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Presentation by Christopher Fahey (http://www.behaviordesign.com & http://www.graphpaper.com) about the history and uses of "style" as a component of design innovation, specifically with respect to ...

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  • 1.
    • Interaction
    • Design Style (Part 4 of 5)
      • ASIS&T IA Summit
      • Monday, March 24, 2007
  • 2.
    • Architecture
  • 3.  
  • 4.
    • Architecture: House Styles
    • A-frame
    • Adirondack
    • American Craftsman
    • Bungalow
    • California bungalow
    • Cape Cod
    • Catslide cottage
    • Châteauesque
    • Colonial revival
    • Dingbat
    • Dutch Colonial
    • Federal
    • Federation
    • French Colonial
    • French-Canadian colonial
    • Georgian Colonial
    • Garrison
    • Georgian
    • Gothic revival
    • Greek Revival Style
    • International
    • Italianate
    • Lanai
    • Log house
    • Longhouse
    • McMansion
    • Mobile home (or trailer home)
    • Moderne
    • Neo-classical revival
    • Neo-colonial revival
    • New Old House
    • Octagon
    • Pacific lodge
    • Palladian
    • Portuguese Baroque
    • Post-modern
    • Prairie style
    • Pueblo style
    • Queen Anne
    • Queenslander
    • Ranch
    • Richardsonian Romanesque
    • Rumah Gadang
    • Saltbox
    • Second Empire
    • Semi-detached
    • Sod dug-out
    • Sod house
    • Shingle style
    • Shotgun House
    • Southern plantation
    • Spanish colonial
    • Split-level garrison
    • Split level home / split-level ranch
    • Stick style
    • Swiss chalet
    • Tudor Elizabethan
    • Tudor Jacobean
    • Tudor revival
    • Victorian house
  • 5.
    • Architecture: Styles through History
    • Neolithic 10,000 BC-3000 BC
    • Ancient Egyptian 3000 BC–373 AD
    • Sumerian 5300 BC–2000 BC
    • Classical 600 BC-323 AD
    • Ancient Greek 776 BC-265 BC
    • Roman 753 BC–663 AD
    • Byzantine 527–1520
    • Romanesque 1050-1100
    • Norman 1074-1250
    • Gothic
    • Early English Period c.1190—c.1250
    • Decorated Period c.1290–c.1350
    • Perpendicular Period c.1350–c.1550
    • Brick Gothic c.1350–c.1400
    • Tudor style 1485–1603
    • Manueline 1495 to 1521
    • Spanish Colonial style 1520s–c.1550
    • Elizabethan 1533 – 1603
    • Palladian 1616–1680
    • English Baroque 1666–1713
    • Sicilian Baroque 1693 earthquake–c.1745
    • Gothic Revival 1760s–1840s
    • Neoclassical
    • Adam style 1770 England
    • Empire 1804 to 1814, 1870 revival
    • Italianate 1802
    • Egyptian Revival 1809–1820s, 1840s
    • American Empire 1810
    • Tudorbethan 1835–1885
    • Victorian 1837 and 1901
    • Jacobethan 1838
    • Queenslander 1840s–1960s
    • Australian architectural styles
    • Romanesque Revival 1840–1900
    • Neo-Grec 1848 and 1865
    • Second Empire 1865 and 1880
    • Queen Anne Style 1870–1910s
    • National Park Service Rustic 1872–1916
    • Shingle Style or Stick style 1879-1905
    • Chicago school 1880s and 1890
    • Neo-Byzantine 1882–1920s
    • Jungenstil 1888 to 1911
    • Modernisme 1888 to 1911
    • American Craftsman 1890s–1930,
    • Richardsonian Romanesque 1880s
    • City Beautiful movement 1890–1900s
    • Early Colonial Revival 1890s–1915
    • Mission Revival Style 1894-1936
    • Pueblo style 1898-1990s
    • Prairie Style 1900–1917
    • Heliopolis style 1905–ca. 1935
    • Futurist 1909
    • Expressionist 1910–ca. 1924
    • Amsterdam School 1912–1924
    • Spanish Colonial Revival style 1915–1940
    • Bauhaus 1919–1930s
    • Mediterranean Revival Style 1920s–1930s
    • Art Deco 1925–1940s
    • List of Art Deco architecture
    • Modern movement 1927–1960s
    • International style 1930–today
    • Streamline Moderne 1930–1937
    • Nazi 1933-1944
    • Constructivism 1925–1932
    • Postconstructivism 1930–1935
    • Stalinist 1933–1955
    • Bauhaus 1919–1930s
    • Usonian 1936–1940s
    • New towns 1946-1968
    • Mid-century modern 1950s
    • Googie 1950s
    • Brutalist 1950s–1970s
    • Metabolist Movement 1959
    • Arcology 1970s-today
    • Postmodern 1980s
    • Deconstructivism 1982–today
    • Memphis Group 1981-1988
    • Blobitecture 2003–today
  • 6.
