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Watch a preview:chapter 1 / lesson 1Tudor Revival Architecture: Characteristics & History
Course SummaryLearn all about different architectural styles using our detailed study guide. You can quickly review modern, Gothic, colonial and many other styles before taking an exam, in preparation for class discussions or simply to fulfill your own personal interest.
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This resource provides a quick and easy way to go over different architectural styles. The lessons contained in this course address a wide range of architectural styles, from ancient to modern. Our instructors guide you through the different types of architecture using plenty of examples and detailed definitions. They'll explain key characteristics of each style and detail when and how these styles were used. This material is presented through short, engaging lessons. The lessons are accompanied by brief self-assessment quizzes you can use to determine how much you have taken away from each lesson and whether you need further review of any topic.
From architecture students to professionals, many different types of learners can find these lessons useful.
- Students looking to supplement their classroom materials, get help with research projects or expand their understanding of specific architecture styles.
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- Professionals interested in learning more about specific architectural styles can use these resources for inspiration or reference purposes.
- Casual learners can use this course to learn more about architectural styles they might have seen in their own cities or cities they have visited.
- Overview of architectural styles
- Aspects of architectural styles used in ancient empires
- Characteristics of art nouveau, Baroque, neoclassical and Gothic architectural styles
- Colonial, European and Rococo architectural styles
- Details about Revival and Renaissance Revival architecture
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