• Felt : Use of the Material in Contemporary Design and Architecture
    Materials are the heart of the product and are usually the starting point of many of my designs. Some of my products are by-products of the creative exploration of a new material. Materials are the bread and butter of any designer and significantly influence the products style and ethos. Wool Felt a...
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  • Byzantime, Romanesque, and Gothic Architecture and Design
    Now known as Istanbul, Byzantium played a very big part in architectural history. Its people, the Byzantines, developed some of the main architectural features that we still see today. They, although originally developed in Rome, are renowned for their development of the basilica, and their use of d...
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  • Architecture and Design
    Architecture and design Cross-section comparisons A Hymenocallis flower showing six spokes, as pattern for the three-lobed design The tower is designed by Skidmore, Owings and Merrill, which also designed the Willis Tower (formerly the Sears Tower) in Chicago and the new One World Trade Cente...
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  • Landscape Architecture and Green Design
    Landscape Architects Play Central Role in Green Design August 6, 2009 Need to stop flooding or reduce stormwater runoff and sewer overflows? Looking to ease demand on treatment plants and avoid the cost of expansion? Seeking cleaner air or water? Interested in recharging an aquifer, rebuilding a...
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  • Interior Architecture and Design: Conceptual Motives of the Womb Chair
    Without even realizing it, people move throughout spaces, sitting, standing and existing. They cook, clean, sleep, eat and shower in the spaces of their homes, work and other buildings. These places are filled with furniture. And while these spaces and furniture may seem unimportant and cluttere...
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  • Digital Design and Computer Architecture David Sarah Harris
    Prelims.qxd 1/31/07 8:22 PM Page i In Praise of Digital Design and Computer Architecture Harris and Harris have taken the popular pedagogy from Computer Organization and Design to the next level of refinement, showing in detail how to build a MIPS microprocessor in both Verilog and VHDL....
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  • Hegemony and Architecture
    TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION..................................................................................................................... 3 HYPOTHESIS ...............................................................................................................................
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  • Traditional vs Modern Architecture
    Our world today has drastically changed from back in the 20th century, all sorts of machinery with the help of technology have been invented to make work easier for human beings, however traditional ways of carrying out tasks are fading and very few parts of it have been preserved. Architecture has...
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  • Monumental Architecture
    Monumental architecture derives from a variety of characteristics ranging from its impact and functionality to its sustainability and elegance. There are also many other factors that convey a structure as being monumental. Some rely on the functions that contribute to their culture while; others rel...
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  • Interior Design
    Interior and Spatial Design 2010 My interest in space, design and architecture led me to choose this slightly more unique and diverse essay title. In this essay I chose to look in depth at the connection between pieces of interior or spatial design with more traditional pieces of art such as pain...
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  • Art Traditions of Eastern Rajasthan (a Study of Art & Architecture Up to 12th Century)
    ART TRADITIONS OF EASTERN RAJASTHAN (A Study of Art & Architecture up to 12th Century) In the history of mankind Rajasthan has a very important place. The beginning of human history of Rajasthan goes back to as early as the period of the Stone Age. Eastern Rajasthan which comprises mainly Bhar...
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  • Mughal Architecture
    Mughal architecture, an amalgam of Islamic, Persian and Indian architecture, is the distinctive style developed by the Mughal Empire in India in the 16th and 17th centuries. All the early Mughal Rulers except Aurangzeb were great bui1ders. With the coming of the Mughals, Indian architecture was grea...
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  • Greek Architecture in Egypt
    Characteristics of Greek Architecture:- INTRODUCTION:- Instead of covering nearly every bit of space with ornament, as the Egyptians did, the Greeks selected only the best places for it, and thus gave it its proper effect. The decorations, especially the sculptures, were one of the chief feature...
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  • Design and Cost of Soil Nailing in Roadways in Malaysia
    CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 GENERAL Down slope soil erosion usually happens when there is displacement of soil by the agents of wind, water or others. The soil is being washed away and gives the ill-effect to buildings, structures or other livings in the surrounding. Soil nailing which...
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  • Amsterdam's Architecture over the Years
    Amsterdam has witnessed many architectural changes during its existence as a capital. From its earliest canal houses to its recent "modernisation", it is a widespread array of fascinating design and architecture. Throughout this short guide, I wish to take you through these ages, demonstrating the d...
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  • Compiler Design
    DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING 2007-2008, EVEN SEMESTER PRINCIPLES OF COMPILER DESIGN-CS1352 TWO-MARK QUESTIONS 1. What does translator mean? A translator is a program that takes a input program on one programming language (source language) and produces output in another language (ob...
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  • What Are the Unique Features of the Pantheon in Terms of Design and Construction
    What are the unique features of the Pantheon in terms of design and construction? The French writer Stendhal described the Pantheon as the ‘first great monument of non-useful architecture’. This statement nullifies the usefulness of religion, as the Pantheon was a place of worship but this is...
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  • Game Architecture and Prog
    BE Information Technology Game Architecture & Programming Core Design: What is a Game Games are not Everything Game Means Game Play Creating Game Specs Example of Game Specs Initial Design: The Beginning Hardware Abstraction The Problem Domain Thinking in Tokens Use of Technology: The state of Art...
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  • Basic Compiler Design
    Basics of Compiler Design Extended edition Torben Ægidius Mogensen DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN Published through c lulu.com. 2000  2008 Torben Ægidius Mogensen torbenm@diku.dk Department of Computer Science University of Copenhagen Universitetspar...
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  • Medieval Architecture
    Medieval Architecture World Geography 101 December 1, 2010 The Middle Ages, also known as the Medieval era, though scarred with a history of violence and war, has given the world some of the most marvelous and beautiful pieces of art, particularly in architecture. The Middle Ages is the...
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