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Sky Above, Earth Below, Design of the Sun School for Environmental Studies

Type of Document : Master's Thesis
Author : Abrahams, Richard Warren
Author's Email Address : rabraham@vt.edu
URN : etd-05222001-110045
Title : Sky Above, Earth Below, Design of the Sun School for Environmental Studies
Degree : Master of Architecture
Department : Architecture
Advisory Committee : Advisor Name Title
Hunter Pittman Committee Chair
Date of Defense : 2001-05-08
ABSTRACT :
With the increasing destruction of our natural
environment, and with the realization that we ultimately
depend upon this environment, my thesis explores
the role of Architecture in designing the built
environment to be harmonious with the natural one.
How can Architecture be a teaching tool for the natural
and built environments? Through the design of The
Sun School for Environmental studies involving the
integration of a building’s site, photovoltaic technology,
daylighting, and natural ventilation, how can
Architecture encourage a building to teach about
itself? How can a building respond to its occupants,
and to sun, wind, daylight and temperature? How can
Architecture encourage the occupants to interact with
the building, learn about it, respond to it, and
consequently to increase their awareness of it?

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Between Auto(mobile) and Building A Study of Pedestrian Oriented Parking Lots

Type of Document : Master's Thesis
Author : Adams, Amanda Gayle
Author's Email Address :
agadams@ntelos.net
URN : etd-08112006-140436
Title : Between Auto(mobile) and Building A Study of Pedestrian Oriented Parking Lots
Degree : Master of Architecture
Department : Architecture
Date of Defense 2006-08-01
: Abstract
The automobile is undeniably an icon of our modern era. Decades of accommodating the automobile have dramatically transformed the shape and the quality of our physical environment. The typical suburban retail parking lot is one symptom of our automobile dependence.
Frequently the proposed solutions to sprawl development tend to minimize the economic and marketing appeal of a large surface parking lot. For many communities, the anticipated economic benefit and convenience of a suburban retail development overcomes any reservations about the appearance and effect of the associated sea of asphalt. A more achievable design goal might be a pedestrian-oriented parking lot. Is that feasible? What present and future advantages might be gained? What would it be like?

This thesis studies the typical commercial surface parking lot through observation and analysis, leading to the design of an infrastructural system of elements to develop pedestrian-oriented parking lots.

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Architecture Exists Between Man and Time

Type of Document : Master's Thesis
Author : Aitani, Koichiro
Author's Email Address :
kaitani@vt.edu
URN : etd-11197-221720
Title : Architecture Exists Between Man and Time
Degree : Master of Architecture
Department : Architecture
Date of Defense : 1997-10-13
:Abstract
The light is the giver of presence. Nature is eternal in time. Man's life is transitory. Architecture is the joint between man and light, man and nature.

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An Ongoing Dialogue

Type of Document : Master's Thesis
Author : Adams, Nicole
URN : etd-123322282975860
Title : An Ongoing Dialogue
Degree : Master of Arts
Department : Architecture
Date of Defense : 1997-02-03
:Abstract
This thesis is an attempt to reconcile the form of an idea with the form of a
thing in this world to be experienced. An exploration of the meaning behind
the words idea, form, making and experience begins to unite the intellect of
an architect with the design of an architect. The terms are defined in the
thesis and explained through the project. The thesis through the project
sets out to take these terms beyond mere words and give them an
opportunity to inform eachother. It is this dialectic between idea, form,
making and experience that I believe to be the heart of architecture.
Idea and form are inextricably tied to one another. ?Which is the origin of
the other?? is not as pertinent a question as ?how do the two inform each
other??. Ideas change from project to project as do the forms inherent in
those ideas. Preceeding both idea and material form is another type of
form that is immaterial and often remains unseen. It is the character which
is essential to a thing. Whether it be a place or an object, it is the quality in
the thing itself. This character is the instigator of idea and form. It is the
architect?s goal to make this inherent form perceivable.
An architect makes idea and form manifest through a concept of making.
In Notes for a Theory of Making in a Time of Necessity, Giuseppe
Zambonini emphasizes that ?We must look not only at the quality of the
material used and at the craft employed, but also at the quality of the
thought process selecting and shaping the material. . .quality cannot be an
intrinsic condition that belongs to the object . . . but rather it must express
the intent by which it is created and therein the clarity and strength of the
meaning being produced by its form? (Zambonini, 21). This quality of
design can best be achieved the earlier making and materiality are involved
in the design process. The questions of ?what is the form of this idea?? and
?how is this form to be made?? begin the relationship between idea, form
and making. The immediate responses may be intuitive, but the final one is
the resultof numerous makings. This is why architecture is practiced.
When the question arises:?how can this form not only embody an idea but
be the idea??, the dialogue takes on a greater import. The way in which a
thing will be experienced starts to inform its making. ?It is the process that
will engage both user and observer in an active, participating relationship
with the work and thereby give the work its meaning? (Zambonini, 21). It is
at this point that the dialectic is fully engaged.
These four aspects simultaneously inform each other and nurture the
project throughout its life, from drawing board, to construction to the
various experiences that it will impart. It is not just one aspect, but these
four in communion that are the architecture.

