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Dance and Performance Arts Center: Building from the Core
(Virginia Tech, 2013-06-14)
Core is defined as the central, innermost, most essential part of anything. In dance every technique and movement requires intense control, which is provided by core strength. The core in the human body is the torso that ...
Urban segregation | clichy-sous-bois | paris
(Virginia Tech, 2008-04-29)
this thesis investigates, whether or not, and to what degree architecture effects the urban and social segregation of suburbs which are built primarily to house industrial labor in times of economic growth. the city of ...
Reading a Place
(Virginia Tech, 2002-08-09)
A series of chance encounters with the city of Cleveland leads to a non-objective reading of this place. It is an intuitive approach, an attempt to understand the complexity of a city in fragments and to change the city's ...
In Search of Architecture
(Virginia Tech, 2001-02-09)
A view. A path. These are the areas of investigation for this thesis. A residential structure is incorporated to analyze the impact that these two concepts have on the design process. The building project uses openings ...
(Virginia Tech, 2020-01-31)
Our city is always in a state of change and renew. Sometimes such changes are drastic; sometimes, such changes are gentle. Some of the old urban forms, plans, streets and buildings will stay, and some will disappear quickly, ...
Metaphor[m]: An Exploration of Simultaneous Absence and Presence in Architecture and Landscape
(Virginia Tech, 2013-06-14)
An exploration of simultaneous presence and absence in Architecture and Landscape. The site of memory as metaphor[m] and narrative. Architecture persists the metapsyche glimpse into the infinite. A gestalt of space and ...
(Virginia Tech, 2019-07-18)
This study of a furniture showroom demonstrates the expression of the relationships of two basic forms of art: furniture and architecture. The geometric form of the work of architecture stands in both harmony and tension ...
Red Wall: a study of placemaking
(Virginia Tech, 2006-01-27)
a small house... in which the details can be explored thoroughly with an understanding of construction through experience, detail, and context.
Ancient City Reservation
(Virginia Tech, 2020-02-04)
The thesis started from the nostalgia for the historic district and the life within it. I don't agree with the radical method of reforming the historic district at the moment, which is rebuilding the whole district or ...
(Virginia Tech, 2020-02-05)
Bridging is considered as a formal, spatial, referential, and tectonic articulation of connectedness between architecture and context. The question is probed through a mixed architectural program situated in the interstice ...