Kenzō Tange

, Amsterdam), a reference to the architectural movement known as Dutch Structuralism. Influenced from an early age by the Swiss modernist, Le Corbusier, Tange gained international recognition in 1949 when he won the competition for the design of Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park. He was a member of CIAM (Congres Internationaux d'Architecture Moderne) in the 1950s. He did not join the group of younger CIAM architects known as Team X (Team 10), though his 1960 Tokyo Bay plan was influential for Team

project was a seventeen-hectare (42-acre) development set in Tokyo's Hibiya Park. Stewart (1987), p. 171 Early career After graduating from the university, Tange started to work as an architect at the office of Kunio Maekawa. During his employment, he travelled to Manchuria, participating in an architectural design competition for a bank, and toured Japanese-occupied Jehol (Jehol Province) on his return. When

the Second World War started, he left Maekawa to rejoin the University of Tokyo as a postgraduate student. He developed an interest in urban design, and referencing only the resources available in the university library, he embarked on a study of Greek and Roman marketplaces. In 1942, Tange entered a competition for the design of the Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere Memorial Hall. He was awarded first prize for a design that would have been situated


Historic Filipinotown, Los Angeles

first ever Award of Design Excellence for public art. The mural was likewise featured in Los Angeles County Museum's 'Made in California: Art, Image and Identity 1900-200' as well as the Smithsonian Institution's travelling exhibition celebrating 100 years of Filipino migration to the USA called 'Singgalot (The Ties That Bind): From Colonial Subjects to Citizens'.

pro_eventcalendar.htm publisher New Americans Museum, San Diego The mural was painted by then 22-year old artist Eliseo Art Silva while a junior attending Otis College of Art and Design.

heritage mural at the Beverly Union Park url http: www.you-are-here.com mural filipino.html According to the artist, "...the mural encapsulates 5,000 years of Filipino and Filipino American history; the design is divided into two parts: the first is historical (represented by the outline of a fish at sea), leading up to the awakening of Filipino national and political consciousness; the second part is dominated by a huge bird (sarimanok) with significant Filipino-Americans


Whittier, Minneapolis

(Minnesota) Interstate 35W on the east, Lake Street (Lake Street (Minneapolis)) on the south, and Lyndale Avenue on the west. It is known for many diverse restaurants, coffee shops and Asian markets, especially along Nicollet Avenue ("Eat Street"). The neighborhood is also home to the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, the Minneapolis College of Art and Design, and the Children's Theatre Company. While the neighborhood is officially part of the greater Powderhorn

great_streets_case_studies.pdf Corridor Revitalization, Minneapolis Case Studies 2005? ;Whittier urban plans * Holt, Wexler, Farnam 1995 Whittier Alliance Organizational Assessment. 3 17 95. *Minneapolis City Planning Commission. 1960. Comprehensive Planning for the Whittier Neighborhood. Minneapolis, MN: City of Minneapolis Planning Commission. *Minneapolis Department of Planning and Development 1976 Whittier East Design Study. Minneapolis. *Team 70 Architects 1977 Whittier urban

design framework. Minneapolis. *Whittier Alliance 1978 Whittier Urban Design Framework: program implementation guide. Minneapolis. *McNamara, John 1979 Whittier Alliance Program Activities Year 2 Action Plan. Minneapolis. *McNamera, John, Ranae Hanson, and Dayton-Hudson Foundation 1981 Partners. Minneapolis: Dayton-Hudson. *Minneapolis Planning Department, NRP 1991 Whittier: planning information base. Minneapolis MN: Office of city coordinator. *


Severodvinsk

convoys of World War II Russia Russian Navy Commander-in-Chief Admiral Vladimir Masorin officially stated on June 23, 2007, that the Navy was considering the specifications of a new nuclear aircraft carrier design Lenta. Ru newssite

on 5 March 2010 the boat was dismantled at Sevmash, the only facility capable of handling the titanium hull. In an unusual move, the scrapping was performed with the reactors and nuclear fuel still on board, as no provisions had been made in the design for the reactor's

removal. The scrapping also began before the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) chose an international consultant for the fuel's unloading. * Szolnok, Hungary thumb left Scheme of the Mike class (File:Mike class SSN.svg) The Project 685 was designed by the Rubin Design Bureau in response


Integrated urban water management in Medellín, Colombia

and implemented by a former city mayor and a former director of urban projects with a philosophy of using design and architecture to address some of the city's problems. Geography and climate Medellín is located in the Northwest region of Colombia

water resources. Land Development Law No. 41 in 1993 included decrees Nos. 1278 and 2135 with the aim of growing private investment in the irrigation sector while reducing public intervention. The Law incorporates users’ participation in design, building, and posterior operation and maintenance (O&M) by establishing a water fee which includes a fraction of the total costs. Response to challenges Water Management Plan There is a '''Water Management Plan''' of the Aburrá-Medellín

river basin that is being implemented by the Medellín government's office of Metropolitan development in the Aburrá-Medellín valley (''Area Metropolitana del Valle de Aburrá''). The plan is composed of the following items: i) design and construction of sewerage in the Girardota municipality; ii) design and construction of sanitation interceptors for the Medellín River in the Caldes municipality; iii) cleanup of small tributaries in the Aburra-Medellín valley through proper handling of domestic


