What is visionary architecture?
Visionary architecture can be defined as architecture that only exists on paper. This means that is has visionary qualities and not used on any structure.
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Answer . GREAT QUESTION!!!! And he WAS A VISIONARY PROPHET!!! Wasn't he amazing!!!? Alas, he is not recognized as the visionary profit that he was because of his powerful and dubious enemies. Jefferson, Adams, Madison, and Burr were all political enemies of Alexander Hamilton, they also came from… prominent and wealthy families. Jefferson used the irrational whims of the people to gain popularity, posing as a freedom-loving farmer, despite his great wealth and attatchment to slavery. This I especially find funny because Hamilton opposed slaver and never owned slaves as an adult, yet Jefferson was still credited as the more "democratic" of the two. Having public popularity on his side, in addition to power and wealth, Jefferson succeeded in pushing Federalists out of the limelight. In addition to Jefferson's eclipsing public popularity was Hamilton's damaging personal life. Hamilton commited adultury and published the loe letters he sent his mistress to clear his name when he was accused of stealing public funds ( in truth his mitress was bribing him and Hamilton never withdrew money from the government's bank accounts.) This was deeply dammaging to Hamilton's reputation. The Federalist party went down with Hamilton's popularity. Once the Federalists lost power, it seems that America forgott its most loving Founding Father. We Americans have always had short attentions span, even before the onset of TV. Hamilton never had great wealth, in fact he died in great debt. His lack of family history made many of his colleagues suspicious of him in a time when family and wealth were the only means of being found respectable.. Answer . Indeed, what the above person said is correct, in most ways. Alexander Hamilton was a visionary, and today we do live in the world he envisioned. Yet whilst Jefferson is praised as a common man, despite the fact that he was a member of the Virginia gentry and owned 135 slaves, Hamilton is vilified in American history textbooks as an elitist, even though he never owned a slave and worked for everything he got. I think it stems in part from the fact that Hamilton didn't know how to lie. He really didn't. Alexander Hamilton was physically incapable of the campaign rhetoric that Jefferson so excelled at. It was his excessive candor that led to his economic policies, and some of the later scandals of his life. Jefferson said the masses were wise, but Hamilton, who was terrified of anarchy and despotism, did not. He was too distrustful. In reality the only thing he trusted was the truth, even if it wasn't pretty. He knew, for instance, that the government debt couldn't be pushed aside. It had to be paid, and it had to be paid pronto. And he set to doing it. He didn't produce flowing compositions of liberty and freedom, even though he DID believe in it, like Jefferson. It's a lot more appealing to praise Jefferson, the writer of the Declaration, and his visions of liberty, than to praise Hamilton, who was a cabinet member (which sounds more important?), and his excessive honesty. It really isn't fair to him, because we live in a world that Alexander Hamilton envisioned. He wasn't a slave to liberty. he was a slave to the future, but liberty sounds better. By the way, "profit" in this context is really "prophet", and Hamilton did not only publish love letters, but a pamphlet detailing the workings of the affair (and the love letters were in this said pamphlet). He did this lest anyone think of more scandalous things than what actually happened. It was his reputation, his character, his honor, that he was hypersensitive about, and any slights to it, any doubts, had to be squashed (if you watch the miniseries on John Adams, episode 6, this is apparent). Once again, he was incapable of lying. Or shutting up, whichever way you want to think about it. :) (MORE)
Architecture is constructing a building or designing something either by a computer or person. Architecture is also for creating a system. . 1. The science or profession of designing and constructing buildings. 2. A style of construction. 3. Design and construction.
Jose De San Martin, a military official in his own rights, was a visionary to his country and sought a country free of foreign rule. Had he been alive today, he would be pleased to know that America turned into a non foreign ruled land.
The capacity to see beyond the curtain of current reality. note from fkalich....this is an example how a language changes, in this case due to ignorance. Up to recent times the primary definition of visionary was "an impractical dreamer". It was not a compliment to call someone a visionary. Aro…und the year 2,000 media newscasters/interviewers started using the term incorrectly out of ignorance. Even though initially using it that way was laughable, the media pundits began using the word increasingly in this incorrect manner. Something is lost when this happens. I am not aware of any word that one can use to convey the original meaning of "visionary". If you want to call someone an impractical dreamer you now have to use two words, if you call them a visionary they will most likely say "thank you". (MORE)
Answer . A Creative Visionary is a Trailblazer in his or her repspective field. They see a problem or solution others dont and create a solution which opens an untapped nich or market. Creative Visionaries are often misunderstood for their innovation. In truth, creative visionaries keep our wor…ld fresh with new ideas and processes. (MORE)
The best business leaders are charismatic and visionaries. They areable to inspire change and results in their employees as well aslead the company in a strong direction.
