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architecture

The science and art of structural design and construction supervision.
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13) The obvious lesson here is that registration should, where possible, be simultaneously pursued for both the architect's architectural plans and the architectural work that would emerge from them.
However, even in a new edition these writings are not necessarily going to make Wren and his architectural work any easier to understand within the history of architecture or science.
On the other hand, if one interprets an act of architectural repair as similar to replacing a part of a musical instrument during a performance, one is tempted to maintain that an architectural work is not simply a set of physical materials arranged appropriately, and that a building's 'look'--like the sound-quality of a musical performance--predominantly determines the authenticity of the work.
of Overland Park, Kansas, provided the architectural work, and Gilliam Electric of Anderson, Mo.
Much of the architectural work in the book is well known, some actually now quite old.
The company is moving out of mainstream architectural work into more specialised fields including bomb and blast-proof glass for buildings and vehicles and high-impact windscreens for trains.
On-site advice in Tokyo was invaluable to deal with meeting and negotiating with the prospective buyer who has asked for samples of architectural work to be included in its portfolio of products and services, '' said Mr Swann.
In the OPUS condominiums, The Clarett Group is creating ah architectural work worthy of its unique Upper West Side setting.
Industrial blacksmith Matthew Brown has expertise in everything from architectural work to heavy forging.
This second edition has a new chapter covering architectural work in the 1980s and 1990s.
PHOTO (1 -- color) The original $150,000 architectural work of 2,000 hanging copper strips was aimed at representing a fluttering theatrical curtain.

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