History of Universal Architecture I by historyman


									Course name               History of Universal Architecture I               Code 064008          Credit points 3
Language of instruction   Polish

Programme                 Architecture and Urban Planning
Type of studies           MSc studies

Unit running the          Institute of Architecture and Urban Planning

Course coordinator and    J Salm PhD, A Zaguła PhD
academic teachers

Form of classes and        Semester        Lec.         Tut.         Lab.          Proj.        Sem.         Credit
number of hours                                                                                              points
per week                   autumn           1e            1            -               -          -              3

Learning outcomes         Basic knowledge about history of ancient architecture and town-planning (until Early-
                          Christian architecture).

Prerequisites             None

Course description        LECTURE:
                          1. Chronology of ancient civilizations. General view of Out-European Cultures.
                             Recommended reading.
                          2. Mesopotamia. Architecture of Summer, Babylon and Assyria (ziggurats, citadels and
                             palaces). Architectural details. Town-planning of Mesopotamia.
                          3. Egypt. Main architectural centres. Sepulchral architecture: pyramids, sanctuaries. Old
                             State and Medium State.
                          4. Egypt. New State and late period. Architectural detail.
                          5. Beginnings of Greek culture – Minoan and Mycenae civilizations. Palaces and
                          6. Greek philosophy of life, religion, social conditions, historical events. Ancient
                             Aesthetics – Pythagoras, Plato, Aristotle, Hellenic philosophers.
                          7. Greece. Ancient orders, types of buildings, architectural decoration. Archaic period –
                             beginning of Greek temple. Athens – city topography.
                          8. Architecture of Classical period – main sanctuaries: Delphi, Olympia, Acropolis.
                          9. Architecture of Late-classical and Hellenistic period. Main centres in Asia Minor and
                             Greek Islands. Town-planning in Ancient Greece.
                          10. Influence of Greek architecture – treatise o Vitruvio. Etruscan architecture and its
                               significance for Roman architecture.
                          11. Conditions of development of Roman architecture. New architectural forms (Tuscan
                              Order). New technologies.
                          12. Significance of Rome – city topography: Forum Romanum, Caesar’s forums, main
                          13. Typology of Ancient Roman architecture. Roman Provinces. Roman town-planning –
                          14. Early Christian architecture. Catacomb period. Prototype of Latin church – basilica.
                              Central plan buildings. Architecture of Ravenna.
                          15. Byzantium. Constantinople in ancient and middle-ages times. Churches and its
                              construction. Architectural decoration.
                     Selected detailed issues plus 2-3 study drawings during classes.

Form of assessment   Lecture: exam
                     Tutorials: grades from drawings.

Basic reference        1.   Bernhardt M.L.: Sztuka grecka. Warszawa, 1989-1993 (wszystkie tomy).
materials              2.   Broniewski T.: Historia architektury dla wszystkich. Warszawa, 1990.
                       3.   Fleming J., Honour H., Pevsner N.: Encyklopedia architektury. Warszawa, 1992.
                       4.   Koch W.: Style w architekturze. Warszawa, 1996.
                       5.   Pevsner N.: Historia architektury europejskiej. Warszawa, 1978.
                       6.   Skliar A., Regulier C., Chamontin C.: Wielkie kultury wiata. Egipt, Grecja,
                            Rzym, Bizancjum. Warszawa, 1998.
                       7.   Stierlin H.: Grecja. Od Myken do Partenonu, Warszawa, 1998.
                       8.   Sztuka wiata – tom 1-3. Warszawa, 1989-1996.
                       9.   Watkin D.: Historia architektury zachodnie. Warszawa, 2001.
                       10. Witruwiusz: O architekturze ksi g dziesi . Warszawa, 1956.
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                       11. Tatarkiewicz W.: Dzieje sze ciu poj . PWN, Warszawa, 1975.
Other reference        1.   Ceram C.W.: Bogowie, groby, uczeni. Warszawa 1974.
materials              2.   Sir Banister Fletcher’s History of Architecture. Ed. J. Musgrove, London, 1996.
                       3.   Gawlikowska K.: Sztuka Mezopotamii. Warszawa, 1975.
                       4.   Grimal N.: Dzieje staro ytnego Egiptu. Warszawa, 2004.
                       5.   Jastrz bowska E.: Sztuka wczesnochrze cija ska., WAiF, Warszawa, 1988.
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                       6.   Lipi ska J.: Sztuka egipska. Warszawa, 1982.
                       7.   Major M.: Geschichte der Architektur, Bd. 1. Akademiai Kiado, Budapest, 1974.
                       8.   Michałowski K.: Jak Grecy tworzyli sztuk . Warszawa, 1986.£
                       9.   Michałowski K.: Nie tylko piramidy. Warszawa, 1966.
                       10. Michałowski K.: Od Edfu do Faras. Warszawa, 1974.
                       11. Mierzejewski A.: Sztuka staro ytnego Wschodu. Warszawa, 1983.
                       12. Press L.: Budownictwo egejskie. WUW, 1986.
                       13. Parnicki-Pudełko S.: Architektura staro ytnej Grecji. Arkady, 1985.
                       14. Sadurska A.: W cieniu Panteonu. Warszawa, 1965.
                       15. Ulatowski K.: Historia architektury staro ytnej Grecji. PWN, Pozna , 1957.
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