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    • Architecture

    • Architecture (Latin , from the Greek arkhitekton "architect", from "chief" and "builder") is both the process and the product of planning, designing, and constructing buildings and other physical structures. Architectural works, in the material form of buildings, are often perceived as cultural symbols and as works ... Read »


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    • International Biennale of Architecture in Kraków


    • 4D BIM

    • 4D BIM, an acronym for 4D Building Information Modeling and a term widely used in the CAD industry, refers to the intelligent linking of individual 3D CAD components or assemblies with time- or schedule-related information.The use of the term 4D is intended to refer to the fourth dimension: time, i.e. 4D is 3D plus sch ... Read »


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    • 5D BIM

    • 5D BIM, an acronym for 5D Building Information Modeling, is a term used in the CAD and construction industries, and refers to the intelligent linking of individual 3D CAD components or assemblies with schedule (time - 4D BIM) constraints and then with cost-related information. The creation of 5D models enables the va ... Read »


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    • 6D BIM

    • 6D BIM, an acronym for 6D Building Information Modeling and a term widely used in the Construction industry, refers to the intelligent linking of individual 3D CAD components or assemblies with all aspects of project life-cycle management information. The 6D model is usually delivered to the owner when a construction ... Read »


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    • 80 South Street New Design

    • 80 South Street is a new design of the old cancelled building that is proposed to replace the original 80 South Street design. It is first revived in 2013, the architect removed the spire and now more thicker. The building will be completed in 2016. ... Read »


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    • Senan Abdelqader

    • Senan Abdelqader

      Senan Hasan Qasem Abdelqader (Arabic: سنان عبد القادر; born 30 November 1962) is an Arab-Palestinian architect and urban planner. In 2007 he participated in the São Paulo Biennale in Brazil, where he published his book entitled “Architecture of Dependency” in which he ... Read »


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    • Accessible housing

    • Accessible housing refers to the construction or modification (such as through renovation or home modification) of housing to enable independent living for persons with disabilities. Accessibility is achieved through architectural design, but also by integrating accessibility features such as modified furniture, shelve ... Read »


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    • Annmarie Adams

    • Annmarie Adams

      Annmarie Adams (born 1960) is an architectural historian and university professor. Currently she is the Chair of the Department of Social Studies of Medicine and is the former Director of the School of Architecture at McGill University. Adams specializes in healthcare architecture and gendered space. At McGill she teac ... Read »


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    • Asli Agirbas

    • Asli Agirbas is an architect. She is known with her futuristic works. ... Read »


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    • American Architecture Awards

    • The American Architecture Awards are national and international awards program for new architecture, landscape architecture, interiors, and urban planning in the United States. The program was launched by the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design in 1994 to honor and celebrate the most outstanding archit ... Read »


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    • American Prize for Architecture

    • The American Prize for Architecture, also known as the Louis H. Sullivan Award, is bestowed to an outstanding practitioner in the United States that has emblazoned a new direction in the history of American Architecture with talent, vision, and commitment and has demonstrated consistent contributions to humanity throug ... Read »


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    • ArchiCamp

    • ArchiCamp is an unofficial annual gathering of Australian and international architecture students, architects, craftsmen and artists, focused on sustainability, ethical development and professional culture. Leading Australian architects participate in the events, including Richard Leplastrier, Kerry and Lindsay Clare. ... Read »


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    • Archimede construction systems

    • Archimede construction systems are construction techniques achieving rhombic dodecahedral shapes, a space-filling geometry. In America, most of these systems generate building envelopes made up of as little as two panel shapes and sizes, this feature allowing for maximum industrialization. These panels are generally pr ... Read »


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    • Architeam

    • ArchiTeam is a network of promoting architecture and architectural tourism all over the world. The principal aim of ArchiTeam is to gather information and experiences through traveling in order to create an electronic Architectural City Guide. ArchiTeam is a group of young architects, who have joined together envi ... Read »


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    • Architect of record

    • Architect of record is the architect or architecture firm whose name appears on a building permit issued for a specific project on which that architect or firm performed services. Building permits are issued by a government agency with the authority in a certain jurisdiction to regulate building construction and enforc ... Read »


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    • Architect-led design–build


    • Architectural Barriers Act of 1968

    • The Architectural Barriers Act of 1968 ("ABA", Pub.L. 90–480, 82 Stat. 718, enacted August 12, 1968, codified at 42 U.S.C. § 4151 et seq.) is an Act of Congress, enacted by President Lyndon B. Johnson. The ABA requires that facilities designed, built, altered, or leased with funds supplied by th ... Read »


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    • Architectural management

    • Architectural management falls into two distinct parts, office management and project management (Brunton et al., 1964; Emmitt, 1999a & 1999b). Office management provides an overall framework within which individual projects are commissioned, designed and completed. Both parts have the same objectives but are typically ... Read »


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    • Architectural painting

    • Architectural painting (also Architecture painting) is a form of genre painting where the predominant focus lies on architecture, both outdoors views and interiors. While architecture was present in many of the earliest paintings and illuminations, it was mainly used as background or to provide rhythm to a painting. In ... Read »


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    • Architecture of Albania

    • The Architecture of Albania is influenced by Illyrian, Greek, Roman, Ottoman and Italian architecture, while preserving distinct Albanian features such as the Albanian house. From antiquity to the modern period, cities in Albania have evolved from within the castle to include dwellings, religious, and commercial struct ... Read »


