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Defining Artifact and Context in Gothic Architecture: Why It's Not So Obvious
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-10-25)
This talk will discuss the “edges” of the Gothic cathedral. Cathedral buildings are big and their walls meet the ground solidly, so how and why are the boundaries of the artifact in fact less definite than they ...
Introduction [Great Buildings & Structures that Made a Difference: The Crystal Palace, London, 1851]
Symposium introduction by the Dean of the College of Architecture, Steve French. "Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations", brief overview of the 1851 World's Fair exhibition, presented by Laura Hollengreen.
The Decoration: Owen Jones and Color in Design
Laura Hollengreen, Associate Professor of Architecture, discusses the design and decoration of The Crystal Palace by designer Owen Jones.