Code: 129DAR1 Development of Architecture 1
Lecturer: doc. Ing. arch. Radomíra Sedláková CSc. Weekly load: 2P Completion: EX
Department: 11129 Credits: 3 Semester: W,S
Lectures are covering the development of the concept of ancient architecture (layout, spatial and structural), style and composition im different territories - Egypt, Grecce, Rome at the end in Western Europe and its newly etablished states. Detailed analysis of selected monuments important for development of architecture within periods of interest is part of the lectures. Relations between society and architecture.
Recommended literature:
(1)Trachtenberg M., Hyman I. : Architecture from prehistory to postmodern, H. N. Abrams, Inc. publisher, The Netherlands, 1986
(2)Nuttgens P.: The Story of Architecture, Phaidon, London, 1983, 1985 and later
(3)Watkin D.: A History of Western Architecture, Laurence King Publisher, 1986, 1992, 1996
(4) Stierlin H.: The Roman Empire, Taschen, Köln, 1996
development of architecture, antiquity, layout, monuments, construction, space, architectural style

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