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DESIGN 275: Architectural Style Series: American Arts and Crafts, Architects Greene and Greene
- Discuss the Arts and Crafts movement, the lives and work of architects Charles and Henry Greene, and their collective impact on American design throughout the 20th century.
- Identify Craftsman-style bungalows, landscape designs of the period, and related architectural styles from the early 20th century.
- Recognize houses designed by Greene and Greene, and understand how they differ from other examples
Discuss and recognize landscapes designed by the Greenes, including early water-element designs from the 1910s and 1920s. This class will provide an overview of the American Arts and Crafts movement, including a summary of its roots in England, and will focus particularly on Charles and Henry Greene, architects who gave the movement its most sophisticated and sought-after expressions in home building and garden design in the early 20th century. We will trace the evolution of their work, from its early adherence to the prevailing Craftsman aesthetic to their unique, interpretation of Japonism and structural expressiveness in designs tailored for the California climate, topography and lifestyle. We will also look briefly at examples of 21st-century projects inspired by the Greenes’ work of a century ago.
- PSP Expertise: Landscape Designers
- PSP Focus: Architect/Designer
- PSP Level 200
0.17 IACET CEUs