1. The purpose of the NBC is to provide for all buildings and structures, a framework of standards and requirements which is the a. maximum b. minimum c. regular d. definite 2. Under the NBC abutment on lot lines are allowed only in a. R-1 zones b. R-2 & R-3 zones c. Fire zones d. prohibited zones 3. Under the NBC, every corridor and exterior exit balcony servings as a required exit for an occupant load of more than ten width shall not be less than a. 1.10 mts b. 1.20 mts c. 1.40 mts d. 1.50 mts 4. Under the NBC, the vertical distance between landings shall not be more than a. 2.5 mts b. 3.00 mts c. 3.30 mts d. 3.60 mts 5. Under the NBC, open spaces for corners and through lots is a. 10% b. 20% c. 40% d. 50% 6. Under the NBC, open spaces inside lots is a. 20% b. 30% c. 40% d. 50% 7. Under the NBC, space required for interior lots is a. 20% b. 30% c. 40% d. 50% 8. Under the NBC, the minimum dimension for court or near yard from the property line to the face of the building is a. 1.50 mts b. 2.00 mts c. 2.50 mts d. 3.00 mts 9. Under the NBC, a building in R-1 zone shall comply with the open space requirement in the form of a. 3.00 mts b. 4.00 mts c. 5.00 mts d. 6.00 mts 10. Under the NBC, clearance between established grade of the street and/ or sidewalk

and the lowest under surface of any part of the balcony shall not less than a. 2.10 mts b. 2.40 mts c. 3.00 mts d. 3.60 mts 11. Under the NBC, the interior lots shall have an access road with a minimum width of a. 1.50mts b. 2.40 mts c. 3.00 mts d. 3.60 mts 12. Under the NBC, gasoline filling and service stations shall classified under what occupancy classification? a. accessory b. assembly c. industrial d. business & mercantile 13. Under the NBC, display windows or wall signs within how many meters above the sidewalk a. 2.40 mts b. 2.70 mts c. 3.00 mts d. 3.30 mts 14. Under the NBC, areas where adequate parking lots/ multi-floor parking garages are available within 200 mts. of the proposed building / structures only what percent of the parking requirements maybe provided within the premises? a. 10 % b. 15% c. 20% d. 25% 15. Under the NBC, general units of measurement on consonance with the current worldwide practice follow the a. Uniform Construction Index b. International Standard c. System International d. English System 16. Under the NBC, the minimum requirements for a parking space is a. 600 mm b. 750 mm c. 900 mm d. 1000 mm 17. Under the NBC, for Group A Dwellings, stairs shall have a clear width of at least a. 2.30x4.70 b. 2.50x5.00 c. 2.80x5.50 d. 3.00x6.00 18. Under the NBC, mezzanine floors shall have a clear ceiling height not less than how

many? a. 1.80 mts b. 2.00 mts c. 2.10 mts d. 2.40 mts 19. Under the NBC, hospitals shall have one parking slot for every how many beds? a. 15 b. 20 c. 25 d. 30 20. Under the NBC, all inner courts shall be connected to a street or yard either by a pass with a minimum width of a. 1.20 mts b. 1.50 mts c. 1.80 mts d. 2.00 mts 21. Under the NBC, a dwelling shall occupy not more than how many percent of an inside non-corner single frontage lot? a. 60% b. 70% c. 80% d. 90% 22. Under the NBC, prisons shall be classified under what occupancy classification a. institutional b. residential c. education and recreation d. business and mercantile 23. Under the NBC, cold storage shall be classified under what occupancy classification? a. business & mercantile b.industrial c. accessory mercantile 24 Under the NBC, factories using not highly combustible materials shall be classified under occupancy classification? a. business & mercantile b. industrial c. accessory & hazardous 25. Under the NBC, window openings shall equal to at least of what percent of the floor area of room? a. 10% b. 12% c. 15% d. 20%

26. Under the NBC, parking areas for the physically handicapped shall be within how many meters in length?

13. 8 sm. Under the NBC. repair garages shall be classified under what occupancy classification? .4 sm.00 mts.00 mts. 120 mm 33.a. b. 200 sm. c. they shall be placed a distance apart of not less than what fraction of? a. b. d. ¼ d. c. habitable rooms with natural ventilation shall have a minimum air space per person of a. educational & recreation 35. d. b. Under the NBC. 10 sm. mts. 27. 150 sm. d. 10 mts. stairs shall have a. 1/5 28. 4 units c. 6. 750 mm c. Under the NBC. 14 cu. mts. mts. 6 sm. the unit area per occupant of offices is a. c. 34. for Group A Dwellings.8 sm. 15. 900 mm d.2 sm. 10 cu. 30.5 sm. 8. 11.00 mts. 185 sm. 120 sm. 1/3 c. Under the NBC. residential hotels and apartels shall be provided with one parking slot for every how many units? a. b. c. institutional d. business & mercantile b. 29. 9. Under the NBC. ½ b. 31. Under the NBC. c.3 sm. industrial c. Under the NBC. a mezzanine floor use other than for storage purposes shall have at least two stairways to an adjacent floor is the area greater than? a. 16 cu. of only two exits are required. Under the NBC. 12 cu. 600 mm b. 5 units d. 3 units b. reformatories shall be classified under what occupancy classification a. d. b. 4. Under the NBC. rooms for human habitation shall have a minimum size of a. d. mts. 6 units 32.

4.5 mts d. 750 mm. accessory d. storage & hazardous c. b. front yards for commercial buildings abutting a road right-ofwidth of 25-29 m shall be a.a. industrial c. . residential. b. Under the NBC. b. institutional b. Under the NBC. 12 cu. business & mercantile b. d. Under the NBC. industrial d.00 mts or more in width shall include on its outer side a planting strip of not less than how many millimeters in width? a. 4 mts. Under the NBC. education & recreation c. industrial c.00 mts c. Under the NBC. 3. mts. accessory d. mts 42. business & mercantile b. 500 mm. 5 mts. storage & hazardous 38. accessory 36. 400 mm. hotels and apartments d. 8 mts. mts. 18 cu. 15 cu. power plants shall be classified under what occupancy classification? a. business & mercantile 37. Under the NBC. 10 cu. 6 mts. b. business & mercantile b. d. 600 mm. d. multiple living units of up to six units built on the same lot shall have an access road directly connecting said building to a public street a width of a. Under the NBC. mts. 4. 40. offices shall provide how many cubic meters of air space per person? a. storage & hazardous 39. c.00 mts. 5. sidewalks of 2. c. c. convents shall be classified under what occupancy classification? a. printing plants shall be classified under what occupancy classification? a.00 mts 41.

18. Under the NBC. the fire station shall be classified under what occupancy classification? a. 15. Monuments b. c. b. 60 sm. the unit area per occupant of dining establishments is a. industrial d. 45. d. b. 47. 46. 150 days d. 180 days 44. education & recreation c. b. in mixed occupancies the parking requirements shall be the sum of . storage & hazardous 51. a building permit shall expire if work authorized is abandoned or suspended at any time after commencement or a period of a. hotels & apartments b.43. 20 sm. institutional d. 1 sm. the unit area per occupant of hotels is a. Under the NBC. business & mercantile 50. Mausoleums c. d. 75 sm. d. 48.40 sm. 90 days b. 70 sm. Under the NBC exemption from payments of buildings permit fees shall be granted to a. air craft repair hangers shall be classified under what occupancy classification? a.8 sm. Under the NBC. the unit area per occupants of theaters is a. 16.5 sm. 65 sm.20 sm. Churches d. Under the NBC.Public bldgs. Under the NBC. storage & hazardous 49. 1. residential. c.50 sm. 1. Under the NBC.6 sm. Under the NBC. 120 days c. c. industrial d. business & mercantile c. 1. Under the NBC. accessory b. monasteries shall be classified under what occupancy classification? a. Institutional b. business & mercantile c.

