Architecture and Design
Heritage of Interior DesignJournal Entry #1: Unit A Precedents Chapter 1 Name: Date: Chapter number and title: Chapter 1 Cultural Precedents Area of analysis: 1. architecture, 2. interiors, or 3. furnishings & decorative artsArchitecture: Nunnery, UxmalSpiritual motifs images of the God of Rain, serpents, water, and everything else related to this culture.Geometric motifs shown through simple and intricate lines and shapes like triangles, squares, circles, etc.2The architecture within the precedent era of design included a lot of simple linesand geometric shapes that included elements of nature, nevertheless, keeping windowsto a minimum in order to create a sturdy shape to the structure. By focusing on thefacades, even though many times portrayed simplicity through color and motifs, therewhere very intricate decorative features on the exterior, including spiritual, geometrical,and/or cultural motifs. For example, the entry at the Nunnery, Uxmal in Yucatan, Mexicohas very intricate motifs that portray spiritual meanings. The people that lived in thisarea believed in the God of Rain, so a big purpose of the city with in the Nunnery was tostore rain water, as it was sacred and a source for life (Harwood,, 2011). With this beliefin mind, you can see the emphasis of the God of Rain through out the facades of thebuildings and entry, which gives not only depth but texture (Harwood, 2011).Nevertheless, while spiritual motifs were very important to portray on facades, theNunnery also had many geometric motifs through out its buildings facades emphasizeunity through contrast by using more simple lines and shapes.According to a source from Bluftton University, the East building of the Nunneryhad many triangular and lattice patterns (Sullivan, 2004). The same source states thatthe West building included fret motifs and was a lot longer than its opposite side(Sullivan, 2004); therefore, creating an imperfect proportion of a square (Sullivan,2004). The frieze of Nunnery included many different types of motifs on its façade likefeathered serpents, combination of geometric simplicity and intricate spiritual motifs, thedesign of the Nunnery created a well balanced and rhythmic portrayal of its culture.
Reflect on the Case Study (page 245) Please use the below numbering in your post.What perceptions of Latrell do you think most teachers would have? (3 points)What information would you share with those teachers to advocate for Latrells participation in rigorous academics, arts, and athletics? (3 points)What support structures would you build to help Latrell be successful?(4 points)
This paper is a chance for you to explore an area of interest in greater detail. I am looking for strong critical thinking skills demonstrated through the synthesis of content anchored in the basic facts and issues of your topic and a willingness to apply original though based on your observations and research. You are welcome to chose another topic, but please discuss your ideas with me first for approval. If you choose an alternative topic please make sure it falls within the chronological scope of this course. All essays are to be 7-8 pages in length (double spaced, 12 point font , & 1 inch margins) Please include a minimum of 5 bibliographical references (including internet sources) Please use primary and secondary sources exclusively NO Wiki or Encarta or Art Story references please All quotes must be footnoted in the appropriate manner Please use MLA format for thesis and dissertations Standard procedures regarding plagiarism apply For your research essay topic, please answer one of the following questions: 1. What do Galileo, Magellan, and Newton have to do with Baroque architecture? 2. Neo-Classicism in the Age of Revolution 3. What is the artistic response to the Industrial Revolution? 4. What is the architectural response to the Industrial Revolution? 5. Impressionism; a middle class art? 6. Romanticism and the subconscious 7. Romanticism and the colonial other 8. Berthe Morisot and Mary Cassatt; caged revolutionaries?
Furniture: Furnishings & decorative artsYou need to write about the items called out in your sketch. The entry is just rambling and does nothave a focus. Your journal entry needs to be grammatically correct.1 page without drawingAPA referenceNo grammar errorYour own wordSee the example of the journalSee the rubric
You will expand the outline you wrote in Module 3 into a complete paper. Papers must be typed in 12-point type and be double-spaced. There is no set length for the paper, though the average length is four or five pages. Citations are not necessary. Other important aspects are thoroughness, clarity, and a demonstrated sensitivity to the work of art.Your paper should have the following elements:IntroductionInclude specific information about the work within the first few paragraphs of your essay analysis: title, artist, date, location, dimensions, medium of the work, and the name of the exhibition/museum in which the work is displayed.Introduce the reader to the work of art by writing a detailed description of it. Your writing should be so detailed that the reader can picture the artwork.End the introductory paragraph with your thesis statement.BodyDiscuss the Elements of Art and Principles of Design that you think are important in understanding and analyzing this work. This part of the paper should be very detailed and will take several paragraphs. Go through each Element and Principle and describe in as much detail as possible how it is utilized in the work of art. Also worth noting is any apparent lack of a particular Element or Principle. For example, if a piece is in black and white, you should also address the impact of the lack of the Element of color.Discuss the medium the artist used and how the artist exploited the particular qualities of this medium. Always refer to the artist by her or his last name, not the first name, and put the title of the work in italics.Explain your personal response to the work based on its form as you analyzed it in the previous sections.Conclusion
The publication of the BS EN ISO 19650 series has introduced a collaborative framework for managing information through BIM throughout the whole life cycle of a built asset. With reference to BS ISO 19650 standards, discuss how BIM can be used to support the sharing and integration of information and collaboration during the project life cycle.
