This had a concomitant affect on the proliferation of knowledge and education, as well as communication; and as one commentator asserts, the printing press helped to produce a democratization of knowledge Rheingold. This period of history was therefore pivotal in the creation of knowledge and vision, which would further advance the development and achievements of architecture.
Architecture An architectural structure with its foundation in the past and the present The University of Michigan Student Union building In ages past, collective and communal places often were simply expected to serve a singular function. A church was to bring together individuals who shared in a similar faith, for instance. A one-room schoolhouse was to bring together students and an educator, united for the singular purpose of learning. However, as society has grown more complex and diverse, so have the structures that encompass intellectual, recreational, and communal life.
This building is of particular interest, not simply because it is so well trafficked by students of the university. It is also of interest because it aspires to do so much, namely to provide a common nutritional, recreational, and functional gathering place…… [Read More].
Architecture Three grand examples of Roman Architectural ingenuity represent the standards set by the Roman culture for the centralization of space. Serving a central purpose all three, the Domus Aurea, built between AD, the Pantheon in Rome, built around AD and the Mausoleum of Diocletian in Split, built around AD The later architectural designs and constructions of the early Christians and the Byzantine culture can be said to be direct reflections of the centralized planning and structures of their Pagan ancestors, the Romans.
Though adaptations clearly took place the traditions of the Roman planners are clearly represented within these later works. The Domus Aurea, built between AD as a palace and central administration for the emperor Nero after the great fire is based around an octagonal plan with a central open air lake and garden. The Domus Aurea is often thought of as a benchmark for…… [Read More]. Architecture and Sculpture Compared Architecture. This cathedral itself might be better compared to Michelangelo's painting of the Sistine Chapel, as it too has a multitude of figures looking down upon the visitor, as Chartres does.
But if we are comparing the cathedral to the "David," one could say that they are similar in proportion. Chartres is broad-based and of human proportions. The round rose window is its head, and the shoulders are the square behind it, holding up both arms, pointing to the sky. It appears to have its feet spread, and the flying buttresses on either side appear like a skirt or wings under which a chick might be gathered.
As to structure, the church is made in many parts, "the vaulting was quadripartite, which eliminated the need for alternating supports," Frazier whereas the "David" is made on one block of stone.
As to materials, the cathedral is made of masonry stone, in blocks…… [Read More]. Architecture Economics Questions Discussion Assignment Looking at the major spending categories, and delving into detail as you can, identify spending areas that you think could be cut if there were a need to reduce the deficit or control inflation.
In terms of cutting the deficit, it is worth reiterating that no spending cuts are politically popular, even for deficit-hating conservatives. However, given the current state of affairs in Iraq, it would seem that the areas least open to potential cuts are those for the Department of Defense and Department of State and International Assistance. The best available options might be to cut departments and agencies of which, some of whose functions could be potentially assumed by the states.
However, these departments have relatively small budgets. Thus, another potential option might be cutting some of the…… [Read More]. Architecture of the French Renaissance. The sheer length of time designated to each suggests a great deal about the excess of resources, man-power and conceit which were reserved for the cite of worship, historical documentation, deference to the shared authority of the Crown and Church and, in the case of St.
Denis, the interment of France's Kings. And embodied in this long process would be the incorporation of a host of aesthetic, spiritual and sociological impulses that would ultimately feed into the political and philosophical machinations of the renaissance.
Thus, it may be that there is some elevated degree of credit to be given to the French Renaissance architects who ultimately completed these structures so unprecedented in their size. It must be acknowledged that the construction of the Cathedral at Notre Dame would, in France, represent nothing less significant than the transition from a Roman tradition of building aesthetic values to a distinct manifestation of…… [Read More]. The capital city of Brasilia and its primary edifices were all state-commissioned in the middle of the twentieth century.
The term monumental axis refers to the grandeur of the scope and sheer size of the complex, as well as to the fact that this area of the capital is home to its most important political monuments.
Moreover, the term monumental axis denotes the linearity of the layout: Roadways were…… [Read More]. Modernization of Brasilia Oscar Niemeyer. At this point, the role he played in the formative development of some centers in Belo Horizonte as a leisure and tourism hubs was laudable, especially with his involvement in the planning of a recreation as well as tourism complex, Pampulha. His readiness and willingness to work with other experts in diverse fields was evident from the beginning.
