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Tz

  1. 1. By Tree Z.
  2. 2. The Crystal PalaceBuilding type-Exhibition hallFunction-Housed the greatExhibition of 1851Architect- Sir Joseph PaxtonStyle- ModernismLocation- London EnglandCulture- EnglishMaterials-Glass IronFact-Used for the first internationalexposition of Industrial designFun fact- It burnt down in 1936Why was this building selected- Itcaught my Eye3 art adjectives- Beautiful,Complex, Decorative3 art vocab words-Texture ,contrast, SpacePart of the building I am using-Thesteel beam and glass design
  3. 3. Flatiron BuildingBuilding type - Sky ScraperFunction- Office towerArchitect-Dainel H. BurnhamDate- 1902Style-Beaux-artLocation-New York CityCultural group- AmericanMaterials-stone and SteelHistorical fact-Was the tallestbuilding in the worldWild card-oldest sky scraper inNew YorkWhy selected-Its my favoriteBuilding3 art adjectives-rustic, trianglepretty.Art vocab-Scale, shape, lineWhat I use –Its shape
  4. 4. Church of St . john ofNepomukBuilding type- ChurchFunction-ChurchArchitect-Jan BlazzjsantinilAichelDate-1722Style-Baroque GothicCultural group-GothicMaterial-stoneWild fact-25 Chapels in sideWhy this building-it caught myeye3 art adjectives-butiful, plaincomplex3 art vocab words-shape texturespaceWhat I am using-The steaple
  5. 5. Blue printThe 1st floor in side of my building
  6. 6. SketchFistruff draft of my building’soutside
  7. 7. Stevenson , Neil. Architecture. London:DK,1997.Print.Owen, John. The worlds Greatest Buildings. Washington DC : Fog citypress,2004.Print.Gaudet , Jodie . 1001 Buildings . New York : University, 2007.Print.Pictures from Creative Commons.com

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