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  RFC 1835   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
RFC 1835 Architecture of the WHOIS++ service August 1995 The actual implemention details of an individual WHOIS++ search engine are left to the imagination of the implementor and it is hoped that the simple, extensible approach taken will encourage experimentation and the development of improved search engines.
RFC 1835 Architecture of the WHOIS++ service August 1995 An additional set of optional constraints are used to provide support for different character sets, indicate the need and type of authentication to perform on a transaction, and permit multiple transactions during a single communications session.
RFC 1835 Architecture of the WHOIS++ service August 1995 System generated messages displayed before or after the formatted response section are expected to refer to operation of the system or refer to the entire query.
www.armware.dk /RFC/rfc/rfc1835.html   (7804 words)

  
  Timeline of architecture - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This is a timeline of architecture, indexing the individual year in architecture pages.
Notable events in architecture and related disciplines including structural engineering, landscape architecture and city planning.
1835 - The New Orleans Mint, Dahlonega Mint, and Charlotte Mint are all designed by William Strickland and begin producing coins in three years.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Architecture_timeline   (3146 words)

  
 ARCHITECTURE (Lat. arc... - Online Information article about ARCHITECTURE (Lat. arc...
works of architecture properly so called these elements must exist, and be harmoniously combined.
evolution of the art of architecture will be considered in various sections, associated with the nations and periods from which the leading historic styles are chronologically derived, in so far as the dominant influences on the art, and not the purely local characteristics of countries outside the See also:
section on what can only be collectively termed Modern architecture deals with the main lines of the later developments down to the present day in the architectural history of different countries.
encyclopedia.jrank.org /APO_ARN/ARCHITECTURE_Lat_architectura_f.html   (2792 words)

  
 Art-Toward-Architecture
As a point of departure, for studying mural painting and its relation to architecture, I have chosen Renaissance Italy of the 14th century particularly because it was in Italy that a synthesis developed between painting and architecture.
His intense awareness that architecture sets up certain statement of its own which dictate somewhat the partial development of a mural composition, is revealed by his reaction on being informed that the previously quoted wall dimensions were slightly off.
All elements in architecture are composed of vertical and horizontal movements, i.e., steel mullion and glass, door frames, doors, cabinets, bricks, lights, etc. the problem in composition here is to relate the enclosure to the painting while at the same time retaining the distinctive individuality of the canvas.
www.minschew.com /allpages/Thesis.htm   (11088 words)

  
 ARCHITECTURE
Strickland, an outstanding exponent of the Greek Revival in America acquired his architectural training under the renowned Benjamin Latrobe In 1836 Strickland had been one of the organizers and the first president of the American Institution of Architects, the organization which anticipated the later founding (1857) of the American Institute of Architects.
"The architecture of the building consists of a Doric basement, four Ionic porticoes, two of eight and two of six columns four feet in diameter, surmounted by a Corinthian tower in the center of the roof, the whole height of which is to be 170 feet from the summit of the site.
The future architecture of the Tennessee Valley is indicated by the city of Norris, where a new standard for rural existence is being set.
www.newdeal.feri.org /guides/tnguide/ch16.htm   (3779 words)

  
 Architecture | Visual arts, architecture & Arkansas museums preserve Arkansas heritage
Their design, construction and decoration reflect both common, daily lifestyle issues and the need to present a level of architectural distinctiveness sufficient to render even the humblest edifice unique.
The Hornibrook House (1888) in Little Rock, now The Empress Bed and Breakfast, is the best example of ornate Victorian architecture in Arkansas and is the most important existing example of Gothic Queen Anne style in the region.
al Gov. John Pope, who served from 1829 to 1835, and Ambrose H. Sevier, who was a delegate to the U.S. Congress from 1827 to 1836, played key roles in the construction of the Old State House.
www.arkansasheritage.com /visual_arts/architecture   (760 words)

  
 1835 - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
1832 1833 1834 - 1835 - 1836 1837 1838
1835 was a common year starting on Thursday (see link for calendar).
You can find it there under the keyword 1835 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1835)The list of previous authors is available here: version history (http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=1835andaction=history).
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/1835   (870 words)

