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  1. A History of Architecture: Settings and Rituals by Spiro Kostof, 1995-08-31
  2. A World History of Architecture by Michael Fazio, Marian Moffett, et all 2008-02-04
  3. A History of Western Architecture by David Watkin, 2010-06-09
  4. Understanding Architecture: Its Elements, History, And Meaning (Icon Editions) by Leland Roth, 2006-07-26
  5. Chinese Architecture: A Pictorial History (Dover Books on Architecture) by Liang Ssu-ch'eng, 2005-03-24
  6. The House of God: Church Architecture, Style and History by Edward Norman, 2005-05
  7. A Global History of Architecture by Francis D. K. Ching Series Advisor, Mark M. Jarzombek, et all 2010-12-14
  8. Architecture: World's Greatest Buildings, History and Styles, Architects (EYEWITNESS COMPANION GUIDES) by Jonathan Glancey, 2006-04-17
  9. Modern Architecture: A Critical History (Fourth Edition)(World of Art) by Kenneth Frampton, 2007-09-30
  10. Architecture: From Pre-history to Postmodernism by Marvin Trachtenberg, Isabelle Hyman, 2003-04-23
  11. Architecture: A World History by Daniel Borden, Jerzy Elzanowski, et all 2008-05-01
  12. Morningside Heights: A History of Its Architecture and Development by Andrew S. Dolkart, 2001-06-15
  13. Modern Architecture: A Critical History (World of Art) by Kenneth Frampton, 1992-05
  14. Sir Banister Fletcher's A History of Architecture. ( Twentieth Edition )

1. A History Of Architecture
A history of architecture is a record of man's efforts to build beautifully. The erection of structures devoid of beauty is mere building, a trade and not an art.
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var TlxPgNm='index'; A History of Architecture Art Canyon Modern Art in America Art and Beauty Modern Painting ... Our RSS Feed A history of architecture is a record of man's efforts to build beautifully. The erection of structures devoid of beauty is mere building, a trade and not an art. Edifices in which strength and stability alone are sought, and in designing which only utilitarian considerations have been followed, are properly works of engineering. Only when the idea of beauty is added to that of use does a structure take its place among works of architecture. We may, then, define architecture as the art which seeks to harmonize in a building the requirements of utility and of beauty. It is the most useful of the fine arts and the noblest of the useful arts. It touches the life of man at every point. It is concerned not only in sheltering his person and ministering to his comfort, but also in providing him with places for worship, amusement, and business; with tombs, memorials, embellishments for his cities, and other structures for the varied needs of a complex civilization. It engages the services of a larger portion of the community and involves greater outlays of money than any other occupation except agriculture. Everyone at some point comes in contact with the work of the architect, and from this universal contact architecture derives its significance as an index of the civilization of an age, a race, or a people. It is the function of the historian of architecture to trace the origin, growth, and decline of the architectural styles which have prevailed in different lands and ages, and to show how they have reflected, the great movements of civilization. The migrations, the conquests, the commercial, social, and religious changes among different peoples have all manifested themselves in the changes of their architecture, and it is the historian's function to show this. It is also his function to explain the principles of the styles, their characteristic forms and decoration, and to describe the great masterpieces of each style and period.

2. Architecture History
Streets of Islamic Cairo A Configuration of Urban Themes and Patterns, Artists and Writers Colonies Retreats, Residencies, and Respites for the Creative Mind, Cathedrals and
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4. History Of Architecture - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
The history of architecture traces the changes in the history of architecture through various countries and dates.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search This article describes the history of building types and styles — what things were built. See History of construction for the history of construction tools and techniques — how things were built. The history of architecture traces the changes in the history of architecture through various countries and dates.
Excavated dwellings at Skara Brae Neolithic architecture is the architecture of the Neolithic period. In Southwest Asia, Neolithic cultures appear soon after 10000 BC, initially in the Levant Pre-Pottery Neolithic A and Pre-Pottery Neolithic B ) and from there spread eastwards and westwards There are early Neolithic cultures in Southeast Anatolia, Syria and Iraq by 8000 BC, and food-producing societies first appear in southeast Europe by 7000 BC, and Central Europe by c. 5500 BC (of which the earliest cultural complexes include the Starčevo-Koros (Cris) Linearbandkeramic , and Vinča ). With very small exceptions (a few copper hatchets and spear heads in the Great Lakes region), the people of the