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Gallery For Art

Type of Document : Master's Thesis
Author : AJLANI, Tarek F
Author's Email Address : tajlani@vt.edu
URN : etd-07122005-142627
Title : Gallery For Art
Degree : Master of Architecture
Department : Architecture
Date of Defense : 2005-06-06
:Abstract
For my thesis I explored the idea of the mask in relation to architecture. For my project I designed an art gallery located in Georgetown Washington DC which is composed of three layers: a structural layer, an environmental casing, and an outer layer. Theoretical parallels are drawn between the outer layer of the gallery and what is commonly referred to as a mask. Additionally, I explored the interaction between the layers of the gallery. The distinguishing characteristics of the building include the tri-fa硤e mask, the unique spaces in between the gallery?s layers, the glass system, the mask?s ghost effect, and the floor system.

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A House in Bahrain

Type of Document : Master's Thesis
Author : Al Aali, Maitham
URN : etd-09192006-161227
Title : A House in Bahrain
Degree : Master of Architecture
Department : Architecture
Date of Defense : 2006-09-06
:Abstract
The architecture in Bahrain is now lost between tradition and modernity. The drastic economical changes that occurred there had a large influence on the architecture of the Island. My thesis is a study of the changes that occurred to the architecture of Bahrain over the past thirty five years. It is also a design of a modern house in Bahrain that does not neglect the traditional architectural values of the country. In my work I focused on using geometry and geometrical proportions which in turn unifies the different parts of the house in harmony.

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Technology, Time and Form

Type of Document : Master's Thesis
Author : Al-Masalha, Sami
Author's Email Address :
salmasal@vt.edu
URN : etd-37101759761571
Title : Technology, Time and Form
Degree : Master of Arts
Department : Architecture
Date of Defense : 1997-05-07
:Abstract
As architects in our life we should acknowledge our
problems and use them to create art. This study
acknowledges a cultural and architectural crisis that
exists today in most of the developing world as well
as in Jordan. It is focused on three pertinent aspects,
technology, time, and form, which havebecome
diverse and contradictory in ways unprecedented in
history. Technology by definition is a set of methods
a society employs to satisfy its building requirements.
In the past a state of harmony existed between
incoming values and technology, because of the slow
interaction which allowed the receiving culture
sufficient time for adaptation. In such cultures with
rich architectural tradition and heritage, the main
reason for the gap between existing and incoming
cultures is that they did not prepare to absorb
western exported aesthetic values and technology.
The main cause of this is during this century modern
technology has become too advanced to be
compatible with the capability of local building
technology, and the local tradition no longer has the
economic appeal it had before. The need for rapid
and large scale advancement in the developing
countries was made possible by modern technology,
not just for its economic appeal but also for the
prestige it carries with it. Nowadays, Jordan among
other nations contains a cultural heritage, and an
architectural legacy of great value that is suffering
from imported architectural fashions. However, the
problem is that it fails to distinguish aesthetic values
of western architecture when implementing them into
its culture. It was my intention throughout my studies
to create a bridge between western architectural
technology and traditional architectural forms and
technology in Jordan.

