ARC 2 Quiz 3

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  1. Mansart Roof
    • -Traits of the mansard roof:
    • :steep sides
    • :double pitch

  2. Rococo
    • Developed in the early 18th century as a reaction against the grandeur, symmetry, and strict regulations of the Baroque.
    • -Feminine and fantasy-like
    • -Use of curves and non geometric shapes
  3. Imperial Plan Stairs
    • Double-return stairs
  4. Salon de la Princesse
    • 1737 Boffrand France
    • -Birthplace of Rococo
    • -Highly decorative
  5. A Plan of Civil and Historical Architecture
    • Fischer von Erlach 1721
    • -Book on architectural styles
    • -Included exotic buildings
    • -Intended to inspire artists/architects
  6. Karlskirche
    • Vienna, 1696, Fischer von Erlach
    • -Built to fulfill a vow to a patron saint
  7. Church of Vierzehnheiligen
    • North Franconia, Germany. 1743 Neumann
    • -Church of the 14 saints
    • -Pilgrimage church
    • -Verticality
    • -Heart shaped central chapel in center
  8. Spire/Steeple
  9. Anglo-Palladianism
    • A style of architecture derived from and inspired by the designs of the Venetian architect Andrea Palladio.
    • -Originated in England. Followers of Palladio and his books on architecture
  10. Banqueting Hall
    • London, 1619, Indigo Jones
    • -Palladian elements
    • -Italian influence
    • -Reflects protestant ideas
  11. St. Paul's Cathedral
    • London, 1663, Christopher Wren
    • -Church that had been built and rebuilt due to fire
    • -Completely destroyed after London fire
    • -Wren tasked to rebuild
    • -Merge of latin cross and a large choir
    • -Triple shell dome
    • -Chains and steeple on top to hold up dome
    • -Exterior hides flying buttresses
    • -Entrance facade has 2 stories of columns
  12. St. Martin's in the Fields
    • London, 1721, James Gibbs
    • -Influential in post-colonial architecture
    • -Long nave that got shortened
    • -Palladian-esque large window in back
    • -Decorated roof
    • -Large steeple

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