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  1. Great Architecture of the World
  2. Architecture as a Translation of Music: (Pamphlet Architecture 16)
  3. Pamphlet Architecture 27: Tooling (Pamphlet Architecture) by Benjamin Aranda, Chris Lasch, 2005-11-01
  4. The Architecture of Computer Hardware and Systems Software: An Information Technology Approach by Irv Englander, 2003-01-20
  5. Systems Architecture by Stephen D. Burd, 2005-03-11
  6. AutoCAD 2008 for Architecture (Autocad for Architecture) by Alan Jefferis, Mike Jones, et all 2007-09-06
  7. Invitation to Vernacular Architecture: A Guide to the Study of Ordinary Buildings and Landscapes (Perspectives in Vernacular Architecture) by Thomas Carter, Elizabeth Collins Cromley, 2005-10-24
  8. Sustainable Architecture White Papers (Earth Pledge Foundation Series on Sustainable Development)
  9. Information Architecture: Blueprints for the Web (VOICES) by Christina Wodtke, 2002-10-26
  10. A Practical Guide to Enterprise Architecture (The Coad Series) by James McGovern, Scott W. Ambler, et all 2003-11-07
  11. Landscape Architecture: Water Features (Landscape Architecture)
  12. Interior Architecture Now by Jennifer Hudson, 2007-09-27
  13. American Country Houses of the Thirties: With Photographs and Floor Plans (Dover Books on Architecture) by Lewis A. Coffin, 2007-02-02
  14. Moorish Architecture in Andalusia (Taschen 25th Anniversary Series) by Marianne Barrucand, Achim Bednorz, 2007-01-01

121. Architecture, Engineering, Consulting At HDR Inc.
Careers, Projects, Topics Trends, Company Overview, Search,
Careers Projects Company Overview Search Services Consulting ... Water/Wastewater HDR... Growing to Serve You Better News Florida Water Environment Association Names HDR’s Helgeson President Hampton Roads Sanitation District Awards Contract to HDR HDR Acquires CGvL Engineers Your C ... areer Search at HDR Just Got Easier HDR's career pages feature a new look and improved functionality Call for Ideas On or about Tuesday, May 25, 2004 , the North Carolina State Property Office (NCSPO) issued a ... Upcoming Events June 9-12, 2004 TPWA Annual Conference and Equipment Show , Abilene Civic Center, Abilene, TX More Events Resources Union Pacific's Mira Loma Auto Facility Expansion Makes It One of World's Largest, Rail Line , May 2004 More Newsletters
In the Headlines Hospital Growth Gets OK
Fayetteville Observer A Commitment to Excellence: Dick Bell (PDF)
Originally printed in Omaha B2B Quarterly , Spring 2004 HDR is a nationally recognized employee-owned architectural, engineering and consulting firm. Established in 1917, the company employs more than 3,400 professionals across the U.S. and abroad.

122. REED SETTLE Architecture
Provides services to the legal, construction, and architectural community that include architecture, arbitration, expert testimony, interior design, planning, and real estate development.
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123. Visual Arts Architecture
Article discussing the impact of traditional concepts on modern Japanese architects. jp0119)

124. Argus Center For Information Architecture
The Argus Center for Information architecture provides leadership in defining and advancing the evolving discipline of information architecture.


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A one-day workshop on thesaurus design for information architects.
(Feburary 19, 2001)
Software for Information Architects

Will the "electronic brains" steal our jobs? Should we trust engineers?
(April 2001)
Analyzing the Analysts
by Chiara Fox and Keith Instone Do the IT Analysts practice what they preach? More by Argus The Argus Center for Information Architecture is owned by Peter Morville and Louis Rosenfeld Baltimore, MD (3/16-17) CHI 2002 Minneapolis, MN (4/20-25) Full Calendar of Events (Updated 11/17/01) Bonnie Nardi Co-author of Information Ecologies , Bonnie comments on ethnography, user-centered design, and activity-centered design. Formal Educational Credentials for Information Architects A repeat of the 11/00 survey; predictions of more certification and graduate level education. Don't Make Me Think! by Steve Krug Chris Farnum explains why you should buy this Web Usability book for your boss. A selective online bibliography of information architecture resources. Browse by: Subject Author / Compiler Title Find or announce a virtual community, local group, or professional association for information architects.