100% of the dominant use and what percent of the dominant uses? a.50% b. 60% c. 70% d. 80% 52. Under the NBC, habitable rooms provided with artificial ventilation for buildings of more than one-storey shall have a minimum ceiling height of the first storey at a. 2.10 mts. b. 2.40 mts. c. 2.55 mts. d. 2.70 mts. 53. Under the NBC, multiple living units of 16 to 25 units built on the same lot shall have an access road directly connecting said buildings to a public street a width of a. 3.00 mts. b. 4.00 mts. c. 4.50 mts. d. 5.00 mts. 54. Under the NBC, the entry ramp of the driveway connecting the roadway surface to the sidewalk shall have a slope ranging from a. ½ to 1/3 b. 1/3 to ¼ c. ¼ to 1/5 d. 3/8 to ½ 55. Under the NBC, every room intended for any use and not provided with artificial ventilation system shall be provided with a window with a total free area of opening equal to at least how many percent of the floor area of the room? a. 10% b. 12% c. 15% d.20% 56. Under the NBC, for Group A Dwellings, stairs shall have a minimum run of a. 150 mm. b. 180 mm. c. 200 mm. d. 240 mm. 57. Under the NBC, the unit area per occupant of laboratories is a. 1.8 sm. b. 3.6 sm. c. 4.6 sm. d.7.4 sm. 58. Under the NBC, the unit area per occupant of apartment is a. 5.8 sm. b. 28 sm. c. 36 sm. d. 46.5 sm. 59. Under the NBC, the Unit area per occupant of apartment is a. 5.8 sm. b. 7.4 sm. c. 8.4 sm. d. 9.3 sm. 60. Under the NBC, the term that shall mean the total number of persons that may occupy

a building or a portion thereof at any one time is a. usage b. capacity c. occupant load d. occupancy


1. The amount to be paid for every delay in the contract time

one of which is: a. By Contract b. There are two ways of undertaking a Design-Build service. Ownership b. The ____ ethically can order a “change” during construction anytime a. The ____ is a list of instructions stipulating the manner on which bids are to be prepared a. The ____ contains additional information on Contract Documents: a. None of the above 4. The General Conditions c. Instructions to Bidders b.a. The ____ are printed documents stipulating the procedural & administrative aspects of the contract a. Special Provisions c. penalty b. Academically d. Bid Bulletin d. By Guaranteed Maximum Cost . Liquidated Damages c. Contractor d. Surcharge 2. Decree d. Special Provisions c. Instructions to Bidders b. fine d. An architect is a person who is ____ & technically qualified to practice architecture a. ____ is a right enforceable against specific property to secure payment of an obligation a. The Memorandum of Agreement d. Morally b. The Contract 6. Owner 3. Legally c. Supplementary Speculations 8. Emotionally 5. Bid Bulletin d. Consultant c. Architect b. Liens c. Supplementary Specifications 7. The Specifications b.

Board of Architecture d. Architects. to suspend & revoke any certificate of registrations a. President d. UAP b. For non-creative architectural services. PD 1308 d. an architect is paid on Percentage of Construction cost method. Building Administrators are compensated on a monthly salary basis or: a. another method of compensation is: a. The ____ shall have the power. Fixed Fee c. Salary b. Lump Sum b. Wages c. Percentage of Gross monthly Rentals d. Regular b. Traditional c. By Supervision d. None of the Above 10. By Guaranteed Estimated Cost 9. are not allowed to engage in the ____ practice architecture a. Lump Sum c. Private d. UAP National Presidents b. PD 1380 c. PRC c.c. ____ Mandates government support only to PRC accredited bonafide professional organization. Mandated 13. Phil. PIA c. compensation is by: a. upon notice of hearing. Percentage of Net Income 11. Cost Plus expenses 12. PD 1300 14. employed by the government. a. Multiple of Direct Personnel Expense d. PD ____ institutionalized the profession of Environmental Planning a. PD 3008 b. Commissioner 15. Percentage of Construction Cost b. Judge . Normally.

etc. The period of making good of known defects shall not be more than: . 200 b. An act of God such as earthquakes. which human prudence cannot foresee or prevent a. if the cost is comparatively lower 19. The _____ pays for the structural. Natural Phenomenon d. The entity who can order changes at any time during construction is the: a. utilities & other tests as may be required for the project. Consultant c. All of the above 18. at the contractor’s discretion b. Force Majeure c. Miracle b. the architect is compensated on a percentage basis of: a. conduct & sense of moral values are formulated under the: a.16. typhoons. The duties & responsibilities of the architect with the regards to his motives. Architect’s National Code c. three d. Contractor b. Code of Ethics d. Owner d. one c. Re-examination (for the Board exam) can be allowed ____ times & shall not be allowed to take another exam after one year has elapsed after the last exam: a. a. a material could be installed: a. UAP Doc. 5%-10% of Project cost d. 2%-5% of Project cost c. 1-1/2% to 3% of Project cost b. If not clearly specified. two b. Architect c. Architect b. with the owner’s consent c. All of the above 20. Owner 17. four 21. only after the approval by the architect d. Engineer 23. Contractor d. None of the above 22. As Project Manager.

Contract b. 90% 32. 92% c. Government b. 3 months b. Monitor c. 60 days d. 95% d. ____ shall mean furnish and install a. The architect shall not render free professional services except for Small Civic & ____ projects a. Regulate b. Purchase b. 98% of construction completion is ____ completion a. 40 days c. Secure 26. Institutional d. 100% b. Provide c. Substantial completion shall mean the value of work completed not less than: a. 90 days 24. ____ includes labor. Charitable c. Full Completion b. Close Specifications c. A stipulation of the use of specific products or processes without provision for substitution is: a. Legalize 29. Notice to Proceed d. The contract time is computed based from the receipt date of the ____ a. The retention is released how many months after the date of final payment: a. 24 months 30. Near Completion c. Agreement c. materials. Work d. Secure d. Proposal 25. Manufacturer’s Specification d.a. a. 30 days b. & other equipment necessary to construction a. Substantial Completion d. 12 months d. Partial Completion 28. PD 223 specifies the function of the Board of Architecture to Supervise & ____. The ____ shall issue certificates of payment after inspection & acceptance of the . None of the Above 31. Estimate c. 4 months c. Work d. Contract b. Proposal 27. Public 33. Bill of Materials b.

Contractor d. a. Consultant c. The ____ is the person. a. firm or corporation who provides the guarantee for the contractor’s bonds. Rejection c. Payment d. Consultant c.project a. Surety 35. Architect b. Owner 34. Architect b. Approval b. Contractor d. Acquisition . The contractor is responsible for the ____ of building permit fees.

Menhir d.HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE 1. Obelisk b. None of the above . Tumull e. A megalithic structure consisting of several large stones set on end with a large covering slab a.

