Center for Curriculum and Transfer Articulation
Historical Architecture and Furniture
Course: INT115

First Term: 2004 Fall
Lecture   3 Credit(s)   3 Period(s)   3 Load  
Course Type: Occupational
Load Formula: S


Description: Historical survey of the development of furniture, interiors, and architecture from antiquity to the 19th Century



MCCCD Official Course Competencies
1. Develop and apply a vocabulary of historic terminology relative to architecture, interior design and furnishings. (I \226 VI)
2. Trace the evolution of styles of architecture, interiors, and furnishings relative to the historical context of social, political, economic, and technological developments. (I \226 VI)
3. Identify and describe the distinctive characteristics of furniture, interior, and architectural styles associated with the Egyptian, Greek, and Roman civilizations. (I)
4. Identify and describe the distinctive characteristics of furniture, interior, and architectural styles associated with the Byzantine, Early Christian, Romanesque, and Gothic periods. (II)
5. Identify and describe the distinctive characteristics of furniture, interior, and architectural styles associated with the Renaissance and Baroque periods in Italy and Spain. (III, IV)
6. Identify the major French periods, and trace the development of furniture, interior, and architectural styles associated with each period. (V)
7. Identify the major English periods, and trace the development of furniture, interior, and architectural styles associated with each period. (VI)
8. Identify the major American periods, and trace the development of furniture, interior, and architectural styles associated with each period. (VII)
 
MCCCD Official Course Outline
I. Antiquity
   A. Egyptian
   B. Greek
   C. Roman
II. Middle Ages
   A. Byzantine
   B. Early Christian
   C. Romanesque
   D. Gothic
III. Renaissance
   A. Italian
   B. Spanish
IV. Baroque
   A. Italian
   B. Spanish
V. French Periods
   A. Renaissance
   B. Baroque: Louis XIV
   C. Rococo: Louis XV
   D. Neoclassic: Louis XVI
   E. Directoire and Empire
VI. English Periods
   A. Early Renaissance
   B. Restoration/William and Mary
   C. Queen Anne
   D. Georgian
   E. Chippendale
   F. Neoclassic: Adam, Hepplewhite, Sheraton
   G. Regency
VII. American Periods
   A. Early American/Colonial
   B. Georgian
   C. Federal
   D. Empire
   A. Pilgrim
   B. Jacobean
   C. William and Mary
   D. Queen Anne
   E. Chippendale
   F. Federal
   G. Regional
   H. Victorian
VII. American Styles in Architecture
 
MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date:  4/27/2004

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