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Museum of Skin Instruments

Type of Document : Master's Thesis
Author : Al-Masri, Antoun Salim
Author's Email Address :
cua@vt.edu
URN : etd-10172005-095641
Title : Museum of Skin Instruments
Degree : Master of Architecture
Department : Architecture
Date of Defense : 2005-09-16
:Abstract
Skin is a very broad topic that allows discovering and exploring all the possibilities of what skin can be. Furthermore, skin is much known for its flexibility that can shape and wrap almost every object we can think of. At the beginning of my thesis research about skin, I thought I knew enough about it to start, but I discovered later on that skin is not a surface. Moreover, I directed myself into exploring more and more about skin and its characteristics. I Built many models to help me understand some of the natural identity of skin and related materials. Those models Became a concept for my project- a museum of skin instruments- in Alexandria, Virginia where I implied the mechanism of different skin instruments in each building. Exploration and experiments were the key to develop my design process.

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Assembling Places

Type of Document : Master's Thesis
Author : Algaze Beato, Cristina
Author's Email Address :
cbeato@vt.edu
URN : etd-09092002-025640
Title : Assembling Places
Degree : Master of Architecture
Department : Architecture
Date of Defense : 2001-05-10
:Abstract
A study on the possibilities of place-making by systematically separating the traditional responsibilities of the wall as an architectural element. Walls usually serve several simultaneous structural, enveloping and distributional duties. The project consists in designing a house where four distinct but interacting types of walls are present, each with a well defined duty. Each necessary but deliberately insufficient in itself: one provides the structure; another is a continuous skin for enclosure and partition; still another solely weatherproofs and, finally, one filters the light and grants privacy.
The four walls function as layers with the capacity of interplay, while retaining their identity. The places resulting from these boundaries assert their presence and function in view of the character bestowed by the form of their enclosure. The choice of material, assembly, texture and color in unique correspondence to each boundary's usefulness, complete the experience of the inhabitant and architectural form comes about.

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Silence, Darkness and Light The Grand Egyptian Museum

Type of Document : Master's Thesis
Author : Ali, Ahmed Kamal
Author's Email Address :
ahali@vt.edu
URN : etd-03012004-162839
Title : Silence, Darkness and Light The Grand Egyptian Museum
Degree : Master of Architecture
Department : Architecture
Date of Defense : 2003-06-11
:Abstract
How can the unique legacy of the most ancient of civilizations be represented within a single building? How can one building spans the area between heaven and earth, the space described in the cosmology of our pharonic ancestors?
Certainly, to design such a building is a unique challenge, and an unprecedented opportunity, on this most privileged of sites in the history of mankind, that a museum is to be constructed capable of linking the immemorial past with the distant future spanning both the horizons of the ancients and those as yet unseen.
Through the investigation of phenomenology, geometry, simplicity, purity and light, listening to the voice of silence, emerging to the light from the darkness, and by understanding the strength of simplicity after passing through complexity, This thesis offers an endless stream of ideas that challenge the mind.
The vision for the Grand Egyptian Museum (GEM) is to establish a place where people from different nations and cultures will be able to immerse themselves in the rich culture heritage from more than 5.000 years of Egyptian civilization. With the support of new technology, more effective and efficient dissemination of information can be achieved, enabling the New Museum to be a source of enjoyable, entertaining, educational and cultural experiences for all visitors.
This project aims at structuring a complex of exhibits and facilities, which will accommodate all Pharaonic periods, it will be the largest museum in the world, and will provide access to information and future knowledge. It results from the careful articulation of the problem and a subsequent ordering of constraints within the context of the competition proposal.

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Flying on the Edge of Sea, Land and Sky - A new passenger terminal for the Grand Bahama International Airport

Type of Document : Master's Thesis
Author : Ambrose, Serge
URN : etd-11262005-182624
Title : Flying on the Edge of Sea, Land and Sky - A new passenger terminal for the Grand Bahama International Airport
Degree : Master of Architecture
Department : Architecture
Date of Defense : 2005-07-12
:Abstract
Ever since the airport was conceived as a permanent building type, airport designers have debated what identity an airport should embody. As a threshold of first impressions, the airport should not only introduce the visitor to the local environment but also represent the identity of a country. The aim of this thesis project is to design an airport terminal that reflects the natural and cultural environments of the islands of the Bahamas. Through its architecture, this building attempts to create an engaging experience for its users: passengers, employees and visitors. Local culture and sense of place are abstracted through architectural ideas, realized in the language of contextual modernism. The synthesis of the themes and concepts explored throughout the design process are presented through drawings and commentary. Precedents such as the Taino cosmos, color and nature, place and culture are used to inspire structural systems, form and aesthetics. The plan of the new airport terminal fulfils the functional program while interpreting the land and sea formations of the Bahama islands; ocean currents and land-sea patterns may be associated with movements of people and machines, converging and diverging within the airport environment.

