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A phenomenon of light and visual perception that may be describe in terms of an individual’s perception of hue, saturation, and lightness
for objects, and hue, saturation, and brightness for light sources.
a. Sun Light b. Lighting c. Monochrome d. Color

2. A relative light value of a color, produced by adding white to it.

a. Tone b. Gray c. Tint d. Monochromatic

3. A relative dark value of a color, produced by adding black to it.

a. Tone b. Gray c. Shade d. Hue

4. Any set of colors, as red, yellow, and blue regarded as generating all other colors.
a. Analogous Color b. Primary Color c. Secondary Color d. Tertiary Color

5. Having only one color or exhibiting varying intensities and values of a single hue.
a. Triad b. Achromatic c. Polychromatic d. Monochromatic

6. An intermediate value of color between a tint and a shade.

a. Tone b. Gray c. Hue d. Tint

7. An achromatic color between white and black.

a. Monochromatic b. Gray c. Tint c. Hue

8. Having no saturation and therefore no hue, as white, black, or gray.

a. Brightness b. Monochromatic c. Achromatic d. Polychromatic

9. Having or exhibiting a variety of colors.

a. Brightness b. Monochromatic c. Achromatic d. Polychromatic

10. The degree by which a color differs from a gray of the same lightness or brightness, corresponding to saturation of the perceive color.
a. Hue b. Saturation c. Chroma d. Lightness

11. The degree by which a color appears to reflect more or less of the incident light, corresponding to lightness of the perceived color.
a. Value b. Brightness c. Saturation d. Lightness

12. The dimension of color by which an object appears to reflect more or less of the incident of light, varying from black to white for surface
colors and from black to colorless for transparent volume colors.
a. Hue b. Saturation c. Chroma d. Lightness

13. One of the three dimensions of color: the purity or vividness of a hue. Also called intensity.
a. Hue b. Saturation c. Chroma d. Lightness

14. The dimension of a color which is correlated with luminance and by which visual stimuli are ordered continuously from very dim to very
bright. Pure white has the maximum brightness, and pure black the minimum brightness.
a. Value b. Brightness c. Saturation d. Lightness

15. One of the three dimensions of color: the property of light by which the color of an object is classified as being red, yellow, green, or blue,
or an intermediate between any contiguous pair of these colors.
a. Hue b. Saturation c. Chroma d. Lightness

16. Elisha Grave Otis invented the elevator in the year of ____.
a. 1852 b. 1871 c. 1891 d. 1888

17. Year of the Great fire of Chicago

a. 1852 b. 1871 c. 1891 d. 1888

18. Year of the World Columbian Exposition

a. 1852 b. 1871 c. 1891 d. 1888

19. Who of these have not administer the Bauhaus

a. Mies Van Der Rohe b. Le Corbusier c. Walter Gropius d. Marcel Brewer

20. Stated “Less is Bore”

a. Robert Venturi b. Le Corbusier c. Mies Van Der Rohe d. Adolf Loos

21. Stated “The unplanned growth of cities”

a. Daniel Burnham b. Frederick Law Olmsted c. Sir Christopher Wren d. Ernest W. Bugress
22. Famous Landscape Architect of Anglo-American
a. Frederick Law Olmsted b. Daniel Burnham c. Joseph Paxton d. Calvert Vaux

23. First Zoning ordinance enacted in New York, USA in ____.

a. 1900 b. 1926 c. 1961 d. 1916

24. Founded the GARDEN CITY MOVEMENT in England 1898 as an approach of urban planning.
a. Raymund Unwin b. Sir Ebenezer Howard c. Barry Parker d. Ernest W. Bugress

25. BROADACRE CITY was urban or suburban development concept proposed by ________________.
a. Mies Van Der Rohe b. Ernest W. Bugress c. Le Corbusier d. Frank Lloyd Wright

26. CENTRAL PLACE THEORY is a geographical theory that seeks to explain the size and spacing of human settlements. It rests on the notion
that centralization is a natural principle of order and that human settlements follow it. Created by __________.
a. Sir Ebenezer Howard b. Walter Christaller c. Raymond Unwin d. Le Corbusier

27. The LINEAR CITY design was first developed by ___________ in Spain during the 19th century
a. Hippodamus b. Arturo Soria y Mata c. Leonardo Da Vinci d. Antonio Sant’elia

