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1. An English Architect who prepared plan for London i.e., St. Peters and St.

Paul Cathedral; Proposed a Network of Avenues connecting the main features of London. A. Leonardo Da Vinci

B. Pierre Charles LEnfant


C. Leon Battista Alberti D. Sir Christopher Wren

1. An English Architect who prepared plan for London i.e., St. Peters and St. Paul Cathedral; Proposed a Network of Avenues connecting the main features of London. A. Leonardo Da Vinci

B. Pierre Charles LEnfant


C. Leon Battista Alberti D. Sir Christopher Wren

2. The sacred enclosure found in the highest part of a Greek city is called: A. Peribolus B. Temenos C. Pteroma

D. Corps de Logis

2. The sacred enclosure found in the highest part of a Greek city is called: A. Peribolus B. Temenos C. Pteroma

D. Corps de Logis

3. The building that serve as a senate house for the chief dignitaries of the city and as a palace where distinguished visitors and citizens might be entertained. A. Bouleuterion B. Prytaneion C. Thersihon

D. Diathyros

3. The building that serve as a senate house for the chief dignitaries of the city and as a palace where distinguished visitors and citizens might be entertained. A. Bouleuterion B. Prytaneion C. Thersihon

D. Diathyros

4. The Greek Council house which is a covered meeting place for the democraticallyelected council is called: A. Bouleuterion B. Prytaneion

C. Thersihon
D. Diathyros

4. The Greek Council house which is a covered meeting place for the democraticallyelected council is called: A. Bouleuterion B. Prytaneion

C. Thersihon
D. Diathyros

5. The Grandest of all Egyptian temples, was not built upon one complete plan but owes its size, disposition and magnificence to the work of many Kings. Built from the XIIth Dynasty to the Ptolemaic period.
A. Great Temple of Ammon, Karnak B. Temple of Queen HATSHEPSUT C. The Great Temple of Abu-Simbel D. Temple of Ramesseum, Thebes

5. The Grandest of all Egyptian temples, was not built upon one complete plan but owes its size, disposition and magnificence to the work of many Kings. Built from the XIIth Dynasty to the Ptolemaic period. A. Great Temple of Ammon, Karnak B. Temple of Queen HATSHEPSUT C. The Great Temple of Abu-Simbel D. Termple of Ramesseum, Thebes

6. The Tomb of Atreus, a noted example of the tholos type of tomb is also known as: A. Mausoleum, Helicarnasso B.Tomb of Agamemnon C.Tomb of Clytemnestra D. Thersilion, Megapolis

6. The Tomb of Atreus, a noted example of the tholos type of tomb is also known as: A. Mausoleum, Helicarnasso B.Tomb of Agamemnon C.Tomb of Clytemnestra D. Thersilion, Megapolis

7. The memorial column built in the form of tall Doric order and made entirely of marble is;
A. Column of Antoninus Pius

B. Column of Marcus Aurelius


C. Trajans Column D. Column of Diocletian

7. The memorial column built in the form of tall Doric order and made entirely of marble is;
A. Column of Antoninus Pius

B. Column of Marcus Aurelius


C. Trajans Column D. Column of Diocletian

8. It is a traditional house that was called binangiyan. It was a single room dwelling elevated at 1.50 m . from the ground; the floors were made of hard wood like narra which rested on 3 floor joist which in turn were supported by transverse girders. A. Kankanay B. Bontoc C. Badjao D. Kalinga

8. It is a traditional house that was called binangiyan. It was a single room dwelling elevated at 1.50 m . from the ground; the floors were made of hard wood like narra which rested on 3 floor joist which in turn were supported by transverse girders. A. Kankanay B. Bontoc C. Badjao D. Kalinga

9. Often enclosed and secluded from the street, whose high density and variety of planting conveys a garden image. It sometimes included flower planters and a water feature and usually supplies a variety of seating possibilities. A. City plaza B. City square C. Garden Oasis D. Street plaza

9. Often enclosed and secluded from the street, whose high density and variety of planting conveys a garden image. It sometimes included flower planters and a water feature and usually supplies a variety of seating possibilities. A. City plaza B. City square C. Garden Oasis D. Street plaza

10. It is the first developed Garden City where it is a combination of landscaping, informal street layouts, and main axis focusing on town center. A. Savannah B. Letchworth C. Welwyn D. Hampstead Garden Suburbs

10. It is the first developed Garden City where it is a combination of landscaping, informal street layouts, and main axis focusing on town center. A. Savannah B. Letchworth C. Welwyn D. Hampstead Garden Suburbs

