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An Architectural Pocket Dictionary (A-J)

An Architectural Pocket Dictionary (A-J)

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Adaptive Re-use: (noun) - Removing soiled linens and empty colt 45 bottles prior to leasing a building to creative professionals.

Agora: (noun) – The fear of Architecture in public places.

Amphitheatre: (noun) – Large crowds in seating organized by their dislike of classical music.

Arcade: (noun) – Corridors lined with repetitive video games.

Architect: (noun) – An effete bon vivant with a drawing problem.

Architecture: (noun) – Load bearing walls plus optimism.

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Cite: Jody Brown. "An Architectural Pocket Dictionary (A-J)" 03 Oct 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/173495/an-architectural-pocket-dictionary-a-j/> ISSN 0719-8884
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