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  • Lachowski, Eric (2012-05-18)
    Our age of architecture is fortunate enough to be so multifaceted. There is no one dominating idea, or movement, dictating how we design. But oddly enough a condition of favoritism has determined certain architecture to ...
  • Pearn, Jonathan (2012-05-19)
    The title, they played fairly, is a remark based on the lifestyle choices which were catered to in the thesis. The thesis in general revolves around an environmentally conscious lifestyle. Design features include a ...
  • Whitting, Jacob (2018-08-23)
    This thesis focuses to ask multiple questions about residential community in Detroit, while simultaneously offering solutions to those questions. It is imperative that residential communities in Detroit are focused on ...
  • Stawiarski, Thaddeus (2020-09-14)
    These design methods propose a potential future for growing Detroit communities. Detroit exists in a very complex state of urbanity. The centrality on industry during the development of the automotive boom structured the ...
  • Menchaca, Amber (2012-05-19)
    Many cultures embrace the elderly; revering them as wise sources of experience and wisdom. In the United States however, youth, vitality and the ability to be independent are largely the greater prize. In our endless effort ...
  • Blackburn, Joshua (2020-09-14)
    To say they have spent a day in their shoes understates the lifetime they plan to spend under their skin. The host and home are known. When the parasite approaches, it might as well be their home, but it is not. The ...
  • Cox, Alyse (2021-05-19)
    Over time, civilization has altered nature to become filtered. As nature has become filtered, people have developed their own level of tolerance to true, unfiltered nature. Biophilic design, although considered an objective ...
  • Laird, Marina (2022-05-13)
    There are many understandings of transcendence that begin to describe the experience through a variety of lenses. What most definitions have in common is the understanding that trance like states are ego-dissolving states ...
  • Cole, Carli (2012-05-19)
    Throughout time – preceding constructed civilization – ritual has been a predominant part of life. Early Native American settlers danced around fires chanting rituals and expressing their emotional connection to the physical ...
  • Sucher, Brad (2012-05-19)
    The intention of this thesis is to investigate spatial relationships between architecture and spectacle. Generally speaking, spectacle refers to an event that is memorable for the appearance it creates. Guy Debord’s ...
  • Krygel, James Gerald (2012-05-19)
    What are the issues in issues of live/work and the thresholds that define that in-between space? It is the parts of the whole that start to create a process of movement that defines the idea of threshold; the steps one ...
  • Abdullah, Galal (2022-04-26)
    Urban vacancy is a continuing problem in many cities across the nation. Vacant lots greening helps improve neighborhood conditions and the opportunity to transfer vacant lots into valuable space in the neighborhood where ...
  • See, Mark (2012-05-19)
    The intent of this thesis is to propose that the world is experienced through a series of transitional elements that give way from one event to another. As objects/events begin to reveal themselves, a new set of circumstances ...
  • Kasebi, Shalaleh (2019-05-21)
    Through the analysis of a range of passive cooling strategies found in vernacular architecture from various arid climate zones, this investigation aimed to define a set of strategies that allow for the implementation of ...
  • Storm, Dean (2012-05-19)
    The design process is essential to creating meaningful architectural space. Through this sequence or cycle, creative surprises emerge. With the advent of digital media, perceptions of architectural space are being transformed, ...
  • Trash It 
    Strong, Da'Carla (2019-06-04)
    Waste management can help build communities and affects every urban dweller every single day. In U.S cities there is often a significant disconnect between public behavior and sustainable waste management practices. This ...
  • Lamfers, Heather (2020-09-09)
    Historic preservation is researched through the integration of modern elements to fully engage the users of the space. Sensorial architecture engages with historic concepts to create a new understanding of the past. ...
  • Meyers, Rachel-Yoon (2012-05-19)
    Structures that have sheltered us since the dawn of time have echoed the human anatomy. Architecture is often referred to as the human body. In accordance, we can summarize the success in architecture to be experience. In ...
  • Richards, Jennifer (2013-06-11)
    Annual retail sales in the United States stand at $4,307,531,000,000. While this is down from a high point in 2007, we are spending more than ever before. The average American spends 42% of their income on housing, 18% on ...
  • Tugon 
    Lazarte, Angela (2021-05-18)
    The Philippines is a country that experiences natural disasters frequently and faces destruction and casualties throughout the year. This thesis hopes to explore the different ways architecture can aid with these problems ...

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