Department of History of Architecture and Monuments - courses

Head of Department: János Krähling PhD

Courses given by the Department
(Most of the courses given in Hungarian, otherwise shown behind course' name.)

Mandatory

Course's Neptun code: BMEEPETA101
Head of course: Péter Rabb PhD senior lecturer
Credit: 3
Requirement for credit: exam
Lecture hours (per week): 2
Practical hours (per week): 1
Link to department's website:


The course gives an overview of the architecture in the first period of the evolution of human culture. The classes follow chronology – mainly in the first part of the course – with focusing on the development of building constructions and the development of settlements.
Prehistory: Palaeolithic human claim to space, from the cave to the hut. Building activity of Neolithic peasants, one-celled houses and fortified settlements. Introduction to building construction in the Near East and Europe.
In the second part the course gives an overview of the vernacular architecture of the world. Native architecture: comparative outline of the architecture of hunting, pastoral and farming peoples. Construction, building materials and decorations. Native American, African and European architecture.
The practical lessons show details were delivered in the lecture before. The drawings drawn by students help them to understand the colourful world of common and rural architecture.
 

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Course's Neptun code: BMEEPETA201
Head of course: Tamás Mezős PhD professor
Credit: 3
Requirement for credit: term mark
Lecture hours (per week): 2
Practical hours (per week): 1
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Basic topics: Ancient civilizations. The Sumer millenium. From Old Babylon to Parthians. Millenium of pyramids. New Kingdom, Ptolemaic age. Greek temenos, temple, town. Greek public buildings. Roman town, house types. Roman temples. Roman public buildings. Roman palaces. Practical themes: simplified column-orders, Ur house, zikkurat, temple, apadana – its elevation, akhaimendian rock grave, pyramid ensemble, Khonsu temple, Egyptian house. Ur towertemple – axonometric view, Khonsu temple – half-axonometric view, Greek Doric order – details. Greek temple – half axonometric view, Greek Ionic order – details. Colosseum type elevation, house-types, Greek Corinthian order – details,  Roman vaults and domes. Pantheon. Basilical construction.

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Course's Neptun code: BMEEPETA301
Head of course: László Attila Daragó DLA associate professor
Credit: 3
Requirement for credit: exam
Lecture hours (per week): 2
Practical hours (per week): 1
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The architecture of the Late Roman Empire. The born of Christianity and its „Necessity architecture”. The born of the monumental Christian architecture – Early Christian architecture in Rome. – Early Christian architecture in the eastern  Provinces:  Palestine,  North  Africa,  Syria  –  Late  Roman  and  Oriental  traditions.  Early Byzantine architecture in Thessalonica and in Constantinople. Load bearing structures of the Early Christian period. Different types of barrel vaults, Roman-type cross vault.  – Syrian influences in Armenia.  The „Iconoclasm” and the aftermath in Greece. Architecture in the radius of influence of Byzantium. The comparison of the basilicas in Rome and in Syria.  – Ravenna.  The  penetration  of  Christian  architecture  into  barbarian  Europe  –  „Scattered monuments”.  Byzantine vaulting systems. The main stream of the Romanesque architecture:  the Carolingian architecture with the „evangelizer” Benedictine movements, the three periods of the German-Roman Empire. The Langobard architecture in North-Italy.  The Romanesque vaulting systems:  Romanesque cross vault, Sexpartite vaulting, „groin-rib” vaulting.  Squire-bayed and free vaulting systems – the pointed arch.  Basilica and „false basilica” type space organization.  – The retrospective interregional influences in Romanesque architecture.  – Antique influences. Byzantine influences. The progressive interregional influences in Romanesque architecture – monastic movements:  Benedictine and Cistercian, Norman „Imperial” Romanesque  architecture.  Morphology of medieval detailing. The Early French Gothic cathedrals. – The flourishing period of the French cathedrals, and its influences in South-France, in England, in Germany and in Italy. Interregional influences in gothic architecture: Cistercian gothic formations, the Franciscan and Dominican movements.  – The special characteristics of English and German gothic architecture. Late gothic vaulting systems: Cylindrical (or net vaults) and Spherical (or stellar) vaults. Halls and false-halls – Civic movements in Late Gothic in Germany and the proto-renaissance in Italy. Medieval secular architecture.

