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Art History: Researching Architecture

Art History

How to find information on a building...

Temppeliaukio Church (Church in the Rock) in Helsinki, Finland

Temppeliaukio Church, Helsinki, Findland, Timo and Tumo Suomalainen, 1969

What country is it located in?

When was it built?

In what period did your architect work?

Is it part of a stylistic movement?

What type of building is it?


 

The answers to the following questions will help you to narrow your topic into keywords, which you will use when searching the library catalogue and article databases.

How to find information on an architect

What country is he or she from?

In what period did /does your architect work?

Are/were they part of a stylistic movement?

What types of buildings did they design?