Analysis of Architectural Design Composition: How to Study Buildings and Precedent

Watercolor by Paul D. Brown    

ANNOUNCING REGISTRATION

for

ANALYSIS OF ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN COMPOSITION:

HOW TO STUDY BUILDINGS AND PRECEDENT

by Stephen Chrisman, Ferguson Shamamian Architects (NYC)

Presented by
The Institute of Classical Architecture & Art 
Utah Chapter
 PART OF THE CLASSICISM  DEFINED  CURRICULUM  SERIES

COURSE DESCRIPTION: 

One of the most essential components of the study of classical architectural composition is the analysis of existing buildings.
This study leads to selection of models or precedent for new buildings and will explore how to look at and study the essential elements of a building.
The elements discussed will include:
  • The parti of the building
  • Composition of the exterior and interior elevations
  • Building sections
  • Proportion and scale
  • The classical orders
  • The use of ornament
This course will consist of one lecture, and one field day of sketchbook drawing while looking at a selected buildings.
Earn 9 AIA CEUs

Friday, April 15, 6 pm – 9 pm

Course Introduction
Lecture No. 1
Location: The Hope Gallery,
151 South Main Street, Salt Lake City, UT  84111

Saturday, April 16, 9:00 am – 3:00 pm 

Field Study, sketchbook drawing
Location: Salt Lake City downtown meeting place To Be Announced.

Cost:

ICAA Members: $200
ICAA Non-Members: $250

TO REGISTER:

Limited admittance —  This event is expected to sell out.

No Materials or Text is Required. 
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