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- adv. in an architectural manner
- adv. regarding architecture
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an architectural manner; with regard to architectural principles; from an architectural point of view.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with regard to architecture
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The lounge and study area on the first floor are less minimalist, softer spaces but remain architecturally connected to the more contemporary and ‘public’ ground floor.
But, if no change in the social structure is desired, neither can San Miguel change architecturally from the historical colonial character that distinguishes it.
Developers would like a chance to rehab the 89-year-old building, and preservationists made an impassioned plea to keep a building they call architecturally and historically unique to Chicago.
I was in Abuja in Nigeria, which I see that Ms. Griswold characterizes as architecturally dull.
You can see architecturally, that is very much a contemporary design there that would be soaring in downtown Los Angeles -- downtown New York.
It took a mere sixty minutes to architecturally restore the sacred here.
It is the only (architecturally) purely Gothic church in Bamberg.
Detroit and Windsor have numerous architecturally significant churches that are ideal for such a tour.
Free-standing altars generally, and particularly those of smaller dimensions, are well served by it, both architecturally and liturgically.
In many of the previous photographs shown upon the NLM, one will clearly note that the Oratory chapel is fairly simple architecturally, being in temporary circumstances at present: