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Architectural Theory:

Sustainable Design
Masters of architecture:
Daniel Burnham
Marcel Breuer
Moshe Safdie
Architectural Movement
Beaux Art
Sustainable
Architecture
The new generation of
architecture
Social Economic

Environment
SUSTAINABLE
DESIGN
“ELIMINATE
NEGATIVE
ENVIRONMENTAL
IMPACT
COMPLETELY
THROUGH
SKILLFUL,
SENSITIVE
DESIGN"
Sustainable
Architecture
is architecture that seeks
to minimize the negative
environmental impact of
buildings by efficiency and
moderation in the use of
materials, energy, and
development space and the
ecosystem at large.
Principles of
Sustainable
Design
Moderation
of use
Environmentally-
friendly building
materials
Energy
Efficiency
Innovation
Emotionally
Durable Design
Reuse and
Recycling
Biomimicry
Esplanade
Architect: DP Architects
Russell Johnson
Location: Marina Bay, Singapore
ARCHT. RENZO PIANO’s
California Academy of
Sciences
Renewable
Resource
Environmentally-friendly building
materials
Energy Efficiency
Innovation
Emotionally Durable Design
Reuse and Recycling
Biomimicry
Renewable Resource
Examples
Hanging gardens of One Central Park, Sydney
28 Broadway, Chippendale, Sydney
Architect: Foster and Partners, Ateliers Jean Nouvel and PTW
Architects
Owner: Frasers Property Group
Energy-plus-houses
at Freiburg-Vauban in
Germany
K2 sustainable apartments
in Windsor, Victoria, Australia by
DesignInc (2006)
Beddington Zero Energy
Development (BedZED)
architect Bill Dunster
Next generation
Masters of
Architecture
Daniel Burnham
Make no little
plans;
“ They have no
magic to stir
men’s blood
American architect
and
Urban designer
◇ Took a leading role in the
creation of master plans for the
development of a number of cities,
including Chicago, Manila and
downtown Washington, D.C.
◇He also designed several famous
buildings;
Flatiron
Building

(formerly the Fuller Building)


Manhattan, New York.
Washington Union
Station
One
Calvert
Plaza

formerly the Continental Trust Company


Building
Notable
Commissions
Philippines
Burnham's Plan for Manila
Negros Occidental Provincial Capitol
Building
Capitol of Lingayen Pangasinan
Architect RALPH HARRINGTON DOANE
Design by DANIEL BURNHAM
United
States of
America
The Mall
(Cleveland)
Postal Square Building
Merchants Exchange Building
(San Francisco)
Union Station
(Pennsylvania Station)
Marcel Breuer
“If we design
things in such a
way that they
function correctly
“ and are not in
each other’s way,
then they are
complete.”
Wassily Chair
Stillman House
Saint John's Abbey,
Collegeville
Gropius House
Moshe Safdie
“Architecture
should be rooted
in the past, and

“ yet be part of
our own time and
forward
looking.”
Habitat 67
Kauffman Center for the
Performing Arts
Yitzhak Rabin Center
Museum of Civilisation, Quebec City

Musée de la civilisation
National Gallery of Canada
United States Institute of Peace Headquarters
BEAUX
ARTS
ARCHITECTURE
BALUSTRADE
BANDED RESTRICTIONS
FLAT OR LOW PITCH
ROOF
MASONRY EXTERIOR
PROMINENT COLUMNS
SCULPTURAL ELEMENTS
SYMMETRICAL FACADE
NOTABLE ARCHITECTS
AND THEIR WORKS
CASS GILBERT
UNITED STATES
SUPREME COURT
WOOLWORTH BUILDING
CHARLE
S
MCKIM

BOSTON PUBLIC LIBRARY


HENRY HOBSON
RICHARDSON
THOMAS CRANE PUBLIC
OLD COLONY STATION
MARSHALL FIELD

WHOLESALE STORE
STANFORD WHITE
UNIVERSITY OF
CLUBHOUSE
NEWPORT RHODE
DANIEL BURNHAM
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