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  • Discovering the Plan 

    Morgan, Elizabeth (Virginia Tech, 2012-07-20)
    This project is imagined as a community art gallery located in the city of Asheville, North Carolina. The primary rooms within the building are demonstrated through perspective drawings, models and photographs. The ...
  • The Nature of Building A Public Arts Complex in Washington, DC 

    Grutzius, Heather L. (Virginia Tech, 2003-05-30)
    "Construction is the art of making a meaningful whole out of many parts. Buildings are witnesses to the human ability to construct concrete things. I believe that the real core of all architectural work lies in the art of ...
  • The Nature of Building A Public Arts Complex in Washington, DC 

    Grutzius, Heather L. (Virginia Tech, 2003-05-30)
    Construction is the art of making a meaningful whole out of many parts. Buildings are witnesses to the human ability to construct concrete things. I believe that the real core of all architectural work lies in the art of ...
  • Representative Policies for Displaying Art in Student Union Galleries and Public Spaces in the United States 

    Logue, Laurel R. (Virginia Tech, 1999-04-08)
    The purpose of this descriptive study was to establish a comprehensive and representative portrait of written policies with respect to displaying art in student unions in the United States. This study was designed to ...
  • Synthesis 

    Sherlock, Jay T (Virginia Tech, 2000-05-12)
    This thesis is an investigation of place. The project is a vehicle which informs how the variables of site and program can be developed into place. Through the production of tangible work the architect may verify whether ...
  • The Waltz on the Seine 

    Kang, Jennifer J (Virginia Tech, 2000-08-02)
    The desire to recognize and celebrate a forgotten artist and her work presents an opportunity for an investigation into the meeting of art and architecture. The dialogue between these two entities highlights the complexity ...