2 edition of Revised thesaurus of architectural terms. found in the catalog.
Revised thesaurus of architectural terms.
by Royal Commission on the Historical Monuments of England in London
Written in English
At head of title: English Heritage.
|Contributions||English Heritage., Royal Commission on Ancient and Historical Monuments in Wales.|
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This book has been revised and expanded to include over entries pertaining to both architectural design and engineering. Compiled from subject indexes of some textbooks in the field, the Dictionary aims to provide coverage of all but the most commonly understood terms within the field of architectural science proper-that is, structures, building materials, acoustics, . Below is a glossary of architectural elements and terms that you may become familiar with when working with Architectural Realms®. A. Architect: An individual, partnership, corporation or other legal entity licensed to practice the profession of architecture under the education law of the State of New York. Architrave: 1. The lowest part of a classical entablature.
Glossary of Architectural Terms key terms used in listed building records Adamesque Following the design principles or details used by the 18th century family of classical architects, William, and Robert Adam. John, James Architrave The lowest of the three main divisions of the classical entablature, varying according File Size: KB. The book reviews trends and developments in residential services for mentally handicapped persons. The first section deals with basic changes in the number of institutionalized residents (including detailed statistics on numbers and costs per patient for each state), the origin and nature of institutionalized models (architectural and historical influences), and the experiences Cited by: 2.
A curated selection of the best architectural ideas in the world to inspire your mind and feed your soul. Each special edition is created using sheet-fed litho printing with hand-inserted tip-ins and gatefolds with vegetable-based inks on a mix of FSC-certified paper and card. Don't miss the next issue – Subscribe now. A projection from a vertical surface that provides structural and/or visual support for overhanging elements such as cornices, balconies, and eaves. Casement Window. A window frame that is hinged on one vertical side, and which swings open to either the inside or the outside of the building. Casement windows often occur in pairs. Central Hallway.
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Accurate engravings complement many of the author's incisive descriptions — from a buttress in Glastonbury Abbey to zig-zag mouldings in a Norman doorway. Extended entries cover arches, windows, tombs, and other architectural elements; while shorter notes define less Revised thesaurus of architectural terms.
book used terms such as cavetto, dado, and embrasure/5(4). Widely used in architectural circles in the heat of discussion, the recurrent use of particular words and terms has evolved into a language of design jargon.
Commonly found in architectural literature and journalism, in critical design debate and especially in student project reviews, Archispeak can seem insular and perplexing to others and Cited by: First published inthis illustrated dictionary of architecture was so successful that the author revised it several times.
It remains one of the best guides to hundreds of terms used in Greek, Roman, Medieval, and Renaissance architecture. "A relevant and practical aide." — Clem Labine's Traditional Building. An architectural term applied to a colonnade, in which the intercolumniation is alternately wide and narrow.
Passage or walkway covered over by a succession of arches or vaults supported by columns. Blind arcade or arcading: the same applied to the wall surface. A curved structure capable of spanning a space while supporting significant weight.
Dictionary of Architectural Terms. Note: click thumbnails for larger images. Bays The number of bays refers to the width of a building by counting the number of opennings including both doors and windows.
A house with a center door and a window on either side has 3 BAYS. FEDERAL REGISTER THESAURUS OF INDEXING TERMS.
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This book defines over 5, terms relating to architectural design, history, and technology. It is the only dictionary that provides concise, accurate definitions illustrated with finely detailed, hand-rendered drawings, each executed in Mr.
Ching's signature style/5. A dictionary designed for people with limited English language skills. Great for ESL students. More t entries Concise, easy-to-understand definitions More t word-use examples Over black-and-white illustrations Word histories, abbreviations, and proper names.
The Art & Architecture Thesaurus (AAT) is a controlled vocabulary used for describing items of art, architecture, and material culture. The AAT contains generic terms, such as "cathedral," but no proper names, such as "Cathedral of Notre Dame." The AAT is used by, among others, museums, art libraries, archives, catalogers, and researchers in art and art history.
Glossary of Architectural Terms. Apex: The highest, pointed part of a gable. Apron: A raised panel below a window or opening.
Arcading: A series or row of arches. Architrave: The lowest part of the term is also commonly used to describe a moulded surround to a door or window opening. 12 synonyms of architecture from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 10 related words, definitions, and antonyms.
Find another word for architecture. Architecture: the arrangement of parts that gives something its basic form. Architectural Dictionary of Terms, Movements and Architects. 2 determinants Aesthetics A particular theory or conception of beauty or art: a particular taste for or approach to what is pleasing to the senses and especially sight Altar 1: a usually raised structure or place on whichFile Size: 1MB.
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Ching's signature presentation. It is the only dictionary that provides concise, accurate definitions illustrated with finely detailed, hand-rendered drawings/5(5). Containing over 6, entries from Aalto to Zwinger and written in a clear and concise style, this authoritative dictionary covers architectural history in detail, from ancient times to the present day.
It also includes concise biographies of hundreds of architects from history (excluding living persons), fromSir Francis Bacon and Imhotep to Liang Ssu-ch'eng andFrancis Inigo Thomas.5/5(1).
A Concise Dictionary of Architectural Terms (Dover Architecture) Bibliographical Note This Dover variation, first released inis an unabridged republication of the (twelfth revised) variation of the paintings initially released in by way of James Parker and Co., Oxford (England) less than the name A Concise word list of phrases utilized in Grecian, Roman, 4/5(32).
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Synonyms for Architectural glossary in Free Thesaurus. Antonyms for Architectural glossary. 2 synonyms for footstall: plinth, pedestal. What are synonyms for Architectural glossary?.
For most students of architecture, the first few years of learning involve a demanding crash course in architectural jargon. From learning terms as Author: Rory Stott.over 2, definitions and 1, r, if your interest is in World Architecture, this is the book for you.
In this volume, Harris provides concise definitions for over 5, architectural terms and there are over 2, illustrations. From ancient ruins to 20th Century ModernFile Size: KB.architecture (är′kĭ-tĕk′chər) n. 1. The art and science of designing and erecting buildings. 2. Buildings and other large structures: the low, brick-and-adobe architecture of the Southwest.
3. A style and method of design and construction: Byzantine architecture. 4. Orderly arrangement of parts; structure: the architecture of the federal.