In this particular undertaking, he invited Alfredo Ceschiatti and Roberto Burle, a prominent sculptor and landscape architect respectively. Through their collaboration, the complex which comprised of three buildings a church, a dance pavilion, and a golf and yacht club was completed in a relatively short period of time. It was a masterpiece. Towards this…… [Read More].
Architectural Masterworks Since Architecture as Cultural and Political Discourse: Yale University Press Underwood, D. Oscar Niemeyer and the Architecture of Brazil.
Architecture Naves During the Middle Ages Architecture Naves During the Middle Ages -- Architectural Analysis Timber Roof From a structural perspective, the basic timber roof possesses some problems, most notably its relatively flimsy structural integrity. It is easy to construct, requiring less manpower to lift it and to construct its support network, but provides relatively little resistance to the elements of snow and the wind.
It is functional in the sense that it performs the sheltering function of shielding the building's inner dwellers, and encloses the building from the open air, but aesthetically is not satisfactory in providing the sense of 'reaching up to the sky' so important in Medieval cathedrals of the era, and of some import in castles and other symbolically significant structures. Longitudinal barrel vault This is the simplest form of a vault, consisting of a continuous surface of semicircular or pointed sections.
It resembles a barrel or tunnel that has been cut…… [Read More]. Architecture Refers to the Design. Open source is different than the similar free software movement because it is based on technical, rather than political motivations. The underlying philosophy of the free software movement is that it is morally wrong to restrict access to source code or prohibit making changes to software. The open source movement is based on the idea that making code public improves its quality because a much larger number of people have the ability to find defects and improve the software.
Linux author Linus Torvalds compares traditional proprietary software to witchcraft, where a few individuals have secret information that gives them an advantage over everyone else.
Torvalds compares open source software to science, in which researchers share their results to allow for independent review of the results. Information Systems Management in Practice 6th Ed. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Architecture Urban Space and Architecture. Ecological urbanism is, as Mostafavi describes it, a "sense of sensibilities' that specifically influence urban design and development in a way that will more effectively address the growing number and diversity of urban community needs.
Ecological urbanism is thus a conscious architectural and design trend that addresses the issues exposed more spontaneously by practices classified as everyday urbanism. Le Parc de la Villette The Parc de la Villette in Paris, France was designed by Bernard Tschumi and constructed in the s and early s, and can in many ways be seen as an early example of the trends of ecological urbanism and even everyday urbanism to various degrees.
Located at the edge of the city on land that was formerly occupied by slaughterhouses and other industrial structures, the park was part of a very deliberately designed urban renewal project meant to provide public space that was culturally relevant and accessible…… [Read More].
Architecture House The Jones House. Adele Weder might have had this renovation in mind, when she described D'Arcy's constructions as being Modernistic, graceful, and well-proportioned.
The lightness of his touch and grace illuminates this dwelling. The Cowboy cabin Set squarely in the woods, the Cowboy cabin is a flat-pack cabin, one-story, well proportioned as all of D'Arcy creations are, and resonating with its landscape and surroundings by the use of scrubbed, unadorned wood. D'Arcy shocks again by shifting the entrance door from its familiar place, and by transforming a tectonic structure into something that is 'light and minimal' and blends into its surroundings.
Totally scorning conspicuousness, the unadorned structure merges light and air in its breadth of light material to portray a modernistic dwelling that focuses on simplicity and primal value and by doing so it becomes one with the wood around it, humbly fitting in and becoming part of its context. Architecture Construction Thermal Isolation Materials. Currently, the cytotoxicity of chrysotile, which is a type of asbestos, as well as Rockwool along with other man-made vitreous fibers MMVFs have been evaluated by cell magnetometry.
This method established cytoskeleton-dependent functions of macrophages, which contribute to a significant role in phagocytosis, and is used to assess the degree of harm caused on macrophages Kudo, Kotani, Tomita and Aizawa, Biological consequences of MMVFs have to be looked at not only at the cell level but also in the lung.
To date there have been no studies done to look at the safety of Rockwool by way of lung magnetometry.
In a study done by Kudo, Kotani, Tomita and Aizawa, , rats were forced to inhale Rockwood a nose-only inhalation exposure system, and then looked at by lung magnetometry, a biopersistence test and pathological examination. The well-being features and safe utilization of mineral wools have been looked at for…… [Read More]. In other words, it is an experience that is emotional and artistic. Some people agree that architecture is the amalgamation of building and art.
