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The year 2003 in architecture involved some significant architectural events and new buildings.
The year 2001 in architecture involved some significant architectural events and new buildings.
Herbert Mitchell Muschamp was an American architecture critic.
Paul Revere Williams, FAIA was an American architect based in Los Angeles, California. He practiced mostly in Southern California and designed the homes of numerous celebrities, including Frank Sinatra, Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, Lon Chaney, Barbara Stanwyck and Charles Correll. He also designed many public and private buildings.
Tod Gordon is an American businessman. Gordon is the president of Carver W. Reed Co. Inc, a Philadelphia jewelry store and loan office that was established in 1860. He is also the founder of defunct professional wrestling promotion Eastern Championship Wrestling. He owned the promotion until it was sold to his head booker Paul Heyman in May 1995.
The Architecture Firm Award is the highest honor that The American Institute of Architects can bestow on an architecture firm for consistently producing distinguished architecture.
The Boy in the Plastic Bubble is a 1976 American made-for-television drama film inspired by the lives of David Vetter and Ted DeVita, who lacked effective immune systems. It stars John Travolta, Glynnis O'Connor, Diana Hyland, Robert Reed, Ralph Bellamy & P.J. Soles. It was written by Douglas Day Stewart, executive produced by Aaron Spelling and Leonard Goldberg, and directed by Randal Kleiser, who would work with Travolta again in Grease shortly after. The original music score was composed by Mark Snow. The theme song "What Would They Say" was written and sung by Paul Williams. William Howard Taft High School in Woodland Hills was used for filming.
David Heymann is an American architect, writer, and educator. Heymann is most known for his 1988 design of an environmentally friendly house for then Governor of Texas George W. Bush and Laura Bush for their Prairie Chapel Ranch near Crawford, Texas. Heymann is a contributing writer for Places Journal. In 2014 he published a book of short stories, My Beautiful City Austin, which has been included on several lists of best literature about Austin, Texas. He is currently the Harwell Hamilton Harris Regents Professor at University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture.
Rachel Williams is an American model, TV presenter, and landscape designer.
Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects are a husband-and-wife architectural firm founded in 1986, based in New York. Tod and Billie began working together in 1977. Their studio focuses on work for institutions including museums, schools, and nonprofit organizations.
Tod Culpan "Kip" Williams is an American director, producer and screenwriter. He is best known for directing the 2010 horror film Paranormal Activity 2.
Lynn Amedee is a former American football player and coach. He served as assistant at nine different colleges and as head coach at the University of Tennessee at Martin.
The Neurosciences Institute (NSI) was a small, nonprofit scientific research organization that investigated basic issues in neuroscience. Active mainly between 1981 and 2012, NSI sponsored theoretical, computational, and experimental work on consciousness, brain-inspired robotics, learning and memory, sensory processing, and motor control.
"Christ lag in Todesbanden" is an Easter hymn by Martin Luther. Its melody is by Luther and Johann Walter. Both the text and the melody were based on earlier examples. It was published in 1524 in the Erfurt Enchiridion and in Walter's choral hymnal Eyn geystlich Gesangk Buchleyn. Various composers, including Pachelbel, Bach and Telemann, have used the hymn in their compositions.
Events from the year 1787 in Denmark.
The year 2013 in architecture involved some significant architectural events and new buildings.
Events from the year 1888 in Scotland.
"Jesus Christus, unser Heiland, der den Tod überwand" is a hymn for Easter by Martin Luther. The text originated in 1524. Johannes Zahn listed three hymn tunes for it. Two of these, Zahn Nos. 1976 and 1977, were published in 1724. A third, Zahn No. 1978, is attributed to Luther and was first published in 1529. Variants of this melody originated up to the early 17th century.
Princeton University School of Architecture is one of the world's leading and most prestigious architecture schools. Founded in 1919, the School is a center for teaching and research in architectural design, history, and theory at Princeton University. The School offers an undergraduate concentration and advanced degrees at the master's and doctoral levels.
Tod is a given name. Notable persons with that name include: