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ARC 2211 Exam 1

Question 1

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The "Inter-Connectedness of All Things" is one of the tenets of Alfred North Whitehead's "Process Philosophy".

  True

 

 

  False

 

 

 

 

 

Question 2

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Renaissance architects and artists were able to experiment with new techniques and theories because they were often supported by wealthy businessmen and nobles.  We refer to their supporters as

 

  Pro Domo Humano.

 

 

  Cogniscenti.

 

 

  Patrons.

 

 

  Vitruvians.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 3

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According to the author Tom Wolfe ("From Bauhaus to Our House"), a problem associated with Modern Architecture was that symbolism became so abstracted that only a few people "in the know" understood the meaning of the architecture.  Those people "in the know" are referred to as the

 

  Cognescenti.

 

 

  Patrons.

 

 

  Advocates in the Abstract (A.I.A.).

 

 

  International Stylists or Modernists.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 4

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The instructor believes that the construction industry, which includes mining of resources, refinement of materials, sales of materials & products, shipping, design and construction, could be considered the largest industry in the world.

  True

 

 

  False

 

 

 

 

 

Question 5

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The "Process of Becoming" is one of the tenets of Alfred North Whitehead's "Process Philosophy".

  True

 

 

  False

 

 

 

 

 

Question 6

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When explorers from the Greek civilization visited the pyramids of Egypt,

                                   .

                                   

  the pyramid were comparable to the Greek temples in age.

 

 

  the pyramids were still under construction.

 

 

  The pyramids were considered by the Greeks to be "ancient".

 

 

  Wrong!!!! The Greeks did not visit Egypt.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 7

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The concept, imagery and hierarchy associated with the Florida Aquarium may include

 

  the image of a sea shell.

 

 

  all of the answer choices could be correct.

 

 

  the journey of a water drop, from the rainforest to the ocean.

 

 

  the image of Jules Verne's "Nautilus" submarine.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 8

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The structure shown below is

  Villa Savoy, le Corbusier (1924).

 

 

  Fallingwater, Frank Lloyd Wright (1936).

 

 

  Barcelona Pavilion, Mies van der Rohe (1929).

 

 

  Lever House, SOM (1955).

 

 

 

 

 

Question 9

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The American architect Phillip Johnson frequently describes the profession of architecture as the second oldest profession.  What is the first?

                

  Medicine.

 

 

  Teaching.

 

 

  Law (e.g. Attorney, Judge, etc.).

 

 

  Prostitution.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 10

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Which eras are listed in correct chronological order (earliest to latest)?

 

  Pre-Historic, Egyptian, Greek, Romanesque, Roman.

 

 

  Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Gothic, Early Christian.

 

 

  Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Early Christian/Byzantine, Romanesque.

 

 

  Pre-Historic, Greek, Egyptian, Roman, Romanesque.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 11

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Architects use Orthographic (e.g. Plan, Elevation & Section Drawings), Axonometric, and Perspective Drawings to graphically describe their work.  Of these drawing types, which are 3 dimensional?

  Perspective only.

 

 

  Axonometric and Orthographic.

 

 

  Orthographics (Plan, Elevation + Section) only.

 

 

  Axonometric and Perspective.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 12

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The drawing shown could best be described as

 

  a Plan.

 

 

  an Elevation.

 

 

  an Axonometric.

 

 

  a Perspective.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 13

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The drawing could best be described as

 

  an Axonometric.

 

 

  an Elevation.

 

 

  a Perspective.

 

 

  a Section.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 14

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The drawing shown could best be described as 

 

  an Elevation.

 

 

  a Section.

 

 

  an Axonometric.

 

 

  a Perspective.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 15

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The drawing shown could best be described as

  

  an Orthographic Projection.

 

 

  an Elevation.

 

 

  a Perspective.

 

 

  an Axonometric.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 16

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The drawing shown could best be described as

 

  an Elevation.

