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         Architecture History:     more books (100)
  1. Built by Animals: The Natural History of Animal Architecture by Mike Hansell, 2009-03-15
  2. New York Architecture: A History (Universe Architecture Series) by Amanda Johnson, Carol Willis, 2003-12-19
  3. Architecture: Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries (The Yale University Press Pelican History of Art) by Henry-Russell Hitchcock, 1989-09-10
  4. Japanese Architecture: A Short History (Tuttle Classics) by A. L. Sadler, 2009-10-10
  5. A History of American Architecture: Buildings in Their Cultural and Technological Context by Mark Gelernter, 2001-07-01
  6. History of Architecture: From Classic to Contemporary
  7. The Art and Architecture of the Texas Missions (Jack and Doris Smothers Series in Texas History, Life, and Culture, No. 6) by Jacinto Quirarte, 2002-05-15
  8. Etruscan and Early Roman Architecture (The Yale University Press Pelican History of Art) by Axel Boethius, 1992-11-25
  9. Early Medieval Architecture (Oxford History of Art) by Roger Stalley, 1999-12-02
  10. Early Christian and Byzantine Architecture (The Yale University Press Pelican History of Art) by Richard Krautheimer, 1984-05
  11. Architecture in Italy, 1500-1600 (The Yale University Press Pelican History of Art) by Wolfgang Lotz, 1995-11-29
  12. Modern Architecture (Oxford History of Art) by Alan Colquhoun, 2002-07-18
  13. Architecture in Italy, 1400-1500 (The Yale University Press Pelican History of Art) by Ludwig H. Heydenreich, 1996-02-21
  14. A History of Russian Architecture by William Craft Brumfield, 2004-07

41. Architecture Vision Splash Screen
Offer traditional gouach renderings as well as digital watercolor, digital photo real, and pencil sketching.

42. Http://
Agence sp©cialis©e dans la pr©servation du paysage. Parcs et jardins antiques   th¨me. D©coration d'antiquit©s architecturales.

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The huge site of the Royal Institute of British Architects. News, exhibitions, online shopping, directory of architects, architectural drawings collection, large list of architecture links.
site by the OTHER media RIBA home page Events ... News
Reference Library and catalogue Great buildings Links
Using an architect Find an architect Professional conduct Fees Contracts ... Becoming an architect
Debate Building futures Client forums Constructive change
Also Awards Architecture for all is one of the world's most extensive built environment portals. Here you can find an architect, understand more about architecture or learn how to become an architect, all courtesy of the Royal Institute of British Architects.
Channel 4's director of programmes, Tim Gardam, has been instrumental in spreading the message of the value of good architecture. Come and hear him talk on what makes the good popular, and the popular good, at the RIBA's Annual Lecture , 14 April.
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Threats to the environment are constantly in the news but, daunted by the scale of the problem, we often feel powerless. Eco shows that we can make a difference by designing or adapting the homes we live in along more eco-friendly lines. £25from RIBA Bookshops
Entries are now being invited for the RIBA Awards 2003.

44. Architecture Et De Réalisations SA
Bureau d'architecture   Gen¨ve. Pr©sentation, r©alisations et travaux en cours.
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45. Greater Living Architecture-House Plans-Showcase Homes-Rochester, NY
Specialize in the design of home plans for residential, new construction and remodeling. Members of the American Institute of Architects, the National Home Builders Association, and the American Institute of Building Designers.
Planning to build your dream house?
Look through our large selection of home plans to find the perfect layout for your new home WELCOME TO OUR SECURE, ONLINE STORE FEATURING UNIQUE HOUSE PLANS
SHOWCASE HOMES IN-LAW PLANS NEW PLANS/UPDATES 3033 Brighton-Henrietta Townline Rd., Rochester, NY 14623
585-272-9170 Tel 585-292-1262 Fax Site Maintained by Wyld Woods Design