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Course's Neptun code: BMEEPETA401
Head of course: János Krähling PhD professor
Credit: 3
Requirement for credit: exam
Lecture hours (per week): 2
Practical hours (per week): 1
Link to department's website:


Brunelleschi and the early renaissance architecture in Tuscany. The evolution of the renaissance palace in Florence and in the Northern regions of Italy. The architect and scholar Leon Battista Alberti. Bramante and and the influence of his circle in the first half of the 16th century. Michelangelo Buonarroti architect. Renaissance in Lombardy and Venice. Mannerist architecture. The late sixteenth century: Palladio and Vignola. Urban development and early baroque architecture in Rome under Pope Sixtus V. The architecture of Lorenzo Bernini and Francesco Borromini. Baroque in Venice and in Piemont. Architecture in France in the 16-17th centuries. Baroque in central Europe: Austria, Bohemia and Germany. 

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Course's Neptun code: BMEEPETA501
Head of course: Ágnes Gyetvainé Balogh PhD senior lecturer
Credit: 3
Requirement for credit: term mark
Lecture hours (per week): 2
Practical hours (per week): 1
Link to department's website:


The period of this History of Architecture subject is the “long nineteenth century” from the 1750s to the 1910s. In this era the architecture and the art turned to the past, to the previous styles using them in a new approach.  The architects had discovered the history of art and artistic liberty at the same time. At the turn of the 20th century the art and also the architecture searched for new ways instead of using historical architectural elements or motifs. The changes led to the Modern Movement when buildings were being erected without decoration or ornaments in the first quarter of the 20th century.
This period was divided into different eras, but these types of periodization were different in different countries and changed in the course of the 20th century. Beside the question of styles 19th century is important not only because of the appearing of new structures and materials in the architecture but because of the great development in the field of the functional planning. While following the timeline, the classes concentrate on the development of the styles in several areas of Europe (Great Britain, France, Germany, Russia) looking out to the United States of America too, because there the styles reflected the European ones.
 

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2015-05-06 14:37
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPETT611
Head of course: Tamás Mezős PhD professor
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: term mark
Lecture hours (per week): 2
Link to department's website:


The course gives an overview on history and theory of the architectural preservation in Europe and Hungary. Presents the evaluation of the way of thinking from purism to the modern practice of restoration. It is an important part, when national and international documents and theoretic papers are discussed, form Morris and Ruskin’s work, over Boito’s “Prima carta del restauro” (1883) to Krakow Charter 2000.
Following the historic part some technical aspects of preservation are discussed, i.e. surveying methods and techniques, non-destructive and destructive building archaeological methods etc. The brief introduction to building archaeology helps to understand the importance of theoretic reconstruction of independent building phases of the historic monument. The detailed discussion of the topic is part of the Preservation of historic buildings 2 – Building archaeology elective subject.
The third part is dealing with architectural and design-methodological questions of preservation. Especially the architectural problems of presentation of archaeological heritage, the reuse and functional problems of industrial and vernacular buildings for modern purposes.
 

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Course's Neptun code: BMEEPETO601
Head of course: András Szalai DLA associate professor
Credit: 3
Requirement for credit: term mark
Lecture hours (per week): 3
Link to department's website:


The course gives an overview of the architecture in the 20-21st centuries. The classes follow chronology with focusing on the works of some great architects: Modernism and Modern Movement. Architecture between the two world wars – De Stijl, Bauhaus, Russian Constructivism, Less is more – Architecture of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Toward a New Architecture – Architecture of Le Corbusier. The Nordic Classicist Tradition – Architecture of E. G. Asplund and S. Lewerentz. Alvar Aalto and the modern Finnish architecture. In the second part the course picks up some relevant architectural trends: New Empiricism, New Humanism, New Brutalism and the Team X, the way from large housing estates to architecture without architects. Unfolding post-modern architecture, participation and the Las Vegas strip, Colin Rowe’s studio, Critical Regionalism. The third part concentrates on timely problems: new materials or the multi-sensorial experience of space and surface, Rem Koolhaas’s Dirty Realism, new technology and digital perception, architecture of seduction.

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Course's Neptun code: BMEEPETO699
Head of course: János Krähling PhD professor
Credit: 0
Requirement for credit: Nincs adat
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The complex exam (BMEEPETO699) is mandatory for students following the new education system. The complex exam comprehends the architecture of classical antique, the medieval, the Early Modern (renaissance and baroque) and the 19th century periods.
The main purpose of the exam is to summarise main tendencies in history of architecture that determined the forming of the architectural space in different historic periods. Exam topics are based on the History of Architecture 1 - 5 courses, a list is available in the department
 

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Course's Neptun code: BMEEPETT601
Head of course: Balázs Halmos PhD senior lecturer
Credit: 3
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 3
Link to department's website:

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Course's Neptun code: BMEEPETB701
Head of course: Tamás Mezős PhD professor
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: term mark
Lecture hours (per week): 2
Link to department's website:

