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ADT Cardiff

Posted by on March 11, 2019 – 08:18 am

ADT Cardiff

By Constance Stamatiou Hello Consortium, It is my last night in Cardiff before heading to Bradford and I have to say, Cardiff was lovely. We had great weather, great audiences and did I mention the shopping? 🙂 Plymouth’s weather was also amazing. I’m not a fan of the cold so we’d really lucked out. During the two days we were there, I had to take off my jacket and sweater because it was so warm! It was nice to walk around in a dress with bare arms and the sun shining bright, which always puts me in a good mood. During my last night in Plymouth…

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Architectural Salvage Northern Ireland

Posted by on November 19, 2018 – 10:09 pm

Architectural Salvage Northern Ireland

Shopping for architectural salvage (fireplaces, doors, etc) and reclamation materials (slates, bricks, timber) is not like taking a trip to Habitat. These shops and warehouses are, on the whole, chaotic, rambling places and you ll need to rummage. You also need a thick skin. In place of smiley sales assistants, you ll often find trade only dealers who d rather not waste their time with romantically minded homeowners in search of railway sleepers. But be persistent; that way you ll find the best bargains. Salvage is not all period details, either:…

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Archives of Ireland

Posted by on September 24, 2018 – 08:50 pm

Archives of Ireland

Findmypast is working in partnership with IrishCentral to share fascinating insights into your Irish ancestors. Click here to get a special half price subscription, and discover your Irish roots today! On 30 June 1922, the historic Four Courts complex on Dublin’s River Liffey was heavily shelled during the Irish Civil War. At the time, The Public Records Office of Ireland, home to centuries of Irish records, was housed within The Four Courts. During the conflict explosives were detonated inside the record treasury destroying millions of Irish records…

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Architecture Institute

Posted by on July 10, 2018 – 06:22 pm

Architecture Institute

Complete the CEU Credits You Need for License Renewal Architects Training Institute is where architects can find and purchase the AIA-approved CE courses they need in order to satisfy the continuing education license renewal requirement in their state. Designed for busy professionals, our courses and packages let you get the exact architect continuing education you need and want – to go! Learn more about a wide selection of topics at the forefront of the industry. Use your computer, smartphone, or tablet to interact with the coursework at your leisure…

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Radcliffe Camera

Posted by on August 13, 2016 – 02:20 pm

Radcliffe Camera

The Lower Camera Reading Room (LCam), situated on the ground floor of the Radcliffe Camera, contains the enquiry and circulation desk and houses the beginning of History Faculty Library s main lending collection. Enquiries and contact information Reader Services Teamleader: Sarah Smith tel: 01865 (2)77204 / (2)77262 email: radcam-enquiries@bodleian.ox.ac.uk Please ask library staff if you have any enquiries or difficulties using our services, collections, SOLO or OxLIP+, or need assistance finding resources for your study. The full range of services…

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What is Architecture?

Posted by on November 14, 2017 – 09:27 pm

What is Architecture?

An architect is a licensed professional who organizes space. Architects design houses, office buildings, skyscrapers, landscapes, ships, and even entire cities. The services of a licensed architect depend on the type of project; fees may range from 10% to 15% of the total construction costs. Architects organize different types of spaces. For example, architect Maya Lin is known for sculpted landscapes and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall, but she has also designed houses. Likewise, Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto has designed houses in addition…

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Architecture UW

Posted by on July 8, 2017 – 02:19 pm

Architecture UW

208 Gould Architecture includes the study of building design, representation, computing, structures, construction materials, environmental control systems, history, theory, and professional practice. In its teaching, research, practice, and community engagement, the department addresses the traditions of architecture within the context of social and technological change, a legacy of craft in the making of architecture, an activist and community-based design process, and the principles of ethical action to address human and environmental concerns…

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Architects Ireland

Posted by on May 29, 2017 – 12:17 pm

Architects Ireland

Lewis Glucksman Gallery, Cork, Ireland (O’Donnell + Tuomey) © WikiCommons O’Donnell + Tuomey Set to receive the Royal Gold Medal award for 2015 – the world’s most prestigious architecture award established by RIBA – O’Donnell + Tuomey stand at the forefront of contemporary Irish architecture. By carefully considering each building’s functionality in their designs, they achieve new levels of experience. For instance, a window is not just there to allow light to penetrate the building, but is formed in such a way that will give visitors a particular…

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Architectural Salvage Ireland

Posted by on April 23, 2017 – 08:41 am

Architectural Salvage Ireland

Salvage yards have always been fertile hunting grounds for builders, architects and restoration buffs. In the past decade they have become equally popular with homeowners in pursuit of unique interior finds and building supplies at knock-down prices. “It all kicked off when television shows like Grand Designs started inspiring people to think outside the box. Now everyone wants to use reclaimed materials or upcycled fixtures to add a bit of character to their house, ” says Nigel Wilson of Wilsons Yard in Co Down. Wilsons was recently named Best…

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Architecture jobs Ireland

Posted by on March 14, 2017 – 05:16 am

Architecture jobs Ireland

Architects design buildings such as schools, hospitals, churches, hotels, train stations and skyscrapers as well as private houses. They work to ensure they are functional, safe and suit the needs of the people who use them, as well as aesthetically pleasing. In its broadest sense, the term architect refers to a person who translates a user’s practical and stylistic requirements into a functional built environment. Work activities Discussing the objectives, requirements and budget of a project with the client. Providing various pre-design services…

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