11. A British pioneered in regional Planning for the Doncaster area (1920-1922) and East Kent; Involved in greater London Plan; Use of open space as structuring element. A. Clarence Perry B. Henry Wright C. Leslie Patrick Abercrombie D. Andres Duany

11. A British pioneered in regional Planning for the Doncaster area (1920-1922) and East Kent; Involved in greater London Plan; Use of open space as structuring element. A. Clarence Perry B. Henry Wright C. Leslie Patrick Abercrombie D. Andres Duany

12. He is remembered for his Ideal Cities star shaped plans with street radiating from central point, usually proposed for a church, palace or castle. A. Leonardo Da Vinci B. Pierre Charles LEnfant C. Leon Battista Alberti D. Sir Christopher Wren

12. He is remembered for his Ideal Cities star shaped plans with street radiating from central point, usually proposed for a church, palace or castle. A. Leonardo Da Vinci B. Pierre Charles LEnfant C. Leon Battista Alberti D. Sir Christopher Wren

13. It is the eclectic style of domestic architecture of the 1870s and the 1880s in England and the USA and actually based on country house and cottage Elizabeth architecture which was characterized by a blending of Tudor Gothic, English Renaissance and colonial elements in the USA: A. Mannerist Phase B. Jacobean Architecture

C. Queen Anne style


D. Stuart Architecture

13. It is the eclectic style of domestic architecture of the 1870s and the 1880s in England and the USA and actually based on country house and cottage Elizabeth architecture which was characterized by a blending of Tudor Gothic, English Renaissance and colonial elements in the USA: A. Mannerist Phase B. Jacobean Architecture

C. Queen Anne style


D. Stuart Architecture

14. Early type of settlement in America taken after the baug (military town) and fauborg (citizens town) of the medieval ages. A. The European Planned City B. Medieval Organic City C. Medieval Bastide D. Laws of the Indies Towns

14. Early type of settlement in America taken after the baug (military town) and fauborg (citizens town) of the medieval ages. A. The European Planned City B. Medieval Organic City C. Medieval Bastide D. Laws of the Indies Towns

15. Le Corbusier planned a high density building that was a super building that contained 337 dwellings in only ten acres of land. What is this structure that supposed to be located in Marseilles? A. Unite d Habitation B. The mile High tower C. Brasilia D. Ecumenopolis

15. Le Corbusier planned a high density building that was a super building that contained 337 dwellings in only ten acres of land. What is this structure that supposed to be located in Marseilles? A. Unite d Habitation B. The mile High tower C. Brasilia D. Ecumenopolis

16. Whos theory is the explanation of residential land uses in terms of wedgeshaped sectors radial to the city center along established lines of transportation. A. Homer Hoyt

B. Ernest Burgess
C. Kevin Lynch D. None of these

16. Whos theory is the explanation of residential land uses in terms of wedgeshaped sectors radial to the city center along established lines of transportation. A. Homer Hoyt

B. Ernest Burgess
C. Kevin Lynch D. None of these

17. Published the book called Fields, Factories and Workshops; or Industry Combined with Agriculture with manual work A. Antonio Santelia B. Eugene Henard C. Don Soria y Mata D. Peter Kropotkin

17. Published the book called Fields, Factories and Workshops; or Industry Combined with Agriculture with manual work A. Antonio Santelia B. Eugene Henard C. Don Soria y Mata D. Peter Kropotkin

18. A style in the architecture of Italy I the second half of the 16th century and to a lesser extent elsewhere in Europe. It uses classical elements in an unconventional manner. A. Illusionism B. Palladianism C. Mannerism D. Abstract

18. A style in the architecture of Italy I the second half of the 16th century and to a lesser extent elsewhere in Europe. It uses classical elements in an unconventional manner. A. Illusionism B. Palladianism C. Mannerism D. Abstract

19. A revival style based on the buildings and publications of the 6th century architect marked by ancient Roman Architectural forms. A. National Romanticism B. Palladianism C. Mannerism D. Purism

19. A revival style based on the buildings and publications of the 6th century architect marked by ancient Roman Architectural forms. A. National Romanticism B. Palladianism C. Mannerism D. Purism

20. The architect who claimed that: The ultimate goal of the new architecture was the composite but inseparable work of an art, in which the old dividing line between monumental and decorative elements will have disappeared forever.
A. Frank Lloyd Wright B. Walter Gropius C. Le Corbusier D. Mies Van de Rohe

20. The architect who claimed that: The ultimate goal of the new architecture was the composite but inseparable work of an art, in which the old dividing line between monumental and decorative elements will have disappeared forever.
A. Frank Lloyd Wright B. Walter Gropius C. Le Corbusier D. Mies Van de Rohe

