Furniture Research Paper

For this new assignment, you can follow the guidelines of our previous “Historical Research Assignment,” but rather than finding a Boulle cabinet or Frank Lloyd Wright dining room set, you should just look around your house, apartment, or wherever you happen to be living at the moment and pick something that you’d like to share […]

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Green Architecture

Content requirements To adequately address the topic, your paper should be at least 5 pages long (12-point Times- New Roman, Arial, or Calibri font, double-spaced). At minimum, your paper must include: • A detailed description of the topic • An explanation as to why it is relevant and important to the sustainable development of communities […]

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Building Eco School

hi, im working on a report about building an eco-school in saudi arabia, I have gaps in my report that I need filling asap.  I need an abstract (The abstract should provide a concise overview of your project, describing the theoretical and practical dimensions and implications of your research-led design project. The abstract should be […]

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Facility Design Process

Assignment ContentAfter working in facility design for many years, you have become well-known in the industry. Your manager has asked you to create either a paper or short handout that new employees can refer to as they receive training through the company. This paper or handout should guide new employees through the process of facility […]

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Rem Koolhaas, Delirious New York: A Retroactive Manifesto

Retroactive Manifesto(1) write an original paper with footnotes citing sources. No plagiarism from written or electronic  sources will be tolerated.(2)  Include a brief ekphrasis so the collage explains itself.Comments from the professor.• From the Introduction, words such as: mutations, utopian fragments, irrational phenomena, and phantom architecture.  The idea of the retroactive. These are all interesting topics […]

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The Arch Shape Roman Architecture

Although the arch was known to cultures such as the Mesopotamians, the Egyptians, and the Greeks, it was the Romans who perfected it, evidently learning its principles from the Etruscans but developing those principles further. The Romans understood that much wider spans could be achieved with the round arch than with post-and-lintel construction. The weight […]

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Comparison Paper

Description In this module you will complete your final comparison paper, comparing Charles Correa, Gandhi Ashram Memorial Museum, Ahmadabad, India, 1958-1963 and James Stirling, Engineering Building, Leicester University, Leicester, England, 1959-1963 Directions The two buildings must be from opposite hemispheres of the earth (either east and west, or north and south) and may not be on the same continent. Critically […]

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Building Eco School

hi, im working on a report about building an eco-school in saudi arabia, I have gaps in my report that I need filling asap.  I need an abstract (The abstract should provide a concise overview of your project, describing the theoretical and practical dimensions and implications of your research-led design project. The abstract should be no more than 350 words. ). and I will need to do a case study on these 2 sustainable schools. I need to talk about how will I incorporate some of the techniques in my design.  https://www.archdaily.com/937582/ecokid-kindergarten-lava?ad_medium=gallery (focus on ventilation and building techniques/sectioning school activities ) https://www.archdaily.com/515981/the-vibeeng-school-arkitema-architects?ad_medium=gallery (school activities / sustainable techniques)

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The Arch Shape Roman Architecture

Although the arch was known to cultures such as the Mesopotamians, the Egyptians, and the Greeks, it was the Romans who perfected it, evidently learning its principles from the Etruscans but developing those principles further. The Romans understood that much wider spans could be achieved with the round arch than with post-and-lintel construction. The weight of the masonry above the arch is displaced to the supporting upright elements (piers or jambs). The arch is constructed on a temporary supporting scaffolding and is formed with wedge-shaped blocks, called voussoirs, capped by a large, wedge-shaped stone, called the keystone, the last element put in place. The space inside the arch is called a bay. And the wall areas between the arches of an arcade are called spandrels. When a round arch is extended, it forms a barrel vault. To ensure that the downward pressure from the arches does not collapse the walls, a buttress support is often added. When two barrel vaults meet one another at a right angle, they form a groin vault. The interior corridors of the Colosseum in Rome use both barrel and groin vaulting. Your assignment is to write an essay with an introduction paragraph, body paragraph and conclusion paragraph. Discuss the use of the arch in Roman architecture by demonstrating what the support allowed engineers to accomplish.  You must use one example.  Cite the name of the monument.  And be sure to explain how your example is evidence of the innovations Roman builders made to the arch.  How did the arch shape Roman architecture?

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Nolli plan has Revolutionized our Understanding of Cities

Single-space, Font: Times New Roman, Font size: 11 Please take into consideration that based on those two pages I am going to add another 2 pages on them as an analysis to my neighborhood and how I am going to implement that, therefore the pages that you are going to write are going to be the first part of my paper.

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