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architecture ::: 1. The profession of designing buildings and other artificial constructions and environments, usually with some regard to aesthetic effect. 2. The character or style of building. 3. Construction or structure generally. architectures.

architecture ::: (architecture) Design, the way components fit together. The term is used particularly of processors, both individual and in general. The ARM has a really clean architecture. It may also be used of any complex system, e.g. software architecture, network architecture. (1995-05-02)

Design, the way components fit together. The
term is used particularly of {processors}, both individual and
in general. "The {ARM} has a really clean architecture". It
may also be used of any complex system, e.g. "software
architecture", "network architecture".

architecture ::: n. --> The art or science of building; especially, the art of building houses, churches, bridges, and other structures, for the purposes of civil life; -- often called civil architecture.
Construction, in a more general sense; frame or structure; workmanship.

Architecture [from Latin architectura from Greek architekton master-builder] Signifies not building in itself, but the science or art of building in accordance with certain principles or rules which endure through the ages, because rooted in cosmic order and beauty. Architecture is reckoned as one of the five great arts, and the monuments of antiquity in whatever land show clearly that those who designed them had, besides a knowledge of materials and the technique of using them, some knowledge at least of the great cosmic laws of harmony and beauty, and their derivative, proportion.

Architecture Neutral Distribution Format
(ANDF) An emerging {OSF}
{standard} for software distribution. Programs are compiled
into ANDF before distribution and {executables} are produced
from it for the local target system. This allows software to
be developed and distributed in a single version then
installed on a variety of hardware.
See also {UNCOL}.
["Architecture Neutral Distribution Format: A White Paper",
Open Software Foundation, Nov 1990].

Architecture Neutral Distribution Format ::: (programming, operating system) (ANDF) An emerging OSF standard for software distribution. Programs are compiled into ANDF before distribution and software to be developed and distributed in a single version then installed on a variety of hardware.See also UNCOL.[Architecture Neutral Distribution Format: A White Paper, Open Software Foundation, Nov 1990]. (1995-10-20)

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1:Architecture is frozen music. ~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe,
2:The architecture of the Infinite
Discovered here its inward-musing shapes
Captured into wide breadths of soaring stone. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Savitri, The Growth of the Flame,
3:There is a meaning in each curve and line.
It is an architecture high and grand
By many named and nameless masons built
In which unseeing hands obey the Unseen, ~ Sri Aurobindo, Savitri, The Way of Fate and the Problem of Pain
Meaning of this World
Our means must be as great as our ends. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Essays in Philosophy and Yoga, The Ideal of the Karmayogin,
4:John von Neumann (/vɒn ˈnɔɪmən/; Hungarian: Neumann Janos Lajos, pronounced [ˈnɒjmɒn ˈjaːnoʃ ˈlɒjoʃ]; December 28, 1903 - February 8, 1957) was a Hungarian-American mathematician, physicist, inventor, computer scientist, and polymath. He made major contributions to a number of fields, including mathematics (foundations of mathematics, functional analysis, ergodic theory, geometry, topology, and numerical analysis), physics (quantum mechanics, hydrodynamics, and quantum statistical mechanics), economics (game theory), computing (Von Neumann architecture, linear programming, self-replicating machines, stochastic computing), and statistics.
   ~ Wikipedia,
5:Jordan Peterson's Book List
1. Brave New World - Aldous Huxley
2. 1984 - George Orwell
3. Road To Wigan Pier - George Orwell
4. Crime And Punishment - Fyodor Dostoevsky
5. Demons - Fyodor Dostoevsky
6. Beyond Good And Evil - Friedrich Nietzsche
7. Ordinary Men - Christopher Browning
8. The Painted Bird - Jerzy Kosinski
9. The Rape of Nanking - Iris Chang
10. Gulag Archipelago (Vol. 1, Vol. 2, & Vol. 3) - Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
11. Man's Search for Meaning - Viktor Frankl
12. Modern Man in Search of A Soul - Carl Jung
13. Maps Of Meaning: The Architecture of Belief - Jordan B. Peterson
14. A History of Religious Ideas (Vol. 1, Vol. 2, Vol. 3) - Mircea Eliade
15. Affective Neuroscience - Jaak Panksepp ~ Jordan Peterson,
6:At first, needing the companionship of the human voice, he had listened to classical plays especially the works of Shaw, Ibsen, and Shakespeare - or poetry readings from Discovery's enormous library of recorded sounds. The problems they dealt with, however, seemed so remote, or so easily resolved with a little common sense, that after a while he lost patience with them.

So he switched to opera - usually in Italian or German, so that he was not distracted even by the minimal intellectual content that most operas contained. This phase lasted for two weeks before he realized that the sound of all these superbly trained voices was only exacerbating his loneliness. But what finally ended this cycle was Verdi's Requiem Mass, which he had never heard performed on Earth. The "Dies Irae," roaring with ominous appropriateness through the empty ship, left him completely shattered; and when the trumpets of Doomsday echoed from the heavens, he could endure no more.

Thereafter, he played only instrumental music. He started with the romantic composers, but shed them one by one as their emotional outpourings became too oppressive. Sibelius, Tchaikovsky, Berlioz, lasted a few weeks, Beethoven rather longer. He finally found peace, as so many others had done, in the abstract architecture of Bach, occasionally ornamented with Mozart. And so Discovery drove on toward Saturn, as often as not pulsating with the cool music of the harpsichord, the frozen thoughts of a brain that had been dust for twice a hundred years. ~ Arthur C Clarke, 2001: A Space Odyssey,
7:The colossal labour Sri Aurobindo put forth to build this unique structure reminds me of one of those majestic ancient temples like Konarak or of a Gothic architecture like Notre Dame before which you stand and stare in speechless ecstasy, your soul takes a flight beyond time and space.

As it is, Savitri is, I suppose, the example par excellence of the future poetry he speaks of in his book The Future Poetry. Generation after generation will drink in its soul’s nectar from this perennial source. ~ Nirodbaran,
8:Music is liquid architecture; Architecture is frozen music. ~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe,

