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  Aldo Rossi
Architecture is a profession in which talent matures slowly.
This rarest of architectural capacities, the power to be radically of a place and to impart a meaning to objects far beyond their origin, makes of Rossi an architect whose reflections, lectures, and buildings capture our attention.
Foremost among them was Peter Eisenman's Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies, which, by means of exhibitions and the publication of Rossi's writings, laid the groundwork for a steadily widening audience and helped position Rossi's thought in the area of architectural controversy during the 1970s.
www.pritzkerprize.com /rossi.htm   (2944 words)

 Architecture Museum
Visitors were invited for the first time to get a closer acquaintance with the history of Lithuanian architecture in 1974 after the exposition on the history of Medininkai castle was arranged in a wooden house of the yard of this castle.
The Museum of Architecture in Lithuania was founded in 1968 as a branch of Lithuanian National Museum.
Michael's church of Renaissance-precious architecture was built in 1594-1625 as Leonas Sapiega's family mausoleum and a church of a female Bernardine observant monastery.
www.muziejai.lt /Vilnius/architekturos_muziejus.en.htm   (1068 words)

 New Architecture Berlin 1990-2000:Kieren, Martin:3931321827:eCampus.com
This architectural guide is the first book to document the more than 200 significant building projects which will, for the most part, be completed by the turn of the millenium.
Surveying the abundant field of architectural experimentation characterizing modern Berlin, this book is a critical record of the development of Germany's intellectual, cultural, and political center.
New Architecture Berlin 1990-2000 is a must for anyone with an interest in current building trends and post-Wall urban planning, and includes an extensive appendix of details for other building projects as well as an index of architects and locations.
www.ecampus.com /bk_detail.asp?isbn=3931321827   (116 words)

A character is being interrogated, as is the architecture in which she sits.
This is especially significant in a time when the presentation of architecture in magazines tends to underrate the problems tied to the exchange of experiences, i.e., the "narration" of architecture.
Film can be an excellent vehicle to represent a work of architecture insofar as the rhythmic sequence of images allows a closer simulation of the temporal experience of architecture than still photographs.
www.nbm.org /blueprints/90s/summer90/page3/page3.htm   (1066 words)

 Powell's Books - North American Architecture Trends: 1990-2000 (Skira Architecture Library) by Luca Molinari   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
These years show that the diverse architectural cultures that inhabit the United States are increasingly taking on an awareness of their own role, distant from the traditional centres of academic development and at the same time an image of social and economic realities in expansion.
Luca Molinari was born in 1966 and graduated in the Faculty of Architecture--Polytechnic of Milan.
Coordinator of a number of architecture and design exhibitions, speaker at international conventions and meetings, he is author of several papers on architecture, design and decoration.
www.powells.com /biblio?isbn=8881188651   (746 words)

 LarpWeb : Department : History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
At the same time, a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture (BLA) was awarded for a fifth year of study at the graduate level after the BS in Landscape Architecture.
In 1959, the BS in Landscape Architecture was accredited by the American Society of Landscape Architecture.
In 1987, the Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture was resumed, and was accredited in 1990.
www.umass.edu /larp/Department/History.html.save   (557 words)

 Architecture Dean Timme resigns   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
"Leading the College of Architecture during (the) next five-year period is a responsibility one must face with a dedication of total time and energy," Timme said in his resignation letter.
The Center for the Study of Architecture and Urbanism in Saintes, France is one of his proudest achievements, he said.
Architecture faculty and students, as well as UH administration, all expressed sadness about Timme's resignation announcement.
www.stp.uh.edu /vol61/950830/1b.html   (764 words)

 Elsewhere: New Forms - Architecture in the 1990's   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
One may academically theorize on the genesis of this renaissance of architecture, the most public of the arts, but the bottom line is that there is great talent that fortunately has found considerable patronage, though rarely in the United States.
The Nagi MoCA is of importance not because of its size but because of its integrated effort to create a symbolic structure, in harmony both with the art that it houses and gives significance to, and with the local traditions and topography.
Takamatsu calls this 50 m[eter] high quadruple tower, which emits a gentle white light, a 'monument without form.' Despite its very modern appearance, this seemingly unnatural calm brings to mind the fact that calm and reflection are traditions of the Japanese spirit, which are being swept aside by rampant urbanization and commercialization," Jodidio maintained.
www.thecityreview.com /nuform.html   (1256 words)

