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  1. IT Architecture Toolkit (Harris Kern's Enterprise Computing Institute Series) by Jane Carbone, 2004-05-20
  2. The Architecture of Parking by Simon Henley, 2007-11-01
  3. Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA): Concepts, Technology, and Design (The Prentice Hall Service-Oriented Computing Series from Thomas Erl) by Thomas Erl, 2005-08-12
  4. Algorithmic Architecture by Kostas Terzidis, 2006-06-21
  5. Folding Architecture: Spatial, Structural And Organization Diagrams by Sophia Vyzoviti, 2005-02-28
  6. Toward an Architecture (Texts & Documents) by Le Corbusier, 2007-10-15
  7. Enterprise Security Architecture: A Business-Driven Approach by John Sherwood, Andrew Clark, et all 2005-11-12
  8. Architecture in the Emirates by Philip Jodidio, 2007-11-01
  9. A World History of Architecture by Michael Fazio, Marian Moffett, et all 2008-02-12
  10. Programs and Manifestoes on 20th-Century Architecture
  11. European Architecture 1750-1890 (Oxford History of Art) by Barry Bergdoll, 2000-12-07
  12. Internet Routing Architectures (2nd Edition) (Networking Technology) by Sam Halabi, 2000-09-02
  13. Lewis.Tsurumaki.Lewis: Opportunistic Architecture by Paul Lewis, Marc Tsurumaki, et all 2007-08-30
  14. Modern Architecture, Fourth Edition (World of Art) by Kenneth Frampton, 2007-09-30

61. Architecture Of Spain - Great Buildings Online
Great Buildings Online provides images, commentary and bibliography of some of the bestknown historic buildings in Spain.
Architecture of Spain Visit the Home Design Store for great values! DesignWorkshop Classic HomePAK PC Draft KitchenPAK ... Barcelona Pavilion , by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe , at Barcelona, Spain, built 1928-1929, demolished 1930. Campo Volantin Footbridge , by Santiago Calatrava , at Bilbao, Spain, 1990 to 1997. Casa Batllo , by Antonio Gaudi , at Barcelona, Spain, 1905 to 1907. Casa Mila , by Antonio Gaudi , at Barcelona, Spain, 1905 to 1910. Colonia Guell , by Antonio Gaudi , at near Barcelona, Spain, 1898 , 1908 to 1915. Guggenheim Museum Bilbao , by Frank Gehry , at Bilbao, Spain, 1997. Palace of Charles V , by Pedro Machuca , at Granada, Spain, 1527 to 1568. Park Guell , by Antonio Gaudi , at Montana Pelada, Barcelona, Spain, 1900 to 1914. Sagrada Familia , by Antonio Gaudi , at Barcelona, Spain, 1882 to 1926. San Miguel , by unknown , at Escalada, near Leon, Spain, 913. Segovia Cathedral , by Juan Gil de Hontanon , at Segovia, Spain, 1522 to 1577. The Alcazar , by unknown , at Segovia, near Madrid, Spain, 1000 or 1410 to 1455. The Alhambra , by unknown , at Granada, Spain, 1338 to 1390.

62. ArchitectureWeek - Design - Architecture Canada - 2003.0430
An illustrated article excerpted from architecture Canada 2002 edited by Stephen Parcell.
Page D1.1 . 30 April 2003 NEWS DESIGN BUILDING DESIGN TOOLS ... Newsletter Free
Architecture Canada by Tuns Press Canada's architects and designers, according to Adrienne Clarkson, Governor General of Canada, "engage in the continual dialogue between nature and intense urban modernity and offer solutions that range from the whimsical to the visionary. Most remarkably, we see in their work the emergence of a national style that strives, through excellence and innovation, towards the vigorous cultivation of beauty." Here are two of the 12 recipients of the Governor General’s 2002 Medals in Architecture, recognizing excellence in the art of architecture. — Editor The City of Richmond, British Columbia, is a rapidly developing suburban municipality, immediately south of Vancouver. The new city hall by Hotson Bakker Architects and Kuwabara Payne McKenna Blumberg Architects is a significant civic place for this multicultural community. The 120,000 square foot (11,000-square-meter) building also serves as an ambitious model for a healthy workplace and sustainable environmental design. The massing of the principal architectural elements — administrative tower, council chamber, and meeting house — creates a clear visual presence. A pedestrian court to the north addresses the public parking area, and a glass-covered pergola connects this court to community and recreational facilities west of city hall.

