Maricopa Community Colleges  INT120   19946-20045 
Official Course Description: MCCCD Approval: 05/24/94
INT120 19946-20045 LEC 3 Credit(s) 3 Period(s)
Twentieth Century Architecture and Furniture
Twentieth century development of architecture and furniture from the Industrial Revolution to present times. Emphasis on contemporary architects and designers along with future trends in design. Prerequisites: None.
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MCCCD Official Course Competencies:
INT120   19946-20045 Twentieth Century Architecture and Furniture
1. Explain the impact of the Industrial Revolution on the Victorian Period. (I)
2. Relate the Theories of William Morris to Arts and Crafts. (II)
3. Identify Art Nouveau and describe its philosophy. (II)
4. Trace the development from DeStijl through Bauhaus to International Style. (III)
5. Trace the development of Scandinavian design. (IV)
6. Describe the impact of material and technology on Post World War II furniture design. (V)
7. Describe the Postmodern, Memphis, and Deconstructivism used in current construction. (VI)
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MCCCD Official Course Outline:
INT120   19946-20045 Twentieth Century Architecture and Furniture
    I. Victorian Period and the Industrial Revolution
        A. Impact of Machines
        B. Influences from Previous Styles
        C. Innovations
          1. Shaker Design
          2. Lamination and Bentwood
          3. Cast Iron
      II. Breaking from the Victorian Style
          A. Arts and Crafts
          B. Art Nouveau
        III. From De Stijl to the International style
            A. DeStijl Movement in Holland
            B. Bauhaus in Germany
            C. Art Deco
            D. International Style
          IV. Scandinavian Design
              A. Swedish Philosophy
              B. Danish Design
              C. Finland's Contribution
              D. Norway's Contribution
            V. Post World War II: New Materials/New Horizons
                A. Modern Technology
                B. Molded Furniture
                C. Plastics
              VI. Contemporary Styles
                  A. Postmodern
                  B. Memphis
                  C. Deconstructivism
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