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Architecture Festival

Posted by on February 15, 2016 – 09:43 am

Architecture Festival

WAF awards are recognised by architects and clients alike. WAF is where your work gains international exposure and where you can make global connections. Anyone can enter and anyone can win. Entries are now closed for 2016. Universal recognition: Increase your online visibility and global exposure. Receive permanent listing on the definitive global architecture archive that receives over 21, visits per month. Raise your profile and showcase your work at the world’s largest annual, global architectural festival. All finalists are exhibited in the…

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Museum of Architecture

Posted by on July 11, 2015 – 11:31 am

Museum of Architecture

The architecture of Crystal Bridges is as stunning and inspirational as the artwork housed inside it. In a ravine surrounded by native Ozark forest, the Museum’s muscular gray concrete walls rise up from the bedrock, banded in rough cedar and curved to echo the shape of the hillside. The roofs of the Museum’s bridges, covered in deep brown copper, rise like mounds of earth across the still ponds. Designed by architect Moshe Safdie, the structures are meant to provide views of the surrounding landscape and play up the interaction between architecture…

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Building Styles

Posted by on September 15, 2016 – 08:18 am

Building Styles

Buildings come in many different formats, or types, that are characterized in this guide mostly by a particular floor or structural plan. Take, for example, the hall-parlor plan that was popular from the early settlement of Utah up into the early twentieth century. Although the plan remained consistent for those sixty or so years, what did change was the style, or the exterior appearance of the house. While early examples were fairly plain and austere, those with a little more affluence could adorn their house in the classical influences of the…

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