This is the third lecture in a series of ten given by Michael Djordjevitch at The Grand Central Atelier from Feb - April 2016.
This course focuses on introducing students to the material and cultural evidence for the emergence of the Classical in Architecture, that artistic/cultural lineage which, building on its Athenian achievement, culminates in the great works of Ancient Greece and Rome. The foundations of the Athenian achievement, however, can be found in much earlier eras. This course charts and explores these roots.
Michael has had a long career in architecture and its history, and is an expert in the classics. Follow him through this incredible journey through history to gain a new appreciation for the classical and how it emerged.