 Architecture, Landscape Architecture, and Urban Planning
She edited Architectural History 1999/2000: A Special Issue of JSAH (1999), and is the author of Architecture or Revolution: Charles Moore and Yale in the late 1960s (2001) as well as numerous articles on 19th and 20th century architecture, the city, photography and other issues in architectural representation.
She is the editor of the Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians from 1997-2000, Blau was Curator of Exhibitions and Publications at the Canadian Centre for Architecture, 1984-1990, and Adjunct Curator, 1991-2001.
Hays received the Bachelor of Architecture from the Georgia Institute of Technology in 1976, the Master of Architecture in Advanced Studies from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1979, and the Doctor of Philosophy in the History, Theory, and Criticism of Architecture and Art from MIT in 1990.
www.gsas.harvard.edu /programs/degree/archtect.html   (4457 words)

 1989 in architecture -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
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Office by Coop Himmelblau in (The capital and largest city of Austria; located on the Danube in northeastern Austria; was the home of Beethoven and Brahms and Haydn and Mozart and Schubert and Strauss) Vienna is completed.
Vitra Design Museum at Weil-am-Rhein, (A republic in central Europe; split into East German and West Germany after World War II and reunited in 1990) Germany by (additional info and facts about Frank Gehry) Frank Gehry is completed.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/1/19/1989_in_architecture.htm   (190 words)

 Architectural Design - Food for Thought   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
To me, architecture is the integrated set of activities (the meta-activity) required to bring forth, sustain, and maintain a building which satisfies the appropriate customer desires.
This means architecture must be delivered at the appropriate time with lower cost than the competition or higher quality than the competition or both.
Lemings observations on architectural productivity, the three primary drivers of architectural productivity are the ratio of drawings which must be redrawn, the ratio of drawings which have to do with what the customer wants rather than with control of contractors, and the percentage of building innovations which provide sufficient value to the customer.
www.arch.wustl.edu /donnelly/538a/space/designfft.htm   (611 words)

 Definitions of Software Architecture
An architecture can be recursively decomposed into parts that interact through interfaces, relationships that connect parts, and constraints for assembling parts.
Application Architecture is the consideration of the parts that make up a system: how many there are, how big they are, how they divide responsibility, how they collaborate, how they communicate.
Architecture is an approach to understand the problem and window to view the solution.
www.bredemeyer.com /definiti.htm   (801 words)

 Standardized Occupation & Industry Coding - SOIC Manual
The SOIC System coding engine classification systems was developed by the Bureau of the Census and was used in coding industry and occupation for the 1990 census.
The 1990 industrial classification scheme consists of 236 categories, arranged in 13 major groups.
This architecture not only allows the Client to access different coding engines, but it also facilitates interface to the coding engine by other external software applications, such as electronic death registries.
www.cdc.gov /niosh/SOIC/Manual/SOIC_Manual1a.html   (392 words)

The exhibition opened at the Penn State Department of Landscape Architecture March 5, 1990, and was on view through March 25, 1990.
That appearance is achieved through architecture, and bank architecture has changed through the years as the attitude toward money has changed.
In addition to the contemporary photographs historic photographs and architectural models of the financial districts in New York and Toronto supplement the exhibition.
www.nbm.org /blueprints/90s/spring90/page7/page7.htm   (543 words)