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    • Architecture of Kosovo

    • The Architecture of Kosovo dates back to the Neolithic Period and includes the Copper, Bronze and Iron Ages, Antiquity and the Medieval period. It has been influenced by the presence of different civilizations and religions as evidenced by the structures which have survived to this day. Local builders have combined bui ... Read »


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    • Architecture of Star Wars

    • Architecture in Star Wars includes the cities, buildings, ships, and other structures of the fictional Star Wars universe as described and depicted in books, movies, comics, and cartoons. Architects Journal ranked the top 10, including the Death Star and the Jedi Temple. Comparing the urban and natural environments pi ... Read »


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    • Armenhoef

    • The Armenhoef is a monumental farm on the Oirschotseweg 117 in the North Brabantian town Best in the Netherlands. The Armenhoef is the oldest, still in use farm of North Western Europe. By archaeological building research in 2009 the timber frame of the barn was determined to date back to 1263. The modern farmhouse it ... Read »


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    • ASHRAE 55

    • ANSI/ASHRAE Standard 55 (Thermal Environmental Conditions for Human Occupancy) is a standard that provides minimum requirements for acceptable thermal indoor environments. It establishes the ranges of indoor environmental conditions that are acceptable to achieve thermal comfort for occupants. It was first published in ... Read »


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    • Atmosphere (architecture and spatial design)

    • In architecture and spatial design, atmosphere refers to the sensorial qualities that a space emits. Atmosphere is an immediate form of physical perception, and is recognised through emotional sensibility. Architects and designers use the notion of atmosphere to argue that architecture and space is designed and built f ... Read »


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    • Avant-garde architecture

    • Avant-garde architecture is architecture which is innovative and radical. There have been a variety of architects and movements whose work has been characterised in this way, especially Modernism. Other examples include Constructivism, Neoplasticism (De Stijl) and Expressionism. ... Read »


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    • Baileo

    • Baileo is a custom house, in Maluku and North Maluku, Indonesia. The house is a representation of the Baileo Maluku culture and has an important function for the life of the community. Baileo is the identity of any community in the Moluccas in addition to a mosque or church. Baileo serves as a repository for sacred ob ... Read »


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    • Belsize architects

    • Belsize Architects are a British architectural practice based in London, UK. Belsize Architects have completed buildings in a number of different sectors. The University College Boathouse in Oxford is an iconic and very recognisable architectural statement in and around the city and won a RIBA Award in 2008. The pract ... Read »


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    • Belvedere Apartments (Columbia, Missouri)

    • Belvedere Apartments is a well-preserved Spanish Colonial Revival-style apartment building located at 206 Hitt Street in downtown Columbia, Missouri. Built in 1927, the building was designed by notable female architect, Nelle Peters. The building was added to Columbia's Notable Buildings List in 2008 and is a possible ... Read »


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    • BIM Task Group

    • The Building Information Modelling (BIM) Task Group is a UK Government-funded group, managed through the Cabinet Office, created in 2011 (and holding its first meeting in May 2011) and chaired by Mark Bew. It was founded to "drive adoption of BIM across government" in support of the Government Construction Strategy. It ... Read »


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    • Brief (architecture)

    • An architectural brief is a statement of a client's requirements, which form the basis for appointing an architect. The brief describes the requirements that need to be reconciled and accommodated, and is developed first as a design which is submitted for approval, and subsequently constructed as a building or other st ... Read »


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    • Building design

    • Building Design

      Building Design, or BD, is a weekly architectural magazine and digital title in the United Kingdom. BD was launched in 1970 by publisher Morgan Grampian as a closed circulation weekly as high-tech architecture was just starting to take-off. It ceased its print edition in March 2014, remaining a digital only publicatio ... Read »


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    • Building energy simulation

    • Building energy simulation, also called building energy modeling (or energy modeling in context), is the use of software to predict the energy use of a building. A typical energy model will have inputs for climate; envelope; internal gains from lighting, equipment, and occupants; heating, cooling, and ventilation ... Read »


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    • Building information modeling

    • Building information modelling (BIM) is a process involving the generation and management of digital representations of physical and functional characteristics of places. Building information models (BIMs) are files (often but not always in proprietary formats and containing proprietary data) which can be extracted, ex ... Read »


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    • Building material

    • Building material is any material which is used for construction purposes. Many naturally occurring substances, such as clay, rocks, sand, and wood, even twigs and leaves, have been used to construct buildings. Apart from naturally occurring materials, many man-made products are in use, some more and some less syntheti ... Read »


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    • Building typology

    • Building typology refers to the study and documentation of a set of buildings which have similarities in their form. There are two ways of looking at the term "building types". The first is a very common one used by architects that refers to the building's use. (See a list of building types by use.) Common building typ ... Read »


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    • Vincent Callebaut

    • Vincent Callebaut

      Vincent Callebaut (b. May 27, 1977 - ) is a Belgian ecological architect. He designs futuristic-like ecodistrict projects which take account of several aspects of sustainability (renewable energies, biodiversity, urban agriculture). Vincent Callebaut was born in 1977 in Belgium. He graduated in 2000 from the Insti ... Read »


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    • Church of Ecce Homo (Alcamo)

