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PRE BOARD EXAMS IN HOA 2010

1. The space between triglyphs with or without sculptures is known as


a. Metope b. Dentil c. Architrave d. Guttae
a. Metope

2. The widely used order during the Greek period is the


a. Ionic b. Doric c. Corinthian d. Tuscan
b. Doric
3. The Greek Council house w/c is covered meeting place for the democratically
elected councils
a. Leontarium b. Hypaethrum c. Farrarium d. Bouleuterion
d. Bouleuterion
4.The Greek wrestling school is known as
a. Palaestra b. Gymnasia c. Dipteral d. Spina
a. Palaestra
5. Greek Temples stood on a foundation of three steps called
a. Base b. Podium c. Crepidoma d. Stereobate
c. Crepidoma
6. Amphitheaters are used in
a. Horse Racing b. Gladiatorial contests c. Marathon d. Chariot Racing .
b. Gladiatorial contests
7. Roman bridges are called
a. Pons b. Gryse c. Facet d. Moat
a. Pons
8. That which corresponds to the Greek Agora is the Roman
a. Place b. Forum c. Plaza d. Market
b. Forum
9. The space between columns is called
a. Interposition b. Intercupola c. Intercapedo d.Intercolumnation
d.Intercolumnation
10. The upright stone slab containing the name of the dead found in the
mastaba is a. pilaster b. band c. scuncheon d. stele
d. stele
11. The architects of the Parthenon are
a. Ictinus & Callicrates b. Pheidias & Mnesicles c. Anthemius & Ictinus
d. Theron & Pheidias
a. Ictinus & Callicrates
12.The builder of the famous Pharaohs or Light House is
a. Ptolemy ll b. Rameses ll c. Amenemhat 1 d. Senusrets
a. Ptolemy ll
13.The favorite motifs of design of the Egyptians include the lotus , papyrus
& a. scarab b. nipa c. palm d. cavetto
c. palm
14. The palace proper found in Assyrian palaces is called
a. Seraglio b. Khan c. Thalamus d. Jawab
a. Seraglio
15. The male statue in kneeling position used in Greek Temples as columns &
ornamental blocks
a. Canephorae b. Quadrigas c. Telamones d.
Atlantes
d. Atlantes
16. The Epinaos is also called
a. Trachelion b. Opisthodomos c. Posticum d. Portico
c. Posticum
17. The Greek male statue used as columns is known as
a. Canephorae b. Quadrigas c. Telamones d. Osiris
c. Telamones
18. Another prehistoric burial mound term
a. horus b. fillet c. tumulus d. barrows
d. barrows
19. Art Nouveau in Germany is known as
a. Jugendstil b. Bauhaus c. Empire Style d. Eclecticism
a. Jugendstil
20. This is a gateway to a Dravidian temple for hindu architecture
a. hypathrael b. torii c. torana d. gopura
d. gopura
21. Pathenon is the largest Greek Temple which was the Crownig Glory of Temenos dedicated
to ; a. god mnesicles b. goddess athena c. god parthenos d. goddess venus
b. goddess athena
22. Completing the world-famous Pisa group of cathl. & baptistery is the campanile known
as a. Tower of London b. Leaning Tower c. Tower of Babel d. Tower of the Winds
b. Leaning Tower
23 . What Architecture did they reintroduced the Classical Orders ?
a. Romanesque b. Renaissance c.Gothic d. Age of the Revivals
b. Renaissance