 Adrian Luchini
He is recipient of numerous AIA awards, was named on the "Young Architects" list by Progressive Architecture in 1990, and received the "Emerging Voices" citation by the Architecture League of New York in 1992.
From 1996-2002, Luchini was design principal of architecture at Jacobs Facilities, Inc., prior to which he served as a senior architect at Hellmuth, Obata, and Kassabaum, Inc. He has worked in private practice as a principal of the firm Schwetye Luchini Architects, and collaborated with Pritzker Prize-winning architect Rafael Moneo.
In 1990, he was named on the "Young Architects" list by Progressive Architecture and in 1992 received the "Emerging Voices" citation by the Architectural League of New York.
news-info.wustl.edu /sb/page/normal/530.html   (545 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
17th Annual Symposium on Computer Architecture %D May 1990 %P 138-147 %T The Directory-Based Cache Coherence Protocol for the DASH Multiprocessor %A Daniel Lenoski %A James Laudon %A Kourosh Gharachorloo %A Anoop Gupta %A John Hennessy %J Proc.
17th Annual Symposium on Computer Architecture %D May 1990 %P 250-259 %T Performance Measurement and Trace Driven Simulation of Parallel CAD and Numeric Applications on a Hypercube Multicomputer %A Jiun-Ming Hsu %A Prithviraj Banerjee %J Proc.
17th Annual Symposium on Computer Architecture %D May 1990 %P 270-279 %T Fast Prolog with an Extended General Purpose Architecture %A Bruce K. Holmer %A Barton Sano %A Michael Carlton %A Peter Van Roy %A Ralph Haygood %A William R. Bush %A Alvin M. Despain %A Joan M. Pendleton %A Tep Dobry %J Proc.
www.cs.wisc.edu /arch/www/ISCAbib/isca17   (1102 words)

 Architecture Firm
Finlay received an Associate Degree in Architectural Engineering from the Wentworth Institute in Boston, and a Bachelor of Architecture Degree from the University of Kentucky at Lexington, where he won top honors for architectural design.
Devore has been working in the architectural field since 1975 and has been with the firm since it was founded in 1984.
She is a registered architect in the state of Connecticut and has been with the firm since 1992.
www.markfinlay.com /firm.html   (787 words)

 History of the School of Architecture - Bibliography
Architecture Department : "the Ark", Northgate Hall, University of California, Berkeley, Alameda County, California : A Historic Structure Report, August 1979, for Office of the Chancellor, University of California, Berkeley.
Architecture, Kenneth Cardwell Assistant Professor of, and Emeritus William C. Hays Professor of Architecture
En Charette/on deadling: an architectural history of North Gate Hall, University of California, Berkeley, the Graduate School of Journalism.
www.lib.berkeley.edu /ENVI/ACH/Biblio.html   (715 words)

 Stack Computers & Forth   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Performance of the Harris RTX 2000 stack architecture versus the Sun 4 Sparc and the Sun 3 M68020 architectures, June 1992.
Real-Time Performance of the Harris RTX 2000 Stack Architecture versus the Sun 4 SPARC and the Sun 3 M68020 Architectures with a Proposed Real-Time Performance Benchmark, May 1992.
Yuen Chung Kwong's ideas on stack computer architecture; the second paper discusses superscalar stack computer techniques using a reorder buffer.
www.ece.cmu.edu /~koopman/stack.html   (305 words)

 Ellipsis Guide:Tokyo:The Wall
A Victorian gasometer-like cast-iron frame in front of the facade supplies a further archaeological layer and inverted aircraft undercarriage wheels, cast in bronze, are used at the cornice.
Visitors to the bars within may ascend stairs on the outside so that seen from the street they weave past and present to become 'characters in an architectural drama'.
The prohibitive cost of land in Tokyo necessitates a fast recouping of investment, and a novelty such as this draws in the crowds.
www.ellipsis.com /guides/tokyo/buildings/tokyo.wall.html   (328 words)

 Donald Kunze (Architecture Faculty)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Part of Proceedings: “Image Against Representation: Vico's Architecture of the Sublime,” in A Chen and J Robinson, eds., Reflections on Representation, Proceedings of “Reflections on Representations” (Buffalo: School of Planning and Architecture, SUNY Buffalo, 1991).
Review: of A Rossi, The Architecture of the City and A Scientific Autobiography, for Environment and Planning B (Planning and Design) 3, 10 (1983): 357-58.
Architectural Design: Six Associates, Asheville, NC (1964); Toombs, Amisano, and Wells, Atlanta (1970-1971); William Daugherty and Assoc., Atlanta (1971-73); John Phelps, Atlanta (1973).
www.arch.psu.edu /people/kunze_detail.htm   (2336 words)

