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May 29th, 2012 | 386 Entries

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386 Entries for “architecture”

  1. Architecture. The definition brings forth images of structure. For example, that building has beautiful architecture. The word can also be the structure of a book or art piece. The structure of a story means the writing style or prose that the author employs. An art piece can be made into architectural pieces.

    By Jacob Marlowe on 05.30.2012

  2. Midnight walks,
    lights shading the triangles,
    the structures of sturdiness
    that we seem to live in so easily,
    with our shelter and our arrogance,
    leading us to nothing except
    green paper that doesn’t even
    mean anything.
    There’s no value.
    Midnight walk,
    the world seems lighter
    in the dark,
    truer.
    Life shines from the moon
    so much better than the sun,
    the cool air brushing
    against the surface
    of my face,
    realizing truth.

    By Scythe42 URL on 05.30.2012

  3. I gaze out at the astounding architecture of London with no little amount of awe.

    I have never seen buildings so old before.

    Where I come from the buildings are never more than a couple of hundred years old.

    Here you can *feel* the age. The history.

    By AkoyaMizuno URL on 05.30.2012

  4. arhitecture means city. it means history and the smell of old buildings and old things. it tells you the story of a city – from old ages to present, it tells you the story of the people of a city, from the smallest to the biggest building. it tells you if beauty is their main objective or opulence. it tells you everything…

    By freja URL on 05.30.2012

  5. Buildings museums have it and lots of art and things like that. Architectures make a lot of money if they’re good at it because everyone wants them for buildings and things like that. very clever

    By Kadia on 05.30.2012

  6. Architecture is one of the best exhibitions of human creativity. Ever since time immemorial, architectural styles like Victorian, neo-classical, Mughal etc have caught the fancy of people.

    By aishwarya on 05.30.2012

  7. I looked at the surrounding area with a new glimmer in my eye,or so Pete said; he was always noticing things like that. Slowly I absorbed the environment around me, the architecture of these buildings was outrageously beautiful; I never wanted to go home.

    By memyface on 05.30.2012

  8. I wanted to be an architect, I especially liked the architecture in London. Then it hit me exactly how much maths is involved… yuck! Now I’m a teacher.

    By Callie on 05.30.2012

  9. architecture. beautiful buildings, sky-high scrapers. all take so much effort, studying, developing. why take so long over it, when a little bit of imagination could change a block square building into something magical.

    By Kookie URL on 05.30.2012

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    By pavan on 05.30.2012

  11. white building in the woods, lies there, waiting
    if i only knew

    the door was huge, intimidating and left me curious
    inside? could there be something inside?
    a whisper, or a scream from someone

    By Marthe on 05.30.2012

  12. The building loomed over the little girl as she walked past it. She wanted to stop, to examine the great structure, but her mother pulled her along the sidewalk as if it the great block of concrete wasn’t even there.
    I wonder what’s in there, the little girl thought. There are so many things to discover there, how come my mother does not see the same things as I do? The building here is made out of the hard work of many men. I wish we could all stop and look at them once in a while.
    As the little girl walked away, she looked back, as if she was going to abandon an old friend.

    By Tee URL on 05.30.2012

  13. Sequoia is the architecture res hall on campus. There are so many beautiful buildings in this world because of architecture. IT requires the marrying of art, math, science and a bit of luck to create a truly inspirational building. Personally, I am not really sure what kind I like, but gothic is pretty cool. I love how architecture buildings on campus are always the ugliest.

    By Travis on 05.30.2012

  14. The architecture of the city was so old and beautiful. Walking down the street you could just hear the whispers of thousands of memories and secrets that live in the walls of the old buildings. The lives of the people never really forgotten.

    By Brittface URL on 05.30.2012

  15. Journeying on foot through forests and mountains

    By raji URL on 05.30.2012

  16. Architecture is an important piece of society. it is also a form of artistic thought. It brings an artists ideas to life in a 3-dimensional piece of art.

    By Angeline on 05.30.2012

  17. it´s a person that creates buildings and bridges. You will gett well paid, i think….

    By siggmaster1 URL on 05.30.2012

  18. art, colours, beautiful, house, work,

    By Tove URL on 05.30.2012

  19. whenever i hear the word that is mentioned above, a lot of things pop up in my head. I think about the proffession when you design buildings, bridges and other stuff and if i would have known any famous architectures i probably would have thoght of them too.

    By Andreas URL on 05.30.2012

  20. texture
    building

    By ellencro URL on 05.30.2012

  21. The particular architecture of the building, now exposed by the tank round, captured Jensen’s attention for just a moment. He wondered, why on earth would anyone stuff straw inside cinder blocks used for a wall. Suddenly, the Ninja Babe yanked his arm and he was off.

