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  • Baum, Leah (2018-05-10)
    The thesis is an in-depth study of the Green Line that divided Jerusalem physically between 1948 to 1967. This research is focusing on the architectural intervention of reconciliation and urban fusion in the city, taking ...
  • Harrison, Joshua (2012-05-18)
    Care for the mentally ill has been a concern since the colonial settlement of the United States. Urbanization forced the government to react to the overwhelming task of caring for the mentally ill. The mentally ill are ...
  • Junk 
    Chen, Duo (2012-05-18)
    Architecture can be broken down into three components: materials, structures, and construction methods (wall section). Ordinary building materials that typically come to mind are stone, timber, steel, concrete, and glass. ...
  • Lohrer, Nathan (2012-05-18)
    Throughout history traumatic events have served as a catalyst for the reinvention of the city. Through destruction cities are able to change the ways in which they function, address issues that limit growth, provide ...
  • Ducharme, Sabine (2022-05-06)
    Vernacular architecture best exemplifies a relationship between form and function; the simplest form of providing shelter while adapting to function, climate, culture, and resources. Native American architecture is the ...
  • LEFTOVER 
    Simic, Sinisa (2012-05-18)
    Dinner is served. Dinner is eaten. There are inevitably leftovers. What to do with them? The family has a few options as to what they can do with the leftovers; their choice of action will determine the “leftovers’ ...
  • Szeszulski, Samantha (2016-05-18)
    What began as exploration of societal lines and the social, political, and economic influence grew to include an investigation of the concept of liminality and both its spatial and temporal characteristics. Using Belfast, ...
  • Kassab, David C. (2014-05-19)
    Many of the issues which confront architects/urban planners faced with current trends of rapid urbanization (typically in industrializing third-world countries) ought to have a direct, empirical method of implementing ...
  • Armstrong, Ian (2013-06-13)
    Living Enriched is an architectural thesis that explores how we might provide personal green space to residents of dense urban centers. The project explores, more specifically, the development of a residential flat development ...
  • Anderson, Dana (2021-04-28)
    The cost of living in California exceeds many peoples budget in the urban areas. San Francisco and Los Angeles are two of the most expensive cities in the U.S. The average rent in Los Angeles if up 32% since 2000, while ...
  • Hannig, Donovan (2012-05-18)
    Architecture can transform. Architecture does transform, but does it change precisely to respond to variable external conditions and adapt to the desires of its inhabitants? To an extent it does this, but the boundaries ...
  • Pisano, Rachel (2019-05-21)
    We are constantly observing environments, but do we really understand what we are observing? Our physical environments are organized and constructed through the constant layering of identities and the processes of everyday ...
  • Brechting, Patrick (2012-05-18)
    Most often the design of a building is thought to originate solely from the mind of the designer. The architect’s vision focuses on a final product while the construction process is seen as a means of creating that product. ...
  • Rose, Christian (2022-05-12)
    Throughout history architects as well as engineers have sought to find solutions to the humanities problems through the built environment. All professions have or will influence architecture in some way either directly or ...
  • Harris, Jeffrey N (2012-05-18)
    There are designers, and there are makers. Each responds to different considerations when working their craft. A designer is largely concerned with form and beauty, crafting objects and images. The designer may be heavily ...
  • Hornik, Erik (2012-05-18)
    MAKING "IN THE SHAPE THAT CHANCE AND WIND GIVE THE CLOUDS, YOU ARE ALREADY INTENT ON RECOGNIZING FIGURES: A SAILING SHIP, A HAND, AN ELEPHANT…” - ITALD CAVIND, INVISIBLE CITIES. How do we re-program our intent to take a ...
  • Niga, Rami (2017-06-06)
    What and how will we define the role of an architect in the interdisciplinary industry, the Space Industry? This thesis is not solving a particular problem by any means, but it’s an investigation to understanding the value ...
  • Shell, Eric (2012-05-18)
    The project is a alternate look at sprawling transportation infrastructure, recognizing 21st century design/practice mentalities. As an example for design/implementation, it looks at the public condition of a street within ...
  • Kellman, Brett (2012-05-18)
    The desire to be self-reliant perpetuates the American way of life. The American dream is to be able to provide personal possessions for one’s self. One needs to look no further than the aspiration of most citizens to own ...
  • Hampel, Angela (2019-05-21)
    This thesis takes a deeper look into the place each of us call HOME. The topic is discussed from a phenomenological perspective, and revolves around memory and poetry of domestic spaces. The theories from Gaston Bachelard’s ...

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