An illustrated extract from the book Casa Mexicana (1989) by Tim StreetPorter, reproduced online in the series 'The architecture of Mexico' from Mexico Connect.
A Continuing Series
Reproduced by special permission of the publisher and author.
(Click on each image in the article to view an enlargement with annotation) The climatic contrast between mexico's high-altitude cities on the Central Plateau and the coastal resorts which line the Pacific Coast is dramatic. A quick thirty minute flight on Mexicana transports the modern traveler from a cool, temperate environment to one of tropical humidity and a landscape of palms, jungle, and thatched palapa roofs. Mexico is blessed with over 2,000 miles of Pacific coastline, with an endless variety of rocky headlands and sandy beaches sweeping in a lazy curve from Baja California in the Northwest to Chiapas in the Southeast, where the landscape is fully tropical. In this southern coastal region, architecture appears to have undergone a melting process. Profiles are softer, and the usual definition between the interior and exterior becomes blurred. No longer needed as room enclosures, except to provide privacy and spatial definition, walls have seemingly unwrapped themselves from their usual rigid positions. They float off beyond the confines of interior space, dissolving gently into the landscaping, leading the eye outward to the ocean view. Angles have been replaced by sensuous curves, whether defining the edges of a stuccoed banquette, or low, molded balustrades which punctuate changes of level. Overhead, the voluminous palapa roof is softly draped over low columns formed from palm trees, giving both a lofty interior space and a low, protective eave.

126. The Architecture Foundation
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The Architecture Foundation

127. Welcome To REMAKING.NL
An exhibition on architecture in Holland at World Expo 2000 in Hannover.
Manifestatie over de ruimtelijke inrichting van Nederland tijdens expo 2000 Hannover, organisatie S@M
Manifestation about the spatial layout of the Netherlands during expo 2000 Hannover, Organisation S@M

128. Gsap Online^0304
Debate IV Globalism and the Ethics of architecture? , hosted by Catherine Ingraham, will be held Monday, April 12th from 630830 in Wood Auditorium.
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129. Medieval France Home Page
Images of French cathedrals, churches and abbeys from Alison Stones, Images of Medieval Art and architecture.
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Maps (France, general) Abbeville (Collegial Church of Saint-Wulfran) Aigues-Mortes (Town) Amboise (Castle and Castle Chapel) ... Noyon (Cathedral of Notre Dame) Poitiers

130. JSA - Ventura Architects: Commercial Architect
Fullservice commercial architect providing engineering, planning, historic preservation, seismic retrofitting and renovations, and sustainable architecture services.
Welcome to JSA Connection, the official website for JSA Architecture and Planning. We are a full-service architectural design firm providing commercial and military architecture, engineering, planning, historic preservation, seismic retrofitting and renovations, sustainable and green architecture, and related services to clients in the healthcare, food processing and institutional industries.
Our team of architectural professionals has a diverse background of experience that spans more than 30 years. Impend

131. Architecture Plan Net
architecture architecture architecture architecture. PLAN NET. Feature Story. D. A, R, C, H, I, T, E, C, T, U, R, E. S. , I. G. N. Books Articles News
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132. Bulgarian Architecture
An illustrated discussion from Bulgarian Art of the synthesis of styles in Bulgarian architecture. An 18th century renaissance drew on earlier wood-carving traditions as well as ideas from Western Europe.
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Global livable cities think tank providing free architecture knowledge resources with its digital journal bibliography links competitions news.
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Lower Manhattan- A Mixed Income Community
Issued April 14, 2004 Panels: Neighborhoods:
Neighborhoods and Housing in Lower Manhattan Panel
November 10, 2003 Arts and Culture:
Giving Visual Artists a Planning Voice
February 2, 2004 brings you knowledge-based architecture research information is the online portal of the a non-profit, educational institution working to make cities livable. Arts and Culture: Revitalizing Lower Manhattan Issued: January 23, 2003 Retail: Strategies for Revitalizing Lower Manhattan Issued: January 16, 2003 Sustainable City: Rebuilding Lower Manhattan Issued: September 18, 2002

134. Traditional Chinese Culture In Taiwan : Architecture
Introduction and history of Chinese architecture.
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Traditional Chinese Culture in Taiwan :
The Art of Chinese Architecture
People who come to the Republic of China for the first time and see examples of traditional Chinese buildings with their curved roofs, bold colors, and intricate outlines may wonder how the Chinese ever came up with this unique architectural style. The basic feature of Chinese architecture is rectangularly-shaped units of space joined together into a whole. Temples in ancient Greece also employed rectangular spaces, but the overall effect tended to austerity. The Chinese style, by contrast, combines rectangular shapes varying in size and position according to importance into an organic whole, with each level and component clearly distinguished. As a result, traditional Chinese style buildings have an imposing yet dynamic and intriguing exterior. The combination of units of space in traditional Chinese architecture abides by the principles of balance and symmetry. The main structure is the axis, and the secondary structures are positioned as two wings on either side to form the main room and yard. Residences, official buildings, temples, and palaces all follow these same basic principles. The distribution of interior space reflects Chinese social and ethical values. In traditional residential buildings, for example, members of a family are assigned living quarters based on the family hierarchy. The master of the house occupies the main room, the elder members of the master's family live in the compound in back, and the younger members of the family live in the wings to the left and right; those with seniority on the left, and the others on the right.