 

 

  a Perspective.

 

 

  an Axonometric.

 

 

  a Plan.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 17

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While it is possible to take steps to avoid looking at paintings, sculpture and other visual arts, architecture is unavoidable.

  True

 

 

  False

 

 

 

 

 

Question 18

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Architecture can potentially shape our behavior and condition our moods.

  True

 

 

  False

 

 

 

 

 

Question 19

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Who wrote "The Seven Lamps of Architecture" (1849)?

  John Ruskin.

 

 

  Marcus Vitruvius.

 

 

  Thomas Edison.

 

 

  Wes Tinghouse.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 20

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One of the first modern books on the history of architecture, "Outline of European Architecture" (1943) was written by

  Adolf Loos.

 

 

  Mark V. Truvius.

 

 

  John Ruskin.

 

 

  Nicholas Pevsner.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 21

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Who said "Architecture is what nature cannot make."?

  Thomas Jefferson.

 

 

  Leonardo Da Vinci.

 

 

  Louis Kahn.

 

 

  LeCorbusier.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 22

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Like animals, humans build to satisfy a need.  But in so doing, humans give expressions to feelings and values.

  True

 

 

  False

 

 

 

 

 

Question 23

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According to textbook author Leland Roth, architecture is more than merely building or shelter; architecture is a physical record of human activity and aspiration.

  True

 

 

  False

 

 

 

 

 

Question 24

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In the Seventeenth Century, Sir Henry Wooten paraphrased the Vitruvian elements of architecture as

                      

  Utility, Function and Firmness.

 

 

  Form, Space and Order.

 

 

  Commodity, Firmness and Delight.

 

 

  Pragmatism, Egotism and Economics.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 25

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Does the building work?  Does the building function?  These questions refer to the Vitruvian element of

  Beauty.

 

 

  Delight.

 

 

  Utility.

 

 

  Firmness.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 26

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Will the building stand up?  This question refers to the Vitruvian element of

  Beauty.

 

 

  Firmness.

 

 

  Pragmatism.

 

 

  Utility.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 27

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Are the materials appropriate?  Will the materials last a long time?  These questions refers to the Vitruvian element of

  Economy.

 

 

  Function.

 

 

  Firmness.

 

 

  Utility.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 28

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Is the building's appearance pleasing and in good taste? 

This question refers to the Vitruvian element of

  Beauty.

 

 

  Utility.

 

 

  Firmness.

 

 

  Function.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 29

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The curator(s) of the Museum of Modern Art’s 1932 exhibition “The International Style” was (were)

  Walter Gropius.

 

 

  Phillip Johnson and Henry-Russel Hitchcock.

 

 

  Louis Sullivan.

 

 

  Robert A.M. Stern.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 30

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The term that we use to describe the architecture that was displayed in the Museum of Modern Art’s 1932 exhibition “The International Style” is

  Contemporary Architecture.

 

 

  Modern Architecture.

 

 

  Depression Architecture.

 

 

  Baroque Architecture.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 31

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The architect(s) of the Fagus (Shoe Works) Factory was

  Walter Gropius and Adolf Meyer.

 

 

  Phillip Johnson.

 

 

  Peter Behrens.

 

 

  Le Corbusier.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 32

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The architect(s) of the Bauhaus at Dessau  was

  Ludwig Mies van der Rohe.

 

 

  Walter Gropius and Adolf Meyer.

 

 

  Peter Behrens.

 

 

  Le Corbusier.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 33

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The architect(s) of the AEG Turbine Factory was

  Le Corbusier.

 

 

  Walter Gropius and Adolf Meyer.

 

 

  Ludwig Mies van der Rohe.

 

 

  Peter Behrens.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 34

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Who said “The house is a machine for living”?

  Frank Lloyd Wright.

 

 

  Le Corbusier.

 

 

  Phillip Johnson.