Villa d. Pylon e. The steps forming the base of a columned Greek temple a. Stylobate d. None of the above c. Crepidoma f. Domus b. and the horizontal entablature or part supported. All of the above 2. All of the above . Column b. used mainly in ancient Egypt. It consists of the upright column or support including the capital. None of the above c. if any. None of the above c. All of the above 4. Monumental gateway to an Egyptian temple consisting with slanting walls flanking the entrance portal a. Pediment b. Rock_Hewn Tombs b. Pylon d. Egyptian Gorge d. Arc b. None of the above c.c. Stylobate d. Mastaba d. Dolmen d. a. Ziggurat e. Battar e. A massive funerary structure of stone or brick with a square base and four sloping triangular sides meeting at the apex. Megaron f. base. a. All of the above 3. All of the above 5. Portico e. None of the above c. Principal room of Anatolian House a. All of the above 6. Podium e. Order f. Royal Pyramids f.

None of the above c. Naos f. Nave f. Insula b. Frigidarium e. Bema e. a. Roman apartment block that rose four or more storey high a. Aediles f. All of the above 11. Narthex b. Baldachino d. Dry sweating room with apodyteila or dressing room and unctuaria or for oils. All of the above 8. None of the above c. Tepidarium d. a. All of the above 10. Mast d. Antelixae e. None of the above c. Arcade d. Lantern f. None of the above c. None of the above c. A canopy supported by columns generally placed over an altar or tomb. A great awning drawn over roman theatres and amphitheatres to protect spectators against the sun a. All of the above .7. Apse 12. a. Pronaos d. Villa d. The principal chamber in a Greek temple containing the statue of deity. None of the above c. Megaron f. a. Laconilum e. Thermae b. All of the above b. Impluvium f. Megaron b. Velarium b. Cimborio e. Domus e. A long arcaded entrance porch to a Christian Basilican Church. All of the above 9.

The general character of the Romanesque Architecture is a. A monument erected in memory of one not interned in or under it a. Roman Architecture d. Axis oriented toward Mecca. Harem e. Kibla b. Plaza d.13. None of the above c. All of the above 19. None of the above c. This style developed after A. Massive f. Sober & Dignified b. All of the above 15. Squinch d. a. Iwan d. Sarcophagus e. Chattri f. The culmination of early Christian Architecture. Chattris d. Quadriaga f. None of the above c. Cenotaph b. Flamboyant & Geometrical d. Gymnaceum b. None if the above c.Gothic Architectura f. Arcade f. Truncated wedge-blocks forming an arc. Romanesque Architectura e. Colonetta e.All of the above 14. None of the above c. 330 when Constantine established the Imperial capital.D. A rose or wheel window of the Romanesque Church was of ten placed over the . Voussoirs b. All of the above 18. Sahn f. All of the above 16. All of the above 17. a. That part of a Greek house or Byzantine Church reserved for women a. Harem e. Monumental e. None of the above c. a. Byzantine Architecture b.

Apse f. Squinch e. All of the above 21. A slight convex curvature built into truss or beam to compensate for any anticipated deflection so that it will have no sag when under load. Conoid f. None of the above c. Projecting ornament at the intersection of the ribs of ceilings. All of the above 23. East door d. None of the above c. a. West door b. . Baulk-tie d. Plough e. None of the above c. Groin d. Covered passages pound an open space or garth. whether vaulted or flat. South door f. Cloister b. connecting the church to the chapter\ house or refectory a. a. North door e. Atrium e. Lancettes d. bracing f. Flamboyant e. Transitional f. All of the above 22. None of the above c. None of the above c. Camber b. The Renaissance Architecture in its 2nd phase emerged the Purist or Palladian Architecture by Palladio and the Proto-baroque by. Rayonnant b. A period in Gothic Architecture in France characterized by circular windows with wheel tracery a. Presbytery d. All of the above 20.a. All of the above 24. Boss b.

London a. R. Brunelicachi d. a.C. Astylar e. principally employed in Renaissance building. A method of forming stonework with roughened surfaces and recessed joints. Sir John Cubitt e. Architect of the Sagrada Familia. All of the above 28. Baroque f. Designer of the Crystal Palace. Frank Loyd Wright e. The phase in Western European Renaissance Architecture when renewed inspiration was sought from Ancient Greek and Roman Architecture. All of the above 26. Hunt f. Barcelona a. Sir Joseph Paxton d. H.H. All of the above 25. Architect of the White House. Mannerist d. Von Ferstel b. a. Michael Angelo b. Ammanati e. None of the above c. All of the above . Sir Charles Fox b. Paul Abadia e. Richardson b. None of the above c. Sir Richard Turner f. James Hoban d. All of the above 29. None of the above c.a. Victor Horta f. Rococo e.M. Cyclopean b. None of the above c. Antonio Gaudi d. Cantoria f. None of the above c. Antiquarian b. a. None of the above c. D. Rustication d. Bramanta f. All of the above 27.

Cesspool d. The lowest portion of the inside of any pipe or condult that is not vertical a. Fixture Drain b. Lateral e. Privy d. A pit for the reception or detention for sewage a. Second Filipino registered architect after the well-known Tomas Mapua a. Antonio Toledo e. None of the above c. An outhouse or structure used for the deposition of excrement a. Carlos Baretto d. All of the above . Grade f. UTILITIES 1. Privy b. A sewer or other pipe or condult used for conveying groundwater. Spigot b.30. Juan Altiveros b. Fixture f. All of the above 2. Downspout e. Drain d. None of the above c. All of the above 4. Invert d. Septic Vault f. Catch Basin e. waste water or sewage a. None of the above c. storm water. None of the above c. None of the above c. Juan Villegas f. All of the above II. Pitch b. surface water. Public sewer e. All of the above 3. Septic tank f.

All of the above 7. A pipe or condult for carrying sewage and liquid waste a. Service Pipe e. Sludge d. None of the above c. 1. All of the above 6. All of the above . Slum e. All Changes in direction shall be made by the appropriate use of 45 deg. Sewer d. Soil Pipe e.5. Spigot b. tend to settle to the bottom of the tank a. None of the above c. Half Wyes e. 1% f. All horizontal piping shall be run in practical alignment and at a uniform grade of not less than ____ percent a. 3% b. The solid organic materials being more dense than water. All of the above 8. Sixth Bends f. 2% d. Service Pipe b. Waste pipe b. Bends b. None of the above c. All of the above 9. None of the above c.5% e. None of the above c. Subsoil Drain f. a. A pipe or opening used for ensuring the circulation of air in a plumbing system and for reducing the pressure exerted on trap seal a. Wyes d. Sewer f. Soil Stack f. Vent d.

An instrument for measuring the rate of flow of electricity. None of the above c. Circuit Breaker f. Safety Switch e. Branch Circuit d. Theatre Safety Switch b. Wattage f. Vent stack f. None of the above . None of the above c. a master switch that distinguishes all stage lights simultaneously. Voltage b. Amperage e. The current carrying capacity of a wire or cable. All of the above 4. All of the above III. None of the above c. Soll stack b. Ohm e. expressed in amperes a. Crown weir e. All of the above 2. Service Drop b. In plumbing the vent pipe which is connected to the crown a. On a theatre stage. usually expressed in amperes a. Feeder Line e. a. All of the above 3. None of the above c. Voltmeter f. Crown vent d. Ammeter d. ELECTRICAL 1. Amperage d.10. Kilowatt-hour meter b. The portion of an electric wiring that extends beyond the final over current device protecting the circuit a. Blackout Switch d.

