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LEED Architecture firms

Posted by on April 4, 2019 – 09:07 am

LEED Architecture firms

Kicks off 50 for 50 volunteer program to celebrate milestone For SmithGroup, one of the nation s leading sustainable design firms, the struggling economy hasn t dampened its clients desire for green,environmentally friendly buildings. This month SmithGroup celebrated achieving its 50th LEED certified project, a LEED-CS Platinum renovation and addition to the 1200 19th Street NW, building in Washington, DC. With the milestone, SmithGroup becomes one of just a handful of design firms that have reached such heights. SmithGroup estimates its LEED…

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Gothic Architecture Timeline

Posted by on March 31, 2019 – 09:05 am

Gothic Architecture Timeline

Dimensions: The length of Notre Dame is 390 ft.; the width at the transepts, 144 ft.; the length of the nave, 225 ft.; and the width of the nave (without the aisles), 39 ft. The height of the vaulting is 102 ft. Notre Dame de Paris Timeline 1160 Maurice de Sully proclaims the vision of the cathedral 1163 Cornerstone laid, construction begins 1182 Apse and Choir completed 1196 Death of Maurice de Sully, completion of the Nave 1200 Eudes de Sully begins work on the western facade 1225 Western facade and Rose window completed 1250 Western towers and…

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Glasgow University website

Posted by on March 7, 2019 – 08:17 am

Glasgow University website

You will explore all aspects of literature in English, benefiting from our expertise in a wide range of areas, including American, Irish and postcolonial literatures, critical theory, creative writing, and the relationship between literature and other arts, media and science. In choosing English Literature at Glasgow, you will be studying at one of the oldest, largest and most dynamic centres for the study of literature in the world. Year 1 Level 1 courses in English Literature will provide you with the knowledge and critical and creative skills…

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Architectural Innovation

Posted by on March 3, 2019 – 08:16 am

Architectural Innovation

UOA creates digital constructs that provide interactional and operational support to organizational units. An organizational unit is a social system, which represents a social technology phenomenon programmed to some purpose(s). UOA views the organization as an implementation of the Composite design pattern with every node treated either as a Composite (control unit) or a Leaf (functional unit). Unit software must be as comfortable to an organizational unit as a house is to a family, a space station to an astronaut crew, or a battle tank to a fighting…

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RIBA Manchester

Posted by on February 7, 2019 – 07:36 am

RIBA Manchester

After graphene was first isolated at The University of Manchester in 2004, the University set about creating a new home for the superlative one-atom thick material to enable academics and industry to work side-by-side on the applications of the future. The result - the £61m National Graphene Institute (NGI), which was opened last year by Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne - has just been honoured in the RIBA (the Royal Institute of British Architects) National Awards, the most rigorous and prestigious accolades for new buildings in the UK…

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RIBA, 66 Portland Place

Posted by on January 17, 2019 – 05:24 am

RIBA, 66 Portland Place

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has launched an open consultation on the future use of its landmark Art Deco HQ building in central London. The first part of the consultation strategy is an online survey, to be followed by focus group sessions to gather more detail. RIBA Client Advisor, Sarah Williams said: “This survey is the start of a detailed process which will include defining the role that 66 Portland Place plays in the RIBA’s long term vision and values. Our detailed consultation will gather views and ideas from our members…

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Edinburgh University of Art

Posted by on October 14, 2018 – 09:30 pm

Edinburgh University of Art

One of the most distinctive aspects of your studies within the School of Art will be the studio. All students will spend the majority of their time within dedicated studio spaces and/or workshops and its important to realise that the experience of these spaces will be quite distinct from your experience of lecture and seminar rooms. You need to spend time in them, as the making of art is a time-based activity that requires a disciplined approach. First year introduces the culture of studio and workshop practice and encourages an independent approach…

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Leeds School of Architecture

Posted by on September 4, 2018 – 08:29 pm

Leeds School of Architecture

Half a century after Umberto Eco’s definition of architecture as ‘open work’, we propose to critically reconsider and practice this idea. Eco had interpreted architecture as a system of communication that ‘starts from existing architectural codes, but actually rests on other codes that are not those of architecture’. We believe that today those ‘other codes’ are, more than ever before, vital for architecture to act together with the society within which it operates. For Eco the architect articulates architectural signifiers to denote functions;…

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London Georgian House

Posted by on May 3, 2018 – 12:49 pm

London Georgian House

To keep the rating score and review content relevant for your upcoming trip, we archive reviews older than 24 months. Only a customer who has booked through Booking.com and stayed at the property in question can write a review. This lets us know that our reviews come from real guests, like you. Who better to tell others about the free breakfast, friendly staff, or quiet room than someone who’s stayed at the property before? We want you to share your story, both the good and the bad. All we ask is that you follow a few simple guidelines. Reviews…

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Leeds Met Architecture

Posted by on April 29, 2018 – 12:42 pm

Leeds Met Architecture

Requirements: Applicants should normally have completed the Postgraduate Diploma in Landscape Architecture to access the top up course. Alternatively applicants to the full MA course should have at least a second class honours degree supported by evidence of an aptitude for the subject applied for, or have equivalent experience or training, normally from within the work environment. English Language Requirement: IELTS 6.5 with no skills below 6.0, or an equivalent qualification. The University provides excellent support for any applicant who may…

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