History of Modern Architecture
You will learn about the architecture schools and styles from the late 18th to recent times and their differences. With that, you will be able to point out problems of modern urban development from the architectural perspective.
Who is this course for?
You work in urban development projects
Architecture is a significant aspect of urban development. For people who work and volunteer in gentrification and urban beautification projects, this course will be a great source of necessary knowledge and ideas.
You are an architect or a designer
The course will help those working in a city planning or development company and landscape design professionals. You will get to know the architectural styles and their best features you can learn to use.
You study art or humanities
If you are a student or a professional in art or some social studies like history, you will find lots of useful information in this course. It will help you understand the events and cultural phenomena of the last 300 years.
Who is this course for?
The course will help you understand:
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Study process
Course program
17 hours
12 hours of video content, 4 hours of practice, 1 hour of chapter tests and final examination
19th century
You will see and analyze how architecture went from admiring the classical period to reviving other stages of history. Along with the transition between styles, you will learn the key traits of each one and the major names behind the innovative changes.
  • Revolutionary Architecture
  • Classicism to Historicism (Release date 18.04)
  • Richardson and His Followers (Release date 04.05)
Turn of the century
You will find out how the new times influenced the architecture around the world - primarily in the US and Western and Central Europe. What had changed before that? What was the new reference and source of inspiration? You will find answers to these⁠ – and many other questions.
  • Art Nouveau (Release date 16.05)
  • Fr. L. Wright (Release date 30.05)
  • The Neoclassical Reaction of the 1910s (Release date 14.06)
Interwar architecture
You will get to know what substituted for the old heritage and what represented the architecture of the Western world during the brief revival between the wars. Expressionism was flourishing – you will find out what it looked like and what it meant.
  • Expressionism (Release date 27.06)
  • International style (Release date 11.07)
  • “Totalitarian” architecture and Art Deco (Release date 25.07)
Victory of modern architecture
How did Expressionism change to become New Expressionism? What ties postmodern architecture and irony together? You will learn what elicited the new schools and styles and how they were different.
  • Brutalism and America (Release date 08.08)
  • Postmodern Architecture (Release date 22.08)
  • Late and New Modern Architecture (Release date 05.09)
Course summary
You will get to know the major architectural styles of the last three centuries and the changes that preceded their emergence. Based on that, you will be able to analyze the current architecture and see the pros and cons of particular urban development examples.
Who created this course
Ivan Sablin
Associate Professor at Saint Petersburg State University, Ph.D. in Art History
Ivan has been teaching regular courses at various institutions since 2001, and in 2012, he was appointed Associate Professor at the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies and Practices in the Field of Arts at St Petersburg University. In addition, Ivan teaches art history as part of various educational programs. He is the author of such courses as History of Western and Russian Architecture from Late Antiquity to the Present Day; History of Classical and Early Modern Painting; History and Theory of Sculpture, Historiography, and Methodology. He is also an author of books and 35 scientific papers in Russian and German.
“The history of 20th century architecture is far from being completed. The lack of distance and a great deal of transformations that have occurred since 1900 bear out the continuity of architectural development. Waves of pessimism and optimism concerning the future of architecture change one another. Still it's hard to pinpoint factors accountable for the changes that have happened in the world.”
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Finally sorted out the history of art in my head thanks to your course. Great job, guys! It's really convenient you divided lectures into modules. The speaker was nice to listen to, and I loved the deep delve into the details of each painting you talked about. For sure, it's better to learn about painting with pros than browsing through weird websites.
Samantha Lewis
Finished watching the course on cognitive psychology. I was looking for the comprehensive content that would give me a clear understanding of the subject, and perhaps better my perception of myself and improve my relationships with other people. No regrets about the money paid for the course, Art for Introvert does a great job when it comes to psychology, examples from real life, and clear explanations of what stands behind our actions, thoughts, desires and traumas. Thank you!!
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I've just completed the course Become an Art Historian. Awesome format. The presentation of the material was fascinating, and 24 hours just flew by. I’m glad that for once I’ve spent my time meaningfully. Pulling myself together to take another course, on architecture this time.
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FAQ
Are there any time limits for this course?
There are none. Watch the course at your own pace.
Will I understand the course if I don't have a profound knowledge of architecture?
The lecturer can break down complex matters into simple words and notions, so even an unprepared viewer will understand the lectures.
Will I get to analyze the architecture that is being built today?
Sure, the lectures will discuss the recently popular technology-inspired architecture and today’s more moderate examples.
Can I watch the lectures without an internet connection?
Yes, you can download the course to your mobile device via our app and watch it anytime you want.
How is the learning process for this course organized?
After the payment, you will receive an email with access to your personal account. There, you will find video lectures, a list of recommended literature, a workbook and other additional materials, and tests on the studied material. After passing the final test, you will receive a certificate of completion of the course.
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