135. Architecture College :: NewSchool Of Architecture And Design :: San Diego Ca
Architectural college in San Diego California, New School of architecture and Design fosters professional and sensitive students based on the concept of
School of Architecture and Design to develop technically competent, aesthetically sensitive, socially responsible professionals prepared to create architecture and environments for a changing, global society. site map
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136. University Of Hong Kong Department Of Architecture
A detailed site with information about the department's staff, events, courses, degrees, research projects, facilities and affiliates.

137. The Cultural History Of Macedonia – Architecture
An illustrated extract from Macedonia Yesterday and Today by Jovan Pavlovski and Mishel Pavlovski introducing the history of Macedonia architecture from the 9th century onwards.
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The coming of Clement to Macedonia marked the beginning of a new period of art for the region. Objectively speaking, the history of art in these territories represented a history of church art. The influence of Byzantine art is indisputable, although artistic works created during the time of Clement and the time of Tsar Samuil are exceptions. The construction of the Church of St. Sophia in Constantinople had a decisive influence on establishing criteria for building temples in areas the Orthodox church dominated. However, during the Macedonian Empire of Samuil, new characteristics can be noticed in Macedonian architecture, long after the Byzantine architectural school had run its course. This suggests the existence of a separate Macedonian school of architecture. With the construction of St. Panteleimon in Ohrid by Clement (893), downhill from the Ohrid fortress, the Macedonian Slavs gained not only their first great religious and educational center but also the conditions necessary to develop their aesthetic feelings, accepting and continuing existing artistic forms but expanding into new directions as well. For example, Clement used a ruined three-conchae church for the foundation of St. Panteleimon, added some original parts, and obtained new "oval" forms. A similar procedure was applied in constructing the Church of St. Archangel, built on the southern shore of Lake Ohrid and later renamed the Monastery of St. Naum. Later on, in the 10

138. Buddhist Art And Architecture
Borobodur Sanchi Buddha Image Stupas Hand Mudras Mandalas Tibetan Art Thangkas. copyright, home, search, sitemap, back,

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139. Architecture In Norway
An architectural history by Elizabeth Siep, manager of the Norwegian architecture Museum, Oslo. No illustrations.
Architecture in Norway By Elisabeth Seip, manager of the Norwegian Architecture Museum, Oslo Contents: Wood and stone
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Influences from the west

New impulses from the danish period
And we go out and meet it

Viewed from the centres of European art and culture, Norway has traditionally been very distant and provincial. Not only were we a poor country, sparsely populated and impassable, but for hundreds of years we were under foreign rule. Those in power had their seat first in Copenhagen, later in Stockholm. This is why monumental buildings are lacking and folk traditions have dominated architecture - especially in the use of wood, based on centuries of craftmanship and experience with the material. The proximity to nature and intimacy with the inherent qualities of the materials run like a thread through Norwegian architecture, contributing to its distinctive national characteristics.
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The motto for house-building for several decades was "a roof over our heads." Production schedules demanded a new pace in building and modern techniques were in demand. The first large modern suburb, Lambertseter, outside of Oslo, was planned by architects Rinnan, Tveten and Colbjørnsen who divided the area into different zones according to usage and activities, yet these combine to make up a complete city district. Residential areas that followed tended more and more to lack these extra dimensions. At present, we have turned away from the large undifferentiated domestic projects. New examples of housing are Casinetto, by the architects Telje, Torp, and Aasen as well as Giskehagen by Niels Torp (born 1940). In both projects - built in Oslo in 1983 - efforts were made to create a living environment with emphasis on following the terrain and meeting individual needs within a relative densely populated area.

140. Virtual Architecture's Web Home
V irtual A rchitecture s WE B HOME. Welcome! About This Site. Ch. 1 Foundational Ideas. Ch. 2 In the Kitchen Telecollaboration. Ch.
V i r t u a l A r c h i t e c t u r e ' s
Welcome! About This Site Ch. 1: Foundational Ideas Ch. 2: In the Kitchen: Telecollaboration Ch. 3: In the Study: Teleresearch ... Ch. 5: In the Yard: Assessment Creator: Judi Harris Site Redesigner: Arati Singh Academy for Educational Development Annotations by: Heather French, Karen French, Judi Harris , Ryan Hews, and Arati Singh
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