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Core articles

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Articles

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  • Architecture [r]: The art and technique of designing and constructing buildings to fulfill both practical and aesthetic purposes. [e]
  • Architect [r]: An architect is a professional engaged in the art and science of designing buildings. [e]
  • Built environment [r]: The man-made surroundings that provide the setting for human activity. [e]
  • Natural environment [r]: A term that encompasses all living and non-living things occurring naturally on Earth or some region of Earth. [e]
  • Classical architecture [r]: Architecture in the tradition of ancient Greece or Rome or of the classical revival in 16th century Italy. [e]


High priority list

  1. Architect (10)
  2. Architectural theory (10)
  3. History of architecture (10) - Chronological
  4. Planning and urban design (10)
  5. Construction (10)
  6. Architectural practice (5)
  7. Construction contract (5)
  8. Building components (5)
  9. Modernism (architecture) (5)
  10. Gothic architecture (5)
  11. Architectural history (5) - the academic discipline
  12. Construction science and technology (5)
  13. Architectural design process(5)
  14. Le Corbusier (5)
  15. Frank Lloyd Wright (5)
  16. Cost planning (2)
  17. Andrea Palladio (2)
  18. Architectural practice (2)
  19. Construction contract (2)
  20. Filippo Brunelleschi (2)
  21. Colosseum (2)
  22. Great Pyramid of Giza (2)
  23. Basilica of Saint Denis, Paris (2)
  24. Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore, Florence "The Duomo" (2)
  25. Angkor Wat (2)
  26. Villa Savoye (2)
  27. Fallingwater, Pennsylvania (2)
  28. Notre Dame du Haut (2)
  29. Vault (architectural) (2)
  30. Classicism (architecture) (2)
  31. Constructivist architecture (2)
  32. Green architecture (2)
  33. Renaissance architecture (2)

  1. Skyscraper
  2. Arch
  3. Dome
  4. Seagram building, New York
  5. Vitruvius
  6. Walter Gropius
  7. Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
  8. Louis Kahn
  9. Frank Gehry
  10. Zaha Hadid
  11. Rem Koolhaas
  12. Eugène Emmanuel Viollet-le-Duc
  13. Antonio Sant'Elia
  14. Antonio Gaudi
  15. Hagia Sophia
  16. Machu Picchu
  17. Parthenon
  18. Pantheon, Rome
  19. Stonehenge
  20. Basilica of Saint Peter, Rome
  21. Forbidden City, Beijing
  22. Leaning Tower of Pisa
  23. Ise Shrine
  24. Palace of Westminster
  25. Villa Almerico-Capra (A.K.A. La Rotonda, Villa Rotunda, Villa La Rotonda, and Villa Almerico - by Palladio)
  26. Bauhaus, Dessau - the building rather than the 'school'
  27. Barcelona pavilion
  28. Sagrada Familia
  29. Chrysler Building, New York
  30. Farnsworth house
  31. Einstein Tower
  32. Robbie House
  33. Grand Central Station, New York

  1. Guggenheim Museum, New York
  2. Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao
  3. Empire State Building
  4. Sydney Opera House
  5. World Trade Center, New York
  6. House
  7. Museum
  8. Gallery
  9. Airport
  10. Railway station
  11. Office
  12. Temple
  13. School
  14. Hospital
  15. Foundation (architectural)
  16. Floor (architectural)
  17. Envelope (architectural)
  18. Wall
  19. Curtain wall
  20. Window
  21. Roof
  22. Tower
  23. Architectural revivalism
  24. The battle of the styles
  25. Baroque architecture
  26. Gothic revival architecture - may include the 'gothic survival'
  27. Bauhaus history and influence of the school
  28. De Stijl
  29. Mannerist architecture
  30. Architectural award
  31. Cost control
  32. Building code
  33. Arbitration (architectural)

Architects

  1. Vitruvius
  2. Le Corbusier
  3. Frank Lloyd Wright
  4. Walter Gropius
  5. Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
  6. Alvar Aalto
  7. Andrea Palladio
  8. Filippo Brunelleschi
  9. Gottfried Semper
  10. John Soane
  11. John Vanbrugh
  12. Christopher Wren
  13. A.N. Pugin
  14. Inigo Jones
  15. Renzo Piano
  16. Frank Gehry
  17. Zaha Hadid
  18. Daniel Libeskind
  19. Alison and Peter Smithson
  20. Ernő Goldfinger
  21. László Moholy-Nagy
  22. Louis Kahn
  23. Claude Nicolas Ledoux
  24. Eugène Emmanuel Viollet-le-Duc
  25. El Lissitzky
  26. Antonio Sant'Elia
  27. Antonio Gaudi
  28. Victor Horta
  29. Adolf Loos
  30. Charles Rennie Mackintosh
  31. Imhotep
  32. Mario Botta
  33. Oscar Niemeyer