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1:Architecture is politics. ~ Mitchell Kapor
2:Architecture is invention. ~ Oscar Niemeyer
3:Architecture is not about form ~ Peter Zumthor
4:Architecture aims at Eternity ~ Christopher Wren
5:Architecture is the work of nations ~ John Ruskin
6:I see music as fluid architecture. ~ Joni Mitchell
7:Lyrical lecture, word architecture, ~ Lord Finesse
8:Architecture is art, nothing else. ~ Philip Johnson
9:Architecture must make connections ~ Gottfried Bohm
10:For me, architecture is a social act. ~ David Adjaye
11:I think architecture has to be a gift. ~ Jean Nouvel
12:Architecture is what nature cannot make. ~ Louis Kahn
13:I like the architecture of lingerie. ~ Colleen Atwood
14:Architecture theory is very interesting. ~ David Byrne
15:Architecture trumps licensing any time. ~ Tim O Reilly
16:self-correcting business architecture ~ Timothy Ferriss
17:The future of architecture is culture. ~ Philip Johnson
18:The room is the beginning of architecture. ~ Louis Kahn
19:Architecture is an expression of values. ~ Norman Foster
20:Less is more, in prose as in architecture. ~ Donald Hall
21:Architecture is frozen music. ~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
22:Architecture is inhabited sculpture. ~ Constantin Brancusi
23:Life is more important than architecture. ~ Oscar Niemeyer
24:The frolic architecture of the snow. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
25:Architecture is frozen music. ~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe,
26:Architecture is the thoughtful making of space ~ Louis Kahn
27:Dismantling the architecture of my discontent ~ Paul Auster
28:There's nothing Dutch about my architecture. ~ Rem Koolhaas
29:We have to base architecture on the environment. ~ Toyo Ito
30:Architecture begins where engineering ends. ~ Walter Gropius
31:Architecture is definitely a political act. ~ Peter Eisenman
32:Architecture is the reaching out for the truth. ~ Louis Kahn
33:Chairs are architecture, sofas are bourgeois. ~ Le Corbusier
34:Dressmaking is the architecture of movement ~ Pierre Balmain
35:Knocked the architecture right out of his legs. ~ Junot D az
36:Berlin is liberation. Architecture, man! ~ Michelle Rodriguez
37:Each new situation requires a new architecture. ~ Jean Nouvel
38:I don't believe in morality in architecture. ~ Michael Graves
39:Our architecture reflects truly as a mirror. ~ Louis Sullivan
40:Architecture is not about space but about time. ~ Vito Acconci
41:Architecture is the king or queen of the arts. ~ Gaetano Pesce
42:I call architecture frozen music. ~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
43:Architecture is the art of how to waste space. ~ Philip Johnson
44:studied its architecture and intricate decoration ~ Mary Balogh
45:Architecture is crystallized music. ~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
46:Caches aren't architecture, they're just optimization. ~ Rob Pike
47:I don't want to do architecture that's dry and dull. ~ Frank Gehry
48:Prose is architecture, not interior decoration. ~ Ernest Hemingway
49:Architecture belongs to culture, not to civilization. ~ Alvar Aalto
50:If a building becomes architecture, then it is art. ~ Arne Jacobsen
51:Literature is painting, architecture, and music. ~ Yevgeny Zamyatin
52:Architecture struck me between the eye and the eyeball. ~ Louis Kahn
53:I have no requirements for a style of architecture. ~ Michael Graves
54:I wanted to disconnect from contemporary architecture ~ Rem Koolhaas
55:Modern architecture is not a style, it's an attitude ~ Marcel Breuer
56:No architecture is so haughty as that which is simple. ~ John Ruskin
57:Fashion is architecture: it is a matter of proportions. ~ Coco Chanel
58:Habits are the invisible architecture of daily life. ~ Gretchen Rubin
59:Prose is architecture and the Baroque age is over. ~ Ernest Hemingway
60:Writing about music is like dancing about architecture. ~ Frank Zappa
61:Architecture is about public space held by buildings. ~ Richard Rogers
62:Architecture ... the adaptation of form to resist force. ~ John Ruskin
63:Build your architecture from what is beneath your feet. ~ Hassan Fathy
64:Greek architecture is the flowering of geometry. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
65:I like to play with architecture! It's my favorite game. ~ Jean Nouvel
66:Life is architecture and architecture is the mirror of life. ~ I M Pei
67:Talking about music is like dancing about architecture. ~ Steve Martin
68:An important work of architecture will create polemics. ~ Richard Meier
69:Architecture is a dangerous mix of power and importance. ~ Rem Koolhaas
70:Infrastructure is much more important than architecture. ~ Rem Koolhaas
71:So I think it is a reptile, though it may be architecture. ~ Mark Twain
72:the voice seems to echo in the architecture of his head ~ Anthony Doerr
73:Contemporary architecture was of necessity mediocre. ~ Georges Rodenbach
74:He’s so obsessed with trying to analyze the architecture ~ Jack McDevitt
75:No architecture can be truly noble which is not imperfect. ~ John Ruskin
76:Architecture is the alpha principle of all arts. ~ Louis Ferdinand C line
77:I just hand shoes on the wall. They're architecture you know. ~ Tori Amos
78:I quit college. I was studying architecture for about a year. ~ Barry Mann
79:The art of the word is painting + architecture + music. ~ Yevgeny Zamyatin
80:The criteria for architecture after the tsunami is humbleness ~ Kengo Kuma
81:The only thing wrong with architecture is architects. ~ Frank Lloyd Wright
82:All architecture is great architecture after sunset. ~ Gilbert K Chesterton
83:All architecture is what you do to it when you look upon it; ~ Walt Whitman
84:All architecture is what you do to it when you look upon it. ~ Walt Whitman
85:I don't know why I've always been so captivated by architecture. ~ Tim Gunn
86:True architecture exists only where man stands in the center. ~ Alvar Aalto
87:Architecture is to make us know and remember who we are. ~ Geoffrey Jellicoe
88:Architecture in general is frozen music. ~ Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph Schelling
89:The terrifying and edible beauty of Art Nouveau architecture. ~ Salvador Dali
90:Vitality is radiated from exceptional art and architecture. ~ Arthur Erickson
91:Architecture is the real battleground of the spirit. ~ Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
92:There are no rules of architecture for a castle in the clouds. ~ G K Chesterton
93:Trying to explain music is like trying to dance architecture. ~ Thelonious Monk
94:We have to change from 'ego-architecture' to 'eco-architecture.' ~ Jaime Lerner
95:Architecture is a slow business, and city planning even slower. ~ Richard Rogers
96:I strive for an architecture from which nothing can be taken away. ~ Helmut Jahn
97:It is very difficult to build contemporary architecture in Italy ~ Fabio Novembre
98:To build means to make architecture real on the borders of knowledge. ~ Frei Otto
99:Chicago's one of the rare places where architecture is more visible. ~ Frank Gehry
100:I never talked about architecture with my father, which I regret ~ Bernard Tschumi
101:Architecture appears for the first time when the sunlight hits a wall. ~ Louis Kahn
102:i learn urgently
the architecture of loss
then find you again. ~ Warsan Shire
103:I've become much more interested in architecture than I've ever been. ~ Paula Scher
104:The speed of change makes you wonder what will become of architecture. ~ Tadao Ando
105:A New Blueprint: Time to Renovate the Architecture of Our Lives ~ Arianna Huffington
106:Architecture is a ride - a physical ride and an intellectual ride. ~ Antoine Predock
107:Architecture is a visual art, and the buildings speak for themselves. ~ Julia Morgan
108:Architecture is too slow in its realisation to be a 'problem solver'. ~ Cedric Price
109:I'm drawn to furniture design as complete architecture on a minor scale. ~ Brad Pitt
110:My furniture is an exercise in architecture or architectural mood. ~ Ettore Sottsass
111:The history of architecture is the history of the struggle for light. ~ Le Corbusier
112:Any work of architecture that does not express serenity is a mistake. ~ Luis Barragan
113:Architecture exists, like cinema, in the dimension of time and movement ~ Jean Nouvel
114:I think of architecture as a piece of clothing to wrap around human beings ~ Toyo Ito
115:Life is blood and death and fear and joy and fierce architecture, man. ~ Gin Phillips
116:There are no rules of architecture for a castle in the clouds. ~ Gilbert K Chesterton
117:Architecture is the will of an epoch translated into space. ~ Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
118:Art and architecture - all the arts - do not have to exist in isolation. ~ Donald Judd
119:If architecture is frozen music then music must be liquid architecture. ~ Quincy Jones
120:The secret of good architecture is having more than meets the eye. ~ Annabelle Selldorf
121:Music is liquid architecture; Architecture is frozen music. ~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
122:When I see architecture that moves me, I hear music in my inner ear ~ Frank Lloyd Wright
123:I am immersed in architecture all day, working in my office or teaching. ~ Peter Eisenman
124:I believe that the way people live can be directed a little by architecture. ~ Tadao Ando
125:I don't divide architecture, landscape and gardening; to me they are one. ~ Luis Barragan
126:I'm not against architecture per se, I'm just against bad architecture. ~ Jonathan Meades
127:Music is liquid architecture; Architecture is frozen music. ~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe,
128:There will be no new architecture for computing for the next 1,000 years. ~ Larry Ellison
129:Architecture is the will of the age conceived in spatial terms. ~ Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
130:Architecture should speak of its time and place, but yearn for timelessness. ~ Frank Gehry
131:Architecture was pretty much the sexiest thing to be doing from 1700-1800. ~ Kevin McCloud
132:I love Sutton House in Clapton, a beautiful example of Tudor architecture. ~ Sharon Horgan
133:Like medicine (architecture) must move from the curative to the preventive. ~ Cedric Price
134:The architecture we remember is that which never consoles or comforts us. ~ Peter Eisenman
135:To really appreciate architecture, you may even need to commit a murder. ~ Bernard Tschumi
136:To some extent I've always taken the architecture of the space into account. ~ Wade Guyton
137:Architecture is not so much a knowledge of form, but a form of knowledge. ~ Bernard Tschumi
138:Prose is architecture, not interior decoration, and the Baroque is over. ~ Ernest Hemingway
139:There are but two truths in the world - the Bible and Greek architecture. ~ Nicholas Biddle
140:There was a time when I experienced architecture without thinking about it. ~ Peter Zumthor
141:We travel for romance, we travel for architecture, and we travel to be lost. ~ Ray Bradbury
142:Architecture begins when you place two bricks carefully together. ~ Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
143:Architecture is an applied art, founded not on theories but on practice. ~ Witold Rybczynski
144:One cannot make architecture without studying the condition of life in the city ~ Aldo Rossi
145:The Fujiyama of Architecture?at once a lofty mountain and a national shrine. ~ Lewis Mumford
146:If Nature had been comfortable, mankind would never have invented architecture. ~ Oscar Wilde
147:I only like decoration if it plays second to the architecture of a dress. ~ Madeleine Vionnet
148:It is not with architecture that one can disseminate any political ideology. ~ Oscar Niemeyer
149:Music, landscape gardening, architecture—there was no start to his talents. ~ Terry Pratchett
150:Architecture has the power to create order out of unholy confusion. ~ Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
151:Architecture domesticates limitless space and enables us to inhabit it [...] ~ Juhani Pallasmaa
152:Architecture should be dedicated to keeping the outside out and the inside in. ~ Leonard Baskin
153:Architecture tends to consume everything else, it has become one's entire life. ~ Arne Jacobsen
154:Egypt left a legacy of art and architecture; Sumer’s legacy is its megabytes. ~ Neal Stephenson
155:It’s time for architecture to do things again, not just represent things. ~ Joshua Prince Ramus
156:The principle of the Gothic architecture is infinity made imaginable. ~ Samuel Taylor Coleridge
157:Architecture cannot be understood without some knowledge of the society it serves. ~ Hugh Casson
158:Architecture is a language. When you are very good, you can be a poet ~ Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
159:He who does not master the nude cannot understand the principles of architecture. ~ Michelangelo
160:Ive always seen architecture as a healing art, not just as a beautification art. ~ James Polshek
161:Open-source code is extremely well-adapted to service-oriented architecture. ~ Winston Damarillo
162:Rationalism is the enemy of art, though necessary as a basis for architecture. ~ Arthur Erickson
163:There was practically nothing that he wouldn’t attack, including architecture. ~ Terry Pratchett
164:Free verse'? You may as well call sleeping in a ditch 'free architecture'. ~ Gilbert K Chesterton
165:I know we can't have a great architecture while it is only for the landlord. ~ Frank Lloyd Wright
166:The genius of architecture seems to have shed its maledictions over this land. ~ Thomas Jefferson
167:The new architecture of transparency and lightness comes from Japan and Europe. ~ Arthur Erickson
168:The perfect kind of architecture decision is the one which never has to be made ~ Robert C Martin
169:There will never be great architects or great architecture without great patrons. ~ Edwin Lutyens
170:They can do without architecture who have no olives nor wines in the cellar ~ Henry David Thoreau
171:You don't need to spend a lot of money on stuff when you have amazing architecture. ~ Nate Berkus
172:Architecture wrote the history of the epochs and gave them their names. ~ Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
173:I think architecture, to be really intense and fulfilling, doesn't have to be large. ~ Steven Holl
174:The dialogue of architecture has been centered too long around the idea of truth. ~ Michael Graves
175:The difference between good and bad architecture is the time you spend on it. ~ David Chipperfield
176:They can do without architecture who have no olives nor wines in the cellar. ~ Henry David Thoreau
177:To create architecture is to put in order. Put what in order? Function and objects. ~ Le Corbusier
178:It's not new that architecture can profoundly affect a place, sometimes transform it. ~ Frank Gehry
179:I've said goodbye to the overworked notion that architecture has to save the world. ~ Peter Zumthor
180:Only architecture that considers human scale and interaction is successful architecture. ~ Jan Gehl
181:Princeton is a sublime undergraduate university. It has a good architecture school. ~ Emilio Ambasz
182:The back of Saint Peter's is one of the finest pieces of architecture I've ever seen. ~ Frank Gehry
183:My architecture is easy to understand. And enjoy. I hope it also is hard to forget. ~ Oscar Niemeyer
184:Painting can never show her nose in company with architecture but to have it snubbed. ~ J M W Turner
185:All architecture has a public nature, I believe, so I would like to make a public space. ~ Tadao Ando
186:Architecture doesn't come from theory. You don't think your way through a building. ~ Arthur Erickson
187:Consider the momentous event in architecture when the wall parted and the column became. ~ Louis Kahn
188:For architecture, nature provides only indications and analogies, not models to imitate. ~ Leon Krier
189:Lovely promise and quick ruin are seen nowhere better than in Gothic architecture. ~ George Santayana
190:Never talk to a client about architecture. Talk to him about his children. ~ Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
191:People kind of tend to mystify design and architecture by suggesting you need to train. ~ Marc Newson
192:The rules of logic are to mathematics what those of structure are to architecture. ~ Bertrand Russell
193:To provide meaningful architecture is not to parody history, but to articulate it. ~ Daniel Libeskind
194:British artist Alex Chinneck creates large-scale installation art inspired by architecture ~ Anonymous
195:Georgian architecture respected the scale of both the individual and the community. ~ Stephen Gardiner
196:Of course I know very little about architecture, and the older I get the less I know. ~ Richard Rogers
197:The more centralized the power, the less compromises need to be made in architecture. ~ Peter Eisenman
198:There are a great many things about architecture that are hidden from the untrained eye. ~ Frank Gehry
199:A modern, harmonic and lively architecture is the visible sign of authentic democracy. ~ Walter Gropius
200:he looked up and around him in awe and amazement. And saw the faces in the architecture. ~ Ian McDonald
201:Ornamentation is the principal part of architecture, considered as a subject of fine art. ~ John Ruskin
202:The architecture of the song, if it's built properly, can withstand all kinds of things. ~ Emily Haines
203:The automobile is the greatest catastrophe in the entire history of City architecture. ~ Philip Johnson
204:The Internet has created an incredible democratization of the architecture industry. ~ Cameron Sinclair
205:The only job that was ever of interest to me other than filmmaking is architecture. ~ Christopher Nolan
206:The purpose of construction is TO MAKE THINGS HOLD TOGETHER; of architecture TO MOVE US. ~ Le Corbusier
207:Architecture is the learned game; correct and magnificent of forms assembled in the light ~ Le Corbusier
208:Britain loves a bargain, but you don't get good, lasting architecture on the cheap. ~ David Chipperfield
209:Cat's passion for atmospheric architecture was only just second to her passion for Henry. ~ Val McDermid
210:Harrow the house of the dead; look shining at New styles of architecture, a change of heart. ~ W H Auden
211:I see the task of architecture as the defense of the authenticity of human experience ~ Juhani Pallasmaa
212:Architecture is basically the design of interiors, the art of organizing interior space. ~ Philip Johnson
213:Architecture is either the prophecy of an unformed society or the tomb of a finished one. ~ Lewis Mumford
214:Architecture is not just for the moment, it is not just for the next fashion magazine. ~ Daniel Libeskind
215:In fact, it will be very easy to climb the building because of its shape and architecture. ~ Alain Robert
216:Richard Meier told me, 'Young man, solar energy has nothing to do with architecture.' ~ William McDonough
217:The American attitude towards efficiency and execution should always underlie architecture. ~ Helmut Jahn
218:Architecture is the learned game, correct and magnificent, of forms assembled in the light. ~ Le Corbusier
219:I don't build because I am an architect. I can make true architecture because I do not build. ~ Leon Krier
220:I don't find Hollywood interesting, so I'm thinking of studying architecture instead. ~ Hayden Christensen
221:I like to think about machines and technology in relation to landscape and architecture. ~ Antoine Predock
222:Since it [architecture] is music in space, as it were a frozen music. ~ Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph Schelling
223:Architecture starts when you carefully put two bricks together. There it begins. ~ Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
224:Maybe we can show government how to operate better as a result of better architecture. ~ Frank Lloyd Wright
225:My house is my refuge, an emotional piece of architecture, not a cold piece of convenience. ~ Luis Barragan
226:the architecture that our services operate within dictates how we test and deploy our code. This ~ Gene Kim
227:The building of the architecture of a novel - the craft of it - is something I never tire of. ~ John Irving
228:There is little in the architecture of a city that is more beautifully designed than a tree. ~ Jaime Lerner
229:The Venus Project is not about new cities or new architecture. It's about a way of thinking ~ Jacque Fresco
230:To create something to dream about, I need exceptional women, locations and architectures. ~ Thierry Mugler
231:I didn't realize Toronto was so beautiful. Everywhere you go you see beautiful architecture. ~ Kevin Costner
232:I'm a designer, which includes interiors, architecture, fashion, furniture, and lifestyle. ~ Kelly Wearstler
233:It was the drawing that led me to architecture, the search for light and astonishing forms. ~ Oscar Niemeyer
234:Trying to describe something musical is like dancing to architecture, it's really difficult. ~ Robert Palmer
235:When we have a tightly-coupled architecture, small changes can result in large scale failures. As ~ Gene Kim
236:I search for surprise in my architecture. A work of art should cause the emotion of newness. ~ Oscar Niemeyer
237:It is therefore indisputable that the limbs of architecture are derived from the limbs of man. ~ Michelangelo
238:The architecture of war and violence is now matched by a barrage of goods parading as fashion. ~ Henry Giroux
239:long-time professor of architecture at the University of California, Berkeley, Chris Alexander ~ Stewart Brand
240:Most of what you see in architecture are watered-down ideas of sculptors who have come before. ~ Richard Serra
241:Architecture is about ideas in the first place. You don't get to design until you have an idea. ~ Lebbeus Woods
242:Architecture is not merely national but clearly has local ties in that it is rooted in the earth. ~ Alvar Aalto
243:Chinese architecture has a complete organic structure; it contains both sensibility and purpose. ~ Wu Guanzhong
244:In the minds of the early Christians, the people—not the architecture—constituted a sacred space. ~ Frank Viola
245:Art is about people. I think the discussion about whether architecture is art or not is lamebrain. ~ Frank Gehry
246:Chicago is a beautiful city - the architecture, the food, everything in the city is awesome. ~ Chance the Rapper
247:I would like my architecture to inspire people to use their own resources, to move into the future. ~ Tadao Ando
248:Of all the lessons most relevant to architecture today, Japanese flexibility is the greatest. ~ Stephen Gardiner
249:Scribal culture and Gothic architecture were both concerned with light through, not light on. ~ Marshall McLuhan
250:Authentic architecture is not the incarnation of the spirit of the age but of the spirit, full stop. ~ Leon Krier
251:Building a temple didn't mean you believed in gods, it just meant you believed in architecture. ~ Terry Pratchett
252:Building a temple didn’t mean you believed in gods, it just meant you believed in architecture. ~ Terry Pratchett
253:By the unification of architecture, sculpture and painting a new plastic reality will be created. ~ Piet Mondrian
254:From Architecture down to the Zodiac, every science worthy of the name was imported by the Greeks ~ H P Blavatsky
255:We need better architecture and planning: more imaginatively exciting, more involving, more our own. ~ Robin Boyd
256:I have found among my papers a sheet . . . in which I call architecture frozen music. ~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
257:In any architecture, there is an equity between the pragmatic function and the symbolic function. ~ Michael Graves
258:Not architecture alone but all technology is, at certain stages, evidence of a collective dream. ~ Walter Benjamin
259:You became the youngest person ever to win the Pritzker Prize, architecture’s version of the Nobel. ~ Edward Albee
260:Architecture depends on Order, Arrangement, Eurythmy, Symmetry , Propriety , and Economy. ~ Marcus Vitruvius Pollio
261:Architecture is always dream and function, expression of a utopia and instrument of a convenience. ~ Roland Barthes
262:Istanbul is inspiring because it has its own code of architecture, literature, poetry, music. ~ Christian Louboutin
263:One of the great beauties of architecture is that each time, it is like life starting all over again. ~ Renzo Piano
264:Today, architecture is invention. It isn't enough to just be rational - It must also be beautiful. ~ Oscar Niemeyer
265:Writing about music is like dancing about architecture - it's really a stupid thing to want to do. ~ Elvis Costello
266:Architecture is measured against the past, you build in the present, and try to imagine the future. ~ Richard Rogers
267:Escape from the architecture ghetto is one of the major drivers and has been from the very beginning. ~ Rem Koolhaas
268:The intellectual architecture means focusing on doing great work instead of focusing on agency politics. ~ Jay Chiat
269:The way of architecture is the quiet voice that underlies it and has guided it from the beginning. ~ Arthur Erickson
270:I don't really get into architecture in the hotel room. But maybe a little Feng Shui here and there. ~ Drew Barrymore
271:In fact, the public will accept any city plan and skyline provided that its architecture is traditional. ~ Leon Krier
272:I would have liked maybe to be in architecture or painting, something connected to the fine arts. ~ Catherine Deneuve
273:Now it would not be the geography of Empire that would make him, it would be the architecture of war. ~ Kate Atkinson
274:There is still a real need for good quality architecture, not paper architecture, but the real stuff. ~ Peter Zumthor
275:We gazed at the constellations, praising the portentous architecture of the sky with trite formulas. ~ Elena Ferrante
276:A dress is a piece of ephemeral architecture, designed to enhance the proportions of the female body. ~ Christian Dior
277:Architecture isn't just about creating new buildings, sometimes its about retuning what's already there. ~ John Pawson
278:Drawing architecture is a "schizoid" act: it involves reducing the world to a piece of paper. ~ Eduardo Souto de Moura
279:I believe that architecture is a pragmatic art. To become art it must be built on a foundation of necessity. ~ I M Pei
280:If people want to see Beaux-Arts, it's fine with me. I'm interested in good architecture as anybody else. ~ Louis Kahn
281:The team architecture means setting up an organization that helps people produce that great work in teams. ~ Jay Chiat
282:Architecture is not based on concrete and steel, and the elements of the soil. It's based on wonder. ~ Daniel Libeskind
283:Architecture must concern itself continually with the socially beneficial distortion of the environment. ~ Cedric Price
284:I'm totally into architecture for all strata of society. High design should not just be for rich people. ~ David Adjaye
285:Japanese architecture is traditionally based on wooden structures that need renovating on a regular basis. ~ Tadao Ando
286:Madam de Stael pronounced architecture to be frozen music; so is statuary crystalized spirituality. ~ Louisa May Alcott
287:The code gets completely rewritten from scratch or ported to another architecture or even another language. ~ Anonymous
288:The Fire Department has traditionally considered architecture a priority only when it’s burning down. ~ Justin Davidson
289:In L.A., cinema and television might be seen as more interesting places for architecture than ever before. ~ Neil Denari
290:You have to accept as an architect to be exposed to criticism. Architecture should not rely on full harmony ~ Renzo Piano
291:Beauty isn't what I'm primarily interested in [in architecture]. I think appropriateness is more important. ~ Rem Koolhaas
292:May the software you write today have an architecture that your children’s children may discern and celebrate. ~ Anonymous
293:Nobody sees it happening, but the architecture of our time
Is becoming the architecture of the next time. ~ Mark Strand
294:The Egyptian contribution to architecture was more concerned with remembering the dead than the living. ~ Stephen Gardiner
295:Almost everything we know about good software architecture has to do with making software easy to change ~ Mary Poppendieck
296:I make no special difference between architecture and design, they are two different stages of invention. ~ Ettore Sottsass
297:It is a question of building which is at the root of the social unrest of today: architecture or revolution. ~ Le Corbusier
298:Ninety percent of the buildings we live in and around aren't architecture. No, that's not right - 98 percent. ~ Frank Gehry
299:software architecture is a set of architectural (or, if you will, design) elements that have a particular form. ~ Anonymous
300:Technological considerations are of great importance to architecture and cities in the informational society. ~ Kenzo Tange
301:I first decided architecture was for me when I saw Le Corbusier's designs in a Japanese magazine in the 1930s. ~ Kenzo Tange
302:The concept of architecture as analogous to landscape is something that has interested me for a long time. ~ Antoine Predock
303:I don't think architecture is radical. How can something that takes years and costs millions be radical? ~ David Chipperfield
304:The bowed frame of an old man is the settlement in the architecture of life. Nature had formed him for sadness. ~ Victor Hugo
305:Architecture arouses sentiments in man. The architect's task therefore, is to make those sentiments more precise. ~ Adolf Loos
306:Architecture concerns itself only with those characters of an edifice which are above and beyond its common use. ~ John Ruskin