None of the above c. a. Parallel Connection b. None of the above c. Cableway f. None of the above c. or other type of conductor buried in the earth in manner ensuring a good conductive path to the ground. Candelabrum e. Volt e. Cable Vault d. An underground structure used in pulling or splicing electric cables which are laid underground. In electric wiring a metal plate. Current d. Grounding Wire f. All of the above 7. a. Footcandle meter . Earth Electrode d. Alternating Current e. None of the above c. the unit of measurement is the ampere. Bus Bar f. Footcandle d. In an electric circuit. A unit of illumination equal to 1 lumen per square foot. water pipe. The luminous intensity of a light source.c. Luminance b. All of the above 10. Electric room b. Direct Current d. a. Manhole e. None of the above c. expressed in candelas. All of the above 8. All of the above 5. a. Lightning Arrester e. Free Flow f. Flow of electricity in a circuit. Candlepower d. a current that flows in one direction only a. a. Candela f. Amperage b. Ampacity f. All of the above 9. Electric Terminal b. All of the above 6.

Signal e. All of the above 3. A healthy pair of human ear has a detection range of. 443 m/ sec. b. 20 to 30000 HZ b. 25 to 15000 HZ d. None of the above c. 343 m/ sec. All of the above IV. None of the above c. a mechanical vibration. Footlambert e. e. d. in ____ m/sec. a. Sound f.b. Lumen f. 20 to 20000 HZ f. a series of pressure variations. ACOUSTICS & LIGHTING 1. in an elastic medium a. Sound travels in air. at sea level. None of the above . a. None of the above c. Is a physical wave. 15 to 20000 HZ e. 434 m/ sec. Cycle b. Wave Motion d. All of the above 2.

Reverberation d. Sound Pressure level e. Is perceived as a buzzing or clicking sound. f. and it is comprised of repeated echoes traversing back and forth between two non-absorbing parallel surfaces. Is caused when reflected sound at sufficient intensity reaches a listener approximately 70 m/ sec. The number of times the cycle of compression and rarefaction of air makes in a given unit of time. Frequency f. Reverberation d. Decibel b. Masking f. Unwanted Sound e. Flutter e. None of the above c. Hertz b. Flutter b. All of the above 6. to be perceived in the presence of another sound. a. All of the above 4. Is the persistence of sound after the cause of sound has stopped-a result of repeated reflections. a. The number of decibels a sound has to be raised above its threshold when perceived alone. None of the above c. All of the above 7. All of the above 8. Echo f. Echo d. Focusing b. All of the above 5. None of the above c. a. after hear the direct sound. Reverberation f.c. None of the above c. Cycle per second d. 344 m/ sec. . Pitch e. a.

Air Handling Unit f.a. A stream of high-velocity temperature-controlled air which is directed downward. Volume Resonators f. All of the above V. None of the above c. Fibrous Materials d. Air Chamber b. All of the above 2. Diffusion b. Creep d. All of the above b. across an opening a. Panel Resonations e. . All of the above 9 . MECHANICAL & ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT 1. This describe the reflection of sound along a curved surface near the surface a. Air Diffuser d. None of the above c. Standing waves b. A package assembly of air conditioning components which provides for the treatment of air it is distributed to an air conditioned space. Resonance e. Air Curtain e. None of the above c. Plywood 10. None of the above c.A device used for sound absorption a. Creep e. Reverberation d. Flutter f. Flutter f.

Machine room f. 610 mm e. there shall be a vertical clearance of not less than between the pit floor and the lowest structural or mechanical part. British Thermal Unit e. None of the above c. Buffer Zone b. Plunger f. Stopper d. None of the above c. Atmospheric Pressure d. Bumper e. All of the above 3. 680 mm b. 710 mm d. The amount of heat required to raise the temperature of 1 pound pf water by 1 deg. When the elevator car rest on its fully compressed buffer. Air duct f. None of the above c. Bunker b. The portion of the hoist way extending from the threshold level of the lowest landing door to the floor at the bottom of the hoist way. Air handling unit e. a. Elevator Landing d. Cooling Tower d. Elevator pit e. a. Chillers b. A device designed to stop an elevator car or counterweight from descending beyond its normal limit of travel a. All of the above 5. None of the above . Dehumidification f.a. Fahrenheit a. All of the above 4. All of the above 6. Air handling unit b. None of the above c.

A vessel or arrangement of pipe tubing in which vaporized refrigerant is liquefied by the removal of heat a. None of the above c. Air-conditioning f. BUILDING TECHNOLOGY 1. 1500 mm b. 1550 mm f. Duct b. An admixture which is used to speed up the initial set of concrete a. 814 mm d. All of the above 8. Ventilation b. All of the above VI. 560 mm b. There shall be installed in the pit of each elevator where the pit extend more than ____ below the sill of the pit access door a. Is the achievement of a temperature below that of the immediate surroundings. All of the above 10. Compressor e. Refrigeration e. Condenser d. All of the above 9. 1250 mm d. 1220 mm e. Hardeners . Brine f. a. 914 mm e. Cooling d. Dumbwaiters total inside height shall not exceed ____ a.c. 880 mm f. Accelerators d. None of the above c. None of the above c. None of the above c. All of the above 7. 660 mm f.

A method of drying limber where it is strip-piled at a slope on a solid foundation. Class of rock changed from their original structure by the action of extreme pressure. Lime f. All of the above 5. a. Wood d. A soft mineral consisting of a hydrated calcium sulfate from which gypsum plaster is made. Is a traditional building material. None of the above c. or combination of these forces. has durability and beauty has great ability to absorb shocks from sudden load. None of the above c.b. Air-drying d. It is rust and corrosion proof. All of the above 4. Dispersal agents f. Igneous e. None of the above c. colorless when pure used as a retarder in Portland cement a. Glass b. heat. Retarders e. Plastic e. Crushed rock b. Gypsum d. Sedimentary f. None of the above c. easily worked. All of the above 3. Cement e. This allows air to circulate around every place while the sloping allows water to run off quickly. a. Metamorphic d. a. All of the above 2. Pressure drying . Ashlar b. Rubber f.

All of the above 10. Wood grain b. None of the above c. In masonry. Corkboard b. All of the above 9. None of the above c. Expansion joint e. It is made by bonding together thin layers of wood in a way that the grain of each layer is at right angles to the grain of each adjacent layer. Intertie e. Cold joint d. Expansion joint f. Kiln Drying e. Byre f. None of the above . None of the above 7. to be filled with mortar or cement. Joint Filler e. Abreuvoir d. Datum b.b. a. Building boards e. Laminated Timber b. Joint filler b.Hardboard f. The wastage of wood when limber is sawed or planed to size a. All of the above 6. Plywood d. a. Glue Laminated Timber d. Glued Lumber f. a. None of the above c. Abatement d. Treated Lumber e. None of the above c. None of the above c. a joint or interstice between stones. A joint formed when a concrete surface hardens before the next batch of concrete is placed against it. Term used to describe a wooden member built up of several layers of wood whose grain directions are all substantially parallel a. Piled Drying f. . All of the above 8.

