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    • Aquarama Terminal 

      Hall, Matthew William (Virginia Tech, 2013-03-28)
      One of the major challenges of the 21st century is the rapid growth of many cities
      and the decline of others.
      There are many cities like Cleveland which were built to serve a far greater population
      than ...
    • The City and its interfaces: An Approach to Recover the Natural and Cultural Landscape at the Beachfront in St. Augustine Beach, Florida 

      Dazzini, Monica Mabel (Virginia Tech, 2005-05-09)
      The fast growth of the urban population affects city life by degrading natural and social resources. Urban developments modify resources such as forest, land, and water, but also modify the intimate relationship of people ...
    • In Between 

      Lu, Meng (Virginia Tech, 2014-02-15)
      This thesis is about openness in the architecture. After traveling and experiencing many different cities in Europe, I was intrigued with open spaces in cities, which offer a stage for different public interactions. I ...
    • Time-Space: Constructing Meaning Through Temporal Phenomena 

      Kennedy, Ashley B (Virginia Tech, 2013-01-24)
      This thesis is an examination of the significance of time and temporal phenomena in the conception and construction of the built environment. It began as a question regarding the aging and life-span of contemporary buildings, ...
    • An Urban Park Pavilion as a Sense of Place: A Community Theater and Water Taxi Terminal at the Foot of King Street 

      Seong, Rok (Virginia Tech, 2016-05-23)
      My thesis is regarding the regeneration of identity and a sense of place on the unappealing nature of public open space, in terms of its urban context and architecture. A sense of place is related to the quality and ...