    By chole URL on 05.30.2012

  22. The building, angled out as though it was tired, seemed to look at passerbys with a sense of melancholy. Or perhaps the melancholy was due to no one really seeing it… the building.

    By Jo on 05.30.2012

  23. Architecture is the builiding of cities, of countries, of lives. beauty in buildings and in the life it brings. what more can one say about it? it is beauty in life

    By laura on 05.30.2012

  24. It was the framing of the house that caught his eye. The brick walls still held their place one atop another, as straight as a century would leave her but the bulk as a whole seemed squatter, like the weight of gravity had depressed her shoulders.

    By Sir Digby Chicken Caesar on 05.30.2012

  25. the building was a strong as it could be in the circumstances. the architect had prepared for every possibility, included the most robust materials and was ready to put the plans before the client. but this was no ordinary client. this was the sort of client that noone could see coming, that none could anticipate

    By Freja on 05.30.2012

  26. architecture. my dad is an architect, so the idea was always around me, but i haven’t succeeded in capturing the workings of it.

    By kaorita on 05.30.2012

  27. The architecture over my head, stands mighty compared to the one in my head. It covers as it ducks. How elegant, even with the strange structure.

    By Bluecab URL on 05.30.2012

  28. White marble speckled with flacks of back, countertops, the Parthenon. Squares, triagles measuring tapes, protractors. Grand Structures, the city planners, the Syndey Opera House. I want to go to Australia.

    By April URL on 05.30.2012

  29. Architecture of the mind; the brain in specific is what fascinates me most. Its true that real architecture can bring marvelous creations into being; but the brain is continually renewing itself and that is akin to a miracle, if you believe in miracles.

    By nilooka URL on 05.30.2012

  30. My boyfriend is an architect. I love this but I don’t have any talent at this.

    By Ruxandra on 05.30.2012

  31. The thing about buildings is that they’re all insanely beautiful, and yet all have such a uniqueness about them that it is frequently hard to try and mimic the process of making one. For example, the Palace of Versailles is one of the most beautiful buildings in the world, and yet when Buckingham Palace had several bathrooms decorated in the ‘french style’ they could never match up to the beauty of the originals – despite the fact they were far more expensive.

    By Polly on 05.30.2012

  32. The architect quivers his hands as he brushes the creation that he has made. It was something no other can make. A fine art for him, but destruction in the people’s eyes. He has created a monster, that which is yet unknown.

    By Ian Somera on 05.30.2012

  33. architecture sits in green places
    bringing brown
    and allowing them to see
    themselves
    I wonder what a building is
    is it framework and bricks?
    is it a necessity to live in?
    how do we define what architecture is?
    is it an art form?
    do we love in the streets of an open field?
    do we find ourselves unearthed by a claustrophobia
    in which buildings crowd us in?
    Or do we just sit softly in city noise
    and listen to the silence with in?

    By t44 URL on 05.30.2012

  34. looking at pretty buildings makes me happy. who built them? who designed them? could I ever do that? I’d like to travel the world to find the most unique and inspiring buildings. learning spaces are fun and it would be nice to incorporate beauty and eco-mindedness into their design.

    By jenna on 05.30.2012

  35. “Argh-cut-tat-chooore…?” She stumbled over the word, then glanced up at her oldest brother. “Yes, yes, made from architects. They build buildings. It’s their job to build things.” “But what does it have to do with…” The girl flabbered a bit on the suffix, before pointing at the word. Her brother rolled his eyes. “That’s the type of building that the architect makes.” “Well, why didn’t they just say building?” She whined.

    By Laura Riddle URL on 05.30.2012

  36. The architecture of the front porch spoke loudly about the heart of their why. Chairs gathered in a circle that whispered come, join us, make yourself at home. One by one people would joint the porch.

    By Crisnole URL on 05.30.2012

  37. I should’ve never let go of your hand. The architecture of this shitty apartment we lived in couldn’t take the weight, couldn’t take the plunge of your body from balcony to the balcony below.

    You crashed through platforms, then the wooden fence crashed right through you.

    By genahtastic URL on 05.30.2012

  38. the breaking of it
    looking like it falls up
    flat, arms almost
    like tourists in the distance
    float across the city,
    there is light

    but the base about is
    after time fading occurs
    around the glory,
    still sitting there paining
    for old sounds
    and the way there heard

    By FTS on 05.30.2012

  39. is the drawing of houses and businesses and house plasn. they make interesting designs and left of centre ideeas in ways in which a house or business could look really good. you have to go to uni to be architect

    By Delaney on 05.30.2012

  40. “oh my god, no exaggeration, boy all this time was worth the waiting. I just shed a tear, I am so unprepared. You’ve got the finest architecture, end of the rainbow looking treasure, such a sight to see and it’s all for me.” -Katy Perry, Peacock. (this song has been stuck in my head the past few days so….. yeah)

    By Kaley on 05.30.2012