307:...architecture was what you had instead of landscape, a signal of loss, of imitation. Europe had it in spades... ~ Tim Winton
308:I always say that writing non-fiction versus writing fiction is a bit like architecture versus abstract painting. ~ Andrew Lam
309:There is a deep human need for beauty and if you ignore that need in architecture your buildings will not last ~ Roger Scruton
310:we need to be cautious of architectures that offer convenience and charge isolation as a price of admission. ~ Ethan Zuckerman
311:Architecture is about the understanding of the world and turning it into a more meaningful and humane place. ~ Juhani Pallasmaa
312:I believe [the architecture firm] Herzog and de Meuron and our collaboration made the product the best it could be. ~ Ai Weiwei
313:I went into architecture a little as 'Peck's Bad Boy.' It allowed me to be a critic in a socially condoned way. ~ James Polshek
314:Writing about music really is like dancing about architecture--and a good thing, too. Everything is like that. ~ Timothy Morton
315:Angkor is perhaps the greatest of Man's essays in rectangular architecture that has yet been brought to life. ~ Arnold J Toynbee
316:Architecture, sculpture, painting, music, and poetry, may truly be called the efflorescence of civilised life. ~ Herbert Spencer
317:For me, I think the most exciting thing in architecture is the re-emergence of the locally-focused architect. ~ Cameron Sinclair
318:How do you document an architecture so that others can successfully use it, maintain it, and build a system from it? ~ Anonymous
319:I don't see that any buildings should be excluded from the term architecture, as long as they are done properly. ~ Arne Jacobsen
320:Literature, at least good literature, is science tempered with the blood of art. Like architecture or music. ~ Carlos Ruiz Zaf n
321:Literature, at least good literature, is science tempered with the blood of art. Like architecture or music. ~ Carlos Ruiz Zafon
322:London is one of the most civilised places in the world for the procedure of making architecture and urban design. ~ Renzo Piano
323:The mother art is architecture. Without an architecture of our own we have no soul of our own civilization. ~ Frank Lloyd Wright
324:Architects have made architecture too complex. We need to simplify it and use a language that everyone can understand. ~ Toyo Ito
325:I don't believe that classical architecture is enough to engage people anymore. They say: 'So what else is new?' ~ Peter Eisenman
326:Anybody I talk to agrees that maybe 2 percent of the building environment since the war, we could call architecture. ~ Frank Gehry
327:Architecture is basically a container of something. I hope they will enjoy not so much the teacup, but the tea. ~ Yoshio Taniguchi
328:Architecture is the simplest means of articulating time and space, of modulating reality, of engendering dreams. ~ Ivan Chtcheglov
329:Nothing can be more airy and beautiful than the transparent seed-globe-a fairy dome of splendid architecture. ~ Henry Ward Beecher
330:The ancient Romans built their greatest masterpieces of architecture, their amphitheaters, for wild beasts to fight in. ~ Voltaire
331:Architecture is supposed to complete nature. Great architecture makes nature more beautiful-it gives it power. ~ Claudio Silvestrin
332:I appreciated that all animals have some form of mental life that reflects the architecture of their nervous system. ~ Oliver Sacks
333:I was also always interested in the aesthetic realm - architecture and that kind of stuff - but music was my first love. ~ St Lucia
334:The Italians are the most civilized people. And they're very warm. Basically, they're Jews with great architecture. ~ Fran Lebowitz
335:God created paper for the purpose of drawing architecture on it. Everything else is at least for me an abuse of paper. ~ Alvar Aalto
336:In architecture and interiors, as well as fashion, there is an interaction that is both functional and aesthetic. ~ Joseph Altuzarra
337:Organic architecture seeks superior sense of use and a finer sense of comfort, expressed in organic simplicity. ~ Frank Lloyd Wright
338:The architecture
of my sister's thinking,
now phantom.
I fall
down stairs
that are nothing
but air. ~ Jandy Nelson
339:There is a lot of bad architecture. What we need more is to look at how our landscape should look in the next decades. ~ Dieter Rams
340:I love fashion, I love architecture and I love image making so if I can, I would put all these three in one pot. ~ Christopher Bailey
341:Once I got out of architecture school I decided not to be an architect, I just started my own little design studio. ~ Joseph Kosinski
342:When I was in architecture school at Princeton, the worst thing you could say about someone was that they were eclectic. ~ Hugh Hardy
343:Architecture is not created, it is discovered – the hand will find solutions before the mind can even comprehend them. ~ Glenn Murcutt
344:So here I stand before you preaching organic architecture: declaring organic architecture to be the modern ideal. ~ Frank Lloyd Wright
345:Splendid architecture, the love of your life, an old friend... they can all go drifting by unseen if youre not careful. ~ Ian Mckellen
346:There are no chords in modernist architecture, only lines - lines that may come to an end, but that achieve no closure ~ Roger Scruton
347:The show is called The Office and while it focuses on the people, the architecture of the space is very important. ~ Brian Baumgartner
348:We need houses as we need clothes, architecture stimulates fashion. It’s like hunger and thirst — you need them both. ~ Karl Lagerfeld
349:When circumstances defy order, order should bend or break: anomalies and uncertainties give validity to architecture. ~ Robert Venturi
350:Architecture approaches nearer than any other art to being irrevocable because it is so difficult to get rid of. ~ Gilbert K Chesterton
351:I would've been intrigued by being a film director. I would've been intrigued by politics. I thought about architecture. ~ Charlie Rose
352:A man of eighty has outlived probably three new schools of painting, two of architecture and poetry and a hundred in dress. ~ Lord Byron
353:I am trying to counter the fixity of architectures, their stolidity, with elements that give an ineffable immaterial quality. ~ Toyo Ito
354:I make no apology for preoccupying myself with architecture, television, conceptual art, restaurants and Jane Asher's cakes. ~ Will Self
355:Is there some vital connection between Norman church architecture and the milking of beef cattle of which I am unaware? ~ Michael Chabon
356:New York is the cubist, the futurist city. It expresses in its architecture, its life, its spirit, the modern thought. ~ Francis Picabia
357:When a child has learned this architecture, he can tell time as easily from a wristwatch as from a church tower. ~ Frederick P Brooks Jr
358:When I see beautiful clothes, I want to keep them, preserve them... Clothes, like architecture and art, reflect an era. ~ Azzedine Alaia
359:Architecture and any art can transform a person, even save someone. It can for children - for anyone. It still does for me. ~ Frank Gehry
360:I don't believe architecture has to speak too much. It should remain silent and let nature in the guise of sunlight and wind ~ Tadao Ando
361:I love antique architecture, so if I have any indulgences, I have owned and renovated and reconstructed a lot of old houses. ~ Daryl Hall
362:Nothing like that warm and fuzzy Soviet architecture ... Pretty much as close to the Klingon home world as you're gonna get. ~ Josh Gates
363:Architecture is exposed to life. If its body is sensitive enough, it can assume a quality that bears witness to past life. ~ Peter Zumthor
364:Modernism in architecture went hand in hand with socialist and fascist projects to rid old Europe of its hierarchical past ~ Roger Scruton
365:The building is a special place because of its architecture; But it's people who make it special by participating in it. ~ Charlie Chaplin
366:The goal of software architecture is to minimize the human resources required to build and maintain the required system. ~ Robert C Martin
367:Winning a competition in architecture is a ticket to oblivion. It's just an idea. Ninety-nine per cent never get built. ~ Daniel Libeskind
368:A lot of my work is about questioning the stability and permanence of architecture, and, in turn, the stability of society. ~ Lebbeus Woods
369:Architecture begins to matter when it brings delight and sadness and perplexity and awe along with a roof over our heads. ~ Paul Goldberger
370:I have tried to get close to the frontier between architecture and sculpture and to understand architecture as an art. ~ Santiago Calatrava
371:I suppose I'm trying to build an architecture that's as timeless as possible, although we're all creatures of our age. ~ David Chipperfield
372:My weakness ... is architecture. I think of my work as ephemeral architecture, dedicated to the beauty of the female body. ~ Christian Dior
373:Architecture is bound to situation. And I feel like the site is a metaphysical link, a poetic link, to what a building can be. ~ Steven Holl
374:I had some good opportunities. I was lucky to have had the chance to do things differently. Architecture is about surprise. ~ Oscar Niemeyer
375:I have a strong sense that every project is an invention, which is not a word I hear being used in architecture courses ~ Thomas Heatherwick
376:Timothy O'Sullivan was, it seems to me, the greatest of the photographers because he understood nature first as architecture. ~ Robert Adams
377:When I'm in London, Claridge's is a great favourite. I'm a big fan of art deco architecture and the rooms are extraordinary. ~ Roman Coppola
378:Clearly, if a building is not functionally and technically in order, then it isn't architecture either, it's just a building. ~ Arne Jacobsen
379:The details are the very source of expression in architecture. But we are caught in a vice between art and the bottom line. ~ Arthur Erickson
380:The problem with digital architecture is that an algorithm can produce endless variations, so an architect has many choices. ~ Peter Eisenman
381:Architecture immortalizes and glorifies something. Hence there can be no architecture where there is nothing to glorify. ~ Ludwig Wittgenstein
382:Architecture is the art of reconciliation between ourselves andthe world, and this mediation takes place through the senses ~ Juhani Pallasmaa
383:The English light is so very subtle, so very soft and misty, that the architecture responded with great delicacy of detail. ~ Stephen Gardiner
384:In architecture, the demand was no longer for box-like forms, but for buildings that have something to say to the human emotions. ~ Kenzo Tange
385:I think Miss Monroe as architecture is extremely good architecture, and she's a very natural actress, and a very good one. ~ Frank Lloyd Wright
386:It was only in an urban landscape, amid straight lines and architecture, that she could situate herself in human time and history. ~ Ruth Ozeki
387:The elements of architecture are not visual units or gestalt; they are encounters, confrontations that interact with memory. ~ Juhani Pallasmaa
388:The process I go through in the art and the architecture, I actually want it to be almost childlike. Sometimes I think it's magical. ~ Maya Lin
389:There's certain things in life that I love. One is architecture. And music, culture, food, people. New Orleans has all of that. ~ Lenny Kravitz
390:You see a lot of so-called architecture that part of the ego trip overpowers the functionality and the budget and all that stuff. ~ Frank Gehry
391:Art in progress. MAK has occupied a unique and valuable space as international host for discourse between the arts and architecture. ~ Thom Mayne
392:As a total activity - I practice curating, art, architecture, writing, and publishing all together. I still act as a living creature. ~ Ai Weiwei
393:I'm trying to create flesh architecture. I aim to get a sculptural feel for groups of bodies, as well as create performance art. ~ Spencer Tunick
394:All civilisation begins with a theocracy and ends with a democracy. This law of liberty succeeding unity is written in architecture. ~ Victor Hugo
395:During those years of travel I saw that architecture is what we console ourselves with once we’ve obliterated our natural landscapes. ~ Tim Winton
396:I want to do interiors, furniture. I want to do architecture, although I'm not an architect. Nor am I a trained interior designer. ~ Lenny Kravitz
397:Architecture is the triumph of human imagination over materials, methods, and men, to put man into possession of his own earth ~ Frank Lloyd Wright
398:Art is more than a series of images that are disembodied. Art is objects that live in real places, economies, spaces, architecture. ~ Trevor Paglen
399:As technology advances at an alarming pace, the place of drawing remains as valid as ever in the creation of art and architecture. ~ Prince Charles
400:Modern architecture does not mean the use of immature new materials; the main thing is to refine materials in a more human direction. ~ Alvar Aalto
401:Princeton University's campus environment presents unique challenges and opportunities for architecture to act as a social condenser. ~ Steven Holl
402:Some authors regard morality in the same light as we regard modern architecture. Convenience is the first thing to be looked for. ~ Luc de Clapiers
403:I truly believe that the great heroes that create the history of architecture are people who take risks and write to tell about it. ~ Peter Eisenman
404:The purpose of architecture is to shelter and enhance man's life on earth and to fulfill his belief in the nobility of his existence. ~ Eero Saarinen
405:All architecture is great architecture after sunset; perhaps architecture is really a nocturnal art, like the art of fireworks. ~ Gilbert K Chesterton
406:This profession [photography] is deserving of attention and respect equal to that accorded painting, literature, music and architecture. ~ Ansel Adams
407:Why should architecture or objects of art in the machine age, just because they are made by machines, have to resemble machinery? ~ Frank Lloyd Wright
408:I'm somebody who likes codes and ciphers and chases and artwork and architecture, and all the things you find in a Robert Langdon thriller. ~ Dan Brown
409:The elms of New England! They are as much a part of her beauty as the columns of the Parthenon were the glory of its architecture. ~ Henry Ward Beecher
410:Art is very tricky because it's what you do for yourself. It's much harder for me to make those works than the monuments or the architecture. ~ Maya Lin
411:Churches have given us great treasures such as music and architecture. Whether that pays for the harm they have done is another matter. ~ Daniel Dennett
412:If music is frozen architecture, then the potpourri is frozen coffee-table gossip... Potpourri is the art of adding apples to pears. ~ Arnold Schoenberg
413:I'm a very tactile learner, so I need analog index cards, moving them all about, trying out various sequences for the book's architecture. ~ Joshua Mohr
414:Perhaps the CEO’s most important operational responsibility is designing and implementing the communication architecture for her company. ~ Ben Horowitz
415:What holds us back in life is the invisible architecture of fear. It keeps us in our comfort zones, which are, in truth, the least safe ~ Robin S Sharma
416:It seems a fantastic paradox, but it is nevertheless a most important truth, that no architecture can be truly noble which is not imperfect. ~ John Ruskin
417:Some things never change for Italians: their love of art, architecture, opera, pasta, and cutting people's balls off when they misbehave. ~ Louis Ferrante
418:..."vers libre," (free verse) or nine-tenths of it, is not a new metre any more than sleeping in a ditch is a new school of architecture. ~ G K Chesterton
419:I loved logic, math, computer programming. I loved systems and logic approaches. And so I just figured architecture is this perfect combination. ~ Maya Lin
420:The architecture profession has lost a lot of its integrity, especially in the USA. The general architect here has no scruples, no ambitions. ~ Helmut Jahn
421:The peace within and flowing from sacred spaces and architecture places is clothed in forgiveness, renunciation, and reconciliation. ~ Norris Brock Johnson
422:The problem of architecture as I see it is the problem of all art – the elimination of the human element from the consideration of the form. ~ Evelyn Waugh
423:The two elements the traveler first captures in the big city are extra human architecture and furious rhythm. Geometry and anguish. ~ Federico Garcia Lorca
424:Good architecture is necessary to give programs enough structure to be able to grow large without collapsing into a puddle of confusion. ~ Douglas Crockford
425:The purpose of architecture is to transmute the emptiness into space, that is into something which our minds can grasp as an organized unity. ~ El Lissitzky
426:Though who knows the architecture of the mind, and whether the arches that open upon discrete episodes are ordered in any way sequentialy? ~ Gregory Maguire
427:Architecture must have something that appeals to the human heart. Creative work is expressed in our time as a union of technology and humanity. ~ Kenzo Tange
428:Generally in our world, whether in architecture or almost anywhere else, we devalue the artist, and schools at whatever level shut people down. ~ Frank Gehry
429:I have people working together, doing different things: architecture, art installation, photography, publishing, and curatorial works and design. ~ Ai Weiwei
430:I never studied sculpture, engineering or architecture. In fact, after college I applied to seven art schools and was rejected by all seven. ~ Janet Echelman
431:I think all writing about art is in some way dancing to architecture. It's all about similitude, being analogous, metaphorical, adjectival, etc. ~ Rob Chapman
432:I would say that to put architecture in the chain of history, to be able to interpret and understand why we are where we are, is quite crucial. ~ Rafael Moneo
433:Spiritual space is lost in gaining convenience. I saw the need to create a mixture of Japanese spiritual culture and modern western architecture. ~ Tadao Ando
434:There are three forms of visual art: Painting is art to look at, sculpture is art you can walk around, and architecture is art you can walk through ~ Dan Rice
435:Architecture does not change anything. It's always on the side of the wealthy. The important thing is to believe that it can make life better. ~ Oscar Niemeyer
436:Forests were the first temples of the Divinity, and it is in the forests that men have grasped the first idea of architecture. ~ Francois Rene de Chateaubriand
437:In the Renaissance there wasn't a distinction. Bernini was an artist and he made architecture, and Michelangelo also did some great architecture. ~ Frank Gehry
438:That's why you go into architecture - at least I did - to do things for people. I think most of us are idealists. You start out that way, anyway. ~ Frank Gehry
439:Vitruvian Man. This ancient described the human figure as being the principal source of proportion within the Classical orders of architecture ~ Hourly History
440:Architecture which enters into a symbiosis with light does not merely create form in light, by day and at night, but allow light to become form. ~ Richard Meier
441:perhaps the boldest instance of a sudden change in almost every respect, whether of plan, elevation, or detail, which is known to architecture. ~ Lynn Thorndike
442:There are only four great arts: music, painting, sculpture, and ornamental pastry - architecture being the least banal derivative of the latter. ~ Edith Wharton
443:We have no sociology of architecture. Architects are unaccustomed to social analysis and mistrust it; sociologists have fatter fish to fry. ~ Denise Scott Brown
444:Architecture is art, but art vastly contaminated by many other things. Contaminated in the best sense of the word – fed, fertilised by many things. ~ Renzo Piano
445:Each museum is different - the collection is different, the context is different, the relationship between the art and architecture is different. ~ Richard Meier
446:It is very difficult to fix a poorly written application retroactively if it has a fundamentally flawed architecture from an efficiency perspective. ~ Ben Watson
447:Only in intimate communion with solitude may man find himself. Solitude is good company and my architecture is not for those who fear or shun it. ~ Luis Barragan
448:The capitol city of Angkor Kol Ker, the heart of the Khmer empire, held architecture the likes of which Europe would not see for half a century. ~ Robert Doherty
449:As scientists put it, the brain is plastic, or moldable. Yes, the actual physical architecture of the brain changes based on what happens to us. ~ Daniel J Siegel
450:I acquired an admiration for Japanese culture, art, and architecture, and learned of the existence of the game of GO, which I still play. ~ Philip Warren Anderson
451:If proportion is the good breeding of architecture, symmetry, or the answering of one part to another, may be defined as the sanity of decoration. ~ Edith Wharton
452:It snowed right before Jack stopped talking to Hazel, fluffy white flakes big enough to show their crystal architecture, like perfect geometric poems. ~ Anne Ursu
453:Any work of architecture that has with it some discussion, some polemic, I think is good. It shows that people are interested, people are involved. ~ Richard Meier
454:Architecture has recorded the great ideas of the human race. Not only every religious symbol, but every human thought has its page in that vast book. ~ Victor Hugo
455:Theater publicly reveals the human condition through appealing to both intellect and emotion. Architecture, whether lowly or exalted, can do the same. ~ Hugh Hardy
456:What do we mean when we ask what the point is? Reflection bakes no bread, but then neither does architecture, music, art, history, or literature. ~ Simon Blackburn
457:All architecture is shelter, all great architecture is the design of space that contains, cuddles, exalts, or stimulates the persons in that space. ~ Philip Johnson
458:Fashion, art, and architecture are all so tightly connected; I think the way to approach referencing these art works is by capturing the essence. ~ Roksanda Ilincic
459:I always look forward to the next project. That is one of the wonderful things about architecture - you always can hope for another project to design. ~ Cesar Pelli
460:in architecture, mediocrity is more glaringly obvious than in other lines - because there's a huge, physical object such as a building to demonstrate it. ~ Ayn Rand
461:When I started designing in school, I discovered that I had a knack for it. I fell completely in love with architecture, and I remain in love with it. ~ Cesar Pelli
462:Architecture is not all about the design of the building and nothing else, it is also about the cultural setting and the ambience, the whole affair. ~ Michael Graves
463:Concepts differentiate architecture from mere building...A bicycle shed with a concept is architecture; a cathedral without one is just a building. ~ Bernard Tschumi
464:He was of opinion that what we now vulgarly call the Gothick, ought properly and truly be named Saracenick Architecture refined by the Christians. ~ Christopher Wren
465:There are only four great arts: music, painting, sculpture, and ornamental pastry- architecture being perhaps the least banal derivative of the latter. ~ Julia Child
466:The very essence of architecture consists of a variety and development reminiscent of natural organic life. This is the only true style in architecture ~ Alvar Aalto
467:Architecture is a art when one consciously or unconsciously creates aesthetic emotion in the atmosphere and when this environment produces well being. ~ Luis Barragan
468:French architecture always manages to combine the most magnificent underlying themes of architecture; like Roman design, it looks to the community. ~ Stephen Gardiner
469:The building is a national tragedy - a cross between a concrete candy box and a marble sarcophagus in which the art of architecture lies buried. ~ Ada Louise Huxtable
470:Architecture should have little to do with problem solving - rather it should create desirable conditions and opportunities hitherto thought impossible. ~ Cedric Price
471:The fine arts are five in number, namely: painting, sculpture, poetry, music, and architecture, the principal branch of the latter being pastry. ~ Marie Antoine Careme
472:the most beautiful warrior, who has scar tissue designs coiled like railroad tracks over the rigorous architecture of his chest and shoulders and back. ~ Jennifer Egan
473:After writing all day I go for a walk and see a piece of architecture i want to photograph and i have to take a picture and later a poem comes in my mind. ~ Patti Smith
474:All architecture is what you do to it when you look upon it;
Did you think it was in the white or gray stone? or the lines of the arches and cornices? ~ Walt Whitman
475:Architecture is a political act, by nature. It has to do with the relationships between people and how they decide to change their conditions of living. ~ Lebbeus Woods
476:If architecture is, as is sometimes said, music set in concrete, then football and basketball may be said to be creativity embodied in team sports. ~ Michael Mandelbaum
477:I feel however, that we architects have a special duty and mission... (to contribute) to the socio-cultural development of architecture and urban planning ~ Kenzo Tange
478:I like it when people are driven. I love that in any field of work, in architecture or whatever. Like Lorne Michaels - he pays attention to every detail. ~ Fred Armisen
479:I am always surprised by how much little emphasis schools of architecture, and indeed, many architects, place on the process of the mating of a building. ~ Norman Foster
480:I love walking along Leiths waterfront and wandering around some of New Towns beautiful streets and squares, with their gorgeous Georgian architecture. ~ Dexter Fletcher
481:Remember the importance of small actions. They're the building blocks in the architecture of your life, the quiet victories you win for yourself each day. ~ Diane Dreher
482:What surprises me most in architecture, as in other techniques, is that a project has one life in its built state but another in its written or drawn state. ~ Aldo Rossi
483:Architecture can't force people to connect, it can only plan the crossing points, remove barriers, and make the meeting places useful and attractive. ~ Denise Scott Brown
484:In a society that celebrates the inessential, architecture can put up a resistance, counteract the waste of forms and meanings and speak its own language. ~ Peter Zumthor
485:The architect's role is to fight for a better world, where he can produce an architecture that serves everyone and not just a group of privileged people. ~ Oscar Niemeyer
486:Did not pleasure depend on an architecture of perspective—on contrast and delay, withholding and loss? Did not true enjoyment rely on facing the future? ~ Gordon Dahlquist
487:It is not an individual act, architecture. You have to consider your client. Only out of that can you produce great architecture. You cannot work in the abstract ~ I M Pei
488:I've always been interested in the idea of the artificial landscape. Reforming the landscape. Architecture being a method of reforming the earth's surface. ~ Lebbeus Woods
489:The Getty Museum & Library is a white monolith of modern architecture perched over one of the worst freeways in LA.  Accessible only by an electric tram, ~ Kate Danley
490:But after the time there I'd had it with fashion again, so I left to go to architecture school in a summer course at Harvard, which didn't last very long. ~ Stephen Sprouse
491:Did not pleasure depend on an architecture of perspective--on contrast and delay, withholding and loss? Did not true enjoyment rely in facing the future? ~ Gordon Dahlquist
492:I think architecture becomes interesting when it has a double character, that is, when it is as simple as possible but, at the same time as complex as possible ~ Tadao Ando
493:I think the future of architecture does not lie so much in continuing to fill up the landscape, as in bringing back life and order to our cities and towns. ~ Gottfried Bohm
494:What you newspaper and magazine writers, who work in rabbit time, don't understand is that the practice of architecture has to be measured in elephant time. ~ Eero Saarinen
495:You can just drift unhappily towards this vision of heaven on earth, and ultimately that is what architecture is a vision of: Heaven on earth, at it's best. ~ Ben Nicholson
496:A revolution which can transform modes of production but not types of speech, social relations but not styles of architecture, remains radically incomplete. ~ Terry Eagleton
497:From dawn on the sea was constructing its own architecture of hulks, masts and rigging, under the still sleep-blurred eyes of the men chained together in pairs. ~ Jean Genet
498:I wanted to be a pilot, but I was always drawing bodies. When I realised I wanted to pursue something creative, my parents pushed me towards architecture. ~ Hussein Chalayan
499:One of my favorite vacation places is Miami, because of the people, the water and the beach - of course - and the architecture on Miami Beach is so wonderful. ~ Oksana Baiul
500:Space has always been the spiritual dimension of architecture. It is not the physical statement of the structure so much as what it contains that moves us. ~ Arthur Erickson


