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    In research of natural architecture I could only hear my heart beating; the time seemed to stop when I was riding in the wave tube. Furthermore, I experienced the dynamic space when my body was being enclosed by the wave. I began noticing the dynamic relationship between the body, the wave, space, and time. The wave changed every second with the ocean’s perpetual motion. My consciousness of time was piqued, the sunlight reflecting and penetrating the ripples in the water’s surface, as I road

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    Diploma Art Extended Essay “To what extent does the ‘Jeju Project: Architecture of the Wind’ reflect the success of Itami Jun’s attempt to overcome his conflicting cultural identities through Architecture and Aesthetics?” Junha Hwang 111015 Word Count: 3411 Number of Pages: 25 Abstract As a Japanese-born Korean architect, Itami Jun faces a cultural conflict between the two nationalities, and his architecture and artworks have been highly influenced by his cultural background

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    The Timurid period’s architecture had an ideology of grandeur and monumentality. Their ruler, Timur, is known for one of the most brilliant times in Islamic art, mainly due to bringing craftsman from different conquered lands. He created buildings that fused Islamic elements with Persian art and symbols of the nomadic culture of the Turks and Mongols. He chose Samarqand, “the city of domes,” for his capital and was an important trading city along the Silk Road. Trademarks of the Timurid style

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    stored. The main purpose of information storage system is to preserve the information gathered used for making plans and decisions at present and in the future. Arguments in which data warehouse architecture is best among consultants and vendors never cease since each one of them claims that the architecture they use ...

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    I think the problem with contemporary architecture is that it is superficial and it lacks depth and meaning. I feel that most architects today design more for the edgy factor and care more about designing aesthetically pleasing buildings instead of for the comfort and needs of people. Certain designs lack growth and the ability to survive throughout the years. I also feel that some designs are absent in their connection to culture, nature and context and when these connections are absent the building

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    in many ways elucidated below. Architecture might function as a guideline for proper conduct in spheres of life. It may set and manipulate the rules by which people follow their lifestyle. Thus, the influence of architecture functioning as a change-maker in human behavior and moral principles can be traced to regions farther than its mere geographical presence. Vise versa, it is also interesting to not how man made things like religion can influence how architecture come to use. To understand these

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    last four years of studying architecture, I have seen the power that it has to shape communities, shape lives, and to create new ways that people interact with each other. The way architecture can help enhance living and allow for creation of new interactions of people is one of the reasons I find the subject so interesting. The way architecture can shape a whole culture and the way that the culture then in turn shapes the architecture is fascinating to me. Architecture is also not a static subject

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    happened before: thousands of years ago, the Greeks had an extremely innovative society, which led to a change in European architecture and physics skills. They changed Europe’s way of thinking with their architecture and physics skills. The innovations of the Greeks shaped both existing European architecture and future societies throughout time. Ideas about architecture were not the only elements that were changed by the Greeks; the view of architects changed additionally. Greek architects

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    computer architecture Computer architecture covers the design of system software, such as the operating system (the program that controls the computer), as well as referring to the combination of hardware and basic software that links the machines on a computer network. Computer architecture refers to an entire structure and to the details needed to make it functional. Thus, computer architecture covers computer systems, microprocessors, circuits, and system programs. Typically the term

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    Architecture is the concept of bringing structure, materiality, form and space together as a whole, provide people with enclosed atmosphere to experience. Considering this, it is important to identify that materiality and the purpose of details has been a key methodology to bringing architectural intentions into the design in an affective manner, more over producing an architectural expression. However, this position is rather declining in architecture, reducing tectonics and materiality to being

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