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Uvod u gramatiku engleskog jezika. Osnovni principi engleskog jezika. ETYM Latin architectura, from architectus: An architectural product or work. The discipline dealing with the principles of design and construction and ornamentation of fine buildings.

The profession of designing buildings and environments with consideration for their esthetic effect. Art of designing structures.

The term covers the design of the visual appearance of structures; their internal arrangements of space; selection of external and internal building materials; design or selection of natural and artificial lighting systems, as well as mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems; and design or selection of decorations and furnishings. Architectural style may emerge from evolution of techniques and styles particular to a culture in a given time period with or without identifiable individuals as architects, or may be attributed to specific individuals or groups of architects working together on a project.

Little remains of the earliest forms of architecture, but archeologists have examined remains of prehistoric sites and documented villages of wooden-post buildings with above-ground construction of organic materials mud or wattle and daub from the Upper Paleolithic, Mesolithic, and Neolithic periods in Asia, the Middle East, Europe, and the Americas. More extensive remains of stone-built structures have given clues to later Neolithic farming communities as well as to the habitations, storehouses, and religious and civic structures of early civilizations.

The best documented are those of ancient Egypt, where exhaustive work in the 19th and 20th centuries revealed much about both ordinary buildings and monumental structures, such as the pyramid tombs near modern Cairo and the temple and tomb complexes concentrated at Luxor and Thebes. The basic forms of Classical architecture evolved in Greece between the 16th and 2nd centuries bc. A hallmark was the post-and-lintel construction of temples and public structures, classified into the Doric, Ionic, and Corinthian orders and defined by simple, scrolled, or acanthus-leaf capitals for support columns.

The Romans copied and expanded on Greek Classical forms, notably introducing bricks and concrete and developing the vault, arch, and dome for public buildings and aqueducts. This form of architecture developed primarily in the Eastern Roman Empire from the 4th century, with its center at Byzantium later named Constantinople, now Istanbul. It is dominated by the arch and dome, with the Classical orders reduced in importance.


Its arhitekonski notable features are churches, some very arhitektonsji, based on the Greek cross plan Hagia Sophia, Istanbul; St Mark’s, Venicewith formalized painted and mosaic decoration.

Translation glossary: Ivanin arhitektonski recnik

This developed from the 8th century, when the Islamic religion spread from its center in the Middle East west to Spain and east to China and parts of the Philippine Islands. Notable features are the development of the arhitektonsi with dome and the pointed arch. This style flourished in Western European Christianity from the 10th to the 12th centuries.

It is marked by churches with massive walls for structural integrity, rounded arches, small windows, and resulting dark volumes of interior space. In England the style is generally referred to as Norman architecture an example is Durham Cathedral.

Romanesque enjoyed a renewal of interest in Europe and the us in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Gothic architecture emerged out of Romanesque.

The development of the pointed arch and flying buttress made it possible to change from thick supporting walls to lighter curtain walls with extensive expansion of window areas and stained-glass artwork and resulting increases in interior light.

Gothic architecture was developed mainly in France from the 12th to 16th centuries. Gothic was also developed extensively in Germany and neighboring countries and in Italy. The 15th and 16th centuries in Europe saw the rebirth of Classical form and motifs in the Italian Neo-Classical movement.


Classicism, or Arhitektknski as it is also known, has been popular in the us from recmik 18th century, as evidenced in much of the civic and commercial architecture since the time of the early republic the us Capitol and Supreme Court buildings in Washington; many state capitols. European architecture of the 17th and 18th centuries elaborated on Classical models with exuberant and extravagant decoration.

There were numerous practitioners in France and the German-speaking countries, and notably in Vienna. This architecture extends the Baroque style with an even greater extravagance of design motifs, using a new lightness of detail and naturalistic elements, such as shells, flowers, and trees. European architecture of the 18th and 19th centuries again focused on the more severe Classical idiom inspired by archeological findsproducing, for example, the large-scale rebuilding of London by Robert Adam and John Nash and later of Paris by Georges Haussman.


This architecture arising at the end of the 19th century countered Neo-Gothic, using sinuous, flowing shapes for buildings, room plans, and interior design.

This style of architecture, referred to as the Modern Movement, began in the with the Vienna School and the German Bauhaus and was also developed in the us, Scandinavia, and France. With Functionalism as its central precept, its hallmarks are the use of spare line and form, an emphasis on rationalism, and the elimination of ornament.

It makes great use of technological advances in materials such as glass, steel, and concrete and of construction techniques that allow flexibility of design. Modern architecture has furthered the notion of the planning of extensive multibuilding projects and of whole towns or communities.

This architecture emerged in aruitektonski us, Japan, and Europe in the s, with one trend toward high-tech forms and another reverting back to using simplified or geometric elements from earlier styles to decorate traditional forms. The branch of engineering recnij with the design and construction of such public works as dams or bridges.

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Branch of engineering that is concerned with the construction of roads, bridges, aqueducts, waterworks, tunnels, canals, irrigation works, and harbors. The term is thought to have been used for the first time by British engineer John Smeaton in about 17to distinguish civilian from military engineering projects.

The physical construction or design of a computer system and its components. The data-handling capacity of a microprocessor. The design of application software incorporating protocols and the means for expansion and interfacing with other programs.

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