63. Asian Historical Architecture
Thousands of online photos of historical architecture throughout Asia.

64. Adaptive Architecture
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65. The Pritzker Architecture Prize - Current Information About The World's Most Pre
The Pritzker architecture Prize World Wide Web Site provides current information about the world s most prestigious architecture award and its Laureates.
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66. Japanese Architecture
The tea room and the Sukiya style.

67. Medieval Art And Architecture
IMAGES OF MEDIEVAL ART AND architecture. ALISON STONES. The purpose of this site is to promote education and research in Medieval art and architecture.
Mont-Saint-Michel (France) Alison Stones We are now collaborating with the University of Pittsburgh's  Library System's Digital Research Library to create searchable image databases for major medieval monuments. Our first collaboration is - here We are embarking on a project to create an image database for Chartres sculpture, architecture, and glass, and hope to have substantial portions on-line by the end of 2004. Also featured on this site: Autun (Cathedral of St. Lazare) Moissac now has pages on all the cloister capitals. Saint-Denis West Facade of Saint-Gilles-du-Gard Poitiers- Notre Dame la Grande Toulouse-SSernin Please click on one of the following for more information:
FRANCE GLOSSARY THIS SITE IS CONSTANTLY EVOLVING The purpose of this site is to promote education and research in Medieval art and architecture. We plan to expand it (funding permitting) by adding various levels of supplementary information, bibliographical references, more images, and different kinds of cross-links including keyword searching. Webmaster: Jane Vadnal

68. Architecture Of Mexico - Great Buildings Online
Images and information on a selection of significant Mexican buildings from the 3rd to the 20th centuries in Great Buildings Online.
Architecture of Mexico Visit the Home Design Store for great values! DesignWorkshop Classic HomePAK PC Draft KitchenPAK ... Casa Antonio Galvez , by Luis Barragan , at San Angel, Mexico, 1954. Casa Luis Barragan , by Luis Barragan , at Tacubaya, Mexico, 1947. Hotel Camino Real , by Ricardo Legorreta , at Cancun, Mexico, 1973 to 1975. Houses in Mexicali , by Christopher Alexander , at Mexicali, Mexico, 1975 to 1976. Los Manantiales , by Felix Candela , at Xochimilco, Mexico, 1958. Teotihuacan , by unknown , at Teotihuacan, Mexico, 200 to 800. UNAM Library , by Juan O'Gorman , at Mexico City, Mexico, 1953. Uxmal , by unknown , at Uxmal, Mexico, 800 to 1400. Search Weekly Model Viewing Tips ... ArchitectureWeek Quick Search by name of Building, Architect, or Place:
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69. Glossary For Medieval Art And Architecture

70. - Architecture On The Web
A web resource guide to architecture which includes links to major sites in history, theory, and design. Famous architects. Award architecture award.
The architects' sites in the world (I siti degli architetti nel mondo) Architectural Types
Architectural search engine - Thematic Search Switzerland
Architecture in Switzerland, Famous Swiss Architects. Architettura in Svizzera, Famosi architetti svizzeri TOP
Masters and Architecture - TOP Competitions
Switzerland Competitions. Concorsi in Svizzera ICN - International Competition Network Tools
The architect's tools. Gli attrezzi dell'architetto Award
Architecture award. Premi per l'Architettura Cinema
Cinema and Architecture. Cinema e architettura News
Architecture News, events, exhibitions ... Architectural Guides
Architectural Travel Guides. Masters' Site (I siti dei Maestri) The Sites of famous Architects (I siti degli architetti famosi) Das Andere Reflections on Architecture The Best Site Vitruvio award.