  
 Handbook of Texas Online:
During the Mexican period (1821-35), relatively little architectural progress was made beyond the construction of dwellings and some military work, although several new towns were established, including Bastrop (laid out in 1830), Liberty (founded in 1831), and Gonzales (founded in 1832).
Architectural motifs from many historic styles were combined in an eclectic fashion, with the Medieval Romanesque and Gothic vying with the Renaissance for popularity.
The architecture of the first half of the twentieth century reflects the growing unity of architectural expression throughout the United States.
www.tsha.utexas.edu /handbook/online/articles/view/AA/cmask.html   (6024 words)

  
 Women's History Guide
Professor of Architecture since 1977 at the University of Toronto; principal of van Ginkel Associates, Architects and Planners of Toronto, Ontario, since 1957; and member of the Board of Advisors for the International Archive of Women in Architecture (at Virginia Tech).
Papers consist of architectural drawings, correspondence, photographs, newspaper clippings, and files that detail the many facets of her career as educator, architect, and advocate of the work of women in architecture.
Materials consist of architectural drawings, photographs, correspondence, and specifications for several projects she designed or renovated in the Netherlands between 1954 and 1963, including Ellichem, a Humanist Center for Rejected and Problem Children in Ellecom; De Poort, a Home for Rejected Children; and Kesslerhuis, a recreation building for employees of the Netherlands Steel Furnaces.
spec.lib.vt.edu /women/wmnunidx.htm   (10700 words)

  
 Brooklyn Heights Architecture   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
One of the oldest and most architecturally diverse areas in the borough, Brooklyn Heights is an elegant treasure trove of nineteenth- and twentieth-century architecture.
Upon strolling down its quaint tree-lined streets, one is greeted by a dazzling array of architectural aesthetics reflective of various periods in the neighborhood’s history.
Inspired by the classical human-scale architecture of early ancient Greece, Greek Revival architecture reflected the pro-democratic sentiments that swept the nation during this post-Revolution era.
web.honorscollege.cuny.edu /student-projects/2005/neighborhoods/16/architecture.shtml   (1175 words)

  
 Architecture Archives   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
The Carnegie Mellon University Architecture Archives was created in 1984 to collect, conserve and promote the use of architectural records that document the architects and architecture of Pittsburgh and the tri-state region of western Pennsylvania, eastern Ohio and northern West Virginia.
Architecture under the French Regime in Quebec (1608-1763) was based on the Norman and Breton house.
The purpose of the program is to document the history of women's involvement in architecture by collecting, preserving, storing, and making available to researchers the professional papers of women architects, landscape architects, designers, architectural historians and critics, and urban planners, and the records of women's architectural organizations, from around the world.
www.architectstore.com /archives.html   (1487 words)

  
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Deutsch, et al Standards Track [Page 4] RFC 1835 Architecture of the WHOIS++ service August 1995 The actual implemention details of an individual WHOIS++ search engine are left to the imagination of the implementor and it is hoped that the simple, extensible approach taken will encourage experimentation and the development of improved search engines.
Deutsch, et al Standards Track [Page 12] RFC 1835 Architecture of the WHOIS++ service August 1995 An additional set of optional constraints are used to provide support for different character sets, indicate the need and type of authentication to perform on a transaction, and permit multiple transactions during a single communications session.
Deutsch, et al Standards Track [Page 28] RFC 1835 Architecture of the WHOIS++ service August 1995 System generated messages displayed before or after the formatted response section are expected to refer to operation of the system or refer to the entire query.
www.ietf.org /rfc/rfc1835.txt   (7642 words)

  
 Possumblog: Architecture Archives
Being that I am more persnickety about architectural craftsmanship than even famously anal-retentive James Lileks is about arranging the currency in his wallet or the size of juice glasses, the objects Catherine has decorated drive me to distraction with their slapdashery of color.
Architecture is a more durable language than spoken or written words, and one of the most durable of its dialects has been that of Classicism.
In Roman architecture, the landowner's residence or farmstead on his country estate; in Renaissance architecture, a country house; in C19 England, a detached house 'for opulent persons', usually on the outskirts of a town; in modern architecture, a small detached house.
possumblog.mu.nu /archives/cat_architecture.html   (12408 words)

