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Architecture Time Period Tanner Karp 10000 BC-3001 BC Neolithic Architecture Neolithic architecture was said to have started in southwest Asia. Used mud-brick to build house and villages. Houses were plastered and painted with pictures of animals.

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10000 BC-3001 BC

Neolithic Architecture

  • Neolithic architecture was said to have started in southwest Asia.

  • Used mud-brick to build house and villages.

  • Houses were plastered and painted with pictures of animals.

  • A great example would be Stonehenge which is in England.


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3000 BC- 299 AD

Ancient Architecture

  • Ancient Egypt- They still used mud-brick but they also used limestone. Example- Great Pyramid of Khufu

  • Ancient Greece- Three types of architecture was Doric, Ionic, and Corinthian. Example- Parthenon

  • Ancient Rome- Created the Coliseum and the Aqueducts. Example- Roman Colosseum


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300AD - 1300s

Medieval Architecture

  • In medieval architecture there were three main phases of the architecture.

  • The three phases of architecture were Pre-Romanesque, Romanesque, and Gothic.

  • Pre- Romanesque led up to Romanesque which they use slightly pointed arches, and barrel vaults in their architecture. Gothic used pointed arches, and ribbed vaults.

  • An example would be the Tower of London.


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1300s - 1500s

Renaissance Architecture

  • Renaissance architecture used symmetry, proportion, and geometry.

  • They used orderly arrangements of columns, pilasters, and lintels.

  • Instead of a flat roof, in renaissance architecture they came up with the dome. They also created semicircular arches.

  • An example would be Chateau de fontainebleau in France.


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Thank You!!!

  • Resources

  • www.Wikipedia.com

  • www.greatbuildings.com

  • www.ask.com


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1600s

Baroque Architecture

  • This architectural style had concern for color, light, and shade.

  • This style triedto show the wealth and power of the church.

  • To get light into the building they used several windows to bring in sunlight.

  • An example would be the Pantheon in Paris.


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1700 - 1800s

Neo-Classical

  • In Neo-classical architecture they used many visuals and decorations.

  • Neo-classical architecture was mostly used in public buildings like museums, libraries, and academies.

  • An example would be the white house in Washington D.C.


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1890s - 1910

Early Modern Architecture

  • During this architectural period craftsman homes became much more popular.

  • An example of this architecture is the Einstein Tower in Potsdam, Germany.


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1910 - 1950

Modern Architecture

  • This architecture type became popular after World War 2.

  • No decorations on the buildings. It was just a plain old building with no statues, cool designs, etc.

  • An example would be the A.I.A. Headquarters in Washington D.C.


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1950 - 1980s

Post Modern Architecture

  • Modern architecture had non-orthogonal angles, and unusual surfaces.

  • There still is no use in ornaments, statues, art, cool designs, etc.

  • An example of this architecture would be the Vanna Venturi House in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.


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1980s - Today

Deconstructive Architecture

  • Deconstructive comes in all shapes and sizes. Circular, rectangular, triangular, etc.

  • A type of this is blobitechture. The buildings just look like big blobs.

  • An example in the background is the Wexner Center in Columbus, Ohio.


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