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03_ARC 103 Week 3_Parti and Defining Spaces

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Spanish Steps
,
Rome Italy (1723–1725)
Lincoln Memorial
,
Washington D.C. (1914–1922)
Richard Morris Hunt
, The Metropolitan Museum of Art,
New York, NY (staris and facade rennovations 1902)
Piazza della Signoria and Loggia
, Florence, Italy (1376 -1382)
Piazza San Marco
, Venice, Italy
Jerde Partnership,
Horton Plaza
,
San Diego Ca, (1985)
Ludwig Mies van der Rohe,
Barcelona Pavillion, Barcelona, Spain (1929)
Louis Kahn,
Trenton Bath House, Ewing Township, New Jersey (1955)
Impluvium/ Compluvium,
Roman Domestic Architecture
Smith College Quad,
Northhampton MA
Maya Lin,
Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Washington D.C. (1982)
Peter Eisenman,
Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, Berlin, Germany (2004)
Michael Arad,
National September 11 Memorial & Museum, New York (2014)
The Jerde Partnership,
Beursplein Shopping Street, Rotterdam (1996)
Tadao Ando,
Vitra Conference Center, Weil am Rhein, Germany (1993)
Alberto Campo Baeza,
Guerrero House, Cadiz,Spain (2005)
Ludwig Mies van der Rohe,
Barcelona Pavillion, Barcelona, Spain (1929)
Aldo Van Eyck,
Sonsbeek Pavillion, Arnhem, Netherlands (1966)
Alberto Campo Baeza,
Rufo House, Toledo, Spain (2009)
Ludwig Mies van der Rohe,
Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin,Germany (1968)
SANAA (Sejima and Nishizawa and Associates), Serpentine Gallery Pavillion
, London, UK (2009)
Luis Barragan,
House and Studio, Mexico,Mexico City (1947)
John Pawson,
Neuendorf House, Mallorca, Spain (1989)
New Haven Green,
New Haven, Conneticut
From Rudolf Wittkower's
Architectural Principles in the Age of Humanism
Andrea Palladio's Villas
From Rudolf Wittkower's
Architectural Principles in the Age of Humanism
Andrea Palladio's Villas
Le Corbusier
, Villa Stein-de Monzie,
1927
Andrea Palladio
, Villa Foscari,
1560
Ludwig Mies Van Der Rohe
,
Villa Tugendhat, 1928
Ludwig Mies Van Der Rohe
,
Villa Tugendhat, 1928
Ludwig Mies Van Der Rohe
,
Villa Tugendhat, 1928
courtyards buildings in blocks, Madrid, Spain
courtyards: closed
Giorgio Vasari,
Uffizi Gallery, Florence, Italy

Rudolf Schindler - Schindler
House, West Hollywood, CA, 1922

Sou Fujimoto,
Children’s Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation
,
Hokkaido, Japan
Sou Fujimoto,
Children’s Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation
,
Hokkaido, Japan
Frank Gehry,
Schnabel House, Brentwood , CA
Glenn Murcutt
, Boyd Education Centre, 'Riversdale', West Cambewarra, New South Wales, 1999
Alvar Aalto,
Baker House, MIT, Cambridge, MA, 1946
courtyards: "c's" or "u's" one side open
The term "parti pris," usually shortened to "parti," literally translates as "departure point," but in architect lingo it most often refers to the project design's big idea. It signifies an architect's overall guiding idea for a design.
courtyards: "L's" two sides open
clusters
clusters w/ hierarchy

linear

linear

Le Corbusier's Weissenhof Estate,
Stuttgart, Germany, 1927

living area

dining area

kitchen


bedrooms

restrooms


house staff areas



Garage


pool/water

special room

outdoor
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