17MAY 2018
Roman Orders

Roman Orders

The Roman orders. Illustration: Emma Kelly The classical orders describe a kind of architectural grammar, first developed in Greek architecture then adapted and extended by the Romans. Essentially, the orders determine the shape, proportion and decoration of the basic architectural elements: the vertical, supporting column (with its base, shaft and capital) and the horizontal…

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13MAY 2018
History of Victorian Architecture

History of Victorian Architecture

Significant Dates 1837: Queen Victoria I begins reign in United Kingdom. 1848: Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo. European and American immigrants populate the newly opened territories, spreading American architectural forms into Texas, California, and the Midwest. 1865 : Transcontinental Railroad finished…
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09MAY 2018
Architectural movements

Architectural movements

Kicking off a whole week of architecture-themed content on Highsnobiety , we begin with a simple introduction to some of the most famous architectural movements in Western culture. The history of architecture is ultimately the history of human interaction. It is not simply about complex drawings, planning…

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05MAY 2018
Style (architecture)

Style (architecture)

The Shingle style is an American architectural style made popular by the rise of the New England school of architecture, which eschewed the highly ornamented patterns of the Eastlake style in Queen Anne architecture. In the Shingle style, English influence was combined with the renewed interest in Colonial American architecture which followed the 1876 celebration of the Centennial…

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30APR 2018
Homes with style

Homes with style

Shop the Look Beside the fireplace is one of two purple upholstered chairs that Kim scored at a Paris flea market and has had for more than 15 years. “They’ve worked in every home I’ve ever had, ” she says. “They’re the perfect example of ‘buy what you love.’” The purple chair’s lavender twin is tucked into another corner of Kim’s living room, under a salon-style art wall that she…

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26APR 2018
American Gothic architecture

American Gothic architecture

Harkness Tower, on the campus of Yale (Avinash Godbole/Flickr) The campus of Yale University, 1921. Midnight. It is perhaps the most important job of your career. You, a successful architect, have been selected by a rich donor to build a new tower here, on your alma mater’s campus, at Yale. The tower, Gothic in style, named “Harkness, ” must look archaic, timeless. It is 216 feet…

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22APR 2018
Types of Software Architecture

Types of Software Architecture

A software architect is a software expert who makes high-level design choices and dictates technical standards, including software coding standards, tools, and platforms. The leading expert is referred to as the chief architect . History [edit] With the popularity of multi-tier application development extend this to a list to include even very recent trends, the choices of how an…

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