architecturenoun

  • ja建築術、建築学
  • enthe science or art of designing and constructing buildings

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Ninety-four.
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A solid A-frame.
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Architecture joke, you wouldn't understand.
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Sixty-nine.
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That's a 96!
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Ninety-six?
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That's butt to feet.
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Freaky deaky.
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Tell us a little about yourself.
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So I am 23.
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I studied architecture.
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I'm a painter.
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What do you do for a living?
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I'm a barista.
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Uh-huh, okay.
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Guess what?
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I've been accepted into a class at Groff Community College.
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They're letting me take Introduction to Architecture.
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It's gonna be — What the hell happened to Stick?
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He's all messed up.
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I don't know.
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Melania studied architecture at Ljubljana University.
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Professor Blaz Vogelnik told the Daily Beast:
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“I can put my hand in the fire to prove that she was a very intelligent student with a high IQ.”
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However, Melania never graduated
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and instead ditched her freshman year-end exam for a modeling career.
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Whose is it?
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Reveal the winner.
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And they're like, ”Okay, are you ready for this?”
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It is a 20-year-old college student named Maya Lin.
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And they're like, ”What?
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It's just a college student?
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That's crazy.”
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Cut to Yale.
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And Maya Lin is sitting in her architecture class.
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And they're like, “Sorry to interrupt your class.
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But is Maya Lin here?
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We have something to tell her.”
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So one of our recent ideas was with The Guggenheim Museum in New York,
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where you can actually get a taste of what it might feel like to actually be there.
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You can go to the ground floor.
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And obviously, most of you, I assume, have been there.
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And you can see the architectural masterpiece that it is.
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But imagine this accessibility for a kid in Bombay who's studying architecture,
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who hasn't had a chance to go to The Guggenheim as yet.

Other meanings for architecture...

architecturenoun

  • ja建築
  • enthe design or style of a building or buildings
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Nice call on the DayGlo green.
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It just blends right into the Italian architecture.
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Why would you go to that city?
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- I mean, like — - Because it's the best.
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It is the best city.
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But like that's —
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- The food, the culture, the architecture. - Yeah.
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We went on a ghost tour.
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- We saw some jazz. - Oh, you did?
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We did all of it.
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I think both of you being architects,
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you can appreciate that it's such a completely different architecture to what you typically see in Dubai.
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Yeah.
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Yeah, not many skyscrapers around here.
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You and I have a lot in common with as far as houses and architecture and design
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Because we're obsessed with it.
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- Yes. - And —
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Obsessed.
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I know you're doing a beach house right now.
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- Mm-hmm. - And now I heard you're looking for a ranch.
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Yes.
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I'm so bad.
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Everyone there is so wonderful to us and so welcoming.
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It's been awesome being down there.
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The architecture is great.
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- The people are friendly. - Yup
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Swamp tours are great.
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Now, have you gone on a swamp tour?
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Of course, I did.