The roman art influenced both buildings (Rizvi, 2012). The two premises portrays man’s attempts to represent divinity in matter’s architecture. The ideas were taken from the contemporaneous philosophy of Neo-Platonism. Altogether, the two buildings are not built using the same design. Shah mosque is build using domes whereas the Chartres cathedral is constructed horizontally.
One of the most powerful and influential Muslim ruler was Mansa Musa. Mansa Musa helped Islam spread by leaving to pilgrimage and introduced the empire to the Islamic World. He encouraged learning to read the Arabic language to read the Qur’an. He hired architects to build mosques as well. Another example is the Songhai empire.
Yusi Liu SASH56: Modern Scandinavian Design Professor Björn Fritz November 26, 2014 The Art of Sitting in Scandinavian Design If you happen to read about Scandinavian design, you will very likely notice that Scandinavian designers have been always having a passion for designing chairs across different periods with various styles. A lof of world famous Scandinavian designers, such as Arne Jacobsen and Hans Wegner, are most well known for their chair designs. What is behind this obsession with chairs and why? Designing a chair is simple yet complicated. Chair is an inseparatable part of our daily activities.
The theme of the churches interior was referred to Christianity. Many architects were employed to create impressive settings to represent Christianity. The Gothic architecture is originated in the mid 12th century and ended at 16th century. Gothic architecture have higher ceiling because they believe that they would be closer to god so the architecture looks more like heaven. There were many ideas and techniques used in the Romanesque architecture style.
The Temple of Heaven, the Circular Mound Altar, the Hall of Prayer for Good Harvests, the Terra Cotta Warriors and Horses, Civilian Residential Housing, they displays us the respect with awe and gratitude. And if we learn Chinese cultures more, we can learn how to decorate our garden even park’s garden. Chinese garden arts are also interesting and helpful. Through the Chinese culture we can build more beautiful and unique buildings. An additional significant feature is symmetry, which signifies a sense of grandeur as it relates to everything from palaces to farmhouses.
have influenced the architecture of the past two millennia” (Hemmingway, 2017). The fact that Greek architecture has sustained its influence for so long, speaks volumes for the quality of its design and character. The modern building I have seen in classical style is the Wesley College of Science, located in Ibadan, Nigeria, which was constructed in the late 1990’s. It is big, and expansive building two-storey building, with well-decked walls and firm pillars at its foundation, surrounding it. It has panelled windows, held together by glazing bars.
The paintings in Venice also reflected Islamic influence. The travelling artists brought sketches of the architecture, drawings and people of the Muslim world to Venice which impacted an entire generation of artists in Venice. The Ca’ Dario palace and the Ca’ d’Oro palace best exemplify the influence of Islamic architecture on Venice. The Ca’d’Oro considered as one of the masterpieces of architecture has many elements of Islamism borrowed from the east. The arches that are inflected provide an Islamic touch to the palazzo.
During this period most art and architecture was focused within the monastic communities and religious fervor was the predominant theme. In its own right, this period of art and architectural history produced innovations which can be seen to have influenced the structures and churches being built during the early period of the Italian Renaissance. Take for example the church façade of Orvieto Cathedral designed by the architect Lorenzo Maitani or Sienna Cathedral, whose facades resemble earlier Gothic cathedrals such as Reims and Amiens in France, with their large rose window and towering spires. The influences are unmistakable yet the evolution of transformation is apparent so that it more resembles an alter screen with painted panels, rather than the typical all over relief carving of the churches of the Middle Ages. See images 14-12 Lorenzo, Orvieto Cathedral (looing northeast), Orvieto, Italy, began 1310.
This strong sense of identity and stability inclined en route for a high level of societal and richest artistic traditionalism. Islamic art has persistently validated its dimensions for the innovative reinterpretation of the existed forms of art and one of the innovations is Islamic Wall Art. Islamic
The history of Islamic architecture gives great features to the rich Islamic heritage through the Muqarnas, which formed the interior spaces with their intricate and brilliant architectural decoration. The muqarnas play a central and central role in architectural aesthetics, an element of architecture and decoration. The engineering and decorative analysis of Islamic art raises new interest in the new systems of parametric modeling, as well as opening new horizons in the formation and modeling of muqarnas. The muqarnas combine elements and harmonious blocks, mathematical design, perform a specific architectural function, and decorative role aesthetic beyond all limits. The research seeks to link the originality of the past and modernity of