HISTORY OF THEORY OF ARCHITECTURE 2.

HISTORY OF THEORY OF ARCHITECTURE 2.BMEEPET 0408

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The course presents, exposes and explains the most important constituent facts, selected from the innumerable differrent intellectual reflections of the twenty century and the second milleneum, as a rich and simultanous interplay of paralell stories, either promoting, or opposing each other.

It doesn’t interpret history as a homogenously evolving story, emerging from the past, but at the same time, it doesn’t deny the importance of creating histories. Instead of a simple, successive presentation of well known historical facts, or a collection of fashonable notions, topics and themes, it rather concentrates on exploring their syncronic functional relationships and finding creative and relevant conclusions for practice.

Course requirements: attendance of all lectures and submission of the 3 papers as preconditions of the written exam.


1.2019.02.07 Introduction, theory and history in the 20. century.


2.2019.02.21.Dominant modern reflections: Riegl, Loos, Corbusier


3.2019.02.28.Science, technology, art, future, constituent parts of the modern identity


2019.03.06. Submission of first paper


4.2019.03.07. Great histories of modern architecture. History, or theory?


5.2019.03.14. The destructions of modern technologies. Totalitarian regimes, and the war. Post war time, neo-technicism and total utopies of the sixties, Banham, Archigram.


6.2019.04.04 Rediscovery of the operative function of history. Kahn, Venturi. Vulgar modernism and vulgar historicism.


2019.04.10. Submission of second paper


7.2019.04.11. The global, the regional, the rural, the archaic. Structuralism, accidentism.


8. 2019.04.18. Positive and negative side of modern urbanism.


9. 2019.04.25. Beyond modern histories. Critical theories, antologies. Presence and representation. Deconstruction, phenomenology, hermeneutics.


2019.05.01. Submission of third paper


10.2019.05.02. Summary



2019.05.24. Repeated submission of missing papers


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1.2018.02.08 Introduction, theory and history in the 20. century. 2.2018.02.22.Dominant modern reflections: Riegl, Loos, Corbusier 3.2018.03.01.Science, technology, art, future, constituent parts of the modern identity

2018.03.07. Submission of first paper

4. 2018.03.08. Great histories of modern architecture. History, or theory? 5.2018.03.29. The destructions of modern technologies. Totalitarian regimes, and the

war.  Post  war  time,  neo-technicism  and  total  utopies  of  the  sixties,  Banham,

Archigram.

 

6.2018.04.12 Rediscovery of the operative function of history. Kahn, Venturi. Vulgar modernism and vulgar historicism.

 

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