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  • Puryear's Art Analysis

    Looking at sculptures and paintings in person or in a museum rather than looking at them on a flat screen can drastically change the way you take in the artwork in many different ways. One good example is the Ladder for Booker T. Washington by Martin Puryear, which, in person, was vastly larger than I expected. When looking at an artwork in the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, you get to observe details and witness different focal points that you would most likely miss looking at a computer. In…

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  • Gamble House Research Paper

    Greene and Greene, Gamble House, Pasadena, 1908 Richard Neutra, Lovell Health House, Los Angeles, 1929 Chris Rice ARE 36 Compare and contrast the architects’ styles, views on architecture, and the attributes of the specific houses listed above. Discuss how these buildings compare to others of the same times period. At a quick glance, the Gamble and Lovell homes could not be more different and for the most part that is a correct evaluation. There are however some similarities. The…

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  • American Craftsman Home Analysis

    soothes the transition of architectural elements to give it a natural look. Significance…

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  • Who Is Paul Rudolph's A & A?

    One of the most waited for events, in an architectural sense, was the completion of Paul Rudolph’s Yale Art and Architecture building in 1963 a postwar American Architectural event. Also known as the A&A it was considered Rudolph’s master piece as it promised to be the solution to solving modernism’s major unsolved problems. As New York Times critic Ada Louise Huxtable said, “it asks and answers some of the major questions facing the art of architecture today, at a time of crisis and transition…

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  • Hard Work Project Analysis

    unless we had to ask them to do it, though, towards the end of the project they took the initiative and did what needed to be done without me asking them. When collaborating with my group, I learned communication skills was key in order to effectively plan and organize our project to complete it one on time. The best part of working with a group on this project was that it exposed me to different points of view which made our final product better. Individually, I was able to contribute to the…

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  • Case Study: The Telecom Building, Wellington

    The Telecom Building, Wellington I have chosen the (Old) Telecom Building in Wellington as my study of Wellington buildings. The reason why I have made this selection is because of my curiosity. The way this building appeals to me and attracts me in is its strange green façade exterior, hooked my eyes every time I walk pass Manners Street. The Telecom Building is located at 13 – 27 Manners Street, Te Aro, Wellington. After a quick online search, it was very easy to find out that the building…

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  • The Choice Of A Career In The University For Architectural Engineering Course

    First of all my degree I had choose BEng Architectural engineering because of many reasons. Starting with my parents they supported me a lot to be here in John moors university here where I am at the foundation programme doing my degree. My father he was the first person who lit a spark in me about this major. I have a good background because he always telling me about everything has a relationship with architectural. This led me to think that he is architectural engineering and because we have…

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  • Comparison Of Socrates, Herodotus, Alexander The Great And Julius Caesar

    or another by these men as well as the culture from that time period in history. Their concepts and ideas have been distributed into America’s culture and building practices. The architectural design of that era has also made its way into the very fabric of creativity in America’s building creations and architectural endeavors. Although the Greeks and Romans used other cultures of that era designs and creations, it is their spin on what they used that has transpired throughout centuries. It…

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  • North Church Case Study

    The North Church located in Market Square of Portsmouth, NH was originally built in 1657 and was rebuilt in 1854, with the latest restoration in 1978 (CITE). The church was primarily built using brick, wood, and stone to commemorate the colonial style of Portsmouth and its ancestors beforehand. Brick is the primary material used to give the building a more structured look and show that the town has not drifted from its colonial roots. The brick also provides the building at the time a more…

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  • Saint Patrick's Gothic Style Essay

    One building that was interesting that imitated the neo-gothic style over the many years I lived in Lowell was Saint Patrick’s church in Lowell, Massachusetts. The local church had a historical tie to the city's Irish American population to support the Irish workmen who had moved to Lowell and who are also the ones that worked on the Pawtucket and Merrimack Canals. The current stone structure dates to 1853 and the Saint Patrick's church used to be in a wooden design but a fire in 1904 caused…

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