Granite Block f. Rubble e. Gable Roof f. Ashlar d. Basement wall e. All of the above 14. a. Substructure b. Glazing f. Flagstone b. All of the above 15. None of the above c. a. either partly or entirely below grade. A slight convex curvature built into a truss or beam to compensate for any anticipated deflection so that it will have no sag when under load . None of the above c. Galvanize e. Anodize d. Cellar f. All of the above 12. oxide film on the surface of a metal. Construction joint f. None of the above c. electrolytic. Squared building stone a. Truss e. by electrolytic action. Basement d. None of the above c.c. A-Frame d. Roof b. A three-pieced rigid structural frame in the shape of the upright capital letter `A’ a. Usually the lowest storey of a building. particularly aluminum. All of the above 13. Annealing b. non-corrosive. All of the above 11. To provide a hard.

Chalet f. All of the above 17. a mixture of sand. Camber d. Batten e. Impact load b. None of the above c.a. lime and gravel a. A mixture of water and any finely divided insoluble material such as clay or Portland cement and water a. That part of the building. None of the above c. All of the above 19. A kind of concrete. Concrete b. Mezzanine . Aeration b. Mortar e. None of the above c. All of the above 20. All of the above 16. A brace or any piece of a frame which resists thrusts in the direction of its own length a. None of the above c. Diagonal f. Gesso b. Boliden salt process e. Brace. Brine e. Slurry d. Lap joint b. Strut d. the ceiling of which is entirely below or less than 4 ½ feet above grade a. None of the above c. Beton d. Bethell process d. A process for preserving wood by impregnating the cell with creosote under pressure a. Cellar d. All of the above 18. Besant f. Mortar e. Cement Paste f. Kiln drying f.

Visible architecture is composed of: a. Subtractive forms f. None of the above c. Primary shapes that can be extended or rotated to generate volume whose forms are distinct. Platonic solids e. regular and easily recognizable a. Shape f. None of the above c. All of the above 3. Volume & Depth b. Irregular forms d. Volume e. Form & Surface e. Additive transformation b. All of the above . THEORY OF DESIGN 1. Line & Shadow d. Basement e. None of the above c. A plane extended in a direction other than its intrinsic direction. Conceptually it has three dimensions: length. None of the above c. Surface d. deserts. Geology f. Color & Texture f. Topography e. seas…) a. width and depth. All of the above 2. Climatic d. Geography b. All of the above 4. a. These constituted the barriers to migration since the earliest periods of civilization (mountains. All of the above VII.b. Substructure f. Form b. None of the above c.

Superposition d. Spatial tension e. All of the above 7. linear forms f. Face to face contact b. One type of cues used in depth perception where in one object appears to cut off the view of another a. All of the above 8. Edge to edge contract d. Golden section d. Form d. a. Juxtaposition e. None of the above . Ken f. Centralized forms b. None of the above c. Clustered forms d. a. a. None of the above c. One of four basic possibilities for two forms to group together. None of the above c. Anthropometrics b. None of the above c. Are modular forms whose relationships are regulated by three dimensional grids. Texture b. It is determined by the shapes and interrelationships of the planes that describe the boundaries of volume a. Function e. Proximity b. Visual depth f. Radial forms e. Interlocking volume f. This requires that the two forms be relatively close to each other or share a common visual trait.5. Is the primary identifying characteristic of a volume. All of the above 9. Proportion e. All of the above 6. Defined geometrically as a line that is divided such that the lesser portion is to the greater as the greater is to be the whole.

None of the above c. Is the attribute that most clearly distinguishes a form from its environment. Color f. All of the above . Color d. All of the above 10. a. Form f.c. Shape b. Texture e.

A mosque principal place of worship. Jami d.REVIEWER (I) 1. Masjid b. or use of the bldg. Madrese e. NOTA . for Friday prayers a.

AOTA 7. Mosque b. In Persia. Man who leads the congregation at a prayer a. Calipin f. NOTA c. Islamic f.Architectural style characterized by Friezes and Crestings a. Bab d. NOTA c. Hasan f. a. NOTA c. an open-fronted vault facing on to a court a. Greek e. Striated f. Iwan e. AOTA 6. Shah-Jehan d. Bab f. Gur-I-Mir e. NOTA c. Moslem b. Mesjid f. Arabesque e. NOTA . Mimber d. Caliph e. Sacred enclosure found at walls of Damascus great mosque a. Another term for stalactite a. AOTA 5. it was the culminating work in the life of the emperor. Muenzzin b. Muquarnas d. AOTA 4 . Temenos e. Kibla d. NOTA c. Chattri b.c. Shao Kahn b. Aegean d. AOTA 3. AOTA 2. Erected to the memory of his favorite wife Mumtaz Mahal. Mughal b.

NOTA c. Organized in 1113. friezes & cresting e. NOTA c. sober & dignified b. In Romanesque arch’re a period where an order founded by St. arcades f. Secular b. sixtite b. A rectangular feature in the shape of a pillar. AOTA 10. Cistercian b. pilaster strips d. AOTA 9. with long row of columns connected by arches double aisles & a nave which has the usual timber roof. AOTA 11. AOTA 8. terpatite d. stilting b. Cluniac d. columnar & trebented f. NOTA c. Benedictine e. AOTA 12. . quadripartite f.c. It resembles other early basilican churches in plan. Bruno in 1806 is notably severe and adorned a. NOTA c. but developed no characteristic arch’re of its own a. tripartite e. NOT A c. General characteristic of the Romanesque empire was a. Minare Medrese f. Carthucian f. Knight templers f. but projecting only about one sixth of its breath from wall a. Vaulting compartment into six parts known as a. Mendicant orders e. Knight hospitallers d. scale & serenity d. maggiore e. AOTA 13.

NOTA c. a. The structured is crowned by an outer hemispherical roof through which penetrates a truncated cone capped by a small some. town e. tower b. baptistery d. NOTA . grotesques d. baptistery e. angculum b. AOTA 14. Is a circular tower 16 m ( 52 ft. AOTA 16. tower d. cathedral b. pavia e. baptistery e. cloisters e.a. bridges b. covering the central space a. NOTA c. cathedral e. campanile f. gargoyles b. ambrogio f. A secluded place a. naïve d. Secular architecture a. altars f. a. AOTA 18. cathedral d. AOTA 17. ) in diameter rising in 8 stories of encircling arcades. castles d. Roughly carved of men and beasts used as support columns of projecting porches and of bishops throne. campanile b. NOTA c. NOTA c. campanile f. tower f. NOTA c. AOTA 15.

compostela b. NOTA c. helm roof d. church bldgs d. AOTA 23. Shakespeare e. alcobaca e. and ruled over the franks. Lombard b. prothesis e. Alexander d. fortified town f. AOTA 22. NOTA c. prothesis f. mansard roof e. AOTA 20. articulated roof f. Charlemagne f. alcobaca d. The vestry or early Christian church a. which included central Germany and northern France a. AOTA 19.c. The most important of the distinctive characteristics of mature Spanish Romanesque architecture a. The first Frankish king who became roman emperor. AOTA 21. Type of roof in which 4 faces rest diagonally between the gables and converge at the top a. NOTA . was crowned in 800 at Rome by the pope. diaconicon d. diaconicon f. NOTA c. b. piers b. Christianity e. That part of a church where the credence table stands a. NOTA c. A roof b. horseshoe arch.

fortress b. Spain f.pilgrims b. AOTA 28. A small apsidal chapel one projecting from an apse a. AOTA 27. Santiago de Compostela d. St. NOTA c. Loarre. pilgrim forts d. leaning tower f. Jerusalem d. diaconicon f. apsidoles e. ancones f. coastal fortification f. Catalonia d. intramuros . Albay. NOTA c. Adorra. Finest achievement of the Spanish high Romanesque is the great church which marked the goal of the pilgrimage to a. loarre d. Finest or Romanesque castles in Spain is at ____ a. city walls e. Sited and designed to secure the routes from coastal ports to Jerusalem a. Portugal f. Portugal b. a. Is well endowed with medieval military achre and grand castles are particularly numerous in castle.c. gallego d. NOTA c. King Arthur’s castle b. Ancient roman term for legionary fort a. NOTA c. AOTA 25. Legaspi b. AOTA 26. AOTA 24. Argon e. NOTA c. Tirso Sahagun e. Rome e. AOTA 29. Alocabaca.

