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Music (in tonic sol-fa) the third degree of any major scale; mediant

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    The fifty-two-story tower C which is now both a city and national landmark -- incorporated everything Mies had learned over the course of his long career during which he introduced a new style of minimalist steel and glass design that transformed cities around the globe.
    Mies will be attending the 2013 NACBA Capitol Hill Meeting on February 27th in Washington, D.
    The new MIES will perform a wide range of activities as a business development base for MHI's Shipbuilding & Ocean Development, Air-Conditioning & Refrigeration Systems, and Power Systems segments.
    MIES can offer effective measures to address the current challenges in used water reclamation.
    McElheny's model subverts the crisp and sleek architecture associated with Mies by bombarding it with bits and pieces conjured from Taut's far less suave, rather plodding signifiers of class consciousness--his blunt use of painterly primaries, for instance.
    These preoccupations also seem to resonate in the installation of the exhibition Mies in America that opened on October 17 at the Canadian Centre for Architecture in Montreal.
    The American work of Mies is well known to both admirers and critics of modern architecture.
    com/research/f85df9/optical_properties) has announced the addition of John Wiley and Sons Ltd's new report "Optical Properties of Nanoparticle Systems: Mie and Beyond" to their offering.
    Now completed, the 330 North Wabash lobby has been fully restored to the original state that Mies envisioned and provides a dramatic entrance for the building's many tenants, visitors and guests.
    The claim that Eero Saarinen was unduly influenced by Mies is familiar yet hardly convincing when seen against his obvious preference for the particular.
    The tension between the minimalist, empty glass box of the house in New Canaan and the interior decor of its antithetical closed, brick guest house is emblematic of the way his work continually absorbs the dual influences of Mies van der Rohe's minimalism and the simplified yet rich classicism of the late-eighteenth-century English architect John Soane.
    The complete set is made up of three components encased in a custom-made fabric box lined with imported hand-painted silk papers that were designed to reflect architect Mies van der Rohe's sketches of the building.