 

 

  Louis Sullivan.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 35

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The terms/statements

- Piloti,

- Free Plan,

- Independence of  Structure/Enclosure (Free Facade),

- Ribbon Windows, and

- Rooftop Gardens

refer to

   

  Vitruvius' "Ten Books of Architecture".

 

 

  John Ruskin's "Seven Lamps of Architecture".

 

 

  Tom Wolfe's 5 Stars in "From Bauhaus to Our House".

 

 

  Le Corbusier's "Five Points of Architecture".

 

 

 

 

 

Question 36

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While the main function of Charles Garnier's Paris Opera House (1875) was to experience the opera, an almost equally important function may be to be seen at the opera.  This was accomplished by

  the Paparazzi.

 

 

  a well lit entry with Valet Parking.

 

 

  the private, but open Boxes.

 

 

  the Grand Stairway.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 37

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Louis Sullivan articulated his Guarantee Building (1895) to define the buildings functions:

- Sidewalk level entry/shops,

- Offices,

- Mechanical systems. 

We refer to this organization as

  Tri-Partite.

 

 

  Tri-Beca.

 

 

  Tri-Fecta.

 

 

  Tri-Glyphs.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 38

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The dialog between what a building appears to be and what the building really is might be referred to as

  Symbolic Function.

 

 

  Tri-Partite Function.

 

 

  Circulatory Function.

 

 

  Groan Vaulting.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 39

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A common argument against the Modern Architecture of the International Style (1920's  & 1930's) is that symbolism had become too intellectual.

  True

 

 

  False

 

 

 

 

 

Question 40

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Psychological Function, the optimum satisfaction of all types of function, could best be illustrated in

  Salk Institute (1965) Louis Kahn.

 

 

  the utilitarian Parking Garage.

 

 

  any Gothic Cathedrals.

 

 

  any state Capitol Building, topped by a dome.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 41

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While its reinforced concrete and steel construction physically allows the St. Petersburg Pier to stand, from a distance the up-side down, triangular shaped pyramid suggests an un-stable form.  This is a good example of

  Tri-Partite structure.

 

 

  the use of "Pendentives".

 

 

  Perceptual Structure.

 

 

  modern, Neo-Egyptian Engineering.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 42

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The Gothic architects' soaring church structures was a reflection of man's

  triumph of good over evil.

 

 

  worldly achievements on Earth.

 

 

  aspiration to get to Heaven.

 

 

  inhumanity to man.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 43

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While the simplest of structures is the wall, puncturing the wall for a door or window opening requires a

  Post and Lintel or Post and Beam.

 

 

  Tri-Partite system.

 

 

  Cantilever.

 

 

  "Centering" system.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 44

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Tension and Compression are

  the Pulling/Stretching of the beam's fibers.

 

 

  greatest at the Neutral Axis.

 

 

  the Pulling/Stretching and the Pushing/Crushing of the beam's fibers.

 

 

  the Pushing/Crushing of the beam's fibers.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 45

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When a simple beam is subjected to a downward acting, vertical load, internal stresses develop.  These stresses are

  Tension at the top, and Compression at the bottom.

 

 

  Compression at the top, and Tension at the bottom.

 

 

  Unlike people, beams are in-animate objects;beams cannot have stress.

 

 

  Tension and Compression at the Neutral Axis.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 46

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While concrete is a material that is very strong in compression, it is very weak in tension.  To overcome this weakness in simple beams,

  Steel Reinforcing must be added at the Neutral Axis of the beam.

 

 

  Steel Reinforcing must be added to the top of the beam.

 

 

  Wrong!!!!Building Codes do not allow the use of concrete in simple beams.

 

 

  Steel Reinforcing must be added to the bottom of the beam.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 47

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Problem….square plan topped by a round dome.  The answer is the Byzantine architects' solution to make that transition.

  Pendentive.

 

 

  Rib Vault.

 

 

  Tri-Partite.