Marshall Space Flight Center

Apollo moon program . Marshall has been the agency's lead center for Space Shuttle propulsion and its external tank (Space Shuttle external tank); payloads and related crew training; International Space Station (ISS) design and assembly; and computers, networks, and information management. Located on the Redstone Arsenal near Huntsville, Alabama, MSFC is named in honor of General of the Army (General of the Army (United States)) George Marshall. The center also contains

the Hubble Space Telescope and the Chandra X-ray Observatory are made possible in part by the people and facilities at Marshall. The Center was not only responsible for the design, development, and construction of these telescopes, but it is also now home to the only facility in the world for testing large telescope mirrors in a space-simulated environment. Preliminary work has started on a Hubble successor, the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST); this will be the largest primary mirror ever

by the contractor. The defect was found when the telescope was in orbit. The design was such that repairs were possible, and three maintenance missions were flown in Shuttles during the 1990s. Another servicing mission (STS-109) was flown on March 1, 2002. Each mission resulted in considerable improvements, with the images receiving world-wide attention from astronomers as well as the public. Based on the success of earlier maintenance missions, NASA decided to have a fifth service mission to Hubble


Midtown Atlanta

is marked by its cultural attractions, institutions of higher education, noteworthy architecture, and urban layout. The district is the center of the city's arts scene that includes the Fox Theatre (Fox Theatre (Atlanta, Georgia)), Woodruff Arts Center, the High Museum of Art, the Museum of Design Atlanta, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, the Center for Puppetry Arts, and the 14th Street Playhouse. Midtown is also home to three well known institutions of higher education

: Georgia Institute of Technology, John Marshall Law School (John Marshall Law School (Atlanta)), and the Atlanta division of the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD). Midtown contains about one-third of the city's high-rises and some of Atlanta's most iconic buildings, such as the Bank of America Plaza (Bank of America Plaza (Atlanta)), AT&T Midtown Center, One Coca-Cola Plaza (Coca-Cola headquarters), Atlantic Center (One Atlantic Center), and 1180 Peachtree. Midtown

the next 40 years, Peters slowly subdivided sections of these land lots off for a gridded residential area and built his own home there on Peachtree at 4th Street. His son, Edward, built his home on the block bounded by North Avenue, Piedmont Avenue (Piedmont Avenue (Atlanta)), Ponce de Leon Avenue, and Myrtle Street. The home, now called Ivy Hall, was restored by the Savannah College of Art & Design in 2008 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.


Lidingö

, Flysta and Farsta, as well as some of the suburbs mentioned above, have a majority of ethnic Swedes (Swedish ethnic group). * 1896: Octave Chanute and Augustus Moore Herring co-design the Chanute-Herring Biplane. "Each 16-foot (4.9-meter) wing was covered with varnished silk. The pilot hung from two bars that ran down from the upper wings and passed under his arms. This plane was originally flown at Dune Park (Indiana Dunes State Park), Indiana, about sixty miles

from Chanute's home in Chicago, as a triplane on August 29, 1896, but was found to be unwieldy. Chanute and Herring removed the lowest of the three wings, which vastly improved its gliding ability. In its flight on September 11, it flew 256 feet (78 meters)." It influenced the design of later aircraft, setting the pattern for a number of years. Stephen Garber, "Octave Chanute—A Champion of Aviation

are still in use. Sundbybergs Museum He was the first to test his design in a wind tunnel and the first to build a hangar. Arlanda Flygsamlingar The reasons for failure include poor wing and propeller design and, allegedly, that he was afraid of heights. * 1898: Wurlitzer


Tula, Russia

of the herbarium collection, becoming Director in 1869. DATE OF BIRTH 1827-11-23 PLACE OF BIRTH Tula (Tula, Russia), Russia DATE OF DEATH 1891-02-16 Development Development of the AGS-17 (''Avtomatischeskyi Granatmyot Stankovyi'' - Automatic Grenade launcher, Mounted), had been started in the USSR in 1967 by the OKB-16 design bureau (now known as the KBP Instrument Design Bureau, located in the city of Tula (Tula, Russia)). Most probably its development

) was invented in 1870 in Tula (Tula, Russia) on the design of Russian musician Nikolay Beloborodov (:ru:Белобородов, Николай Иванович). It was a unisonoric (like bayan (bayan (accordion)) or piano accordion) diatonic accordion but on the right keyboard there was also two or three chromatic buttons, usually g 1 ♯, d 2 ♯, f 2 ♯, so hence the name ''khromka'' came as it was virtually chromatic. It became the most popular and widely

by the Tsar's police, spent six months in prison, and was exiled to Vologda. The '''PP-93''' submachine gun was developed in the 1990s at the ''KBP Instrument Design Bureau'' in Tula (Tula, Russia) as a non-folding version of earlier PP-90 clandestine submachine gun, for use by security and law enforcement units. It is operated on blowback principle and has good controllability of full automatic fire. The Steppe Military District


Da Lat

paradise-by-the-dashboard-light work Air Canada enroute publisher Air Canada enRoute accessdate 22 September 2012 author Samantha Coomber date 1 January 2008 The station’s unique design—with its roofs, arching ceiling, and coloured glass windows—earned it recognition as a national historical monument in 2001.

of Charity, were built in 1938 with a similar pointed-roof style. thumb left 200px Hang Nga guesthouse Hằng Nga guesthouse (File:HangNgaCrazyHouse1.jpg) is decorated with twisting organic forms. Of particular note is the unconventional architecture of the Hằng Nga guesthouse (Hang Nga guesthouse), popularly known as the “Crazy House”. Described as a “fairy tale house”, its overall design resembles a giant banyan tree, incorporating sculptured design elements representing natural forms

such as animals, mushrooms, spider webs and caves. Its architecture, consisting of complex, organic, non-rectilinear shapes, has been described as expressionist (Expressionist architecture). Its creator, Vietnamese architect Dang Viet Nga (also known as Hằng Nga), who holds a PhD in architecture from Moscow State University, has acknowledged the inspiration of Catalan (Catalan people) Spanish (Spanish people) architect Antoni Gaudí in the building’s design. Visitors have variously


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