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2015-05-06 14:39
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPETS711
Head of course: László Attila Daragó DLA associate professor
Credit: 6
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 6
Link to department's website:

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Course's Neptun code: BMEEPETB711
Head of course: Name of course's head is missing in Neptun
Credit: 3
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 3
Link to department's website:

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Course's Neptun code: BMEEPETT701
Head of course: János Krähling PhD professor
Credit: 3
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 3
Link to department's website:

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2015-05-06 14:44
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPETT721
Head of course: András Szalai DLA associate professor
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: exam
Lecture hours (per week): 2
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Beginnings of the art: the pictures of the cavemen. – Ancient art of the East: Egypt. – Classical art of the Antiquity: Greek and Roman art. – Early Christian and Medieval art. – Renaissance and Baroque art. – The art at the age of Enlightenment:  Gothic revival, Classical revival, Classicism. – Romanticism, Realism, Impressionism, Postimpressionism. Bibliography: Ernst H. Gombrich: The Story of Art, Phaidon, 1995; Michael Levey: A History of Western  Art;  and  other  (selected)  books  of  WORLD  OF  ART  series:  Thames  and  Hudson,  Oxford  University Press; etc.

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Course's Neptun code: BMEEPETS811
Head of course: László Attila Daragó DLA associate professor
Credit: 6
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 10
Link to department's website:

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Course's Neptun code: BMEEPETO801
Head of course: János Krähling PhD professor
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: term mark
Lecture hours (per week): 2
Link to department's website:


The subject History of Architecture in Hungary I. aims to present and analyze the architecture of historic Hungary in European and domestic context from the history of Pannonia to the end of Baroque. The principle of the presentation is the chronological interdependence, however, particular attention is given to the main trends within the different periods as the main stylistic tendencies or external and internal factors that determine the historical and architectural context. A great emphasis is given to the exploration of the connections between the European and Hungarian history of architecture.
Lecture topics include: The beginnings of architecture in the Carpathian Basin. Roman architecture in Hungary. Early medieval architecture in Hungary - Christian Architecture between West and East. The flourishing Romanesque and the beginnings of Gothic Architecture. The rise of Gothic Architecture - architecture in towns and Gothic architecture of the orders. The beginning and the first period of the renaissance till the middle of th 16th century. The architecture of fortified palaces and fortifications. The renaissance architecture in Transylvania. The beginnings of the baroque in Western Hungary in the 17th century. The High Baroque in Hungary.  
 

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2015-05-06 14:41
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPETT811
Head of course: László Attila Daragó DLA associate professor
Credit: 10
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 10
Link to department's website:

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Course's Neptun code: BMEEPETT911
Head of course: László Attila Daragó DLA associate professor
Credit: 10
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 10
Link to department's website:

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Course's Neptun code: BMEEPETT999
Head of course: János Krähling PhD professor
Credit: 0
Requirement for credit: Nincs adat
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The final global exam (BMEEPETT999) comprehends the architecture of Historic Hungary from the Roman period to the end of the 20th century. The main purpose of the exam is to summarise main tendencies in history of architecture in Hungary which determined the forming of the architectural space in different stylistic periods. Special attention is given to the parallels of European Architecture.
The compulsory subjects of History of Architecture 6. (BMEEPETO601) and History of Architecture in Hungary I. (BMEEPETO801) had to be successfully finished. Students can only add the Final Global Exam course on condition that they have met the preliminary requirements. Students must enrol onto the course of History of Architecture in Hungary II. (BMEEPETO901) parallel and are able to register for an exam if the mid-term mark and credits are absolved.
 

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2015-05-06 14:45
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPETS911
Head of course: László Attila Daragó DLA associate professor
Credit: 6
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 6
Link to department's website:

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2016-02-01 10:34
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPETO901
Head of course: Zorán Vukoszávlyev PhD associate professor
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: term mark
Lecture hours (per week): 2
Link to department's website:


The course gives an overview of Hungarian architecture from the end of the 18th century up to now. While following the timeline, the classes concentrate on the main problems of the investigated periods, like the question of historicism, international and national sources between the 2 Wars, socialist realism in the 1950s, technology and high-rise in the 1960s, built environment in the 1970s, post-modernism in the 1980s. As the problem of identity (national or regional architecture) is a recurrent theme through the whole period, the course pays a special attention to it.

