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Autonomous University of sinaloa

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P2-Glossary of Words, Concepts_W6
Autonomous University of Sinaloa
Faculty of Architecture Bachelor of Architecture

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L.D.G Tania Sarahi Ramirez Flores
Arredondo Flores Angel Ivan
Garcia Lopez Grecia
Sanchez Garcia Rosa
Yuriar Madueño Michelle

Arredondo Flores Angel
Garcia Lopez Grecia
*concepts
*Facade: The facade is the face of a work.
*Decorations: decoration has many complex aspects to analyze.
*Stained glass: Structure of crystals, usually colored, with fine decorations placed in a window or a door that closes it or is part of it.
*Quality: quality is a basic and important tool for any type of construction
*Construction: process that involves the assembly of anything, from things considered more basic as a house, buildings, etc.
*Wooden poles: Element that is placed vertically and serves as a support or signal.
*Topography: Technique that consists of describing and representing in a plane the surface or relief of a land.
*AutoCAD: is a computer-aided design software that is used for 2D drawing and 3D modeling.
Sanchez Garcia Rosa
P2-Skimming. Word Document _W7
Arredondo Flores Angel
Garcia Lopez Grecia
"H.A.B.S. - Historic American Buildings Survey and the integration of new technology" Skimming the text speaks that American Buildings Survey was created in 1933 under President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s New Deal to provide much-needed work for architects, photographers, and historians, who documented America’s built environment at a key moment in modernization and nationalization.
HABS was the first great help for historical preservation at the national level, it was tested in different areas, in addition, strategies were created that were tested in different fields, some of them are the topography of contextual information and the establishment of national standards for the documentation. It records more than 500,000 drawings, photographs and stories from more than 41,000 historical structures and sites dating from pre-Columbian times to the 21st century. The United States Secretary of the Interior sets forth a series of Standards and Guidelines for the documentation of historic buildings to be acceptable for inclusion in the HABS Collection in the Library of Congress. The documentations may be in the form of measured drawings, large format black and white photographs, large format color transparencies, written histories, and field records. The Standards specify: “1) Documentation shall adequately explicate and illustrate what is significant or valuable about the historic building, site, structure, or object being documented; 2) Documentation shall be prepared accurately from reliable sources with limitations clearly stated to permit independent verification of the information 3) Documentation shall be prepared on materials that are readily reproducible, durable, and in standard sizes; 4) Documentation shall be
clearly and concisely produced. 5) Site Assessment and Planning Considerations have to be made for transportation whether the site is down the street, in the next town over, or in another country all together. Each building site presents unique challenges in access. If the building is in use at the time of the field work, coordination with user’s schedule is essential. Our ARC 518 class took a small caravan of aircraft to North Eleuthra. Of course, they also acquire an understanding of the urban design and architecture concepts relevant to tropical urban sites, including: block structure, building typology, structural systems, spatial relationships, circulation, ventilation, concentration, arrangement, composition, and assembly building materials, etc. In some cities, priority has always been given to stru ctures that are deteriorating, that is why we have an investigation on the types of buildings that fall into this category because we want to maintain a good number of buildings with a great architectural value; On the other hand, we talk about the documentation of some buildings that constitute a part of the work produced by the students of the School of Architecture.
Sanchez Garcia Rosa
Yuriar Madueño Michelle
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Yuriar Madueño Michelle
-structural system: refers to the load-resisting sub-system of a building or object.
-building typology: refers to the study and documentation of a set of buildings.
-building typology: refers to the study and documentation of a set of buildings. -structural system: refers to the load-resisting sub-system of a building or object. -circulation: movement to and fro or around something, especially that of fluid in a closed system. -ventilation: the provision of fresh air to a room. -arrangement: the action, process, or result of arranging or being arranged. -composition: the nature of something's ingredients or constituents assembly. -fences: a barrier, railing, or other upright structure, typically of wood or wire. -gates: a hinged barrier used to close an opening in a wall, fence, or hedge. -facades: the face of a building, especially the principal front that looks onto a street or open space.
" H.A.B.S. - Historic American Buildings Survey and the integration of new technology"
This advanced drawing and research course covers the documentation guidelines for the Historic American Buildings Survey, the Historic American Buildings Survey was created in 1933, the effort provided an invaluable historical record of sociological, technological, and design development as well as art, information, and inspiration for Americans of that time and ours.
At the University of Miami, the School of Architecture offers students to earn a certificate in Historic Preservation, students acquire the ability to analyze and assess historic sites for documentation, create detailed field notes, and produce measured drawings that follow National Park Service Standards for submission to the Library of Congress, they also acquire an understanding of urban and architectural design concepts relevant to tropical urban sites.
Shoreland Arcade
Built during the 1920’s building boom in Downtown Miami, the Shoreland Arcade was to be the home of the Shoreland Building Company, without the corner properties, the building design cleverly yielded more valuable store frontage by integrating internal arcades through the block, the 30,000 sf area of the upper floor
was illuminated by light wells and originally generous office spaces along the double loaded corridor were subdivided into a labyrinth of small dark spaces.
Gesu Catholic Church
The first Catholic Church in Miami was founded in 1896. The first structure was not able to accommodate the growing Catholic parish of the bustling town and by the 1920’s a new larger church was built in its place. The design of the church reflected the urban character of its site: pressed up to the corner of the block, setback from its neighboring building just enough to illuminate the large German- made stained glass windows, and raised half a floor to accommodate a basement. The Jesuit community in Miami surged with the arrival of Cuban exiles and rejuvenated the parish although the neighborhood as a whole deteriorated as the city’s suburbs expanded westward.

The United States Secretary of the Interior sets forth a series of Standards and Guidelines for the documentation of historic buildings to be acceptable for inclusion in the HABS Collection in the Library of Congress. The documentations may be in the form of measured drawings, large format black and white photographs, large format color transparencies, written histories, and field records.
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