The basic forms of architectural construction (such as post-and-lintel, arches, vaults and domes) are hundreds of years old.
Architects still use these methods, but they often find new and exciting ways to utilize them.
Create a list of all the construction materials, processes, and methods discussed in this lesson. Take a short field trip through the hallways or outside your home. Look around the immediate area of your home building for examples of construction methods discussed in your text. Place checkmarks on your list for any examples you see.