    • Church of Ecce Homo (Alcamo)

      The Church of Ecce Homo was a catholic Church in Alcamo, in the province of Trapani. The present Church was built in 1753 on the same spot where there was a chapel, called the Crocifissello (that is the small Crucifix) close to the western town walls; in fact, as it was very little, the members of the Congregation ... Read »


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    • Church of Jesus Christ the Redeemer (Alcamo)

    • Church of Jesus Christ the Redeemer (Alcamo)

      The church of Jesus Christ the Redeemer ( chiesa Gesù Cristo Redentore) is a Catholic church in Alcamo, in the province of Trapani. On June 14, 1985, the bishop of the diocese of Trapani, Mons. Emanuele Romano, established a new Parish dedicated to Gesù Cristo Redentore; it was entrusted to Don Benedetto Cot ... Read »


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    • Church of saint Augustine (Alcamo)

    • Church of saint Augustine (Alcamo)

      The Church of Saint Augustine is a Catholic church located in Alcamo, in the province of Trapani. In 1506 the Fathers of the Order of Saint Augustine had already a friary in Alcamo opposite Porta Saccari (a town gate) near the present via San Nicolò. As they bore hard being subject to the Bishop’s authorit ... Read »


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    • Church of Saint Joseph the Worker

    • Church of Saint Joseph the Worker

      The Church of Saint Joseph the Worker (Alcamo) is a Catholic Church located in Alcamo, in the province of Trapani. Thanks to the priest Bartolomeo Palumbo, it was founded in 1946 on a piece of land given by a lady and built after the plan of Giuseppe Russo, an engineer; it already became a parish in 1947. The sam ... Read »


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    • Church of Saint Nicholas of Bari (Alcamo)

    • Church of Saint Nicholas of Bari (Alcamo)

      The Church of San Nicolò di Bari was a Catholic church located in Alcamo, in the province of Trapani. In 1430 there already existed a Church with this name in Alcamo in 1430 and the Liotta family had the patronage on it. In 1558 Nicolò di Gregorio, one of their descendants, gave Pietro Mastrandrea, the Recto ... Read »


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    • Church of Saint Peter the Apostle (Alcamo)

    • Church of Saint Peter the Apostle (Alcamo)

      The Church of Saint Peter the Apostle is a Catholic Church in Alcamo in the province of Trapani. Adjoining it there is the Orfanotrofio Femminile di San Pietro. This church is one of the oldest ones in Alcamo, as it is proved by a document dating back to 1367. Annexed to a female Orphanage in 1631, it was rebuilt ... Read »


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    • Church of Saints Paul and Bartholomew

    • Church of Saints Paul and Bartholomew

      The Church of Saints Paul and Bartholomew is made in 17th century baroque style and located in Alcamo, in the province of Trapani, Sicily, southern Italy. In 1533 Don Adamo Morfino, further to a vow promise, started the construction of a hospital for sick and incurable people with a contiguous chapel dedicated to ... Read »


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    • Church of the Holy Crucifix (or saint Francis of Paola)

    • Church of the Holy Crucifix (or saint Francis of Paola)

      The Church of the Holy Crucifix (or church of saint Francis of Paola) is a Catholic church in Alcamo, in the province of Trapani. There is the Confraternity of the Most Holy Crucifix, which in 1565 got the benefit of Fiera Franca from the count of Modica. Adjoining the church there was the Friary of saint Francis of ... Read »


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    • Church of the Holy Heart (Alcamo)

    • Church of the Holy Heart (Alcamo)

      The Chiesa del Sacro Cuore ("Church of the Holy Heart") is a Catholic Church located in Alcamo, in the province of Trapani. The parish of the Holy Heart of Jesus was established by the bishop of Trapani, monsignor Ricceri, on October 4, 1967. Several years before the Episcopal Curia (Catholic Church) of Trapani ha ... Read »


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    • Church of the Holy Saviour (Alcamo)

    • Church of the Holy Saviour (Alcamo)

      The Church of the Holy Saviour (or Badia Grande) is a Catholic Church located in Alcamo, in the province of Trapani. This Church, adjoining the nunnery of Badia Grande (today a grammar school) was already existing in 1300, it was rebuilt then in the middle of the 16th century and in the years 1690–97. Very in ... Read »


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    • Church of the Holy Souls in Purgatory (Alcamo)

    • Church of the Holy Souls in Purgatory (Alcamo)

      The Church of the Holy Souls in Purgatory is a Catholic Church located in Alcamo, in the province of Trapani. Adjoing it there is the Salesian Oratory of Don Bosco The Church, even if it had been planned in 1577, was built only in 1813 by Company of the Holy Monte di Pietà, near the cemetery of the plague vict ... Read »


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    • Church of the Most Holy Trinity, Alcamo

    • Church of the Most Holy Trinity, Alcamo

      The Church of the Most Holy Trinity is a Catholic Church in Alcamo, in the province of Trapani. The church was founded in 1552 by Angelo di Poto, a clergyman, on a piece of land given by the municipality, and it was a Parish from 1615 to 1639. The present one was built between 1746 and 1757, in substitution of ano ... Read »


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    • City Architect

    • A City Architect is a public office that has existed in some cities. ... Read »


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    • Computerized Approach to Residential Land Analysis (CARLA)