NOTA c. NOTA c. talus b. donjon d. At the north end of the gebel alalli. A slope embankment in front of a fortification so raised as to bring an advancing enemy into the most direct line of fire a. Customarily provisioned for a thousand men to withstand a siege for as long as 5 yrs. keep b. NOTA c. A moat or a ditch. saone f. AOTA 31. was built on a site previously fortified by the Greeks in Byzantine fashion. a. AOTA 34. NOTA c. talus b. a. castrum e.b. AOTA 32. keep e. w/ a thin outer curtain wall punctuated with shallow . a. margat d. AOTA 35. avila e. fosse-foss b. NOTA c. talus d. castrum f. sidon e. glacis f. talus b. allure d. a. batside town e. A civil settlement under the protection of a castle. A curtain wall corbelled out to carry a wall-walk. sidon d. AOTA 30. fortification f. AOTA 33. NOTA c. fosse-foss e. margat f. glacis f.

moat f. NOTA c. AOTA 38. sidon b. a. between which are raised portions known as merlons a. AOTA 36. loggia b. & a keep commanding the most vulnerable part of the curtain. AOTA 37. The upstanding part of an embattled parapet. battlement d. A parapet having a series of indentions or embrasures. crenels e. bailey d. through w/c molten lead. merlons e. merlons b. baroque f. machicolation b. NOTA c. roman b. AOTA 39. parapet f. saone e. battlement d. NOTA c. a. between two crenels/ embrasure openings. gebel f. NOTA c. a. Was largely dependent upon the use of timber. AOTA . stones were dropped only on an enemy below. NOTA c. but little evidence remains of method of constructions. machicolations f.rectangular towers.barbaric e. pitch. a. crenels e. Period where domestic bldgs. Romanesque d. krak d. A projecting wall or parapet allowing floor openings.

Anglo-Saxon b. NOTA c. baulks b. Peterborough cathedral d. A representative example of mature largely Romanesque monastic archre at Yorkshire is a. baulks d. triangular d. NOTA c. Lanfranc f. Tuck e. Cardinal Sin d. the main feature of a Norman castle a. square f. Abbot Hubby f. A steep mound of earth surrounded by a ditch and surmounted by a timber stockade and tower. NOTA c. A squared timber used in bldg. angular b. rampart e. NOTA c.40. AOTA 44. AOTA 41. Windsor castle b. AOTA 42. AOTA 45. APSES (absiddes) was introduced in 1065 at Canterbury by archbishop a. Waltham Abbey e. construction or a low ridge of earth that marks a boundary line a. palisade d. baulks f. palisade e. AOTA 43. NOTA c. Lancelot b. bailey .rampart f. Earthen or masonry defense wall of a fortified site a. Headed openings a. motte d. circular e.

cellar f. Scandinavian e. NOTA c. AOTA 50. and were provided with dormer windows to make through current of air for their use as a drying ground for the large monthly wash a. NOTA c. Osterlar church f. NOTA c. A Scandinavian wooden church with vertical planks forming the walls a. lafting d. NOTA c. secular f. AOTA 49. A vaulted basement of a church or secret passage often wholly or partly below ground level a. A projection block or spur of stone carried with foliage to decorate the raking lines formed by angles of spires and canopies. Husaby church b. palisades f. A room or apartment on an upper floor. Steve church d. undercroft b.b. AOTA 48. cellar b. fosse-foss e. a. AOTA 47. Borgund church e. solar f. Architecture was marked by copy roofs which frequently had more storey than the walls. ocular d. NOTA c. sub basement e. Scandinavia b. domestic e. AOTA 46. as in early English dwelling house a. crocket d. gargoyle . charrey d.

b. bar tracery b. chevet e. triforium e. NOTA c. Which appears to have been cut out of a plate stone/ plate of stone with special reference to the shape of the lights a. NOTA c. buttress e. pinnacles d. AOTA 52. AOTA 54. finial b. place tracery f. . AOTA 53. NOTA c. NOTA c. pinnacles e. clear storey f. Designed principally for the pleasing geometrical figures formed by inter locking bars of a stone. a. An arch starting from a detached pier and abutting against a wall to take the thrust of the vaulting. place tracery d. A circular or polygonal apse when surrounded by an ambulatory of which are chapels. AOTA 55. A blind storey is the space beneath the sloping roof over the aisles vault and enclosed on the nave side by a series of arches a. chevet d. crocket f. NOTA c. pinnacles b. reims d. tracery e. bar tracery b. triforium f. AOTA 51. a. tracery f.

AOTA 56. A slender wooden aspire rising from a roof. Sometimes called “ Lancelettes” . secondaire f. NOTA c. NOTA c. tertiare e. transept e. AOTA 60. NOTA c. AOTA . a period distinguished by pointed arches and geometric traceried windows a. NOTA c. ambo e. a. chevet f. aisle d. AOTA 59. a. a. optaire d. NOTA c.a. geometrical e. corbel f. octaire b. lantern e. ambry f. font b. hectaire e. secondaire d. A cupboard or recess in a church and contain sacred vessel. NOTA c. rectilinear f. primaire f. boss d. lancet d. Flamboyant from the flame like window tracery or free flowing tracery. ridge board b. AOTA 58. tertiare b. a. chapels b. An architectural style which in its period is the English equivalent of the high gothic of northern France first pointed. tudor b. fleche d. AOTA 57.

boss d. Purbeck Tudor f. modillions e. plough-share twist e. AOTA 64. His nomenclature uses the term “rectilinear”. NOTA c. stellar vault b. NOTA c. NOTA c. lierne b. tiersons b. Lump or knob a. a. AOTA 66. lierne f. mouldings d. NOTA c. AOTA . AOTA 62. Charles Darwin b. based on his observations of the tendencies for large windows to be divided by honorable members or transoms a. AOTA 63. Vertical tracery members dividing windows into different numbers of lights. cartouche f. a. Wall ribs. a. formerets b. NOTA c. a. formerets e. Leafed ornament. conoid f. mullions d.61. AOTA 65. tracery f. A short intermediate rib which does not rise from the impost and is not a ridge rib. dogtooth e. Edmund Sharpe e. dentils f. lierne ribs d. Vitruvius d. knot e. abbey d. cornice b. NOTA c.

