The Bradbury Building

Analyze the movement, group, or set of ideas and places the interior within the context of the major ideas of your group.How does this interior express the ideas of the movement or group
How is the interior space organized?How is the room laid out? How are the functions of the space organized? Would this space be part of a larger suite of rooms or is it more self-contained? •What is the relationship between architecture and interior?How do the elements of the interior architectural frame (i.e. floors, windows, walls, ceilings, interior architectural details, etc.) relate to the furniture and furnishings? Is there a relationship between interior and exterior architecture? Interior and exterior space? •low was the space designed and executed? Who would have been responsible for the aesthetic conception of the space? What were they trying to achieve/what principles guided them? Who would have executed the different components of the interior? •low are form and ornament used, including iconography or symbolism, sources, and cultural meanings? •Was this space commissioned by a patron? How did those networks of patronage function? •Does the interior show the influence of other cultures, geographic areas, or time periods?•Does the object demonstrate engagement with contemporary aesthetic debates about beauty, form, color, function, propriety or other issues? •low does this interior function in social and cultural contexts? What is the relationship between the interior and issues of race, ethnicity, class or caste, gender, religion, and politics? •low was the space used and what can that tell us about the people who inhabited it and their wider culture

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