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  • Sommer, Shannon (2012-04-11)
    There are always questions about communities and what they need. The question that should be asked first before all others is, what defines a community? Is it the housing? Is it the economy? Is it the location and geography? ...
  • Leveille, Corissa (2012-04-27)
    Without an architectural place, a human body cannot survive and without the body, what then becomes the point of architectural spaces? The history behind architecture and the body has grown together since the evolution of ...
  • 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 ...
  • Grady, Brendan (2012-05-16)
    The intended thesis examines the relationship of how architecture can define place. Place can be identified as the common willingness of individuals of a community to engage within their space. The intent of the project ...
  • Stein, Catherine (2012-05-16)
    Detroit was taken over by a human made virus composed of industrial withdraw, military strategy and political policy half a century earlier that has resulted in abandoned, dilapidated, burned and vacant buildings consuming ...
  • Hawarny, Michael (2012-05-16)
    It has been said that great architecture makes a statement. While some statements are open for debate, the basic premise of a building making a valid statement rings true for all good designers. With this initial design ...
  • Allen, Rebecca (2012-05-16)
    The purpose of this thesis is to explore two theories used in healthcare design and apply them to a typology that is not your typical "hospital" setting. Along with this I intend to use in depth research on autism to develop ...
  • Marshall, Jonathan (2012-05-16)
    OVER THE AGES ARCHITECTURE HAS ADAPTED THE HUMAN CONDITION TO ENUMERABLE CLIMATES AND ENVIRONMENTS. As TECHNOLOGY HAS ADVANCED ARCHITECTURE HAS FOUND SIMPLICITY OF DESIGN THROUGH THE USE OF MECHANICALLY CONTROLLED ADAPTED ...
  • Soderberg, Brock (2012-05-17)
    Who says that there has to be a line between architecture and education? Are schools the only buildings in which we seek knowledge and understanding? The role of the architect is evolving from a master of designed spatial ...
  • Bickel, Nichole (2012-05-17)
    This thesis is based on the premise that our physical environment has the capacity to affect and improve our state of well-being. The body and mind are interconnected as demonstrated by biology. As an extension of our mind ...
  • McVehil, Kaitlin (2012-05-17)
    Our lives are influenced by many external forces. Many of these forces contribute negatively to the essence of what it means to be human, which causes the human experience to suffer. Through our experiences, we need to ...
  • Rudnycky, Andrew (2012-05-17)
    The role of musical expression within society is one that has grown and continues to grow alongside the American populous. Since the emergence of the first American sound in the later 19th and early 20th century, the methods ...
  • Denner, Matthew (2012-05-17)
    The goal of Architectural Techne’ is to give incite into a different approach to design and production that architects typically would not consider. There is a large disconnect between how we as architects design and detail ...
  • Whitmer, Jeff (2012-05-17)
    Architecture typically is thought of as an aesthetically based art form, with the base in the visual representation of space. This project will challenge the experience of space and how it is perceived by individuals with ...
  • Phillips, Jessica (2012-05-17)
    A museum is a home and a display for objects that society has deemed important and worthy of preservation. The museum is constructed to protect the object from wind, weather, and light. The museum is also a stage for which ...
  • Field, Sarah (Chaney) (2012-05-17)
    How do architects contribute to the physical city? And, what role does architecture play in the process of the city making? It is the edges or sense of edges that architects contribute to the physical city. By breaking ...
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    VanderWeele, Jared (2012-05-17)
    Is nature really right outside the window? When someone says, "I'm going to go enjoy the Great Outdoors this weekend," everyone knows that they don't mean their backyard; they mean the lake or the mountains or the cabin ...
  • Gauthier, Erin (2012-05-17)
    Archaeology is known as the study of human cultures through the recovery, documentation and analysis of material remains and environmental data including architecture, artifacts, biofacts, human remains, and landscapes. ...
  • LaTour, Alan (2012-05-17)
    Architecture today seems to be most commonly thought of as a snapshot of how it existed at a specific point in time. This point in time is always in the past, manifested as memory. This being said there is very little room ...
  • 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 ...

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