Architecture Advantages And Disadvantages

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History of architecture has passed through different periods. In some of them, changes and modifications have been accepted apparently easily, within a constant flow and transmition of available knowledge, thus showing a perfect continuity. A case in point is the period when most great French Gothic churches of the late 12th – 14th centuries were built. In this particular case, architecture seemed to be quite transparent, enabling the use of simple and clear formulas for their essential architectural ideas. Nevertheless, according to specialists, there were other architectural periods considered as singularly confused. On one hand, they carried a mix of different artistic tendencies, and, on the other, some local and regional architectural trends and developments took place at the same time. Since this perspective knowledge of churches’ architectural history requires detailed analysis. The study of architecture will not advance if there is a lack of accurate drawings showing different stages for building churches, as well as all their necessary parts (for instance, decorative elements, moldings, profiles, etc). Actually, most part of these elements have been briefly described and published just as inaccurate sketches. Furthermore, this situation difficults restauration of ancient churches, as well as construction of modern…show more content…
Actually, they deliver a tailored service depending on customers’ present and future needs. Specialists working for these firms help customers to understand advantages and disadvantages of every church design, as well as every significant aspect related to church functioning. Furthermore, they consider such aspects as how many people attend ecclesiastical services (less than 200, over 200, over 500, etc.); if the church is new one or an already functioning one; customer`s available budget (in order to find a project that suits his needs), among
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