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architect designed several landmark buildings in John C. Austin Southern California, including the Griffith Observatory?
architect designed many of the important public buildings in Richard Roach Jewell Perth, Western Australia during the latter half of the 19th century?
, a Norwegian Torolf Prytz architect turned goldsmith, also served as Minister of Industrial Provisioning for the Liberal Party?
general contractor makes which are required by the submittals architect and engineer for verification that correct products will be installed in a construction project?
is not created by the shop drawing architect or the engineer, but by the fabricator?
designated heritage designs by the early 20th-century Canadian
architect can be found in both Neil R. Darrach St. Thomas, Ontario, and Regina, Saskatchewan?
Indianapolis architect was sent to Château de Malmaison to replicate a copy of it in ?
Indianapolis' Washington Park neighborhood although
was the foremost Archibald Leitch football stadium architect in the United Kingdom in the early 20th century, only two of his works have been listed for preservation?
in St. Kazimierz Church Warsaw (pictured) was designed by the leading Dutch architect Tylman van Gameren?
, described as "the most prolific Percival Goodman architect in Jewish history" by , was also an The Forward urban planning theorist who criticized Robert Moses' ideas for parkways in New York City?
was an John Douglas architect responsible for the 19th-century black-and-white revival in Chester, Cheshire?
, chief Jean-Baptiste Le Blond architect of Saint Petersburg from 1716 until his death, introduced the distinctions between state apartments and private apartments into French architectural practice?
, the Fyodor Schechtel architect of Yaroslavsky Rail Terminal in Moscow, Russia, was expelled from his classes at Moscow School of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture in 1878 for "bad attendance"?
, an early John Latenser, Sr. architect in Omaha, Nebraska, designed more than 12 buildings on the National Register of Historic Places?
was the first professional Laurynas Gucevičius Lithuanian architect in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth and is the most famous representative of Lithuanian classicism?
, a former member of the P.J. Mills Louisiana House of Representatives, is a descendant of Robert Mills, the architect who designed the Washington Monument?
, professor of Oskar Sosnowski architecture at Warsaw Tech, was wounded by Germans while trying to save archives containing details of Polish historic buildings?
during the mid-20th century,
panels were used in both cemesto prefabricated housing and houses designed by prominent architects?
Scottish architect Sir Robert Lorimer built the mansion house on an Hill of Tarvit Iron Age site?
were the first team of Tegnestuen Vandkunsten architects to be awarded the Alvar Aalto Medal?
( William H. Copeland House pictured) was one of three remodeling projects undertaken by architect Frank Lloyd Wright in the Chicago suburb of Oak Park between 1906 and 1909?
in Vorontsovsky Palace Ukraine was designed by the English architect Edward Blore?
architect Walter Gropius visited Peru in order to attend a graduation ceremony at the ?
National University of Engineering Faculty of Architecture the architectural style of
Canadian architect has been locally referred to as a "castle style"?
David Webster when
architect Frank Lloyd Wright designed his , he produced over 900 American System-Built Homes working drawings, which was more than he made for any other project?
the former chief
architect of Yerevan, , was also one of the founders of Arthur Meschian Armenian rock?
in South Presbyterian Church Dobbs Ferry, New York, is the only known work of architect Julius Munckowitz, despite his later career with New York City's parks?
Reichstag dome (pictured) was originally designed as a cylinder by its architect Norman Foster?
much of medieval
Chester Castle (pictured) was rebuilt in neoclassical style by architect Thomas Harrison around 1800?
in addition to being a
painter, was active as an Wolf Huber architect, but that no buildings designed by him have survived?
1766, the collapse of the cupola of St. Andrew's Cathedral, St. Petersburg (pictured) led to the arrest of the cathedral's architect?
architect was responsible for the distinctive look of buildings in Hans Price Weston-super-Mare, England, during the Victorian era?
Italian Renaissance architect Andrea Palladio's first commission in the city of Venice was an improved design for the façade of ?
San Pietro di Castello the
, designed by Singer's Bridge architect Vasily Stasov, was called the Yellow Bridge and is the third-widest bridge in Saint Petersburg, Russia?
was designed by Embassy of Russia in Copenhagen Danish architect Vilhelm Dahlerup, who also designed the Hotel D’Angleterre?
was Emily Helen Butterfield Michigan's first licensed female architect, and designed many college fraternity and sorority crests thanks to her interest in heraldry?
