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Adjectives to describe architecture
What adjectives can you use to describe buildings/ architecture? Brainstorm a list and then compare with the list below.
1960s Art Nouveau Beautiful/ Gorgeous Brick Classic Concrete Ecologically friendly/ Green Famous/ Infamous Huge Impressive Innovative Low rise Medieval Mock Tudor Modernist Old-fashioned Over-the-top Pebble-dashed Plate glass Radical/ Revolutionary Residential Ruined Simple Spacious Tall Traditional Unexceptional Unique Timbered
Ancient Bad taste Boring/ Dull/ Bland Brightly coloured Classical Dated Elegant Gothic Iconic Influential Kitsch Luxurious Minimalist Modern Multi-storey/ High-rise Ornate Plain Timber Post-modern Renaissance Romanesque Rundown Single-storey Stunning Timeless Ugly/ Hideous Uninspiring Wooden
Choose a building that you think your partner will know and describe it until they guess what you are thinking of. They can only guess once for each sentence you say.
Choose one of the categories above and discuss which building is "the most..."/ "the ... est" with your partner.
Do the same for the most radical/ revolutionary, influential and/ or innovative buildings.
What inventions have most changed architecture, do you think? What are the histories of those inventions?
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