24. The palatial public bath generally raised on high platform within an enclosing wall i
the a. Thermae b. Gymnasium c. Laconicum d. Triclinium
a. Thermae
25. The biggest religious temple in the world known to be the temple mountain ;
a. Borobudor Temple b. Ziggurat at Ur c. Angkor Wat Temple d. Stupa at Sanchi
c. Angkor Wat Temple
26. Founder of Buddhism;
a. Lao Tze b. Suryavarman II c. Gautama d.Brahman II
c. Gautama
27. The European style of arch developed in the 17th to 18th Century characterized by oval
spaces ,curved surfaces & conspicious use of decor , scupture & color;
a. Rococo Arch b. Neo Classical Arch c. Baroque Arch d. Antiquarian Arch
c. Baroque Arch
28. It began in Paris, it is a style of arch , primarily French in origin w/c represesnts the final
phase of the baroque around the mid of 18th Century using rockworks,pebbles,coquilles&
fantastic scrolls ;
a. Rococo Arch b. Neo Classical Arch c. Baroque Arch d. Antiquarian Arch
a. Rococo Arch
29. Most prominent Art Nouveau architect whose works includes the Guell Palace in Spain is
a. Antonio Gaudi b. El Cid c. Henri Labrouste d. J.V. Louis
a. Antonio Gaudi
30. The dry sweating room in the thermae is the
a. Unctoria b. Sudatorium c. Palaestra d. apodyteria
b. Sudatorium
31. The dressing room in the thermae is called
a. Frigidarium b. Hypocaust c. Apodyteria d. laconicum
c. Apodyteria
32. The private house of the Roman is the
a. Megaron b. Villa c. Domus d. insula
c. Domus
33. The Pantheon, Rome is known today as the
a. Sta Maria, Rotunda b. Sta Maria Maggiore, Rome
c. Sta Maria della Strada d. Sta. Maria Cancellaria, Rome
a. Sta Maria, Rotunda
34. The small private bath, very usual in Roman palaces and houses were called
a. Balneum b. Hypogeum c. Bathtub d. Sensorium
a. Balneum
35. The bedroom in the domus is called
a. Dormitorio b. Cubicula c. Thalamus d. alcoba
b. Cubicula
36. A single line of column surrounding the naos wall is an arrangement called
a. Peripteral b. Octasyle c. Monotriglyph d. Araeostyle
a. Peripteral
37. The naos, epinaos and the _________ are the 3 chambers of the Greek temple
a. Cella b. Posticum c. Peristyle d. Pronaos
d. Pronaos
38. From Buddhist structure Stupa , the crowning umbrella is called
a. chattri b. torana c. dagoba d. gopuram
a. chattri
39. The Amygdaloidal trap formation of living rocks in Buddhist architecture is called ;
a. wat b. rath c. lath d. stambha
b. rath
40. The monastery designed w/ courts or shrines w/ a central square space surrounded by
priests chambers.
a. wat b. chaitya c. vihara d. stambha
c. vihara
41. Art Nouveau in France is known as
a. Beaux Arts b. Le Modern Style c. Stile Liberty d. Modernismo
b. Le Modern Style
42. It is the considered as the worlds largest religious structure in the world
a. St. Peters Basilica b. Istana Nurul Aman c. Borubudor d. Angkor Wat
d. Angkor Wat
43. The Ibaloy house for the well-to-do families is called
a. sirok b. Kalapaw c. Tarakip d. Dema
d. Dema
44. It is the pd. in French w/c is characterized by pointed arches & geometric traceried wdos .
a. Decorated b.Mannerist c.Baroque d. Lancet
d. Lancet
45. The pattern produced by the lierne is called
a. Sexpartite vault b. Quadripartite vault c. Pendant vault d. stellar vault
d. stellar vault
46. It is the lavishly ornamented Spanish Baroque style of the early 18th century
characterized by a reaction from the correct and frigid formalism
a. Modernismo b. Moorish c. Arrab sque d. Churrigueresque
d. Churrigueresque
47. The part of a the Elizabethan mansion which is located in a central position & connecting
the various parts of the mansion is the
a. Long Gallery b. Great Hall c. Great Corriddor d. Grand Staicase
b. Great Hall