 Amazon.com: Aldo Rossi: Architecture 1981-1991: Books   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Aldo Rossi: Architecture 1981-1991 is a vivid and timely survey of recent buildings, projects, and drawing--Rossi's way with pencil and paint is renowned--by the Italian theorist turned superstar.
Winner of the 1990 Pritzker Architecture Prize, Aldo Rossi gained international recognition as a practicing architect, artist, and theorist.
The projects in this volume cover Aldo Rossi's work during the decade 1981-1991, a period that witnessed not only a progressive increase in the number of projects from one year to the next, but also their globalization, with buildings in Europe, Asia, and America.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/1878271164?v=glance   (564 words)

His winning entries in the 1986 and 1987 "Progressive Architecture's International Furniture Competitions" further illustrate this rarified love of object.
His professional architectural collaborations with Gaetano Pesce, William Pedersen, Lebbeus Woods and others have lead Knoops to confront diverse and exotic locales such as the depths of Monterey Bay, the recesses of Venice, the heights of Tokyo, the crannies and crevasses of New Haven, and the darkness of Native American territories.
His imaginative ponderings have had audiences at the Storefront for Art and Architecture (1990), Clocktower Gallery (1989), the Union of Soviet Architects (1989) and the Urban Center (1992) as well as other galleries, publications, web sites and competitions.
knoops.us   (410 words)

 Resource Guide and Bibliography -- University of Florida Architecture
Relating old and new architecture : a design proposal for a central sciences library for the University of Florida incorporating Edward R. Flint Hall.
Architecture and urbanism, no. 12 (December 1990) (Extra edition), pp.
Summary: The existing and planned buildings of the J. Hillis Miller Health Center of the University of Florida are shown in drawings and discussed briefly.
web.uflib.ufl.edu /ufarch/resource3.htm   (3577 words)

 Bibliographies Mexico, Brazil, Latin America, India, Singapore and Middle East   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Aga Khan Award for Architecture (ed.) (1980): Toward an Architecture in the Spirit of Islam.
Zahiruddin, A.; Imamuddin, A.; Khan, M. (1990): Contemporary Architecture in Bangladesh.
Attoe, Wayne (1990): The Architecture of Riccardo Legorreta.
www.architecture-identity.de /research_literature.htm   (988 words)

 architecture   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
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The Architecture Studies Library (ASL) of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas is a two-story, 16000 foot facility with 30 computer workstations available for ASL clientele.
The Architecture Studies Library (ASL) is in the Paul B. Sogg Architecture building which is located on Brussels Street, approximately one block west of Maryland Parkway and north of Tropicana Avenue.
www.all-las-vegas.com /architecture   (276 words)

 PWP - Peter Walker and Partners Landscape Architects
1990 Awards: Solana Arrivals Garden and Village Center, Landscape Architecture," November 1990.
Barna, Joel W. "Solana in the Sun." Progressive Architecture, April 1989.
Up from Zero: Politics, Architecture, and the Rebuilding of New York.
www.pwpla.com /frm_publications.php   (1258 words)

 REYNER BANHAM PAPERS, 1930-1990, BULK 1970-1988   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Includes notes, drafts, printed material, correspondence, reviews and other research materials for Banham's Los Angeles: the architecture of four ecologies (1971), Megastructure (1976), Buffalo: an architectural guide (1981), Scenes in American Deserta (1982), Architecture of the well-tempered environment (1984), Concrete Atlantis (1986), Visions of Ron Herron (1990), and "Making architecture: the paradoxes of hi-tech" (unpublished).
Architecture of the well-tempered environment, 1982-1983, n.d., ca.
Los Angeles: the architecture of four ecologies, n.d.
www.getty.edu /research/conducting_research/finding_aids/banham1_m7.html   (1350 words)

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