''radula'', prominent hippologist and horse breederthumb 90px Nikolay Lvov (File:Levitzky Lvov 1770.jpg) *'''Berthold Lubetkin''', pioneer of International style (International style (architecture)) in Britain (United Kingdom) *'''Nikolay Lvov''', polymath scientist and artist, adapted rammed earth technology for northern climate, pioneered HVAC technology, built Priory Palace in Gatchinathumb 90px Konstantin Melnikov (File:Melnikov.jpg) *'''Georg Johann Mattarnovy''', architect of Kunstkamera Michael was perceived as unremarkable, quiet and good-natured. e.g. "Misha keeps away from affairs of state, does not offer his opinions and, perhaps, hides behind the perception of him as a good-natured unremarkable boy": Grand Duke Constantine Constantinovich of Russia, quoted in Crawford and Crawford, p. 27 He performed the usual public duties expected of an heir to the throne. In 1901, he represented Russia at the funeral of Queen Victoria (Victoria of the United Kingdom), and was given the Order of the Bath. The following year he was made a Knight of the Garter in King Edward VII's (Edward VII of the United Kingdom) coronation (Coronation of the British monarch) honours. Crawford and Crawford, p. 26 In June 1902, Michael transferred to the Blue Cuirassier Regiment, and moved to Gatchina, where the regiment was based. Crawford and Crawford, pp. 47–48 Since coming of age, Michael had assumed financial independence and his assets included the largest sugar refinery in the country, capital amounting to millions of roubles, a collection of motor vehicles, and country estates at Otrovo in Russian Poland (Congress Poland) and Brasovo near Orel (Oryol). Crawford and Crawford, p. 48 Brasovo alone covered WikiPedia:Gatchina Commons:Category:Gatchina
the International style (International style (architecture)) of architecture; typical of the period between 1920 and 1950 International Building Style at Ontario Architecture while residential buildings from the 1850s use the Gothic Revival (Gothic Revival architecture) style of architecture. ''Architecture: Ontario New York'' at Thousand Islands Life The relatively tall buildings that came out of the "International" style (compared to the buildings that existed in Simcoe prior to the 1950s) were used in an attempt to make Simcoe into a more international destination for people to live, work, and admire. A couple of buildings in the downtown core even blend some "International" elements with that of the Art Deco style of architecture; bringing bright colors and illusions of rapid movement into the building design. The only operating alligator tugboat remaining in the world, the ''W.D. Stalker'', is located in Simcoe. Alligator of the North, Barrett Harry, and Clarence Coons Simcoe has its own radio station, CD 98.9, and two newspapers: The Simcoe Reformer and the NYCA Hub. CHCH-DT in Hamilton (Hamilton, Ontario) is the nearest broadcast television station along with CKCO-DT in Kitchener (Kitchener, Ontario) and CIII-DT (a Toronto station with a repeater in Paris (Paris, Ontario), Ontario). CHCH (channel 11 on Eastlink Cable - formerly Amtelecom Cable) is mostly a news channel while CKCO (CTV Two) and CIII (Global (Global Television Network)) offer a variety of entertainment choices during prime time (7 PM through 11 PM on weekdays). Major local festivals include the Rotary-sponsored Friendship Festival (Simcoe Rotary Friendship Festival), the Norfolk County Fair and Horse Show, and the winter light show of Panorama. Simcoe was one of the communities in Canada through which the Olympic torch travelled while going from its home base in Athens, Greece to Vancouver for the 21st Winter Olympic Games (2010 Winter Olympics) in Vancouver (Vancouver, British Columbia), British Columbia. The ''Simcoe Santa Claus Parade'' has been historically held on the weekend following Remembrance Day. During the heyday of this event in the 1950s, the entire town would stop operating for one afternoon for people to enjoy the festivities. . caption Historic images location Simcoe (Simcoe, Ontario), Ontario years_active 172 Summary Unlike the majority of Haldimand or Norfolk County, Nanticoke a highly industralized community. Its industries supply up to 4000MW of electric energy to Southern Ontario through the Nanticoke Generating Station. This community is southeast of Simcoe (Simcoe, Ontario) in neighbouring Norfolk County (Norfolk County, Ontario) and south of Brantford (Brantford, Ontario). Nanticoke's residential area is bordered on the west by the Nanticoke Industrial Park, home to the U. S. Steel Canada Lake Erie Works (Stelco Lake Erie Works) and a number of smaller businesses, including Nelson Steel, Charles Jones Industrial , ESM, and Air Products. The neighbouring Esso Refinery Nanticoke on the northeast, and the Nanticoke Generating Station on the southeast are not part of the Industrial Park land, although this is frequently confused due to their proximity.