71. Architecture Of France - Great Buildings Online
Great Buildings Online has images and discussion of some of the most famous buildings in France.
Architecture of France Visit the Home Design Store for great values! DesignWorkshop Classic HomePAK PC Draft KitchenPAK ... Store Architecture of France Resources This great travel guide for France has excellent architectural coverage: Eyewitness Travel Guide : France . DK Publishing, Inc. ISBN 1564586464.
An excellent travel guide for France, with great maps and illustrations. Available at
Bibliotheque Ste. Genevieve
, by Henri Labrouste , at Paris, France, 1843 designed, built 1845 to 1851. Bibliotheque Nationale , by Henri Labrouste , at Paris, France, 1862 to 1868. Castel Beranger , by Hector Guimard , at Paris, France, 1890 (circa). Centre Pompidou , by Rogers and Piano , at Paris, France, 1972 to 1976. Chartres Cathedral , by unknown , at Chartres, France, 1194 to 1260. Chateau de Chambord , by Domenico da Cortona , at Chambord, France, 1519 to 1547. Chateau de Chenonceaux , by unknown , at Chenonceaux, France, 1515 to 1576 +. Chateau de Fontainebleau , by unknown , at Fontainebleau, France, ~ 1550. Chateau de Versailles , by Andre Le Notre, Louis Le Vau, Jules Hardouin-Mansart, Charles Le Brun, Robert de Cotte, Ange-Janques Bagriel, at Versailles, France, 1661 to 1774. Convent of La Tourette , by Le Corbusier , at Eveux-sur-Arbresle, near Lyon, France, 1957 to 1960.

72. Southern California Institute Of Architecture
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73. Axcess Architects
Commercial architect. Huntington Beach.

74. Nederlands Architectuurinstituut - Netherlands Architecture Institute
Nederlandse versie van deze site, Nederlands Architectuurinstituut. Netherlands architecture Institute. English version of this site,

75. Home Page
An exploration of the viability of underground buildings in contemporary America, with some discussion of international examples.
Skyscrapers are the headliners, and underground buildings are the virtually unnoticed understudies of architecture. Every day, tens of thousands of Americans use more than 450 public and commercial structures and 5,000 private homes that nestle within the earth. Major new subterranean structures are under construction or are on the drawing boards. explores underground buildings, examines their impact on architecture and the environment, and addresses such questions as: Why would anyone want to bury a building? Are underground buildings safe How do architects feel about designing buildings that are hidden within the earth? What is the environmental impact of subterranean architecture? Dozens of articles use photos, drawings, and descriptions to answer questions like these while showing that underground buildings are surprisingly common and appealing. Subscribe to the free

76. Welcome To The Association Of Collegiate Schools Of Architecture
The Association of Collegiate Schools of architecture is a nonprofit, membership association founded in 1912 to advance the quality of architectural education.

ACSA/AISC Competition Winners announced
(PDF, 5/20/04) ACSA/AIA Teachers Seminar at Cranbrook Details and a registration form for the 2004 ACSA/AIA Teachers' Seminar at Cranbrook are now online. Read about this year's Case Studies theme and the list of speakers at this unique event. The Early Bird Registration deadline is May 28, 2004. Click to go the Teachers' Seminar section. NAAB Conditions and Procedures Advocacy Read about what ACSA is doing on behalf of our member programs regarding the NAAB Conditions and Procedures. A new section is now available detailing the activities (updated 5/27/04). Go to the NAAB page. The Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture is a nonprofit, membership association founded in 1912 to advance the quality of architectural education.
ACSA Bylaws Changes Approved

2004-05 Board of Directors Announced

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Information architecture Tutorial , Lesson 3 Site content. •, Lesson 4 Site structure. •, Lesson 5 Visual design. Information architecture Tutorial Overview by John Shiple.

79. Welcome To CABE
Promoting high quality design and architecture to raise the standard of the built environment.
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CABE unconvinced by proposal for new tower at Waterloo

New research reveals experiences of black and minority ethnic students in architecture

80. M C A L P I N E | T A N K E R S L E Y | A R C H I T E C T U R E
Residential architecture from Montgomery, Alabama.

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