28. Who proposed the SECTOR MODEL in urban land use and demography modified the concentric zone model of city development?
a. Homer Hoyt b. Frank Lloyd Wright c. Ernest W. Bugress d. Sir Ebenezer Howard

29. Who created the CONCENTRIC RING MODEL was the first to explain distribution of social groups within urban areas?
a. Ernest W. Bugress b. Homer Hoyt c. Walter Christaller d. d. Frank Lloyd Wright

30. Who developed the MULTIPLE NUCLEI MODEL?

a. Le Corbusier b. Harris and Ullman c. Christaller & Wright d. Bugress & Hoyt

31. What is the color for Residential in zoning?

a. Red b. Yellow c. Green d. Blue

31. What is the color for Playground in zoning?

a. Blue b. Violet c. Green d. Yellow

32. What is the color for Industrial in zoning?

a. Blue b. Violet c. Red d. Yellow

33. The Longest Day in a year? Also called Summer solstice.

a. June 21 b. December 21 c. September 22 d. March 20

34. The Shortest Day in a year? Also called Winter Solstice.

a. June 21 b. December 21 c. September 22 d. March 20

35. The earth is tilted on what degree?

a. 22° 50’ b. 23° 47’ c. 24° 45’ d. 25° 47’

36. Who designed the Empire State Building in New York, 1931?
a. S. O. M. b. Mies Van Der Rohe c. Shreve, Lamb & Harmon d. William van Alen

37. Who designed the Einstein Tower at Potsdam, 1920s?

a. Erich Mendelsohn b. Antoni Gaudi c. Victor Horta d. Walter Gropius

38. A style that includes all branches of medieval art, first identified around 1140, and originating in the France. Its identifying features are the
soaring group pillars and the pointed arch.
a. Renaissance b. Gothic c. Byzantine d. Romanesque

39. Reappearance of classicalism in Europe around 1900, e.g. in the work of Peter Behrens.
a. Neo-Baroque b. Neo-Gothic c. Neo-Classicalism d. Neo-Renaissance

40. This idea has kept coming to life again since Antiquity. It implies constructing a city along ideal social, economic, and political lines.
a. Garden City b. Linear City c. d. Ideal City

41. The basic scheme or concept for an architectural design, represented by a diagram.
a. Schematic b. Conceptual Design c. Parti d. Sketch

42. Father of the American City Planning; He also planned Chicago, San Francisco, and Manila
a. Hippodamus b. Joseph Paxton c. Frederick Law Olmsted d. Daniel Burnham
43. it is known as the architecture of the curve line
a. Renaissance b. Art Nouveau c. Roman d. Baroque

44. The principal floor of the Italian Palazzo

a. Entresol b. Piano Nobile c. Oeil-de-boeuf d. Sgrafitto

45. The internal court, surrounded by an arcade, in Italian palace

a. Cortile b. Patio c. Atrium d. Hypaethral Court

46. A form of decoration in colored plastered

a. Sgrafitto b. Applique façade c. Rustication d. Fresco

47. It means “silver smith like” the richly decorative style of the Spanish renaissance in the 16 th century and its early phase is also referred to
as Isabelline Architecture
a. Plateresque b. Rococo c. Churrigueresque d. Baroque

48. Perhaps the most striking feature of the Elizabethan mansion, this ran the whole length of the upper floor and connected the wings in
either side of the central hall.
a. Long Gallery b. Withdrawing Room c. Winter Room d. Grand Staircase

49. It is the Eclectic Style of the domestic architecture of the 1870’s and 1880’s in England and the USA & actually based on the country house
and cottage Elizabethan architecture which was characterized by a blending of Tudor Gothic, English Renaissance & Colonial elements in the
a. Mannerist Phase b. Queen Anne Style c. Jacobean Architecture d. Stuart Architecture

50. The most famous architect of St. Paul’s Cathedral

a. Inigo Jones b. Sir Christopher Wren c. Sir George Stuart d. Filippo Brunelleschi

51. It is the principal decoration for walls & ceilings for renaissance palaces as well as churches
a. Mosaic b. Rustification c. Brick facing d. Fresco Painting

52. He was Rome’s 1st outstanding architect of the Renaissance and made the 1 st design of the St. Peter’s Basilica, Rome
a. Baldassare, Peruzzi b. Donato Bramante c. Luciano Laurana d. Meo del Caprino