However, many do not agree with this opinion Conway and oenisch 9. According to Britannica Encyclopedia, architecture is "the art and technique of designing and building" "architecture" whose practice "is employed to fulfill both practical and expressive requirements, and thus it serves both utilitarian and aesthetic ends" "architecture". Therefore, every society has a spatial connection to the natural world.
The sort of architecture and the produced structures reflects history, culture, environment, traditions, ceremonies, customs and artistic sensibility of a society "architecture".
Buildings keep people warm and dry and are directly involved in the reasonableness and feasibility of living. Architecture of Teotihuacan the City. The other structures of Teotihuacan use the same architectural language in varying forms and to differing scales. Residential buildings stand upon platforms and are arranged around depressed courtyards; palaces follow a pattern of low buildings arranged around columned patios, creating a unified, enclosed form; ceremonial structures use the talus-and-tablero profile and large flat platforms.
The earliest period of construction was the most austere, with little decoration, but later structures - from around a. The architectural influence of Teotihuacan can be seen throughout Central America in the Classic period and later.
The economic importance of the city was echoed in its cultural and religious influence, seen in the wide dissemination of the Feathered Serpent, originating with Teotihuacan's Quetzalcoatl, as a symbol of religious and political authority throughout Mesoamerica.
The basic form of the Teotihuacan temples,…… [Read More]. Architecture School as a Transfer. It has been one of the greatest and most joyous challenges of my current architectural career. I have also worked previously in construction management, experience that will act as an additional aid in coping with the practical demands of my chosen profession.
Unfortunately, my school transcripts do not reflect my level of commitment to the field of architecture, despite the fact that I have been working at architectural firms for more than ten years. After September 11th, I was let go from my job due to the financial pressures placed upon the firm where I was working.
I was forced to terminate my schooling, because of financial reasons. Also, my father was dying of pancreatic cancer and my focus was on my family, not on my own needs and professional aspirations, and my grades are unfortunately reflective of this fact. But now, New York is currently where most of my…… [Read More].
Architecture Public Museums the One building of particular interest is his Yale Center for British Arts. Here, the cylindrical stair tower in the courtyard of the Center introduces an imposing note James, p. In contrast, and indeed according to Khan's ideal, the facades are understated and reserved.
The elevations of the courtyard and galleries adhere to the principle of study, providing a quiet space for students to focus their thoughts and their subdued conversation. As such the courtyard focuses the purpose of the rest of the building.
In the interior, daylight is filtered to a soft hue through skylights, where as the oak and fabric paneled walls as well as chamber music further focuses the atmosphere inward, towards a contemplative and peaceful design. Architecture of Happiness Why Ideals. The men had returned from the war, Americans were buying homes and putting all their energies in to building a nest for the family filled with all sorts of creature comforts.
The female form reflected these comforts: On the other hand, the s and s signaled the rampant winds of change; while some people attribute it primarily to the debut of Twiggy, the skinny supermodel of the era other reasons are relevant to examine as well: Being thin allowed them to comfortably wear clothes like the mini-skirt, which maybe at that time stood for some sort of freedom and self-expression.
Being thin and shedding weight may have given some women the ability to feel better about themselves. Architecture of Boston Is a. Sedate it is definitely not. Its Northern Italian Gothic style adds exotic elements to the neighborhood's skyline. Trinity Church cannot be overlooked when examining the history and architecture of Boston. Trinity church is significant because it "represents a departure of the Boston's mind from its Puritan past, and emergence of American creativity as a force in architecture" iboston.
The churches of Boston are not special to Bostonians. The churches of…… [Read More]. The author of this paper presents a general overview of the book and then narrows the paper's focus to include uskin's claim that free people can only create good architecture.
We are constantly evolving in our societal expectations and acceptance of events. Many times, we realize after the fact that something we did or condoned had a domino effect on the world. Such was the case of architecture, according to author John uskin. In his book The Seven Lamps of Architecture uskin expounds on his belief that the only truly good architecture is made by people who are free uskin, This is a true statement if it is taken in the context of design and not actual implementation of that design.
Before we can…… [Read More]. Street in Columbus, Ohio, the humbly named Broad Street Presbyterian Church was built in , but has had several additional architectural elements added since then, including structural and functional spaces beyond the main apse and nave, ranging from a large north side parking area to the multiple annexes and entryways. The Broad Street Presbyterian Church occupies a relatively large footprint, spanning about four acres of urban land.
