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  • 1. ART NOUVEAU "new art" sinuous and flowing lines Presented by 1. Aiman Naseem 2. Sundus Hussian 3. M,Raghib 4. Bilal Khan 5. Hamzah
  • 2. CONTENTS 1. Introduction 2. Architectural features 3. Elements 4. Casa Batllo 5. Casa Milla 6. The Park Güell 7. Horta museum
  • 3. Introduction • It is an international philosophy and style of 1. Art 2. Architecture 3. Applied art that were most popular during 1890–1910. • The most important places for architecture during this period were Brussels, Paris and Barcelona. • The name 'Art nouveau' is French for 'new art'. The most important architects were Antonio Gaudi & Domenechi Montaner. • It represents the beginning of modernism in design(Modern Architecture). • It occurred at a time when 1. Mass-produced consumer goods began to fill the marketplace, and 2. Designers, architects, and artist began to understand that the handcrafted work of centuries past could be lost.
  • 4. TIME & PLACE Flourished in major European cities between 1890– 1910. emerged in the early 1890s in all the visual arts: 1. Painting, 2. Sculpture, 3. Architecture, 4. Interior design, 5. graphic arts, 6. Posters, 7. Jewellery, 8. Clothing, and 9. Furniture Art Nouveau was underlined by a particular way of thinking about 1. Modern society and 2. New production methods, attempting to redefine the meaning and nature of the work of art, so that art would not overlook any everyday object.
  • 5. ART NOUVEAU ARCHITECTURE FEATURES Art Nouveau buildings have these features: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Asymmetrical shapes Extensive use of arches and curved forms Curved glass Curving plant-like embellishments Mosaics Stained glass MATERIALS USED • • • • • • Stained Glass • Wrought Iron • Mosaic Tiles • Lime Mortar • Wall Papers • Glazed Stucco
  • 6. • Flat, decorative patterns. • Intertwined(twist) organic forms such as stems or flowers. • The use of new materials and the rejection of earlier styles. • Art Nouveau is characterized by organic, especially floral and other plant-inspired motifs, as well as highly stylized, flowing curvilinear forms.
  • 7. Art Nouveau Elements 1.Flowing Lines  Characterized by graceful, sinuous(Curved) lines.  The lines are rarely angular. 2.Violent Curves  Some artists referred to the curves in Art Nouveau works as whiplash(A quick blow delivered with a whip) curves.  These curvy lines connect the images in the art and can even be found in beautified plain items, such as furniture & buildings.
  • 8. • In architecture, hyperbolas and parabolas in windows, arches and doors are common and decorative mouldings ‘grow 'into plant – derived forms. • Art Nouveau designers selected and modernized some of the more abstract elements of Rococo style, such as flame and shell textures.
  • 9. 1. CASA BATLLO 2. CASA MILA 3. PARK GUELL 4. HORTA MUSEUM
  • 10. 1.Casa Batllo • Restored by Antoni Gaudí • Casa Batllo is a six story apartment building in Barcelona, Spain. • beautiful example of organic architecture. • It does have a visceral, skeletal organic quality.
  • 11. ART NOVEAU ELEMENTS IN THE BUILDING • The outer wall has mosaic of colored pieces of glass. • Tracery (Decoration consisting of an open pattern of interlacing ribs) • irregular oval windows • flowing sculpted stone work • Attic having animal like shape with a legendry story depicted.
  • 12. • Goal of the designer was to avoid straight lines completely. • Much of the façade is decorated with a mosaic made of broken ceramic tiles that starts in shades of golden orange moving into greenish blues. • The roof is arched and was likened to the back of a dragon or dinosaur. Roof architecture at Casa Batlló
  • 13. AN INTERIOR VIEW
  • 14. Casa Mila
  • 15. 2. Casa Mila • Apartment block built between 1906 -1910 in Barcelona. • Commonly known as La Pedrera is the largest housing building in Barcelona. • The facade is an impressive wave-like mass of rough-shipped stone. • The building does not use load-bearing walls, but rest on pillars and arches.
  • 16. ART NOVEAU ELEMENTS IN THE BUILDING • Curve Forms on the balconies. • The windows and doors seem to be dug out of this stone mass and are trimmed in exquisitely(delicate) crafted wrought iron work. • No use of straight line. • Use of sculptures and decorations
  • 17. 3.The Park Güell • Park Güell is a garden complex with architectural elements situated in Spain. • Designed by the architect Antoni Gaudí . • Built in the years 1900 to 1914. • Antonio Gaudi used beautiful mosaic decoration in this park. • Structures were of natural forms, with columns like tree trunks .
  • 18. ART NOVEAU ELEMENTS IN THE BUILDING • Use of different coloured textures. • Use of mosaic animal sculptures. • Organic features used in the terrace walls. • Different unique bending shapes.
  • 19. 4.HORTA MUSEUM
  • 20. HORTA MUSEUM • Location: Belgium • Construction: 1898-1900 • The museum is actually the house that Horta designed and built for himself. • This is one is the only place left you can see of his style Features of the building •Use of curved form •Curved glass Facade of the museum
  • 21. • Horta has left the load-bearing columns exposed, making them become a decorative feature. • This was a common trait in Art Nouveau making structural features appear ornamental. • Horta has echoed the curves in the balustrading with the curved stairs, tiled mosaic floor and the painted wall designs. • Again, this is the way Art Nouveau designers worked - creating a uniformity in the interior. • The use of large areas of glass and the linear iron supports allows for a delicate, almost transparent approach.
  • 22. INTERIOR OF THE MUSEUM Curved railing Spiral Staircase The curves in the balustrade & Tiled mosaic floor Arches Curved glasswork on walls
  • 23. THANK YOU…