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External links [ edit ] History [ edit ] Formation and Fingers Crossed (2000–2003) Architecture in Helsinki developed from a late 1990s group, the short-lived teenage funk - grunge outfit, The Pixel Mittens. [ 1 ] That band had formed in Albury , New South Wales, by locals Cameron

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The Panopticon is a type of prison building designed by English philosopher Jeremy Bentham in the late 1700's. The concept of the design is to allow an observer to observe ( -opticon ) all ( pan- ) prisoners without the prisoners being able to tell if they are being observed or not, thus

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Stalinist architecture has associations with the socialist realism school of art & architecture . Contents 1 Features 1.1 "Stalin's high-rises" 1.2 Technology 1.3 Scope 2 Background (1900–1931) 3 The beginning (1931–1933) 4 Pre-war Stalinist architecture (1933

Architecture of Finland print that page


The architecture of Finland has a notable history spanning over 800 years [ 1 ] and the architecture has contributed to several styles internationally, such as Nordic modernism , through the works of Alvar Aalto . [ 2 ] . Most commonly, Finland's architectural achievements are related

Museum of Finnish Architecture print that page


The Museum of Finnish Architecture ( Finnish : Suomen rakennustaiteen museo , Swedish : Finlands arkitekturmuseum ) is an architectural museum in Helsinki , Finland , first established in 1956, the second oldest museum of its kind (after Moscow ) devoted specifically to architecture . The

Rex Architecture P.C. print that page


Koolhaas as OMA New York, an American affiliate of the Rotterdam -based Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA). In 2006, OMA New York severed its strategic alliance with OMA and Prince-Ramus renamed the firm REX. [ 2 ] While serving as OMA New York’s Principal from 2000–2006, Prince

Chalmers Naval Architecture Students' Society print that page

The Chalmers Naval Architecture Students' Society (also known as the Föreningen Chalmers Skeppsbyggare or FCS ) is a naval architecture graduate students group at Chalmers University of Technology , Sweden . The Society was found in 1887 following the establishment of the Naval Architecture

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2006 in architecture print that page


The year 2006 in architecture involved some significant events. Contents 1 Buildings 2 Events 3 Awards 4 Births 5 Deaths [ edit ] Buildings Eureka Tower, Southbank, Melbourne January 16 - 10 Holloway Circus is completed in Birmingham , England, designed by

European Architecture Students Assembly print that page

Cyprus 2009 Schaan, Liechtenstein 2010 Copenhagen , Denmark [ edit ] SESAM (Small European Architecture Students Assembly) The SESAM is an event arranged by the EASA network. Like the basic idea of the EASA , a SESAM can give an addition and/or alternative to the education of the

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Network on Terminal Architecture print that page

activities started in 2003. The objective of this work was to develop a novel embedded device architecture that could solve the existing R&D challenges, as well as prepare the company to face the expected horizontalization and digital convergence . The NoTA basic framework was strongly influenced

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