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A Search for Truth: Investigating the Connection Between Man, Architecture and the Universe
(Virginia Tech, 1999-11-16)
The study of architecture is a search for the truth, conceived from a desire to understand the nature of life. Through the process of investigation, discoveries bring us closer to this understanding. Universal truths ...
forwards and backwards
(Virginia Tech, 2008-05-27)
The New World has always had an obsession with establishing its legitimacy through recreating previous architectural styles. Our colonial architecture imported the architecture of the Old World. The more important the ...
My Father's House - Element, Space, and Architecture
(Virginia Tech, 2000-07-10)
The study of architecture is a journey. This thesis is a stage in that journey that allows me the opportunity to wonder, to explore, and to investigate. During the design of a house for my father, many issues concerning ...
An architecture of a wall
(Virginia Tech, 1998-09-14)
A wall is a primordial architectural artifact. The power and potential of a wall lies in its ability to transcend the necessities of construction and become a generator of architecture. A wall can be more than a plane in ...
Drawing as a means to architecture
(Virginia Tech, 1998)
(Virginia Tech, 1996-07-05)
9 + 1 Towers
(Virginia Tech, 2017-11-02)
There is a beauty to the absurdity of the moment at which there is almost no line between the real and the unreal. In such realm, an illusion, and yet the possibility, of a tower acts as a protagonist with which one can ...
(Virginia Tech, 1997-06-06)
A spatial sequence unfolds and is revealed over time. It is perceived through motion, movement channeled through the space with light and form. The layering and overlapping of surface creates a relationship of light and ...
Towards understanding a tower: the design of the Staten Island Ferry Terminal
(Virginia Tech, 1995)
place for a line collector
(Virginia Tech, 2017-12-12)
this work seeks specificity in an effort to design conditions that inspire architectural experiences of vastness. it does so by manifesting artifacts that engage curiosities of scale, anticipations of a rigorously nested ...