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Course's Neptun code: BMEEPETM1T1
Head of course: Tamás Mezős PhD professor
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: exam
Lecture hours (per week): 3
Link to department's website:


The course gives an overview of the architecture in the 20-21st centuries. The classes follow chronology with focusing on the works of some great architects: Modernism and Modern Movement. Architecture between the two world wars – De Stijl, Bauhaus, Russian Constructivism, Less is more – Architecture of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Toward a New Architecture – Architecture of Le Corbusier. The Nordic Classicist Tradition – Architecture of E. G. Asplund and S. Lewerentz. Alvar Aalto and the modern Finnish architecture. In the second part the course picks up some relevant architectural trends: New Empiricism, New Humanism, New Brutalism and the Team X, the way from large housing estates to architecture without architects. Unfolding post-modern architecture, participation and the Las Vegas strip, Colin Rowe’s studio, Critical Regionalism. The third part concentrates on timely problems: new materials or the multi-sensorial experience of space and surface, Rem Koolhaas’s Dirty Realism, new technology and digital perception, architecture of seduction.

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2016-01-28 13:34
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPETM2T1
Head of course: Tamás Mezős PhD professor
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: exam
Lecture hours (per week): 2
Link to department's website:

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Course's Neptun code: BMEEPETT711
Head of course: András Szalai DLA associate professor
Credit: 8
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 8
Link to department's website:

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2015-05-06 14:44
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPETTD01
Head of course: László Attila Daragó DLA associate professor
Credit: 30
Requirement for credit: Nincs adat
Practical hours (per week): 30
Link to department's website:

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2015-05-06 14:43
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPETO921
Head of course: András Szalai DLA associate professor
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: exam
Lecture hours (per week): 2
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The course aims at awakening and strengthening the students’ abilities, interest, to reflect on architectural design, in accordance with their own cultural background, in the original spirit of theorizing: thinking of, looking at, with freedom and criticism. Considering the special and unique position of this continuous reflective activity as an operative and constitutive part of the architectural design practice, the course not only picks up special themes of history and contemporary discourses,  but also concentrates on mobilizing the students practical and theoretical skills, already acquired during their previous studies.

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2015-08-04 17:34
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPETA980
Head of course: János Krähling PhD professor
Credit: 0
Requirement for credit: Nincs adat
Link to department's website:

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2015-05-06 14:38

Optional

Course's Neptun code: BMEEPETSD01
Head of course: László Attila Daragó DLA associate professor
Credit: 30
Requirement for credit: Nincs adat
Practical hours (per week): 30
Link to department's website:

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Course's Neptun code: BMEEPETM1TX
Head of course: Name of course's head is missing in Neptun
Credit: 10
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 10
Link to department's website:

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2015-05-06 14:39
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPETM2TX
Head of course: Name of course's head is missing in Neptun
Credit: 10
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 10
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Course's Neptun code: BMEEPET0443
Head of course: Name of course's head is missing in Neptun
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: exam
Lecture hours (per week): 2
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2015-09-04 14:42
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPET0449
Head of course: Zorán Vukoszávlyev PhD associate professor
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: term mark
Lecture hours (per week): 2
Link to department's website:

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Course's Neptun code: BMEEPET0444
Head of course: Zorán Vukoszávlyev PhD associate professor
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: term mark
Lecture hours (per week): 2
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Course's Neptun code: BMEEPET0446
Head of course: Name of course's head is missing in Neptun
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: exam
Lecture hours (per week): 2
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Course's Neptun code: BMEEPET0408
Head of course: János Krähling PhD professor
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: exam
Lecture hours (per week): 2
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HISTORY OF THEORY OF ARCHITECTURE 2.

BMEEPET0408 
The course presents, exposes and explains the most important constituent facts, selected from the innumerable different intellectual reflections of the twentieth century and the second millennium, as a rich and simultaneous interplay of parallel stories, either promoting, or opposing each other. It doesn’t interpret history as a homogeneously evolving story, emerging from the past, but at the same time, it doesn’t deny the importance and operative function of creating histories. Instead of a simple, successive presentation of well-known historical facts, or a collection of fashionable notions, topics and themes, it rather concentrates on exploring their synchronic functional relationships and finding creative and relevant conclusions.
 
1. Introduction, theory and history in the 20th century.
2. Dominant modern reflections: Riegl, Loos Corbusier
3. Science, technology, art, future, constituent parts of the modern identity
Submission and discussion of first paper.
4. Great histories of modern architecture. History, or theory?
5. The destructions of modern technologies. Totalitarian regimes, and the war. Post war time, neo-technicism and total utopias of the sixties, Banham, Archigram.
6. Rediscovery of the operative function of history. Kahn, Venturi. Vulgar modernism and vulgar historicism.
Submission and discussion of second paper.
7. The global, the regional, the rural, the archaic. Structuralism, accidentism.
8. Positive and negative side of modern urbanism.
9. Beyond modern histories. Critical theories anthologies. Presence and representation. Deconstruction, phenomenology, hermeneutics.
Submission and discussion of third paper.