Buildings

Ancient

  1. Colosseum
  2. Great Pyramid of Giza
  3. Hagia Sophia
  4. Machu Picchu
  5. Parthenon
  6. Pantheon, Rome
  7. Stonehenge

Historic

  1. Basilica of Saint Denis, Paris
  2. Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore, Florence "The Duomo"
  3. Basilica of Saint Peter, Rome
  4. Crystal Palace
  5. Forbidden City, Beijing
  6. Leaning Tower of Pisa
  7. Palace of Westminster
  8. Taj Mahal
  9. Villa Almerico-Capra (A.K.A. La Rotonda, Villa Rotunda, Villa La Rotonda, and Villa Almerico - by Palladio)

Modern

  1. Bauhaus, Dessau - the building rather than the 'school'
  2. Villa Savoye
  3. Barcelona pavilion
  4. Casa Mila, Barcelona
  5. Sagrada Familia
  6. Chrysler Building, New York
  7. Farnsworth house
  8. Fallingwater, Pennsylvania
  9. Einstein Tower
  10. Centre Georges Pompidou
  11. Robbie House
  12. Grand Central Station, New York
  13. Guggenheim Museum, New York
  14. Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao
  15. Johnson Wax Building, Wisconsin
  16. Notre Dame du Haut
  17. Seagram building, New York
  18. Empire State Building
  19. Sears Tower
  20. Sydney Opera House
  21. World Trade Center, New York

Building types

  1. House
  2. Museum
  3. Gallery
  4. Skyscraper
  5. Airport
  6. Railway station
  7. Shopping mall
  8. Apartment
  9. Office
  10. Library
  11. School
  12. Hospital

Building components

  1. Building components
  2. Foundation (architectural)
  3. Floor (architectural)
  4. Wall
  5. Envelope (architectural)
  6. Curtain wall
  7. Window
  8. Roof
  9. Arch
  10. Dome
  11. Tower
  12. Vault (architectural)
    1. Rib vault quadripartite and sexpartite
      1. Lierne vault
      2. Fan vault
    2. Barrel vault
    3. Groin vault
    4. Shell vault
  13. Architectural order corinthian, doric ionic etc. rather than Architectural ordering principles
    1. Corinthian order
    2. Ionic order
    3. Doric order
    4. Tuscan order
    5. Composite order
  14. Entablature
  15. Plinth

Planning and urban design

  1. Planning and urban design

Structures

  1. Aswan Dam
  2. Bridge
  3. Canal
  4. Dam
  5. Eiffel Tower

Movements and styles

  1. Architectural revivalism
  2. The battle of the styles
  3. Modernism (architecture)
  4. Classicism (architecture)
  5. Baroque architecture
  6. Gothic architecture
  7. Gothic revival architecture - may include the 'gothic survival'
  8. Constructivist architecture
  9. Expressionist architecture
  10. De Stijl
  11. Mannerist architecture
  12. Renaissance architecture

Architectural profession

  1. Architect
  2. Royal institue of British architects
  3. American institute of architects

Practice and management

  1. Architectural practice
  2. Brief (architectural)
  3. Architectural communication

Education

  1. Architectural education

Awards, Prizes and publications

  1. Pritzker Prize
  2. Stirling Prize
  3. Aga Khan Award for Architecture
  4. Architect's Journal
  5. Learning from Las Vegas
  6. Vers une architecture
  7. De architectura
  8. I Quattro Libri dell'Architettura
  9. The Seven Lamps of Architecture

Project management and cost control

  1. Architectural design process
  2. Cost planning
  3. Cost control
  4. Elemental cost planning
  5. Critical path analysis
  6. RIBA plan of work

Construction

  1. Construction
    1. Construction science and technology
      1. Architectural acoustics
      2. Thermal analysis (architectural)
      3. Material science (architectural)
      4. Fire engineering
      5. Structural engineering
      6. Green building design - for want of a better title for 'environmental/green/eco-sensitive/sustainable design.
      7. Building environmental science heating, air con etc.
        1. Building services engineering
      8. Building defects
        1. Dry rot
        2. Wet rot
        3. Subsidence
        4. Settlement (architectural)
        5. Death watch beetle
        6. Rising damp (architectural)
      9. Piped services
      10. Heating, ventilation and air-conditioning
  2. Construction systems
  3. Construction trades

Architectural law and regulation

  1. Building code
  2. Construction contract
    1. Arbitration (architectural)
  3. Collateral warranty

Related disciplines

  1. Planning and urban design
  2. Civil engineering
  3. Structural engineering
  4. Environmental engineering
  5. Service engineering
  6. Landscape architecture
  7. Naval architecture