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Architecture in the 19th century
Architecture in the 19th century
Architecture in the 19th century
Architecture in the 19th century
Architecture in the 19th century
Architecture in the 19th century
Architecture in the 19th century
Architecture in the 19th century
Architecture in the 19th century
Architecture in the 19th century
Architecture in the 19th century
Architecture in the 19th century
Architecture in the 19th century
Architecture in the 19th century
Architecture in the 19th century
Architecture in the 19th century
Architecture in the 19th century
Architecture in the 19th century
Architecture in the 19th century
Architecture in the 19th century
Architecture in the 19th century
Architecture in the 19th century
Architecture in the 19th century
Architecture in the 19th century
Architecture in the 19th century
Architecture in the 19th century
Architecture in the 19th century
Architecture in the 19th century
Architecture in the 19th century
Architecture in the 19th century
Architecture in the 19th century
Architecture in the 19th century
Architecture in the 19th century
Architecture in the 19th century
Architecture in the 19th century
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Architecture in the 19th century

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Historicism, iron and steel architecture and Art Nouvea

Historicism, iron and steel architecture and Art Nouvea

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  • 1. ARCHITECTURE IN THE 19TH CENTURY
  • 2. HISTORICISMIn the first half of the 19th century architects drew inspiration from styles of thepast. Some buildings continued to be built in New Classicist style, but there was arevival of styles of the past: Neo-Byzantine, Neo- Romanesque, Neo-Gothic,Neo-Mudéjar, Neo-Baroque…SANTA MARÍA DE COVADONGA,NEO-ROMANESQUE BARCELONA CATHEDRAL, NEO-GOTHIC
  • 3. NEO- GOTHIC HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT, LONDON
  • 4. NEO-MUDÉJAR BULLFIGHTING ARENA OF LAS VENTAS, MADRID
  • 5. ZARAGOZA POST OFFICE
  • 6. NEO-BAROQUE GARNIER’S OPERA HOUSE, PARIS
  • 7. IRON AND STEEL ARCHITECTURE-New materials: iron, steel, concrete, glass…- New necessities of industry and cities which created a boom of construction of infrastructures,facilities for transport, communications and trade : train stations, bridges, viaducts, storehouses,department stores, factories… CHRYSTAL PALACE OF LONDON, JOSEPH PAXTON
  • 8. EIFFEL TOWER, GUSTAVE EIFFEL
  • 9. INTERNATIONAL BRIDGE OVER MIÑO RIVER, TUY (PONTEVEDRA) GUSTAVE EIFFEL
  • 10. SKYSCRAPERS IN CHICAGO CARSON, PIRIE, SCOTT AND COMPANY BUILDINGHOME INSURANCE BUILDING, LOUIS SULLIVAN WILLIAN LE BARON JENNEY
  • 11. ART NOUVEAU-It appeared in Europe at the end of the 19thcentury and broke up with the predominanthistoricist currents.- Inspiration from nature: curved lines,organic motifs (flowers, plants), exuberantdecoration.-Works of art understood as a whole,including all arts and crafts (architecture,sculpture, painting, furniture, ceramics,wrought ironwork, stained glasses…).-Main centres : Brussels, Paris and Barcelona. BATLLÓ HOUSE, (BARCELONA) ANTONI GAUDÍ,
  • 12. PARIS HECTOR GUIMARDHe designed several metro station entrances in Paris METRO STATION, PARIS
  • 13. CASTEL BÉRANGER
  • 14. HÔTEL GUIMARD
  • 15. FURNITURE DESIGNED BY GUIMARD
  • 16. BRUSSELSVICTOR HORTA HÔTEL TASSEL
  • 17. HÔTEL SOLVAY
  • 18. VICTOR HORTA’S HOUSE ANS WORKSHOP
  • 19. SPAIN -Main artists: Lluís Domènech i Montaner, Josep Puig I Cadafalch and Antoni Gaudí -Main centre: Barcelona CATALAN MUSIC PALACE, LLUÍS DOMÈNECH I MONTANER
  • 20. LLUÍS DOMÈNECH I MONTANER CATALAN MUSIC PALACE
  • 21. JOSEP PUIG I CADAFALCH AMATLLER HOUSE
  • 22. TERRADES HOUSE (CASA DE LES PUNXES) BARÓN DE QUADRAS PALACE
  • 23. ANTONI GAUDÍ-He was very influencedby Gothic art and orientalstyles.-He drew inspirationfrom different naturallandscapes (MonsterratMountain, caves ofMallorca…) and foundoriginal solutions for thebuildings he designed:hyperboloid vaults,helicoidal columns,trencadís (ceramicmosaics made of wastepieces).- Many of his workswere commissioned bythe Güell family. EPISCOPAL PALACE IN ASTORGA (LEÓN)
  • 24. CAPRICHO, COMILLAS (CANTABRIA)
  • 25. BATLLÓ HOUSE (BARCELONA)
  • 26. VICENS HOUSE (BARCELONA)
  • 27. MILÀ HOUSE (LA PEDRERA)
  • 28. SAGRADA FAMILIA SCHOOLCALVET HOUSE
  • 29. GÜELL PARK
  • 30. GÜELL PAVILIONS
  • 31. BASILICA AND EXPIATORY CHURCH OF THE HOLY FAMILY
  • 32. http://www.sagradafamilia.cat/sf-eng/docs_instit/vvi

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