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   3 Integral Theory
   2 Psychology
   2 Philsophy
   1 Alchemy

   21 Sri Aurobindo
   13 H P Lovecraft
   8 Nolini Kanta Gupta
   5 The Mother
   5 Satprem
   5 A B Purani
   4 Walt Whitman
   3 Pierre Teilhard de Chardin
   2 Ralph Waldo Emerson
   2 Jorge Luis Borges
   2 Jordan Peterson
   2 Friedrich Nietzsche

   13 Lovecraft - Poems
   7 Savitri
   5 Evening Talks With Sri Aurobindo
   4 Whitman - Poems
   4 The Secret Doctrine
   3 The Phenomenon of Man
   3 The Human Cycle
   3 Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 07
   2 Twilight of the Idols
   2 The Life Divine
   2 On the Way to Supermanhood
   2 Maps of Meaning
   2 Emerson - Poems
   2 Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 02

000 - Humans in Universe, #Synergetics - Explorations in the Geometry of Thinking, #R Buckminster Fuller, #Science
  compression and tension spars, sails, and rigging-replacing the trial-and-error
  guesswork that had previously been used in naval and land Architecture. This
  capability in mathematical multiplication and division opened up a whole new field

01.03 - The Yoga of the King The Yoga of the Souls Release, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  His dreamed magnificence of things to be.
  A crown of the Architecture of the worlds,
  A mystery of married Earth and Heaven

02.03 - The Glory and the Fall of Life, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  He saw the image of a happier state.
  In an Architecture of hieratic Space
  Circling and mounting towards creation's tops,

02.08 - The World of Falsehood, the Mother of Evil and the Sons of Darkness, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  Disharmonising the original style
  Of the Architecture of her fate's design,
  It falsified the primal cosmic Will

02.10 - The Kingdoms and Godheads of the Little Mind, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  It drew its concept-maps and vision-plans
  Too large for the Architecture of mortal Space.
  Beyond in wideness where no footing is,

03.02 - The Philosopher as an Artist and Philosophy as an Art, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 02, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   In the face of established opinion and tradition (and in the wake of the prophetic poet) I propose to demonstrate that Philosophy has as much claim to be called an art, as any other orthodox art, painting or sculpture or music or Architecture. I do not refer to the element of philosophyperhaps the very large element of philosophy that is imbedded and ingrained in every Art; I speak of Philosophy by itself as a distinct type of au thentic art. I mean that Philosophy is composed or created in the same way as any other art and the philosopher is moved and driven by the inspiration and impulsion of a genuine artist. Now, what is Art? Please do not be perturbed by the question. I am not trying to enter into the philosophy the metaphysicsof it, but only into the science the physicsof it. Whatever else it may be, the sine qua non, the minimum requisite of art is that it must be a thing of beauty, that is to say, it must possess a beautiful form. Even the Vedic Rishi says that the poet by his poetic power created a heavenly formkavi kavitva divi rpam asajat. As a matter of fact, a supreme beauty of form has often marked the very apex of artistic creation. Now, what does the Philosopher do? The sculptor hews beautiful forms out of marble, the poet fashions beautiful forms out of words, the musician shapes beautiful forms out of sounds. And the philosopher? The philosopher, I submit, builds beautiful forms out of thoughts and concepts. Thoughts and concepts are the raw materials out of which the artist philosopher creates mosaics and patterns and designs architectonic edifices. For what else are philosophic systems? A system means, above all, a form of beauty, symmetrical and harmonious, a unified whole, rounded and polished and firmly holding together. Even as in Art, truth, bare sheer truth is not the object of philosophical inquiry either. Has it not been considered sufficient for a truth to be philosophically true, if it is consistent, if it does not involve self-contradiction? The equation runs: Truth=Self-consistency; Error=Self-contradiction. To discover the absolute truth is not the philosopher's taskit is an ambitious enterprise as futile and as much of a my as the pursuit of absolute space, absolute time or absolute motion in Science. Philosophy has nothing more to doand nothing lessthan to evolve or build up a system, in other words, a self-consistent whole (of concepts, in this case). Art also does exactly the same thing. Self-contradiction means at bottom, want of harmony, balance, symmetry, unity, and self-consistency means the contrary of these things the two terms used by philosophy are only the logical formulation of an essentially aesthetic value.
   Take, for example, the philosophical system of Kant or of Hegel or of our own Shankara. What a beautiful edifice of thought each one has reared! How cogent and compact, organised and poised and finely modelled! Shankara's reminds me of a tower, strong and slender, mounting straight and tapering into a vanishing point among the clouds; it has the characteristic linear movement of Indian melody. On the otherhand, the march of the Kantian Critiques or of the Hegelian Dialectic has a broader base and involves a composite strain, a balancing of contraries, a blending of diverse notes: thereis something here of the amplitude and comprehensiveness of harmonic Architecture (without perhaps a corresponding degree of altitude).

03.09 - Buddhism and Hinduism, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 02, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   Varying the metaphor we may say again that Buddhism rises sheer in its monolithic structure, an Asokan pillar towering in its linear movement; Hinduism has its towers, but they are part of a vast Architecture, spread out on ample and chequered grounds-even like a temple city.

04.02 - The Growth of the Flame, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  Or caught into a body the Divine.
  The Architecture of the Infinite

06.02 - The Way of Fate and the Problem of Pain, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  It is an Architecture high and grand
  By many named and nameless masons built

07.42 - The Nature and Destiny of Art, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 03, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   In ancient times, in the great ages, in Greece, for example or even during the Italian Renaissance, particularly, however, in Greece and in Egypt, they erected buildings, constructed monuments for the sake of public utility. Their buildings were meant for the most part to be temples, sanctuaries to lodge their gods and deities. What they had in view was something total, whole and entire, beautiful and complete in itself. That was the purpose of Architecture embodying the harmony of sweeping and majestic lines: sculpture was a part of Architecture supplying details of expression and even painting came up to complete the expression: but the whole held together in a coordinated unity which was the monument itself. The sculpture was for the monument, the painting was for the monument; it was not that each was separate from the other and existed for itself and one did not know why it was there. In India, when a temple was being built, for example, what was aimed at was a total creation, all the parts combined to give effect to one end, to make a beautiful vesture for God, the one object of their adoration. All the great epochs of art were of this kind. But in modern times, in the latter part of the last century, Art' became a matter of business. A painting was done in order to be sold. You do your paintings, put each one in a frame and place them side by side or group them, that is, lump them together without much reason. The same with regard to sculpture. You make a statue and set it up anywhere without any connection whatsoever with the surroundings. It is always something foreign, extraneous in its setting, like a mushroom or a parasite. The thing in itself may not be quite ugly, but it is out of place, it is not part of an organic whole. We exhibit art today. Indeed, it is exhibitionism, it is the showing off of cleverness, talent, skill, virtuosity. A piece of Architecture does not incarnate a living force as it used to do once upon a time. It is no longer the expression of an aspiration, of something that uplifts the spirit nor the expression of the magnificence of the Divine whose dwelling it is meant to be. You build houses here and there pell-mell or somehow juxtaposed without any coordinating idea governing them, without any relation to the environment where they are situated. When you enter a house, it is the same thing. A bit of painting here, a bit of sculpture there, some objects of art in one corner, a few others in another. Yes, it is an exhibition, a museum, a kaleidoscopic collection. It gives a shock to the truly sensitive artistic taste.

10.04 - The Dream Twilight of the Earthly Real, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  But learn not what they are or why they came;
  These polities, Architectures of man's brain,
  That, bricked with evil and good, wall in man's spirit

1.01 - Adam Kadmon and the Evolution, #Preparing for the Miraculous, #George Van Vrekhem, #Integral Yoga
  shape of the Cosmic Man found expression in a distinc-
  tive approach to Architecture, sculpture, and literature. The
  purpose of all human creation was not only to preserve the