On the south side of the street, the Broad Street Presbyterian Church receives an ample amount of sunlight throughout the day, which gleams and glows as it reflects on its flagstone finish.
On its centennial in , the church was formally added to the National Register of Historic Places in spite of its numerous modern additions, solidifying the church in Columbus's urban landscape. In fact, the Broad Street Presbyterian Church shares the street with four other landmark churches in Columbus, all built within…… [Read More].
Architecture of the Alamo in. Some have described this facade as "a showy and impressive piece of Tuscan architecture,' with arched doors surrounded by elaborate floral carvings, twisting columns, and shell-topped niches for statuary" Tarin.
However, I find the facade quite common and uninteresting. I would much prefer to see a more ornate and intricate style, such as the style I employed in my final plans of the Piazza del Campidoglio in ome, which was completed after my death. One expert writes of my work on the Piazza, "[H]e articulated his new ground floor loggia with a lintel instead of the usual arches, supported by Ionic columns.
The bays are divided by an order of colossal Corinthian pilasters that rise through both stories to support a magnificent…… [Read More]. Architecture in NYC an Overview. New manufacturing processes made it possible to produce long beams of solid iron. Essentially, this gave architects a whole new set of building blocks to work with" Harris. The development of elevators also played in the development of skyscrapers, because people could move more quickly and efficiently between floors, which is why skyscrapers are sometimes called "elevator buildings.
Land was at a premium, and so building designers had to find new ways to put more buildings on less land. One solution was for the building to go up, instead of out. Architecture 2a Brief History of. These markets need the categorization of information assets and also the plan of interaction interfaces that conventionally were built up within the organizations.
Nevertheless, as the diversities of the access to information and also functionality of these applications are increasing, the difficulties of the organization of information and also the user interfaces that are possible will also increase. Due to this, the architects of information are becoming increasingly concerned with the vertical application development to design and also to put into practice precise architectures to maintain users and also to develop and increase organically with functionality.
In a number of instances, vertical IAs might principally be cautiously organized, task-based boundaries to customary end-user applications and databases accessed through a Web browser and customized to every purpose, activity and industry.
A common example is the applications of e-commerce which are within commercial Web sites like shopping carts and exact term creation…… [Read More]. Architecture Tutorial -- Lesson Site Structure the. Architecture Tutorial -- Lesson Site Structure The metaphorical allegory of the proposed website for build-to-order tablet PCs will be a functional one, based on the structural aspects of the new device and its customization and configurability to customers' preferences.
Inherent in this site structure is the need to also support a catalog system of enhanced components and accessories. The foundational aspect of a successful e-commerce system is the inclusion of catalog management and content management systems Spiteri, This analysis provides a site structure for the proposed website that will sell build-to-order tablet PCs. Empirical studies have consistently shown that companies who can provide greater flexibility to customers in terms of product and feature customization over time gain greater customer loyalty and the potential for greater profitability Fan, Tsai, The goal of the proposed website is to provide prospective and current customers with the opportunity to customize their tablet…… [Read More].
Architecture Farnsworth House Mies van der ohe was one of the most well-known architects of 20th century. His birth took place in Germany and it was in that he came to United States. Mies van der ohe is commonly known as "Mies" or "Ludwig Mies van der ohe. Farnsworth house is an example of contemporary architecture world. It was in when a doctor of Chicago hired Mies to design a home for her in the country side, which should be around 60 miles away from southwest of Chicago, i.
The doctor's name…… [Read More]. Medieval Architecture Romanesque vs Gothic. Romanesque structures tend to be dark and cave-like on the inside. Arches became pointed, rather than rounded as in Roman structures. Gothic architecture represents an advancement in engineering techniques, as builders found that they could do with thinner materials and that roofs could span greater distances.
The roofs in Gothic architecture was supported by this new form of arch, rather than by the massive walls, as was done in Romanesque architecture "Gothic Architecture," pp.
Gothic architectures indow openings were adorned with either stained glass or the distinctive Gothic Rose indows. Adornments included human figures, animals, scenes of ordinary life, wars, important events, gargoyles and other mythological creatures. Gothic structures were highly ornate when compared to Romanesque Structures. Conclusion Visiting different structures on a trip through Europe can be an exciting adventure. Fear of the Return of Totalitarian Architecture Due to Technological Advancements This paper examines some of the different aspects of the coming worldwide technological totalitarianism and the expanding of it influence.
