CZ Talk:Architecture Workgroup

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Why is Nail (engineering) considered a high priority Architecture article? --Russ McGinn 05:17, 30 January 2007 (CST)

I've made a start at a priority list - any comments? --Russ McGinn 06:16, 24 September 2007 (CDT)

any active authors/editors? --Russ McGinn 07:38, 26 September 2007 (CDT)
No but you're doing a good job. I'm trying to do the same in biology. You might want to raid wikipedia for red link items. I have noticed they like to keep very comprehensivce lists on all manner of topics. Chris Day (talk) 07:58, 26 September 2007 (CDT)

Moved from CZ:Core Articles

  1. Architect
  2. History of architecture - Chronological
  3. Architectural history - the academic discipline
  4. Architectural theory
  5. Building science
  6. Construction
  7. Project management
  8. Landscape architecture
  9. Modernism (architecture)
  10. Classicism (architecture)
  11. Baroque architecture
  12. Palladianism
  13. Gothic architecture
  14. Gothic revival (architecture)
  15. Bauhaus history and influence of the school not the buildings
  16. De Stijl
  17. Constructivist architecture
  18. Rationalism (architecture)
  19. Futurism (architecture)
  20. Postmodernism (architecture)
  21. Critical regionalism
  22. Archigram
  23. Rem Koolhaas
  24. Charles Jencks
  25. Expressionist architecture --Russ McGinn 11:48, 25 September 2007 (CDT)
  26. Colin Rowe
  27. Banister Fletcher
  28. Richard Rogers (architect)
  29. Norman Foster (architect)
  30. Brick
  31. Rib vault
  32. Timber
  33. Dry rot

  1. Colosseum
  2. Great Pyramid of Giza
  3. Hagia Sophia
  4. Parthenon
  5. Pantheon, Rome
  6. Basilica of Saint Denis, Paris
  7. Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore, Florence
  8. Basilica of Saint Peter, Rome
  9. Buckingham Palace
  10. Forbidden City, Beijing
  11. Leaning Tower of Pisa
  12. Palace of Westminster
  13. Bauhaus, Dessau - the building rather than the 'school'
  14. Barcelona pavilion
  15. Sagrada Familia, Barcelona
  16. Chrysler Building, New York
  17. Farnsworth house
  18. Fallingwater, Pennsylvania
  19. Einstein Tower
  20. Centre Georges Pompidou
  21. Robbie House
  22. Grand Central Station, New York
  23. Guggenheim Museum, New York
  24. Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao
  25. Johnson Wax Building, Wisconsin
  26. Notre Dame du Haut
  27. Seagram building, New York
  28. Empire State Building
  29. Sears Tower
  30. Sydney Opera House
  31. Villa Savoye
  32. World Trade Center, New York


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

We need to hone this list to give a better overview and include more abstract (but also more familiar) concepts. Suggest we thrash out the 'high priority' list over here to include 99 topics and then post it back to CZ:Core Articles when we have it agreed. --Russ McGinn 07:59, 26 September 2007 (CDT)