NOTA c. oven e. where food is stored in a manor house. pantry b. Special for choir usually occupied or more bays of the nave. West minister abbey b. . AOTA 69. scullery f. aisle roof d. NOTA c. AOTA 68. Single and most important building in Britain. Wells cathedral d. NOTA c.67. larder d. A room. refectory b. wardrobe e. A small private chapel furnished with an altar and a crucifix in a manor house. a. a. embattled f. York minister f. Usually reflected the design of the main roofs. a. pantry f. NOTA c. AOTA 72. mansard roof e. scullery b. valley roof b. AOTA 71. NOTA c. gable roof f. a. scullery f. A room. Manchester cathedral e. a. buttery d. AOTA 70. NOTA c. chevron e. a. generally annexed in a manor house. wardrobe e. brew house b. presbytery d. buttery d. AOTA 73. The actual sanctuary of a church beyond the choir and occupied only by the officiating clergy.

NOTA c. steeple b. NOTA c. retable e. Valencia b. a. NOTA c. pinnial b. a. a. Minerva e. AOTA 77. girelda d. a. Barcelona b. Famous silver gilt which is also the flower of Spanish gothic miniature art. Originally the minaret of the mosque. Sagrada . steeple b. NOTA c. AOTA 78. retable e. The largest medieval cathedral and is somewhat German in character in north Italy. spire f. AOTA 76. pulpit b. cimborio d. NOTA c. cap d. NOTA c. Sienna d. Seville e. The screen/ ornamental work rising behind the altar. finial e. retados f. coro d. AOTA 79. Valladolid f. A ledge or shelf behind an altar for holding vases or candles. AOTA 75.a. retablo f. a. Term applied to a tower crowned by a spire. AOTA 74. custodia d. kibla f. altar e. reredos f. a. cancelli d.

Also known as Sta. crypt b. In renaissance archre. basement e. AOTA 84. Renaissance e. AOTA 83. AOTA 80. A space entirely or partly under a building in churches generally beneath the chancel and used for burial in early times. virile and intense represented by Michael Angelo who were confident in their power to use the acquired vocabulary freely. Florence e. a. Milan f. Baroque b. Rusticated d. AOTA c.b. NOTA c. designed by Arnold Di Cambio and is essentially italian in character without the vertical of northern gothic in central Italy. cellar f. Islamic b. NOTA c. architectural style which is vivid. a. Romanesque d. Maria del fiore. Sienna f. NOTA c. which is logically staid and serene architectural style? a. Palermo e. Milan b. NOTA c. magiore d. In renaissance archre. Palladian e. Byzantine f. Proto Baroque f. Milan d. a. A movement which begun in Italy in the 15th century created a break in the continuous revolution of European times. . AOTA 81. NOTA 82.

baroque e. AOTA 87. rococo b. In Florence a blue grey stone of fine quality. AOTA 89. A method of forming stonework with roughened surfaces and recessed joints. a. NOTA c. mannerists e. Zwingli b. pietra forte b. Venice e. AOTA 85. antiquarian d. rustication d. Proto-baroque d. Venice d. principally employed in renaissance buildings. speyer d. NOTA c. mannerists f. salient d. rococo f.a. existed in renaissance archre. pietra f. AOTA 88. NOTA c. Palladian f. when renewed inspiration was sought from ancient Greek and roman architecture a. a. a. Characterized by unconventional use of classical elements. a brown stone more suitable for outside work in renaissance archre. pietra siena f. secular b. NOTA c. Baroque e. A term coined to describe the characteristics of the output of Italian renaissance architects of the period 1530-1600. baroque b. NOTA c. The phase in western European renaissance archre 1750-1830. a. In Florence. AOTA 86. relinquary . cortile e.

belvedere d. AOTA 91. A summer or garden house of ornamental character. Piano Noble d. Loggia f. NOTA c. stoup e. casino b. raised one floor above ground level and containing the principal social apartments. palazzo e. a. AOTA 94. a. Bernini b. Famous architect in Florence renaissance archre. AOTA 92. Bartolome d. pulpit d. AOTA 90. pilaster d. a. NOTA c. cantylar f. Bramante f. AOTA . Brunelleschi e. AOTA 93. astylar e.b. A light portable receptacle for sacred relics. reliquary e. stoup f. NOTA c. Palazzo e. The principal floor of an Italian palace. NOTA c. cantoria f. NOTA c. reliquary b. a. a. pergola f. NOTA c. tabernacle b. fenestration b. In the renaissance other term was general used to denote a singer’s gallery often elaborately carved in a major church.

a. NOTA c. Antonio de Sengallo d.95. AOTA 99. Luciana Laurana e. either as a running ornament or as a terminal. NOTA c. scroll b. such as tower at the crossing of a church rising above the neighboring roofs and glazed at the sides. Vertical members dividing windows into different numbers of lights. Horizontal divisions or crossbars of windows. a. Donato Bramante f. mansard d. NOTA c. AOTA 96. Mansard d. Mullion f. transom e. . Lantern d. nymphs f. garland or chaplet. a. Michael Angelo b. Nymphaneum e. leaves often used in decoration. An ornament consisting of a spirally wound band. representing flowers. a. transom b. Cimborio e. Peristyle f. a. A twisted band. Pinial b. A construction. NOTA c. wreath e. NOTA c. mansard f. AOTA 98. dormer d. scroll b. AOTA 100. Known architect in early renaissance. AOTA 97. fruits.

empire style d. donjon b. wreath f. France generally describe rococo as a. nymphs d. NOTA c. rustication d. shells b. The elaborate neoclassic style of the French first empire (1804-1815) a. hermes f. a. NOTA c. shells b. AOTA 101. mountains and trees. scrolls d. AOTA 102. rocaile e. NOTA c. secular archre b. A room used primarily for exhibition of art objects or a drawing room. AOTA 104. jube d. A room decorated with plants. paper mache e. ambulatory b. scrolls d. nymphaneum e. vestibule e. shells e. NOTA c. scroll b. NOTA c. ` a. AOTA 103.a. a. AOTA . wreath f. empire f. baroque style f. rococo style e. sculpture and fountains (often decorated with nymphs) and intended for relaxation. NOTA c. Any group of minor nature goddesses represented as beautiful maidens living in rivers. paper mache f. AOTA 105.

NOTA . an intricate style named after its likeness to silver work. cherubin e. secular e. AOTA 108. NOTA c. antiquarian b. archangels d. cherubs b. pombaline f. NOTA c. a. rosy.faced child with wings. salon d. a. NOTA c. One of the winged heavenly beings that support the throne of god or act as guardian spirits. hermes f. vestibule e. churrigueresque e. AOTA 107. manveline e. antiquarian f. ambulatory b. An expression of Spanish baroque archre and sculpture associated with the family of artists and architects. decorative exuberance. used in classic times to mark boundaries on highways. plateresque d. a. a. AOTA 109. NOTA c. mannerists d. churrigueresque b. churrigueresque f. The last phase of gothic archre in Portugal. and used decoratively renaissance times. AOTA 110. manveline b. but not in harmonious. A bust on a square pedestal instead of a human body. or chubby. A phase of the early period of Spanish archre of the later 15 th and early 16th architecture of the later 15th and 16th century. plateresque d.106. a.

a. AOTA 113. palladian motif f. flight b. heraldic d. NOTA c. AOTA 114. a.c. NOTA . AOTA 112. AOTA 111. newel d. A type of relief ornament or cresting resembling studded leather straps. Space between the columns. intercolumnation d. super columnation d. transept f. Elizabethan f. strapwork b. angels f. NOTA c. balusters e. The French term for the type of casement window preferred for the last three centuries in France. palladian motif e. a. Bodleian d. fenestration e. tuldoz e. arranged in geometrical and sometimes interlaced patterns. span b. dais b. AOTA 111. A coat of arms. much used in the early renaissance archre in England. a. NOTA c. stuart e. croisee b. balustrade f. Central shaft of a circular staircase also applied to the post in which the handrail is framed. NOTA c. a.

