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Art Deco Stained Glass in the Philippines

A presentation for my ID 231 class under Mrs. Gaille Vergara of UP-CTID, College of Home Economics.
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Andrea Amador

on 16 October 2012

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Transcript of Art Deco Stained Glass in the Philippines

ART DECO STAINED GLASS
IN THE PHILIPPINES Andrea R.N. Amador
2011-79758 ID 231 | Interior Design Technology
UP College of Home Economics- CTID
AY 2012-2013 Second Semester
October 2012 American Colonial Modernism in the Philippines INTRODUCTION Pre-Colonial Spanish Colonial American Colonial Post-War ART DECO NEO-CLASSICISM VERNACULAR TRANSITION (Spanish+American) MODERN VERNACULARIZATION Tropical as Modern DEVELOPMENT OF ARCHITECTURAL VOCABULARY These are translucent glass shards cut into a desired shape. It was often done as a mosaic during its early years but has changed its configurations as it moved from ecclesiastical to secular use. Color is introduced into the mixture of heated silica sand, alkaline salts and soda with the use of different metals at varying temperatures.
(Ching, 2012) WHAT IS STAINED GLASS? WWII WWI INNOVATION TRADITION PEOPLE TRADITION AS A BASE OF History Unique experiences of Theoretical Framework Historiography can become a site of empowerment by re-inscribing these invisible identities within historical narratives.
(Cabalfin, 2006) 1.To be able to relate Art Deco with modernism during the American Colonial Period in the Philippines.

2.To highlight the use of Stained Glass in the Philippines rendered for Filipino built environment.

3.And finally, to establish that Art Deco in the Philippines is made unique with the help of Filipino configurations in stained glass. OBJECTIVES WESTERN MODEL OF ART DECO Exposition Internationale des Arts Decoratifs et Industriels Modernes. America (cc) photo by theaucitron on Flickr (cc) photo by theaucitron on Flickr Paris World Exhibition 1925 Where Art Deco really took off Philippines A unique expression of Art Deco took place Pensionados It influenced the movement in decorative arts with its sleek, exotic and modern feel. ART DECO PROFILE Prevailing Concepts:
Cubism
Bauhaus
De Stijl
Primitivism Popular Motifs all done in simplified and cubistic geometry.
frozen fountain
sunburst rays
floral and botanical motifs Machine
Age Eclectic and Classical Deco during the 1920s
Zigzag Moderne before the 1929
Streamlined Moderne of the 1930s CATEGORIES OF ART DECO IN THE PHILIPPINES HOW WAS IT USED IN THE PHILIPPINES during the Art Deco Period? Stained glass was used as a means to define the unique Filipino expression of Art Deco. Filipino
Art Deco Exotic Geometric Inspired by nature Ecclectic and Classical Deco Zigzag Moderne Streamlined Moderne Tomas Mapua Residence Samson-Montinola Mansion Sariyaya House Metropolitan Theater Crystal Arcade Far Eastern University Stained glass used near the staircase features geometricized flowers and foliage patterns.
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