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Art Studies 170; Philippine Architecture

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Joangela (Chunsa/Jyoanu)

on 8 September 2012

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Transcript of Art Studies 170; Philippine Architecture

ARCHI T ECTURE Philippine * FIVE PRINCIPLES Energy Efficiency. must have reduced dependence on electricity for its basic needs Capitalist MODE OF PRODUCTION * ANCIENT TAGALA-MALAY ARCHITECTURE * Heritage of Smallness bamboo and wood thatched with grass or palm leaves or nipa house was raised on wooden posts or stilts about six feet above the ground, and with an open roofless verandah extending on the whole front of the house *Tropical Geography and Green Architecture okir were carved on posts, beams, doorways, fascias and others Indoor Air Quality. Usage of “Green” Materials. must consider the use of material that will not waste energy in its production, transport and use in construction Green Building Systems. must seek to monitor and reduce power consumption, water use, temperature, air quality, etc. Good Design. Vernacular Functionalism form follows function *1920s Modern Architecture functional simple, clear (no unnecessary details) visual expression of "a structure" expresses the true nature/natural
appearance of a material rather than concealing or altering it into something
else INTERNATIONAL STYLE MODERNISM * * * * ARCHITECTURE MALLS intrinsically a socially inclined infrastructure Architecture THE GREEN LIFESTYLE Pluralism TRINOMA EXTERIOR Hanging Gardens of Babylon INTERIOR Filipino sense of belongingness mixture of cultures GLOBAL CITY Fort Bonifacio Main Street, U.S.A. THE GROVE, Los Angeles DIRECTEDPEDESTRIAN SOCIO-ECONOMIC ISSUES Mandaluyong SHANGRI LA MALL (MRT TERMINAL) 5th Floor structures made by empirical builders without the intervention of professional artists may include aboriginal, indigenous, folk, rural, ethnic, and "anonymous" architecture * TOROGAN HOUSE TAUSUG HOUSE (detail) Renaissance OFPHILIPPINEVERNACULAR architecture FLOW SOCIALCASTE SYSTEM SM MALLS GREEN CARTOGRAPHIESOF POWERINARCHITECTURE FOREIGN ARCHITECTS "Foreign is better" mindset * Third Street Promenade SANTA MONICA, CALI ROCKWELL CENTER EASTWOOD CITY PARK CITYBEAUTIFUL urban plan for Manila and Baguio in the image of Washington, DC NEOCLASSICISM *pillars
*columns
*high ceilings
*large windows
*stairs MANILA POST OFFICE PHILIPPINE GENERAL HOSPITAL * CCPCOMPLEX Francisco Mañosa NEOVERNACULAR PHILIPPINEARCHITECTURE Noted for his passion to put art elements that can speak of the Filipino idealism, culture,and tradition ICONIC WORKS TAHANANG FILIPINO (THE COCONUT PLACE) SANMIGUEL CORPORATIONBLDG. (With Ildefonso Santos, Jr.) INTAMUROSVSEXTRAMUROS
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