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H2ODC: The Renaissance of Water Culture in D.C.
(Virginia Tech, 2014-01-02)
Washington DC is seen as a center of politics, bureaucracy, litigation, legislation, and the trading of power and resources. For this reason outsiders are both attracted to and repelled from our city. For many of us ...
The Architecture of Concrete
(Virginia Tech, 2016-11-01)
The ETD presented is but a simplistic representation of the time spent pursuing a proposition: what is the architecture of concrete? The timeline began in the Fall Semester of 2012 in Alexandria Virginia and ended as a ...
Vertical School of Art
(Virginia Tech, 2013-05-27)
Vertical Buildings (skyscrapers) challenge our perception of space, our perception of scale, our idea of movement, they challenge the way we live. Currently urban cities are becoming more and more dense. Lack of space is ...
Live Work Studios: A Continuation of Cady's Alley
(Virginia Tech, 2018-11-06)
The boundary between public and private dwelling presents a complex architectural problem in that it must provide separation and transition, exposure and closure, privacy and interaction, and embodiment and orientation. ...