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6. ::: Cities And Buildings Database :::
A searchable photographic database of buildings from around the world and across the ages, designed by the University of Washington s Architecture, History and Art History Departments.
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7. Architecture Timeline - Time Line Of Periods And Styles In Architecture
See More About architecture history; ancient architecture; victorian architecture; historic houses
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    Explore architecture through the ages By Jackie Craven , About.com Guide
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    zSB(3,3) This page provides a quick history of architecture in the Western world, from prehistoric megaliths to modernist skyscrapers. Follow the links to find articles and photos for each period and style. Please note that architecture is a fluid art. Architectural styles do not start and stop at precise times, and the dates listed here are approximate. Architecture in Prehistoric Times
    Before recorded history, humans constructed stone circles, megaliths, and other structures. Ancient Egypt
    3,050 BC to 900 BC
    In ancient Egypt, powerful rulers constructed monumental pyramids, temples, and shrines. Classical
    850 BC to 476 AD
    From the rise of ancient Greece until the fall of the Roman empire, great buildings were constructed according to precise rules.

    8. Connecticut College - Architectural Studies
    Offers architectural history. Gives the aims and objectives of the college and information on its courses, students, faculty members, alumni.
    http://www.conncoll.edu/academics/departments/arch_studies/

    9. Periods And Styles - History Of Architecture
    Architecture History Timeline. A quick history of architecture in the Western world, from prehistoric megaliths
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    From Prehistoric to Post-modern, this page by Jackie Craven will take you on a century-by-century tour through architectural history, with articles, photos and resources. Find ancient monuments, modern skyscrapers, and also an photo guide of favorite house styles.
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    What do we mean when we say "style"? Why do we call some houses "Cape Cod" and others "Bungalow"? Is "Victorian" a style? Do some buildings have "no style"? If you've ever tried to define the style of your own home, you know that "Style" is a vague and confusing term. Here are tips on how to recognize what style is... and is not. zSB(3,3)
    What Style Is It?
    You may find it difficult to describe the architectural style of the houses and buildings you see. Here's why, with tips and resources.
    Architecture History Timeline
    A quick history of architecture in the Western world, from prehistoric megaliths to modernist skyscrapers, with facts and photos for each period and style.

    10. French Colonial Architecture History - Life123
    French Colonial architecture has become one of the most desirable in the United States.
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    11. Moscow Lomonosov State University. History. Departments
    Departments of Russian History of Art and General History of Art offer some architectural history. English language outline of course content.
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    Departments of the Faculty of History The Faculty of History at Moscow State University is divided into fourteen departments. Each department is made up of faculty members whose academic specializations, research interests and expertise correspond to specific periods, geographic regions, socio-cultural phenomenon, or sub-disciplines of historical science. Owing to the fact that each department functions as an independent academic unit under the administration of the Faculty of History, course and degree requirements may vary according to specialization.
    Russian History to the beginning of the 19th Century
    History of Social Movements and Political Parties in Russia Russian History of the 19th and early 20th Centuries Southern and Western Slavic History ... Modern and Contemporary History of European and American Countries Historical Information Science Church History History of the Near Abroad States Additionally, the Department of History houses two departments devoted to language education. All students of the History Faculty are required to meet minimum standards of language proficiency in both modern and ancient languages.

