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architecture

The science and art of structural design and construction supervision.
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Both cases arise from Florida district court proceedings, each contributing to the developing law concerning the protection of architectural works, each applying an especial rigor to the issue of substantial similarity, and each suggesting that the 11th Circuit has adopted a new posture toward summary judgment on the issue of noninfringement--one far less favorable to the plaintiff than the standard traditionally employed in such cases.
Such experiences can easily issue in the judgement that the refabrication is simply a replica or copy of the original architectural work.
Much of the architectural work in the book is well known, some actually now quite old.
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.
An encased, baroque creation of flickering forms results in a verbal, pictorial, and architectural work comparable to Beroalde de Verville's Oeuvre steganographique.(3)
Jean-Yves Barrier: Architect and Urbanist is a showcase of thirty years of architectural work of Jean-Yves Barrier, ranging from individual houses to apartment buildings, schools, libraries, university buildings, museums, town halls, offices, public spaces and thoroughfares, to civil-engineering infrastructure.
Olsberg, formerly associated with the Canadian Centre for Architecture, and Castro (architecture, McGill U., Canada) present this volume that critically examines the architectural work of Canadian Arthur Erickson (b.
An architectural work, just as every work of authorship covered by copyrights, must be "original." Basically, it must be created by the author, rather than being a copy of another architectural work.
Alongside his managerial tasks, Gianotten will remain actively involved in OMA's creative and architectural work, and will continue to oversee some of his ongoing projects in Asia and Australia.
wish to be free, and cannot with ease be anchored in any particular architectural work'.
in describing the entity of the architectural work', it does offer some surprises, not least Fierro's suggestion that Bernard Tschumi 'shares a cultural legacy and generational affinity with Piano and Rogers'--a notion that may well be entirely new to all three protagonists.

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