Arch/LArch 2300
Austin E. Knowlton School of Architecture, The Ohio State University

Spring Term 2018

Review for Exam 3 50-55 points- point values approximate
Exam 3 will not allow prepared notes to be used for essays. This is in preparation for final exam. Any questions/vocab in bold below have been added.
Part I: Vocabulary
10-15 points
Acanthus leaves Antiquities Act Architrave Baldachino
Baroque Base    
Capital (column) Cantilever Caryatid Causeway
Cella Corinthian Cornice Courtyard
Foreshortening     Frieze
Folly Grand Tour Greens Grotto
Hearth Intercolumniation Ionic Ka
Kare Sansui Mortuary Temple Neoclassical Palazzo
Pediment Pendentive Piano Nobile Piazza
Picturesque   Prairie Style Pyramid
Renaissance   Riparian  
Rustication Shaft Stylobate Temenos
Trabeated Tripartite Valley Temple Villa
Volutes Vestpocket Park Doric Entasis
       
Part II: Building, Landscape, City Planning ID's and Knowledge
25-40 points
Pyramids of Giza Parthenon Hagia Sophia Ryoan-Ji
St. Peter's Basilica St. Peter's Piazza Central Park Savannah
World Trade Center Memorial 5th Avenue Dam removal Yellowstone Yosemite
Villa Rotunda Palazzo Farnese Stourhead Parc de la Villette
Robie House   Paley Park  
       
Part III: Diagram/ Essay-using diagrams to illustrate your text if asked.
15-25 points
Select questions will be provided to answer. Essays require complete sentences.
shorter diagram/essay questions 4-10 points
1. Discuss and diagram the optical adjustments in Greek temples.
2. Diagram and label the parts of the Greek temple (facade and/or plan).
3. Diagram and explain the multiplicity of centers for St Peter's Piazza and Basilica.
4. Explain 5 influences on architecture and landscape architecture as discussed in lecture.

5. Explain 5 purposes architecture and landscape architecture can serve as discussed in lecture.

6. State and explain the four steps, particularly key differences, required to become a licensed architect and landscape architect as discussed in lecture.
7. Discuss and diagram Professor Cadwell's 4 projects he presented, their design intent and relationship to the ground and sky.
 
longer Diagram/ Essay questions 9-12 points. If your recitation was tested on the following essays, you will not be tested on the same question again. Essays require complete sentences.
1. Describe and diagram the development of structural concepts of Egypt, Greece, Classical Rome and Gothic and their effect on the spatial organization in each era.
2. Discuss and diagram the difference and or similarity of materiality and structure in Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, Parthenon, Pantheon, and Ise Shrine and their effect.
3. Discuss and diagram the structural innovations in these religious structures and their effect: Pantheon, Hagia Sophia, and St. Peter's Cathedral.
4. Discuss and diagram the evolution of light in the Pantheon, Hagia Sophia, and Notre Dame Paris.
5. What is Picturesque? What is sublime? Discuss specific buildings and/or landscapes that exemplify each, explain, and diagram.
6. Discuss and diagram comparing Central Park, Paley Park, World Trade Center and Highline. Discuss spatial qualities, scale, vegetation/materials, movement, change in section, furniture, etc.
Questions below not for Exam 3 but possible for Final Exam.
7. Discuss and diagram dematerialization of the box in reference to Barcelona Pavilion, Fallingwater, Robie and Farnsworth House.
8. Discuss and diagram the role of the hearth to organize space in Robie, Fallingwater, Glass and Farnsworth House. Discuss specifics of how the hearth connects or separates and how, location, materiality, etc.  
9. Discuss and diagram LeCorbusier's 5 points of architecture.
10. Discuss and diagram how LeCorbusier defined the "house as a machine for living."
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