each with an explication of the concepts and categories necessary for its understanding and evaluation.
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 Programming Tutorials - Books : Theorizing a New Agenda for Architecture: An Anthology of Architectural Theory 1965-1995
As an arcaheology student studying vernacular architecture, I found this particular text to be a waste of time.
Architectural Theory from 1965-1995 is complex, nuanced, and somewhat pretentious.
Part of the problem is that contemporary Architectural Theory (and I would call this "Postmodern" theory) is connected to Continental Philosophy, which is also quite pretentious and often inaccessible to the vast majority of readers.
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 Architecture Theory
Caragonne, A. The Texas Rangers: Notes from an Architectural Underground.
Hillier, B. Space is the Machine: A Configurational Theory of Architecture.
Joan Ockman (compiled by, with the collaboration of Edward Eigen); New York Architecture Culture, 1943-1968.
www.architect.org /bibliography/architecture_theory.html   (296 words)

 Architect Peter Eisenman is Thomas lecturer   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Eisenman helped redefine contemporary architecture, "challenging the idea that architecture has to have a single, clear aesthetic," said Werner Goehner, Cornell professor of architecture and chair of the Preston Thomas lecture series.
Goehner predicted that the talks would be of key interest to students and faculty in Architecture, Art and Planning and in the humanities, particularly visual studies majors, as well as any practicing architect within a 200-mile radius of Ithaca.
The talks on Feb. 8 and 15 include a response by Robert Somol, a principal with the architectural firm Somol X Pollari and adjunct faculty member with the Department of Architecture and Urban Design at the University of California at Los Angeles.
www.news.cornell.edu /chronicle/00/2.3.00/Eisenman.html   (531 words)

 Glasgow - City of Sculpture - Bibliography
Harper, R.H. Victorian Architectural Competitions An Index to British and Irish Achitectural Competitions in the Builder 1843-1900, London.
(1975) "A New and Splendid Edifice" The Architecture of the University of Glasgow, Glasgow.
For sculpture and architecture: we have over 220 biographies of sculptors and architects connected with Glasgow, Scotland.
www.glasgowsculpture.com /pg_bibliography.php   (1810 words)

 Georgian architecture on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
It includes several trends in English architecture that were predominant during the reigns (1714-1830) of George I, George II, George III, and George IV.
Modernism rekindled: a new dwelling by Ekberg architecture reawakens modernist principles in Beaumaris, the quintessential 1950s suburb that has become riddled with neo-Georgian developments in recent years.
The space between: conceived as a versatile and unfolding space between two Neo-Georgian townhouses, this Melbourne house by Richard Kerr Architecture captures borrowed views and evinces an unexpected calm in a...
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 Architecture-based FAM
Architecture views (alternate representations of the architecture of a system) are, in this sense, models.
On the other hand, most formal specification techniques that offer a very rich and robust reasoning method are "complete" (or at least "closed" with respect to their domain of discourse and set of reasoning methods).
For example, sensor processing subsystems tend to use pipe-and-filter architectures; their costs and schedules tend to be driven by the complexity of filter algorithms and by overall throughput requirements (and generally not by user-interface considerations).
www.usc.edu /dept/ATRIUM/Papers/SAMSA/appendix1.html   (3314 words)

 Architecture > Criticism
Since the AIA Guide to New York City was first published in 1967, it has been recognized as the ultimate guide to the metropolis's buildings, in all five boroughs -- Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx, and Staten Island -- from nineteenth-century brownstones and tenements to...
The first section of the book consists of six rigorously argued essays that investigate the language of modernism, language and drawing, "masculine and feminine" architecture, language metaphors, science in architecture, and the social properties of architecture.
In architecture, as in much of the rest of its culture, Latin America offers at once a coherent regional ethos and great national individuality.
www.libreriauniversitaria.it /BUS/r_ARC00100/p_20/Criticism.htm   (510 words)

 MIT OpenCourseWare | Architecture | 4.665 Contemporary Architecture and Critical Debate, Spring 2002 | Readings
"The Structure of Urban Artifacts." Chapter 1 in The Architecture of the City.
"The Individuality of Urban Artifacts; Architecture." Chapter 3 in The Architecture of the City.
"A Critique of Architecture: The Bitter Victory of the Situationist International." In Anxious Modernisms: Experimentation in Postwar Architectural Culture.
ocw.mit.edu /OcwWeb/Architecture/4-665Spring-2002/Readings   (972 words)