    • Computerized Approach to Residential Land Analysis, known as CARLA, was a proprietary software program developed by the architectural firm Willis & Associates of San Francisco, California, in 1971. In the 1970s, there were not many architectural and engineering firms that recognized the computer’s potential a ... Read »


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    • Cork School of Architecture

    • CCAE: Cork Centre for Architectural Education is the Department of Architecture at University College Cork in Ireland. The school is jointly run by University College Cork and Cork Institute of Technology and is accredited by The Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland. Professor Kevin McCartney is the current Dir ... Read »


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    • Corporate architecture

    • Corporate architecture is an architectonic discipline which focuses on designing and constructing buildings, spaces or environments with the aim of meeting the needs of a business community (a corporation). ... Read »


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    • Crowdsourcing architecture

    • Throughout history, architects have often been chosen by setting up an architectural competition and awarding the commission on the basis of the most favoured design. With the advent of the internet, a similar process has been set up by a number of businesses offering small-scale competitions for mainly domestic projec ... Read »


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    • Design quality indicator

    • The Design Quality Indicator (DQI) is a toolkit to measure, evaluate and improve the design quality of buildings. Development of DQI was started by the Construction Industry Council in 1999 and the toolkit was launched as an online resource for the UK construction industry on 1 October 2003. In 2004 the DQI received r ... Read »


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    • Diaphragm arch

    • A diaphragm arch is a transverse wall-bearing arch forming a partial wall dividing a vault or a ceiling into compartments. When used under a wooden roof, it has the advantage of providing a partial firebreak. It was first used in Roman Syria, during the 2nd century AD. ... Read »


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    • Architectural drawing

    • An architectural drawing or architect's drawing is a technical drawing of a building (or building project) that falls within the definition of architecture. Architectural drawings are used by architects and others for a number of purposes: to develop a design idea into a coherent proposal, to communicate ideas and conc ... Read »


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    • Eavesdrip

    • The eavesdrop or eavesdrip is the width of ground around a house or building which receives the rain water dropping from the eaves. By an ancient Anglo-Saxon law, a landowner was forbidden to erect any building at less than two feet from the boundary of his land, and was thus prevented from injuring his neighbour's hou ... Read »


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    • Edwards Villa

    • Edwards Villa is a large and elaborate building in Bornova, Ä°zmir, that serves as a cafeteria and social communication centre. Edwards Villa was built by the Edwards Family in 1880 as a large and elaborate residence. After Charles Edwards passed away, the villa was given the name "Murat Villa". In 1980, it was ... Read »


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    • Ell (architecture)

    • In architecture, an ell is a wing of a building that lies perpendicular to the length of the main portion. In connected farm architecture, the ell is often extended to attach the main house to another building, usually a barn. It takes its name from the shape of the letter L. ... Read »


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    • Architectural engineering

    • Architectural engineering, also known as building engineering, is the application of engineering principles and technology to building design and construction. Definitions of an architectural engineer may refer to: Structural engineering involves the analysis and design of physical objects (buildings, bridges, equ ... Read »


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    • Envirotecture

    • People, paths, and purposes is the concept of Envirotecture. Defined it is the use of Architecture, Audio - Visual Experience, and purposeful direction of individuals to experience a "milieu" for the purpose of immersion into an emotional and physical experience. The first reference know to this author is the book Pe ... Read »


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    • Expression (architecture)

    • Expression (Lat. expressio) in architecture implies a clear and authentic displaying of the character or personality of an individual (architect). The expression is often identified with the architectural movement of expressionism, whose main starting point and aim is to present and express what has been „seen†... Read »


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    • Free plan

    • The free plan, as it relates to architecture refers to an open plan with non load-bearing walls dividing interior space. In this structural system, the building structure is separate of the interior partitions. This is made possible by replacing interior load-bearing walls with moving the structure of the building to t ... Read »


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    • The French Union of Modern Artists

    • The French Union of Modern Artists (French: Union des artistes modernes; UAM) was a movement made up of decorative artists and architects founded in France on 15 May 1929 and active until 1959. Initially made up of around 20 dissidents of the Société des Artistes-Décorateurs (SAD) and led by Robert Mallet-Ste ... Read »


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    • Frisian house

    • There are several types of Frisian houses in the Netherlands as well as in Germany. ... Read »


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    • Herbert Greenwald

    • Herbert Greenwald (August 16, 1915 – February 3, 1959) was a Chicago real estate developer who utilized Ludwig Mies van der Rohe as the design architect for several landmark modern residential buildings. Herbert "Squiff" Greenwald was born and raised in St. Louis. He pursued rabbinical studies at Yeshiva Univ ... Read »


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    • Greyhound Stadium

    • Built in 1969, Greyhound Stadium is a natural grass stadium located in Portales, New Mexico. It is home of the NCAA Division II team Eastern New Mexico Greyhounds football. The stadium seats 6,100 people, but has a standard capacity of 5,200. The stadium is currently under renovation, and is expected to open for the st ... Read »


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    • Hausman LLC

    • Hausman LLC

      Tami Hausman(Founder and President) Hausman LLC (Hausman Communications) is an American public relations firm based in Manhattan, New York City. Founded in 2008 by Tami Hausman, the firm is a privately held company primarily representing clients in architecture, engineering, construction, and other design-related indu ... Read »