The argument that this is both a conscious and accidental program of influential individuals and organizations carried out through the procedure of reification of philosophical beliefs which are misshapen into institutions, services, technologies policies and in the end, culture.
Some experts that have explored this topic believe that by pay no attention to the costs of new technologies, what there may be some kind of loss in the bargain and that it can lean so something that is immeasurable and potentially disastrous.
It is obvious that history was not or is not all the way inevitable, however, it is likewise a question of human values in connection to changes that are looked at as being natural.
Although there have…… [Read More]. Poetics of Light in Architecture. It is impossible to have one without the other. The progression of shadows is used to indicate the passage of time in Ando's work. One can watch the progression of shadow across a light piece of concrete and track the passage of time. It can be said that light represents the concept of somethingness and shadow represents the concept of nothingness.
It is the nothingness that humans seek to understand in their spiritual endeavors. The world of somethingness represents the reality that we know in our physical world.
Light allows us to see our world and the things in it. Darkness, however, masks these objects. The objects themselves are still there, only we cannot see them until it is light again.
Shadow represents the human journey into the nothingness of the soul. My father is an architect, the principal in his own company. My mother is a painter and the owner of an interior design firm. Both of my parents' passion for their work inspired me to pursue a career along the same path. Throughout high school and college, I sought personal, academic, and professional means by which to manifest my dreams, such as taking any courses that were relevant to the field.
Because of both school and my parents' presence in my life, professional resources were plentiful for me. I have plenty of visual images imprinted my mind as a result, too. Therefore, my eventual decision to pursue architecture in college naturally stemmed from my early experiences and passion for creativity, form, and function. My first…… [Read More]. Function in Architecture the Arts.
The Turbine Factory and its use of industrial material on a very grand scale is able to evoke feelings of machinery and production and how it changed society, or rather, how it controlled society at that time. Behrens was able to transform architecture by creating designs that reflected the changing culture. Frank Lloyd Wright and Peter Behrens were pioneers in the innovation of functionalism.
While Wright used more organic elements into his design to give the feeling that architecture and nature should go hand-in-hand, Behrens was creating designs out of more industrial materials that reflect the era and the culture of an era. However, both of these architects considered function as the dominating principal of building structures even though they essentially came to their way of designing via different ways of thinking nature and organics vs.
Both Wright and Behrens were innovative designers and architects and their…… [Read More]. Mechanization Architecture Is an Art. In keeping with the functionality and mechanization of the time, Wright used simple materials such as brick, wood and plaster to create a sense of the natural in his work.
M This form is exemplified in the architect's Zimmerman house, which is a long, low house, with an interior space that is not immediately apparent from the outside. While performing the functional purpose of shelter and protection, the interior of the house also focuses on open, shared space; an idea inspired by the prairie fields of the United States. Hence, mechanization and functionality are integrated into the architect's design.
Like Wright, Mies van de ohe is also concerned with maintaining simplicity in the interest of material honesty and structural integrity Matthews, The drive towards this simplicity is also inspired by mechanization, where industrialization has created a faster pace in life, work and art.
Using simple materials provides for the…… [Read More]. Intended Major Art and Architecture Hope to. Art and Architecture hope to major in the discipline of art, gaining my B. In art, and then pursuing a M. In architecture, with the aim of becoming a licensed architect. Art is one of the most demanding and complex of all the humanities subjects.
Studying art demands a precise eye as well as a precise mind and hand. To create art, the individual artist must understand symmetry and beauty. The artist must also know how to use such elements as form and proportion in odd and interesting ways to jar the viewer's consciousness and ways of seeing his or her place in the world.
Genius in art, as with so many things, requires both perspiration and inspiration, with a healthy dose of knowledge, experience, and technical learning as well. An art historian must be able to articulate how an artist accomplishes this feat of combining all of…… [Read More]. Scandinavian Architecture the Evolution of Vernacular.
The Evolution of Vernacular All types of art are normally influenced by both the social and the political factors within a geographical region. These social aspects are reflected in the designs of the time and most of the inspiration that the designers get is from history. In Scandinavia, it is easy to define the style as straightforward. The logic behind the simplicity of this was due to the limited resources which emphasized saving and proper utilization Pile, It is also democratic in the manner that its main intention was to please, the masses.