in glass was constructed in Toledo. It was a building for the Owens-Illinois Glass Company and marked a milestone in architectural design (architecture) representative of the International style (International style (architecture)) of architecture, which was at that time becoming increasingly popular in the US. * The Imagination Station hands-on science museum (formerly COSI Toledo), located in downtown. * The Toledo Lucas County Public Library was 4-star rated for 2009 by the Library Journal, sixth among the biggest spending libraries in the United States. The Spanish citizens worked aboard U.S. ships between 1950 and 1998, and claim that they were exposed to asbestos dust and fibers from piping insulation produced by Owens-Illinois. The piping insulation was originally manufactured in Sayreville (w:Sayreville, New Jersey), Middlesex County (w:Middlesex County, New Jersey), and Berlin (w:Berlin, New Jersey), Camden County (w:Camden County, New Jersey), New Jersey. The workers say they suffer from diseases related to asbestos such as asbestosis (w:Asbestosis). Owens-Illinois has headquarters in Toledo, Ohio (w:Toledo, Ohio) and is a Delaware corporation (w:Delaware corporation).
schools, to local conditions, creating what is recognized as the largest concentration of buildings in the International Style (International style (architecture)) in the world. Commons:Category:Tel Aviv Wikipedia:Tel Aviv Dmoz:Regional Middle East Israel Localities Tel Aviv
of the Third Reich'', p. 416 Just as important was the influence of the 19th century English designer William Morris, who had argued that art should meet the needs of society and that there should be no distinction between form and function. ''Funk and Wagnall's New Encyclopaedia'', Vol 5, p. 348 Thus the Bauhaus style, also known as the International Style (International style (architecture)), was marked by the absence of ornamentation and by harmony between the function of an object or a building and its design. For many years, Germany (Weimar Republic) simply had no battleships. The Armistice with Germany (Armistice with Germany (Compiègne)) required that most of the High Seas Fleet be disarmed and interned in a neutral port; largely because no neutral port could be found, the ships remained in British custody in Scapa Flow, Scotland. The Treaty of Versailles specified that the ships should be handed over to the British. Instead, most of them were scuttled (scuttling) by their German crews on 21 June 1919 just before the signature of the peace treaty. The treaty also limited the German Navy, and prevented Germany from building or possessing any capital ships. Ireland, Bernard: ''Jane's War At Sea'', p. 118 Remembrance The Battle of Jutland was annually celebrated as a great victory by the right wing in Weimar Germany. This "victory" was used to repress the memory of the German navy's initiation of the German Revolution of 1918–1919, as well as the memory of the defeat in World War I in general. (The celebrations of the Battle of Tannenberg played a similar role in the Weimar Republic.) This is especially true for the city of Wilhelmshaven, where wreath-laying ceremonies and torch-lit parades were performed until the end of the 1960s. Götz: Remembering the Battle, p. 360 It was founded as a continuation of the Weimar (Weimar Republic)-era Catholic Bavarian People's Party. At the federal level, it forms a common 'CDU CSU' faction in the Bundestag with the CDU, which is frequently referred to as the Union faction (''die Unionsfraktion''). The CSU currently governs at the federal level with the CDU (Christian Democratic Union (Germany)) and FDP (Free Democratic Party (Germany)). In the state of Bavaria, the CSU governs in a coalition with the FDP (Free Democratic Party (Germany)). As part of the de-militarization of the Rhineland the fortifications had to be dismantled. This was taken as an opportunity to create two green belts (''Grüngürtel'') around the city by converting the fortifications and their clear fields of fire into large public parks. However this project was not completed until 1933. In 1919 the University of Cologne, closed by the French in 1798, was refounded. This re-foundation was considered a replacement for the loss of the German University of Strasbourg that became part of France with the rest of Alsace. Cologne prospered during the Weimar Republic (1919–1933) and progress was made especially in respect to public governance, city planning, housing and social affairs. Social housing projects were considered exemplary and copied by other German cities. As Cologne competed for hosting the Olympics a modern sports stadium was erected at Müngersdorf. When the British occupation ended, civil aviation was allowed once again and Cologne Butzweilerhof Airport soon became a hub for national and international air traffic: second in Germany only to Berlin Tempelhof Airport (Tempelhof International Airport). The punk subculture in the United States and United Kingdom was often hostile towards disco. Allmusic Disco Genre Jello Biafra of The Dead Kennedys, in the song "Saturday Night Holocaust", likened disco to the cabaret culture of Weimar (Weimar Republic)-era Germany for its apathy towards government policies and its escapism. Mark Mothersbaugh of Devo said that disco was "like a beautiful woman with a great body and no brains", and a product of political apathy of that era. DEVO