The James River Nature Center: A Study of Context and Concept
Richards, Bradley Vincent
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Contextually, each program has a set of inherent issues, stemming from physical, social and historical conditions. This context can be helpful, if not essential, in developing the architectural questions that lead to a concept. To establish an autonomous existence as an architectural place. The James River Nature Center provided a complex program that allowed for the exploration of context and concept as a thesis.
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