Bus architecture is the pathway between the CPU and otherperipherals. It is usually a shared input/output pathway. Bus isshort for omnibus, which means, for all.
Madagascar's architecture is known for being different than otherAfrican countries. There is a large mix of different kinds.However, most of it isÃearth-based, plant-based, andÃcob-based.
- The functioning of UNIX operating system is handled in three levels. At the heart of UNIX is the kernel, which interact with actual hardware. Kernel is the fundamental part(core) of the OS. That resides in main memory at all times. On the outer crust are the application packages and user prog…rams. The dilled layer is the shell which acts as a mediator that translates the commands given by the application programs in the outer later and conveys them to the kernel layer. The kernel then executes these commands using the inner hardware. (MORE)
Asking when architecture started is a bit like asking when evolution of the human started, architecture has been around since literally forever, architecture is in nature, in the way trees construct themselves, in how the first human made a hut from mud etc. So it's quite an open question, .
There are many things that are considered "hard" or difficult in the field of architecture. The level of difficulty is different for each person. I will try to answer your question by addressing the most difficult aspects within each stage of becoming an architect; education, licensure and professio…nal experience. 1. Education - usually a five year program which requires an extensive study of planning, design, structure, materials and history. The most difficult aspect of this degree would be the courses in physics and calculus. If one obtains a master's degree, then the final year (thesis) is considered the most difficult. 2. Licensure - varies by state, but usually requires a minimum of three years internship/professional experience. Once all experience and education requirements have been fulfilled, a ten part exam must be completed. The fulfillment of internship requirements and the exams are all considered to be "difficult". 3. Professional Practice - it's difficult to pinpoint a single "thing" that is considered most difficult in the practice of architecture. However, on the list of the top five, I would include: clients that do not pay for services, on-site issues that alter the design, absent/uncooperative contractors, clients that expect miraculous spaces without the budget to provide for it and the constantly changing building code procedures and requirements. (MORE)
A visionary is a person who actively sees the possibilities in thefuture. They execute their visions by establishing a plan that willwork for them.
Architecture is everywhere that humans have been. It is a direct part of human beings and it has evolved along with the people. It has primitive beginnings that can reach back to the time when monolithic slabs of rocks where used as markers of known territory. It continues today to be a monument to …human progress in technology. This evolution is seen all around the world. A humble hut deserves to be called architecture as much as the Chrysler building because the hut can create place out of place just as a suburban house can be a home. (MORE)
Kind of like a regular director, but he/she decides what lighting will be used, camera angles, basically how everything looks.
Henry was a visionary. A visionary is someone who can imagine something that hasn't yet happened. Henry owned a globe when many people believed the world was flat. He knew that Africa was more than endless land, and that if his sailors could circumnavigate the continent; he would find a water route …to India. (MORE)
A visionary goal is something you think of your self doing in the future that you try really hard to achieve.
The subject of Visionary Semiotics covers the impactful images and signs witnessed in visions, meditations, or dreams that signify a future. A visionary semiotic (VS) is any such image or sign, or collection of images or signs in any dream or vision.
Nat Turner (1800-1831) was a black slave who experienced visons and preached to his fellow slaves in the Baptist style. He led a slave revolt in Southamton County, Virginia. The revolt started on 21 August 1831 but was quickly suppressed. Turner was captured on 30 October and hanged on 11 November 1…831. (MORE)
One of the best-known examples of Roman architecture is the Roman Colosseum. the Romans used stone to build huge structures like the Colosseum. See link below:
Characteristics of Gothic Architecture include the pointed arch, ribbed vault and flying buttress. Spanning from the 12th to the 16th century Gothic architecture, also termed "French Style" flourished and peaked during the high and late medieval period. The heart of the art evolved from Romanesque a…rchitecture, which later developed into Renaissance architecture. Gothic architecture is the style of architecture that was started in northern France which spread all around the Europe between the 12th and 16th centuriesâ¦.characterized by slim vertical piers and counterbalancing buttresses and by vaulting and pointed arches (MORE)
Ghandi was a visionary. The new company's mission statement was visionary. His lofty ideals and can-do attitude caused the newspaper to label him a visionary. The visionary leader created real change.
