bigness


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the quality or state of being large in amount, extent, or importance

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Tempering traditional American enthusiasm for pragmatism and bigness, a new generation of US architects are exploring the challenging complexities of social and ecological issues, nuances of place and formal and material inventiveness.
There's ocean and jungle and you get this image of bigness, so the music can be really big.
But Barclays will need a lot more than vague talk about bigness by a few film stars to convince people that it is an innovative company that wants to meet the needs of its customers.
The combination of high-speed changes and huge sizes has made many consumers uncomfortable and led to a resurgence of concern and fear about bigness.
Second Honors: Hayley Bigness, Haylie Dolan, Scott Duncan Jr.
You were quite right to suggest that bigness is inevitable, and that we cannot go back, and CharlesJencks's Law of Diminishing Architecture, for all its pseudo-scientific graph, certainly has existential validity.
3) Schumacher was not opposed to bigness pre se, but felt that there was an appropriate scale for every activity and that the 'convenience, humanity and manageability of smallness; (4) was preferable to the megalithic urge.
Consumers understand the appeal of bigness and the idea that it may not be good for them.
We had `suffered, starved and triumphed, groveled down yet grasped at glory, grown bigger in the bigness of the whole.
If your marriage ends, it's because he isn't capable of matching your generosity with a similar bigness of heart.
The pressure cooker of the future will challenge our profession to fill the ever-widening void created by bigness in our global society," Dilenschneider said.
Whether you're talking noses or talking auditoriums, bigness can be a blessing, or a gargantuan challenge.
Gallen, Switzerland, entitled "Dimensions of the Mind: The Denial and the Desire in the Spectacle," documented an artistic development reminiscent of the later Chris Burden's jamboree: bigness, professionalism, and overview.
Rem Koolhaas is identified with an architecture that addresses the city, or as he would say, bigness.