NOTA c. extended to the coloring of sculpture to enhance naturalism. AOTA 117.c. finial d. A stone gallery over the entrance to the choir of a cathedral or church. spire b. AOTA 116. NOTA c. An ornament in classic or renaissance archre consisting of an assembly of straight lines intersecting at right angles of various patterns. square headed openings. swansea b. a. a. An arched opening flanked by 2 smaller. intercolumnation f. fenestration f. pulpit f. AOTA 119. also described to the application of variegated materials to achieve brilliant or striking effects. AOTA 118. ecclesiasticism e. a. A term originally applied to the art of decorative painting in many colors. particularly during the 2nd half of the 19th century in Europe and USA. NOTA c.leyden d. chancel d. NOTA . Also called key pattern a. aftermath f. helm b. mosaic work e. strapwork f. a. AOTA 115. fretwork b. pulpitum e. ecclesiastism e. swansea b. NOTA c. polychromy d. strapwork e. The selection of elements from diverse styles for architectural decorative designs. expressionism d.

eyebrow e.c. stanchion b. the roofing being carried in a nave line. AOTA 125. a. cella e. The sanctuary of a classical temple. NOTA c. AOTA 121. concrete f. NOTA c. A vertical steel support cast iron was used until relatively cheap steel became available. AOTA 124. tabernacle b. skylight b. Rock out temples where hewn out of amygdaloidal trap formations. it has no sides. meaning “land of the free” . one at the summit of a dome. temple b. Genevieve d. NOTA c. sculpture e. sash b. cenotaph f. an oculus. reja e. The central rounded of a pattern or ornament. NOTA c. containing the cult statue of the God. pendentive f. Also known as Siam (before 1993) and was named. AOTA 120. AOTA 122. a. aftermath f. AOTA 123. caisson d. eyelash f. valley d. raths d. NOTA c. circa f. A long dormer on the slope of a roof. a. a. eye e. font d. a.

anawrahatta d. NOTA c. built over older foundations (16th-17th century) at Rangoon. the most important feature of the region and its continuously navigable for almost 1400 km. AOTA 130. prang f. pyu b. Bangkok b. varnas d. a. pillar b. AOTA 126. shisam e. viharas d. Aryan b. Style which is the beginning of independent Thai art. NOTA c. . NOTA c. a. Reflects Burma’s cultural connections with China and India. a. Poor man’s teak from the valleys of India. AOTA 128. lobpuri e. mon-talaing e. In Burma. siam e. chiang mai d. A stupa in a form of a corn cob. Myanmar b. AOTA 127. NOTA c. Khmer f. asoka f. irrawady f. upstream from the sea. NOTA c. Thailand f. Burma e. China d. a. AOTA 129.a.

thein f. NOTA c. a. Burma’s term for ordination halls. kyaung e. a. jahangir b. Indian archre’s architectural character. chandaragupta maurya d. alabaster d. pitakat-taik d. AOTA 134. jahan f. a. caliph e. AOTA 131. thein f. AOTA 133. samurai d. pitakat-taik d. ivory f. ananda b. public ovens d. ananda temple f. AOTA 136. soapstone b. sandstone e. Burma’s term for monasteries. thein f. NOTA c.a. kyaung e. shwe dagon pagoda b. ananda b. Burma’s term for libraries. NOTA c. mohenjo-daro e. AOTA 135. a. ananda b. flour mills . NOTA c. Term for emperors by India under Islamic influence. NOTA c. Compact variety of talc for table tops and ornaments. a. kyaung e. a. pitakat-taik d. AOTA 132. NOTA c.

AOTA 140. a. aedicules d. a. sikara b. a. NOTA c. viharas e. railings or carved balustrades. AOTA 138. NOTA c. NOTA c. In a classic stupa. In features of a classic stupa. Images of small buildings as elements of composition. gopura d. NOTA c. AOTA 141. vedika d.b. AOTA . cemeteries e. bathing establishment f. ambulatories d. gopura b. toranas f. sthapati e. chaitya halls e. NOTA c. ornate gateways which break the railing on the 4 points of the compass. viharas f. toranas f. aedicules b. shrine f. shrine e. Running round the mound linked by stairways to the flattened stupa top. parasol f. chaitya b. a. AOTA 139. NOTA c. A form of rock cut-sanctuary housing a stupa within a space for congregational worship. a. toranas e. ambulatories b. AOTA 137. aedicules d.

viranas d. sanctuary b. NOTA c. sthapati d. AOTA 144. temenos d. torii f. sikhara d. housing the principal image of the deity. antarala b. shrine e. vimana b. propylaea b. a. AOTA 145. pailou e. a. The master architect headed all the various grades of craftsmen. a. A pyramidal or curvilinear tower like upper structure of a hidden temple. Chinese monumental gateway. AOTA 143. sthapati e. NOTA c. a. Dark cuboid cell. gopura e. AOTA .142. vimana f. tombs f. NOTA c. NOTA c. gopura f.

JAPAN ARCHRE Surrounding fence _______________ Entrance gateway _______________ . ______________ Free standing laths _______________ Master architect _______________ Sanctuary _______________ Dark cuboid cell _______________ Monastery ______________ The dome _______________ Circular platform _______________ Stairways _______________ Cella _______________ Monumental gateway _______________ Great sanctuary _______________ Sanctuary vestibule _______________ Pillared hall _______________ B.A. INDIAN ARCHRE Railings _______________ Ornate gateways _______________ Altar _______________ Umbrella _______________ Complex built of brick______________ Images of small bldgs.

Traditional method of handling down the form of shrines _______________ Ridge billets _______________ Finials _______________ Ridge _______________ Middle gate _______________ Corridor _______________ Reliquary for sacred objects_______________ Image hall _______________ Lecture hall _______________ Screens _______________ Translucent paper screens _______________ Suspended latticed screens _______________ Carving enshrined on a beam _________ Frog’s crotch _______________ Sliding paper doors_______________ Wash basins _______________ Sacred straw rope _______________ C. CHINESE ARCHRE Burial ground _______________ Chinese philosopher _______________ .

durability and unbending character ___________ Oldest surviving brick pagoda ________ Multi-storey pavilion type pagoda ___________ Usually a monk or nun’s tomb ________ Unit of spatial organization __________ Conical roof _______________ Gable roof________________ Close-set eaves _______________ Cluster of brackets to support roof structure _______________ Book of wood _______________ Block placed on top of a column ______ Bow shaped element _______________ Smaller wooden blocks _____________ Inclination of columns at either to the end or to the center _______________ Wind and water_______________ .Width at the joint of duo ____________ Podium _______________ Hip roof ________________ Half hip roof _______________ Was an emblem of longetivity.

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