Maricopa Community Colleges  INT120   19886-19945 
Official Course Description: MCCCD Approval: 03/10/87
INT120 19886-19945 LEC 3 Credit(s) 3 Period(s)
Twentieth Century Architecture and Furniture
Twentieth century development of furniture and architecture from modern to present times. Emphasis on influence of contemporary designers and future trends in design. Prerequisites: None.
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MCCCD Official Course Competencies:
 
INT120   19886-19945 Twentieth Century Architecture and Furniture
1. Identify contemporary and miscellaneous styles of architecture and furniture. (IV)
2. Relate twentieth century architecture and furnishings to environmentalneeds. (III)
3. Recognize stylistic trends in modern design as they relate to home furnishings. (II)
4. Relate modern furniture construction technology to stylistic development. (I)
5. Identify the characteristic style of key 20th century architects and designers. (III)
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INT120   19886-19945 Twentieth Century Architecture and Furniture
    I. Technological Advances
        A. Anonymous Furniture in the 19th Century
        B. Industrial Revolution and The Arts and Crafts Movement
        C. Art Nouveau
      II. Beginnings of the Modern Movement
          A. Louis Sullivan and Frank Lloyd Wright
          B. DeStijl
          C. Bauhaus
          D. International Style
        III. Twentieth Century Architecture and Furniture
            A. United States
            B. Scandinavian
            C. England and France
            D. Italian Design
              1. Early beginnings
              2. Domestic landscape
            E. Fantasy furniture
          IV. Miscellaneous Styles
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