Architects in Scandinavia share an inherent bond with nature and the natural landscape. It is the intention of this research to research just how the natural landscape is invited into the manmade…… [Read More]. History of Architecture Not Only. An integrated system was used in buildings where columns, pilasters, and entablatures came together as support.
Arches were also used in building churches and other such structures. Semi-circular or segmental vaults were used which were mostly without ribs. In this era domes were not only used in churches but they were also used in building secular structures. Doors and windows usually had square lintels in the buildings of the era. Cravings and decorations also became prominent part of the structures taking their inspiration from the classic structures.
Though Florence was the place where renaissance started but Italy embraced renaissance and effects of classic architecture as opposed to Gothic architecture. The Georgian style became notable in the 18th-century while the 19th century was given over to the classic revival and the Gothic revival.
Conclusions Though our current architecture is derived…… [Read More]. Architect in the Architecture of Today. Materiality is a tool in which should be incorporated into the performative deign, but also allows a design to enhance a form or space and invoke different emotions. Materiality comprise physical properties such as texture roughness or smoothness, details , geometry size, shape, proportion, location in space, and arrangement in relation to other objects , material weight, rigidity, plasticity , energy temperature, moisture , as well as dynamic properties.
Many of these properties are 'dimensions of touch'. Secondly, our interactions with materials are not just 'physical' but they spur our thinking, help us communicate ideas that would be difficult to communicate through words alone, adding an 'experiential' dimension to our action.
As the son of an architect, my exposure to artistic forms and cultural designs began at an early age; my decision to become an architect was of course quite natural. The study of Architectural Engineering at Han Yang University in Seoul, South Korea broadened my knowledge on theory and I soon realized that my perspectives were changing.
When I began working at my father's architectural firm I quickly decided to become a designer and theorist architect instead of an engineer. His curiosity is noted in his sketchbooks dealing with subjects of geology, zoology, anatomy, hydraulics, mechanics and so much Troupes would set up in a busy, common area, sometimes on a platform to be raised above the audience, and sometimes simply on the cobblestone, making it easier to interact with the audience.
Commedia used no elaborate set, unlike other plays at the time, which were classic, stylish and rigorous. It was only in the early 18th century when it was brought to stage. Commedia troupes performed for all social classes, In the Middle Ages, Renaissance art became a huge influence. The idea of expanding civilization and cultural expansions eventually led to humanism beliefs. The moral aspect of this painting shows the shiny gold coins and pearls symbolically representing lust, which has distracted the wife from her devotion of spiritual reading Artist and Humanist, Albrecht Durer is one of the most significant figures in the history f European art outside Italy during the Renaissance Gowing Portraying the questioning spirit of the Renaissance, Durer"s conviction that he must examine and explore his own situation through capturing the very essence of his role as artist and creator, is reflected in the Self-portrait in a Fur Collared Robe Strieder With the portrait, Durer"s highly self-conscious approach to his status as an artist coveys his exalted mission of art more clearly than in any other painting.
He seems to be less concerned with himself as a person than with himself as an artist, and less with the artist than with the origin and exalted Many of you know that the old system of training architects in England, that of pupilage, has been considerably superseded by the school system and that architectural schools have been set up in London and various other cities up and down the country.
Two of these are in Lancashire—at Manchester and Liverpool. Liverpool has, for various reasons, come into the pub Ik eye rather more than Manchester, but Manchester has always refused to be overawed by its powerful neigh- bour and under Professor Dickie, and later under his successor.
Leon Battrsta Alberti exempli tie! Renaissance period was highly influenced by the Roman culture, the Roman orders of columns were applied in the architecture and most building plans and fade were symmetrical. One of the examples which can be brought from Roman times is the Matson-Career.
It is an ancient building located in southern France, and considered to be one of the best preserved Roman temples. The three stepped floor was replaced with a tall platform, and the columns along the sides of the temple were converted to engage columns. Essential Humanities" Units of measurements were based on the human scale and it was in mathematical proportions.
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Rococo Architecture Essays. The French rococo style is one of the longest reigning furniture and decorative arts designs. Even though it was popular in other countries, such as Italy, Germany and Scandinavia, each added their own touches. Gothic architecture and romanesque architecture Gothic Style is the most fascinating and mysterious architectural era the world has seen. These large structures of the 11th through the 16th centuries, that are considered to be of Gothic Style, are simply glorious.