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OLD & NEW Mysteries in Architecture
(Virginia Tech, 2011-03-15)
Architecture provides a vessel for people to once again appreciate their past, while simultaneously experiencing the present. We all linger on our pasts while we live in the moment and think about the future. Future is ...
(Virginia Tech, 2012-08-08)
The thesis inquiry is a study of the interrelations between character, emotion and rationality in architecture. The primary modes of representation are digital still photography and hand drawing. To best illuminate these ...
An Urban Dwelling Place for Farmers
(Virginia Tech, 2010-12-16)
It is my intention to plan for the types of activity carried out by future inhabitants of vertical farms. Through a twenty-six storey high building,a conceptual farm with housing for the producers, situated amongst dense ...
The Maritime Museum of Baltimore
(Virginia Tech, 2015-06-17)
The Maritime Museum finds its home in a corner of the Baltimore harbor near the intersection of Boston Street and Clinton Street in Canton. As an institution focusing on the historical context of Baltimore, I chose to align ...
A House In Situ
(Virginia Tech, 2014-09-17)
The project is located in the Teton Valley of Idaho, sited on the eastern slope of the Big Hole Mountains oriented toward the western face of the Teton Mountain Range. The program is a vacation house for a young family of ...
Refuge in Belen Valley
(Virginia Tech, 2013-06-17)
A story about love and desire to imagine architecture in a peruvian landscape. On one hand, 'Refuge in Belen Valley' is a thesis about discovering the ideal conditions that architecture should meet in a landscape, conditions ...
Building Duration: A House Living Toward Death
(Virginia Tech, 2017-07-06)
Life is a transition through stages, framed by birth and death. We transition through life in a nonlinear fashion, moving sometimes closer to, and sometimes farther from, rest. Daily, we rise for living and fall to rest. ...
Revitalizing Downtown Houston - Bringing Back the Human Scale
(Virginia Tech, 2016-07-27)
(Virginia Tech, 2015-06-24)
No, she is not my mom, not my aunt, we are not family. Yes, we do look alike, we do live in the same neighborhood, we smell the same coffee beans each morning, and we share the same zip code. The only difference between ...
Place in Appalachia: The Story of a Barn, a Tree, and a Community in the Hills of Southwestern Virginia
(Virginia Tech, 2015-01-23)
The concept of place is extremely important within today's contemporary society. As a result of hyper mobility, many people do not take the time to notice and understand the spaces surrounding them. A sense of place is ...