ARQU-2202 Classic Architecture
The conventional history of architecture recognizes the existence of a unit in architectural and urban production throughout an extensive stage known as the classic period. The interpretation made by architecture of its own history, of its past, plays a central role in the definition of what is classic. The objective of this course is to familiarize students with the question about the foundation of the practice of architecture, on this occasion, students will examine the concept of what is classic, as an invariable thought throughout the history of architecture. This course, like that of Archetypes, disregards the chronological perspective of the topic and seeks its own logic, leading students to delve into the problem of the theory of Architecture.
InstructorAschner Rosselli Juan
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