48. That part of the Elizabethan mansion w/c forms a dignified approach to the rooms above is
a. vestibule b. Grand Landing c. Grand Staircase d. Grand Entry
c. Grand Staircase
49. The Revival and Eclectic Architecture in 19th century Great Britain which is also used
for its American counterpart
a. Victorian Arch b. Carolingian Arch c. Tudor Arch d. Elizabethan Architecture
a. Victorian Arch
50. A style of decoration in architecture and applied art developed principally in Belgium and
France toward the end of 19thcent. characterized by organic & dynamic forms, w/o traces of
historical styles a. Art Nouveau b. Beaux Arts c. Intl .Architecture d. Colonial Arch
a. Art Nouveau
51. Romanesque Revival in the USA was introduced by
a. Louis Sullivan b. Henry H. Richardson c. Frank Lloyd Wright d. Richard Upjohn
b. Henry H. Richardson
52. The master sculptor of the Parthenon is
a. Scopas b. Mnesicles c. Pheidias d. Theron
c. Pheidias
53. The architect of the Erectheion is
a. Callicrates b. Mnesicles c. Theron d. Ictinus
b. Mnesicles
54. The windows of the bahay na bato is the made up of
a. calado b. Ventanilla c. capiz d. rakuh
c. capiz
55. Found in the ground floor of the bahay na bato, it is where the carriages and saints floats or
andas are usually kept
a. patio b. Entresuelo c. Garahe d. zaguan
d. zaguan
56. The central open spaced use as sleeping area for overnight guests in the Tboli house
a. comun b. Lowa c. Bilik d. hanglad
b. Lowa
57. The bedroom in the domus is called
a. Dormitorio b. Cubicula c. Thalamus d. alcoba
b. Cubicula
58. The bedroom in the megaron is called
a. Thalamus b. Cuarto c. Cubicula d. harem
a. Thalamus
59. A memorial monument to persons buried elsewhere is called
a. Podium b. Nymphaeum c. Cenotaphs d. rostral column
c. Cenotaphs
60. The central aisle of the church is called
a. Choir loft b. Nave c. Bema d. ambo
b. Nave
61. The prayer tower from the saracenic architecture ;
a. Ambo b. minaret c. Baldachino d. carpet
b. minaret
62. A projecting block or spur of stone carved with foliage to decorate the raking
lines formed by angles of spires and canopies is the
a. Boss b. Crocket c. Pendant d. pinnacle
b. Crocket
63. The upper portion of a pinnacle, bench-end, or other architectural feature is the
a. Crocket b. Pinnacle c. Finial d. turret
c. Finial
64. The church which is half- Renaissance and known at present S. Maria del Fiore is
a. Pantheon, Rome b. Florence Cath c. S. Andrea, Mantua d. Superga, Turin
b. Florence Cath
65. Renaissance means a. Architecture of the curve line b. Classic Re-birth
c. Departure from the classic lines d. Roman like art
b. Classic Re-birth
66. The principal floor of the Italian palazzo
a. Entresol b. Piano nobile c. Oeil-de-boeuf d. sgrafitto
b. Piano nobile
67. The internal court, surrounded by an arcade, in an Italian palace
a. Cortile b. Patio c. Atrium d. hypaethral court
a. Cortile
68. Art Nouveau in Austria is known as
a. Federal Style b. Sezessione c. Utilitarianism d. monumentalism
b. Sezessione
69.In a Muslim mosque, it is the large open court
a. sahn b. dikka c. mihrab d. Muezzin
a. sahn
70. Characteristic wall ornament of the Egyptians
a. hieroglyphics b. beads and reels c. polychrome brickwork d. papyrus leaves
a. hieroglyphics
71. This is a Chinese gateway made of stone and wood
a. kalasa b. vimana c. pai-lou d. mandap
c. pai-lou
72. This is a Japanese gateway usually with three openings
a. torii b. bogyo c. torana d. gopuram
a. torii
73. This is the gateway to a stupa
a. cha-sit-su b. shoji c. torana d. kibleh
c. torana
74. The early Japanese system of construction is called
a. torii b. cha-sit-su c. gussho d. kimono
c. gussho
75. The Chinese pagoda is called
a. yuan b. obi c. pai-lou d. tais
