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Archi

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Colene Cabaliza

on 2 October 2011

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Transcript of Archi

History of Architecture
Prehistoric
Ancient Egypt
Classical
precise rules
use of mathematical principles
Medieval to Romanesque
rectangular
basilica forms
round or slightly pointed arches
barrel vaults
cruciform piers supporting vaults
Gothic
pointed arches
ribbed vaulting
flying buttresses
elaborate sculptures
stained glass windows
Renaissance
highly symmetrical and
carefully proportioned structures
Baroque
irregular shapes
extravagant ornamentation
Rococo
graceful white buildings with sweeping curves
softer and more graceful
compared to Baroque
Neoclassical
inspired by classical architecture
Symmetrical shape
Tall columns
Neo-Gothic
medieval Gothic ideas were
applied to modern skyscrapers.
20th Century Architecture
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