of or relating to :
conforming to the basic principles of .
having the qualities of ; characteristic of ; structural; architectonic.
architecturally the tower may be said to be a connecting link between the romanesque and Norman styles.
Oxford and its Story Cecil Headlam
The interior of this mosque is the most effective, architecturally, of any temple in the East.
Foot-prints of Travel Maturin M. Ballou
But architecturally it is nothing more than a splendid failure–over-decorated and ginger-bready.
Town Life in Australia R. E. N. (Richard) Twopeny
Venice is, architecturally, the most interesting city in Italy.
Venice Dorothy Menpes
Bok felt a keen desire to take hold of the small American house and make it architecturally better.
The Americanization of Edward Bok Edward William Bok
Several are cloistered and every one of them is architecturally of great interest.
Cathedral Cities of Spain William Wiehe Collins
architecturally, a most elaborate club-house is the Germania on Schermerhorn Street.
A History of the City of Brooklyn and Kings County Volume II Stephen M. Ostrander
architecturally and historically it is one of the most interesting in Alexandria.
Seaport in Virginia Gay Montague Moore
But it is really very beautiful, and seen from certain vantage points, it is architecturally one of the glories of New York.
Just Irish Charles Battell Loomis
architecturally it is a jumble, good in parts, but again shocking in other parts.
Dumas’ Paris Francis Miltoun
1762; see architecture + -al (1). Related: Architecturally.
the profession of designing buildings, open areas, communities, and other artificial constructions and environments, usually with some regard to aesthetic effect. Architecture often includes design or selection of furnishings and decorations, supervision of construction work, and the examination, restoration, or remodeling of existing buildings. the character or style of building: the architecture of Paris; Romanesque […]
- Architecture parlante
the architecture of buildings that, in their plans or elevations, create an image that suggests their functions.
the lowermost member of a classical entablature, resting originally upon columns. a molded or decorated band framing a panel or an opening, especially a rectangular one, as of a door or window. Historical Examples The epistyle is commonly spoken of by its Roman name, architrave. History of Ancient Art Franz von Reber The architrave, for […]
of or relating to or valuable records; contained in or comprising such or records. Contemporary Examples The entire film consists of archival materials edited together into an impressionistic portrait of Nixon and his closest aides. ‘Our Nixon’ Producers Respond to Claims the Documentary Is ‘False’ Penny Lane, Brian L. Frye August 26, 2013 The archival […]