46. Architecture And Interior Design For 20th Century America: Photographs By Samuel
Photographs by Samuel Gottscho and William Schleisner Collection, 19351955, contains approximately 29,000 photographs of buildings, interiors, and gardens of renowned architects and interior designers.
The Library of Congress
Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress
Search Browse the Subject Index The Gottscho-Schleisner Collection is comprised of over 29,000 images primarily of architectural subjects, including interiors and exteriors of homes, stores, offices, factories, historic buildings, and other structures. Subjects are concentrated chiefly in the northeastern United States, especially the New York City area, and Florida. Included are the homes of notable Americans, such as Raymond Loewy, and of several U.S. presidents, as well as color images of the 1939-40 New York World's Fair. Many of the photographs were commissioned by architects, designers, owners and architectural publications, and document important achievements in American 20th-century architecture and interior design. The mission of the Library of Congress is to make its resources available and useful to Congress and the American people and to sustain and preserve a universal collection of knowledge and creativity for future generations. The goal of the Library's National Digital Library Program is to offer broad public access to a wide range of historical and cultural documents as a contribution to education and lifelong learning. The Library of Congress presents these documents as part of the record of the past. These primary historical documents reflect the attitudes, perspectives, and beliefs of different times. The Library of Congress does not endorse the views expressed in these collections, which may contain materials offensive to some readers.

47. Resolution: 4 Architecture
Flashbased website of new york city based architecture firm. Residential + commercial projects.

48. Thomas Dishlevoy Architecture, Vancouver Island BC
Firm specializing in educational, residential and commercial. Includes projects list, philosophy, profile and contacts.

49. OZ Architecture
Commercial, civic, educational and custom residential architecture. Denver.
Maintained by OZ Architecture

50. American Architecture - Eighteenth Century - 1700 To 1799 - Great Buildings Onli
Some of the famous buildings of eighteenthcentury America featured in Great Buildings Online images, architects, commentary and sources.
American Architecture - Eighteenth Century - 1700 to 1799 Visit the CAD Outpost for expert selections! DesignWorkshop Pro Art*lantis PowerCADD KitchenPAK ... Capitol at Williamsburg , by unknown , at Williamsburg, Virginia, 1701 to 1715. Drayton Hall , by unknown , at near Charleston, South Carolina, 1738 to 1742. Faneuil Hall , by Charles Bulfinch , at Boston, Massachusetts, 1762, 1805. Monticello , by Thomas Jefferson , at Charlottesville, Virginia, 1768 to 1782. Mount Vernon , by Lawrence and George Washington, at Mount Vernon, Virginia, 1743, remodeled 1754 to circa 1780. Old North Church , by William Price , at Boston, Massachusetts, 1723. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame , by I. M. Pei , at Cleveland, Ohio, Opened April 2, 1998. Rose Center for Earth and Space , by James Stewart Polshek , at New York, New York, opened February 19, 2000. San Francisco de Asis , by unknown , at Ranchos de Taos, New Mexico, 1772 to 1816. Stratford Hall , by unknown , at Westmoreland County, Virginia, 1738. The White House , by James Hoban, at Washington, D.C., 1793 to 1801, burned 1814, porticos 1824 to 1829. United States Capitol , by Thornton-Latrobe-Bulfinch , at Washington, D.C., 1793 to 1830.

