Part I: Choosing and Documenting a Work of Architecture
1. You must choose a work of architecture in Vancouver dated between 1800 and 1980.
2. You must connect this work of art to one of the themes discussed in class: encounters,multiplicity, globality, adaptations, assimilation, or any other theme you find emergesfrom our readings and lectures.
3. After deciding on a work of architecture you will either go take original pictures orresearch for photographs online.
4. If researching online, you must give credit to the original source. All assignments that donot credit the source of the image will be considered plagiarized, as proper credit must begiven to the author of the work.
5. If you choose to research the work of architecture online, please find pictures fromdifferent time periods on the same structure to illustrate how it has changed or notchanged.
Part II: Reasoning and Significance
1. You will write a significance for the work of architecture that you have chosen toaccompany the images.
2. This significance (or reasoning behind your choice) must be between 300-500 words, i.e.1-2 pages double spaced.
3. It must be in Times New Roman, font size 12, with clear page number.
4. No external research is required. This is a free-thinking exercise use your own words andopinions.
5. As there is no external research required, there is no need for citations, as long as you areusing your own ideas. If you borrow someone elses ideas, then, please use the Chicagomanual Style for citations.