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         Architecture:     more books (100)
  1. 101 Things I Learned in Architecture School by Matthew Frederick, 2007-09-30
  2. Information Architecture for the World Wide Web: Designing Large-Scale Web Sites by Louis Rosenfeld, Peter Morville, 2006-11-27
  3. Enterprise Architecture As Strategy: Creating a Foundation for Business Execution by Jeanne W. Ross, Peter Weill, et all 2006-08-08
  4. Architecture: Form, Space, & Order by Francis D. K. Ching, 2007-06-29
  5. Modern Architecture Since 1900 by William Curtis, 1996-06-27
  6. Detail in Contemporary Residential Architecture: Includes DVD by Virginia McLeod, 2007-05-17
  7. Architecture of the Absurd: How "Genius" Disfigured a Practical Art by John Silber, 2007-11-12
  8. A Visual Dictionary of Architecture by Francis D. K. Ching, 1996-12
  9. A Global History of Architecture by Francis D. K. Ching, Mark M. Jarzombek, et all 2006-08-18
  10. Computer Architecture, Fourth Edition: A Quantitative Approach by John L. Hennessy, David A. Patterson, 2006-09-13
  11. The Architecture of Happiness (Vintage) by Alain De Botton, 2008-04-08
  12. Mastering AutoCAD Architecture 2008 by Paul F. Aubin, 2007-08-23
  13. Towards a New Architecture by Le Corbusier, 1985-02-01
  14. The Penguin Dictionary of Architecture and Landscape Architecture: Fifth Edition (Dictionary, Penguin) by John Fleming, Hugh Honour, et all 2000-03-01

Chang Sup Yoon describes the development of traditional building forms and styles in Korea from the Neolithic period to the 19th century.
Brief History of Korean Architecture
Yoon, Chang Sup (Member,National Academy of Sciences)
Ancient Architecture
United Silla Architecture

Koryo Architecture

Choson Architecture
K orean traditional architecture is characterized by its harmony with nature. It has developed through the assimilation of various cultural e]ements learned from foreign countries, or better learned from their human brethren, Since antiquity Koreans have developed a special inclination towards nature, adapting themselves to the environment, interacting with the changing tide of human thought and ideologies in the open arena of human civilization. From time immemorial, Koreans have held the belief that the heavenly world is located in the high blue sky, representing the blissfully brilliant and eternal utopia. According to such thinking In regard to the world and the universe and because of their serene and cozy natural environment, Koreans have formulated their own traditional architecture, Such characteristics are rustic, yet they gracefully harmonized with the surrounding nature. T he origin of Korean architectural traditions may be traced back to Northeastern Asian culture, namely the Scytho-Siberian origins, which was the cradle of Oriental culture. In primitive ages it was customary to honor the dead with sumptuous burial artifacts. The belief in animistic worship and in the eternity of the soul can still be witnessed in Korea among the remains of dolmens, which are the tombs of primitive people.

162. Carnegie Mellon University School Of Architecture
Supplies information the school's people, educational programs, admissions, site resources and special

163. The Flemish Architecture Institute
An information centre whose aim is to increase awareness of contemporary architecture. Projects, exhibitions, tours, publications, newsletter.

164. Architecture Of The Getty Center
A large image database and annotated bibliography by Charles Rhyne, an emeritus art history Professor

165. International Archive Of Women In Architecture At Virginia Tech
Including biographies, bibliographies, newsletter articles.
IAWA Special Collections University Libraries CAUS ... Virginia Tech
The International Archive of Women in Architecture (IAWA) , established in 1985, is a joint program of the College of Architecture and Urban Studies and the University Libraries at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech). The purpose of the archive is to document the history of women's involvement in architecture by collecting, preserving, storing, and making available to researchers the professional papers of women architects, landscape architects, designers, architectural historians and critics, and urban planners, and the records of women's architectural organizations, from around the world. The IAWA focuses primarily on collecting the papers of those who practiced at a time when there were few women in the field (before the 1950's). The IAWA collects this information to fill serious gaps in the availability of primary research materials for architectural, women's, and social history research. The IAWA also collects books, biographical information, and published materials as part of its mission to act as a clearinghouse of information about all women in architecture, past and present. The IAWA also collects books, biographical information, and published materials as part of its mission to act as a clearinghouse of information about all women in architecture, past and present.

166. Please Click Here
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167. Turkish - Republic Of Turkey
An illustrated introduction from the Turkish Embassy in Washington.
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Architecture The Turks produced masterpieces of architecture during the Seljuk and Ottoman periods. The monumental buildings created by Turkish architects since the eleventh century have a distinguished place in the heritage of world architecture. The Selimiye and the Suleymaniye Mosques built by Mimar (Architect) Sinan, who is the symbol of Ottoman architecture, are masterworks reflecting the degree of maturity which the Ottoman architecture had reached in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries in dealing with space and mass compositions. In fact, classical Ottoman style puts forth universal leaps and values. It is possible to see the most beautiful examples
of the white colored Mediterranean architecture
along the coastal regions in Turkey.

