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Service Required : Coursework/AssignmentSubject : ARCH1322 Architectural History

Service Required : Coursework/AssignmentSubject : ARCH1322 Architectural HistoryLevel of Study : UndergraduateTarget Grade : DistinctionLength: 1000 Words (~4 pages)Delivery Time : 7 DaysTime for requesting changes : Standard 7 daysPaper instructions : Architectural History and Theory 3 students were asked to read a set of essays that address the themes of nationalism and/or regionalism as they relate to architecture and architectural discourse in Australia. Among these essays were: 1) Hamann, Conrad. “Nationalism and Reform in Australian Architecture, 1880-1920.” Historical Studies…

Fixed-Base Router is the tool im doing the project on BROWARDCOLLEGEARC 2461 MAT

Fixed-Base Router is the tool im doing the project on BROWARDCOLLEGEARC 2461 MATERIALS AND METHODS OF CONSTRUCTION PROFESSOR: FELIX M. LORENZO, R.A. TOOL REPORTOBJECTIVE: The purpose of this assignment is to study a single tool in depth. OVERVIEW: Each student will research a different tool, preferably one they will be using at work. All projects are to follow the same format, see instructions below Choose a topic and e-mail to professor using regular Broward College e-mail, not D2L. Project grading:…

Subject is through Urban Design more. | Literature review of Research Paper | 1.

Subject is through Urban Design more. | Literature review of Research Paper | 1. How public spaces are one of the elements of the built environment that could enhance sense of community and sense of place? (explain the connection and the relationship) and 2. what are the elements of public space that could be identified as check-list when evaluating public spaces in terms of if they have high sense of community and if they have deep sense of place? "more…

Form Follows Function: Modernism “The key to modernist architectural design was

Form Follows Function: Modernism “The key to modernist architectural design was the interior: the arrangement of the interior would lead to a logical external expression.” Take a well-known example of a modernist building and discuss, through the analysis of the building, how the arrangement of the interior has led to a “logical external expression”. Essay Notes: What relationship should there be between the inside and outside of a building? In reading a building, should the interior be secondary to the…

To what degree could it be said there is an Art Deco interior ‘style’? What does

To what degree could it be said there is an Art Deco interior ‘style’? What does this communicate about the era? Highlighting differences between early & later Art Deco interiors, describe how these interiors embrace design aspects from other spheres. Essay Notes: Does a purely decorative approach to interiors devalue the potential of interior space creation and make us victims of trends and fashions in interiors? Are the dangers that it then becomes adopted as an interior ‘style’ without the…

Although the Gothic style was created in France, it quickly jumped the English C

Although the Gothic style was created in France, it quickly jumped the English Channel and became the dominate architectural style in England, where it was changed and developed several special characteristics up through the end of 16th Century, long after places like Italy had abandoned it. It became so popular in England, in fact, it is considered the national style for its day. How does the English expression of the Gothic style differ from that of France? What were its…

You will write a minimum 3000 word (10-12 pages/12pt/doublespaced) essay on a to

You will write a minimum 3000 word (10-12 pages/12pt/doublespaced) essay on a topic arising from your seminar and approved by the instructor. The essay will have a thesis which you develop and an argument which you support using material from your research. You will include footnotes and a bibliography in the Chicago Style, as well as relevant images correctly labeled and referenced within your text. Attached is a brief annotated bib and links for the sources. Topic: LC has one…

Aspects of conflict and displacement are expressed in the built environment in d

Aspects of conflict and displacement are expressed in the built environment in different ways. Using examples from the lectures (and others that you can come up with) how is this manifested in the built environment? In the case of Jerusalem, this is most clearly shown in places of ritual, why do you think that is? How is this played out in domestic space? (refer to your reading) And finally (this is a required question)