    • Architecture: Styles through History
    • Neolithic 10,000 BC-3000 BC
    • Ancient Egyptian 3000 BC–373 AD
    • Sumerian 5300 BC–2000 BC
    • Classical 600 BC-323 AD
    • Ancient Greek 776 BC-265 BC
    • Roman 753 BC–663 AD
    • Byzantine 527–1520
    • Romanesque 1050-1100
    • Norman 1074-1250
    • Gothic
    • Early English Period c.1190—c.1250
    • Decorated Period c.1290–c.1350
    • Perpendicular Period c.1350–c.1550
    • Brick Gothic c.1350–c.1400
    • Tudor style 1485–1603
    • Manueline 1495 to 1521
    • Spanish Colonial style 1520s–c.1550
    • Elizabethan 1533 – 1603
    • Palladian 1616–1680
    • English Baroque 1666–1713
    • Sicilian Baroque 1693 earthquake–c.1745
    • Gothic Revival 1760s–1840s
    • Neoclassical
    • Adam style 1770 England
    • Empire 1804 to 1814, 1870 revival
    • Italianate 1802
    • Egyptian Revival 1809–1820s, 1840s
    • American Empire 1810
    • Tudorbethan 1835–1885
    • Victorian 1837 and 1901
    • Jacobethan 1838
    • Queenslander 1840s–1960s
    • Australian architectural styles
    • Romanesque Revival 1840–1900
    • Neo-Grec 1848 and 1865
    • Second Empire 1865 and 1880
    • Queen Anne Style 1870–1910s
    • National Park Service Rustic 1872–1916
    • Shingle Style or Stick style 1879-1905
    • Chicago school 1880s and 1890
    • Neo-Byzantine 1882–1920s
    • Jungenstil 1888 to 1911
    • Modernisme 1888 to 1911
    • American Craftsman 1890s–1930,
    • Richardsonian Romanesque 1880s
    • City Beautiful movement 1890–1900s
    • Early Colonial Revival 1890s–1915
    • Mission Revival Style 1894-1936
    • Pueblo style 1898-1990s
    • Prairie Style 1900–1917
    • Heliopolis style 1905–ca. 1935
    • Futurist 1909
    • Expressionist 1910–ca. 1924
    • Amsterdam School 1912–1924
    • Spanish Colonial Revival style 1915–1940
    • Bauhaus 1919–1930s
    • Mediterranean Revival Style 1920s–1930s
    • Art Deco 1925–1940s
    • List of Art Deco architecture
    • Modern movement 1927–1960s
    • International style 1930–today
    • Streamline Moderne 1930–1937
    • Nazi 1933-1944
    • Constructivism 1925–1932
    • Postconstructivism 1930–1935
    • Stalinist 1933–1955
    • Bauhaus 1919–1930s
    • Usonian 1936–1940s
    • New towns 1946-1968
    • Mid-century modern 1950s
    • Googie 1950s
    • Brutalist 1950s–1970s
    • Metabolist Movement 1959
    • Arcology 1970s-today
    • Postmodern 1980s
    • Deconstructivism 1982–today
    • Memphis Group 1981-1988
    • Blobitecture 2003–today
  • 7.  
  • 8.  
  • 9.  
  • 10.  
  • 11.  
  • 12.
    • Architecture: Styles through History
    • Neolithic 10,000 BC-3000 BC
    • Ancient Egyptian 3000 BC–373 AD
    • Sumerian 5300 BC–2000 BC
    • Classical 600 BC-323 AD
    • Ancient Greek 776 BC-265 BC
    • Roman 753 BC–663 AD
    • Byzantine 527–1520
    • Romanesque 1050-1100
    • Norman 1074-1250
    • Gothic
    • Early English Period c.1190—c.1250
    • Decorated Period c.1290–c.1350
    • Perpendicular Period c.1350–c.1550
    • Brick Gothic c.1350–c.1400
    • Tudor style 1485–1603
    • Manueline 1495 to 1521
    • Spanish Colonial style 1520s–c.1550
    • Elizabethan 1533 – 1603
    • Palladian 1616–1680
    • English Baroque 1666–1713
    • Sicilian Baroque 1693 earthquake–c.1745
    • Gothic Revival 1760s–1840s
    • Neoclassical
    • Adam style 1770 England
    • Empire 1804 to 1814, 1870 revival
    • Italianate 1802
    • Egyptian Revival 1809–1820s, 1840s
    • American Empire 1810
    • Tudorbethan 1835–1885
    • Victorian 1837 and 1901
    • Jacobethan 1838
    • Queenslander 1840s–1960s
    • Australian architectural styles
    • Romanesque Revival 1840–1900
    • Neo-Grec 1848 and 1865
    • Second Empire 1865 and 1880
    • Queen Anne Style 1870–1910s
    • National Park Service Rustic 1872–1916
    • Shingle Style or Stick style 1879-1905
    • Chicago school 1880s and 1890
    • Neo-Byzantine 1882–1920s
    • Jungenstil 1888 to 1911
    • Modernisme 1888 to 1911
    • American Craftsman 1890s–1930,
    • Richardsonian Romanesque 1880s
    • City Beautiful movement 1890–1900s
    • Early Colonial Revival 1890s–1915
    • Mission Revival Style 1894-1936
    • Pueblo style 1898-1990s
    • Prairie Style 1900–1917
    • Heliopolis style 1905–ca. 1935
    • Futurist 1909
    • Expressionist 1910–ca. 1924
    • Amsterdam School 1912–1924
    • Spanish Colonial Revival style 1915–1940
    • Bauhaus 1919–1930s
    • Mediterranean Revival Style 1920s–1930s
    • Art Deco 1925–1940s
    • List of Art Deco architecture
    • Modern movement 1927–1960s
    • International style 1930–today
    • Streamline Moderne 1930–1937
    • Nazi 1933-1944
    • Constructivism 1925–1932
    • Postconstructivism 1930–1935
    • Stalinist 1933–1955
    • Bauhaus 1919–1930s
    • Usonian 1936–1940s
    • New towns 1946-1968
    • Mid-century modern 1950s
    • Googie 1950s
    • Brutalist 1950s–1970s
    • Metabolist Movement 1959
    • Arcology 1970s-today
    • Postmodern 1980s
    • Deconstructivism 1982–today
    • Memphis Group 1981-1988
    • Blobitecture 2003–today
  • 13.