and the evolution of The Wipeouters interview with MARK MOTHERSBAUGH Juice Magazine New Jersey rock critic Jim Testa wrote "Put a Bullet Through the Jukebox", a vitriolic screed attacking disco that was considered a punk call to arms. Nazi Germany branch 23px border (Image:War Ensign of Germany 1903-1918.svg) Reichsheer (German Army (German Empire)) 23px (Image:Flag of Weimar Republic (war).svg) Reichswehr 23px (File:Flag Schutzstaffel.svg) Waffen-SS First documented in the 13th century, Berlin became the capital of the Kingdom of Prussia (w:Kingdom of Prussia) (1701–1918), the German Empire (w:German Empire) (1871–1918), the Weimar Republic (w:Weimar Republic) (1919–33) and the Third Reich (w:Third Reich) (1933–45). Berlin in the 1920s (w:1920s Berlin) was the third largest municipality in the world. After World War II, the city, along with the German state, was divided - into East Berlin (w:East Berlin) — capital of the German Democratic Republic (w:German Democratic Republic), colloquially identified in English as East Germany — and West Berlin (w:West Berlin), a political exclave (w:exclave) (surrounded by the Berlin Wall (w:Berlin Wall) from 1961 to 1989) and a ''de facto'' (although not ''de jure'' (w:Allied Control Council)) state of the Federal Republic of Germany (w:Federal Republic of Germany), known colloquially in English as West Germany (w:West Germany) from 1949 to 1990. Following German reunification (w:German reunification) in 1990, the city was once more designated as the capital of all Germany. thumb right (File:Bundesarchiv Bild 183-S90733, Victor Klemperer.jpg) '''Victor Klemperer (w:Victor Klemperer)''' (9 October 1881 – 11 February 1960) worked as a commercial apprentice, a journalist and eventually a Professor of Literature, specialising in the French Enlightenment at the Technische Universität Dresden (w:Technische Universität Dresden). His diaries detailing his life under successive German states—the German Empire (w:German Empire), the Weimar Republic (w:Weimar Republic), Nazi Germany (w:Nazi Germany) and the German Democratic Republic (w:German Democratic Republic)—were published in 1995. thumb Liza Minnelli as Sally Bowles from the film ''Cabaret''. (File:Liza Minnelli Cabaret 1972 crop 3.jpg) '''''Cabaret (w:Cabaret (1972 film))''''' is a 1972 musical film (w:1972 in film) about a female girlie club entertainer in Weimar Republic (w:Weimar Republic) era Berlin who romances two men while the Nazi Party (w:Nazi Party) rises to power around them. :''Directed by Bob Fosse (w:Bob Fosse). Written by Jay Presson Allen (w:Jay Presson Allen), loosely based on the 1966 Broadway musical Cabaret (w:Cabaret (musical)) by Kander and Ebb (w:Kander and Ebb).''
as the '''Hospital Trust Tower''', is an international-style (International style (architecture)) skyscraper in the heart of downtown Providence (Providence, Rhode Island), Rhode Island. Although he grew up in Providence, Rhode Island and was long thought to have been born there, census records indicate that he was born somewhere in England and immigrated to the United States with his parents in 1879. '''U.S. Route 6''' is a major east–west road in the U.S. state of Rhode
rimutaka1880.html The '''Berhampore State Flats''' (also known as the Centennial Flats) at 493–507 Adelaide Road, Berhampore (Berhampore, New Zealand), Wellington, New Zealand, are an example of mass housing designed in the international style (international style (architecture)). The flats were designed by F. Gordon Wilson (1900–1959), chief architect at the Department of Housing Construction. Wikipedia:Wellington Dmoz:Regional Oceania New Zealand Wellington Wellington City Commons:Wellington
explored a synthesis of International style (International style (architecture)) modernism with native Mexican tradition. in private estates and residential development projects such as Jardines del Pedregal ''(English: Rocky Gardens)'' and the San Cristobal 'Los Clubes' Estates in Mexico City. photo: Fuente de los Amantes (:File:Fuente de los Amantes.JPG) In civic design the Torres de Satélite are urban sculptures of substantial dimensions in Naucalpan, Mexico
. The building was originally designed as a pair of 26-story towers, but was later transformed into a single 52-story, international style (International style (architecture)) tower. On September 19, 1985, the tower was able to resist the 8.1 earthquake that struck Mexico City (1985 Mexico City earthquake). It is said to be one of the strongest skyscrapers in the World, alongside World Trade Center México (former Hotel de México) and Torre Latinoamericana, to resist an 8+ Richter
, is reflected in the styles of his work, ranging from Nordic Classicism of the early work, to a rational International Style (International style (architecture)) Modernism during the 1930s to a more organic modernist style from the 1940s onwards. What is typical for his entire career, however, is a concern for design as a Gesamtkunstwerk, a ''total work of art''; whereby he - together with his first wife Aino Aalto - would design not just the building, but give special treatments
location Calgary, Alberta, Canada coordinates '''Scotia Centre''' is an office tower and three level retail mall in downtown Calgary, Alberta. Located at 700 2nd Street SW, it stands at 155 metres (509 feet) or 41 storeys tall and was built in international style (International style (architecture)).