d. tais
76. The Japanese pyramidal roof is called
a. hogyo b. shichu c. kirizuma d. myojin
a. hogyo
77. The Japanese teahouse is called
a. cha-sit-su b. irimoya c. yosemune d. moshi
a. cha-sit-su
78. The emperor who built the Great Walls of China is
a. Yamashita b. Mitsubishi c. Chao Ju Kua d. Shi Huang Ti
d. Shi Huang Ti
79. The cistern in the bahay na bato is known as
a. azotea b. aljibe c. dormitorio d. caida
b. aljibe
80. The overhanging 2nd floor of the bahay na bato is the
a. alcoba b. balcon c. azotea d. volada
d. volada
81. A detached structure from the bahay kubo where palay is kept is the
a. finaryon b. kamalig c. falig d. dema
b. Kamalig
82. The low table found in the bulwagan is called
a. dulang b. Aljibe c. Walay d. Bilik
a. dulang
83. The cooking area in the bahay kubo is the
a. dapogan b. Gilir c. Cocina d. tapayan
b. Gilir
84. In the bahay kubo, the private sleeping room is called
a. cuarto b. Bangahan c. Silid d. Tampipi
c. Silid
85. The kitchen or cooking area called paglutuan in the dialect is also known as
a. Gilir b. Dapogan c. Banggera d. batalan
a. Gilir
86. Architect of Chrysler Building
a. Erich Mendelsohn b. Le Corbusier c. Van Alen d. Mies van der Rohe
c. Van Alen
87. Architect of Taipei 101
a. SOM b. Cesar Pelli c. C.Y. Lee d. Robert Ong
c. C.Y. Lee
88. Architect of Brasilian Congress
a. Le Corbusier b. Oscar Niemeyer c. Mies Van Der Rohe d. Alvar Aalto
b. Oscar Niemeyer
89. Architect of RCBC Bank or Yuchengco Bldg., Makati
a. Recio Casas & Partners b. W.Cosculuela & Ass. c. G. Formoso d. Philip Recto
b. W.Cosculuela & Ass.
90. Architect of Metropolitan Center , Manila
a. Juan Nakpil b. Juan Arellano c. Pablo Antonio d. Fernando Ocampo
b. Juan Arellano
91. Architect of Mall of Asia :
a. Del Rosario & Partnersb. Robert Ong c. Rogelio Villarozad. SOM
b. Robert Ong
92. Architect of Jai Alai , Manila
a. Juan Nakpil b. Juan Arellano c. Pablo Antonio d. Fernando Ocampo
a. Juan Nakpil
93. Architect of Philippine Heart Center ,Q.C.
a. Juan Arellano b. Jorge Ramos c. Pablo Antonio d. Fernando Ocampo
b. Jorge Ramos
94. Architect of Rizal Park , or Luneta Park :
a. Ildefonso Santos b. Pablo Antonio c. Juan Andres de Luna d. Juan Nakpil
a. Ildefonso Santos
95. Architect of PBCOM , Makati SOM with Filipino counterpart
a. G. Formoso & Partners b. W. Cosculuella & Asso. c. R. Villaroza d.. Recio +Casas
a. G. Formoso & Partners
96. Architect of Central Bank of the Philippines;
a. G. Formoso & Partners b. W. Cosculuella & Asso. c.R. Villaroza d.. Recio +Casas
a. G. Formoso & Partners
97. Architect of Manila City Hall ;
a. Juan Nakpil b. Antonio Toledo c. Pablo Antonio d. Fernando Ocampo
b. Antonio Toledo
98. Architect of Meralco Center Ortigas;
a. J. M. Zaragosa Araneta b. Antonio Toledo c. Pablo Antonio d. Fernando Ocampo
a. Jose Maria Zaragosa Araneta
99. Architect of NBI Natl. Bureau of Investigation , Taft Ave.
a. Otillo Arellano b. Antonio Toledo c. Pablo Antonio d. Fernando Ocampo
a. Otillo Arellano
100.Architect of Post Office Bldg.
a. Otillo Arellano b. Antonio Toledo c. Pablo Antonio d. Juan de Guzman Arellano
d. Juan de Guzman Arellano

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PULLS
EVERYTHING TOGETHER
Destiny is not a matter of
chance ;
Its a matter of choice ;
Its not a thing to be
waited for ;
Its a thing
to be achieved !
Im , a great believer in luck ,
And I find the harder I work
The more I have of it !!
Thomas Jefferson
Whenever I hear,
It cant be done
I know Im very close to success .

Arkijam 2010
Arkijam 2010
Ability is what youre capable of
doing
Motivation determines what you do
Attitude determines
how well you do
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God Bless you all !