, considered Britain's first practising woman Edith Hughes architect, was refused entry to the all-male Royal Institute of British Architects in 1927?
architect designed 22 buildings on the Solomon Andrew Layton National Register of Historic Places in Oklahoma, a state record?
architect illustrated his uncle Otto Königsberger Max Born's popular physics book?
architect drafted the plans for the first architect-designed house in Chicago, formed John M. Van Osdel Chicago's first architectural firm and ensured passage of Chicago's first building codes?
architect, former partner at Skidmore Owings & Merrill, and founder of Lucien Lagrange Architects, was a Lucien Lagrange high school dropout?
architect/ engineer Sir Owen Williams returned part of his design fee for the because the congregation was unhappy with the finished structure?
Dollis Hill Synagogue
Australian painter initially wanted to become an Jeffrey Smart architect instead of an artist?
architects took over construction of the Eggers & Higgins Thomas Jefferson Memorial after the death of John Russell Pope, despite protests that their appointment was "un-Jeffersonian"?
architect was able to design the acclaimed John Desmond Louisiana State University Student Union building in Baton Rouge so that it could be built without disturbing a canopy of stately oak trees?
architect despised the title of architect, and preferred to sign his work " Ivan Rerberg Engineer Rerberg"?
architect Frank Lloyd Wright's belief that banks should not "put on the airs of a temple of worship" is reflected in the design of the 1905 ?
Frank L. Smith Bank
Annie Fargé, who played a scatterbrained French wife to an American architect in the 1960 CBS sitcom , was described by Angel as "easily the brightest newcomer to situation comedy" though the Time series folded after one season?
Ancient Egyptian architect was allegedly the lover of the Senemut Pharoah Hatshepsut?
architect doubted whether Alfred Rosenheim modern architecture could strictly be regarded as architecture?
architect once referred to modern buildings as "steel and glass upside-down cakes"?
architect designed a controversial Cecil Alexander Georgia state flag that served from 2001 to 2003?
architect designed most of the major Bennie Gonzales municipal buildings in Scottsdale, Arizona, USA, including Scottsdale City Hall, which features a kiva for meetings?
Czech– Bulgarian architect , chief architect of Josef Schnitter Plovdiv from 1878 to 1914, is credited with shaping that city's modern appearance?
Dutch architect , a proponent of mixed communities, has described his buildings as "socializing machines"?
British architect escaped from Jan Kaplický Prague to London in the wake of the Prague Spring, carrying only US$100 and a few pairs of socks?
British architect considered running for Rodney Gordon Parliament, but could not decide which party he wanted to be in?
Scottish clergyman was deprived of his parish after the establishment of Alexander Edward Presbyterianism, and later became an architect?
British architect wrote biographies of Stephen Gardiner sculptors Jacob Epstein and Elisabeth Frink, both of whom were family friends?
was a group of ASNOVA architects that linked psychology and architecture by building laboratories and expounding psychological theories?
, the first Clarence W. Wigington African American municipal architect, designed four buildings in two cities that are now listed on the National Register of Historic Places?
( Carl Westman pictured) was one of the first Swedish architects to incorporate the Nordic National Romantic Style into his designs?
Russian architect built Lev Kekushev Art Nouveau buildings in Moscow, Russia, in the 1890s and early 1900s, "signed" with a lion ( Lev) ornament or sculpture?
Polish architect used a range of styles including Chrystian Piotr Aigner Classicist, Neoclassicist, Palladian, Neogothic, Empire and Romantic?
French architect designed the structure that initially housed the Jean-Baptiste Vallin de la Mothe Hermitage Museum and the palace where Grigory Rasputin was murdered?
English headmistress founded Olive Willis Downe House School, where her chauffeur- architect- engineer slept in her bathroom?
English-born architect designed and built statehouses for William Nichols North Carolina, Alabama, and Mississippi in the early 19th century?
Grand Duchess Sophie Caroline of East Friesland instructed Danish royal architect Lauritz de Thurah to demolish in 1756 to make way for a new palace Sorgenfri Palace (pictured)?
Italian Renaissance architect and stage designer Nicola Sabbatini discovered that the ("the prince's eye") has the best perspective of the l'œil du prince stage of any seat in a theater's audience?
Modernisme architect not only designed the main Enrique Nieto synagogue in Melilla, but also the Central Mosque and several Catholic church buildings?
Macquarie University made its site's architect, , a Walter Abraham professor to give his opinions the same weight as those of the academic staff?
English architect was responsible for the construction of John Foulston Union Street across marshland?
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