In June of 2016, the EPA settled a court case with Yuengling to the tune of $3M for violations to under the Clean Water Act. “Yuengling is responsible for serious violations of its Clean Water Act pretreatment discharge limits, posing a potential risk to the Schuylkill River which provides drinking water to 1.5 million people,” EPA Regional Administrator Shawn Garvin said in a news release. “This history of violations and failure to fully respond to orders from the Greater Pottsville Area Sewer Authority and EPA to correct the problems resulted in this enforcement action.” What is especially important to note is that “The EPA said Yuengling violated Clean Water Act requirements at least 141 times between 2008 and 2015.” In other words, violations continued for 9 years before the company was penalized. This is one example of an ongoing debate regarding the effectiveness of our environmental regulations if the process cannot move quicker to stop the continued damage to the environment.An article outlining the case specifics as well as a supporting article titled “Clean water advocate says cases, like Yuengling’s, take too long” . After reading the specifics on this case, research similar cases and/or argumentative opinion papers regarding the issue of slow turnaround on prosecution under Clean Water Act violations. Post your thoughts and arguments regarding this issue; for example, what are the leading causes for the delay? Do you believe the delay hinders the effectiveness of the regulations? What steps could be done to speed up the process?
Research Paper: Architectural Historiography in the 20?th ?Centuryhistoriography is the writing of history, as well as the process by which historians analyze and interpret historical evidence. Therefore, the writing of history is, by nature, interpretive, and as such it is highly influenced by the author-historians agenda, bias, cultural context, research method, knowledge (or ignorance) of source material, selective editing, etc. To this end, for this research project you will choose a subject relevant to twentieth century architecture, and you will compare/contrast various historians interpretations of this subject.First, you will choose one architect, event, movement, period or theory relevant to twentieth century architecture. Some possible topics might include: the Deutscher Werkbund, the Case Study House Program, Japanese Metabolism, the Bauhaus under Hannes Meyer, the New York Five, the 1932 exhibit at the MoMA entitled The International Style, Mies van der Rohes work at the Illinois Institute of Technology, Rem Koolhaas in the 1970s, etc. If you choose to focus on the work of one architect, you should narrow your research down to an important period in that architects life (e.g. Frank Lloyd Wright in the 1930s), or a specific theory developed by that architect (e.g. Louis Sullivans brand of Rationalism). Your task is NOT to report on the building, architect or event, but rather to compare/contrast various historiographic interpretations of it.You will consult a minimum of five historiographic accounts of the topic (see the list of examples of historiographic accounts below), from different author-historians who express different viewpoints. As you read and reflect on these accounts, you should ask yourself ?What evidence does each historian cite, and what evidence does each historian leave out? Why? How does this decision influence this historians narrative of the topic? ?How does each author-historian use and interpret the evidence? ?What distinct conclusions has each historian drawn about this subject? ?How do these conclusions differ? How are they similar? ?How does each historiographic account reveal the historians own bias and/or agenda? ? ?How have perceptions of this subject been affected by the various historiographic accounts of it? ? ?How does the author-historian contextualize the topic in the broader narrative of the history of twentieth century architecture? ?In what ways does the author-historians account of this subject reveal her/his broader approach to the history of architecture? ?How have historians affected our understanding of this topic?Topic ProposalAfter choosing a topic, list and analyze each account of the topic. List the similarities and differences that you discover between accounts (i.e. as listed above). Be specific. Then, conduct research on the author of each account to determine how they chose to include some information while excluding other information. Your proposal should also consider/discuss each authors bias. I recommend that you organize this information in table format.Finally, write a thesis statement and 1-2 paragraphs that summarize(s) the overall trend, trajectory, etc. of the historiography of the subject. Do the authors fall into various camps? Do you notice an evolution over time in the ways this topic has been presented? Are some authors biases more evident than others?
First, read “Pueblo” (pdf file) Next, consider the historic pueblos such as Taos, Acoma, Zuni, and the Hopi of the Rio Grande Valley. Discuss how these later Native American pueblo structures carry on earlier architectural traditions established by the Anasazi.
1-Describe the devices you need to setup a DMZ and what type of services you would likely place in a DMZ.2-Describe the containment step in the incident response process and explain the communication process among CSIRT members during this step (i.e who decides what action to take and what happens after that?3-Discuss the importance of code reviews in the software development process as it relates to developing secure software.4-Describe hardening process.Then explain what the nmap utility does and how you would use the information it provides in the hardening process.