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  • Compare And Contrast Gothic And Romanesque

    of the twelfth century, which also coincided with the growth of the French monarchy and lasted until the fourteenth century. The Gothic style of architecture grew out of the Romanesque style in order to include more sophisticated and advanced architectural structures that had detailed ornamentation, like; high roofs, broad interiors, pinnacles, and also flying buttresses that were external. 'Gothic', the Northern European style was named due to the mistaken and harmful belief that was…

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  • Sliding Patio Door Research Paper

    to a clean, time-honored, traditional color palette and window grille layout, you can install casement, double-hung, and bay/bow configurations in your traditional home. If you install transoms above your fixed windows and replacement patio door or plan to add side-lights, try to mimic the grille pattern, too, as this will have a “balancing effect,” even though the shape and size varies from your other fixtures in the…

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  • Sage Chapel Architecture Description

    Overview: Sage Chapel is non-denominational chapel centrally located on the Cornell University Campus designed by Charles Babcock. Its physical address is 147 Ho Plaza, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York. Neighboring buildings include Olin Library, Uris Library, Day Hall, and the Cornell Store. 1. Condition: Sage Chapel is in great condition. There are some minor faults in the exterior of the building, however. In the courtyard of the North façade, the stone foundation is being stained green…

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  • Ponce De Leon Hall History

    King St, St Augustine, Florida, was built in 1888 by architects John Carrére and Thomas Hastings, who were still new to the field at the time (Horn). The main building of the hall is now used mostly for student housing purposes, but the exterior architectural features and domed lobby space showcase impressive design features and elements of styles that we have covered this semester (Branch). It originally served as a hotel and “luxury resort,” before being converted to collegiate use 47 years…

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  • Descriptive Essay On Stonehenge

    We all know the famous rocks that stand by themselves on a circular format. Yes I 'm talking about the Stonehenge that are located by Salisbury England. The mysterious structure on why it was built and how it was built with those large rocks. Research say their is many reason why the Stonehenge is built. One of the main purpose I heard is the rocks where structure in that circular format in that particular way; it was to capture the sun and people will know what time it is in hour, day, month…

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  • Suger's Miracles, Branner's Bourges Analysis

    Marvin Trachtenberg, “Suger’s Miracles, Branner’s Bourges: Reflections on “Gothic Architecture” as Medieval Modernism”, Gesta, 39.2 (2000)m 183-205. In his article, Marvin Trachtenberg aims to redefine our understanding of words like “modern” and “historicism” in regards to Gothic architecture. To prove his point, he uses Suger’s St. Denis along with Bourges Cathedral as examples, but he begins with a lengthy investigation into the language we use to describe Gothic architecture, including the…

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  • Coconut Grove Case Study

    Memories worth repeating…Coconut Grove Coconut Grove Regency Hotel is more than just a stunning hotel; it’s a symbol of the Ghanaian culture and modern architecture, proudly designed with locally produced materials. Discover the ultimate hotel that postulates an unparalleled feeling and an experience of a personalized paradise away from home. The building has a unique layout and its façade is inspired by a traditional courtyard with its Renaissance-style portal of moulded bricks. It has…

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  • Gothic Cathedrals

    While secular clergy would not allow such a practice, the mendicant churches saw this as an opportunity to secure financial support and expand their churches. This led to great tension between secular clergy and the friars, but it also led to architectural changes within the churches…

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  • Field Of Film Analysis

    focus is on the significance of the existence of the fundamental principles of architectural design in the field of cinema, it is also intended to support this assumption with certain examples in filmic medium. In other words, with an agreement that basic principles of architectural design can be treated as an apparatus for the design of a film, this comparison will emphasize not only the significant role of architectural basic design elements in the process of filmmaking; but also emphasize the…

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  • Post Modernist Architecture

    Crosby’s significance had been widely identified through his connections to the Independent Group, the Smithson couple and later the Archigram group. His tenure as the technical editor of the Architectural Design magazine from 1953-1961 has been commonly recognized as a key driver in the changes in architectural discourses of the period. Crosby’s practice as an architect and the later half of his career, however, has rarely been mentioned in the existing historiography. One reason behind…

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