|Course title||World Architecture of the 20th Century 1|
|Organizational form of instruction||Lecture|
|Level of course||Bachelor|
|Year of study||not specified|
|Number of ECTS credits||3|
|Language of instruction||Czech|
|Status of course||Compulsory|
|Form of instruction||Face-to-face|
|Work placements||This is not an internship|
|Recommended optional programme components||None|
Lecture brings a brief outline of the most important artistic movements and personalities of architecture in the 20th century: secession (V. Horta, A. Gaudí, H. P. Berlage, F. L. Wright, J. Kotěra), neo-classicism (A. Perret, H. Tessenow), expressionism and cubism (H. Poelzig, B. Taut, P. Janák, J. Gočár), purism and funktionalism (Le Corbusier, Mies van der Rohe, H. Meyer, B. Fuchs, J. Krejcar), brutalism (Le Corbusier, group Team 10, L. Kahn, in Czech Republic K. Filsak), modern regionalism (O. Niemeyer, J. Utzon, A. Siza, L. Snozzi), postmodernism (R. Venturi, Ch. Moore), high-tech-architecture (N. Foster, R. Rogers, in Czech Republic SIAL), deconstructivism (P. Eisenman, Z. Hadid) and minimalism (J. Herzog-P. de Meuron, D. Perrault, in Czech Republic E. Přikryl or J. Pleskot). Lecture mentiones also the examples of these movements in Olomouc.
|Learning activities and teaching methods|
Brief outline about the most important artistic movements of the Czech and foreign architecture of 20th century: Modern-style and Secession, neo-classicism, expressionism and cubism, purism and functionalism, brutalism, modern regionalism, postmodernism, high-tech, deconstructivism, minimalism.
Basic orientation in the World and Czech architecture of 20th century.
Subject is designated for students of Department of Art Education.
|Assessment methods and criteria|
The condition for obtaining of credit is student´s presence in the course.
|Study plans that include the course|
|Faculty||Study plan (Version)||Branch of study Category||Recommended year of study||Recommended semester|
|Faculty of Education||Visual arts with a focus on education (single-field) (BB14)||Pedagogy, teacher training and social care||3||Winter|
|Faculty of Education||Visual arts with a focus on education (single-field) (BB13)||Pedagogy, teacher training and social care||3||Winter|
|Faculty of Education||Visual arts with a focus on education (single-field) (BB15)||Pedagogy, teacher training and social care||3||Winter|