21. The architect who said that the exterior of the building is the result of the interior. A. Mies Van de Rohe

B. Frank Lloyd Wright


C. Le Corbusier D. William Ruskin

21. The architect who said that the exterior of the building is the result of the interior. A. Mies Van de Rohe

B. Frank Lloyd Wright


C. Le Corbusier D. William Ruskin

22. The seats that rose on tiers and founded on natural rocks in a Greek theater is called: A. Cavea B. Logeion C. Exedrae D. Skene

22. The seats that rose on tiers and founded on natural rocks in a Greek theater is called: A. Cavea B. Logeion C. Exedrae D. Skene

23. It is the third phase of English-Gothic Architecture where elaborated ornamental vaulting, and refinement of stonecutting techniques. A. Perpendicular style B. Decorated style

C. Rayonnant style
D. None of these

23. It is the third phase of English-Gothic Architecture where elaborated ornamental vaulting, and refinement of stonecutting techniques. A. Perpendicular style B. Decorated style

C. Rayonnant style
D. None of these

24. Enclosure formed by huge stones planted on the ground in circular form. A. Menhir B. Dolmen C. Cromlech D. Tumulus

24. Enclosure formed by huge stones planted on the ground in circular form. A. Menhir B. Dolmen C. Cromlech D. Tumulus

25. Identify the structure in HOA 25.84.31.62 that was designed Antonio Gaudi. A. Palau Guell B. Colonia Guell C. Park Guell D. Pavellons Guell

25. Identify the structure in HOA 25.84.31.62 that was designed Antonio Gaudi. A. Palau Guell B. Colonia Guell C. Park Guell D. Pavellons Guell
HOA 25.84.31.62

26. Identify the style of Architecture based on HOA 25.86.31.60 that was used in this structure? A. Mayan style B. Post modern C. Mudejar architecture D. Prairie style

26. Identify the style of Architecture based on HOA 25.86.31.60 that was used in this structure?
A. Mayan style B. Post modern C. Mudejar architecture D. Prairie style

HOA 25.86.31.60

27. Identify the structure in HOA 22.86.88.60 that was located in Southeast Asia. A. World Finance Center B. Fairwell International Center C. International Finance Center D. Shun Hing Square

27. Identify the structure in HOA 22.86.88.60 that was located in Southeast Asia.

A. World Finance Center


B. Fairwell International Center C. International Finance Center D. Shun Hing Square
HOA 22.86.88.60

28. Identify the religious structure in HOA 22.86.88.61 that was designed by Arch. P.V. Jensen- Klint A. Trinity Cathedral B. St. Patrick Cathedral C. Grundtvig Church D. None of the above

28. Identify the religious structure in HOA 22.86.88.61 that was designed by Arch. P.V. Jensen- Klint A. Trinity Cathedral B. St. Patrick Cathedral C. Grundtvig Church D. None of the above
HOA 22.86.88.61

29. The father of modern picture books of Architecture. A. Andrea Palladio

B. Philibert De Lorme
C. Leon Battista Alberti D. Giacomo Barozzi da Vignola

29. The father of modern picture books of Architecture. A. Andrea Palladio

B. Philibert De Lorme
C. Leon Battista Alberti D. Giacomo Barozzi da Vignola

30. The man of learning can fearlessly look down upon the troublesome accidents of fortune. But he who thinks himself entrenched in defense not of learning but of luck, moves I slippery path, struggling though life unsteadily and insecurely. Is quoted from:
A. Five points Towards a New Architecture B. Ten books of Architecture by Marcus Vitruvius C. Space, Time and Architecture by Sigfried Gideon

D. The Poetry of Architecture by John Ruskin

30. The man of learning can fearlessly look down upon the troublesome accidents of fortune. But he who thinks himself entrenched in defense not of learning but of luck, moves I slippery path, struggling though life unsteadily and insecurely. Is quoted from:
A. Five points Towards a New Architecture B. Ten books of Architecture by Marcus Vitruvius C. Space, Time and Architecture by Sigfried Gideon

D. The Poetry of Architecture by John Ruskin

21. The Great Temple of Ramses, Abu Simbel, Egypt A. Great Temple of Ammon, Karnak B. Temple of Queen HATSHEPSUT C. The Great Temple of Abu-Simbel D. Termple of Ramesseum, Thebes

22. The Great Temple of Ramses, Abu Simbel, Egypt A. Great Temple of Ammon, Karnak B. Temple of Queen HATSHEPSUT C. The Great Temple of Abu-Simbel D. Termple of Ramesseum, Thebes