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History of Victorian Architecture

Posted by on April 1, 2018 – 11:37 am

History of Victorian Architecture

Significant Dates 1837 : Queen Victoria I begins reign in United Kingdom. 1848: Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo. European and American immigrants populate the newly opened territories, spreading American architectural forms into Texas, California, and the Midwest. 1865: Transcontinental Railroad finished, speeding America s industrialization and westward expansion. 1867: Exhibition in Paris marks the spread of the 2nd Empire style into America. 1868 : Charles Eastlake publishes Hints on House Hold Taste the codex on Victorian Design. 1869: Completion…

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Cambridge University Architecture

Posted by on February 20, 2018 – 09:33 am

Cambridge University Architecture

Candidates accepted for this course will have a 1st class or a high 2i honours degree and, a Masters degree with 70% overall (or equivalent) in Architecture or a related discipline. The University requires all applicants to demonstrate competence in the English language at a very high level before they begin their proposed course of study - adherence to this requirement is strict. You must be able to demonstrate that you are able to communicate in English at a level and in an idiom suitable to the subject

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Belfast Architects

Posted by on December 18, 2017 – 07:16 am

Belfast Architects

© Christopher Heaney +77 Titanic Belfast will open its doors to the world on 31st March, 2012. The world’s largest ever Titanic-themed visitor attraction and Northern Ireland’s largest tourism project, Titanic Belfast is the result of a successful collaboration between the Concept Design Architects CivicArts/Eric R Kuhne & Associates and the Lead Consultant/Architect Todd Architects. © Gareth O Cathain Located in Belfast, Northern Ireland, on the site where the famous ship was designed and built, Titanic Belfast’s six-floors feature nine…

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Architecture Journal

Posted by on October 29, 2017 – 08:59 pm

Architecture Journal

The Journal of Systems Architecture: Embedded Software Design (JSA) is a journal covering all design and architectural aspects related to embedded systems and software. It ranges from the microarchitecture level via the system software level up to the application-specific architecture level. Aspects such as real-time systems, operating systems, FPGA programming, programming languages, communications (limited to analysis and the software stack), mobile systems, parallel and distributed architectures as well as additional subjects in the computer…

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University of Glasgow address

Posted by on August 17, 2017 – 03:27 pm

University of Glasgow address

Students from Glasgow planning to study at Erasmus partner institutions in 2016/17 The University of Glasgow will fully participate in the Erasmus Scheme in 2016/17 and until further notice. UK and other nationals participating in, or about to participate in, the European Union’s Erasmus scheme will continue to be eligible for Erasmus grants. This will continue as normal until further notice. UK nationals studying in another EU member state as part of the Erasmus Scheme will not require a visa to do so as your immigration status has not changed…

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Glasgow

Posted by on August 13, 2017 – 03:22 pm

Glasgow

Reginald D Hunter, Ardal O’Hanlon and more confirmed for Glasgow International Comedy Festival Reginald D Hunter, Ardal O’Hanlon, Richard Herring and Bridget Christie have been confirmed as some of the headline acts at next year’s Glasgow International Comedy Festival. Taking over Glasgow March 10-27, the festival is returning for its 14th year and will feature more than 420 shows across 40 venues. Stand-up, panel discussions, theatre shows, and kids’ comedy are all among the line-up, with events taking place every day of the festival. The acts…

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List of Arts Courses

Posted by on December 13, 2016 – 07:11 pm

List of Arts Courses

View titles & descriptions for the General Fine Arts department s courses. Click a Course s Title to read its description . FA 499 6 credits A continuation of FA 498 into the spring semester. Prerequisites: FA 498. Prerequisite: FA 498 GFA 100 3 credits General Fine Arts is the major where ideas drive techniques. In this course students will explore general categories of ideas (formal, history, etc.), the psychology of perception, problem-solving strategies, and basic techniques everyone should know (presentation, etc.). There will be frequent…

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London historical landmarks

Posted by on December 3, 2016 – 06:21 pm

London historical landmarks

The Tower of London is one of London’s four World Heritage sites, and dates all the way back to the reign of William the Conqueror in the 11th-century. It was built up bit-by-bit by some of England’s greatest kings, and is famous for Traitor’s Gate and Tower Green, where two of Henry V’s wives lost their heads. 10 AM to 5.30 PM (Sun-Mon, Mar-Oct); 9 AM to 5.30 PM (Tue-Sat, Mar-Oct); 10 AM to 4.30 PM (Sun-Mon, Nov-Feb); 9 AM to 4.30 PM (Tue-Sat, Nov-Feb); Last entry 30 mins before closingCost: Adults £24.50; Children £11.00 (5-15); Infants free (under-5);…

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Bedford Street, Belfast

Posted by on February 21, 2014 – 09:05 am

Bedford Street, Belfast

With the change in seasons, PizzaExpress are cooking up dishes perfect for when the nights draw in. Amongst others, not to be missed are the meaty fine lamb meatball Basilicata as well as the return of the winning favourite Rustichella, sure to satisfy the loyal fans and newcomers alike. If you’re looking to indulge, the Chocolate Fondant ‘PizzaExpress’ with a gooey molten centre is bound to hit the spot and warm up chilly evenings. For a taste of Autumn like no other, put a visit to PizzaExpress on the top of your must-do list! Since 1965, PizzaExpress…

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Architectural Websites

Posted by on April 6, 2015 – 11:03 am

Architectural Websites

The other day I was wondering if ArchDaily updated its YAMoPo - Yet Another Most Popular Site Ranking - of architecture websites. Well, apparently the last one was in 2009 (the same year as Eikongraphia s last MoPo ranking of architecture blogs), and since things have changed a good deal in these short two years I figured it was time somebody did a new ranking. Like ArchDaily, the rankings are based on Alexa, so I could use one resource for compiling the below list of 66 English-language websites*. The rankings are based on Alexa s Global Traffic…

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