(pronounced awn-MASS or awn-MOSS)
A French phrase meaning as a whole, all together, as one.
Example: The second the doors opened for the Daniel Libeskind lecture, the 2004 NeoCon attendees moved en masse into the ballroom and jockeyed
A strange little word that speaks volumes because saying it aloud almost sounds like one is sighing. Appropriately enough, ennui means tedium, boredom, or general feelings of discontent and
The term given to the uppermost part of a Classical order of architecture, i.e. the area resting above the columns. It consists of three horizontal sections: the architrave on the bottom, the frieze
(pronounced in-VI-rehn-mehn-tahl AH-diht)
See post-occupancy evaluation / POE.
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