Some articles on designed:
... The Mount Pleasant Library opens in Washington, DC, designed by Edward Lippincott Tilton The Bauhaus moves to a building in Dessau, designed by Walter Gropius ... at Texas Tech University (then Texas Technological College) in Lubbock, Texas designed by Wyatt C ...
... On land, artists such as Andre Mare designed camouflage schemes and observation posts disguised as trees ... carriers were painted in dazzle patterns that were highly visible, but designed to confuse enemy gunners as to the target's speed, range, and heading ... World War, zoologists such as Hugh Cott designed camouflage schemes to protect large targets such as airfields and gun batteries from detection from the ...
... Chase Tower completed in Detroit, Michigan, designed by Albert Kahn Associates ... Guggenheim Museum designed by Frank Lloyd Wright is completed ... Bracken House, the Financial Times headquarters in the City of London, designed by Sir Albert Richardson, is completed ...
... First Dymaxion House is designed by Richard Buckminster Fuller ... The Royal Horticultural Society New Building, a second exhibition hall for the RHS, designed by Easton Robertson is completed ... Villa Savoye in Poissy-sur-Seine, designed by Le Corbusier is completed ...
... Sears Tower in Chicago, Illinois, United States, designed by Skidmore, Owings and Merrill, becomes the tallest building in the world October 20 - Sydney Opera House, designed by ... Standard Oil Building The Harvard Science Center at Harvard University, Boston, Massachusetts, designed by Josep Lluís Sert, is built The IDS Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota is completed The First ...
More definitions of "designed":
- (adj): Planned or created in an artistic or skilled manner.
Example: "A beautifully designed dress"; "some Italian designed sandals have cushioning"
- (adj): Carefully practiced or designed or premeditated.
- (adj): Organized so as to give configuration to.
Example: "A vehicle designed for rough terrain"
Famous quotes containing the word designed:
“Haggerty: Girls! Girls! Girls! Be careful of my hats.
Chorus Girl: Well, we gotta get down on the stage.
Haggerty: I dont care. I wont allow you to ruin them.
Dressing Room Matron: See, I told you. They were too high and too wide.
Haggerty: Well, Big Woman, I designed the costumes for the show, not the doors for the theater.
Dressing Room Matron: I know that. If you had, theyd have been done in lavender.”
—James Gleason (18861959)
“It is with benefits as with injuries in this respect, that we do not so much weigh the accidental good or evil they do us, as that which they were designed to do us.That is, we consider no part of them so much as their intention.”
—Laurence Sterne (17131768)
“Every woman who visited the Fair made it the center of her orbit. Here was a structure designed by a woman, decorated by women, managed by women, filled with the work of women. Thousands discovered women were not only doing something, but had been working seriously for many generations ... [ellipsis in source] Many of the exhibits were admirable, but if others failed to satisfy experts, what of it?”
—Kate Field (18381908)