1.01 - Economy, #Walden, and On The Duty Of Civil Disobedience, #Henry David Thoreau, #Philosophy
  It would be worth the while to build still more deliberately than I did, considering, for instance, what foundation a door, a window, a cellar, a garret, have in the nature of man, and perchance never raising any superstructure until we found a better reason for it than our temporal necessities even. There is some of the same fitness in a mans building his own house that there is in a birds building its own nest. Who knows but if men constructed their dwellings with their own hands, and provided food for themselves and families simply and honestly enough, the poetic faculty would be universally developed, as birds universally sing when they are so engaged? But alas! we do like cowbirds and cuckoos, which lay their eggs in nests which other birds have built, and cheer no traveller with their chattering and unmusical notes. Shall we forever resign the pleasure of construction to the carpenter? What does Architecture amount to in the experience of the mass of men? I never in all my walks came across a man engaged in so simple and natural an occupation as building his house. We belong to the community. It is not the tailor alone who is the ninth part of a man; it is as much the preacher, and the merchant, and the farmer.
  True, there are architects so called in this country, and I have heard of one at least possessed with the idea of making architectural ornaments have a core of truth, a necessity, and hence a beauty, as if it were a revelation to him. All very well perhaps from his point of view, but only a little better than the common dilettantism. A sentimental reformer in Architecture, he began at the cornice, not at the foundation. It was only how to put a core of truth within the ornaments, that every sugar plum in fact might have an almond or caraway seed in it,though I hold that almonds are most wholesome without the sugar, and not how the inhabitant, the indweller, might build truly within and without, and let the ornaments take care of themselves. What reasonable man ever supposed that ornaments were something outward and in the skin merely,that the tortoise got his spotted shell, or the shellfish its mother-o-pearl tints, by such a contract as the inhabitants of Broadway their Trinity Church? But a man has no more to do with the style of Architecture of his house than a tortoise with that of its shell: nor need the soldier be so idle as to try to paint the precise color of his virtue on his standard. The enemy will find it out. He may turn pale when the trial comes. This man seemed to me to lean over the cornice, and timidly whisper his half truth to the rude occupants who really knew it better than he. What of architectural beauty I now see, I know has gradually grown from within outward, out of the necessities and character of the indweller, who is the only builder,out of some unconscious truthfulness, and nobleness, without ever a thought for the appearance and whatever additional beauty of this kind is destined to be produced will be preceded by a like unconscious beauty of life. The most interesting dwellings in this country, as the painter knows, are the most unpretending, humble log huts and cottages of the poor commonly; it is the life of the inhabitants whose shells they are, and not any peculiarity in their surfaces merely, which makes them _picturesque;_ and equally interesting will be the citizens suburban box, when his life shall be as simple and as agreeable to the imagination, and there is as little straining after effect in the style of his dwelling. A great proportion of architectural ornaments are literally hollow, and a September gale would strip them off, like borrowed plumes, without injury to the substantials. They can do without _ Architecture_ who have no olives nor wines in the cellar. What if an equal ado were made about the ornaments of style in literature, and the architects of our bibles spent as much time about their cornices as the architects of our churches do? So are made the _belles-lettres_ and the _beaux-arts_ and their professors.
  Much it concerns a man, forsooth, how a few sticks are slanted over him or under him, and what colors are daubed upon his box. It would signify somewhat, if, in any earnest sense, _he_ slanted them and daubed it; but the spirit having departed out of the tenant, it is of a piece with constructing his own coffin,the Architecture of the grave, and
  carpenter is but another name for coffin-maker. One man says, in his despair or indifference to life, take up a handful of the earth at your feet, and paint your house that color. Is he thinking of his last and narrow house? Toss up a copper for it as well. What an abundance of leisure he must have! Why do you take up a handful of dirt? Better paint your house your own complexion; let it turn pale or blush for you. An enterprise to improve the style of cottage Architecture! When you have got my ornaments ready I will wear them.
  I am wont to think that men are not so much the keepers of herds as herds are the keepers of men, the former are so much the freer. Men and oxen exchange work; but if we consider necessary work only, the oxen will be seen to have greatly the advantage, their farm is so much the larger. Man does some of his part of the exchange work in his six weeks of haying, and it is no boys play. Certainly no nation that lived simply in all respects, that is, no nation of philosophers, would commit so great a blunder as to use the labor of animals. True, there never was and is not likely soon to be a nation of philosophers, nor am
  I certain it is desirable that there should be. However, _I_ should never have broken a horse or bull and taken him to board for any work he might do for me, for fear I should become a horse-man or a herds-man merely; and if society seems to be the gainer by so doing, are we certain that what is one mans gain is not anothers loss, and that the stable-boy has equal cause with his master to be satisfied? Granted that some public works would not have been constructed without this aid, and let man share the glory of such with the ox and horse; does it follow that he could not have accomplished works yet more worthy of himself in that case? When men begin to do, not merely unnecessary or artistic, but luxurious and idle work, with their assistance, it is inevitable that a few do all the exchange work with the oxen, or, in other words, become the slaves of the strongest. Man thus not only works for the animal within him, but, for a symbol of this, he works for the animal without him. Though we have many substantial houses of brick or stone, the prosperity of the farmer is still measured by the degree to which the barn overshadows the house. This town is said to have the largest houses for oxen, cows, and horses hereabouts, and it is not behindh and in its public buildings; but there are very few halls for free worship or free speech in this county. It should not be by their Architecture, but why not even by their power of abstract thought, that nations should seek to commemorate themselves? How much more admirable the Bhagvat-Geeta than all the ruins of the East! Towers and temples are the luxury of princes. A simple and independent mind does not toil at the bidding of any prince. Genius is not a retainer to any emperor, nor is its material silver, or gold, or marble, except to a trifling extent. To what end, pray, is so much stone hammered? In
  Arcadia, when I was there, I did not see any hammering stone. Nations are possessed with an insane ambition to perpetuate the memory of themselves by the amount of hammered stone they leave. What if equal pains were taken to smooth and polish their manners? One piece of good sense would be more memorable than a monument as high as the moon. I love better to see stones in place. The grandeur of Thebes was a vulgar grandeur. More sensible is a rod of stone wall that bounds an honest mans field than a hundred-gated Thebes that has wandered farther from the true end of life. The religion and civilization which are barbaric and hea thenish build splendid temples; but what you might call

1.01 - The Cycle of Society, #The Human Cycle, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  The tendency of the conventional age of society is to fix, to arrange firmly, to formalise, to erect a system of rigid grades and hierarchies, to stereotype religion, to bind education and training to a traditional and unchangeable form, to subject thought to infallible authorities, to cast a stamp of finality on what seems to it the finished life of man. The conventional period of society has its golden age when the spirit and thought that inspired its forms are confined but yet living, not yet altoge ther walled in, not yet stifled to death and petrified by the growing hardness of the structure in which they are cased. That golden age is often very beautiful and attractive to the distant view of posterity by its precise order, symmetry, fine social Architecture, the admirable subordination of its parts to a general and noble plan. Thus at one time the modern litterateur, artist or thinker looked back often with admiration and with something like longing to the mediaeval age of Europe; he forgot in its distant appearance of poetry, nobility, spirituality the much folly, ignorance, iniquity, cruelty and oppression of those harsh ages, the suffering and revolt that simmered below these fine surfaces, the misery and squalor that was hidden behind that splendid faade. So too the Hindu orthodox idealist looks back to a perfectly regulated society devoutly obedient to the wise yoke of the Shastra, and that is his golden age,a nobler one than the European in which the apparent gold was mostly hard burnished copper with a thin gold-leaf covering it, but still of an alloyed metal, not the true Satya Yuga. In these conventional periods of society there is much indeed that is really fine and sound and helpful to human progress, but still they are its copper age and not the true golden; they are the age when the Truth we strive to arrive at is not realised, not accomplished,4 but the exiguity of it eked out or its full appearance imitated by an artistic form, and what we have of the reality has begun to fossilise and is doomed to be lost in a hard mass of rule and order and convention.

1.01 - The Ideal of the Karmayogin, #Essays In Philosophy And Yoga, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  NATION is building in India today before the eyes of the world so swiftly, so palpably that all can watch the process and those who have sympathy and intuition distinguish the forces at work, the materials in use, the lines of the divine Architecture. This nation is not a new race raw from the workshop of Nature or created by modern circumstances.

1.02 - The Three European Worlds, #The Ever-Present Origin, #unset, #Science
  1. The Unperspectival World
  The transformation of European sensitivity to, and comprehension of, the world is nowhere more clearly discernible than in painting and Architecture. Only our insight into this transformation can lead to a proper understanding of the nature and meaning of new styles and forms of expression.
  Man's lack of spatial awareness is attended by a lack of ego-consciousness, since in order to objectify and qualify space, a self-conscious "I" is required that is able to stand opposite or confront space, as well as to depict or represent it by projecting it out of his soul or psyche. In this light, Worringer's statements regarding the lack of all space consciousness in Egyptian art are perfectly valid: "Only in the rudimentary form of prehistorical space and cave magic does space have a role in Egyptian Architecture . . . . The Egyptians were neutral and indifferent toward space . . . . They were not even potentially aware of spatiality. Their experience was not trans-spatial but pre-spatial; . . . their culture of oasis cultivation was spaceless . . . . Their culture knew only spatial limitations and enclosures in Architecture but no inwardness or interiority as such. Just as their engraved reliefs lacked shadow depth, so too was their Architecture devoid of special depth. The third dimension, that is the actual dimension of life's tension and polarity, was experience not as a quality but as a mere quantity. How then was space, the moment of depth-seeking extent, to enter their awareness as an independent quality apart from all corporality? . . . The Egyptians lacked utterly any spatial consciousness."
  This has been indirectly confirmed by von Kaschnitz-Weinberg, who has documented two opposing yet complementary structural elements of ancient art as it emerged from the Megalithic (stone) age. The first, Dolmen Architecture, entered the Mediterranean region primarily from Northern and Western Europe and was especially influential on Greek Architecture. It is phallic in nature and survives in the column Architecture in Greece, as in the Par thenon. Space is visible here simply as diastyle or the intercolumnar space, whose structure is determined by the vertical posts and the horizontal lintels and corresponds to Euclidean cubic space.
  The second structural element in von Kaschnitz-Weinbergs view is the uterine character of Grotto Architecture that entered the Mediterranean area from the Orient (mainly from Iran) and survives in Roman dome Architecture, as in the Pantheon or the Baths. Here space is merely a vault, a Grotto-space corresponding to the powerful cosmological conception of the Oriental matriarchal religions for, which the world itself is nothing but a vast cavern. It is of interest that Plato, in his famous allegory, was the first to describe man in the process of leaving the cave.
  The two polar elements which made up the spaceless foundation of the ancient world were first united and creatively amalgamated in Christian ecclesiastical Architecture. (The symbolic content of these elements does not, as we will see later emphasize the sexual, but rather the psychical and mythical aspects.) Their amalgamation subsequently gives rise to the Son of Man; the duality of the column and tower, the vault and dome of Christian church Architecture made feasible for the first time the trinity represented by the son-as-man, the man who will create his own space.
  It is this same shape - the ellipse - which Michelangelo introduces into Architecture via his dome of St. Peters, which is elliptical and not round or suggestive of the cavern or vault.

1.03 - THE EARTH IN ITS EARLY STAGES, #The Phenomenon of Man, #Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, #Christianity
  But it is a world relatively poor in compounds, because of the
  narrow limit to the internal Architecture of its elements. Accord-
  ing to latest estimates, we have found only a few hundred silicates

1.04 - The Divine Mother - This Is She, #Twelve Years With Sri Aurobindo, #Nirodbaran, #Integral Yoga
  Take, for instance, the construction of Golconde. I am not going to enter into an elaborate description of its development. Considering that our resources in men and money were then limited, how such a magnificent building was erected is a wonder. An American architect with his Japanese and Czechoslovakian assistants foregathered. Old buildings were demolished, our sadhaks along with the paid workers laboured night and day and as if from a void, the spectacular mansion rose silently and slowly like a giant in the air. It is a story hardly believable for Pondicherry of those days. But my wonder was at the part the Mother played in it, not inwardly which is beyond my depth but in the daylight itself. She was in constant touch with the work through her chosen instruments. As many sadhaks as possible were pressed into service there; to anyone young or old asking for work, part time, whole time, her one cry: "Go to Golconde, go to Golconde." It was one of her daily topics with Sri Aurobindo who was kept informed of the difficulties, troubles innumerable, and at the same time, of the need of his force to surmount "them. Particularly when rain threatened to impede or spoil some important part of the work, she would invoke his special help: for instance, when the roof was to be built. How often we heard her praying to Sri Aurobindo, "Lord, there should be no rain now." Menacing clouds had mustered strong, stormy west winds blowing ominously, rain imminent, and torrential Pondicherry rain! We would look at the sky and speculate on the result of the fight between the Divine Force and the natural force. The Divine Force would of course win: slowly the Fury would leash her forces and withdraw into the cave. But as soon as the intended object was achieved, a deluge swept down as if in revenge. Sri Aurobindo observed that that was often the rule. During the harvesting season too, S.O.S. signals would come to Sri Aurobindo through the Mother to stop the rain. He would smile and do his work silently. If I have not seen any other miracle, I can vouch for this one repeated more than once. During the roof-construction, work had to go on all night long and the Mother would mobilise and marshal all the available Ashram hands and put them there. With what cheer and ardour our youth jumped into the fray at the call of the Mother, using often Sri Aurobindo's name to put more love and zeal into the strenuous enterprise! We felt the vibration of a tremendous energy driving, supporting, inspiring the entire collective body. This was how Golconde, an Ashram guest house, was built, one of the wonders of modern Architecture lavishly praised by many visitors. Let me quote the relevant portion of a letter from Sri Aurobindo, written in 1945 with regard to Golconde:

1.05 - Adam Kadmon, #A Garden of Pomegranates - An Outline of the Qabalah, #Israel Regardie, #Occultism
  Memory is the very stuff of consciousness itself. It is, to use a figure of speech, the mortar of the Architecture of the mind, that integrating faculty binding together all the various sensations and impressions. The Will is a colour- less principle moved by, and comparable to, desire. It is the power of the spiritual Self in action. In ordinary life it is not, as it should be, the servant of the man, but rules him with a rod of iron binding him to those very things from which he essays to escape.

1.05 - Ritam, #Vedic and Philological Studies, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  The second verse neither confirms as yet nor contradicts this initial suggestion. These three great gods, it says, are to the mortal as a multitude of arms which bring to him his desires & fill him with an abundant fullness and protect him from any who may will to do him hurt, rishah; fed with that fullness he grows until he is sarvah, complete in every part of his being(that is to say, if we admit the sense of a spiritual protection and a spiritual activity, in knowledge, in power, in joy, in mental, vital & bodily fullness)and by the efficacy of that protection he enjoys all this fullness & completeness unhurt. No part of it is maimed by the enemies of man, whose activities do him hurt, the Vritras, Atris, Vrikas, the Coverer on the heights, the devourer in the night, the tearer on the path.We may note in passing how important [it] is to render every Vedic word by its exact value; rish & dwish both mean enemy; but if we render them by one word, we lose the fine shade of meaning to which the poet himself calls our attention by the collocation pnti rishaharishta edhate. We see also the same care of style in the collocation sarva edhate, where, as it seems to me, it is clearly suggested that the completeness is the result of the prosperous growth, we have again the fine care & balance with which the causes pipratipnti are answered by the effects arishtahedhate. There is even a good literary reason of great subtlety & yet perfect force for the order of the words & the exact place of each word in the order. In this simple, easy & yet faultless balance & symmetry a great number of the Vedic hymns represent exactly in poetry the same spirit & style as the Greek temple or the Greek design in Architecture & painting. Nor can anyone who neglects to notice it & give full value to it, catch rightly, fully & with precision the sense of the Vedic writings.

1.05 - THE HOSTILE BROTHERS - ARCHETYPES OF RESPONSE TO THE UNKNOWN, #Maps of Meaning, #Jordan Peterson, #Psychology
  in order to make a new creation possible.462
  No discussion of the Architecture of belief can possibly be considered complete in the absence of
  reference to evil. Evil is no longer a popular word, so to speak the term is generally considered oldfashioned, not applicable in a society that has theoretically dispensed with its religious preoccupations.

1.09 - SKIRMISHES IN A WAY WITH THE AGE, #Twilight of the Idols, #Friedrich Nietzsche, #Philosophy
  pride, man's triumph over gravitation, man's will to power, assume
  a visible form. Architecture is a sort of oratory of power by means
  of forms. Now it is persuasive, even flattering, and at other times

1.10 - Aesthetic and Ethical Culture, #The Human Cycle, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  On the other hand, we are tempted to give the name of a full culture to all those periods and civilisations, whatever their defects, which have encouraged a freely human development and like ancient Athens have concentrated on thought and beauty and the delight of living. But there were in the Athenian development two distinct periods, one of art and beauty, the Athens of Phidias and Sophocles, and one of thought, the Athens of the philosophers. In the first period the sense of beauty and the need of freedom of life and the enjoyment of life are the determining forces. This Athens thought, but it thought in the terms of art and poetry, in figures of music and drama and Architecture and sculpture; it delighted in intellectual discussion, but not so much with any will to arrive at truth as for the pleasure of thinking and the beauty of ideas. It had its moral order, for without that no society can exist, but it had no true ethical impulse or ethical type, only a conventional and customary morality; and when it thought about ethics, it tended to express it in the terms of beauty, to kalon, to epieikes, the beautiful, the becoming. Its very religion was a religion of beauty and an occasion for pleasant ritual and festivals and for artistic creation, an aesthetic enjoyment touched with a superficial religious sense. But without character, without some kind of high or strong discipline there is no enduring power of life. Athens exhausted its vitality within one wonderful century which left it enervated, will-less, unable to succeed in the struggle of life, uncreative. It turned indeed for a time precisely to that which had been lacking to it, the serious pursuit of truth and the evolution of systems of ethical self-discipline; but it could only think, it could not successfully practise. The later Hellenic mind and Athenian centre of culture gave to Rome the great Stoic system of ethical discipline which saved her in the midst of the orgies of her first imperial century, but could not itself be stoical in its practice; for to Athens and to the characteristic temperament of Hellas, this thought was a straining to something it had not and could not have; it was the opposite of its nature and not its fulfilment.

1.10 - Harmony, #On the Way to Supermanhood, #Satprem, #Integral Yoga
  And the bubble grows. It takes in families, peoples, continents; it takes in every color, every wisdom, every truth, and envelops them. There is that breath of light, that note of beauty, the miracle of those few lines caught in Architecture or geometry, that instant of truth that heals and delivers, that lovely curve glimpsed in a flash which links that star to this destiny, this asymptote to that hyperbola, this man to that song, this gesture to that effect and more men come, men by the thousands, who come puffing and inflating the little bubble, creating pink and blue and everlasting religions, infallible salvations in the great bubble, summits of light that are the sum of their compounded little hopes, abysses of hell that are the sum of their cherished fears; who come adding this note and that idea, this grain of knowledge and that healing second, this conjunction and that curve, that moment of effectiveness beneath the dust of the myriads of galaxies, chromatic temples, devising unquestionable medicines under the great bubble, irreducible sciences, implacable geometries, charts of illness, charts of recovery, charts of destiny. And everything twists and turns as the doctor willed it under the great fateful Bubble, as the scientist willed it, as that moment of coincidence among the countless myriads of lines in the universe has decided it for the eternity of time. We have seized a minute of the world and made it into the huge amber light that blinds and suffocates us in the great mental bubble. And there is nothing of the kind not one single law, not one single illness, not one single medical or scientific dogma, not one single temple is true,, not one perpetual chart, not one single destiny under the stars there is a tremendous mental hypnotism, and behind, far, far behind, and yet right here, so much here, immediately here, something impregnable, unseizable by any snare, unrestricted by any law, invulnerable to every illness and every hypnotism, unsaved by our salvations, unsullied by our sins, unsullied by our virtues, free from every destiny and every chart, from every golden or black bubble a pure, infallible bird that can recreate the world in the twinkling of an eye. We change our look, and everything changes. Gone is the pretty bubble. It is here if we want.
  And the Rhythm, the great Rhythm, was scattered, broken up, pulverized to enter the heart of its world and make itself the size of the millipede or a little leaf quivering in the wind, to make itself understood by a brain, loved by a passerby. We have drawn from it syncopated music, multicolored pictures, joys, sorrows, since we could no longer contain its whole, unbroken flow. We have made it into equations, poems, Architecture; we have trapped it in our machines, locked it in an amulet or a thought, since we could no longer bear the pressure of its great direct flow. And we have made dungeons, hells, which were the absence of that rhythm, the lack of a lungful of eternal air, the suffocation of a little man who believes only in his suffering, only in the push buttons of his machine and the walls of his intelligence. We have graphed, multiplied, broken down, atomized to infinity; and we could no longer make out or understand anything, since we had lost the one little breath of the great breath, the one little sign of the great Direction, the little note that loves and understands all. And since we had closed everything around us, locked ourselves in a shell, armor-plated ourselves in our thinking logic, equipped ourselves with irrefutable helmets and antennas, we have declared that that Harmony, that Rhythm, did not exist, that it was far, far above, the paradise of our virtues, the crackling of our little antennas, the dream of a collective unconscious, the product of the evolved earthworm, the meeting of two enamored molecules like the savage of old who used to cut up the unknown lands, we have cut up space and time, thrown back into another geography the Ganges and El Dorados we have not yet crossed, the pretty fords of that little river. But that Ganges and that El Dorado are here, as well as many other marvels, many other currents of the great Current. All is here, under our feet, if we will only open the little shell and stop putting off until heaven or doomsday what sings in each minute of time and each pebble of space.

