The Architecture Puzzler
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Architecture Puzzler #211
Patented by Englishman Frederick Walton in 1863, this material is made from cork, resin, gum, linseed oil, and pigments. What building material is this?
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Architecture Puzzler #210
The sound level of 10 decibels (dBA) is considered just audible, 70 dBA loud, and 130 dBA the threshold of pain. A hard rock band will typically play at 80, 100 or 120 dBA?
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