The human architectonical
assumptions about Africana personhood in light of the metatheory do not appear to be psychological rhetoric, minutia or nonsense, but touchstones upon which to re-birth African civilization.
These compositional forms, determined by architectonical
forms, are existing forms of contents of artistic or aesthetic views.
Some buildings should be preserved for their historical and architectonical
importance and should become a part of the living urban organism and daily urban structures once again.
1998: 341), while adopting soviet architectonical
ideals like the Lomonosov University in Moscow (1947-1953) or the Palace of Culture and Science in Warsaw (1953-1955), both erected under the direction of the soviet architect Lev Rudnev (1885-1956).
We realized an analysys of the data about the Casa de Hippolytus, also we analize the hydrogeologycal characteristics of the field and the water of the site zone and finally we compare the architectonical
structures of differents romans baths with Hippolytus ones.
The store merges two pre-existent architectonical
volumes and integrates a pedestrian crossing by enclosing it between the two entrance doors.
As European major cities, the Italian capital is a concentration of theaters, cine clubs, art galleries, cafes, concert areas and clubs coming to live under an evocative setting of historical and architectonical
assets that no other city in the world can boast of.
As a result, new readings in funerary landscape, religiosity, ethnicity, architectonical
typology, materials and goods ate proposed.
Previous scholars have tried to connect these significant numbers with elements of Buddhist doctrine traceable to Sanskrit texts, whereas our authors understand them as an attempt by the ancient builders to harmoniously link the microcosmos to the macrocosmos by means of numerical correspondences between architectonical
elements and solar and lunar months, years and longer cosmic eras.
(67) Among the immovable tangible property protected by the law are 1) architecture and its elements, including the applied ornamentation; 2) groups of architectonical
elements and complexes, and complexes of vernacular architecture; 3) historical centers and complexes, including the surrounding areas and landscapes; 4) the urban design of cities and towns, 5) paleontological and archaeological sites; 6) historical sites; 7) areas or singular places created by humans, or a combination of these with the surrounding landscape, recognized by its character or sight as a place of exceptional value; 8) prehistoric and pre-Hispanic inscriptions and representations.
Among the immovable tangible property protected by the law are: 1) paleontological and archaeological sites; 2) historical sites; 3) prehistoric and pre-Hispanic inscriptions and representations; 4) architecture and its elements, including the ornamentation; 4) the groups of elements and architectonical
complexes, and 5) the urban design of cities and towns.