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    Atmosphere and the concrete practice of building Everyday experience tells us that different actions need different environments to take place in a satisfactory way. This fact is of course taken into consideration by current theory of planning and architecture, but so far the problem has been treated in a too abstract way. ‘Taking place’ is usually understood in a quantitative, functional sense with implications such as spatial distribution and dimensioning. But inter-human functions are not similar

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    Some of the Aspects of Architecture

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    The subject of architecture is sometimes thought to be boring. Many building that we see are simple in structure and design. There is nothing particularly special about the way a simple house or government building looks. In fact many of us may believe that anybody could be an architect. We are ignorant to the rich history of architecture. We are also largely unaware of the amount of education, planning, or intelligence needed to be an architect or design a building. Many also do not take into account

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    the application of theory by practice is crucial and critical process . This process is therefore implemented by Interpretation in architecture. 3.d) INTERPRETATION IN ARCHITECTURE: ‘‘Interpretation is the revenge of the intellect upon art’’66 Interpretation is the implementation of the acquired knowledge and skills .The local institutes though teaches architecture effectively but the criterion to evaluate the efficient usage of the education is by the materialistic outcome of the thought process

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    dislike the design and construction can commence. Lastly, the construction drawings are for the architect to communicate to the builders who will construct the design, without these the buildings could never be stably completed, at least in modern architecture. Since the late 18th century architectural drawings have been prized and purchased by collectors and then maximised their prosperity by exhibiting them as works of art. Architects do not simply draw; they create and inscribe an idea.

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    Post Modernism and Architecture If one were to walk around and casually ask five people what post modernism was they would probably get five different answers or none at all. It is one of those indefinable academic terms that applies to many different fields of study. Most people seem to understand what it means individually but few agree collectively. To make matters even more complicated, it is often used in discussions about deconstruction. "To some Post Modernism is an excuse to pile together

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    Ancient Solar Architecture

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    Ancient Solar Architecture Passive solar design and architecture may seem like a distant dream in our fast paced modern world, but in reality it’s more of a modern revival of a style of energy efficient building that has been around for millennia. What once seemed to be common sense ideas for designing a house that could both keep you cool in the summer and warm in the winter has somehow been forgotten since we started to overuse the planet’s resources on our own comforts. When heating a house

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    Rococo is the revolt against complicated Baroque that decorated the interior of Versailles, in revolt against the palace and after the death of Louis XIV, French women who had city houses in Paris inspired a new lightened airy style of decor and architecture. As seen in the Salon de la Princess, the structure of the room has virtually been covered up by white walls of wood and mirrors, and it only contains hints of the classical orders and conventions, while conveying the modern concept of space free

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    Egyptian Art and Architecture Egyptian Art and Architecture, the buildings, paintings, sculpture, and allied arts of ancient Egypt, from prehistoric times to its conquest by the Romans in 30 bc. Egypt had the longest unified history of any civilization in the ancient Mediterranean, extending with few interruptions from about 3000 bc to the 4th century ad. The nature of the country, fertilized and united by the Nile, and its semi-isolation from outside cultural influences, produced an artistic

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    Vernacular Architecture

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    (2002). Mongolia information. Retrieved from http://www.asia-planet.net/mongolia/culture.htm Ness Historical Society. (n.d.). The ‘Blackhouse’. Retrieved from http://www.c-e-n.org/blackhouse.htm Oliver, P. (Ed.). (1997). Encyclopedia of Vernacular Architecture of the World (Vols. 1 - 3). New York, NY : Cambridge University Press. The Drachman Institute. (2008). House form and culture. Retrieved from http://www.drachmaninstitute.org/sites/default/files/House_Form&Culture.pdf Wright, K. (2005). Traditional

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    history of architecture. Different great mosques were created in different times, which were unique in their own ways because of their distinctive designs, material and location. Each mosque depicts the era in which it was built and the kind of architecture prevailing during that particular period. The Great Mosque of Algiers is considered of one of the greatest mosques ever built. Although, a lot of modification has been done in the mosque but still it is one of the greatest works of architecture on earth

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