53. One of the world’s greatest painter and the architect of distinction, he design the Palazzo Pandolfini, Florence
a. Michelangelo b. Giulio Romano c. Raphael Santi d. Pirro Ligorio

54. One of those commissioned in the design of St. Peter’s Basilica, Rome & the author of “The Five Orders of Arch”, and design the Gesu
Church, Rome consider as the prototype of later Jesuit Churches
a. Giacomo Barozzi da Vignola b. Domenico Fontana c. Carlo Maderna d. Flaminio Ponzio

55. This church design by Alberti was of special significance as the prototype of many later Renaissance churches
a. S.Maria dei Miracoli b. St, Peter’s Basilica c. S.Maria della Pace d. S.Andrea, Mantua

56. In France, amore delicate and intimate version of Baroque was developed but it was more of a style of decoration rather than a style of
a. Meissoniet b. Art Nouveau c. Rococo d. Sezessione

57. He erected the entrance piazza surrounded by 264 Ionic columns to the St. Peter’s Basilica
a. Da Sangallo b. Bernini c. Giacondo d. Della Porta

58. The 1st Latin Cross Plan to the St. Peter’s Basilica, Rome was made by
a. Bernini b. Peruzzi c. Vignola d. Raphael

59. The 1st plan the St. Peter’s Basilica made by Bramante was
a. Latin cross b. Basilican c. Greek cross d. Calvary cross

60. Long-lived and world famous Florentine sculptor, the painter of the vaulted ceiling of the Sistine Chapel and designer of the famous dome
of St. Peter’s Basilica, Rome
a. Fra Giacondo b. Michelangelo c. Domenico Fontana d. Giacomo della Porta

61. Da Vignola built one of the most magnificent in all Renaissance palace, recalling Hadrian’s mausoleum in mass and outline, while the
circular internal court suggests the Colosseum, Rome
a. Capitol, Rome b. Ducai Palace c. Paiazzo Farnese d. Villa of Pope Julius, RM

62. Design for Louis XIV b LeVau, this royal residence is typical of the period to which it belongs, both in the magnitude of its layout & in the
enourmous expenditure in money and labor which it involved;
a. Chateau d’ Azay-le-Rideau b. Palais de Luxemburg c. Palais de Versailles d. Chateau de Maissons

63. It is the lavishly ornamented Spanish Baroque style of the early 18 th century characterized by a reaction from the correct and frigid
a. Modernism b. Moorish c. Arabesque d. Churrigueresque

64. One of the finest examples of the Spanish Renaissance, this is a square mass of building about 200’ each way, enclosing a majestic open
circular patio
a. Palace of Charles V b. Guell Palace c. Escorlal d. Waldstein Palace

65. One of the most important architecture of Early Victorian Era and designed by Sir Joseph Paxton
a. Victoria Railway Station b. Crystal Palace c. Eiffel Tower d. Library of S. Genevieve, Paris

66. The principal exponent of the Art Nouveau in Britain was

a. Wells Coates b. E. Maxwell Fry c. Walter Gropius d. C. R. Mackintosh

67. Art Nouveau in Germany known as

a. Jugendstil b. Bauhaus c. Empire Style d. Eclecticism

68. The term used to indicate Muslim Architecture in North Africa

a. Seijur b. Mogul c. Moorish d. Arab

69. This is a gateway to a Dravidian temple for Hindu Architecture

a. Stupa b. Torii c. Torana d. Gopuram

70. This is a Chinese gateway made of stone and wood

a. Virmana b. Torii c. Pai-lou d. Mandap

71. This is a Japanese gateway usually with Three Openings

a. Torii b. Hogyo c. Torana d. Gopuram

72. Area reserve for entertaining guest in the bahay kubo

a. Dulang b. Caida c. Sala d. bulwagan

73. The largest and oldest cave dwelling found in the southwest of Palawan is
a. Calaio cave b. Tabon Cave c. Bathaia Cave d. Libmanan cave

74. A detached structure from bahay kubo where palay is kept

a. Dulang b. Kamalig c. Falig d. Dema

75. The low table found in the bulwagan

a. Dulang b. Aljibe c. Walak d. Bilik

76. First Architect under the American Period with academic title MO-A
a. Carlos Barreto b. Felix Roxas y Arroyo c. Diego Hervas d. Tomas Mapua

