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ARCHITECTS QUIZ - 1

Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) was an American architect, interior designer, writer, and educator. He designed more than 1,000 structures, including homes, museums, churches, and commercial buildings, and is considered one of the most influential architects of the 20th century.

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What is the name of the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed residence in Scottsdale, Arizona, that was his winter home and now serves as a museum?

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Which Frank Lloyd Wright-designed home was destroyed in 1947 by a wealthy client's disgruntled servant?

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In what city is the Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio located?

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What is the name of the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed building in Racine, Wisconsin, that served as the headquarters for the SC Johnson company?

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What is the name of the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed house in Pasadena, California, that features distinct concrete blocks?

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What was Frank Lloyd Wright's most famous design?

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What is the name of the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed house in Chicago that is considered one of the greatest examples of his Prairie style?

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Which famous Japanese architect did Frank Lloyd Wright influence?

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What is the name of Frank Lloyd Wright's signature style?

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What is the name of the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed building in New York City that served as the offices of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation?

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Zaha Hadid was an Iraqi-British architect and designer known for her innovative and avant-garde designs. She was born in Baghdad, Iraq in 1950 and studied mathematics at the American University of Beirut before moving to London to study architecture at the Architectural Association School of Architecture.

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Which of the following was Zaha Hadid's last completed project before her death?

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In which city was Zaha Hadid born?

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Zaha Hadid studied at which university?

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Zaha Hadid is best known for which of the following?

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Zaha Hadid won the prestigious Stirling Prize for Architecture twice. Which of the following buildings did she win the prize for?

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Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of Zaha Hadid's architectural style?

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Which of the following was Zaha Hadid's first major international commission?

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Which of the following was NOT designed by Zaha Hadid?

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In what year did Zaha Hadid become the first woman to win the Pritzker Architecture Prize?

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What was the name of the building that Zaha Hadid designed for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar?

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Zaha Hadid was an Iraqi-British architect and designer known for her innovative and avant-garde designs. She was born in Baghdad, Iraq in 1950 and studied mathematics at the American University of Beirut before moving to London to study architecture at the Architectural Association School of Architecture.

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Zaha Hadid was the first woman to receive which prestigious architecture award?

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Which of the following statements about Zaha Hadid is true?

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Which of the following buildings designed by Zaha Hadid is located in China?

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In what year did Zaha Hadid become the first woman to receive the RIBA Gold Medal?

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In addition to architecture, what other area did Zaha Hadid contribute to?

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Which of the following buildings designed by Zaha Hadid is located in Rome, Italy?

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What was the name of the first project designed by Zaha Hadid that was realized?

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Which of the following buildings designed by Zaha Hadid is located in Saudi Arabia?

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Which of the following cities is home to the Zaha Hadid Architects headquarters?

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Which of the following is NOT a material that Zaha Hadid used in her designs?

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Laurie Baker (1917-2007) was an English-born architect, writer, and social activist who spent most of his life working in India. He is known for his innovative approach to sustainable architecture, which emphasized the use of local materials and techniques, low-cost construction, and eco-friendly design.

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What was Laurie Baker's approach to architecture?

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Which of the following was not one of Laurie Baker's core principles in architecture?

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What is Laurie Baker known for?

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Which award did Laurie Baker receive in 1990 for his contributions to architecture?

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In which state of India did Laurie Baker work extensively as an architect?

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Where was Laurie Baker born?

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Which material did Laurie Baker frequently use in his architecture?

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What was the name of the trust founded by Laurie Baker?

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Which of the following is a famous building designed by Laurie Baker in India?

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What was Laurie Baker's profession?

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ARCHITECTS QUIZ - 5

Laurie Baker (1917-2007) was an English-born architect, writer, and social activist who spent most of his life working in India. He is known for his innovative approach to sustainable architecture, which emphasized the use of local materials and techniques, low-cost construction, and eco-friendly design.

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Which famous American architect visited Laurie Baker's works in India and was influenced by his style?

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Which of the following organizations was not founded by Laurie Baker?

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What is the name of Laurie Baker's autobiography?

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Which of the following was not one of Laurie Baker's design innovations?

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Which famous Indian architect was influenced by Laurie Baker's work?

