Definition of architectural
1 : of or relating to architecture : conforming to the rules of architecture
2 : having or conceived of as having a single unified overall design, form, or structure
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Female managers in architectural and engineering jobs out-earn men, yet make up just 8.5 percent of the profession.
The June 2015 report by the AECOM architectural firm, solicited by the city to study the issue, painted a grim picture of expensive alternatives.
In a breach of security, detailed plans for the new U.S. Embassy under construction in Baghdad appeared on the website of the architectural firm that was contracted to design the massive facility.
An enticing selection of finished and soon-to-be finished homes await in Shoal Creek Valley in Kansas City’s Northland, exemplifying builder Brookfield Residential’s fresh architectural style and impeccable craftsmanship.
That’s your luck today: With no money to tear down and rebuild, the city’s Gothic Revival architectural gems survived.
There are plenty of cultural points of interest in this part of Portugal including the Monastery of Batalha, a 16th-century masterpiece that blends Gothic and Manueline architectural styles.
Gensler was chosen over four leading architectural firms - HKS of Dallas, HOK of St. Louis, and HNTB and Populous of Kansas City - by a selection committee that included representatives from the Saints, LSED and SMG.
History Museum honored six properties in the village this week for their architectural or historical significance or their contribution to the character of Lake Bluff.
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