1.13 - And Then?, #On the Way to Supermanhood, #Satprem, #Integral Yoga
  The superman has lost his small self, lost his small ideas of family and country, good and evil he has in effect no more ideas, or has them all, exactly when needed. And when one comes, it is carried out, very simply, because its time and moment have come. For him, ideas and feelings are simply the imperative translation of a movement of force a will-idea or force-idea which is expressed here by this gesture, there by that action or plan, this poem, that Architecture or cantata. But it is one and the same Force in different languages pictorial, musical, material or economic. He is tuned in to the Rhythm, and he translates according to his particular talent and place in the whole. He is a translator of the Rhythm.

1.14 - The Structure and Dynamics of the Self, #Aion, #Carl Jung, #Psychology
  "stone that has a spirit," 48 in modern parlance the most elemen-
  tary building-stone in the Architecture of matter, the atom,
  which is an intellectual model. The alchemists describe the

1.14 - The Suprarational Beauty, #The Human Cycle, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  This is especially evident in the two realms which in the ordinary scale of our powers stand nearest to the reason and on either side of it, the aesthetic and the ethical being, the search for Beauty and the search for Good. Mans seeking after beauty reaches its most intense and satisfying expression in the great creative arts, poetry, painting, sculpture, Architecture, but in its full extension there is no activity of his nature or his life from which it need or ought to be excluded,provided we understand beauty both in its widest and its truest sense. A complete and universal appreciation of beauty and the making entirely beautiful our whole life and being must surely be a necessary character of the perfect individual and the perfect society. But in its origin this seeking for beauty is not rational; it springs from the roots of our life, it is an instinct and an impulse, an instinct of aesthetic satisfaction and an impulse of aesthetic creation and enjoyment. Starting from the infrarational parts of our being, this instinct and impulse begin with much imperfection and impurity and with great crudities both in creation and in appreciation. It is here that the reason comes in to distinguish, to enlighten, to correct, to point out the deficiencies and the crudities, to lay down laws of aesthetics and to purify our appreciation and our creation by improved taste and right knowledge. While we are thus striving to learn and correct ourselves, it may seem to be the true law-giver both for the artist and the admirer and, though not the creator of our aesthetic instinct and impulse, yet the creator in us of an aesthetic conscience and its vigilant judge and guide. That which was an obscure and erratic activity, it makes self-conscious and rationally discriminative in its work and enjoyment.

1.24 - RITUAL, SYMBOL, SACRAMENT, #The Perennial Philosophy, #Aldous Huxley, #Philosophy
  But for all their inadequacy and their radical unlikeness to the facts to which they refer, words remain the most reliable and accurate of our symbols. Whenever we want to have a precise report of facts or ideas, we must resort to words. A ceremony, a carved or painted image, may convey more meanings and overtones of meaning in a smaller compass and with greater vividness than can a verbal formula; but it is liable to convey them in a form that is much more vague and indefinite. One often meets, in modern literature, with the notion that mediaeval churches were the architectural, sculptural and pictorial equivalents of a theological summa, and that mediaeval worshippers who admired the works of art around them were thereby enlightened on the subject of doctrine. This view was evidently not shared by the more earnest churchmen of the Middle Ages. Coulton cites the utterances of preachers who complained that congregations were getting entirely false ideas of Catholicism by looking at the pictures in the churches instead of listening to sermons. (Similarly, in our own day the Catholic Indians of Central America have evolved the wildest heresies by brooding on the carved and painted symbols with which the Conquistadors filled their churches.) St. Bernards objection to the richness of Cluniac Architecture, sculpture and ceremonial was motivated by intellectual as well as strictly moral considerations. So great and marvellous a variety of divers forms meets the eye that one is tempted to read in the marbles rather than in the books, to pass the whole day looking at these carvings one after another rather than in meditating on the law of God. It is in imageless contemplation that the soul comes to the unitive knowledge of Reality; consequently, for those who, like St. Bernard and his Cistercians, are really concerned to achieve mans final end, the fewer distracting symbols the better.

1929-07-28 - Art and Yoga - Art and life - Music, dance - World of Harmony, #Questions And Answers 1929-1931, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
  This was the avowed function of Art in the Middle Ages. The primitive painters, the builders of cathedrals in Mediaeval Europe had no other conception of art. In India all her Architecture, her sculpture, her painting have proceeded from this source and were inspired by this ideal. The songs of Mirabai and the music of Thyagaraja, the poetic literature built up by her devotees, saints and Rishis rank among the worlds greatest artistic possessions.
  Why not? The Mahabharata and Ramayana are certainly not inferior to anything created by Shakespeare or any other poet, and they are said to have been the work of men who were Rishis and had done Yogic tapasy. The Gita which, like the Upanishads, ranks at once among the greatest literary and the greatest spiritual works, was not written by one who had no experience of Yoga. And where is the inferiority to your Milton and Shelley in the famous poems written whether in India or Persia or elsewhere by men known to be saints, Sufis, devotees? And, then, do you know all the Yogis and their work? Among the poets and creators can you say who were or who were not in conscious touch with the Divine? There are some who are not officially Yogis, they are not gurus and have no disciples; the world does not know what they do; they are not anxious for fame and do not attract to themselves the attention of men; but they have the higher consciousness, are in touch with a Divine Power, and when they create they create from there. The best paintings in India and much of the best statuary and Architecture were done by Buddhist monks who passed their lives in spiritual contemplation and practice; they did supreme artistic work, but did not care to leave their names to posterity. The chief reason why Yogis are not usually known by their art is that they do not consider their art-expression as the most important part of their life and do not put so much time and energy into it as a mere artist. And what they do does not always reach the public. How many there are who have done great things and not published them to the world!
  True art is a whole and an ensemble; it is one and of one piece with life. You see something of this intimate wholeness in ancient Greece and ancient Egypt; for there pictures and statues and all objects of art were made and arranged as part of the architectural plan of a building, each detail a portion of the whole. It is like that in Japan, or at least it was so till the other day before the invasion of a utilitarian and practical modernism. A Japanese house is a wonderful artistic whole; always the right thing is there in the right place, nothing wrongly set, nothing too much, nothing too little. Everything is just as it needed to be, and the house itself blends marvellously with the surrounding nature. In India, too, painting and sculpture and Architecture were one integral beauty, one single movement of adoration of the Divine.

1953-10-28, #Questions And Answers 1953, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
   True art is a whole and an ensemble; it is one and of one piece with life. You see something of this intimate wholeness in ancient Greece and ancient Egypt; for there pictures and statues and all objects of art were made and arranged as part of the architectural plan of a building, each detail a portion of the whole. It is like that in Japan, or at least it was so till the other day before the invasion of a utilitarian and practical modernism. A Japanese house is a wonderful artistic whole; always the right thing is there in the right place, nothing wrongly set, nothing too much, nothing too little. Everything is just as it needed to be, and the house itself blends marvellously with the surrounding nature. In India, too, painting and sculpture and Architecture were one integral beauty, one single movement of adoration of the Divine.
   I dont know, I thought I went into great detail. But I have said enough about it for those who know. In the old days, I mean in the artistic ages, as for instance in Greece or even during the Italian renaissance (but much more in Greece and Egypt), buildings were made for public utility. Mostly too, in Greece and Egypt, a kind of sanctuary was built to house their gods. Well, what they tried to do was something total, beautiful in itself, complete. And in that they used Architecture, that is to say, the sense of harmony of lines, and sculpture to add to Architecture the detail of expression, and painting to complete this expression, but all this was held in a coordinated unity which was the created monument. The sculpture formed a part of the building, the painting was a part of the building. These were not things apart, just put there one knew not whythey belonged to the general plan. And so, when these people made a temple, for example, it was a whole wherein were found almost all the manifestations of art, united in a single will to express the beauty they wished to express, that is, a garment for the god they wished to adore. All the beautiful periods of art were of this kind. But precisely, these days, though not quite recentlyat the end of the last century, art became commercial, mercenary, and pictures were made to be sold; they were painted on canvas, a frame was put and then, without any definite reason, a picture was put here or another there, or else some sculpture was made representing one thing or another, and it was put no matter where. It had nothing to do with the house in which it was placed. It did not fit in. Things could be beautiful in themselves but they had no meaning. It was not a whole having cohesion and attempting to express something: it was an exhibition of talent, cleverness, the ability to make a picture or a statue. So too the Architecture of those days, it had no precise meaning. One did not build with the idea of expressing the force one wanted to incarnate in that building; the Architecture was not the expression of an aspiration or of something that uplifts your spirit or the expression of the magnificence of the godhead one wanted to house. They were nothing else but mushrooms. They put up a house here, a house there, made this and that, pictures, statues, objects of all kinds. So, on entering a house one saw, as I have just told you, a bit of sculpture here, a bit of painting there, show-cases with a heap of bizarre objects having no connection with one another. And wherefore all this? To make a sort of exhibition, a show of art-objects which had nothing to do with art and beauty! But thatone must understand the deep meaning of art to feel to what an extent this was shocking. Otherwise, when one is accustomed to it, when one has lived in that period and that milieu, it seems quite natural but it is not natural. It is a commercial deformation.


--- Overview of noun architecture

The noun architecture has 4 senses (first 3 from tagged texts)
1. (3) architecture ::: (an architectural product or work)
2. (1) architecture ::: (the discipline dealing with the principles of design and construction and ornamentation of fine buildings; "architecture and eloquence are mixed arts whose end is sometimes beauty and sometimes use")
3. (1) architecture ::: (the profession of designing buildings and environments with consideration for their esthetic effect)
4. computer architecture, architecture ::: ((computer science) the structure and organization of a computer's hardware or system software; "the architecture of a computer's system software")

--- Synonyms/Hypernyms (Ordered by Estimated Frequency) of noun architecture

4 senses of architecture                        

Sense 1
   => building, edifice
     => structure, construction
       => artifact, artefact
         => whole, unit
           => object, physical object
             => physical entity
               => entity

Sense 2
   => discipline, subject, subject area, subject field, field, field of study, study, bailiwick
     => knowledge domain, knowledge base, domain
       => content, cognitive content, mental object
         => cognition, knowledge, noesis
           => psychological feature
             => abstraction, abstract entity
               => entity
   => fine arts, beaux arts
     => humanistic discipline, humanities, liberal arts, arts
       => discipline, subject, subject area, subject field, field, field of study, study, bailiwick
         => knowledge domain, knowledge base, domain
           => content, cognitive content, mental object
             => cognition, knowledge, noesis
               => psychological feature
                 => abstraction, abstract entity
                   => entity

Sense 3
   => profession
     => occupation, business, job, line of work, line
       => activity
         => act, deed, human action, human activity
           => event
             => psychological feature
               => abstraction, abstract entity
                 => entity

Sense 4
computer architecture, architecture
   => structure
     => constitution, composition, physical composition, makeup, make-up
       => property
         => attribute
           => abstraction, abstract entity
             => entity

--- Hyponyms of noun architecture

2 of 4 senses of architecture                    

Sense 2
   => landscape architecture
   => urban planning
   => interior design

Sense 4
computer architecture, architecture
   => complex instruction set computing, complex instruction set computer, CISC
   => reduced instruction set computing, reduced instruction set computer, RISC

--- Synonyms/Hypernyms (Ordered by Estimated Frequency) of noun architecture

4 senses of architecture                        

Sense 1
   => building, edifice

Sense 2
   => discipline, subject, subject area, subject field, field, field of study, study, bailiwick
   => fine arts, beaux arts

Sense 3
   => profession

Sense 4
computer architecture, architecture
   => structure

--- Coordinate Terms (sisters) of noun architecture

4 senses of architecture                        

Sense 1
  -> building, edifice
   => abattoir, butchery, shambles, slaughterhouse
   => apartment building, apartment house
   => architecture
   => aviary, bird sanctuary, volary
   => bathhouse, bathing machine
   => bowling alley
   => center, centre
   => chapterhouse
   => clubhouse, club
   => dormitory, dorm, residence hall, hall, student residence
   => farm building
   => feedlot
   => firetrap
   => gambling house, gambling den, gambling hell, gaming house
   => gazebo, summerhouse
   => government building
   => greenhouse, nursery, glasshouse
   => hall
   => hall
   => Hall of Fame
   => hotel
   => hotel-casino, casino-hotel
   => house
   => house
   HAS INSTANCE=> Independence Hall
   => library
   => medical building, health facility, healthcare facility
   => ministry
   => morgue, mortuary, dead room
   => observatory
   => office building, office block
   => opium den
   => outbuilding
   => packinghouse
   => place of worship, house of prayer, house of God, house of worship
   => planetarium
   => presbytery
   => restaurant, eating house, eating place, eatery
   => rest house
   => rink, skating rink
   => Roman building
   => rotunda
   => ruin
   => school, schoolhouse
   => shooting gallery
   => signal box, signal tower
   => skyscraper
   => student union
   => tavern, tap house
   => telecom hotel, telco building
   => temple
   => theater, theatre, house
   => whorehouse, brothel, bordello, bagnio, house of prostitution, house of ill repute, bawdyhouse, cathouse, sporting house
   HAS INSTANCE=> Houses of Parliament

Sense 2
  -> discipline, subject, subject area, subject field, field, field of study, study, bailiwick
   => occultism
   => communications, communication theory
   => major
   => frontier
   => genealogy
   => allometry
   => bibliotics
   => ology
   => science, scientific discipline
   => architecture
   => engineering, engineering science, applied science, technology
   => futurology, futuristics
   => humanistic discipline, humanities, liberal arts, arts
   => theology, divinity
   => military science
   => escapology
   => graphology
   => numerology
   => protology
   => theogony
  -> fine arts, beaux arts
   => painting
   => sculpture, carving
   => architecture

Sense 3
  -> profession
   => learned profession
   => literature
   => architecture
   => education
   => journalism
   => politics
   => technology, engineering

Sense 4
computer architecture, architecture
  -> structure
   => infrastructure, substructure
   => computer architecture, architecture
   => cytoarchitecture, cytoarchitectonics
   => framework, fabric

--- Grep of noun architecture
bachelor of science in architecture
byzantine architecture
classical architecture
computer architecture
english-gothic architecture
gothic architecture
greco-roman architecture
greek architecture
landscape architecture
master of architecture
moorish architecture
network architecture
norman architecture
roman architecture
romanesque architecture
style of architecture
tudor architecture
type of architecture
victorian architecture

