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 أكبر مجموعة من رسائل الماجيستير والدكتوراة في العمارة

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ذكر عدد الرسائل : 1494
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تاريخ التسجيل : 27/09/2007

مُساهمةموضوع: رد: أكبر مجموعة من رسائل الماجيستير والدكتوراة في العمارة   السبت أبريل 05, 2008 5:14 am

City/edge

Type of Document : Master's Thesis
Author : Berghage, Jeffrey L.
URN : etd-120899-090539
Title : City/edge
Degree : Master of Architecture
Department : Architecture
Date of Defense : 1999-10-14
:Abstract
As transportation systems, telecommunications, and methods of working and living evolve, it becomes clear that a centralized urban area is no longer necessary; a web of interconnected centers is the more likely result.
This dissolution of urban density is occuring at a variety of scales, from the largest metro areas to smaller towns. Major "edge cities" have tended to develop at crossroads where radiating urban avenues intersect with concentric beltways. In our towns, smaller-scale edge cities occur at expressway exits outside the town limits, or where the business route into town separates from the bypass around it.
"City/edge" is an architectural reconsideration of the edge city.

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ذكر عدد الرسائل : 1494
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تاريخ التسجيل : 27/09/2007

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Design and Architecture High School

Type of Document : Master's Thesis
Author : Bernal, Jorge L.
URN : etd-02042002-102708
Title : Design and Architecture High School
Degree : Master of Architecture
Department : Architecture
Date of Defense : 2001-01-31
:ABSTRACT
This thesis is about learning from architecture, it is about teaching design at an early age, and how light and space speak about architecture. It is about teaching design and architecture at the high school level, and the ideas, metaphors and sources of inspirations used to achieve this.
Design students require a sense of the sublime, the ability to respond to art and architecture, and challenge to aspire to greatness. Schools of design must teach about nature, the metaphysical and the fragility of mankind, moving away from prior schools of thought including "form follows function" and replacing the traditional teaching of architecture with a more inclusive approach.One way to develop thought processes that lead to inclusivity is through the metaphor.
Metaphors are the foundation of the imagination. Strongly developed metaphorical channels are essential to any designer. They offer opportunities to contemplate a proposed work in another light. They inspire the designer to probe new sets of questions and develop new ideas and interpretations. Several metaphors formed the basis of this thesis, "Learning as Light," "A new light every dawn," and "Education by Design," which proposes that twenty?first century design educators rely more greatly on the use of metaphors in their teaching curriculum. Above all, the search for the metaphysical "soul of the building" is and will continue to be the most integral element in the teaching of design and architecture.
Art, architecture and archeology are essential elements to a robust design education, for they provide the context for the history, challenges and changes of the field. This thesis proposes a Design and Architecture High School in downtown Washington, a design developed through careful consideration of the elements essential to the transfer of knowledge.

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ذكر عدد الرسائل : 1494
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تاريخ التسجيل : 27/09/2007

مُساهمةموضوع: رد: أكبر مجموعة من رسائل الماجيستير والدكتوراة في العمارة   السبت أبريل 05, 2008 5:15 am

Fitness, Flexibility, and Suspension: An Aquatics Facility on Washington, D.C.'s Southwest Waterfront

Type of Document : Master's Thesis
Author : Biesiadny-Mrstik, Michelle Marie
Author's Email Address :
shell@vt.edu
URN : etd-06282004-223915
Title : Fitness, Flexibility, and Suspension: An Aquatics Facility on Washington, D.C.'s Southwest Waterfront
Degree : Master of Architecture
Department : Architecture
Date of Defense : 2004-05-13
:Abstract
To create a legible building, the structure’s form must describe and reinforce the mission of the organization that inhabits it. This proposal for a regional competition, training and recreational aquatics facility demonstrates ideas of physical fitness through an exploration of muscles, cables, tension, joints, and bones. The building is part of a larger urban strategy for redeveloping the Washington Channel waterfront in Southwest Washington, D.C. Early images of transformed beach glass, thread, and basswood generated the inspiration for the basic architectural components: the wall, the columns, and the suspended jewels. The following document gives definition to the basic elements.

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ذكر عدد الرسائل : 1494
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تاريخ التسجيل : 27/09/2007

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Response to the Sun

Type of Document : Master's Thesis
Author : Bingham, David Paul
Author's Email Address :
dbingham@bev.net
URN : etd-052699-115505
Title : Response to the Sun
Degree : Master of Architecture
Department : Architecture
Date of Defense : 1994-12-14
:Abstract
This thesis is an attempt to address the phenomenon of the sun in architecture. Particular use is made of the notions of warmth, light, shadow and energy as form generators. Of specific concern is how one structure can work in harmony within its environment and existing constraints.
An analysis of an existing building is performed, with an eye to its strengths and weaknesses as a residence. It is an interesting challenge for an architect to take an undistinguished building - one designed for a bygone age of surplus energy - to identify those substantive elements to be retained and reused, those which are to be eliminated or substantially altered, and then harmonize them, in conjunction with a new plan, in order to create a warm, energy efficient, aesthetically appealing, and ultimately livable family residence. The possibilities concerning the highest and best changes to be made to improve the use of an existing structure are first identified.
This thesis shows how a physically and spiritually cold, unattractive, and unremarkable building, one of little or no architectural merit, can be transformed - through improved natural light and heat - to create a better environment for a family.

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ذكر عدد الرسائل : 2997
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تاريخ التسجيل : 20/10/2007

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