The Architecture Puzzler
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Architecture Puzzler #257
Self-fibrillating synthetic fibers have become a more common component of which common building material?
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Architecture Puzzler #256
Place the following projects in the correct decade: 1880s, 1890s, 1900s, 1910s, or 1920s.
a. AEG Turbin Factory, Berlin, by Peter Behrens
b. Bauhaus, Dessau, by Walter Gropius
c. Sagrada Familia, Barcelona, by Antoni Gaudi
d. Sturgis House, Hogs Back, Surrey, by Charles F. A. Voysey
e. Dom-ino House, Concept, by Le Corbusier
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