LAR 395J LAR 395J. Originality Tradition in Baroque Rome: Borromini. 3 Hours.
Same as Architecture 395J. Explores the synthetic act of design and notions of originality and tradition in the arts of Baroque Rome by studying Francesco Borromini and his work through the lenses of professional design practice, the arts, contemporary Galilean science, and papal society. Three lecture hours a week for one semester. Only one of the following may be counted: Architecture 388R (Topic: Professional Design Practice: Baroque Rome), 395J, Landscape Architecture 388 (Topic: Professional Design Practice: Baroque Rome), 395J. Prerequisite: For students in the School of Architecture, graduate standing; for others, graduate standing and consent of instructor.