Bachelor of Architecture

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  • Analysis Of Sigfried Giedion's Bauen In Eisenbeton

    and its impact became prominently featured during the time of the Industrial Revolution in the 1800’s. These ‘historicizing masks’ were employed, obscuring many fields of intellectual thought, like architecture. At this time, there began an innovative development, what later titled as ‘new architecture,’ and would only become apparent by the architects of the twentieth century that continued the already existing trend established the century prior. In the introduction, the progression from…

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  • Modern Architecture In America

    readings, the essay also covered the similarities of modern architecture in America influencing the modernism trend around the globe and different purposes of modernism presented in the readings.…

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  • Rickley Cottage Case Study

    The purpose of this project is to develop an outline for the construction process necessary to complete the remodeling of the Rickley cottage. The outline will provide information of essential resources, a schedule of the project consisting of deliverables and tasks. The outline will guide contractors through the remodeling of the Rickley cottage. This will make sure the project is completed on time, on budget and to the satisfaction of our client. The project will include gathering information…

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  • Venturi: Complexity And Contradiction In Architecture

    idea of how architecture promotes complexity and refers to it as an art. The art is in the process of construction and thinking when it comes to designing. He also expressed how he is against rationalization and rejecting complexity in architecture. I think he points out an interesting view when he says "I am for messy vitality over obvious unity", what I understand and find interesting about this is the idea of preferring the non-obvious over the simple, straightforward architecture. In my…

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  • Albert Speer: Architectural Grandeur

    Grandeur in architecture is depicted through an expansive knowledge of the Greek and Roman architecture. This architectural ideology explores the impact architecture has on the attitude, memory and the psychology of those who experience it. People attach importance and interpret physical existence of the built environment with reference to earlier encounters: the earlier existence of grandeur in architecture left an imprint on the conception of scale and location of works of architecture. In…

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  • Colonialism Influence On Modernity

    Bozdogan commends history and culture and its important role in influencing modern architecture. However Bozdogan also expresses the postcolonial criticism of modernity being wrongfully overpowering over its historical and cultural importance. Similarly to Bozdogan, John M. Mackenzie looks at colonialism on a global scale looking more broadly at orientalism and the cultural influences that inform modernist design and architecture. In “This Grand Object: Building Towns in Indigenous spaces,…

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  • The Importance Of Underground Space

    between restraint and presence, between leaving forms untouched and creating shapes, between what has always existed and what has been made by man. These different aspects of underground space from different times could be related to the present architecture and infrastructure built in the underground, also future underground urban…

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  • Importance Of Zoning Codes In Building Heights

    Zoning codes attempt to achieve the planning objectives through control of land use , building heights, lot or building area and the population density . Zoning codes in land use determine the type of occupancy permitted in each zone for example :- residential areas, industrial areas business, commercial areas ,recreational areas and educational areas. There are different colors that is used in land use maps .The yellow color for residential areas . The red color for commercial areas . The…

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  • Passive House Case Study

    2. Content 2.1 Different types of Passive house Construction The images below show some of the various different wall constructions that are often used to build a Passive house. Figure 2.1: different types of wall construction used to build passive houses which should give the desired U-value of 0.15W/m2K or less Some of these options would be more structurally sound compared to others. Some of the above options may be used that can often make a passive build cheaper than a conventional…

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  • Mango House Analysis

    form reflects an azonic flow of spaces across both levels without losing proportion in design. A majestically suspended steel staircase and its dominance of the interiors is the raison d'être of the house. The testament to the tactile nature of architecture is that the birds, and butterflies that inhabited the plot, can be seen flying in front of the house, perching on the railings, using the house pretty much as another prop which is the…

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