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Q1. Know your Architect:
London’s Shard building is a 95-storey tall skyscraper that was opened to the public in 2013 and was designed by which world famous Architect?
A. Nicholas Grimshaw
B. Norman Foster
C. Zaha Hadid
D. Renzo Piano
Q2. Know Your Architectural History:
There are three major classical orders of architecture that describe the form and decoration of Greek and later Roman columns. They are Ionic, Corinthian, and which other order?
Q3. Know Your Architectural Style:
New York City’s Chrysler Building was designed by Architect William Van Alen in which of the following architectural styles?
B) Art Deco
Q4. Know Your Architect:
On 28 June 2007, the Sydney Opera House became a UNESCO World Heritage site. What is the name of the Architect who designed the building?
A) John Utah
B) Glen Murcutt
C) Jorn Utzon
D) Frank Lloyd Wright
Q5. Know Your Architectural Geography
Fallingwater is the name given to the residential masterpiece designed by American Architect Frank Lloyd Wright. In which American State is the building located?
A) New York State
Q6. Know Your Architect:
Which of the following Architects was responsible for designing the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Hancock Place and the Pyramide du Louvre?
A) I.M. Pei
B) Zaha Hadid
C) Philip Johnson
D) Rem Koolhaas
Q7. Know Your Architect:
The Hive, also known as the Learning Hub, is a building located in Nanyang Technological University, Singapore that was designed by which famous British Designer?
A) Norman Foster
B) Richard Rogers
C) Thomas Heatherwick
D) David Chipperfield
Q8. Know Your Architectural Geography:
As of February 8th, 2020 the Millau Viaduct was named the tallest (and the twenty-sixth highest) bridge in the world. In which European country is the Millau Viaduct located?
Q9. Know Your Architect:
Winner of the 2006 Stirling Prize for Architecture, Terminal 4 at Madrid-Barajas Adolfo Suárez Airport was designed by which Architect?
A) Frank Gehry
B) Santiago Calatrava
C) Bjarke Ingels
D) Richard Rogers
#10. Know Your Architect:
The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), now named the Michael Lee-Chin Crystal, is the largest Museum in Canada attracting more than a million visitors every year. Which of the following Architects were involved in designing the new addition?
A) Jean Nouvel
B) Cesar Pelli
C) Robert A. M. Stern
D) Daniel Libeskind
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