 

 

  Groin Vault.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 48

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An example of the transition from a square plan to a round dome may be found in

  the Pantheon (Rome).

 

 

  Hagia Sophia (Istanbul).

 

 

  the United States Capitol (Washington, D.C.).

 

 

  Tropicana Field (St. Petersburg, Florida).

 

 

 

 

 

Question 49

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The Romans sometimes merged the columns with the walls to allow the rhythm of the column to continue on a flat wall surface.  This was known as

 

 

  an Engaged Column.

 

 

  a Pilaster.

 

 

  a Composite Column.

 

 

  an Entablature.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 50

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The Romans sometimes used a flat "column" projection on the walls to allow the rhythm of the column to continue on a flat wall surface.  This was known as

 

  Entablature.

 

 

  an Engaged Column.

 

 

  a Pilaster.

 

 

  a Composite Column.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 51

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Identify the appropriate structural system for the drawings shown. 

  Rib Vault.

 

 

  Groin Vault.

 

 

  Barrel Vault or Tunnel Vault.

 

 

  Post and Beam or Post and Lintel.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 52

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Skip to question text.

Identify the appropriate structural system for the drawings shown.

  Arch.

 

 

  Post and Beam or Post and Lintel.

 

 

  Barrel Vault or Tunnel Vault.

 

 

  Rib Vault.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 53

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Skip to question text.

Identify the appropriate structural system for the drawings shown.

.

  Spandrel.

 

 

  Post and Lintel or Post and Beam.

 

 

  Arch.

 

 

  Cantilever.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 54

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Identify the appropriate structural system for the drawings shown.

  Dome.

 

 

  Groin Vault.

 

 

  Arch.

 

 

  Rib Vault.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 55

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Identify the appropriate structural system for the drawings shown.

  Groin Vault.

 

 

  Barrel Vault or Tunnel Vault.

 

 

  Rib Vault.

 

 

  Arch.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 56

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Skip to question text.

Identify the appropriate structural system for the building shown.

  Rib Vault.

 

 

  Barrel Vault or Tunnel Vault.

 

 

  Arch.

 

 

  Dome.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 57

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Skip to question text.

Identify the appropriate structural system for the drawings shown.

  Rib Vault.

 

 

  Cantilever.

 

 

  Arch.

 

 

  Post and Beam or Post and Lintel.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 58

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Skip to question text.

Identify the appropriate structural system for the drawings shown.

  Rib Vault.

 

 

  Truss.

 

 

  Arch.

 

 

  Cantilever.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 59

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Identify the appropriate structural system for the drawings shown.

  Truss.

 

 

  Post and Beam or Post and Lintel.

 

 

  Cantilever.

 

 

  Arch.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 60

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Identify the part of the arch indicated.

  Keystone.

 

 

  Haunch.

 

 

  Crown.

 

 

  Spandrel.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 61

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Identify the part of the arch indicated.

  Haunch.

 

 

  Spring Line.

 

 

  Voussoir.

 

 

  Spandrel.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 62

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Identify the part of the arch indicated.

  Arcade.

 

 

  Haunch.

 

 

  Spandrel.

 

 

  Voussoirs.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 63

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Identify the piece of the arch indicated.

  Spandrel.

 

 

  Keystone.

 

 

  Crown.

 

 

  Voussoir.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 64

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Identify the piece(s) of the arch indicated.

  Keystones.

 

 

  Spandrel.

 

 

  Haunch.

 

 

  Voussoir.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 65

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Identify the part of the arch indicated.

  Span.

 

 

  Spandrel.

 

 

  Arcade.

 

 

  Springline.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 66

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The transition point at which the arch evolves from a vertical to a curve is the 

  Springline.

 

 

  Spandrel.

 

 

  Span.

 

 

  Centering.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 67

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The wooden formwork on which an arch is constructed is called 

  the Spandrel.

 

 

  the Arcade.