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2015-12-14 11:34
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPET0414
Head of course: Zorán Vukoszávlyev PhD associate professor
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: term mark
Lecture hours (per week): 2
Link to department's website:

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Elective

Course's Neptun code: BMEEPET0409
Head of course: Name of course's head is missing in Neptun
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: exam
Lecture hours (per week): 2
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Course's Neptun code: BMEEPET0420
Head of course: Name of course's head is missing in Neptun
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: exam
Lecture hours (per week): 2
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Course's Neptun code: BMEEPET0415
Head of course: Name of course's head is missing in Neptun
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: exam
Lecture hours (per week): 2
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Course's Neptun code: BMEEPET0410
Head of course: János Krähling PhD professor
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: exam
Lecture hours (per week): 2
Link to department's website:

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Course's Neptun code: BMEEPET0426
Head of course: Name of course's head is missing in Neptun
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: exam
Lecture hours (per week): 2
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2015-09-04 14:41
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPET0451
Head of course: Miklós Kalmár PhD ret. associate professor
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: term mark
Lecture hours (per week): 2
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Course's Neptun code: BMEEPET0416
Head of course: Name of course's head is missing in Neptun
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: exam
Lecture hours (per week): 2
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2015-09-04 14:40
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPET0445
Head of course: Tamás Mezős PhD professor
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 2
Link to department's website:

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2015-09-04 14:42
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPET0411
Head of course: Tamás Mezős PhD professor
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 2

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Course's Neptun code: BMEEPET0431
Head of course: János Krähling PhD professor
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: term mark
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2015-05-06 14:53
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPET0406
Head of course: János Krähling PhD professor
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: exam
Lecture hours (per week): 2
Link to department's website:

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2015-09-04 14:40
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPET0452
Head of course: Miklós Kalmár PhD ret. associate professor
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: term mark
Lecture hours (per week): 2
Link to department's website:

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2015-09-04 14:44
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPET0417
Head of course: Péter Rabb PhD senior lecturer
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: exam
Lecture hours (per week): 2
Link to department's website:

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2015-09-04 14:41
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPET0412
Head of course: Name of course's head is missing in Neptun
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: exam
Lecture hours (per week): 2
Link to department's website:

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2015-09-04 14:40
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPET0434
Head of course: János Krähling PhD professor
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: term mark
Practical hours (per week): 2
Link to department's website:

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Last updated from Neptun:
2015-09-04 14:42
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPET0407
Head of course: János Krähling PhD professor
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: exam
Lecture hours (per week): 2
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The subject History of Theory of Architecture I. follows the structure of preliminary architectural history courses focusing on the determinant theories of architecture of different periods. The exploration of the most important tendencies and notions of theory of architecture is based on the preliminary history of architecture studies in an essentially chronological structure, evaluating them in critical analysis and searching their role in the history of ideas. Lecture topics include: Categories and concepts of theory in the history of architecture from antiquity to the raise of modernism in the beginning of the 20th century. Vitruvius and his interpretations. Architectural theory in the Middle Ages from early Christianity to late Gothic period. Humanism and the revival of antique architecture in the 15th. The column orders and commentaries on Vitruvius; the theory of the ideal city. Baroque in the reform of the catholic church. Academic movement in France and Classicism in Italy in the 17th . Theory of architecture in France in the 18th century. Enlightenment and revolutionary architecture. 19th century theories in England, France and Germany; the interpretation of medieval and classical heritage. The dilemma of eclecticism. Pioneers of modernism and their manifests. The pluralism in the interpretation of architectural space; architecture and philosophy.

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2015-09-04 14:40
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPET0453
Head of course: Péter Rabb PhD senior lecturer
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: term mark
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Course's Neptun code: BMEEPET0418
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2015-09-04 14:41
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPET0447
Head of course: Péter Rabb PhD senior lecturer
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: term mark
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Course's Neptun code: BMEEPET0413
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2015-09-04 14:40
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPET0442
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2015-09-04 14:42
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPET0419
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Credit: 2
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Last updated from Neptun:
2015-09-04 14:41
Course's Neptun code: BMEEPET0448
Head of course: Péter Rabb PhD senior lecturer
Credit: 2
Requirement for credit: term mark
Lecture hours (per week): 2
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2015-09-04 14:43

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