Art and architecture

  title={Art and architecture},
  author={Malcolm A. R. Colledge and Alan K. Bowman and P. D. A. Garnsey and Dominic Rathbone},
There are six programs within the College of Art and Architecture: Architecture, Bioregional Planning and Community Design, Interior Architecture and Design, Art and Design, Landscape Architecture, and Virtual Technology and Design. Each program represents unique disciplines that are integrated throughout their curriculum, research and service mission. All undergraduate students majoring in any of the programs in art and architecture (architecture, interior architecture and design, art and… 
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In the Details: Style in New England Architecture

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Art and architecture

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Fit for a King: Architectural Decor in Judaea and Herod as Trendsetter

  • O. Peleg-Barkat
  • History
    Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research
  • 2014
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Early Christian Art and Architecture

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