Architectural significance

Architectural significance

The importance of a particular structure based on its design, materials, form, style, or workmanship; particularly if used for a nomination for the U.S. National Register.
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Mark Hill, commercial property director at Jomast, said: "The historic and architectural significance of this section of Albert Road represents the quality of architecture throughout the historic quarter of Middlesbrough - something which Jomast are dedicated to conserving.
The 20th Century Society will probably be proved right in a generation's time when they call for Dunelm House to be protected on the grounds of its architectural significance.
The 20th Century Society, essentially a collection of contemporary Betjemans, will probably be proved right in a generation's time when they call for Dunelm House to be protected on the grounds of its architectural significance.
In addition to the centre's architectural significance, it has become a hub for local events and entertainment activities.
Ynysangharad is the only listed lido to have survived in Wales and one of only 14 with architectural significance left in the whole of the UK.
The Neoclassic buildings of the National Museum complex were cited for their architectural significance as well as being historical landmarks.
The architectural significance of the traditional phone box has seen2,400 kiosks designated as grade II listed buildings.
Now a retirement home, the Empire is the only structure in North Bay to be designated a Priority One, the highest possible level of historical and architectural significance, and be part of the Heritage Site Plaque program.
The design for the structure goes from being thick to thin due to the direction of the sun, which helps in temperature control as well as add to the architectural significance of the structure.
This opportunity offers a unique balance of scale, architectural significance, strong in-place income and legitimate upside.
Conservation areas are neighbourhoods earmarked for preservation because of their architectural significance and the character they bring to a city or town.
Commissioner Timothy McCann said any architectural significance the building may have had is "long gone,'' but he added its historical significance cannot be ignored.

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