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  • 4 walls + 

    Ebert, Doreen (Virginia Tech, 2000-05-02)
    A higher level of complexity is possible by combining more than one idea as long as the order of the elements is readable in each built condition. Order is possible at any level of complexity. The more complex the greater ...
  • Armature: Infill A Health Care Facility in Verón, Dominican Republic 

    Parker, Casey Lee (Virginia Tech, 2006-06-21)
    The purpose of this book is to explore the idea of duration of physical architectural elements, and how their relative permanence or temporariness affects time and memory. This project takes on the program of a healthcare ...
  • The Different Lives of Spaces - Reconsidering the City Block as a New Neighborhood in Washington Dc 

    Butz, Benjamin (Virginia Tech, 2007-05-23)
    The city with its urban density, infrastructure, and cultural, social and educational opportunities can be a desirable place to live for all - regardless of age, income or background. The city of today has changed ...
  • Unlocking the Urban Box: A Multi-Use Building for Asheville, NC 

    Askew, Chad Lee (Virginia Tech, 1998-05-06)
    The city block may be seen as the fabric of the urban environment. It is often a compacted form, divided only by changing facades and party walls. Boxes all in rows. There is an inescapable sense of enclosure. Architecture ...
  • Unlocking the Urban Box: A Multi-Use Building for Asheville, NC 

    Askew, Chad Lee (Virginia Tech, 1998-05-06)
    The city block may be seen as the fabric of the urban environment. It is often a compacted form, divided only by changing facades and party walls. Boxes all in rows. There is an inescapable sense of enclosure. Architecture ...