Architectural history


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Architectural history

The field of study of architectural style which includes the theoretical basis of design and the evolution of design vocabularies and construction techniques.
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A separate brief and tender will be issued for interpretive specialists to produce a light-touch digital installation that presents the social and architectural history of the house, the street, and the city.
Morth (Marion Dean Ross Professor of Architectural history Emeritus, University of Oregon) with the assistance of his daughter Amanda C.
THE GREAT INTERIOR DESIGN CHALLENGE (7pm BBC One) WE'RE getting a crash course in Britain's architectural history in this series and the three amateur designers in tonight's challenge have a very unusual brief.
COMPACT HOUSES: GOOD DESIGN TRUMPS SQUARE FOOTAGE is written by an architectural history professor who shows homeowners who to achieve more with less square footage, and provides some fifty floor plans for home designs ranging from 800 to 1,400 square feet.
is an architect who teaches, lectures, and writes on architectural history and museum history.
Doebley holds bachelor's and master's degrees in architectural history from the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, Pa.
Chapters packed with elegant designs accompany a fine history that discusses both general California and American architectural history and specific characteristics of mission styles and different missions.
SCHAEFER HORTON'S book aims to discover "pioneering women in architecture, everyday architects as well as outstanding leaders" who have been overlooked by "conventional architectural history that is based on tracing the influence of outstanding buildings and saluting their star architects and their prominent, mostly wealthy, clients.
Bulldozers rolled into town in 1969 and cut a swathe through the architectural history to develop the shopping centre.
In 1971, Renzo Piano and Richard Rogers were the surprise winners of a competition for the new Pompidou Centre in Paris; one of those epochal moments in architectural history that effectively gave birth to high-tech and kickstarted two stellar careers.
The usual format for this series is followed: there is a lengthy introduction covering geography, geology, archaeology, architectural history and styles.
Macy (architectural design and modern architectural history and theory, Dalhousie U.

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