 RSA Press Releases   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Studios in Landscape Architecture this year explored alternatives for the redevelopment of the Detroit waterfront, as well as design strategies for the reclamation of a former military site in East Germany and its conversion into public open space and greenfields.
Chairman of the Department of Landscape Architecture from 1958-1968, Hideo Sasaki is considered among 20th century's most influential professor-practitioners who broadened the vision of generations of landscape architects.
Exploring challenges and ideas in contemporary landscape architecture from a diversity of fields - including art, ecology, technology, and sociology - the exhibition will showcase innovative approaches to landscape planning and design by practicing landscape architects, as well as a specially commissioned "digital landscape" that will allow visitors an interactive experience of landscape in cyberspace.
www.resnicowschroeder.com /news/harvard.html   (1643 words)

 Archinect : Discussion Forum : "bibles" of architecture   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Joan Ockman's anthology of seminal texts 'Architecture Culture 1943-1968' is a must; and I think there's a followup that bring us more up to date.
What non-architects are thinking about is ofter more enlightening, but only after we're grounded in the legacy of architectural theory so that we have a foundation from which to respond.
It's been interpreted by us self-centered architects to mean novelist/book destroying architecture, but in context it has a much more layered meaning.
www.archinect.com /forum/threads.php?id=10300_0_42_0_C   (1338 words)

 Architecture Center Head Named   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The book, which provides a critical context for international architecture during the decades after World War II, was described as having "the power of a contemporary manifesto" by The New York Times and named Book of the Year by the 1994 International Architecture Book Awards program of the American Institute of Architects.
She is married to Robert Slutzky, the painter and art and architecture educator, and lives with her family in Elkins Park, Pa.
The Temple Hoyne Buell Center for the Study of American Architecture, located in Buell Hall, was founded in 1982 to advance the understanding and interpretation of American architecture, landscape and urbanism through sponsorship of fellowships and study programs designed to engage professionals, scholars and the general public.
www.columbia.edu /cu/record/archives/vol20/vol20_iss14/record2014.19.html   (419 words)

 AllRefer.com - Georgian architecture (Architecture) - Encyclopedia
It includes several trends in English architecture that were predominant during the reigns (1714–1830) of George I, George II, George III, and George IV.
there was a countercurrent of baroque architecture stemming from buildings by Sir Christopher Wren and carried on by Sir John Vanbrugh, Nicholas Hawksmoor, and James Gibbs.
American buildings and arts of the period, which closely resemble their English prototypes, are also usually designated as Georgian.
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 Publisher description for Library of Congress control number 91038729   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Publisher description for Architecture culture, 1943-1968 : a documentary anthology / [compiled by] Joan Ockman with the collaboration of Edward Eigen.
Architecture Culture 1943-1968 is an anthology of seventy-four international documents with critical commentary.
Both a sourcebook and a companion history of architecture, the volume traces the evolution of modern architecture from the midst of the Second World War to the student revolts of May '68.
www.loc.gov /catdir/description/hol054/91038729.html   (148 words)

 Archinect : Discussion Forum : Architecture Reading List
-kenneth frampton's modern architecture a critical history is so tight that it's a basic.
Architecture, from Prehistory to Post-Modernism: The Western Tradition.
The Architectural Uncanny: Essays in the Modern Unhomely.
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The development of interpretive modes of various stripes–poststructuralist, Marxian, phenomenological, psychoanalytic, as well as others dissenting or eccentric–has given scholars a range of tools for rethinking architecture in relation to other fields and for reasserting architecture's general importance in intellectual discourse.
It presents forty-seven of the primary texts of contemporary architectural theory, introducing each by detailing the concepts and categories necessary for its understanding and evaluation.
Michael Hays is a Professor of Architectural Theory at Harvard University
www.gsd.harvard.edu /research/publications/history_theory/architecture_theory.html   (311 words)

 Penn State College of Arts and Architecture | Current Students
Consideration will be given to second- through fifth-year students of the Department of Architecture who participate in the design panel competition during the first week of the fall semester.
For the Department of Architecture, first preference shall be given to the student with the highest grade-point average in the structural and design courses.
Established to honor Neil H. Porterfield, former Dean of the College of Arts and Architecture, to support projects that emphasize interdisciplinary approaches that are related to further development of studies related to architecture and landscape architecture fields by facilitating an integrated SALA visiting practitioner/field trip program.
www.aanda.psu.edu /current/arch_awards.html   (1125 words)

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