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  1. Grand central station train shed;
    • Engineer Isaac Buckout. New York.1869-71
    • vast barrel vaulted space 600 ft long.

    -roofed by arched iron trusses spanning 200 feet.

    -carrying relatively light sheet iron and glass roof.

    Evident split between architecture and structure.
  2. Rokkery BUilding
    • BUrnham and ROot, Chicago 1884-86
    • thin structural piers

    -metal frame structure

    -masonry clading

    -arched entrance

    -many windows
  3. Farnsworth
    house,
    • MiesVan der Rohe, plan Illinois, 1945-50
    • -open plan

    -fast assembly

    -simplistic

    -large windows

    -steel is visible and highly detailed finish

    -frame the landscape,

    -Minimal disturbance of landscape
  4. First
    Herbert Jacobs House
    , Madison, Wisconsin, 1936 ; Frank Lloyd Wright

    -designed to be inexpensive

    -Private landscape at the rear of the house

    -Usuonian house

    • -L- shape kitchen, carport, and bath clustered around a masonry utility
    • core.

    -stripped of unnecessary elements through technical innovation.

    -Concrete slab that incorporated pipes to provide radiant heat.

    -cheap and for everyone

    • -Reduction of cutting and fitting
    • of materials.
  5. Villa
    Contemporaine
    • Le
    • Corbusier, Villa Contemporaine,1923

    • -high
    • density city while still introducing vast amounts of nature to it improving
    • quality of life.

    • -City
    • building grid with large open spaces

    Similar to central park in NY

    • -Dense with
    • city life

    -large towers for mass housing
  6. Village
    Green
    • , Los
    • Angeles 1942; Clarence Stein; Reginald Johnson

    -Modern Movement

    • -3 main
    • green spaces with largest being the central one.

    • -Many
    • different types of trees

    • -Family
    • homes

    -later removed all children

    • -garden city
    • style

    • -one of first
    • developments designed with requirements of car owners in mind
  7. Frederick
    Robie House
    • , Chicago,
    • 1908-09; Frank Lloyd Wright

    • -moves away
    • from classical norm

    • -traditional
    • house

    • -lots of
    • glass and abstraction of nature

    • -notion of
    • control within the design

    -masonry

    • -furniture
    • is designed
  8. ,
    National Farmers Bank
    • Louis
    • Sullivan, National Farmers Bank, Owatona, MN, 1907-08

    • -switch from
    • classical style to modern

    • -masonry
    • cladding

    -safe

    -strong

    • -lots of
    • ornament

    • -two large
    • arches

    • -Two stain glass
    • windows
  9. Worlds
    Columbian exposition
    • Chicago,
    • 1893, Daniel Burnham

    • -Harmonious
    • architecture that contrast the industrial city of Chicago

    • -organized
    • plan

    • -Site
    • selected for its lake

    • -unity
    • between design of all the buildings

    • -comprehensive
    • examination of the region

    • -goal was to
    • integrate the interalted transportation, industrial, and commercial networks
    • for the greatest efficiency

    • -make the city
    • physically and artistically and culturally a better place to live.
  10. David
    B Gamble
    • Greene and Greene,
    • David B Gamble, Pasadena 1908

    • -outdoor
    • space as important as interior

    -sleeping porches

    • -planting
    • areas

    • -brick
    • pavement

    -lots shade
  11. Sea
    Ranch
    • Moore,
    • Lyndon, turnbull, Whitaker. Sonoma County, CA 1964

    • -communal
    • unity and privacy

    • -groups of
    • shed-roof pavilions

    • -rough
    • siding

    • -rough
    • finishes

    • -winds taken
    • into account to arrange decks and balconies to divert winds
  12. Thorn
    crown chapel
    • E Faye
    • Jones, Eureka Springs, Arkansas, 1980

    -all wood

    • -all pieces
    • carried by hand

    • -light
    • building

    • -blends into environment; looks as if it is one
    • with the trees(autumn
  13. Piazza
    d italia
    • , Charles
    • Moore, New Orleans, 1978

    • -bits and
    • pieces of classivcal detail rendered in stainless steel

    • -flamboyant
    • architecture

    -ironic classicism

    • -Fountain
    • patterned after moores own face
  14. Venturi
    • Chestnut
    • Hill PA, 1962; Robert Venturi

    • -ironic
    • classist

    • -semi
    • logical motivated approach

    -architecture as built jokes

    • -abstracted
    • references to traditional colonial Philadelphia houses

    • -unexpected
    • angles of walls and integration of spaces blending together

    • -windows
    • change in shape and size according to function within
  15. San
    Juan Capistrano Public Library
    • , San Juan
    • Capistrano, CA. 1981; Michael Grave

    • -Mediterranean
    • tradition of san juan Capistrano

    • -adheres to
    • indigenous Spanish mission style

    • -smooth
    • stucco wall surface

    • -Arranged
    • entry stacks and reading rooms around central court as found in mexico and
    • spain

    • -bold
    • overskilled geometric masses.
  16. Falling
    Water
    • , Bearun
    • Creek, PA, 1935; Frank Lloyd Wright

    • -integration
    • of space, form, structure, mechanical and site

    -organic

    • -grows from
    • rock

    • -warm and
    • human

    • -direct
    • interaction with nature
  17. Baker
    house
    • , Alvar
    • Aalto, MIT, Cambridge, Massachusetts 1947

    • -response to
    • Charles river

    • -brick
    • common to boston/new England

    • -cantilevers
    • on stairs on campus side
  18. TWA
    terminal
    • , Eero
    • Saarinen, JFK airport NY 1962

    • -theme was
    • motion and excitement

    • - two
    • soaring shells and rotated.

    • -complex
    • appearance, level changes are made easy by curving all lines

    • -integration
    • of structural and sculpture form

    -sculpture

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