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Contented Architecture - In Search of Delight for All Senses

Type of Document : Master's Thesis
Author : Angjeli, Anila
URN : etd-11062003-174643
Title : Contented Architecture - In Search of Delight for All Senses
Degree : Master of Architecture
Department : Architecture
Date of Defense : 2003-09-26
:Abstract
Can we create an architecture that is to be savored and experienced as beautiful and meaningful over and over again? Yes! I call it contented Architecture. This Architecture is not just about a space, but the art of space.
Art is the application or exhibition of skills, aesthetic principles, and creative imagination in the production of the beautiful and the meaningful. Art will appeal to different senses. There is the art of cooking with the wonderful tastes and smells. There is the art of music pleasing to ears and spirit, and the art of painting, so inspiring to look at. Imagine living in an artistic space that pleases all the senses! A space with all these virtues becomes The Space, unique, remembered and desired.
It is very difficult to clearly determine how people feel about space. It is not something you calculate easily, as you do with numbers. Even the most precise description, listing all visible features, will not give an inkling of what we feel is the essence of the space. Architecture provides not only new ways of considering form, but of linking form to physical content, expanding the possibilities of Architecture as multi sensory Architecture that engages all the senses, such as sight, sound, touch, smell and taste, etc.
The human need for sensory engagement is shown by the curiosity of young children, which overwhelms any sense of fear. As we age, our sensory needs remain, but our experience based caution keeps us from touching the fire. Out senses are deeply intertwined. Each sense contributes to the fuller comprehension of other sensory information.
In the design process, Architects continuously seek the line that is more pleasing, the just-right palette, and the most perfect overall impact or contribution of the building to its environment. While still on paper, architects must travel through the space in their mind?s eye, imagining reality fulfilling the desires of all senses. Architects are constantly seeking opportunities to establish the sense of love between space and its users. At the end of the day we hope to have discovered and orchestrated the dimensions that engage all senses ? in a way that pleases, lingers, and ultimately leaves us satisfied. This is truly contented Architecture!

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Concealing the Mechanism: The Addition and Rehabilitation of Roanoke's Norfolk and Western Passenger Train Station

Type of Document : Master's Thesis
Author : Arnold, Jessica Kim
Author's Email Address :
jka0001@aol.com
URN : etd-08282002-151529
Title : Concealing the Mechanism: The Addition and Rehabilitation of Roanoke's Norfolk and Western Passenger Train Station
Degree : Master of Architecture
Department : Architecture
Date of Defense : 2002-07-09
:Abstract
Few would deny the importance of preserving our natural landscapes. However, the man-made landscape is just as worthy of preservation/reuse. Buildings represent a language from their past, portraying the builder?s concerns and values. Buildings express their characteristics in time, space, and social context. Their presence and conversely, their absence, have a direct impact on their surroundings.
Architecture has been continually enriched through
change and dialogue, such as additions,
interventions, and renovations of existing buildings. Many buildings exist today that have been poorly maintained, abandoned or the building has been demolished. This has led to the slow deterioration of the basic urban fabric and its framework, causing the overall quality and character of the building and/or its surroundings to become depressing and unattractive.
By rejuvenating/preserving the total environment, as well as, implementing the current design trends, life and history is restored. The challenge and goal of my thesis is to illustrate the positive effect this transformation cycle has on an urban space.
I propose to renovate the historic Norfolk and Westerm Passenger Train Station located in downtown Roanoke, Virginia, and design an
addition onto the building. The train station will serve as a cultural center for the city of Roanoke. By researching and analyzing the history and formal implications of the passenger train station, a sense of harmony, balance, and unity is achieved with the new function of the old space, and therefore, the quality of the existing building is enhanced.