 

 

  the Springlines.

 

 

  Centering.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 68

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A series of arches in a single wall is called

  an Arcade.

 

 

  a Spandrel.

 

 

  a Span.

 

 

  a Barrel Vault or Tunnel Vault.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 69

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The horizontal force that occurs in arch systems of construction is known as

  Compression.

 

 

  Tension.

 

 

  Wrong!!! There are only vertical forces in arch systems.

 

 

  Thrust.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 70

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Vitruvius identified ancient Greek and Roman column types as "Orders".  The 3 Greek "Orders" were

  Doric, Ionic and Composite.

 

 

  Doric, Ionic and Corinthian.

 

 

  Ionic, Corinthian and Tuscan.

 

 

  Doric, Corinthian and Composite.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 71

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Vitruvius identified ancient Greek and Roman column types as "Orders".  The 5 Roman "Orders" were

  Wrong!!! The Romans had only 3 orders, "Veni, vini, veci."

 

 

  Doric, Ionic, Corinthian, Tuscan and Composite.

 

 

  Doric, Ionic, Corinthian, Tuscan and Tuscan Doric.

 

 

  Doric, Ionic, Tuscan, Composite and the Arch.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 72

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Skip to question text.

Given the drawing of a classical Greek column, identify the "Order" or style shown.

  Ionic.

 

 

  Doric.

 

 

  Corinthian.

 

 

  Tuscan.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 73

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Skip to question text.

Given the drawing of a classical Greek column, identify the "Order" or style shown.

  Composite.

 

 

  Doric.

 

 

  Corinthian.

 

 

  Ionic.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 74

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Skip to question text.

Given the drawing of a classical Greek column, identify the "Order" or style shown.

  Doric.

 

 

  Tuscan Composite.

 

 

  Ionic.

 

 

  Corinthian.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 75

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Skip to question text.

Given the drawing of a classical Greek column, identify the "Order" or style shown.

  Ionic.

 

 

  Tuscan

 

 

  Doric.

 

 

  Tuscan Doric.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 76

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Skip to question text.

Given the drawing of a classical Greek column, identify the "Order" or style shown.

  Doric.

 

 

  Corinthian.

 

 

  Composite.

 

 

  Ionic.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 77

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Skip to question text.

Given the drawing of a classical Greek column, identify the "Order" or style shown.

 

 

  Corinthian.

 

 

  Tuscan.

 

 

  Composite.

 

 

  Doric.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 78

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Skip to question text.

Given the drawings of the Greek and Roman "Orders" shown, identify the part indicated.

  Entablature.

 

 

  Triglyph.

 

 

  Cornice.

 

 

  Capital.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 79

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Skip to question text.

Given the drawings of the Greek and Roman "Orders" shown, identify the part indicated.

  Entablature.

 

 

  Cornice.

 

 

  Capital.

 

 

  Lintel.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 80

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Skip to question text.

Given the drawings of the Greek and Roman "Orders" shown, identify the part indicated.

  Capital.

 

 

  Shaft.

 

 

  Cornice.

 

 

  Frieze.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 81

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Skip to question text.

Given the drawings of the Greek and Roman "Orders" shown, identify the part indicated.

 

 

  Capital.

 

 

  Architrave.

 

 

  Shaft.

 

 

  Post.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 82

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Skip to question text.

Given the drawings of the Greek and Roman "Orders" shown, identify the part indicated.

  Volute.

 

 

  Base.

 

 

  Shaft.

 

 

  Post.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 83

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Skip to question text.

Given the drawings of the Greek and Roman "Orders" shown, identify the part indicated.

  Triglyph and Metopes.

 

 

  Frieze and Architrave.

 

 

  Stylobate and Stereobate.

 

 

  Acanthus and Volute.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 84

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Skip to question text.

Given the drawings of the Greek and Roman "Orders" shown, identify the part indicated.

  Cornice.

