ARTH 246
Landmarks of European Architecture
Instructor: Kostis Kourelis
TR 9-10:30

Course Description

This course consists of an introduction to the history of architecture between the first and twenty-first centuries. In addition to a general developmental narrative we analyze twelve major monuments as both products and documents of their historical environment. Each case study features a specific aspect of architectural production, reception and dissemination which will form the basis for discussion. The assigned readings and writing exercises intend to provide the students with some basic analytical skills in interpreting buildings as cultural artifacts.

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