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Unlocking the Urban Box: A Multi-Use Building for Asheville, NC

Type of Document : Master's Thesis
Author : Askew, Chad Lee
Author's Email Address :
caskew@vt.edu
URN : etd-61798-143812
Title : Unlocking the Urban Box: A Multi-Use Building for Asheville, NC
Degree : Master of Architecture
Department : Architecture
Date of Defense : 1998-05-06
:Abstract
The city block may be seen as the fabric of the urban environment. It is often a compacted form, divided only by changing facades and party walls. Boxes all in rows. There is an inescapable sense of enclosure. Architecture has the potential to unlock the box, allowing interaction between inside and out.
The opening, be it a window, skylight, or void, becomes the way that the interior and exterior inform one another. The opening must not only relate to the street and city, but also to the sky and sun. It is an intangible element, created by the form and material that reside in proximity to it. Experiencing the intangible allows a connection to be made with the nature of the site. The opening, generated by form, mass, and material, in turn generates, through visual interaction and the play of light, space that informs and transcends.

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Connection

Type of Document : Master's Thesis
Author : Avery, Richard
Author's Email Address : averys@xnet.com
URN : etd-2298-195919
Title : Connection
Degree : Master of Architecture
Department : Architecture
Date of Defense : 1998-02-05
:Abstract
A study of the experiential aspects of architecture using a small house as the vehicle for exploration

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Harmony

Type of Document : Master's Thesis
Author : Avery, Wendy
Author's Email Address :
averys@xnet.com
URN : etd-21098-221948
Title : Harmony
Degree : Master of Architecture
Department : Architecture
Date of Defense : 1998-02-05
:Abstract
An exploration of harmony in architecture,design, and sustainable community development.

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Intensified Nature

Type of Document : Master's Thesis
Author : Bacha, Ryan Joseph
Author's Email Address :
rbacha@vt.edu
URN : etd-07072003-175645
Title : Intensified Nature
Degree : Master of Architecture
Department : Architecture
Date of Defense : 2002-07-25
:Abstract
While art can be an intensification of perception, this nature center recognizes the presence of nature through symbiotic connotations of its primordial elements as architectural form. Deepened experiences of both nature and architecture are to be achieved through a clarified ordering of architectonic elements and their relationship to each other, nature, and humanity.

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Mixed-use building at Washington Circle inspired by the Situationist ideas

Type of Document : Master's Thesis
Author : Bang, Jakob
Author's Email Address : jakob@bang.mail.dk
URN : etd-10292004-140216
Title : Mixed-use building at Washington Circle inspired by the Situationist ideas
Degree : Master of Architecture
Department : Architecture
Date of Defense : 2004-09-15
:Abstract
The project is a mixed-use building based on three main Situationist themes:
1. The creations of situations - creating a foundation for the spontaneous interaction between users of a building and people randomly passing by.
2. The Labyrinth ? a playful structure that is not necessarily rational and leaves scope for new discoveries that are not evident when you enter the building.
3. Unitary Urbanism - avoiding the sharp distinctions between workplace, residential housing and leisure, the building aims to integrate all aspects of human endeavor. The building should reflect all aspects of the city, hence being a condensed image of the city. The building contains shops, cafes, restaurants, apart-ments and movie theatres. The building is open and invites the users to explore.

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Bridging the gap

Type of Document : Master's Thesis
Author : Barbour, Anna Maria
URN : etd-06282004-224314
Title : Bridging the gap
Degree : Master of Architecture
Department : Architecture
Date of Defense : 2004-06-04
:Abstract
The urban realm is a collage of ruin, artifact, and modern invention. Whole pieces and fragments linger untouched or prosthetized onto new constructions, creating a landscape of monsters. These creatures, beautiful or grotesque, metamorphose through time. The tendons that tie these body parts together tell the story of architecture. This thesis
explores the joint between such members: the detail of the space between.

