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Life in Downtown
(Virginia Tech, 2000-08-24)
Architecture is a product of its surroundings. The response to site, program, and history of place differs everytime. How we interpret a place is influenced by our own experiences in life. We each possess a unique set of ...
richmond local arts museum; urban identity: recognition through transformation
(Virginia Tech, 2007-05-11)
the richmond local arts museum is a vehicle to investigate a thesis concentrated on correcting the identity of a place that is lost in history. an intentional interruption to the â historicâ context of richmond will ...
A Study of Boundaries and Transitions
(Virginia Tech, 2009-05-04)
This thesis explores the boundaries and transitions within architecture. What makes a solid boundary? And what blurs the lines of transition in between? Possibilities were explored and limits pushed through the studying ...
A New Form In A Historic District
(Virginia Tech, 2009-05-05)
Historic preservation commissions are required to review proposals of infill within historic districts. Often, this process is viewed as something that stifles an architect. What can an architect to do to both comply with ...