Beatrice Park Is it Important for Architects to Understand Proxemic Characteristics in Different Cultures? May 18, 2011 SoCiology In this age of globalization, there are many multinational architectural firms, and many architects design for clients of foreign nations. It is always importan…t for an architect to understand the lifestyle and culture of the clients. And one branch of study closely related to people's lifestyle and culture is proxemics. PROXEMICS In simple words, proxemics can be described as the study of physical space between people during interaction.1 Edward T. Hall defined proxemics as "the study of man's transactions as he perceives and uses intimate, personal, social and public space in various settings while following out of awareness dictates of cultural paradigms."2 A person permits or prohibits people from entering certain stages of space surrounding her, depending on the relationship and situation (See figure 13). For an example, one will allow her family members to enter her intimate space and hug her. But her neighbor, a mere acquaintance, will have to stay in the wider and distant social space. If the neighbor enters her intimate space, she will be alarmed or even offended. These ranges of 1 Abdul Muati Amad, Arbai'e Sujud, and Hamisah Zaharah Hasa, "Proxemics and its relationship with Malay Architecture," Britannica, Last modified 2007, http://www.britannica.com/bps/additionalcontent/ 18/27166211/Proxemics-and-its-Relationship-with-Malay-Architecture. 2 Edward T. Hall, quoted in "Proxemics and its relationship with Malay Architecture," Britannica, Last modified 2007, http://www.britannica.com/bps/additionalcontent/18/27166211/Proxemics-and-its-Relationshipwith- Malay-Architecture. 3 Proximity, JPG, http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/thereporters/markeaston/2009/03/ Figure 1 interaction spaces differ for individuals. One's social space can be another's personal space. And according to sociologists and anthropologists, different cultures and nations have different standards of proxemic spaces. PROXEMICS IN DIFFERENT CULTURES Even within the Western World, each nation has its characteristic proxemic standards. France is a relatively crowded society, and the people experience greater physical proximity. Compared to Americans, French people make more intense eye contact and physical interaction.4 Compared to Americans, Germans tend to be more strict about the range of distance that indicates intrusion. In the US, sticking one's head or body part into another's house is usually not considered as territory invasion, as long as one's feet are outside the house. Yet Germans find such behaviors alarming. Germans have a close-door pattern business, while the Americans have a open-door pattern business. Germans generally feel that having an open door can lead to intrusion, while Americans generally feel that keeping a door closed leads to ostracism.5 The many websites that guide Americans how to behave in front of a closed door seem to prove the cultural difference and the unease when people of different proxemic habits interact.6 4 Edward T. Hall, "The Hidden Dimension," trans. Gwangmoon Kim, Jongpyoung Park. (Seoul: Sejin, 2005), 186-191. 5 Edward T. Hall, "The Hidden Dimension," trans. Gwangmoon Kim, Jongpyoung Park. (Seoul: Sejin, 2005), 173-180. 6 Simon Tribe, "Come on in, My Door Is Always Closed," Spiegel Online International, http:// www.spiegel.de/international/0,1518,412990,00.html As European nations show very distinct proxemic characteristics, it is not amazing that Middle Eastern nations differ greatly from the US. Public spaces in Middle Eastern countries tend to be more crowded and houses tend to be wider. Physical contact in public spaces is more common in Middle Eastern countries, and this is not because people are rude, but because the proxemic behavior pattern is different in Middle Eastern countries. Even when in public areas, Americans keep a distance from other people to protect privacy. Yet in Middle Eastern nations, public areas are purely public, and a person cannot claim private space. For an example, in an empty plaza in the US, one will feel uncomfortable when another individual stands right next to him. But in a Middle Eastern plaza, this is a more natural situation. Overall, Middle Eastern people do not demand as much physical privacy as Americans do. Thus the distance between people interacting is much closer. 7 In Malaysia, a visitor's relationship with the owner determines where he is permitted to enter. A stranger must remain at the landing section, a friend may walk up to the verandah, and a relative may go as far as the main room. Compared to Americans, Malaysians are more open to letting other people in their intimate space - when people sit in a circle, they may sit as close as their knees touch. 8 THE LINK Then how does proxemics link to architecture? The common types of houses in a country can reflect the proxemic characteristics of the people. 7 Edward T. Hall, "The Hidden Dimension," trans. Gwangmoon Kim, Jongpyoung Park. (Seoul: Sejin, 2005), 199-210. 