  
 Avery Downer House | History & Architecture   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
For his architectural design he chose the classical Greek Revival or Grecian style which he had grown to love in the architecture of St. Luke's Episcopal Church by Minard Lafever just down the street.
The road that Grecian architecture traveled to arrive in the United States and Granville is one which helps us understand the nature and importance of our inherited classical civilization.
When ancient Greek architecture was measured, delineated and published for the first time in the middle of the 18th century, it opened a new chapter in classical architecture.
www.averydownerhouse.org /history.htm   (1402 words)

  
 RFC 1835 (rfc1835) - Architecture of the WHOIS++ service
This document describes the architecture and protocol for WHOIS++, a simple, distributed and extensible information lookup service based upon a small set of extensions to the original WHOIS information model.
Although a general overview of this service is included for completeness, the indexing extensions are described in a separate paper.
The WHOIS++ Architecture The WHOIS++ directory service has an architecture which is separated into two components; the base level server, which is described in this paper, and a indexing server.
www.faqs.org /rfcs/rfc1835.html   (7303 words)

  
 Neo-Gothic Architecture in Britain
Neo-gothic, because there are elements of Gothic architecture but the building dates much later, and it isn't a complete copy of the Gothic.
Because it was connected to church architecture, and because the detailed stonework required a great deal of skill and artistry, Gothic was valued as a reaction against the industrialization of building and artistic output.
Ironically, this type of architecture was well-suited to the new medium of iron, and architects who liked the Gothic style used iron in order to reveal its artistic qualities as well as its practical side.
newton.uor.edu /facultyfolder/rebecca_brown/old/arth104/British/gothbrit.html   (312 words)

  
 Washington County, Maine--Historic Sites
Built in 1829 or 1840, this church's exterior was remodeled in 1870, and the design reflects Greek Revival influence with it's triangular gabled pediment, wide cornice and corner pilasters.
A splendid example of the best in New England architecture, generations of families and hard work have also supported and woven this building into the fabric of the town.
The entire downtown is an homogenous, cohesive grouping of 29 architecturally and/or historically significant buildings, built after the fire of 1886.
www.sunrisecounty.org /pb/hist/histall.htm   (7415 words)

  
 Victorian Architecture: Bibliography of Contemporary Victorian Sources
The Architecture of Machinery: An Essay on Propriety of Form and Proportion.
Victorian Architecture: A Few Words to Show that a National Architecture Adapted to the Wants of the Nineteenth Century Is Attainable.
An Essay on the Origin and Progress of Gothic Architecture Traced in and Deduced from the Ancient Edifices of Germany with References to Those of England.
www.victorianweb.org /art/architecture/bibliography.html   (496 words)

  
 Table of contents for Architectural theory
Henry Wotton from The Elements of Architecture (1624) 39.
Joshua Reynolds from Discourses on Architecture (1786) 119.
John Soane from Royal Academy Lectures on Architecture, V, VIII, and XI (1812-15) Part V The Rise of Historicism in the Nineteenth Century A.
www.loc.gov /catdir/toc/ecip055/2004030886.html   (2605 words)

  
 KATARXIS
KATARXIS is a new webzine dedicated exclusively to a New Traditional Architecture and Urbanism: one that in its vernacular and classical expressions, incorporates a re-evaluation of the many World Cultures; includes the humanist heritage of the West and the East; and acknowledges the evidence of New Sciences, and the positive logistics of the contemporary world.
KATARXIS supports a broader Culture of Reconstruction and participates to the emergence of a New Architecture and a New Urbanism of the 21st Century, solidly anchored in the most updated knowledge of man and nature, and in the most universal intuitions and feelings of mankind.
The written architectural press is generally closed to anything about classical and traditional culture, in spite of the fact that this is an issue of relevance to a majority of people!
luciensteil.tripod.com /katarxis   (973 words)

  
 ArtLex's Ao-Ars page
Roman fresco painting, in which painters covered walls with such architectural elements as columns and porticos, punctuated with illusory windows revealing scenic landscapes.
One reason the architectonic style was so effective was it use of linear perspective — long before its reinvention in the Renaissance.
In architecture, it is the subject of the
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