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  • Incan Architecture Terminologies
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    Incan Architecture Terminologies

    3 months ago

    Incan architecture is the most significant pre-Columbian architecture in South America.The famous royal estate of Machu Picchu (Machu Pikchu) is a surviving example of Inca architecture.

  • Church Architecture Terminologies
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    Church Architecture Terminologies

    7 months ago

    Church architecture refers to the architecture of buildings of Christian churches. It has evolved over the two thousand years of the Christian religion, Given below are the fundamental features which are used in church architecture.

  • Castles and forts architecture
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    Castles and forts architecture

    5 months ago

    The architecture of forts and castles are one of the most important architectures of the medieval period. Given here are the fundamental element which used to be part of the architecture of that time.

  • Why India is called
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    Why India is called "India"

    8 months ago

    India has many chapters in history, in every other chapter, it is called by different names by its diverse people. India has diverse culture twenty- two different languages and seven hundred and twenty dialects, each one calling in there own style. Learn how it started....

  • Terminologies in Roman Architecture
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    Terminologies in Roman Architecture

    9 months ago

    Ancient Roman architecture adopted the external language of classical Greek architecture for the purposes of the ancient Romans, but differed from Greek buildings, becoming a new architectural style.

  • Fundamentals of Greek Architecture
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    Fundamentals of Greek Architecture

    3 months ago

    The Terminologies covered in this section is:Greek architecture,Orders,Ionic order,Doric Order,Corinthian,Architrave,Caryatid,Capital,Architrave,Shaft, Acroterion, Echinus, Abacus, Sima...and more.

  • Terminologies in Egyptian Architecture
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    Terminologies in Egyptian Architecture

    9 months ago

    List of terms covered in this article are: Mastaba, stepped pyramid, obelisks , serdab, battered walls, pylon towers, propylon, pyramids, covetto, cornices, lotus, papyrus palm and more.

  • Terminologies in Urban Theory - II
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    Terminologies in Urban Theory - II

    10 months ago

    Urban economics, Conurbation, Bid rent theory, Concentric zone model, Sector model, Core frame model, Multiple nuclei model, Central Place Theory, Transect, Euclidean zoning, Linear city, Activity centre , Central business district, Town centre,...

  • Terminologies in Urban Theory
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    Terminologies in Urban Theory

    2 years ago

    Arcology, Gestalt ,Ekistics, Ecumenopolis, Principles of intelligent urbanism, Transit Oriented Development, Permaculture , Ergonomics, Biomimetics, Urban design , Garden city movement, Smart growth, Walkability, Urban planning, Green-collar worker,...

  • Golden Hill
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    Golden Hill

    23 months ago

    Tillya tepe, Tillia tepe or Tillā tapa or (literally "Golden Hill" or "Golden Mound") is an archaeological site in the northern Afghanistan province of Jowzjan near Sheberghan.

  • Types of Arches
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    Types of Arches

    9 months ago

    Flat Arch/ Jack Arch/Straight Arch/Straight Gauged Arch French Arch/Dutch Arch/ Slanted Arch/ Skewback Arch. Triangular Arch Segmental Arch Round Arch Roman Arch Equilateral Arch Horseshoe Arch/ Moorish arch/ Keyhole arch ...

  • Terminologies in Climatology
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    Terminologies in Climatology

    3 months ago

    These are some common terminologies which appear frequently in GATE Architecture Exam. This section covers terminologies related to climatology and Urban Climatology

  • Terminologies in Architecture (Part- II)
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    Terminologies in Architecture (Part- II)

    10 months ago

    PINNACLE FLYING BUTTRESS OCULUS VAULT CLERESTORY TRANSVERSE ARCH ARCH TRUMEAU TYMPANUM ARCHIVOLT SPANDREL LINTEL VOUSSOIR KEYSTONE SPRINGER JAMB JAMB STATUE Pinnacle, in architecture, vertical ornament of pyramidal...

  • Terminologies in Architecture (Part - I)
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    Terminologies in Architecture (Part - I)

    2 years ago

    ART ARCHITECTURE ENVIRONMENT DESIGN CITY PLANNING INTERIOR DESIGN SPACE PLANNING ANTHROPOMETRICS LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE URBAN DESIGN BLOBITECTURE EDIFICE HIGH RISE PAVILION FENESTRATION PILOTI ATRIUM LOGGIA ROTUNDA...

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