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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The new system, says Smart City, reduces gaps in coverage created by steel or concrete pillars and other architectural features that can interfere with the signal between the phone and the devices receiving the messages.
The N.Y.C.-based brand by Becca McCharen translates their architectural aesthetic to the packaging of these products with cage-like prints in cobalt blue.
From baseball fields to ice rinks, pools and more, longtime Oak Park resident Jack Barclay was known for his many architectural designs.
Some of these architectural elements were thought up by Joe Johnston, a supervising director on the show.
Ice crystals cascaded around him as the block settled into place, the capstone of an igloo, that architectural structure so characteristic of the Arctic.
By the time the Sumlers moved in, many of the original architectural features had disappeared.
Thanks to decades of disability activism culminating in the passage of the Americans with Disability Act (ADA) in 1990, the ramp has become both a tool for accessibility and opportunity for architectural innovation.
But the council is cutting a $1.8 million project to lease a new space, and instead calls for spending $300,000 on an architectural study on buying, renovating or building a police headquarters.
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