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Library, historical area of Bucharest, Florence Competition 2010

A modern architecture insertion into an old neighbourhood

The new building is being born on the right and left side of the old one and creates a contemporary bridge between the past and the present. A passage has been added, that is piercing the heart of the centre and creates an easy bond between two important old streets.

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Architecture history

The history of architecture traces the changes in architecture through various traditions, regions, overarching stylistic trends, and dates. The branches of architecture are civil, sacred, naval, military, and landscape architecture.

Architecture history includes: Neolithic architecture, Antiquity (Ancient Mesopotamia, Ancient Egyptian architecture, Greek architecture, Roman architecture, Byzantine architecture, Persian architecture), Islamic architecture, African architecture, Indian architecture, Buddhist architecture, Indonesian architecture, Oceanic architecture, Chinese architecture, Korean architecture, Japanese architecture, Pre-Columbian (Mesoamerican architecture, Incan architecture, Ancient architecture of North America), Europe to 1600 (Medieval architecture, Pre-Romanesque, Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance architecture), European and colonial architecture (Baroque architecture, Return to Classicism, Revivalism and Orientalism, Beaux-Arts architecture, Art Nouveau, Early Modern architecture, Expressionist architecture, Art Deco, International Style, Contemporary architecture, Modern architecture, Critical regionalism, Postmodern architecture, Deconstructivist architecture), Architecture in the 21st century.

Today's designers have begun along a radically different path, inspired in part by nature. This new generation of architects has a vision of buildings which do more than shelter us: they will nourish us, keep us healthy, help maintain mood, and boost productivity. Working inside such a building will be a pleasure. The relationship between humans and buildings would, in effect, benefit from a kind of synergy, with the building taking an active interest in our well-being.

3D modeling

3D modeling is the process of developing a mathematical representation of any three-dimensional surface of an object via specialized software.

Here are 6 industries that use 3D modeling software: Entertainment, Gaming, Architecture, Publishing, Advertising and Marketing, Geology and Science.

Sources: Wikipedia; Bright Hub Engineering; Wikipedia; Steves Digicams

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