• A downtown bus depot served by Greyhound Lines provides out-of-town bus service, and is the city's only remaining example of the Streamline Moderne architectural style.
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  • A greater architectural harmony has been achieved within the court of honour around which the palace is built, where two tiers of frescoed open arcades serve as both a ceremonial balcony for the prince's appearances and a state entrance and corridor linking the formal state rooms of the palace.
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  • An illustration of the concept appeared on the front cover of Adolf Behne's book Der Moderne Zweckbau, and articles on it written by El Lissitzky appeared in the Moscow-based architectural review ASNOVA News (journal of ASNOVA, the Association of New Architects) and in the German art journal Das Kunstblatt.
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  • Art Applied to Industry, a series of lectures he gave to the Society of Arts in 1864, illustrates the breadth of his interests, the topics covered including glass, pottery, brass and iron, gold and silver, furniture, the weaver's art and external architectural decoration.
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  • Collaboration between the artist, architectural team, and consultants proved to be crucial to the success of the project.
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  • Features formerly found on architectural sculpture, such as the giant masks adorning Preclassic pyramids, were adapted for use on stelae.
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  • His attempts to hide his works' seams as an artist stand in contrast to Frank Gehry's architectural designs in the park, Jay Pritzker Pavilion and BP Pedestrian Bridge, which display their seams prominently.
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  • In 1902, the Boston architectural firm Cram, Goodhue, and Ferguson was awarded a major construction contract that set the predominantly neogothic architectural style still seen today.
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  • In 1955, the London County Council persuaded English Electric to put the scheme aside and hold a limited architectural competition for a new design.
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  • In addition, direct natural sound from the stage is reflected from architectural surfaces as well as being reinforced by two sound systems.
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  • In all this tradition, the contemporary architectural style for mosques was adapted for a building with a smaller main room, and usually no courtyard.
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  • In contrast to the solemn official Chinese-style architecture of the Chōdō-in and the Buraku-in, the Dairi was built in more intimate Japanese architectural style — if still on a grand scale.
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  • In his book, Li provided detailed and vivid illustrations of architectural components and cross-sections of buildings.
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  • In the ensuing period many thousands of country houses of great architectural value were demolished, or had whole wings razed to the ground.
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  • Intended to be an architectural icon, the building was designed by César Pelli, the architect of the Petronas Towers in Malaysia.
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  • It was during this period in the architectural wilderness that he developed a lifelong interest in photography and supplemented his meagre income by taking photographic portraits of his neighbours.
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  • Jefferson acquired an intense appreciation of Palladio's architectural concepts, and his designs for his own beloved Monticello, the James Barbour Barboursville estate, Virginia State Capitol, and the University of Virginia were based on drawings from Palladio's book.
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  • Little remains of Speer's personal architectural works, other than the plans and photographs.
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  • Marion Riesser, who had continued as Wolters' secretary as he began private architectural practice, transcribed these notes into as many as forty closely typed pages per missive, and the draft totalled 1,100 pages.
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  • Meanwhile, Davis asked a museum staff member for permission to take several truckloads of stones to Vina to be used for architectural decoration.
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  • One architectural commentator, Nigel Nicolson, has described the house as appearing as functional as a Prussian riding school.
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  • Prior to this change, a building's architectural height was calculated from the main entrance to the tip of the spire; new standards measured from the lowest open-air pedestrian level of a building.
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  • Sharpe's legacy consists of about 40 extant churches; railway features, including the Conwy Valley Line and bridges on what is now the Lancashire section of the West Coast Main Line; and his archive of architectural books, articles and drawings.
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  • Sicilian Baroque is today recognised as an architectural style, largely due to the work of Sacheverall Sitwell, whose Southern Baroque Art of 1924 was the first book to appreciate the style, followed by the more academic work of Anthony Blunt.
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  • Since the 1960s, Gehry has made artistic use of scaled animals such as fish and snakes, which first appeared in his architectural designs in the 1980s.
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  • Some of the building's architectural details had either been chipped away, or had cracked.
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