UNIVERSITY of SYDNEY
FACULTY of ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN & PLANNING
Bachelor of Design in Architecture
Design Studies 1B
Course Code: DESA1102
Selecting two different buildings from two different periods you have studied in the course in Semester 2(我已经写在论文题目里面了,一个建筑物是noeclassicism时期的,一个建筑物是Andrea Palladio设计的,最好是最具代表性的), you are required to write a 2,000 word essay which demonstrates an analysis of your chosen buildings, which will critically consider the following question:
How do the use of the buildings’ materials, structural systems and plan relate to and determine the functional qualities of your chosen buildings with regard to the cultures that built them?
Your essay should have an concise introduction as well as a considered conclusion, attempting to draw together the above-outlined aspects, ie, materials, structure and plan of the topic. You will need to be mindful of the technical possibilities of different materials, different structural systems and plan types.The Essay is provided by UK Assignment
Your essay should be illustrated with well-captioned images cross-referenced to the text. Each caption should be identified by its figure number, caption and a citation of the source of the illustration using the short citation method (see below for citation details).
Your essay will be illustrated by appropriate representations of your chosen buildings (plans, exteriors, interiors, details, etc) which may be taken from any published or other graphic source. Your illustrations could be freehand drawings, photocopies or electronic images (or a combination of techniques), and of sufficient clarity to illustrate your interpretation. Appropriate references and a bibliography must be provided in your essay. All essays must be produced by word processor.
Referencing Guide: Footnotes or endnotes
Your essay must be furnished with adequate foot- or endnotes in accordance with the referencing guide set out below.
I expect each of you to read books and conduct scholarly academic research, not download from the Internet. Your references and sources may be comprised of no more than 10% of Internet sources.
For the purposes of writing your assignment use footnotes or endnotes. Choose one or the other. References are used to identify the source of written information used in essays and other written assignments. Using the footnote or endnote function on your computer (or in hand writing) locate the reference number immediately after a verbatim quotation or the piece of information that you have taken from another author or source. Footnotes or endnotes must be numbered consecutively and referred to in the body of the text by a superscript number. For example:The Essay is provided by UK Assignment
By 1850 the development of Sydney had been shaped to an increasing degree by the influx of free settlers. Though historian Manning Clark claims that by "1860 the percentage of Sydney residents who had been transported for petty crimes of theft" represented nearly three quarters of the population, the significance of non-convict settlers was evident in all of the major cultural and government institutions of colonial New South Wales. Amongst the most
"influential members of society were merchants such as Simeon Lord and
Robert Campbell. Lord who amassed a great fortune distilling whisky and
gin endowed the first public library in Australia…"
The establishment of the Legislative Council in 1854, according to Zachary Deepwater, marks the first important stage in the development of colonial self-government in New South Wales.
The notes themselves should accord with the following examples. The long citation is used for the first reference to the work. If the work is referred to more than once, use the short citation form for the second and subsequent references.
John Jones, The Theory of Architecture, Sydney: Sydney University Press, 1994, p 21. or pp 21-24.
Short citation The Essay is provided by UK Assignment
Jones, Theory of Architecture, p 35.
The use of op. cit. and ibid. is to be avoided. If the note cites more than one source, both references must be cited in shortened form.
Mary J Brown, 'Urban Design Revisited,' in Peter Jones & Mary Smith (eds), The History of Urban Design, Melbourne: Architectural Publications, 1995, pp 108-116.
Brown, 'Urban Design Revisited,' p 110.
John Smith, 'The Urban Malaise', Urban Design Quarterly, 21, 3, August 1990,
Smith, 'Urban Malaise,' pp 73-74.
All works cited in references and used in research should be located in your bibliography. All works should be listed alphabetically by author surname, then first names or initials, title of the book, place of publication, publisher and date of publication. Page numbers are not given for books but in the case of journal or newspaper articles cite the first and last page number of the article, e.g.
Brown, Mary J, 'Urban Design Revisited,' in Peter Jones & Mary Smith (eds),
The History of Urban Design, Melbourne: Architectural Publications,
Jones, John, The Theory of Architecture, Sydney: Sydney University Press,
1994.The Essay is provided by UK Assignment
Pearson, J B, & Williams, Peter, Crisis in the Modern City, New York: Abrams,
Smith, John, 'The Urban Malaise', Urban Design Quarterly, 21, 3, August 1990,
Wilson, William, "Trouble in Utopia', Architecture Australia, 30, 3, September
2003, pp 134-147.
Below is a typical example of how an illustration should be numbered, captioned and
sourced. They must also be cross-referenced to your text.
Posthumous portrait of Giulio della Rovere by Giuseppe Arcimboldo, c1574.
(Source: Silvio Berlusconi, Milanese Romantic Painters of the Sixteenth Century of the Carpet Bag School, Rome: Tangente Edizione, 2015, p 376.) - from a publication
(Source: Thomas Jefferson, May 2008.) – where photographs are taken by the