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Hagia Sophia’s Material and Aesthetic View

Hari Luitel Professor Kite COR-330-13 April 13, 2017 Hagia Sophia’s Material and Aesthetic View Religious building is among the most beautiful and the most enduring achievements of mankind.This building have the passions and complexities of a religious belief been commonly expressed in architecture. In this paper I will provide evidence to why architectures have use […]



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GLOBALIZATION IN ARCHITECTURE: THE FUTURE OF ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING

  Throughout history, the development of architectural techniques and ideologies have evolved dramatically on global scale. Not surprisingly, nations have used their architectural designs effectively to express their technical and structural skills. Additionally, architecture may also be used as a lens to understand societies: socially, economically, and politically; we can use architecture to better analyze […]



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Spittelau, Changing the Game Since 1971

Christa Bennett COR: Vienna: Bridge from West-East Betsy Allen-Pennebaker 11/25/16   Spittelau, Changing the Game Since 1971             Vienna, Austria is known for being the world’s best place to live and for some of the most exquisite architecture in the world. From palaces to government buildings, cemeteries to the many churches, you can go almost […]



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Architectural Movements in Vienna, Austria

Otto Wagner was a strongly influential Austrian Architect and important member of a movement called the Vienna Secession, which can be summarized by a movement aiming to break artistic rules or disrupting identity through modernism as a protest against the Ringstraße.  The Ringstraße, also called The Ring Road, is a boulevard circling around the city […]



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Byzantine Architecture

I essentially wrote and presented on Byzantine architecture and its impact on the architecture world; going from the basis that architecture is one of the most ancient of art forms. The Byzantines were the successors of the Roman Empire, and also the first empire to have christianity as its religion, 600 years after the death […]



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