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Wikipedia - Baroque Revival architecture -- Architectural movement
Wikipedia - Basilica -- Type of building in classical and church architecture
Wikipedia - Batak architecture -- Architectural traditions and designs of the various Batak peoples of North Sumatra, Indonesia
Wikipedia - Bay (architecture) -- Architectural space between elements
Wikipedia - BDP Quadrangle (architecture firm) -- Canadian architecture and interior design firm
Wikipedia - Beaux-Arts architecture -- Expresses the academic neoclassical architectural style
Wikipedia - Bedesten -- Type of commercial structure in Ottoman architecture
Wikipedia - Benoy -- UK architecture firm
Wikipedia - Bibliography of Danish architecture
Wikipedia - Bibliography of encyclopedias: architecture and architects -- Wikipedia bibliography
Wikipedia - Bionic architecture -- Contemporary architetonic movement
Wikipedia - Bit-serial architecture
Wikipedia - BLDGBLOG -- Architecture blog authored by futurist Geoff Manaugh
Wikipedia - Bonnell (microarchitecture)
Wikipedia - Bremen City Hall -- Historical building, instance of Brick Gothic and Weser Renaissance architecture
Wikipedia - British megalith architecture
Wikipedia - Broadcast Driver Architecture
Wikipedia - Broadwell (microarchitecture)
Wikipedia - Brutalist architecture -- 20th century style of architecture
Wikipedia - Buddhist architecture
Wikipedia - Buildings and architecture of Bristol -- -- Buildings and architecture of Bristol --
Wikipedia - Business architecture
Wikipedia - Business-oriented architecture
Wikipedia - Byzantine architecture -- Architectural style
Wikipedia - Cache-only memory architecture
Wikipedia - Caisson (Asian architecture)
Wikipedia - Call gate (Intel) -- A mechanism in Intel's x86 architecture for changing the privilege level
Wikipedia - Canadian Centre for Architecture -- Architecture museum and research centre in Quebec, Canada
Wikipedia - Candi bentar -- Type of gate in Indonesian architecture
Wikipedia - CannonDesign -- American architecture firm
Wikipedia - Cannon Lake (microarchitecture) -- Intel processor family
Wikipedia - Cape Dutch architecture -- A traditional Afrikaner architectural style found mostly in the Western Cape of South Africa
Wikipedia - Carbuncle Cup -- Annual architecture prize given to the ugliest building in the United Kingdom
Wikipedia - Carl August Benjamin Siegel -- German architecture professor and chief of works
Wikipedia - Cascade Lake (microarchitecture) -- Intel processor family
Wikipedia - Category:21st-century architecture
Wikipedia - Category:21st-century BC architecture
Wikipedia - Category:Architecture description language
Wikipedia - Category:Architecture lists
Wikipedia - Category:ARM architecture
Wikipedia - Category:Cognitive architecture
Wikipedia - Category:Computer architecture statements
Wikipedia - Category:Computer architecture
Wikipedia - Category:Distributed computing architecture
Wikipedia - Category:East Asian architecture
Wikipedia - Category:Enterprise architecture frameworks
Wikipedia - Category:Enterprise architecture
Wikipedia - Category:Information architecture
Wikipedia - Category:Instruction set architectures
Wikipedia - Category:Intel microarchitectures
Wikipedia - Category:Italian architecture writers
Wikipedia - Category:Network architecture
Wikipedia - Category:Software architecture
Wikipedia - Catherine de' Medici's building projects -- Architecture under Catherine's patronage
Wikipedia - Cellular architecture
Wikipedia - Center of Contemporary Architecture -- Russian cultural non-governmental organization
Wikipedia - Centraalstaal -- Dutch architecture and shipbuilding company
Wikipedia - Chhatri -- Elevated, dome-shaped pavilions in Indian architecture
Wikipedia - Chicago Athenaeum -- Museum of architecture and design in Galena, Illinois, USA
Wikipedia - Chilotan architecture -- Architectural style
Wikipedia - Chinese architecture -- Style of architecture
Wikipedia - Chinese temple architecture -- Chinese religious temple
Wikipedia - Choice architecture
Wikipedia - Choir (architecture) -- Area of a church or cathedral
Wikipedia - Chola art and architecture -- Art from the period of the imperial Cholas (c. 850 CE - 1250 CE) in South India
Wikipedia - Church architecture
Wikipedia - Churrigueresque -- Baroque architecture style in Spain
Wikipedia - Ciborium (architecture) -- Canopy or covering that covers the altar in a church
Wikipedia - CLARION (cognitive architecture)
Wikipedia - Classical architecture -- Architectural style
Wikipedia - Classical order -- Styles of classical architecture, most readily recognizable by the type of column employed
Wikipedia - Claus Bech-Danielsen -- Danish architecture professor
Wikipedia - Clinical Document Architecture -- XML standard for clinical documents
Wikipedia - Clipper architecture
Wikipedia - Cognitive architectures
Wikipedia - Cognitive architecture
Wikipedia - COLA (software architecture)
Wikipedia - Colonial Revival architecture
Wikipedia - Comet Lake (microprocessor) -- Intel processor microarchitecture
Wikipedia - Common Object Request Broker Architecture
Wikipedia - Comparison of CPU architectures
Wikipedia - Comparison of instruction set architectures
Wikipedia - Competency architecture -- Framework of skills used in competency-based learning
Wikipedia - Computer architecture simulator
Wikipedia - Computer Architecture
Wikipedia - Computer architecture -- Set of rules and methods that describe the functionality, organization, and implementation of computer systems
Wikipedia - Conceptual architecture
Wikipedia - Congres Internationaux d'Architecture Moderne -- Modern architecture movement organization
Wikipedia - Consolidated Clinical Document Architecture -- XML standard for clinical documents
Wikipedia - Constructivist architecture -- Form of modern architecture that flourished in the Soviet Union in the 1920s and early 1930s
Wikipedia - Contemporary architecture -- Broad range of styles of recently built structures
Wikipedia - Contextual architecture -- Type of architecture
Wikipedia - Cooper Lake (microarchitecture)
Wikipedia - Cope and Stewardson -- American architecture firm
Wikipedia - Coping (architecture) -- Covering for the top of a wall
Wikipedia - Coptic architecture
Wikipedia - Core architecture data model
Wikipedia - Core (microarchitecture)
Wikipedia - Corinthian order -- Latest of the three principal classical orders of ancient Greek and Roman architecture
Wikipedia - Cornell University College of Architecture, Art, and Planning
Wikipedia - Critical regionalism -- Approach to architecture
Wikipedia - Crossing (architecture)
Wikipedia - CTCF -- Transcription factor for transcriptional regulation, insulator activity, and regulation of chromatin architecture
Wikipedia - Curjel and Moser -- German architecture company
Wikipedia - Curtain wall (architecture) -- Outer non-structural walls of a building
Wikipedia - Cytoarchitecture
Wikipedia - Czech architecture
Wikipedia - Daihatsu New Global Architecture -- Automobile platform made by Daihatsu
Wikipedia - Darwin Information Typing Architecture
Wikipedia - Data Architecture
Wikipedia - Data architecture
Wikipedia - Database-centric architecture
Wikipedia - Dataflow architecture
Wikipedia - Data Presentation Architecture
Wikipedia - Data presentation architecture
Wikipedia - De architectura -- Treatise on architecture by Vitruvius
Wikipedia - Delugan Meissl Associated Architects -- Austrian architecture firm
Wikipedia - Densmore and LeClear -- Architecture firm in Boston, Massachusetts
Wikipedia - Dezeen -- Architecture and design website
Wikipedia - Diana Kleiner -- Historian of art and architecture
Wikipedia - Diane Brand -- New Zealand architecture academic
Wikipedia - Diane Pearson (landscape architect) -- New Zealand landscape architecture academic
Wikipedia - Differentiable neural computer -- Artificial neural network architecture
Wikipedia - Differentiated services -- Networking architecture for prioritizing traffic
Wikipedia - Digital architecture
Wikipedia - DIGITAL Network Architecture
Wikipedia - Disciplinary architecture
Wikipedia - Distributed architecture
Wikipedia - Distributed Data Management Architecture
Wikipedia - Divan (Mughal architecture) -- Two types of palatial buildings in Indian courts
Wikipedia - Dora Epstein-Jones -- Historian of architecture
Wikipedia - Doric order -- Order of ancient Greek and Roman architecture
Wikipedia - DP Architects -- Architecture and urban design practice in Singapore
Wikipedia - Draft:Adrian Cockcroft -- Cloud architecture
Wikipedia - Draft:Advanced Matrix Extensions -- Extensions to the x86 instruction set architecture for microprocessors from Intel and AMD
Wikipedia - DUAL (cognitive architecture)
Wikipedia - Dzong architecture
Wikipedia - Eames & Young -- American architecture firm
Wikipedia - Early Christian art and architecture
Wikipedia - Earthquake Baroque -- Baroque architecture in the Philippines intended to resist earthquakes.
Wikipedia - East Asian hip-and-gable roof -- Type of roof in East Asian architecture
Wikipedia - Eastern Orthodox church architecture
Wikipedia - Eckert architecture
Wikipedia - Eclecticism in architecture -- Architectural style
Wikipedia - Egyptian Revival architecture -- Architectural style
Wikipedia - Eleonora Bergman -- Polish architecture historian
Wikipedia - Elizabeth Farrelly -- New Zealand-Australian architecture critic and writer
Wikipedia - Endless House -- Work of conceptual architecture by Frederick Kiesler
Wikipedia - English Gothic architecture -- Architectural style in Britain
Wikipedia - Enterprise Architecture Framework
Wikipedia - Enterprise Architecture framework
Wikipedia - Enterprise architecture framework
Wikipedia - Enterprise Architecture Planning
Wikipedia - Enterprise architecture planning
Wikipedia - Enterprise Architecture Process
Wikipedia - Enterprise architectures
Wikipedia - Enterprise Architecture
Wikipedia - Enterprise architecture
Wikipedia - Enterprise information security architecture
Wikipedia - Enterprise service bus -- Communication system in a service-oriented architecture
Wikipedia - Ernest Binfield Havell -- British art historian specializing in Indian art and architecture (1861-1934)
Wikipedia - Escola da Cidade -- Private architecture school in Brazil
Wikipedia - Etruscan architecture -- Architecture of the Etruscan civilization
Wikipedia - European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture -- Architecture prize
Wikipedia - Event-driven architecture
Wikipedia - Exhibit Columbus -- Annual exploration of architecture, art, design, and community in Columbus, Indiana
Wikipedia - Explicitly parallel instruction computing -- Instruction set architecture
Wikipedia - Expressionist architecture -- Architectural style
Wikipedia - Extensible Name Service -- An XML-based digital identity architecture
Wikipedia - Extensible Text Framework -- Architecture for indexing, searching, and displaying digital objects
Wikipedia - Farrells -- British architecture firm
Wikipedia - Fascist architecture -- Architectural style
Wikipedia - Fatimid architecture
Wikipedia - Fatimid art -- Arab artifacts and architecture from the Fatimid Caliphate (909-1171)
Wikipedia - Federal architecture -- Architectural style in the USA
Wikipedia - Federal Enterprise Architecture Framework
Wikipedia - Federal Enterprise Architecture
Wikipedia - Federal enterprise architecture
Wikipedia - Feminism and modern architecture
Wikipedia - Fina (architecture) -- Narrow public space immediately alongside buildings
Wikipedia - Finding Lost Space: Theories of Urban Design -- Architecture book by Roger Trancik
Wikipedia - First Period -- American colonial architecture and design time period (1626 - 1725)
Wikipedia - Fishbowl (secure phone) -- Mobile phone architecture
Wikipedia - Fiske & Meginnis -- American architecture firm
Wikipedia - FLAGS register -- Status register of x86 architecture
Wikipedia - Flamboyant -- Florid style of late Gothic architecture
Wikipedia - Flynn's taxonomy -- Classification of computer architectures
Wikipedia - FORR -- Type of cognitive architecture
Wikipedia - Fountain -- Architecture which pours water into a basin or jets it into the air
Wikipedia - Francesco Borromini -- Italian architect and leading figure in Roman Baroque architecture
Wikipedia - Francesco Dal Co -- Italian historian of architecture
Wikipedia - French architecture -- Overview of the architecture in France
Wikipedia - French Renaissance architecture -- Style of French architecture
Wikipedia - French Romanesque architecture
Wikipedia - Friedrich Achleitner -- Austrian poet and architecture critic
Wikipedia - Functionalism (architecture) -- Principle which defines a type of architecture
Wikipedia - Functional Programming Languages and Computer Architecture
Wikipedia - Functional Software Architecture
Wikipedia - Future Imagery Architecture -- American spy satellite program
Wikipedia - Futurist architecture -- Architectural style
Wikipedia - Galilee (church architecture)
Wikipedia - Gates of Hausa kingdoms -- Hausa architecture
Wikipedia - Gavaksha -- Motif centred on an arch in Indian rock-cut architecture
Wikipedia - General Architecture for Text Engineering
Wikipedia - Generalised Enterprise Reference Architecture and Methodology
Wikipedia - Genetic architecture
Wikipedia - Georgian architecture -- Architectural styles current in the English-speaking world between c. 1714 and 1830
Wikipedia - Gh3* -- Canadian Architecture firm
Wikipedia - Gingerbread (architecture) -- Architectural style from Haiti
Wikipedia - Girih -- Geometric patterns in Islamic architecture etc.
Wikipedia - Glossary of architecture -- List of definitions of terms and concepts used in architecture
Wikipedia - Gongbei (Islamic architecture)
Wikipedia - Googie architecture -- Form of post-modern architecture style, a subdivision of futurist architecture
Wikipedia - Gothic architecture -- Architectural style of Medieval Europe
Wikipedia - Gothic Revival architecture -- Architectural movement
Wikipedia - Gracemont (microarchitecture)
Wikipedia - Greek architecture
Wikipedia - Greek Revival architecture
Wikipedia - Grotesque (architecture) -- Fantastic or mythical figure used as architectural element
Wikipedia - Gustafson's law -- Theoretical speedup formula in computer architecture
Wikipedia - Hammerbeam roof -- A decorative, open timber roof truss typical of English Gothic architecture
Wikipedia - Harvard architecture
Wikipedia - Hassell (architecture firm) -- Architecture firm
Wikipedia - Haswell (microarchitecture) -- Intel processor microarchitecture
Wikipedia - HATEOAS -- Abbreviation for Hypermedia as the Engine of Application State, a constraint of the REST application architecture
Wikipedia - Hausa architecture -- Architecture of Hausa people
Wikipedia - Hazard (computer architecture)
Wikipedia - Heinrich Tessenow Medal -- Architecture prize
Wikipedia - Herbert Muschamp -- American architecture critic
Wikipedia - Heritage Open Days -- Annual celebration of England's architecture
Wikipedia - Herodian architecture -- Style of classical architecture during the reign of Herod the Great
Wikipedia - Heterogeneous System Architecture
Wikipedia - High Gothic -- Refined and imposing style of Gothic architecture
Wikipedia - High-level architecture
Wikipedia - High Level Architecture -- Standard for distributed simulation
Wikipedia - High-tech architecture -- Architectural style that emerged in the 1970s
Wikipedia - Hindu temple architecture
Wikipedia - History of architecture -- Field of history focused on architecture
Wikipedia - History of business architecture
Wikipedia - History of college campuses and architecture in the United States -- Aspect of American architectural history
Wikipedia - History of Persian domes -- Part of Persian architecture
Wikipedia - HOK (firm) -- American design, architecture, engineering and planning firm
Wikipedia - Honigsberg & Deutsch -- Architecture studio in Zagreb
Wikipedia - Hopper (microarchitecture)
Wikipedia - Hostile architecture -- public-space design to discourage crime or unintended uses
Wikipedia - House & Home -- Former monthly architecture magazine
Wikipedia - Hoysala architecture -- The building style developed under the rule of the Hoysala Empire between the 11th and 14th centuries, in the region known today as Karnataka, in India
Wikipedia - Humphry Wakefield -- English baronet and expert on antiques and architecture
Wikipedia - Hyphen (architecture) -- Architectural element
Wikipedia - IA-64 -- Instruction set architecture of the Itanium family of 64-bit Intel microprocessors
Wikipedia - IBM BladeCenter -- Blade server architecture by IBM
Wikipedia - IBM Floating Point Architecture
Wikipedia - IBM High Level Assembler -- Modern assembler for programs on IBM's z/Architecture systems
Wikipedia - IBM POWER Instruction Set Architecture
Wikipedia - IBM POWER instruction set architecture -- Instruction set
Wikipedia - IBM System/360 architecture
Wikipedia - IBM Systems Application Architecture
Wikipedia - Ice Lake (microprocessor) -- Intel processor microarchitecture
Wikipedia - IEEE 1471 -- Superseded IEEE standard for describing software architecture
Wikipedia - Imbrex and tegula -- Overlapping roof tiles used in ancient Greek and Roman architecture
Wikipedia - Index of architecture articles -- Wikipedia index
Wikipedia - Indian vernacular architecture -- Informal, functional architecture of structures, often in rural areas of India, built of local materials
Wikipedia - Indo-Islamic architecture -- Islamic architecture in India
Wikipedia - Industrial architecture
Wikipedia - Industry Standard Architecture
Wikipedia - Information Architecture Institute
Wikipedia - Information Architecture
Wikipedia - Information architecture
Wikipedia - Information Systems Security Architecture Professional
Wikipedia - Information technology architecture
Wikipedia - Instruction set architectures
Wikipedia - Instruction Set Architecture
Wikipedia - Instruction set architecture -- Set of abstract symbols which describe a computer program's operations to a processor
Wikipedia - Insula (building) -- facet of Roman architecture
Wikipedia - Integrated Public Alert and Warning System -- American emergency alert architecture
Wikipedia - Intel Architecture Labs
Wikipedia - Intel Core (microarchitecture) -- Intel processor microarchitecture
Wikipedia - Intel P5 (microarchitecture)
Wikipedia - Intel SHA extensions -- Extensions to the x86 instruction set architecture
Wikipedia - Interior architecture
