AR 298 History of the Designed Environ:Antiquity to Mid-19th Century
FA 2012 HO
Beasley, Soodie (Ardus)
Adjunct Faculty, Visual Communications
Post-Baccalaureate Professional Level Designation in Interior Architecture and Design; Certificate in Appraisal Studies in Fine & Decorative Arts;M.A. in Art HistoryB.A. in Art History
before and after class; by appointment
August 20 - December 13
5:30 - 8:10 PM
Textbook: A History of Interior Design
Hardcover: 624 pages
Publisher: Fairchild; illustrated edition edition
(October 1, 2008)
Product Dimensions: 12.1 x 9.3 x 1.7 inches
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further develop methodology for conceptual thinking,
understand the factors that drive decision-making processes,
develop an understanding of the design process from a historical perspective.
Learning Outcomes: Core Learning Outcomes
Assigned Readings and Class
Written Assignments accepted for extra credit
Participation = 50 points
@ 50 pts each) = 150 points
= 150 points
TOTAL = 350 points
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READINGS TO BE COMPLETED BEFORE CLASS
Pgs 29-60 (pgs 40-60)
Classical Civilizations: Greece
Pgs 69-99 (pgs 78-99)
Classical Civilizations: Rome
Review notes and readings assigned
Early Middle Ages/ Vikings and Celts; Romanesque
Late Middle Ages and Gothic
Pgs 213-237; 242-243
Renaissance France: Francis
I, Henry II, Louis XIII
(we’re not covering Spanish, Portuguese,
German or Russian renaissance, but please feel free to read)
Renaissance England -Tudor
Review time line
William & Mary and Queen Anne
Baroque in America
Rococo: Regence to Louis XV
pgs 418; Pgs 429-431
Neoclassicism: Louis XVI
Pgs 431-434; 443-447
Robert Adam: George II
Georgian in America
Chippendale, Hepplewhite, Sheraton; Robert Adam in Scotland
Napoleon; Geo IV: Regency; Review
pp. 433-434; p. 437-438
Antique Art & Furniture Market
preparations for final
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