    12. Architecture History | ArchitectureCourses.org
    History of Architecture, a complete set of courses about the history of architecture from ancient and medieval time to modern time.
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          Almost no part of the world has not been touched by human intervention. Although one might argue that practicing Architects these days generally need no very specific and detailed knowledge of architecture in the past, still the goal of theses courses is to provide architects and architecture students with a broad general exposure to the visual culture of architecture as manifestations of culture in a historical context. Therefore these courses survey, chronologically and thematically, a number of theoretical issues, technologies and social changes that have intersected with, influenced or been interpreted by architecture and related practices concerned with the built environment. These courses should increase your awareness of how Architecture involves not only technology and visual design, but in ours as in all past ages can also be understood as Ideas in Three-Dimensional Form. Understanding of the critical design factors can indeed be better explained if introduced through the historical context, perception, communication and meaning of architecture. The following courses showcase differing architecture and it is up to the student to learn from these ancient designers and professionals, both through the eyes of the professors and the writers and through their own eyes.

    13. Hospital Architecture - History Books
    Hospital Architecture History Books. Discount prices on, Dawny Szpital Wszystkich Swietych Das Ehemalige Krankenhospital Zu Allerheiligen, Dawny Szpital Wszystkich Swietych
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    14. Architecture Building And Planning : The University Of Melbourne
    Offers postgraduate programs in architectural history and conservation.
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    15. Architecture & History | The Egg
    The construction of The Egg began in 1966 and was completed twelve years later in 1978. The Egg was designed by Wallace Harrison for all the people of New York State and to
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    The construction of The Egg began in 1966 and was completed twelve years later in 1978. The Egg was designed by Wallace Harrison for all the people of New York State and to accommodate many events and performances. Architecturally, The Egg is without precedent. From a distance it seems as much a sculpture as a building. Though it appears to sit on the main platform, the stem that holds The Egg actually goes down through six stories deep into the Earth. The Egg keeps its shape by wearing a girdle - a heavily reinforced concrete beam that was poured along with the rest of the shell. This beam helps transmit The Egg's weight onto the supporting pedestal and gives the structure an ageless durability that belies its nickname. The Egg houses two theatres - the Lewis A. Swyer Theatre and the Kitty Carlisle Hart Theatre. Seating 450, the Swyer Theatre is used for chamber music concerts, cabaret, lectures, multimedia presentations, solo performers and a majority of educational programming. With a seating capacity of 982, the Hart Theatre is used for larger productions including musical theatre, dance and music concerts. Wrapping around fully half The Egg is a lounge area for the Hart theatre. This space is ideal for seminars, receptions, after theatre parties and small cabaret type performances.

    16. Architecture History Moves Out After Scully | Yale Daily News
    The void left in the History of Art Department by the absence of Vincent Scully’s ’40 GRD ’49 architectural history survey is now being filled by the School of Architecture.
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      By Amir Sharif Staff reporter Monday, September 20, 2010 Though buildings are sometimes referred to as walk-in works of art, the History of Art Department is letting architecture walk out. With the departure last year of iconic Yale professor Vincent Scully ’40 GRD ’49, the department was left with a void in its architectural history offerings, professors in the department and the School of Architecture said. Though the introductory history of art survey Scully taught is being offered again this year — taught by History of Art professors Milette Gaifman and Jacqueline Jung — it does not have the architectural focus that was Scully’s passion. Scully’s departure also coincided with the onset of hiring restrictions Universitywide, preventing the department from filling its curricular gap. To fill this gap, the School of Architecture is offering a two-semester architectural history sequence this year. Though architectural historians once dominated the History of Art Department — a tradition Scully said began in the 1930s, when architecture-focused French emigres filled Yale’s faculty — this academic year, the department is offering just one architecture-based class to undergraduates and no surveys of architectural history.

    17. The Department Of Art & Archaeology
    Offers undergraduate and graduate programs which can include architecture. History of the department and details of programs and courses.
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    18. Architecture History 1660-1860 | GSAPPonline
    The objective of the two semester sequence Architecture History I, II is to provide students with a basic critical understanding of major developments in European (and to a
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    19. UVa School Of Architecture | Architectural History
    School of Architecture, Department of Architectural History. Curriculum covers both great monuments and vernacular traditions.
    http://www.arch.virginia.edu/history/

    20. The Nelson-Atkins Museum Of Art | Architecture & History
    Architecture History . When the massive Beaux Art NelsonAtkins’ Building opened in 1933, newspapers nationwide reported visitors “amazed,” “gasping at its innovations
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