Wikipedia - Interleaved memory -- Computer memory access architecture
Wikipedia - International Style (architecture) -- Type of modernist architecture
Wikipedia - International Symposium on Computer Architecture
Wikipedia - International Symposium on Microarchitecture
Wikipedia - Internet Architecture Board
Wikipedia - Internet architecture
Wikipedia - Interrupt request (PC architecture) -- Hardware signal sent to a processor to interrupt a running program and handle input
Wikipedia - Inverted pyramid (architecture) -- Structure in the shape of an upside-down pyramid
Wikipedia - Ionic order -- Order of classical architecture characterized by the use of volutes in the capital and a base moulding on the columns
Wikipedia - Iranian architecture
Wikipedia - Islamic architecture -- Architectural style
Wikipedia - ISO/IEC 42010 -- Standard for software architecture description
Wikipedia - Ivy Bridge (microarchitecture)
Wikipedia - Jagati (temple) -- Hindu temple architecture
Wikipedia - Jaguar (microarchitecture)
Wikipedia - Japanese architecture -- Overview of the architecture in Japan
Wikipedia - Japanese Buddhist architecture
Wikipedia - Jini -- Network architecture for distributed systems
Wikipedia - Johnston Marklee & Associates -- Architecture firm in Los Angeles, California
Wikipedia - JSP model 2 architecture
Wikipedia - Julie V. Iovine -- American writer on architecture
Wikipedia - Kepler (microarchitecture)
Wikipedia - Khanqah -- Type of building in Islamic architecture
Wikipedia - Knights Landing (microarchitecture)
Wikipedia - Korean architecture -- Overview of architecture typical for Korea
Wikipedia - Kryo (microarchitecture)
Wikipedia - Laboratory for Analysis and Architecture of Systems
Wikipedia - Lahore: History and Architecture of Mughal Monuments -- Non-Fiction Book
Wikipedia - Lanai (architecture) -- A type of roofed, open-sided veranda, patio or porch originating in HawaiM-JM-;i
Wikipedia - Landscape architecture
Wikipedia - Lang Wilson Practice in Architecture Culture -- Canadian architectural firm
Wikipedia - Larrabee (microarchitecture)
Wikipedia - Latency oriented processor architecture
Wikipedia - Le Corbusier's Five Points of Architecture -- Architecture manifesto by Le Corbusier
Wikipedia - Leslie Kanes Weisman -- American architecture educator, activist and community planner
Wikipedia - Less is more (architecture)
Wikipedia - Lewis.Tsurumaki.Lewis (LTL Architects) -- Architecture firm
Wikipedia - Library Oriented Architecture
Wikipedia - LIDA (cognitive architecture)
Wikipedia - List of AcadM-CM-)mie des Beaux-Arts members: Architecture -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of AMD CPU microarchitectures -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of architecture awards -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of architecture film festivals -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of architecture firms -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of architecture magazines -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of architecture schools in Bangladesh -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of architecture schools in Italy -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of architecture schools in Switzerland -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of architecture schools -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of ARM microarchitectures -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Art Deco architecture -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of British architecture firms -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Buddhist architecture in China
Wikipedia - List of Ghost in the Shell: Arise - Alternative Architecture episodes -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Googie architecture structures (Canada) -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Googie architecture structures (United States) -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Intel CPU microarchitectures -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Linux-supported computer architectures
Wikipedia - List of MIPS architecture processors -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of works by Paley and Austin -- works by architecture firm
Wikipedia - List of World Architecture Festival winners -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of World's Fair architecture -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - Load/store architecture
Wikipedia - Loculus (architecture)
Wikipedia - Luckett & Farley -- American architecture, engineering, and interior design firm
Wikipedia - Machado and Silvetti Associates -- Architecture and urban design firm
Wikipedia - MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects -- Architecture firm
Wikipedia - Manchester School of Architecture -- Architecture school in Manchester, England
Wikipedia - Maps of Meaning: The Architecture of Belief
Wikipedia - Mariagroup -- Multinational architecture and design firm
Wikipedia - Mark Lamster -- American architecture writer and critic
Wikipedia - Marmol Radziner -- Architecture firm based in Los Angeles
Wikipedia - Mars to Stay -- Mars colonization architecture proposing no return vehicles
Wikipedia - Martyrium (architecture)
Wikipedia - Master of Architecture -- Master's degree
Wikipedia - Material culture -- Physical aspect of culture in the objects and architecture that surround people
Wikipedia - Mathematics and architecture
Wikipedia - Maxwell (microarchitecture)
Wikipedia - Medaillon (architecture)
Wikipedia - Mediator pattern -- Software architecture design pattern
Wikipedia - Medieval architecture
Wikipedia - Memory architecture -- Methods used to implement electronic computer data storage
Wikipedia - Memory bank -- Logical unit of storage in computer architecture
Wikipedia - Mesoamerican architecture -- Building traditions of pre-Columbian Mesoamerica
Wikipedia - Metabolism (architecture)
Wikipedia - Method Framework for Engineering System Architectures
Wikipedia - Microarchitecture
Wikipedia - Minimal instruction set computer -- CPU architecture
Wikipedia - MIPS architecture -- Instruction set architecture
Wikipedia - Mission Revival architecture -- Architectural movement and style
Wikipedia - MIT School of Architecture and Planning
Wikipedia - Maru-Gurjara architecture -- Style of north Indian temple architecture
Wikipedia - Model-Driven Architecture
Wikipedia - Model-driven architecture
Wikipedia - Model-view-viewmodel -- Software architecture design pattern
Wikipedia - Modern Architecture
Wikipedia - Modern architecture -- Broad type of architecture
Wikipedia - Modernist architecture
Wikipedia - Modern ruins -- Ruins of architecture constructed in the recent past
Wikipedia - Modified Harvard architecture
Wikipedia - Moldavian style -- architecture
Wikipedia - Mongoose (microarchitecture)
Wikipedia - Monolithic architecture -- Buildings carved or excavated from a single material, usually rock
Wikipedia - Moorish architecture -- Architectural style historically developed in the western Islamic world
Wikipedia - Morphogenesis (architecture firm) -- Architectural firm in India
Wikipedia - Motorola 88000 -- RISC instruction set architecture
Wikipedia - MSX -- a family of standardized home computer architectures released between 1983 and 1990
Wikipedia - MTS system architecture
Wikipedia - Mughal architecture -- Indo-Islamic architecture from 16th to 18th century India
Wikipedia - Multi-channel memory architecture
Wikipedia - Multiple-channel architecture -- Type of wireless network design
Wikipedia - Multiprocessor system architecture
Wikipedia - Multithreading (computer architecture)
Wikipedia - Multitier architecture
Wikipedia - Muscle architecture -- Physical arrangement of muscle fibers at the macroscopic level
Wikipedia - National Park Service rustic -- Style of architecture developed in 20th century for the United States National Park Service
Wikipedia - Naval architecture -- Engineering discipline dealing with the design and construction of marine vessels
Wikipedia - NEC SX architecture
Wikipedia - Nehalem (microarchitecture)
Wikipedia - Neo-Byzantine architecture in the Russian Empire
Wikipedia - Neoclassical architecture -- Architectural style
Wikipedia - Neo-eclectic architecture -- Style of architecture
Wikipedia - Neo-futurism -- Late-20th- to early-21st-century movement in the arts, design, and architecture
Wikipedia - Neolithic architecture
Wikipedia - NetBurst (microarchitecture) -- Intel processor microarchitecture
Wikipedia - Netherlands Architecture Institute -- Former cultural institute for architecture and urban development in Rotterdam, Netherlands
Wikipedia - Netwide Assembler -- Assembler for the Intel x86 architecture
Wikipedia - Network architecture
Wikipedia - Neural architecture search
Wikipedia - New Classical architecture -- Architectural movement
Wikipedia - New Objectivity (architecture) -- Architecture movement in (mainly German-speaking) Europe
Wikipedia - Niche (architecture)
Wikipedia - Nilachal architecture -- Hindu temple architecture in the state of Assam.
Wikipedia - Non-RAID drive architectures
Wikipedia - Nordic megalith architecture
Wikipedia - Norman architecture
Wikipedia - Odessa State Academy of Civil Engineering and Architecture -- Other organization in Odesa, Ukraine
Wikipedia - Omnigenic model -- Model of genetic architecture of complex traits
Wikipedia - ONG&ONG -- Architecture and urban design company in Singapore
Wikipedia - Open Architecture Network
Wikipedia - Open architecture
Wikipedia - Open-architecture
Wikipedia - Open Document Architecture
Wikipedia - OpenGL Architecture Review Board
Wikipedia - Open Grid Services Architecture
Wikipedia - Open-source architecture
Wikipedia - Opus africanum -- A form of ashlar masonry used in Carthaginian and ancient Roman architecture
Wikipedia - Organic architecture
Wikipedia - Organizational architecture
Wikipedia - Origins and architecture of the Taj Mahal -- History and construction of the Taj Mahal
Wikipedia - Ottoman architecture -- Architecture of the Ottoman Empire
Wikipedia - Outline of architecture
Wikipedia - P5 (microarchitecture) -- Intel microporocessor
Wikipedia - P6 (microarchitecture)
Wikipedia - Pakistani architecture -- Overview of Pakistani architecture
Wikipedia - Palazzo style architecture -- Imitative of Italian palazzi
Wikipedia - Palladian architecture -- Style of architecture derived from the work of Venetian Andrea Palladio
Wikipedia - Palm Cove (microarchitecture)
Wikipedia - Pandemonium architecture
Wikipedia - Paned window (architecture) -- Type of window in architecture
Wikipedia - Parallel programming model -- Abstraction of parallel computer architecture, with which it is convenient to express algorithms and their composition in programs
Wikipedia - Pascal (microarchitecture)
Wikipedia - Patkau Architects -- Architecture firm based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Wikipedia - Pattern (architecture)
Wikipedia - Pattern-Oriented Software Architecture
Wikipedia - Patton & Miller -- Historic architecture firm
Wikipedia - Pavement (architecture) -- Stone or tile structure which can serve as floor; pavement type with solid blocks
Wikipedia - PDP-11 architecture
Wikipedia - Pediment -- Element in classical, neoclassical and baroque architecture
Wikipedia - Peer-to-peer -- Type of decentralized and distributed network architecture
Wikipedia - Pentium M (microarchitecture)
Wikipedia - Perpendicular Gothic -- Third historical division of English Gothic architecture
Wikipedia - Phenomenology (architecture)
Wikipedia - Pointed arch (architecture) -- History and construction of pointed arch
Wikipedia - Polish architecture
Wikipedia - Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico School of Architecture -- School of architecture located in the Ponce Historic Zone in Ponce, Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - Portal:Architecture
Wikipedia - Portal (architecture) -- Access opening in a wall of a structure
Wikipedia - Postmodern architecture -- Architectural style
Wikipedia - Postmodernism -- A broad movement in the mid-to-late 20th century across philosophy, the arts, architecture, and criticism
Wikipedia - POWER1 -- Multi-chip CPU by IBM implementing the POWER instruction set architecture
Wikipedia - Power ISA -- Computer instruction set architecture
Wikipedia - PowerPC -- RISC instruction set architecture by AIM alliance
Wikipedia - Ppc64 -- 64-bit big-endian PowerPC architecture
Wikipedia - Pre-Romanesque art and architecture
Wikipedia - Pritzker Architecture Prize -- Architecture prize
Wikipedia - Prix de Rome (Canada) -- Canadian architecture award
Wikipedia - Prix Versailles 2015 -- Architecture award
Wikipedia - Prix Versailles 2016 -- Architecture award
Wikipedia - Prix Versailles 2017 -- Architecture award
Wikipedia - Prix Versailles 2018 -- Architecture award
Wikipedia - Prix Versailles 2019 -- Architecture award
Wikipedia - Prix Versailles 2020 -- Architecture award
Wikipedia - Prix Versailles -- Annual architecture award
Wikipedia - Process architecture -- Structural design of general process systems
Wikipedia - Proportion (architecture)
Wikipedia - Pueblo Deco architecture -- Architectural movement
Wikipedia - Pueblo Revival architecture -- Architectural movement
Wikipedia - Puma (microarchitecture)
Wikipedia - Purdue Enterprise Reference Architecture
Wikipedia - Purism (Spanish architecture)
Wikipedia - Pylon (architecture) -- Monumental gateway of an Egyptian temple
Wikipedia - Quadrangle (architecture) -- Open space or courtyard
Wikipedia - Quadrant (architecture)
Wikipedia - Quatrefoil -- Artistic representation of four circular leaf shapes used in architecture
Wikipedia - Queen Anne style architecture in the United States -- Architectural style during Victorian Era
Wikipedia - Qutb Shahi architecture -- Indo-Islamic architectural style
Wikipedia - Rafael Manzano Prize -- Architecture prize
Wikipedia - Rationalism (architecture) -- Architectural style
Wikipedia - RDNA (microarchitecture) -- GPU microarchitecture and accompanying instruction set architecture
Wikipedia - Register memory architecture
Wikipedia - Renaissance architecture in Central and Eastern Europe
Wikipedia - Renaissance architecture in Portugal
Wikipedia - Renaissance architecture -- Style of architecture
Wikipedia - Renata Holod -- Historian of art and architecture and archaeologist of the Islamic world
Wikipedia - Resolution: 4 Architecture -- Architecture firm in New York City
Wikipedia - Revuelta Vega Leon -- American architecture firm
Wikipedia - Rice University School of Architecture
Wikipedia - RISC-V -- Open-source CPU hardware instruction set architecture
Wikipedia - Robert A.M. Stern Architects -- American architecture firm
Wikipedia - Rock-cut architecture -- The creation of structures, buildings, and sculptures by excavating solid rock
Wikipedia - Rocket Lake -- Intel processor microarchitecture
Wikipedia - Roman brick -- A style of brick used in Ancient Roman architecture
Wikipedia - Romanesque architecture -- Architectural style of Medieval Europe
Wikipedia - Romanesque secular and domestic architecture -- Period of architectural design
Wikipedia - Romanian architecture
Wikipedia - Rood screen -- Partition found in medieval church architecture
Wikipedia - Rotunda (architecture) -- Building with a circular ground plan
Wikipedia - Ruins -- Remains of human-made architecture
Wikipedia - Ruin value -- Concept in architecture
Wikipedia - Russian Architecture
Wikipedia - Russian architecture -- Overview of the architecture in Russia
Wikipedia - Sacred architecture
Wikipedia - Sala (Thai architecture) -- Open pavilion
Wikipedia - Sandakada pahana -- Carved semicircular stone slab in Sinhalese architecture of ancient Sri Lanka
Wikipedia - Sandy Bridge (microarchitecture)
Wikipedia - Sandy Bridge -- Intel processor microarchitecture
Wikipedia - Sarah Booth Conroy Prize -- Architecture prize
Wikipedia - Sarasota School of Architecture -- Architectural style
Wikipedia - SARP Honorary Award -- Architecture prize
Wikipedia - School of Architecture and Construction Trades -- Magnet high school in Passaic County, New Jersey, United States
Wikipedia - Scott Brownrigg -- British architecture practice headquartered in London
Wikipedia - Scottish baronial architecture -- Style of architecture with sixteenth century origins
Wikipedia - Search oriented architecture
Wikipedia - Sebka -- Decorative motif in Islamic architecture
Wikipedia - Second Empire architecture
Wikipedia - Sekhari (architecture) -- Type of northern Indian tower or spire
Wikipedia - Seljuk architecture -- Building tradions used by Seljuk dynasty
Wikipedia - Semantic service-oriented architecture
Wikipedia - Serial Storage Architecture -- Disk drive protocol
Wikipedia - Service-oriented architectures
Wikipedia - Service-Oriented Architecture
Wikipedia - Service oriented architecture
Wikipedia - Service-oriented architecture -- Architectural pattern in software design
Wikipedia - Service (systems architecture)
Wikipedia - Shard (database architecture) -- Horizontal partition of data in a database or search engine
Wikipedia - Shared memory architecture
Wikipedia - Shared nothing architecture
Wikipedia - Shared-nothing architecture
Wikipedia - Shikhara -- tower or spire in Indian temple architecture
Wikipedia - Shipping container architecture -- Buildings constructed using modules, like shipping containers
Wikipedia - Shore Tilbe Perkins+Will -- Architecture firm
Wikipedia - Siddheshwar temple, Toka -- Yadava architecture based Hindu temple
Wikipedia - Silesian architecture
Wikipedia - Sima (architecture) -- Upturned edge of an ancient roof
Wikipedia - Simple Modular Architecture Research Tool -- Biological database
Wikipedia - Simulation Open Framework Architecture -- Open source framework primarily targeted at real-time physical simulation
Wikipedia - Sino-Portuguese architecture -- Asian hybrid architecture style
Wikipedia - Skylake (microarchitecture)
Wikipedia - Skyscraper Museum -- Architecture museum in Manhattan, New York
Wikipedia - SLCE Architects -- Architecture firm
Wikipedia - Snohetta (company) -- Architecture firm based in Oslo and New York
Wikipedia - Soar (cognitive architecture)
Wikipedia - Social information architecture
Wikipedia - Socio-architecture
Wikipedia - Socket AM4 -- CPU socket for AMD processors with Zen and Excavator architectures
Wikipedia - Software architecture -- High level structures of a software system
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