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    QUIZ

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    Quizzical Pursuit
    —The Architecture Puzzler

    Created by Dave Guadagni

     

    Architecture Puzzler #223

    In contemporary mirror manufacture, what reflective material is most commonly applied to the back surface of the glass?


     

    Question from Last Week:
    Architecture Puzzler #222

    On March 26, 2000 an implosion lasting 16.8 seconds reduced Seattle’s Kingdome to a pile of rubble. It took considerably longer to remove the pile that measured 12 to 23 feet (3.6 to 7.0 meters) deep at its perimeter. What was the approximate cost of the entire demolition contract?  

    Answer to Puzzler #222


     

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    Dave Guadagni, AIA, is an architect with Robertson/Sherwood/Architects

    Quizzical Pursuit is Copyright 2005, Dave Guadagni.

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