History of Architecture quiz #4 chapt 11-12

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History of Architecture quiz #4 chapt 11-12
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    • Brooklyn Bridge
    • New York
    • 1867-83
    • John and Washington Roebling
    • The Opera
    • Paris
    • 1861-75
    • Charles Garnier
    • The Opera
    • Paris
    • 1861-75
    • Charles Garnier
    • The Opera
    • Paris
    • 1861-75
    • Charles Garnier
    • The Opera
    • Paris
    • 1861-75
    • Charles Garnier
    • The Opera
    • Paris
    • 1861-75
    • Charles Garnier
    • The Opera
    • Paris
    • 1861-75
    • Charles Garnier
    • Theater
    • Bordeaux
    • 1773-80
    • Victor Louis
    • New Lourve
    • Paris
    • 1852-57
    • L.T.J. Visconti and Hector-Martin Lefuel
    • All Saints'
    • Margaret Street, London
    • 1849-59
    • William Butterfield
    • All Saints'
    • Margaret Street, London
    • 1849-59
    • William Butterfield
    • Factory design showing tenuous strength of cast iron even with parts of structure missing
    • c. 1856
    • James Bogardus
    • Stature of Liberty (yup thats a hard one)
    • 1875-86
    • Gustave Eiffel
    • Stature of Liberty (yup thats a hard one)
    • 1875-86
    • Gustave Eiffel
    • Eiffel Tower
    • Paris
    • 1887-89
    • Gustave Eiffel
    • Severa River Bridge
    • Coalbrookdale, England
    • 1779
    • Abraham Darby
    • Thames River project
    • London
    • 1801
    • Thomas Telford
    • St. Paneras Station
    • London
    • 1863-76
    • Euston Railroad Station
    • London
    • 1830's
    • Grand Central Station (its TERMINAL stupid textbook)
    • New York
    • 1903-13
    • Reed and Stem, Warren and Wetmour
    • Grand Central Station (its TERMINAL stupid textbook)
    • New York
    • 1903-13
    • Reed and Stem, Warren and Wetmour
    • Haughtwout Buiding
    • New York
    • 1856
    • John Gaynour
    • Bibliotheque Ste. -Genevieve
    • Paris
    • 1842-50
    • Henri Labrouste
    • Bibliotheque Ste. -Genevieve
    • Paris
    • 1842-50
    • Henri Labrouste
    • Bibliotheque Ste. -Genevieve
    • Paris
    • 1842-50
    • Henri Labrouste
    • Bibliotheque Nationale
    • Paris
    • 1858-68
    • Henri Labrouste
    • Crystal Palace
    • London
    • 1851
    • Joseph Paxton
    • Crystal Palace
    • London
    • 1851
    • Joseph Paxton
    • Comparison of cars and temples, emphazizing their formal resemblances and parallel evoutions
    • Vera une Architecture
    • 1923
    • Le Corbusier
    • Example of modern structure, using iron, based on "Gothic" principles
    • 1863-72
    • E.E. Viollet-le-Duc
    • Concert hall for 3000
    • 1863-72
    • E.E. Viollet-le-Duc
    • Leyswood
    • Sussex, England
    • 1863-69
    • Norman Shaw
    • Shaw's House
    • Hampsted, England
    • 1874-76
    • Norman Shaw
    • Trinity Church
    • Boston
    • 1873-77
    • Henry Robson Richardson
    • Marshall Field Store
    • Chicago
    • 1885-87
    • Henry Robson Richardson
    • Monadnock Building
    • Chicago
    • 1889-91
    • Burnham and Root
    • Fair Store under construction
    • Chicago
    • 1890-91
    • William Le Baron Jenney
    • Reliance Building
    • Chicago
    • 1894-95
    • Daniel Burnham and Company
    • Walker Warehouse
    • Chicago
    • 1888-89
    • Adler and Sullivan
    • Cast iron ornament Schlesinger and Meyer Store
    • Chicago
    • 1899-1904
    • Louis H. Sullivan
    • Wainwright Building
    • St. Louis
    • 1890-91
    • Louis H. Sullivan

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