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  • The District of Columbia Waterfront Atelier (DCWA): A Machine for the Arts 

    Coxson, David Rittenhouse (Virginia Tech, 2007-05-08)
    In an attempt to address the accessibility of the arts in Washington, D.C. and also to engage the underutilized waterfront, this thesis proposes a cultural center for the arts that at once links the building with the water, ...
  • Drawing Through 4 Seasons 

    Lee, Grace (Virginia Tech, 2009-10-07)
    This thesis is concerned with architecture and its changes through four seasons. It is about drawing new images of a building in different seasons. Like trees change their leaves in seasons and like people change their ...
  • Promenade Down the Slope 

    VanGilder, Joyce A. (Virginia Tech, 2004-06-23)
    This project is an investigation into issues surrounding the placing of a building into the context of a sloped site. The study manifests itself through the design of a farmer's market, restaurant and retail space on a ...
  • Promenade Down the Slope 

    VanGilder, Joyce A (Virginia Tech, 2001-05-10)
    This project is an investigation into issues surrounding the placing of a building into the context of a sloped site. The study manifests itself through the design of a farmer's market, restaurant and retail space on a ...
  • Take Me to the River: Designing the Intimate Waterfront 

    Kruse, Gabriel (Virginia Tech, 2006-03-22)
    The purpose of this thesis is to establish design guidelines that will encourage an intimate relationship between waterfront users and the adjacent waterway through increased immediate physical, visual, and audible access ...
  • urban order + space 

    Hanf, Johannes (Virginia Tech, 2001-05-07)
    wilderness and urban texture Since the earliest beginnings of civilization, mankind has strived to form urban space by limiting its outlines and bringing a system of order to the wilderness of nature. Thus street and place ...