    • Architecture: Styles through History
    • Neolithic 10,000 BC-3000 BC
    • Ancient Egyptian 3000 BC–373 AD
    • Sumerian 5300 BC–2000 BC
    • Classical 600 BC-323 AD
    • Ancient Greek 776 BC-265 BC
    • Roman 753 BC–663 AD
    • Byzantine 527–1520
    • Romanesque 1050-1100
    • Norman 1074-1250
    • Gothic
    • Early English Period c.1190—c.1250
    • Decorated Period c.1290–c.1350
    • Perpendicular Period c.1350–c.1550
    • Brick Gothic c.1350–c.1400
    • Tudor style 1485–1603
    • Manueline 1495 to 1521
    • Spanish Colonial style 1520s–c.1550
    • Elizabethan 1533 – 1603
    • Palladian 1616–1680
    • English Baroque 1666–1713
    • Sicilian Baroque 1693 earthquake–c.1745
    • Gothic Revival 1760s–1840s
    • Neoclassical
    • Adam style 1770 England
    • Empire 1804 to 1814, 1870 revival
    • Italianate 1802
    • Egyptian Revival 1809–1820s, 1840s
    • American Empire 1810
    • Tudorbethan 1835–1885
    • Victorian 1837 and 1901
    • Jacobethan 1838
    • Queenslander 1840s–1960s
    • Australian architectural styles
    • Romanesque Revival 1840–1900
    • Neo-Grec 1848 and 1865
    • Second Empire 1865 and 1880
    • Queen Anne Style 1870–1910s
    • National Park Service Rustic 1872–1916
    • Shingle Style or Stick style 1879-1905
    • Chicago school 1880s and 1890
    • Neo-Byzantine 1882–1920s
    • Jungenstil 1888 to 1911
    • Modernisme 1888 to 1911
    • American Craftsman 1890s–1930,
    • Richardsonian Romanesque 1880s
    • City Beautiful movement 1890–1900s
    • Early Colonial Revival 1890s–1915
    • Mission Revival Style 1894-1936
    • Pueblo style 1898-1990s
    • Prairie Style 1900–1917
    • Heliopolis style 1905–ca. 1935
    • Futurist 1909
    • Expressionist 1910–ca. 1924
    • Amsterdam School 1912–1924
    • Spanish Colonial Revival style 1915–1940
    • Bauhaus 1919–1930s
    • Mediterranean Revival Style 1920s–1930s
    • Art Deco 1925–1940s
    • List of Art Deco architecture
    • Modern movement 1927–1960s
    • International style 1930–today
    • Streamline Moderne 1930–1937
    • Nazi 1933-1944
    • Constructivism 1925–1932
    • Postconstructivism 1930–1935
    • Stalinist 1933–1955
    • Bauhaus 1919–1930s
    • Usonian 1936–1940s
    • New towns 1946-1968
    • Mid-century modern 1950s
    • Googie 1950s
    • Brutalist 1950s–1970s
    • Metabolist Movement 1959
    • Arcology 1970s-today
    • Postmodern 1980s
    • Deconstructivism 1982–today
    • Memphis Group 1981-1988
    • Blobitecture 2003–today
  • 14.  
  • 15.  
  • 16.  
  • 17.  
  • 18.
    • Form Follows Function
  • 19.
    • Form Follows Function
  • 20.  
  • 21.  
  • 22.  
  • 23.  
  • 24.  
  • 25.  
  • 26.  
  • 27.  
  • 28.  
  • 29.
    • Do as I say, not as I do.
  • 30.
    • Do as I say, not as I do.
  • 31.
    • Emotional Modernism
      • “ Despite their claims to a purely scientific and reasoned approach, the relationship of Modernist architects to their work remained at base a romantic one: they looked to architecture to support a way of life that appealed to them. Their domestic buildings were conceived as stage sets for actors in an idealized drama about contemporary existence.”
      • - Alain de Botton, The Architecture of Happiness