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Interspaces: The Odd Fellows Lodge
(Virginia Tech, 1997-09-26)
A discussion concerning the frame, foundation, midsection and stair of the Odd Fellows Lodge. Influenced by the precedents of rural Virginia's pragmatic building techniques and the personal and poetic work of architect ...
Towards an understanding of vernacular domestic habitation
(Virginia Tech, 1992)
National Museum of Film and Photography
(Virginia Tech, 1998-02-12)
Between the National Gallery of Art and the National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C., the National Museum of Film and Photography design thesis explores issues of architecture at a scale of cultural significance. ...
Architecture Exists Between Man and Time
(Virginia Tech, 1997-10-13)
The light is the giver of presence. Nature is eternal in time. Man's life is transitory. Architecture is the joint between man and light, man and nature.
A position on architectural education
(Virginia Tech, 1990)
Structure for Habitation
(Virginia Tech, 1998-06-05)
The following project involves the design of a series of row houses at Broce street in the town of Blacksburg. The proposed scheme can be described as a line of units that are parallel to the street. Though the project ...
(Virginia Tech, 1999-08-13)
"School began with a man under a tree, who did not know he was a teacher, discussing his realization with a few, who did not know they were students. The students aspired that their sons also listen to such a man. Spaces ...
(Virginia Tech, 1994-06-28)
Outside the world of music the transistor has supplanted the vacuum tube. Transistors do the same sort of job as vacuum tubes but they use germanium or silicon in their manufacture, thus the current is produced in a solid ...
Soul nurturing in the vernacular architecture of Japan
(Virginia Tech, 1994)
The limits of a discipline: cogitatum necessarium: architecture and the mystery of things, Michelangelo: a case study
(Virginia Tech, 1996-08-28)
This thesis examines the parallels between two distinct disciplines: Architecture and Roman Catholic Mysticism. The argument centers on these disciplines' connection to the world of corporeal things and examines the ...