The basic computer bus is explained and information is provided regarding ISA, PCI, MCA, EISA, VESA, and VLBus architecture.
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52. Japanese Architecture
The tea room and the Sukiya style.
The Beauty of Japanese Architecture in Kansai Architectural Beauties from the Kansai District:
The Tea Room and the Sukiya Style
NAKAMURA Toshinori
The Formation of the "Tea Spirit" - The Tea Room Japan is described as a country of wood, and the depth of the affinity and the keenness of the receptivity that the Japanese people have for wood are famous. As can be seen in the expression "plants and trees all have something to say", Japanese believe that trees have a soul and say they can sense spirits, or "kami", within them. It is trees that form the core which nurtures the sensibilities about nature held by the Japanese people.
It is thus natural for architecture in Japan to be based on wood. Many structures are made of wood, ranging from shrines and temples to palaces and homes, and in doing so grand structures have been created. Katsura Detached Palace,Kyoto Seen at castles and palaces dating from the end of the 16th century, including ODA Nobunaga's Azuchi Castle and TOYOTOMI Hideyoshi's Osaka Castle and Jurakudai Palace, are tall castle towers that rise into the sky at the center of groups of magnificent buildings executed in the Shoin style, decorated with carvings and wall paintings done on gold backgrounds. In some of these castles, tea rooms with plain thatched roofs were favored, with the rooms made as small as could be built. These two elements of magnificence and plainness jointly formed the aesthetic sensibility of the Momoyama period (1568-1600). However, these two factors by no means contradict one another: the basic principles are the same, and in a sense what developed was a double-layered structure where the inside and outside were one and the same.

53. Kennedy & Violich Architecture
Specializing in architecture and urbanism in the contemporary public realm. Boston.
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54. RBO Architecture Inc.
An architectural design company specializing in disability related human factors and accessibility codes. Provides photographic portfolio, list of clients, presents principals, publications and contact information.

55. Makers Architecture And Urban Design
Specializes in urban design, facility planning, architecture, community planning, and public works. Offers provides services, people, contact and job information.

56. Skala Architecture Home Page
Specializes in residential design and remodeling, small commercial buildings, and historic preservation analysis. Profile of owner Susan Skala, project portfolio, and press.
Welcome to Skala Architecture 's Web Site
Our Mission
To provide our clients living and working spaces to enhance their lives and livelihoods.
Company Profile
Skala Architecture was founded in 1987 to provide architectural services specializing in residential design and remodeling, small commercial buildings, and historic preservation analysis. Member, American Institute Of Architects
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57. Home
Black and white landscapes, portrait, early music, multimedia, architecture, and sculpture.
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58. Architecture In Ancient India
Contains an overview and pictures of ancient Indian architecture which was known as Sthapatya Shastra.
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"The Indian way of life
provides the vision of the natural, real way of life.
We veil ourselves with unnatural masks.
On the face of India are the tender expressions
which carry the mark of the Creator’s hand. " - George Bernard Shaw, Famous British Author The Science of Architecture and Civil Construction was known in Ancient India as Sthapatya-Shastra. The word Sthapatya is derived from the root word Sthapana i.e. 'to establish'. The technique of arhitecture was both a science and an art, hence it is also known as Sthapatya-kala, the word Kala means an art. Panel at Khajuraho
created in the 10th century
in Madhya Pradesh in Central India
From very early times the construction of temples, palaces, rest houses and other civil construction was undertaken by professional architects known as Sthapati. Even during the Vedic times, there exIsted professionals who specialised in the technique of constructing chariots and other heavy instruments of war. These professionals have been referred to in the Rig Veda as Rathakara which literally means 'chariot maker'. The excavations of the ruins at Mohenjodaro and Harrappa (today in Pakistan) proved the existence of a developed Urban civilisation in India. The indus valley civilization is dated around 3000 B.C. Thus since the last 5000 years. India has had an urban civilisation. The existence of an urban civilization presumes the existence of well devel oped techniques of architecture and construction.

59. Aaron's Illustrated Glossary Of Architecture And Decor
Architectural and related terms with illustrations and bibliography.

60. Russian Architecture. Àðõèòåêòóðà Ðîññèè. Home Page
Covers both historic and modern architecture. The historic section includes a database of monuments, containing a photograph and basic information for each.
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This site is devoted to the history of Russian architecture as well as to modern design and construction projects. It is designed for architects, art-critics and those who are interested in Russian culture. Site sections: illustrated catalogues of monuments and new buildings; advertisements and reports about exhibitions, scientific conferences, seminars, lectures, new books, magazine review; architectural glossary; information about architects, art and architecture historians, about public and state institutions; list of architectural links.
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