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  • Wansten, Jamie (2012-05-17)
    When asked "What are the essential items you cannot live without?"many people would name their I-pods, computers, or their car. For many, the four essential items that every human needs in order to live; air, food, water, ...
  • Ledesma, Enrique (2017-06-06)
    Like all great films, architecture has the capacity to tell stories. Stories which ask us to move both physically and psychologically in a orchestrated film composed and directed by the architect. This implies an important ...
  • Bingham, Allison Quinn (2015-01-22)
    Experience is actual participation in something or the direct contact with something. The architecture and landscape around us creates an experience in our everyday life. We have an interaction with architecture or ...
  • Da Via, Carrie (2012-05-17)
    What does it mean to be human? People are truly incredible creatures, capable of learning, communicating, growing, healing, designing, and most basically and beautifully, living. According to Martin Heidegger, the human’s ...
  • Willis, Rebecca (2012-11-30)
    ...The pursuit of happiness is the catalyst of the majority of human actions, yet crime rates and compassionless actions are astronomical. For some, malicious behavior lines the path of their pursuit to happiness... Criminal ...
  • Gross, Sean (2012-05-24)
    Alleys. A network that we have tired to hide in our urban environments is re-thought. The residual space between structures in urban environments goes largely unnoticed, yet consumes a large area of space. This thesis ...
  • Clark, Rachel (2012-05-17)
    A city is composed of layers. Each layer is apart of history and is important to the growth of the city. The layers create the characteristics of the city. This investigation explores the notion of compiling the layers and ...
  • Krupitzer, Craig (2012-05-17)
    This is an investigation that will look at how architecture mediates the body. Also, it will explore the mediation between the building and its site and how the program spaces are mediated to each other. It will explore ...
  • Flippo, Andrew (2012-05-17)
    Security and the gradually growing need for a feeling of safety is nothing that cannot be traced throughout history, however it seems that traditional and modern systems have been achieved through the implementation of ...
  • Kelderhouse, Patrick (2012-05-17)
    I am proposing to address the connection/collision of University of Detroit Mercy and the surrounding community of Harmony Village. I am attempting to link two incompatible sites and make them work as one. Creating this ...
  • Begin, Nathalie (2020-09-15)
    This thesis project began with an investigation of the current healthcare industry and healing design practices. A gap exists in the current healthcare industry between hospital and home. This gap forces people to rush ...
  • Schildgen, Duncan (2020-09-10)
    The purpose of this thesis is to examine the unique position that the University of Detroit Mercy School of Architecture is in at its current moment in history. Framing the examination around the four core elements that ...
  • Schroeder, Travis (2022-05-12)
    Implementing creative methods to remediate and re-inhabit the post-industrial McLouth landscape, a brownfield located at the southern end of the Detroit River. The issue of Brownfield landscapes has been brought to the ...
  • Dunne, Addison (2015-05-12)
    This thesis began as an investigation on how to leverage Detroit’s greatest asset its’ community, and provide it a space which would re-densify one of the major problems in Detroit, the fragmentation of its housing in its’ ...
  • Szewczyk, Amy (2012-05-17)
    The focus of the thesis is about the specificity of place and the memory of how it has evolved. Research of the site provides not only a glimpse of its history, but also an understanding of the people who liveCd), workCed), ...
  • Power, Clayton (2015-01-22)
    The investigation of the this thesis study is to take a critical look into the issues of density and the phenomenological qualities such as light and place and to weave them into a medium density housing development. The ...
  • Buxser, Nathan (2012-05-17)
    A Catalyst for Gradual Change This thesis seeks to explore the way in which an area, or neighborhood, which suffered from a loss of its inhabitants can again become a viable and vital area within a city. Lack of density, ...
  • Tavernier, Neteya (2022-05-16)
    This thesis explores how underprivileged communities can be supported and transformed to overtime become self-sustaining. A self-sustaining community is one that is planned, built, or modified to promote sustainable living ...
  • Jess, Robert J. (2012-04-27)
    Eco travel and eco lodging are growing in popularity among travelers today, with this comes an opportunity for architects to design and build sustainable projects for the people that visit these often times fragile ...
  • McPhillips, Matthew S. (2012-05-17)
    The following is neither a criticism of the city nor of the surrounding suburbs. It is simply a realization that the role of each has changed. Old generalizations no longer apply. For example, given the question "do you ...

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