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    • Heart of the City (Kaliningrad)

    • The Heart of the City is a long-term project aiming at the redevelopment of the historic centre of Kaliningrad, the area surrounding the former Königsberg Castle and the House of Soviets. The project implementation unit is a Non-governmental organization Urban Planning Bureau “Heart of the City” (Russian n ... Read »


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    • Ideal town

    • Ideal town was a Renaissance concept developed by Italian polymath Leon Battista Alberti (1404–1472), author of ten books of treatises on modern architecture titled De Re Aedificatoria written about 1450 with additions made until the time of his death in 1472. Alberti's architectural theories concerned the plannin ... Read »


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    • Illinois Solar Decathlon

    • Illinois Solar Decathlon (ISD) is an interdisciplinary organization based in the Champaign-Urbana, IL and is the official Solar Decathlon team for the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. It is also closely affiliated with the Illinois School of Architecture. Illinois Solar Decathlon was formed in 2007 afte ... Read »


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    • Indigenous architecture

    • The field of Indigenous Architecture refers to the study and practice of architecture of, for and by Indigenous people (including landscape architecture and other design for the built environment). It is a field of study and practice in the United States, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Arctic area of Sápmi and many ... Read »


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    • Industrial architecture

    • Industrial architecture is the design and construction of buildings serving industry. Such buildings rose in importance with the industrial revolution, and were some of the pioneering structures of modern architecture. ... Read »


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    • Integrated project delivery

    • Integrated project delivery (IPD), is a collaborative alliance of people, systems, business structures and practices into a process that harnesses the talents and insights of all participants to optimize project results, increase value to the owner, reduce waste, and maximize efficiency through all phases of design, fa ... Read »


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    • Interactive architecture

    • Interactive architecture refers to the branch of architecture which deals with buildings featuring the trio of sensors, processors and effectors, embedded as a core part of its nature and functioning. Interactive architecture encompasses building automation but goes beyond it by including forms of interaction engagemen ... Read »


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    • International Architecture Biennal Rotterdam

    • The International Architecture Biennale Rotterdam (IABR) is a bi-annual international event bringing together international knowledge and experience in various design disciplines (architecture, urban planning and landscape architecture), and presenting this knowledge and experience to a broader audience. Unlike other ... Read »


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    • International Building Performance Simulation Association

    • International Building Performance Simulation Association

      The International Building Performance Simulation Association (IBPSA), is a non-profit international society of building performance simulation researchers, developers and practitioners, dedicated to improving the built environment. IBPSA aims to provide a forum for researchers, developers and practitioners to review b ... Read »


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    • Joseph Bellomo Architects

    • Joseph Bellomo Architects, Inc. is an architecture office located in Palo Alto, California. Founded in 1986, the design office provides architecture, planning, interior design, and graphic design. The firm specializes in innovative and sustainable architecture that “heats itself, cools itself, powers itself, expre ... Read »


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    • Joseph Kay (architect)

    • Joseph Kay (1775 - 1847) was an English architect, particularly active in the early years of the 19th century, and associated with the layout of central Greenwich and with Hastings. He was one of the original members of the Royal Institute of British Architects, and was elected a fellow in 1834. Kay was a pupil of ... Read »


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    • Landscape architecture

    • Landscape architecture is the design of outdoor public areas, landmarks, and structures to achieve environmental, social-behavioral, or aesthetic outcomes. It involves the systematic investigation of existing social, ecological, and soil conditions and processes in the landscape, and the design of interventions that wi ... Read »


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    • Landscaping of the Acropolis of Athens

    • The landscaping of the Acropolis of Athens includes a system of paths and architectural interventions designed by Dimitris Pikionis, an architect and teacher at the School of Architecture at the National Technical University of Athens, in participation with his students, from 1954 to 1957. The project consists of a ne ... Read »


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    • Macro Sea

      Macro Sea is an American real estate development firm formed in 2009 by developer David Belt. Primarily known for its development of adaptive reuse and interim use projects, Macro Sea has been the subject of substantial media coverage recently because of its development of New Lab, Building 128 in the Brooklyn Navy Yar ... Read »


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    • Magnetic field architecture

    • Magnetic Field Architecture (MFA) is based on Lenz’s Law, which states that if a magnetic field moves relative to a conductor, an eddy current is generated in that conductor. The technology uses engines to generate a primary magnetic field. These, in turn, create eddy currents, which generate a magnetic field of t ... Read »


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    • Membrane structure

    • Membrane structures are spatial structures made out of tensioned membranes. The structural use of membranes can be divided into pneumatic structures, tensile membrane structures, and cable domes. In these three kinds of structure, membranes work together with cables, columns and other construction members to find a for ... Read »


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    • Metaphoric architecture

    • Metaphoric architecture is an architectural movement that developed in Europe during the mid-20th century. It is considered by some to be merely an aspect of postmodernism whilst others consider it to be a school in its own right and a later development of expressionist architecture. The style is characterised by the ... Read »


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    • Geoffrey Harley Mewton

    • Geoffrey Harley Mewton (1905-1998) was an Australian architect and leading proponent of modern architecture in Melbourne during the 1930s. Mewton’s home at 207 Bluff Road, Sandringham was designed and built in 1938 stands as an example of his progressive modern residential architectural work, a first for Melbourne ... Read »


