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Module I (16 hours)

Themes of lectures

L 1. Introduction. Architecture as a form of the culture. The most ancient forms of architecture.

L 2. Ancient Egyptian Architecture (Early Dynasty, Old Kingdom and The First Intermediate period, 4,500-1,600 BC).

L 3. Ancient Egyptian Architecture (Middle and New Kingdoms, Greek-Roman period, 1,600-330 BC).

L 4. Architecture of Mesopotamia (10,000-VI c. BC).

L 5.Aegean and Ancient Greek architecture.

L 6. Architecture of the Ancient Greece (Classic and Hellenistic periods, V-I BC)

L 7. Architecture of Ancient Rome (VIII-27 BC)

L 8. Architecture of Roman Empire (27-476 AD)

L 9. Byzantine Architecture (476-1453)

L 10. Romanesque Architecture (X-XIII)

L 11. Gothic Architecture

L 12. Muslim Architecture

L 13. Architecture of Turkey

L 14. Architecture of Ancient India

L 15. Islamic Architecture in India

L 16. Pre-Columbian American Architecture

 

Seminars (15 hours)

S 1. General view of architecture

Discussion:

1. Birth of architecture;

2. Paleolithic dwelling ;

3. Megalithic structures of the World.

S 2. Most ancient urban planning and architecture

Discussion:

1. Urban concepts of Mesopotamian cities;

2. Assirian palaces.

S 3.Architecture of Ancient Egypt

Discussion:

1. Urban planning;

2. Egyptian order;

3. Complex of temples in Karnak.

S 4.Urban planning and architecture of Ancient Greece

Discussion:

1. Urban planning;

2. Etruscan architecture;

3. Types of temples.

S 5.Ancient Roman architecture

Discussion:

1. Forums of Roman emperors;

2. Bridges and aqueducts;

3. Architecture at the Roman provinces (Syria, Palestine, Europe etc.).

S 6.Byzantine architecture

Discussion:

1. Early Byzantine architecture;

2. Hagia Sophia temple in Constantinople;

3. Dwelling and palaces at Byzantine provinces.

S 7.Medieval architecture of Western Europe

Discussion:

1. Architecture of monasteries

2. Gothic architecture in XII-XIV

3. Construction of Gothic cathedrals.

S 8.Architecture of Arabian countries, Middle East and Arabian Caliphates of Spain.

Discussion:

1. Architecture of Magrib;

2. Arabian cities in Spain;

3. Urban planning at Iran and Turkey.

 

Module II (14 hours)

Themes of Lectures

L 17. Architecture of Ancient and Medieval China

L 18. Architecture of Ancient and Medieval Japan

L 19. Architecture of Early Renaissance

L 20. Architecture of High and Late Renaissance

L 21. Architecture of Europe in XVII c.

L 22. Architecture of France in XVII-XIX.

L 23. Architecture of England, Netherlands, Belgium, Germany and Austria in XVII-XIX.

L 24. Architecture of Spain, Portugal and Latin America in XVII-XIX.

L 25. Architecture of Northern America in XVII-XIX.

L 26. Architecture of Kiev Russia

L 27. Architecture of Russia in XV-XVII

L 28. Architecture of Russia in XVII-XIX.

L 29. Architecture of Pre-Muslim Central Asia

L 30. Architecture of Central Asia in X-XVIII.



 

Seminars

S 9. Urban planning at India, China and Japan

Discussion:

1. Improvement of the cities;

2. Urban theory at Ancient India;

3. Urban theory at Ancient China;

S 10.Italian Urban planning in Renaissance and Baroque (XV-XVII)

Discussion:

1. Squares of Renaissance and Baroque: comparison;

2. Architectural monuments of Florence and Venice;

3. Great masters of Renaissance and Baroque.

S 11.French architecture in XVII beginning of XIX.

Discussion:

1. Squares of Paris;

2. Versailles and its planning structure;

3. Urban concepts of French towns.

S 12.Russian architecture in 10 beginning of 18c.

Discussion:

1. Architecture of Eastern Slavs;

2. St Sophia Cathedral in Kiev;

3. Architectural monuments of Novgorod the Great.

4. Architecture of Early Moscow period

S 13.Russian urban planning in XVIII XIX.

Discussion:

1. Russian urban concepts;

2. Masters of architecture in St-Petersburg;

3. Moscow Cremlin.

S 14.Architecture of Ancient Central Asia.

Discussion:

1. Urbanism

2. Pre-Islamic building

3. Architecture of Karakhanids

S 15.Architecture of Central Asia in XIV-XIX.

