Maricopa Community Colleges  INT115   19886-19945 
Official Course Description: MCCCD Approval: 03/10/87
INT115 19886-19945 LEC 3 Credit(s) 3 Period(s)
Historical Architecture and Furniture
Development of furniture and architecture from prehistoric to modern times, with emphasis on furniture. Focus on the influence of past designers and sources of design. Prerequisites: None.
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MCCCD Official Course Competencies:
INT115   19886-19945 Historical Architecture and Furniture
1. Identify historic periods and styles of architecture and furniture.
2. Recognize cultural, social, economic, political and religious phenonomena as they influence stylistic development.
3. Relate historic construction, decorative techniques and technology to stylistic development.
4. Identify the characteristic style of key architects and designers.
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MCCCD Official Course Outline:
INT115   19886-19945 Historical Architecture and Furniture
    I. Styles of Antiquity
        A. Egyptian
        B. Greek
        C. Roman
      II. Styles of the Middle Ages
          A. Byzantine
          B. Early Christian
          C. Romanesque and Norman
          D. Gothic
        III. The Italian Renaissance
          IV. The French Periods
              A. French Renaissance
              B. Louis XIV
              C. Regence
              D. Louis XV
              E. Louis XVI
              F. Directoire and Empire
            V. The English Periods
                A. Gothic
                B. Tudor
                C. Elizabethan
                D. Jacobean
                E. Cromwellian
                F. Carolean
                G. William and Mary
                H. Queen Anne
                I. Georgian
                J. Chippendale
                K. Adam
                L. Hepplewhite
                M. Sheraton
                N. Regency
                O. Victorian
              VI. The American Periods
                  A. Pilgrim
                  B. Jacobean
                  C. William and Mary
                  D. Queen Anne
                  E. Chippendale
                  F. Federal
                  G. Regional
                  H. Victorian
                VII. American Styles in Architecture
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