Architectonic


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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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'Fatima Naqvi's excellent new monograph is the first study to address comprehensively what is at the heart of Bernhard's writings, namely the focus on "a widely defined concept of architecture and the architectonics of thinking" (27).
Spencer coins the term "architectonic novel", which she defines as a text "constructed from prose fragments of diverse types and lengths and arranged by means of the principle of juxtaposition", (2) whose aim is to create "the illusion of a spatial entity".
Bakhtin's early insistence on a "concrete architectonic of the actual world of the performed act" (Toward 54) is in no way contradictory to Bakhtin's later discussions on what happens when readers experience works of fiction.
One of the significant factors which affect the process of disabled people's adaptation to living in the society are architectonic barriers and the restrictions they put on people with disabilities.
Progressively, into their attention have been: building system (decorations) of Christian rite (Paleo Christian basilicas, rupestrian churches, wood and stone churches, monasteries and hermitages, cathedrals, etc.), belonging to different stages and architectonic currents, such as some monuments (historical, worship), as well as traditional religious holydays.
Whereas Ahlmann is working in a decidedly architectonic manner and on a large scale, Madsen is working, to a greater extent, with textures on the surface while, her background in craftsmanship is also often spotlighted, typically, in both her plates and her vessels.
This study will make it possible to understand the singularities of these buildings as opposed to other ancient baths using common water (from a functional, cultural, social, political and architectonic point of view).
However, he pointed out, times old architectonic wisdom based innovative approach especially from weather resistance point of view needs to be given due consideration to ease life for citizens.
(Almost) every philosopher tackles the Critique of Pure Reason in his or her training; it's something of a boot camp to work your way through its twists and turns, its forbidding terminology, its elaborate architectonic. Willatt's short and clear book brings us back to the CPR with an eye to defending its unity and to identifying some connections his reading of the book has to Deleuze.
Holzmeister's stage designs always respected the requirements of stage productions but never concealed the architectonic background of their creator.
The mysterious wooden structure sculpture by Gustavo Godoy on the roof overlooking Sunset Boulevard was equally provocative, and caused some to remember Phil Frost's old skate d'terre atelier that was once in the architectonic building's basement.

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