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Mark the right answer:Question 1In approaching architecture as an art,we cannot separate aesthetic properties fromPRICE OF THE BUILDINGPRACTICAL OR FUNCTIONAL PROPERTIES.THE LIFE OF THE ARTISTNONE OF THE ABOVEQuestion 2Post-and-lintel structure consists ofHORIZONTAL BEAMS LAIDACROSS THE OPEN SPACES BETWEEN VERTICAL SUP-PORTS.A STRUCTURE MADE OF PLASTERA FAMOUS ARCHITECTURE BY GAUDIthe modern architecture in EuropeQuestion 3The three basic Greekorders isFIRST, SECOND, AND THIRD DIMENSIONCOLUMN, CAPITAL, TOPIONIC, DORIC, AND CORINTHIAN.NONE OF THE ABOVEQuestion 4The formula used to create the Greek Parthenon wasPYTHAGORA’S FORMULAEUCLID’S FORMULASTHE FORMULA OF SQUARE BUILDINGTHE GOLDEN RATIO OR FIBONACCIQuestion 5the bearing-wall system,THE WALL SUPPORTSITSELF, THE FLOORS, AND THE ROOF.THE WALL IS CONNECTED BY BEAMSTHE WALL IS HIGH AND SRAIGHTTHE WALL CREATES AN ILLUSION OF NON-GRAVITYQuestion 6An architectural design must take into account its context, or environment. In manycases, context isTHE SHAPE AND VALUE OF THE BUILDINGTHE ROLE THE BUILDING PLAYS IN SOCIETYESSENTIAL TO THE STATEMENT MADE BY THE DESIGN OR SHAPES THE DESIGN ITSELFNONE OF THE ABOVEQuestion 7architecture, passivesystems refers toDESIGNS WHICH HAVE A SOFT MATERIAL IN THE FRONTDESIGNS WHICH DISPLAY A POLITICAL STATEMENTDESIGNS WHICH CREATE RELAXATION IN THE ESPECTATORDESIGNS WHICH ACCOMMODATESNATURAL PHENOMENA RATHER THAN ADDINGTECHNOLOGICAL DEVICES .Question 8The tallest building in the world isBURJ KHALIFANOTRE DAME CATHEDRALEMPIRE STATE BUILDINGTHE TAJ MAHALQuestion 9Which of these architecture is an example of a building designed to reflect the natural characteristicsof its environment.FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT’S “FALLING WATER”CONRAD AND FLEISHMAN’S THE CHURCH OF THE HOLY FAMILYFRANK GEHRY’S DISNEY HALLSKIDMORE, OWINGS, & MERRILL, BURJ KHALIFA,Question 10A favorite device of Le Corbusier wasARCHCANTILEVERDORIC COLUMS

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