Discussion:

1. Timurids architecture

2. Architecture in XVII

3. Architecture of Central Asian khanates

 

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Weeks Number of occupation by Syllabus IWS Plus Office-hours
Theme and types of occupation (with indication of pages in references) Terms of deliveries and reception of a task (weeks) Subjects and a type of a task (with the indication of pages of literature and volume) Terms of delivery and reception of a task (week)
Start Fin. Start Fin.
Module I
L 1, 2 S 1   IWS 1. Architecture of Ancient dwelling. Verbal answers to the questions by Hand-out 1, 2. Office hours.Drawing of architectural monument # 1 (plan and section)
L 3, 4 S 2 IWS 2.Dwelling and palaces of Ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia. Verbal answers to the questions by Hand-out 3, 4 Office hours.Drawing of architectural monument # 1 (facades)
L 5, 6 S 3 IWS 3.Dwelling and palaces of Ancient Greece. Verbal answers to the questions by Hand-out 5, 6 Office hours.Drawing of architectural monument # 2 (plan and section)
L 7, 8 S 4 IWS 4.Dwelling and palaces in Ancient Rome. Verbal answers to the questions by Hand-out 7, 8 Office hours.Drawing of architectural monument # 2 (facades)
L 9, 10 S 5 IWS 5.Dwelling and palaces in Byzantine and Romanesque architecture, Verbal answers to the questions by Hand-out Verbal answers to the questions by Hand-out 9, 10 Office hours. Drawing of architectural monument # 3 (plan and section)
L 11, 12 S 6 IWS 6.Dwelling and palaces in Medieval Europe and Muslim countries. Verbal answers to the questions by Hand-out 11, 12 Office hours.Drawing of architectural monument # 3 (facades)
L 13, 14 S 7 IWS 7.Dwelling and palaces in Indian architecture. Verbal answers to the questions by Hand-out 13, 14 Office hours. Drawing of architectural monument # 4 (plan and section)
L 15, 16 S 8 IWS 8.Dwelling and palaces of Maya and Incas architecture. Verbal answers to the questions by Hand-out 15, 16 Office hours.Drawing of architectural monument # 4 (facades)
Module II
L 17, 18 S 9 IWS 9. Traditional dwelling and palaces of Ancient and Medieval China. Verbal answers to the questions by Hand-out 17 Office hours.Drawing of architectural monument # 1 (plan and section)
L 19, 20 S 10 IWS 10.Traditional dwelling and palaces of Ancient and Medieval Japan. Verbal answers to the questions by Hand-out 18 Office hours.Drawing of architectural monument # 3 (facades)
L 21, 22 S 11 IWS 11.Traditional dwelling and palaces of Ancient and Medieval Japan. Verbal answers to the questions by Hand-out 18 Office hours.Drawing of architectural monument # 1 (plan and section)
L 23, 24 S 12 IWS 12.Renaissance dwelling and palaces of Medieval Europe. Verbal answers to the questions by Hand-out 19, 20 Office hours.Drawing of architectural monument # 3 (facades)
L 25, 26 S 13 IWS 13.Traditional dwelling and palaces of Europe in XVII. Verbal answers to the questions by Hand-out 21, 22 Office hours.Drawing of architectural monument # 1 (plan, section and facade)
L 26, 27 S 14 IWS 14.Traditional dwelling and palaces of Ancient and Medieval Russia. Verbal answers to the questions by Hand-out 26, 27 Office hours.Drawing of architectural monument # 3 (plan and section)
L 28, 29 S 15 IWS 15.Traditional dwelling and palaces of Ancient and Medieval Central Asia. Verbal answers to the questions by Hand-out 28, 29 Office hours.Drawing of architectural monument # 1 (facades)
                   

List of references

Basic

1. Fletcher B. History of Architecture. NY, 2010.

2. Francis D.K. Ching, Mark M. Jarzombek, Vikram Prakash. A global history of architecture. 2nd edition. Hoboken, N.J.: Wiley, 2011.

3. Moffett M., Fazio M., Wodehouse L. A World history of Architecture. 2003.

Additional

1. Curl, James Stevens, A dictionary of architecture and landscape architecture. 2nd edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006.

2. Petersen, Andrew, Dictionary of Islamic architecture. London: Routledge, 1996.

3. Arnold, Dieter, The encyclopaedia of Ancient Egyptian architecture. London: I.B. Tauris, c2003.

4. Watkin, David, A history of Western architecture. 3rd ed. New York; London: Watson-Guptill Publications, 2000.

5. Ross, L., Art and architecture of the world's religions. Santa Barbara, Calif.: Greenwood Press, 2009.

Digital issues

1. http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/153975.Banister_Fletcher_s_a_History_of_Architecture

2. http://onlinebooks.library.upenn.edu/webbin/book/browse?type=lcsubc&key=Architecture%20--%20History

http://www.bdonline.co.uk/the-10-books-every-architecture-student-should-read/5060070.article


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