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architectonic

[¦är·kə‚tek¦tän·īk]
(architecture)
Pertaining to or in accordance with the principles of architecture.
Having the qualities of architecture in terms of structure and concept.
(geology)
Of forces that determine structure.

Architectonic

Related or conforming to technical architectural principles.

architectonic

Related or conforming to technical architectural principles.
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The book proposes a unifying reading of the CPR based on the architectonic method seen as centered on demonstrating the possibility of synthetic a priori judgments.
Since igloos defy conventional Eurocentric conceptions of enclosures, following art historian Donald Preziosi we understand architectonic formations to be "embedded in large-scale communicative events, which incorporate a great many different kind of signs in various media," or a great many different kind of communicative information (3).
In this sense, the raping of Skopje can be compared with the architectonic policy of Fascism and Nazism, but even more with the construction of Las Vegas.
The volume is a fine study of Ramism in German lands, and it does offer a sound argument for the popularity and impact of Ramus, namely, the impetus given by his methods to the efficient and practical organization of pedagogy in general and to the creation of architectonic models for understanding the encyclopedia of academic disciplines.
Designed for Senior Living offers six style families: Historic Reference, Modern Classics, Organic Motifs, Arts & Crafts, Natural Illusions, and Architectonic.
Other topics include the theory of structural glasses and supercooled liquids, localized surface plasmon resonance spectroscopy, molecular architectonic on metal surfaces, isomerization through conical intersections, and exciton photophysics of carbon nanotubes.
Critical points in treatment of critically injured patients are mostly organisational in their nature and include material equipment, architectonic characteristics, the number of staff available and the number of injured patients.
Further, the paper explains how rhetoric itself is multi-modal as an architectonic practice drawing on, and substantively contributing to, the sum of the liberal arts.
If it is easy to admire the large architectonic of Mintz's work, it is even easier to admire the small touches.
There have to be three elements: a perceptible pulse, emphatic tonality within a relatively slow harmonic rhythm and a repetition of small cells or motives, which over time create larger architectonic structures.
The exhibit featured projects from architects such as David Adjaye, Winka Dubbeldam, Lars Spuybroek and Meejin Yoon among others, while showcasing architectonic apparel from leading fashion designers.
This is reinforced by visiting ensembles such as the Cappella dei Ferri in S Mercuriale, where the complex combination of marble, fresco, moulded terracotta, cotto tiles and other architectonic elements is so suggestive.

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