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  • Giacco, Anthony (2012-05-19)
    History has shown that there are moments in time when a product, service or movement crosses a threshold and grows exponentially, like a contagious epidemic, from the smallest yet vastly important of influences or events. ...
  • Vereecke, Peter (2013-06-13)
    The Composition of a city is the direct product of ideas and habits that have been invented, reformed and re imagined over the course of a city’s existence. The size of a city is often limited to the amount of people that ...
  • Gerlach, Adam (2012-05-19)
    The evolution of landscape from wilderness to farmland to village to city is well documented throughout the world. What happens to the city? Does it continue to evolve? In some cases the city continuously reinvents itself ...
  • Smoes, David (2012-05-19)
    The space around us is in a constant state of flux, and as the world continues to grow the amount of usable space is beginning to curb. It now becomes the job of the architect to organize and compose a solution for this ...
  • Vermeersch, Irina (2014-05-21)
    This thesis was conducted by a master’s student at the University of Detroit Mercy, School of Architecture. The “Urban Edge Condition” thesis is based on research of urban edge that was conducted in the City of Detroit. ...
  • Owczarek, Jeff (2012-05-19)
    With the advent of cell phones and internet and cheap gasoline for the automobile, long-distance transportation and communication has never been easier. Commuters can travel 20 to 40 to 100 miles daily between work and ...
  • Okunlola, Ayomide (Ayomide Okunlola, 2019-04-24)
    The aim of this thesis is to investigate the urban structure of mobility in Lagos from the perspective of the non-vehicular commuter and informal spaces. The mega-city has experienced extreme rapid growth in population ...
  • Hoffer, Woodrow II (2012-05-19)
    The purpose of this thesis investigation is to explore how space can be connected and [re]connected. How does one connect different entities to create a harmonious urban space? How does one [re]connect and integrate a ...
  • Detloff, Melissa (2012-05-19)
    Post industrial urban decline is a direct result from cities that expanded in relation to the economic boom of manufacturing during the industrial revolution of the early 20th century. Manufacturing however has slowly ...
  • Sykes, Craig (2016-05-19)
    Detroit is no doubt going through a phase of vast development and growth. The amount of construction projects one will see when venturing into the city can be absolutely overwhelming. As the city continues to develop, land ...
  • Skora, Theresa A. (2012-05-19)
    The Motor City takes pride in its rich history. As a former leader in industry and advancement, Detroit continues to thrive on international automotive renown, business enterprise and riverfront development. Beautifully ...
  • Olmos, Olivia (2012-05-19)
    Schools should be viewed as agents for urban revitalization and critical parts of our communities. As a society attempting to change for the global good it is only logical to implement new design and environmental technologies ...
  • Bolofer, Carl (2012-05-19)
    The depopulation of American cities has led to the deterioration and fracturing of the urban form. Population has shifted to the outer peripheries of the city center making conditions likely for voids and vacancy in the ...
  • Talbot, Raymond (2012-05-19)
    The evolution of this thesis revolves around the belief that in order to attract people of varying backgrounds to an urban high rise dwelling environment, units need to offer the amenities commonly found in suburban ...
  • Carr, Daniel (2012-05-19)
    In exploring the phenomenon of a city, few choose to focus on those faced with blight, decay or abandonment. To choose to turn away from those cities in the most blatant need is to miss some of the richest opportunity for ...
  • Loria, Joseph (2022-04-26)
    This thesis focuses on an ever-growing and expanding field of augmented reality and discovering who will have to design these systems. Throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, industries have focused on online and ...
  • VanOverbeke, Zachary (2017-05-20)
    Visualization techniques in architecture have been utilized as communication and design tools since antiquity. Traditional artist force interaction by creating familiarity within the art for an observer, by understanding ...
  • Simoski, Danny (2019-06-03)
    We have had many forms of virtual reality that has changed the way that we interact with each other. Those came in the forms of storytelling, artwork, photography, and lastly, what we now know as “virtual reality” today. ...
  • Bernardi, Nicholas (2012-05-19)
    Urban areas can dissipate into virtually nothing for a number of reasons including, economic decline, de-industrialization, war, and natural disasters. These instances all share a common theme, which is, the restriction ...
  • Phillips, Whitnee (2012-05-19)
    mu·se·um (myōō-zē’əm) n. A building, place, or institution devoted to the acquisition, conservation, study, exhibition, and educational interpretation of objects having scientific, historical, or artistic value. val·ue ...

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