The Architecture Puzzler
Created by Dave Guadagni
Architecture Puzzler #225
Born in 1852, his father was a coppersmith and pot and kettle maker. Palacio Guell, Casa Batllo, Casa Mila, and the Church Sagrada Familia are his better known projects. Who is the architect and which architectural style is he associated with?
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Architecture Puzzler #224
Galvanic action or corrosion occurs between dissimilar metals when sufficient moisture is present to carry an electrical charge. In the "galvanic series," metals are arranged from most "noble" (least reactive to corrosion), gold and platinum, to least noble (most reactive to corrosion), magnesium. Rank the following metals from most to least noble: Copper, steel, silver, nickel, aluminum, titanium and lead. At which end would you place graphite?
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Smiths painted by Polish artist Bartoszek, 1937.
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