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    • CONSTRUCTING VISION: László Moholy-Nagy's Partiturskizze zu einer mechanischen Exzentrik, Experiments in Higher Spatial Dimensions 

      La Coe, Jodi Lynn (Virginia Tech, 2019-05-01)
      In 1936, while an expatriate in London, László Moholy-Nagy signed the Manifeste dimensioniste, crafted by Hungarian poet Charles Sirató, declaring his allegiance to the pursuit of creating artistic works in higher dimensions. ...
    • Convergence: A New Future for the Samuel Madden Homes 

      Tran, Tram Anh Teresa (Virginia Tech, 2019-07-02)
      Housing in prosperous American cities is becoming increasingly expensive, forcing many municipal governments to re-evaluate how they will continue to serve lower-income residents and ensure equitable access to housing and ...
    • CRUMBS- 360 KNEADING 

      Elfeky, Ariej (Virginia Tech, 2018-08-02)
      DESIGN OF A BAKERY IN ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA Through the evolution of a baker's practices, we can understand the transitions of matter between bread, body and building. The food soil waste system of the bakery becomes an ...
    • Cultural Expression; A Korean Embassy in the US 

      Kim, Olivia Angeline (Virginia Tech, 2018-08-17)
      Our culture is our identity. It is the complex summation of our history and future. It is who we are and who we will be as individuals and as nations. As our world becomes more and more globalized our cultures are merging. ...
    • Linger: Chinese Culture Center 

      Song, Xiaofan (Virginia Tech, 2018-09-11)
      How to better integrate urban texture, architecture, and culture organically, and use the architecture as a carrier to transmit more humanistic information? In today's society, people have a variety of ways to explore ...
    • Playtesting Educational Architecture 

      Sheehy, Christopher Patrick (Virginia Tech, 2018-07-11)
      Architecture and game design both have very similar goals: they both are seeking to create 3-dimensional environments that deliver an optimal user experience. In game design, these environments are simulated, whereas in ...
    • Revealing and Exposing the City Behind the Symbol 

      Stojic, Sonja Alexandra (Virginia Tech, 2018-07-06)
      Washington, D.C. is a city that is designed to serve an entire nation; yet, as a result of this, its own history and people can seem to be lost in the shadow of the federal city. With an abundance of museums throughout the ...
    • The [sub]Urban Campus: A Typological Oxymoron 

      Abboud, Assad (Virginia Tech, 2018-07-09)
      A cluster of buildings does not a campus make. Places of learning have long sought-out cohesive spaces that foster a sense of community and encourage an immersive life of academia. The suburban campus model, with a ...
    • Waste Less District: An Exploration of Architecture's Role in the Waste Stream 

      Nazarenko, Inna A. (Virginia Tech, 2019-07-14)
      The idiom goes, "what is one man's trash is another man's treasure." In our 21st century economy, one man's trash is less commonly another's treasure as often as it is pollution. It is well documented that the majority of ...