77. Famous Quiapo Church was influence by

a. Post Renaissance Architecture b. Baroque Architecture c. Neo Classical d. Baroque & Neo Classical

78. Tallest building in the Philippines located in Ayala, Makati

a. LKG Tower b. G. T. International Tower c. PBCOM Tower d. Ayala Tower

79. The first all iron building in the world

a. San Agustin b. San Sebastian Church c. Malolos Church d. Lipa Cathedral

80. The only surviving structure of the 1945 war in Intramuros

a. San Juan de Letran College b. Manila Cathedral c. San Agustin Church Inglesia de San Ignacio

81. Movement characterized by a patterned repetition or alteration of formal elements or motifs in the same or a modified form
a. Rhythm b. Repetition c. Interval d. Hierarchy

82. Idea introduced by Le Corbusier originally relating to use of unfinished, bare concrete, and taken up by the Smithsons and other in Great
Britain. It stands for architecture that is truthful about its materials, where nothing is covered up, so that functional relationships are directly
a. Brutalism b. Deconstructivism c. Cubism d. Art Nouveau
83. The study of symbolic and communicative role of spatial separation individuals maintain in various social and interpersonal situations, and
how the nature and degree of this spatial arrangement relates to environmental cultural factors.
a. Architectonics b. Territoriality c. Proxemics d. Ergonomics

84. The ability to transcend traditional ideas, patterns, or relationships and to initiate meaningful new ideas, forms, or interpretations.
a. Originality b. Creativity c. Imagination d. Design Concept

85. Stated “By law, all buildings should be white”

a. Le Corbusier b. Mies Van Der Rohe c. Alvar Aalto d. Louis Sullivan

86. The circulation of fresh air through windows, doors, or other openings on opposite sides of a room.
a. Natural Ventilation b. Whole-house ventilator c. Cross Ventilation d. Chimney Effect

87. Stated “Form follows function”

a. Le Corbusier b. Mies Van Der Rohe c. Louis Sullivan d. Adolf Loos

88. A philosophy of architectural design that emerged in the 20th century. Asserting that building should have a structure and plan that fulfill
its functional requirements, harmonize with its natural environment, and form an intellectual lucid, integrated whole. The shapes or forms in
such work are often irregular contour and seem to resemble or suggest forms found in nature.
a. Vernacular Architecture b. Functionalism c. Organic Architecture d. Abstract Expressionism

89. The point on the celestial sphere vertically above a given position or observer.
a. Equator b. Zenith c. Azimuth d. Ground Light

90. Design Build Services by Administration’s Fee

a. 10% b. 6% c. 7% d. 8%

91. Specialize Allied Services’ Fee for Acoustical, communication and electronic engineering services
a. 10% - 15% Cost of Work b. 7% Cost of Works c. 15% - 20% Cost of Work d. 15% Cost of Works

92. Full time supervision’s method of compensation

a. 5% PCC b. 1% - 1.5% PCC c. 1.5% - 3% PCC d. 2% - 5% PCC

93. Influential movement in the area of applied art, originating in England in the middle of 19 th century under the leadership of Philip Webb
and John Ruskin. They were in favor of a return to craft tradition of the Middle Ages and were against industrial mass production.
a. Rococo b. Classicism Renaissance d. Arts & Craft Movement

94. What size of picture size for the Progress Photograph?

a. 6” x 8” b. 3” x 5” c. 8.5” x 11.5” d. 4” x 6”

95. How many days that the contractor to submit the Breakdown Cost of Contract after the Notice to proceed issued?
a. 3 days b. 7 days c. 10 days d. 15 days

96. How many months to release retention after the date of final payment?
a. 2 months b. 6 months c. 3 months d. 12 months

97. American __________ of Testing Material

a. Standard b. Society c. Swastika d. School

98. Post Construction Services’ method of compensation

a. 1% - 1.5% gross rental b. 4% - 6% gross rental c. 2% - 5% gross rental d. 7% gross rental

99. He shall provide the necessary management support by applying his leadership and showing respect for co-professionals to be more
effective participants in the team.
a. Project Manager b. Construction Manager c. Full-time Inspector d. Architect

100. Convention Halls

a. 6% b. 7% c. 8% d. 10%