The art or practice of designing or making designs:
The system of fundamental laws and principles that prescribes the nature, functions, and limits of a government or another institution.
(Philosophy) The scientific systematization of knowledge.
Of the painting and decorative style developed in the Byzantine Empire, characterized by formality of design, frontal stylized presentation of figures, rich use of color, especially gold, and generally religious subject matter.
The study of the nature and organization of the Christian Church
A figure of a man used as a supporting pillar.
Designating or of the Romanesque style of architecture as it flourished in Normandy and, after the Norman Conquest, as developed in England: characterized by massive construction, round arches over recessed doors and windows, and carving
Of or characteristic of an architectural style of the mid-1700s derived from that of Andrea Palladio, especially in Britain.
Of, relating to, or characteristic of the style, especially in furniture, prevalent in England during the regency (1811–1820) of George, Prince of Wales (later George IV).
Of or relating to the rococo.
Of, relating to, or being corresponding styles in painting and sculpture.
Of or having to do with building; constructional
Of or being an indigenous building style using local materials and traditional methods of construction and ornament, especially as distinguished from academic or historical architectural styles.
A person who draws up legal documents, speeches, etc.
Attributive form of computer architecture
(Proper) The architectural school of Walter Gropius, founded in Germany, 1919: it promoted a synthesis of painting, sculpture, and architecture, the adaptation of science and technology to architecture, and an emphasis on functionalism
The doctrine that the function of an object should determine its design and materials.
Anything that has been constructed.
The definition of a building is a structure or the process of making a structure.
The art or business of designing and constructing ships.
Having qualities, such as design and structure, that are characteristic of architecture:
The definition of baroque refers to the style of music, architecture and the arts that were prevalent from 1600 to 1750.
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