8 Abdul Muati Amad, Arbai'e Sujud, and Hamisah Zaharah Hasan "Proxemics and its relationship with Malay Architecture," Britannica, Last modified 2007, http://www.britannica.com/bps/additionalcontent/ 18/27166211/Proxemics-and-its-Relationship-with-Malay-Architecture In the US, quickly built gigantic "McMansions" are becoming increasingly common. The average single-family house size increased from 983 square feet in 1950 to 2434 square feet in 2005. The number of homes with four or more bedrooms reached 40% in 2004.9 Middle Eastern people tend to dislike closed space more than Americans do. To satisfy Arabians, a closed space must be wide enough for the occupant to walk around: around a hundred square meters. The ceiling must be high, and nothing should block the view. Although both Americans and Middle Easterners like to have big houses, houses in Middle Eastern nations tend to have fewer walls that divide the rooms.10 This could be linked to the proxemic characteristics of the two nations. Americans want more physical privacy and less interference. Thus each member of the family will demand a separate room. Yet in a Middle Eastern household, the members demand less physical privacy, and many rooms are not needed. The Germans demand even greater physical privacy than the Americans and are more sensitive about intrusion. Thus, in contrast to the lighter doors in the US, doors in Germany tend to be heavy and to have very sturdy locks. 11 A study on Malay proxemics reveals that even within one nation, the regional characteristics can affect the housing style. The comparatively close minded easterners - demanding more privacy - build elevated floors. In the south, where unmarried women must not approach strangers during feasts and minimize interaction with the guests, houses often have 9 Lisa Smith, "McMansion: A Closer Look At The Big House Trend," Investopedia. http:// www.investopedia.com/articles/pf/07/mcmansion.asp 10 Edward T. Hall, "The Hidden Dimension," trans. Gwangmoon Kim, Jongpyoung Park. (Seoul: Sejin, 2005), 199-210. 11 Edward T. Hall, "The Hidden Dimension," trans. Gwangmoon Kim, Jongpyoung Park. (Seoul: Sejin, 2005), 173-180. attics for the women to hide. 12 This is a custom uncommon in the US where women may interact with visitors. Thus the attics in the two nations differ in purpose and feature. CONCLUSION An architect must always keep in mind that the goal of any building is to enhance the inhabitants' life. An office must be suit for working and ideally raise the productivity. A house must be suit for living, and ideally make the owner comfortable. When a building's features force people to act against their proxemic habits, people can be stressed. When an American enters a German office, where all the doors are closed, the American will think that he is left out and ignored. On the other hand, a German at an American office might think that the employees must be sloppy for leaving all doors open. An American at a Malaysian gathering hall will feel offended that strangers are sitting so close up to him. The features of a building will continuously influence the people's experience in the building, and the experience must not be distressful ones. Thus, when an architect designs - especially for a foreign culture - it is important to thoroughly observe and research the proxemic characteristics of the nation. ASSESSMENT The majority of my findings come from scholarly articles. Professor Hall, the author of The Hidden Dimension, taught communication at the Illinois Institute of Technology and Northwestern University. He is also a member of the Building Research Advisory Board.13 He is a reliable source, yet it is unfortunate that his research methods were not explained in the book. 12 Abdul Muati Amad, Arbai'e Sujud, and Hamisah Zaharah Hasan "Proxemics and its relationship with Malay Architecture," Britannica, Last modified 2007, http://www.britannica.com/bps/additionalcontent/ 18/27166211/Proxemics-and-its-Relationship-with-Malay-Architecture 13 Hall, Karin B. "Edward T. Hall." Edward T. Hall. http://www.edwardthall.com/ The report Proxemics and its Relationship with Malay Architecture was written by communication professors of the Universiti Putra Malaysia. Their report included diagrams to illustrate the relationship regional proxemics and housing. The sources of information are reliable, but one potential flaw comes from the fact that the reports, except for the article on McMansions, are based mainly on observations rather than statistical data. BIBLIOGRAPHY Amad, Abdul Muati, Arbai'e Sujud, and Hamisah Zaharah Hasan. "Proxemics and its relationship with Malay Architecture." Britannica. Last modified 2007. http:// www.britannica.com/bps/additionalcontent/18/27166211/Proxemics-and-its- Relationship-with-Malay-Architecture Hall, Edward T. "The Hidden Dimension." Translated by Gwangmoon Kim, Jongpyoung Park. Seoul: Sejin, 2005. Hall, Karin B. "Edward T. Hall." Edward T. Hall. http://www.edwardthall.com/ Tribe, Simon. "Come on in, My Door Is Always Closed." Spiegel Online International http:// www.spiegel.de/international/0,1518,412990,00.html Smith, Lisa. "McMansion: A Closer Look At The Big House Trend." Investopedia. http:// www.investopedia.com/articles/pf/07/mcmansion.asp (MORE)