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    • Miniwiz

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      Miniwiz (or MINIWIZ, LTD., 小智研發股份有限公司) is an Internationally operating and privately owned company dedicated to upcycling consumer trash and industrial waste. It creates low carbon footprint materials, semi-finished goods and building modules suitable for uses ranging f ... Read »


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    • Architectural model

    • An architectural model is a type of scale model - a physical representation of a structure - built to study aspects of an architectural design or to communicate design ideas. Depending on the purpose, models can be made from a variety of materials, including blocks, paper, and wood, and at a variety of scales. Ar ... Read »


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    • Monaco villas

    • The historical villas of Monaco represent a significant example of residential architecture. Originally seen as symbols of Belle Epoque luxury, they were once emblematic of the principality itself. However, by the 1950s they were viewed by Monaco's Consultative Committee on Public Works as a social anachronism. While r ... Read »


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    • Moroccan architecture

    • Moroccan architecture is a term describing Moroccan architectural style. Morocco is in Northern-Africa bordering the Mediterranean and the Atlantic. The country's diverse geography and the land’s long history marked by successive waves of settlers and military encroachments are all reflected in Morocco's architect ... Read »


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    • Morphology (architecture and engineering)

    • Evolving Definition : : Morphology in architecture is the study of the evolution of form within the built environment. Often specifically reducible to the interaction of people and the material world, this in fact broad concept references linguistics, history, sociology, physics, and biology to describe changes i ... Read »


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    • Mughal Tahakhana

    • Mughal Tahakhana

      Mughal Tahakhana or Shah Shuja Tahakhana is a three storied building known as Tahakhana(Bengali: তাহখানা, Persian: تاهخانا /ˌtɑːhɑːkɑːnɑː/), means cold building or palace. The historical Tahakhana is located at the Gauḍa (region) in ... Read »


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    • Multifaith space

    • A multifaith space or multifaith prayer room is a quiet location set aside in a busy public place (hospital, university, airport, etc.) where people of differing religious beliefs, or none at all, are able to spend time in contemplation or prayer. Many of these spaces are "small, clean and largely unadorned areas", whi ... Read »


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    • Museum architecture

    • Museum architecture has been of increasing importance over the centuries, especially more recently. A challenge for museum architecture is the differing purposes of the building. The museum collection must be preserved, but it also needs to be made accessible to the public. Climate control may be very important for th ... Read »


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    • Ojo del Sol

    • Ojo del Sol

      Ojo del Sol, also called The Fish House by local residents, is a home designed in 1993 by architect Eugene Tsui. The building was constructed between 1994 and 1995 in a residential neighborhood of Berkeley California. The home’s name "Ojo Del Sol", Spanish for "Eye of the Sun", originates from the fifteen foot dia ... Read »


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    • Open-source architecture

    • Open-source architecture (OSArc) is an emerging paradigm that advocates new procedures in imagination and formation of virtual and real spaces within a universal infrastructure. Drawing from references as diverse as open-source culture, modular design, avant-garde architectural theory, science fiction, language theory, ... Read »


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    • Organizational space

    • Organizational space describes the influence of the spatial environment on the health, the mind, and the behavior of humans in and around organizations. It is an area of scientific research in which interdisciplinarity is a central perspective. It draws from management, organization and architecture (Dale and Burrell, ... Read »


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    • Outline of architecture

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    • Overlay architecture

    • Overlay is a term that is used to describe ‘event architecture’ and relates to the temporary elements that are added to more permanent buildings to enable the operation of major sporting events or festivals. These elements provide additional facilities for the duration of an event and are generally of a light ... Read »


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    • Oxide jacking

    • The expansive force of rusting, which may be called oxide jacking or rust burst, is a phenomenon that can cause damage to structures made of stone, masonry, concrete or ceramics, and reinforced with metal components. A definition is "the displacement of building elements due to the expansion of iron and steel products ... Read »


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    • Parametric design

    • Parametric design is a process based on algorithmic thinking that enables the expression of parameters and rules that, together, define, encode and clarify the relationship between design intent and design response. Parametric design is a paradigm in design where the relationship between elements is used to manipulate ... Read »


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    • Parametric thinking

    • Parametric Thinking is the influence of engaging in a thinking process that links, relates and outputs calculated actions to generate solutions to problems, rather than simply seeking them. It has its origins in the design fields of; urban design, architectural design, interior design, industrial and furniture design. ... Read »


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    • Parametricism

    • Parametricism is a style within contemporary avant-garde architecture, promoted as a successor to post-modern architecture and modern architecture. The term was coined in 2008 by Patrik Schumacher, an architectural partner of Zaha Hadid (1950-2016). Parametricism has its origin in parametric design, which is based on ... Read »


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    • Parti pris

    • A parti or parti pris comes from the French prendre parti meaning "to make a decision". Often referred to as the big idea, it is the chief organizing thought or decision behind an architect's design presented in the form of a basic diagram and / or a simple statement. The development of the parti frequently, but not a ... Read »


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    • Placemaking

    • Placemaking is a multi-faceted approach to the planning, design and management of public spaces. Placemaking capitalizes on a local community's assets, inspiration, and potential, with the intention of creating public spaces that promote people's health, happiness, and well being. It is political due to the nature of p ... Read »


