History of Architecture (i) (2015/2016)

Course code
4S01357
Name of lecturer
Daniela Zumiani
Coordinator
Daniela Zumiani
Number of ECTS credits allocated
6
Academic sector
ICAR/18 - HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE
Language of instruction
Italian
Location
VERONA
Period
Semestrino IIA, Semestrino IIB

Lesson timetable

Semestrino IIA
Day Time Type Place Note
Monday 5:20 PM - 7:00 PM lesson Lecture Hall 1.2  
Tuesday 5:20 PM - 7:00 PM lesson Lecture Hall 1.2  
Friday 2:00 PM - 3:40 PM lesson Lecture Hall 2.1  

Learning outcomes

History Architecture 2015 - 2016

Prerequisites: Knowledge of the specific terms of the architectural vocabulary and the features of the History of Western Europe from the fifteenth to the eighteenth century


Course objectives :
Knowledge of vocabulary and syntax of classical architecture

Able to compare ancient classical architecture with neoclassical solutions

Knowing how to recognize the works of the protagonists operating in the eighteenth and nineteenth century

Syllabus

Course Content:
Aspects of architecture in Europe in the late eighteenth century to the second half of the nineteenth century.
Reference books FOR ATTENDING (list to be integrated):
- D.Watkin, Storia dell’architettura occidentale, Zanichelli, Bologna, ed. 2012, pp. 361 -563
- A. Sandrini, Il primo Ottocento: dal neoclassicismo civile all’architettura della restaurazione, in l’Architettura a Verona dal periodo napoleonico all’età contemporanea, a cura di P. Brugnoli, A. Sandrini, Verona 1994, pp. 1-74
- A. Restucci, Città e architetture nell’Ottocento, in Storia dell’arte italiana, VI, Dal Cinquecento all’Ottocento, 2, Settecento e Ottocento, Torino 1982, vol 22, pp. 725 – 790
I. Romitti, Parchi, giardini, passeggiate, in Storia dell’Architettura italiana, L’Ottocento, tomo II, a cura di A. Restucci, Milano 2005, pp. 472 - 474


During the course will be reported several supplementary texts specifically relating to the deepening of the architecture of a European city history
Reference books FOR NOT ATTENDING (list to be integrated):
- D.Watkin, Storia dell’architettura occidentale, Bologna, ed. 2012, pp. 361 - 563
- L. Benevolo, Storia dell’architettura moderna , Bari 2010, pp. 11- 148; 177 - 206
- A. Restucci, Città e architetture nell’Ottocento, in Storia dell’arte italiana, VI, Dal Cinquecento all’Ottocento, 2, Settecento e Ottocento, Torino 1982, vol 22, pp. 725 – 790

- A. Sandrini, Il primo Ottocento: dal neoclassicismo civile all’architettura della restaurazione, in l’Architettura a Verona dal periodo napoleonico all’età contemporanea, a cura di P. Brugnoli, A. Sandrini, Verona 1994, pp. 1-74

- P. Brugnoli, Eclettismo, neoromanico e neogotico nell’architettura dell’Ottocento, in l’Architettura a Verona dal periodo napoleonico all’età contemporanea, a cura di P. Brugnoli, A. Sandrini, Verona 1994, pp. 75 – 119

I. Romitti, Parchi, giardini, passeggiate, in Storia dell’Architettura italiana, L’Ottocento, tomo II, a cura di A. Restucci, Milano 2005, pp. 458 – 477

During the course will be reported several supplementary texts specifically relating to the deepening of the architecture of a European city history

Photocopies of texts mentioned are available at the copy shop "La Rapida". Within the month of April we will indicate the regulations supplementing titles

Assessment methods and criteria

The exam for attending students is oral .
It asks the presentation of a personal reflection on a topic chosen dealt with during the course.
It will also recognize based on images presented by the teacher and possibly the architectural style of the authors depicted works

For those not attending the exam will be written . It will require two themes on topics chosen by the teacher and the recognition of two works of which the image will be provided

STUDENT MODULE EVALUATION - 2015/2016