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Architecture: In the Line of Economy
Type of Document : Master's Thesis
Author : Baumbach, Robert Warren
Author's Email Address :
heiner@vt.edu
URN : etd-73197-113338
Title : Architecture.. In the Line of Economy
Degree : Master of Architecture
Department : Architecture
Date of Defense : 1997-07-11
:Abstract
Three houses are presented in this book. Each house
has been designed with distinct site parameters with the
expectation that obvious differences in form would
occur. The focus of this investigation lies within the
significant parallels that exist between the projects and
how those parallels relate to the principles that constitute
a framework of operation for a designer.

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Modal Shifts: Row Houses and Alley Houses in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia

Type of Document : Master's Thesis
Author : Bearman, Camilo Llorens
URN : etd-05212003-101621
Title : Modal Shifts.. Row Houses and Alley Houses in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia
Degree : Master of Architecture
Department : Architecture
Date of Defense : 2000-02-14
:Abstract
Living in the city requires a balance between public and private modes and individual and communal identities. This project explores the subtleties and intricacies of architectural responses to these concerns in a housing development for a tight, typical urban block. Recognizing that the equilibrium between these opposites fluctuates and is different for each inhabitant, the connecting thresholds are expandable and changeable.

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Rebirth of a Rock: Pembroke Quarry Amphitheatre

Type of Document : Master's Thesis
Author : Bee, Jennifer Liline
URN : etd-11252003-164142
Title : Rebirth of a Rock.. Pembroke Quarry Amphitheatre
Degree : Master of Architecture
Department : Architecture
Date of Defense 1999-07-14
:Abstract
Every place on earth has a voice. This voice resonates from the shaping events that have long passed and the current conditions that continue to give each place its individual character. The voice continually evolves as the cycle of birth, death, and rebirth leaves its trace. This voice in its endless variety of forms expresses the beauty that is inherent within each and every location on earth.
The potential of architecture is the translation of this voice into human terms and the formal declaration that we as humans play a meaningful part in the cycle. The guiding forms, surfaces, substances of architecture allow the human body to move in grace, unhindered, and inspires the mind to sense the essential connection between matter spirit; between the individual and the whole.
The role of the architect is to become sensitive to this voice; to silence the mind enough to hear, and to respond to it in material form. The resulting dialogue between the edifice and the encompassing site reaches a certain completeness that enriches the living experience of the end user, bringing the wandering mind to the present long enough to inspire the thought that "I belong here, among all of this."
The technical training required in order to gain an inherent understanding of structure and materials takes years of experience in the field of architecture. However, it has been the focus of my graduate career to further develop this sensitivity to the site and make my first attempts at formulating an architectural response, suggesting structures that could achieve this engagement with the end user and the site itself.

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How Architecture can influence private contemplation and public negotiation

Type of Document : Master's Thesis
Author : Bello, Bradford August
URN : etd-04032006-185805
Title : How Architecture can influence private contemplation and public negotiation.
Degree : Master of Architecture
Department : Architecture
Date of Defense : 2006-04-03
:Abstract
How can Architecture influence private contemplation and public negotiation? This thesis attempts to investigate the effect of our
built environment on how individuals work together. To explore this question, a conflict resolution center becomes the vehicle to study the physical, social, and intellectual impact on thinking and decision-making.

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Sensual Architecture: Project for a Thermal Bath at Warm Springs

Type of Document : Master's Thesis
Author : Bengel, Karen A
URN : etd-08172000-22250019
Title : Sensual Architecture: Project for a Thermal Bath at Warm Springs
Degree : Master of Architecture
Department : Architecture
Date of Defense : 2000-06-16
:Abstract
This thesis investigation an project design were driven by the desire to develop an understanding of how architecture addresses the senses. Guided by the practice of a craft, the vestige of art, architectural history and precedent, and the physiology of the five senses, an idea for a thermal bath was expressed
through material. This book is a record of that process

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Architecture as a Translation of Noise

Type of Document : Master's Thesis
Author : Bernal, Jorge
Author's Email Address :
newdecon@aol.com
URN : etd-12162003-163815
Title : Architecture as a Translation of Noise
Degree : Master of Architecture
Department : Architecture
Date of Defense : 2002-02-08
Abstract:
Light, Space, Color, and texture are elements often used in the construction of Architectural composition. This thesis is about adding sound (noise) to that palette.

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