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    • Architectural plan

    • In the field of architecture an architectural plan is a design and planning for a building, and can contain architectural drawings, specifications of the design, calculations, time planning of the building process, and other documentation. The term "Architectural plan" can have multiple related meanings: This art ... Read »


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    • Post-occupancy evaluation

    • Post Occupancy Evaluation (POE) has its origins in the United States and has been used in one form or another since the 1960s. Preiser and colleagues define POE as "the process of evaluating buildings in a systematic and rigorous manner after they have been built and occupied for some time" The British Council f ... Read »


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    • Project for a metropole

    • Project for a metropole is an architecture plan by Étienne-Louis Boullée designed around 1781. It deals with light, as do many of his designs, as an important element. Light is a metaphor for enlightenment as is darkness for ignorance. The plan features columns spaced closer together then the for classical archi ... Read »


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    • Architectural propaganda

    • Architectural propaganda is the use of architecture, intentionally or unintentionally, to communicate an attitude or idea in a persuasive manner, often for an explicitly propagandic purpose. The use of architecture for propaganda purposes in order to influence attitudes, opinions, and feelings of the target audience ca ... Read »


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    • Qadad

    • Qadad (Qadâd, Kʉðað) is a waterproof plaster surface, made of a lime plaster treated with slaked lime and oils and fats. The technique is well over a millennium old and can be used as a roof covering. Due to the slowness of some of the chemical reactions, qadad mortar can take over a hundred days to prepar ... Read »


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    • Real estate development

    • Real estate development, or property development, is a multifaceted business process, encompassing activities that range from the renovation and re-lease of existing buildings to the purchase of raw land and the sale of developed land or parcels to others. Real estate developers are the people and companies who coordin ... Read »


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    • Reflex (building design software)

    • Reflex was a 3D building design software application developed in the mid 1980s and - along with it predecessor Sonata - is now regarded as a forerunner to today's building information modelling applications. The application was developed by two former GMW Computers employees who had been involved with Sonata. After S ... Read »


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    • Regia (architecture)

    • Regia is a classical building type: a place where a governing authority resides. It is among the ancient building types. Others are the tholos, the temple, the theater, the dwelling, and the shop. Buildings according to this type may be rectangular in plan with an interior courtyard. ... Read »


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    • Regulating Lines

    • Regulating Lines is a design concept in architecture which uses proportions of geometry in buildings giving its harmony and order. A prominent architect who espoused this concept was Le Corbusier. Regulating Lines have been used in early buildings like Notre Dame and Michaelangelo’s Capitiol etc. Le Corbusier ar ... Read »


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    • Architectural reprography

    • Architectural reprography, the reprography of architectural drawings, covers a variety of technologies, media, and supports typically used to make multiple copies of original technical drawings and related records created by architects, landscape architects, engineers, surveyors, mapmakers and other professionals in bu ... Read »


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    • RUCAPS

    • RUCAPS (Really Universal Computer Aided Production System) was a computer aided design (CAD) system for architects, first developed during the 1970s and 1980s, and today credited as a forerunner of Building Information Modelling (BIM). It ran on minicomputers from Prime Computer and Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC). ... Read »


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    • Sacred geometry

    • Sacred geometry ascribes symbolic and sacred meanings to certain geometric shapes and certain geometric proportions. It is associated with the belief that a god is the geometer of the world. The geometry used in the design and construction of religious structures such as churches, temples, mosques, religious monuments, ... Read »


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    • Sail switch

    • A sail switch, vane switch or flow switch is a mechanical switch that is switched on or off in response to the flow or non-flow of a fluid such as air or water. A sail switch typically operates through the use of a paddle which gets displaced due to the force of fluid moving past it. Sail switches find application in t ... Read »


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    • San Giacomo della Spada, Alcamo

      San Giacomo della Spada ("Saint James of the Sword") is a Catholic church in Alcamo, in the province of Trapani, adjoning it there was the Hospice of Pilgrims. The church rose as a chapel dedicated to the Saint who gave the name to one of the most ancient quarters in Alcamo; it is mentioned in two notorial deeds d ... Read »


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    • Sardah Baro Kuthi

    • There are two fairly well preserved kuthis of residential bungalows of the European indigo/silk planters within the extensive campus of the Sardah Police Training Academy in Rajshahi district, Bangladesh. The present officer`s mess is housed in the 'Baro-Kuthi' and the principal`s residence is accommodated in the 'Chho ... Read »


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    • Sardah chhota kuthi

    • There are two fairly well preserved kuthis of residential bungalows of the European indigo/silk planters within the extensive campus of the Sardah Police Training Academy in Rajshahi district, Bangladesh. The present officer`s mess is housed in the 'Baro-Kuthi' and the principal`s residence is accommodated in the 'Chho ... Read »


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    • Sarly Adre Sarkum

    • Sarly Adre Sarkum

      Ar. Sarly Adre Sarkum is an architecture futurist, sustainability proponent and design activist. Currently he helms the hybrid architectural design firm [SA]2 or Sarly Adre Sarkum Architecture Sdn. Bhd. which combines cutting edge architectural design solutions with extensive researched based explorative approach to so ... Read »