 

 

  Triglyph.

 

 

  Capital.

 

 

  Entablature.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 85

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Skip to question text.

Given the drawings of the Greek and Roman "Orders" shown, identify the part indicated.

  Capital.

 

 

  Entablature.

 

 

  Lintel.

 

 

  Architrave.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 86

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Skip to question text.

Given the drawings of the Greek and Roman "Orders" shown, identify the part indicated.

  Capital.

 

 

  Shaft.

 

 

  Cornice.

 

 

  Frieze.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 87

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Skip to question text.

Given the drawings of the Greek and Roman "Orders" shown, identify the part indicated.

  Architrave.

 

 

  Shaft.

 

 

  Acanthus.

 

 

  Arcade.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 88

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Skip to question text.

Given the drawings of the Greek and Roman "Orders" shown, identify the part indicated.

  Stylobate and Stereobate.

 

 

  Volutes.

 

 

  Frieze and Architrave.

 

 

  Tryglyph and Metope.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 89

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The apparent "bulging" of the column shaft is known as "entasis".

  True

 

 

  False

 

 

 

 

 

Question 90

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The vertical scalloped lines on the shaft of a column are referred to as

 

  Echinus.

 

 

  Acanthus.

 

 

  Flutes.

 

 

  Volutes.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 91

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The decorative plant-like element on the capital in the Corinthian Order is the

                             

  Metope.

 

 

  Volute.

 

 

  Frieze.

 

 

  Acanthus.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 92

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A good example of a building that utilizes the truss as a structural element is the

  Lever House (S.O.M.).

 

 

  The Pyramids (Imhotep).

 

 

  Seagram Building (Mies van der Rohe + Philip Johnson).

 

 

  Thorncrown Chapel (E. Fay Jones).

 

 

 

 

 

Question 93

1 / 1 pts

The inventor of the Geodesic Dome and the Dymaxion Map was

  Tadao Ando.

 

 

  Le Corbusier.

 

 

  R. Buckminster Fuller.

 

 

  Walter Gropius.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 94

1 / 1 pts

A pioneer of thin-shell concrete structures was Mexican architect

  Luis Barrigan.

 

 

  Ricardo Leggoretto.

 

 

  Felix Candela.

 

 

  Antonio Gaudi.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 95

0 / 1 pts

Unlike Lois Sullivan's Guaranty Building (1892), Mies van der Rohe's and Philip Johnson's Seagram
Building (1955) shows little respect for historic precedence (e.g. Base, Shaft,
Capital).

  True

 

 

  False

 

 

 

 

 

Question 96

1 / 1 pts

TWA Terminal at Kennedy International Airport, Dulles Airport and the St. Louis Arch (Jefferson Gateway Arch) were designed by

  Eero Saarinen.

 

 

  Alvar Aalto.

 

 

  Walter Gropius.

 

 

  Minuro Yamasaski.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 97

1 / 1 pts

A pioneer of cable-supported Tensile Structures was

  Frei Otto.

 

 

  Le Corbusier.

 

 

  Mies van der Rohe.

 

 

  Philip Johnson.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 98

1 / 1 pts

The USF Sun Dome roof, now supported by tension cables, was originally designed and constructed as an "Air-Supported" structure. 

  True

 

 

  False

 

 

 

 

 

Question 99

1 / 1 pts

The architect responsible for the design of the new Florida Polytechnic University in Lakeland was

  Renzo Piano.

 

 

  Frank Gehry.

 

 

  Frank Lloyd Wright.

 

 

  Santiago Calatrava.

 

 

 

 

 

Question 100

1 / 1 pts

The construction of the Brooklyn Bridge would not have been possible without the efforts of

 

John Roebling, Washington Roebling and Emily Roebling.

 

 

 

John Roebling and Emily Roebling.

 

 

 

Washington Roebling and Emily Roebling.

 

 

 

John Roebling and Washington Roebling.

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