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life and work of Francis C. Sullivan, architect, 1882-1929.

Martin Birkhans

life and work of Francis C. Sullivan, architect, 1882-1929.

by Martin Birkhans

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Published in [Toronto] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sullivan, Francis Conroy, -- 1882-1929,
  • Architecture, Modern -- 20th century

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsToronto, Ont. University.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLE3 T525 MARCH 1964 B57
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 187 leaves.
    Number of Pages187
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14746579M

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Life and work of Francis C. Sullivan, architect, 1882-1929 by Martin Birkhans Download PDF EPUB FB2

Francis Conroy Sullivan (July 2, – April 4, ) was a Canadian architect. The only Canadian pupil of Frank Lloyd Wright aside from Roger d'Astous, Sullivan worked in the Oak Park studio in but returned to Ottawa in Born: July 2,Kingston, Ontario, Canada.

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Birkhans, Martin, The life and work of Francis C. Sullivan, architect, Dissertation Thesis (M. Arch.)--University of Toronto, Ottawa Public Library call Number: Sb. Francis Conroy Sullivan (July 2, – April 4, ) was a Canadian architect. The only Canadian pupil of Frank Lloyd Wright aside from Roger d'Astous, Sullivan worked in the Oak Park studio in but returned to Ottawa in Sullivan brought the modernist Prairie School style to Canada, building a number of prominent structures, often in the Prairie Style.

Louis Sullivan, in full Louis Henry Sullivan, (born September 3,Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.—died ApChicago, Illinois), American architect, regarded as the spiritual father of modern American architecture and identified with the aesthetics of early skyscraper design.

His more than works in collaboration (–95) with Dankmar Adler include the Auditorium Building. Francis O'Sullivan Architect.

Oct – Present 9 years 9 months. Dublin and Wexford. Architect, Chartered Building Surveyor and Project Manager. MRIAI MRICS MSCSI MBA.

Director Arctech Construction Services. Jan – Present 38 years 6 months. Dublin and : Francis O'Sullivan. Early life. Francis Loftus Sullivan attended Stonyhurst, the Jesuit public school in Lancashire, England, whose alumni include Charles Laughton and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

Career. A heavily built man with a striking double-chin and a deep voice, Sullivan made his acting debut at the Old Vic at age 18 in Shakespeare's Richard III.

He had. © Sullivan Architecture, P.C. Louis H. Sullivan, Kindergarten Chats [–], ed. Claude Bragdon (Lawrence, Kans.: Scarab Fraternity Press, ), Although all page references to the Kindergarten Chats refer to the Bragdon edition, the actual texts themselves correspond to the original published version, as collated and corrected when necessary through consultation with the carbon copy of Sullivan’s typed.

With attention to detail and years of experience, Francis Sullivan has been designing fine homes in the Cape Cod area since Call () This volume is both a tribute to Sullivan's poetic genius and a catalogue of all his graphic work. The authors discuss the social implications of Sullivan's theories of architecture, with visual proof of his vision in illustrations of his work on paper and in three dimensions.

A translation of 'Etude sur l'inspiration,' Sullivan's seminal and heretofore unpublished credo in verse, is further. Sullivan adapted by creating high-rises very different from the ones that were being constructed along historical styles.

He emphasized the height, keeping in mind the purpose of the construction. He believed in the Roman architect, Marcus Vitruvius Pollio’s credo "form ever follows function", stressing on use rather than utility.

Early life and Jesuit formation. Francis "Frank" A. Sullivan was born in Boston onto George Edward and Bessie [Peterson] Sullivan, the second of four boys.

(Contrary to his general bibliographical representation, his middle name is Alfred, not Aloysius. In Francis A. Sullivan, S.J. and Ecclesiological Hermeneutics, Canaris traces the significant contributions that Francis A.

Sullivan, S.J. has made to Catholic ecclesiology, paying particular attention to the method and application of his hermeneutical approach to the writings of the magisterium. Though highly esteemed by professional theologians in both Catholic and ecumenical.

"The first definitive biography of the now-famous architect, Hugh Morrison's Louis Sullivan: Prophet of Modern Architecture is still the best introduction to his work. This reissue provides Morrison's original text and illustrations in a larger, more modern format. It also offers an assessment of Morrison's ground-breaking research, in Timothy J.

Samuelson's Introduction, and, most important 4/5(1). Louis Sullivan was the most innovative architect of the 19th and 20th century, yet his work was oddly eschewed by his peers. He accurately predicted that the neoclassical style he hated would become the idiom of architecture for fifty years because of the Columbian s: 8.

A primary source is a work that is being studied, or that provides first-hand or direct evidence on a topic. Common types of primary sources include works of literature, historical documents, original philosophical writings, and religious texts.

After that, individual architects from the movement became self-driven and more independent in their careers. The ideas of the Metabolist movement, however, are themselves organic—organic architecture was a term used by Frank Lloyd Wright, who was influenced by the ideas of Louis Sullivan, often called 19th century America's first modern.

Sullivan, Louis Henry, –, American architect, b. Boston, studied at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the École des Beaux-Arts, Paris. He is of great importance in the evolution of modern architecture in the United States.

The Beauty of Faith is a new and inspiring hourlong EWTN special that will take viewers on a pilgrimage of beauty to see the vital, irreplaceable place sacred art, architecture, music, poetry and.Phase One: Health Sciences Experiential Learning Commons. Construction crews are putting the finishing touches on a square foot addition behind Sullivan Hall and connected to the DiSepio Institute for Rural Health and new structure provides much needed classroom, laboratory and clinical education space to instruct students enrolled in the Health Sciences programs.Louis Henri Sullivan (), American architect, was the link between Henry Hobson Richardson and Frank Lloyd Wright in the development of modern American architecture.

Louis Sullivan was born in Boston on Sept. 3, Always impatient with classroom education, he spent only a year at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he studied.