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    • Scagliola

    • Scagliola (from the Italian scaglia, meaning "chips"), is a technique for producing stucco columns, sculptures, and other architectural elements that resemble inlays in marble and semi-precious stones. The Scagliola technique came into fashion in 17th-century Tuscany as an effective substitute for costly marble inlays, ... Read »


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    • Shearing layers

    • Shearing layers is a concept coined by architect Frank Duffy, which was later elaborated by Stewart Brand in his book, How Buildings Learn: What Happens After They’re Built (Brand, 1994), and refers to buildings as composed of several layers of change. The concept has been adopted by a number of technology vendors ... Read »


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    • Site-specific architecture

    • Site-specific architecture (SSA) is architecture which is of its time and of its place. It is designed to respond to both its physical context, and the metaphysical context within which it has been conceived and executed. The physical context will include its location, local materials, planning framework, building code ... Read »


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    • Slipcover (architecture)

    • In architecture, a slipcover is a modification of an older building facing by adding a new ornamental layer. The slipcover was a popular treatment in the United States after World War II as early twentieth-century building styles had fallen out of fashion. Constructing a slipcover with a contemporary design over an ex ... Read »


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    • Sonata (building design software)

    • Sonata was a 3D building design software application developed in the early 1980s and now regarded as the forerunner of today's building information modelling applications. Sonata was commercially released in 1986, having been developed by Jonathan Ingram independently and was sold to T2 Solutions (renamed from GMW Co ... Read »


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    • Space (architecture)

    • Space is one of the elements of design of architecture, as space is continuously studied for its usage. Architectural designs are created by carving space out of space, creating space out of space, and designing spaces by dividing this space using various tools, such as geometry, colours, and shapes.It is an undefined ... Read »


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    • Space architecture

    • Space architecture, in its simplest definition, is the theory and practice of designing and building inhabited environments in outer space. The architectural approach to spacecraft design addresses the total built environment. It is mainly based on the field of engineering (especially aerospace engineering), but also ... Read »


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    • Space Group Company

    • SPACEGROUP is an international renown architecture office established in 1999 in Oslo, Norway and created by Gary Bates and Gro Bonesmo. Prior to founding Space Group, they worked with OMA/Rem Koolhaas. They later on collaborated for the Vestbanen project in Oslo. The firm is also known for leading large masterplan de ... Read »


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    • Sustainable design standards

    • Design standards, reference standards and performance standards are familiar throughout business and industry, virtually for anything that is definable. Sustainable design, taken as reducing our impact on the earth and making things better at the same time, is in the process of becoming defined. There are also lots of ... Read »


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    • Architectural technology

    • Architectural technology, or building technology, is the application of technology to the design of buildings. It is a component of architecture and building engineering and is sometimes viewed as a distinct discipline or sub-category. New materials and technologies generated new design challenges and construction meth ... Read »


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    • The Ballinger Company

    • Ballinger is an architecture/engineering firm, one of the first in the United States to merge the disciplines of architecture and engineering into a professional practice. The firm’s single office in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania houses a staff of over 200 people comprising three architectural studios, two multi-disc ... Read »


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    • Themodmin

      Themodmin is a training and software development technology company that started as an international architecture and design firm back in 2012 and shift towards architecture software consulting on the beginning of 2016 it founded by Mohammed Majdi Hamada, with its main office situated in Cyberjaya , Malaysia. ... Read »


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    • Luis Vidal

    • Luis Vidal

      Luis Vidal (born 1969) is a Spanish architect. He is best known for projects with his practice, Luis Vidal+Architects, such as Heathrow Airport T2, Zaragoza Airport, Can Misses Hospital and Healthcare Centre and Vigo Hospital. Vidal was born in Barcelona in January 16, 1969. He studied Architecture at Greenwich Un ... Read »


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    • The Vision of Paolo Soleri: Prophet in the Desert

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    • Vladimir Bodiansky

    • Vladimir Bodiansky (March 25, 1894 - December 10, 1966) was a French engineer with origins in Russia and a specialty in modern architecture. Vladamir Bodiansky began his education in 1910 at the Moscow Highway Institute. After spending four years there, Bodianksy left with a civil engineering degree in 1914, and b ... Read »


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    • Srdjan Jovanovic Weiss

    • Srdjan Jovanovic Weiss (born 1967) is a Yugoslav-born architect and theorist living in New York. Jovanovic Weiss was born in Subotica and lived in Novi Sad and Belgrade until 1995. He then moved to the United States for graduate studies at Harvard University. After two years at Harvard studying with Richard Gluckman, ... Read »


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    • Weston Williamson

    • Weston Williamson is a British architectural firm formed in 1985 and based in London. Weston Williamson was established in 1985 by Andrew Weston and Chris Williamson, who met whilst studying architecture. Weston and Williamson had also both studied with Steve Humphreys at Leicester Polytechnic School of Architectu ... Read »


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    • Zaguan

    • Zaguan refers to a house plan configuration where a central passageway leads from a front door to a patio or a courtyard. This is found in historic houses in Mexico and in the southwestern U.S. An example is the Ortiz House in Yuma, Arizona. ... Read »


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    • Zoomorphic architecture

    • Zoomorphic architecture is the practice of using animal forms as the inspirational basis and blueprint for architectural design. “While animal forms have always played a role adding some of the deepest layers of meaning in architecture, it is now becoming evident that a new strand of biomorphism is emerging where ... Read »


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