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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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.
Their architectural features were lifted from countries around the globe: The curtain at the Los Angeles features a courtly French scene, the Palace is drenched in Italianate decor, and the Arcade is modeled after an English music hall.
Architectural historians and other professions are already started.
Edwards was on his way toward architectural engineering.
Nearly every architectural feature is freighted with symbolism.
If the old Nichols Library is designated a local landmark, the city of Naperville will have a total of four buildings given the special distinction that recognizes a structure's historic and architectural significance.
Female managers in architectural and engineering jobs out-earn men, yet make up just 8.5 percent of the profession.
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