The term "indigenous architecture" refers to structures made by empirical builders, without the intervention of professional architects. It is the most traditional and widespread way to build. The word "indigenous" means originating in and characteristic of a particular region or country, native, an…d inherited. Therefore, the indigenous architecture the method introduced by local people, inspired by place history and culture, and executed by normal people using local materials. It may be referred to as "Native, Traditional, vernacular" although it may have slight differences. (MORE)
Web 2.0 represents a development is web technology that allows different systems to share data via common methods of data exchange. Many social media resources such as twitter and Facebook make extensive use of web 2.0 technology.
Articulation refers to the manner in which the surfaces of a form come together to define its shape and volume. An articulated form can clearly reveal the precise nature of its parts and its relationship to one another and to the whole. Its surfaces appear as disceret planes with distinct shape and… their overall configuration is legible and clearly perceived. source-D.K.CHING (MORE)
Architecture is a structured approach to shaping infrastructure sothat it optimally supports your organization and facilitatesinnovation.
Stunning work - much of which still stands. The Pantheon - for centuries the largest domed building in the world. The Colissuem - a great example of the "Roman arch" which was used in many structures - bridges as well as buildings. Viaducts - huge undertakings to transport water from a mounta…in source to provide drinking water to towns and cities which had no springs/wells. (MORE)
Zodiac was neither a visionary or special in any way. He was a coward and a killer. He could only feel good about himself by taking another's life.
An architectural walkthrough is a CAD model that generates a virtual tour of a building or structure prior to its actual construction. A 3D walkthrough, often referred to as a 3D flythrough, is a valuable communication tool to demonstrate how the building will be seen from all angles. These 3D walkt…hroughs and 3D flythroughs are based on 3D modeling techniques. (MORE)
You could either study it, or have it in you! Many people who study architecture have their own ideas how buildings should look like! You could start by joining forum conversations and discussion to learn more.And you alos have to study physics in secondary school.
There is no doubt in my mind that he was one of the biggest butchers on the planet Earth. He went to ... "civilize" the world and butchered everytbody who resisted him.
Romanesque Architecture is a form of medieval architecture that adapts the roman styles of construction (as in the phrase "roman"-esque), seen distinctly in its rounded arches. It developed around 6th century AD and is often compared to its descendant, Gothic Architecture. What makes it different is… the lack of large penetrations in the walls (examples are taken from the medieval churches as little else constructed from that time remains standing). Most of these churches often used tapestries rather than stained glass (as in the high Gothic ages) to document and/or tell stories. The romanesque churches have a rather heavy feel to them with very solid and large wall structures with attached (rather than flying) buttresses. (MORE)
As a consultant I would classify projects into three categories: Administered projects - Those where all the administrative steps were followed, all the paper work done and checked off, problems were reacted to in a timely way, people are encouraged to stay on task and on schedule, the client's is…sues were resolved -- but no value was added, people were not developed, client relationships were not built, and no follow-on work was identified and sold. Managed projects - Beyond administration, good communication existed, problems were anticipated as well as reacted to, people's development was addressed, the value identified in the business case was considered in all design decisions, and the client felt they got what they paid for. As a result, we may get additional work on similar projects in the future. Led projects - Leading goes beyond managing. A leader has a vision and communicates it to the project team and to the client. Visions have power to excite people and provide a common basis for all design decisions. In a led project, value beyond the initial business case is identified in the course of the project and either baked into the effort or noted and set aside as a follow-up project. People are encouraged to think about potential value as they go about their assigned tasks and to identify new issues and ideas at any point in time. Led projects almost always pay for themselves and lead to more work. (MORE)
A person who creates there own ideas about what the future might be like, or look like.
