architectonically love



from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In an architectonic manner; according to true structural principles or fitness.


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  • Critique of Pure Reason must sketch the whole plan architectonically, that is, from principles, with a full guarantee for the validity and stability of all the parts which enter into the building.

    The Critique of Pure Reason

  • There's still a species of figurative painter who travels to exotic locales and rather accurately depicts what he sees there in architectonically sturdy urban compositions, muted colors and cautious brushstrokes.

    The Edge of a New Frontier

  • As implied in the inscription above the threshold, these traditions remained distinct for the Urbino court yet reconciled by the image of Augustine's City of God. 24 The "use" of the Cappella del Perdono and Tempietto delle Muse is thus highly symbolic; their adjacency enables, architectonically, a resolution of forms of wisdom that were widely regarded as contradictory.

    Architecture and Memory: The Renaissance Studioli of Federico da Montefeltro

  • What's glass-covered and architectonically gothic and smooth as black ice?

    PC World


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