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What was the name of the building that Laurie Baker designed for the Indian Coffee Board in Bangalore?

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What was the name of the first building designed by Laurie Baker in India?

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What was the name of the project that Laurie Baker undertook in the aftermath of the 1971 cyclone in the Indian state of Orissa?

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In what year did Laurie Baker pass away?

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Which of the following awards was not received by Laurie Baker during his lifetime?

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Charles Correa was a renowned Indian architect, planner, and activist who played a significant role in shaping modern Indian architecture. He was born in 1930 in Secunderabad, India, and passed away in 2015.

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Which of the following is NOT a principle that guided Charles Correa's architecture?

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Which of the following was Charles Correa's approach towards urban planning?

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Which of the following is NOT a common material used in Charles Correa's architecture?

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Which of the following was a challenge faced by Charles Correa in designing the Bharat Bhavan cultural center in Bhopal?

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What was the name of Charles Correa's architectural firm?

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Which of the following is a characteristic of Charles Correa's residential designs?

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Which of the following is NOT a project designed by Charles Correa?

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In which year did Charles Correa receive the prestigious Royal Gold Medal for Architecture?

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Which Indian city is home to the iconic Jawahar Kala Kendra cultural center designed by Charles Correa?

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Which of the following is a project designed by Charles Correa in his hometown of Mumbai?

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ARCHITECTS QUIZ - 7

Frank Gehry is a renowned Canadian-American architect known for his innovative and unconventional designs that challenge traditional architecture.

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Which of the following buildings was NOT designed by Frank Gehry?

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In which city is the Biomuseo, a museum designed by Frank Gehry that explores the biodiversity of Panama?

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In which city is the Walt Disney Concert Hall, designed by Frank Gehry, located?

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Which of the following materials is commonly used in Frank Gehry's architectural designs?

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Which building did Frank Gehry design to house the Weisman Art Museum?

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Which famous architect did Frank Gehry work for before starting his own architectural firm?

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In which country is Frank Gehry's design for the Louis Vuitton Foundation located?

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Which of Frank Gehry's designs was inspired by fish?

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Which famous building did Frank Gehry design in Bilbao, Spain?

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Which university did Frank Gehry attend?

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ARCHITECTS QUIZ - 8

Edwin Lutyens was a British architect and designer who lived from 1869 to 1944. He is widely considered one of the most important architects of the 20th century, and his work had a profound influence on the field of architecture and design.

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Lutyens collaborated with which garden designer to create the gardens at Hestercombe House?

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Which country house did Lutyens design for Lord and Lady Mountbatten?

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Which London building did Lutyens design for the newspaper, The Daily Telegraph?

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Which building did Lutyens design as the administrative headquarters for British India?

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Which British World War I cemetery was designed by Lutyens and features the Stone of Remembrance?

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Which English city features Lutyens' design for the Liverpool Cathedral?

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In what year was Edwin Lutyens born?

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Which design by Lutyens won a competition to create a monument to Queen Victoria in 1901?

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Which war memorial designed by Lutyens stands at the center of Whitehall in London?

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Which London house, designed by Lutyens, was used as the location for the Prime Minister's residence in the TV series "The Crown"?

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ARCHITECTS QUIZ - 9

Jean Nouvel is a French architect known for his innovative and experimental approach to design. He was born on August 12, 1945, in Fumel, France, and studied architecture at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris.

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Which of the following is NOT a building designed by Jean Nouvel?

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What is the name of the cultural complex in Qatar that was designed by Jean Nouvel and opened in 2019?

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Jean Nouvel was awarded the Royal Gold Medal by the Royal Institute of British Architects in which year?

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What is the name of the luxury residential tower in New York City that Jean Nouvel designed and that was completed in 2018?

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Jean Nouvel was born in which country?

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Which of the following is a key feature of the design of the Louvre Abu Dhabi museum?

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Which of the following buildings did Jean Nouvel design for the 2006 World Cup in Germany?

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In which city can you find the "Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2010," a temporary structure designed by Jean Nouvel?

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Jean Nouvel won the Pritzker Prize, often referred to as the Nobel Prize of architecture, in which year?

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In which city can you find the "Arab World Institute," a building designed by Jean Nouvel?

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