168. Georgian Architecture Homepage
Levan Shotashvili provides photographs and commentary on selected castles with a map, and churches by period.
© 2000-2003 - Georgian Architecture Homepage.

169. University At Buffalo | School Of Architecture And Planning
architecture, Urban and Regional Planning. School of architecture and Planning. University at Buffalo 139 Hayes Hall 3435 Main Street

170. Redirects For Victorian Web, Postcolonial Web, And Cyberspace, Hypertext, & Crit
Review of the precolonial, colonial, post-colonial periods.
George Landows' sites are now hosted at the following places:
Victorian Web:

Postcolonial Web:

171. MIT Architecture: Expo
The Department of architecture at Massachusetts Institute of Technology is a rich and varied educational environment for the study and practice of architecture
This Page: Wendy Jacob: Squeeze Chair. Wendy Jacob is Assistant Professor in Visual Arts. Related Pages: Wendy Jacob (Profile) Wendy Jacob (Works) Visual Arts Send E-mail (we welcome your comments) Expo is a visual review of the Department. This site is JavaScript enhanced. Welcome and Department Information About this Site Site Updates: Admissions Information Apply Online

172. Encounters- The Vernacular Paradox Of Israeli Architecture - Index
Architect Ami Ran's introduction to the influences on the developing Israeli style in architecture, hosted by the Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Publications/Photo Exhibits/Encounters- The
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Introduction - by Architect Ami Ran Fifty Years of Israeli Architecture as Reflected in Jerusalem's Buildings - by Architect David Kroyanker
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173. Lithuanian Wooden Church Architecture
Wooden sacred buildings are a significant part of Lithuanian national cultural heritage. There are 265 wooden churches, more than one hundred chapels and about 220 belfries in Lithuania. This online monograph documents these important structures.



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174. AIFIA | Asilomar Institute For Information Architecture | Home
Asilomar Institute for Information architecture. AIfIA is a nonprofit volunteer organization dedicated to advancing and promoting information architecture.
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AIfIA is a non-profit volunteer organization dedicated to advancing and promoting information architecture. Founded in 2002, AIfIA has over 500 members in 40 countries. More...
Resources for the IA community
Resources for AIfIA members
May 5: WSJ covers AIfIA, information architec... Apr 21: AIfIA opens the IA Library... Apr 1: AIfIA Job Board Continues to Grow... More...
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175. Le Palais Du Parlement De Bretagne
Histoire d'une renaissance ©vocation de l'incendie de 1994 et description des moyens de restauration de l'architecture et des d©cors.

176. Architecture Of Bosnia And Herzegovina
Searchable database of photographs of architecture across the region by Javorka Saracevic.

177. Scottish Architecture .com
An information hub from the Lighthouse for the built environment in Scotland, covering education, exhibitions, the national programme, planning and urban design. Includes discussion forums.
News Headlines: Jun 06, 2004
New on the site Latest Additions:
RIAS Conference Report 2004
Fieldtrip Online Exhibition

Book Review: Phaidon Atlas

Featured Event: fieldtrip seminar
11th June 2004
This accompanying seminar to the fieldtrip exhibition looks further into the themes and issues raised, namely, what constitutes Scotland's landscape, and how can we use the journey as a device to analyse, understand and intervene within it.
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178. State Of Illinois - Professional Architect
Features information on architecture professions licensed by DPR, including design firm registration. Includes acts, rules, proposed rules, certification and verification request forms, and disciplinary reports.
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Mailing Address
Springfield Office:
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Springfield, IL 62786
TDD Chicago Office:
James R. Thompson Ctr
100 W. Randolph St Suite 9-300 Chicago, IL 60601
Professional Architect Professions Licensed by DPR:
Architect, Licensed Design Firm, Registered All Professional Architect Professions Architecture Act Proposed Rules for the Illinois Architecture Practice Act Architecture Rules Design Code Manual ... Change your Address Renewal Information Profession Specific Information Licensee Application/Forms

179. School Of Architecture
Information about the school in Montreal and its programs, as well as online application form and course material.
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Please visit the Media Centre web page for daily hints as well as information about the centre and its services.

The School of Architecture at McGill University was founded in 1896. The mission of the McGill University School of Architecture is to educate professionals who will contribute to the socio-economic and cultural development of Quebec, Canada and the broader global community through responsible participation in the process of the design, construction and interpretation of the built environment. The School offers professional programs, including BSc (Arch.) and March I, and post-professional research programs, including MArch II, Graduate Diploma, and PhD. Please see the menu at the left for more information.

180. DIVERSE DESIGNS, INC. - Small Craft Design
Naval architecture and marine engineering services.

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