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House, Architects

House, Architects

September 17, 2013
For 30 years House + House Architects have crafted intimate, personal architecture. Through careful analysis, Steven and Cathi House mold each…

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History of Russian architecture

History of Russian architecture

April 21, 2014
Russian architecture follows a tradition whose roots were established in the Eastern Slavic state of Kievan Rus . After the fall of Kiev, Russian…

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History of Organic architecture

History of Organic architecture

April 15, 2014
Organic architecture is a philosophy of architecture which promotes harmony between human habitation and the natural world through design approaches…

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History of Interior architecture

History of Interior architecture

May 10, 2015
“‪I originally came to Chico State for the campus and great sense of community but I could not have picked a better place to get my degree in…

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History of architectural Photography

History of architectural Photography

February 2, 2014
Burnap Post House, Esherick House, Louis Kahn, Philadelphia, Pa., 1966 Ezra Stoller/Courtesy of Yossi Milo Gallery Hirshhorn Museum, Skidmore…

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Gothic architecture homes

Gothic architecture homes

April 28, 2012
The Old House Web The gable end of this Carpenter Gothic house in central Maine features fancy scroll work and unusual second floor windows the…

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Georgian House architecture

Georgian House architecture

June 17, 2014
They did so by bringing new sources of income into the estate, by hosting everything from yoga events to chilli festivals, from marathons to…

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Georgian Colonial House

Georgian Colonial House

June 9, 2015
Early Colonial Revival Houses The Colonial Revival was inspired by patriotism, nostalgia for the pre-industrial past, and appreciation of traditional…

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Georgian and victorian architecture

Georgian and victorian architecture

May 12, 2014
St Hugh’s College, Oxford and History Review The Principal and Fellows of St Hugh’s College, Oxford, in association with History Review, offer…

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Famous Roman buildings in Rome

Famous Roman buildings in Rome

November 27, 2015
The Roman Pantheon The Hemisphere The Pantheon is a building in Rome which was originally built as a temple to the seven deities of the seven…

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Famous ancient Rome buildings

Famous ancient Rome buildings

May 28, 2015
Hadrian s Wall Of all his significant monuments and buildings, Hadrian’s Wall in north Britain is the most famous. Construction of the wall…

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Examples of Georgian architecture

Examples of Georgian architecture

June 13, 2016
Houghton Hall, a grand Palladian mansion of silver-white stone, was built to be the country seat of Robert Walpole, Britain s first prime minister…

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Early Georgian architecture

Early Georgian architecture

April 29, 2016
Many books have been written recounting the history of our country from its earliest days at Jamestown to the time of the American Revolution…

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Domes in ancient Rome

Domes in ancient Rome

July 11, 2014
Manhattan has skyscrapers. Prague has spires. And Rome has domes. They dominate the skyline, symbolize the city and have inspired poets for centuries…

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Commercial style architecture

Commercial style architecture

March 8, 2016
Commercial and Civic PERIOD OF POPULARITY: 1980’s – current BACKGROUND AND INSPIRATION: Is postmodern a “style”? The postmodern era is most associated…

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Christopher Wren architectural style

Christopher Wren architectural style

January 24, 2014
The English architect Sir Christopher Wren (1632-1723) interpreted the baroque style in England and dominated English architecture for 50 years…

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Chinese Architecture styles

Chinese Architecture styles

September 2, 2013
Chinese architecture refers to a style of architecture that has taken shape in East Asia over many centuries. The structural principles of Chinese…

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