All the Prophets are direct disciples of Allah Almighty. They are more than visionary. Anyhow, humans may fall a prey to forgetfulness for a little while. However, contrary to common human beings, the Prophets are warned immediately against the slightest of their forgetfulness.
Some of the synonyms of the word "visionary" are: ambitious, giant, astral, grandiose, prophetic, fantastic, idealist, quixotic, pretentious, dreaming and utopian.
Maya Angelou is a visionary because she was the first black person to write poetry and got recognized!
The visionary goals of Fountain Blue are to create a more sustainable company management and executive leadership. Also to use corporate marketing for the inbound and outbound resort.
The noun vision , on which the concrete nounvisionary is based, is an abstract noun as a word for discernmentor perception; intelligent foresight or insight; a mental imageproduced by the imagination. The noun vision is a concrete noun as a word for sight.
Comic book shops are a great place to start researchingillustration from different periods like 1989-1992. If you'relooking for advertising illustration art or some other type, trythe library where you can view microfiche film of old magazines.
The cast of The Visionary - 2012 includes: Theresa Arnett as herself Damian Boyd as Academy Trombone Marianne Cooper as herself Jennifer Enskat as Jennifer Enskat John Fernyak as himself Sarah Horrigan Ramos as Academy Dancer Tres Kline as himself Kevin Nestor as himself Barbara Peiker as herself No…rbert Peiker as himself Betty Preston as herself Marden Ramos as Academy Instructor Lydia Reid as herself Doc Stumbo as himself Drew Traxler as Renaissance Performer Robert Wesner as Neos Dancer Brooke Wesner as Renaissance Performer Bob Zettler as himself (MORE)
The cast of Visionaries - 2005 includes: Rich Contino as Himself - Guest Byron De Lear as Himself - Guest Byron Delear as Himself - Guest George Knowles as Himself - Guest Kristi Moran as Herself - Guest Alex Pana as Himself - Guest Chris Prentiss as Himself - Guest Pax Prentiss as Himself - Guest S…usie Shannon as Herself - Guest Marcy Winograd as Herself - Guest (MORE)
The cast of Visionaries - 2007 includes: Alexander Armstrong as himself Harry Christophers as himself Evelyn Glennie as herself Julian Joseph as himself Tim Minchin as himself Michael Morpurgo as himself Courtney Pine as himself Dennis Russell Davies as himself Francine Stock as herself
The cast of Sci Fi Visionaries - 2004 includes: Jeanne Bal as Nancy Crater Joan Collins as Edith Keeler James Doohan as Scotty Sherry Jackson as Andrea DeForest Kelley as Bones Grace Lee Whitney as Yeoman Mark Lenard as Romulan Commander Oliver McGowan as Caretaker Lawrence Montaigne as Decius Niche…lle Nichols as Uhura Leonard Nimoy as Spock Gene Roddenberry as himself William Shatner as Kirk Michael Strong as Dr. Roger Korby George Takei as Sulu John Warburton as Centurion (MORE)
The cast of I visionari - 1968 includes: Adriana Asti Lidia Biondi Olimpia Carlisi Laura De Marchi Sergio De Vecchi Luigi Diberti Fabienne Fabre
The cast of Visionary - 2010 includes: Ceallach as Leanne Steven Kissaine as Jason Livingstone Sameera Steward as Kate Meer
The address of the Morristown Visionary Committee Incorporation is: Po Box 110, Morristown, IN 46161-0110
The address of the American Visionary Art Museum is: 800 Key Highway, Baltimore, MD 21230
He was both. He had a vision of the Persian Empire which he tookover being converted to Greek culture which he believed, rightly orwrongly, to be superior. After starting this process he plannedtaking over western Europe and doing the same, but his early deathstopped that. In the process there was …massive slaughter and economic disruptionwhich he pursued relentlessly. Even some of his own generals werevictims. Self aggrandisement shared an equal part with his worldvision, with him triumphant at the centre. (MORE)
1.Modern architecture has no boundation that's why we can designany type of building in modern architectue. 2.We can use a variety of materials now , according to our need. 3.We can use history knowledge , for designing new structures.