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I analyze Anoushiravan Ghamsari in two steps: first his place in architecture and next his accomplishments in combining architecture and civil engineering. I think they are both consistent with each ...

I analyze Anoushiravan Ghamsari in two steps: first his place in architecture and next his accomplishments in combining architecture and civil engineering. I think they are both consistent with each other, despite that I’ve always known him for his place as a architect and an outstanding teacher and has been effective in its academic performance at saint Petersburg and his unique style. Anoushirvan has his own place and his fruits of labor are many and each has an important place in our community’s architecture.

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  • Buildings and Architecture Bicycle Shed is a building Lincoln Cathedral is a piece of Architecture
  • Buildings and Architecture Building • „Nearly everything that encloses space on a scale sufficient for a human being to move in, is a building; Piece of Architecture • „the term architecture applies only to buildings designed with a view to aesthetic appeal”
  • Aesthetics • Aesthetics (also spelled esthetics) is a branch of philosophy. • The term aesthetics comes from the Greek αισθητική (aisthetike) meaning "sensation" from αίσθησιν (aisthesin) or "sense." • The study of sensory or sensori-emotional values, the judgments of taste and the perception of the beautiful • Aesthetics is closely associated with the theory of art and beauty.
  • Aesthetics 3 ways of a building for causing aesthetic sensations
  • Aesthetics – Treatment of walls • • • • Proportions of windows Relation of wall-space to window-space The relation of one story to an other Ornamentation (tracery, leaf and fruit garlands)
  • Language • „the tracery of a 14th century window • The lead and fruit garlands of a Wren porch
  • Tracery • The curvilinear ornamental branch-like shapes of stone or wood, creating an openwork pattern of mullions
  • Porch • A roofed entrance, either incorporated in a building or as an applied feature on the exterior,
  • Wren, Sir Chistopher (1632-1723) • One of England’s greatest scientists and architects, he was active in rebuilding London after the fire of 1666. He rebuilt St. Paul’s Cathedral , London (1673)
  • • • • • • • • • • • • • Architecture Glossary - Illustrated Dictionary for Architecture Words - Use this illustrated dictionary to find the definitions for important words related to architecture and building design. architecture.about.com/library/bl-glossary.htm - Tárolt változat - Hasonló Illustrated Architecture Dictionary - ]Illustrated Architecture Dictionary All examples are from buildings in Buffalo, N.Y. ... America, England and France: Architecture and Furniture styles ... www.buffaloah.com/a/DCTNRY/vocab.html - Tárolt változat - Hasonló alphaDictionary * Free Architecture Dictionary - Free Architecture ... - Buffalo Illustrated Architecture Dictionary Indexed, cross-referenced and illustrated dictionary of architectural terms from Chuck LaChiusa. ... www.alphadictionary.com/...Dictionaries/Architecture/ - Tárolt változat - Hasonló Architecture Dictionary, Glossary and Terms directory. - A Comprehensive Directory of Architecture Dictionary, Glossary and Terms listings that contain architectural Terms and Terminology. www.glossarist.com/glossaries/.../architecture.asp - Tárolt változat - Hasonló Architecture Definition | Definition of Architecture at Dictionary.com - Architecture - Definition of Architecture at Dictionary.com a free online dictionary with pronunciation, synonyms, and translation of Architecture. dictionary.reference.com/browse/architecture - Tárolt változat - Hasonló Illustrated Architecture Dictionary - Themes > Arts > Architecture > Generalities > Illustrated Architecture Dictionary. A · B · C · D · E · F · G · H · I, J, K · L · M · N · O · P · Q · R · S ... www.cartage.org.lb/.../IllustratedArchitecture/.../mainpage.htm - Tárolt változat - Hasonló
  • Architecture and communication
  • Aesthetics – Treatment of the exterior • Contrasts of block against block • Effect of a pitched or a flat roof or a dome • Rhythm of projections and recessions
  • The building as a volume • • • • Block against block Pitched or flat roofs The rythms of projections and recessions Three dimensional, a plastic unit, the sculpture’s way
  • Eiffel Tower Stephen Sauvestre 1887-1889 Paris, France
  • Orvieto Cathedral Umbria, Central Italy 1290-1607
  • Mercedes-Benz Museum UN Studio 2006 Stuttgart, Germany
  • Notre Dame du Haut, Le Corbusier, 1955 Ronchamp, France.
  • Fallingwater Frank Lloyd Wright 1936 – 1939 Uniontowm, Pennsylvania, USA
  • Sydney Opera House Jørn Oberg Utzon 1959-1973 Sydney, Australia
  • Gugenheim Museum Bilbao, Frank Gehry 1997 Bilbao, Spain
  • Aesthetics – Treatment of the interior • Sequence of rooms • The widening out of a nave at the crossing • The stately movement of a baroque staircase
  • Space The importance of ground plans Architecture = space + volume + surface.
  • Aesthetics • Treatment of Walls – 2 dimensional – Painting • Treatment of Exterior – 3 dimensional – Sculpt • Treatment of Interior – 3 dimensional – Arch. Space
  • Connection of Ground Plans and Architecture • Presenting a building • Presenting its Architectural quality • What is the full aesthetic effect of a building?
  • Architecture as superior to other artistic forms Why is architecture superior to other forms of art? Space as an aesthetic media exclusive of architecture Necessary for human existence Why? Human history is inconsceivable without architecture
  • Notre Dame du Haut, Le Corbusier, 1955 Ronchamp, France.
  • Architecture as superior to other artistic forms • Is human history inconceivable without architecture? • What does it prove if it is? – That there are no human beings without the practice of architecure? – That there is no human community without architecture? – That there is no human society without architecture? – That there is no human culture without architecture?
  • Architecture as superior to other artistic forms • Is human history inconceivable without architecture? • What does it prove if it is? – That we cannot conceive humanity without architecture? • How do we explain this? • Humanity and Architecure are necessarily bound to each other? • We are that much used to architecture that we cannot imagine the world without it?
  • Architecture as superior to other artistic forms • Is human history inconceivable without architecture? • What does it mean that it is? – We cannot imagine a world without … What exactly? – How to define architecture? – Pevsner: „the term architecture applies only to buildings designed with a view to aesthetic appeal” – Is it true that we cannot imagine humanity without the existence of the above defined phenomena? – What is the more important feature of architecture? • Necessity? • Aesthetics?
  • Buildings and Architecture Bicycle Shed is a building Lincoln Cathedral is a piece of Architecture
  • Buildings and Architecture Building • „Nearly everything that encloses space on a scale sufficient for a human being to move in, is a building; Piece of Architecture • „the term architecture applies only to buildings designed with a view to aesthetic appeal”
  • Notre Dame du Haut, Le Corbusier, 1955 Ronchamp, France.
  • Fallingwater Frank Lloyd Wright 1936 – 1939 Uniontowm, Pennsylvania, USA
  • Sydney Opera House Jørn Oberg Utzon 1959-1973 Sydney, Australia
  • Institut du Monde Arabe Jean Nouvel 1981-1987 Paris, France
  • Gugenheim Museum Bilbao, Frank Gehry 1997 Bilbao, Spain
  • Mercedes-Benz Museum UN Studio 2006 Stuttgart, Germany
  • Eiffel Tower Stephen Sauvestre 1887-1889 Paris, France
  • Jatiyo Sangsad Bhaban, the National Parliament of Bangladesh Louis Kahn – Muzharul Islam 1961-1982 Dhaka, Banglades
  • Louis Kahn