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(Virginia Tech, 2014-06-05)
In the heart of a park, a path spirals up a hill. Follow it and the trees part to reveal a building halfway up. Its thick, rough walls are pulled apart at moments, allowing light and movement into the space. The path leads ...
Color, Texture and The Space In-Between: An Architectural Intervention of Stained Glass
(Virginia Tech, 2016-06-30)
This thesis studies the use of stained glass as a building material and how it can enhance the visual presence of light, materiality and space in a building interior. Lighting, color, and texture were integral paths of ...
The Light Within: A Graduate Architecture School in Roanoke, Virginia
(Virginia Tech, 2013-08-27)
In urban conditions architecture often loses a connection with the surrounding context and viewers through inappropriate scale, design orientation and the misuse of light during the day and night. In areas of density, ...
Moments in a pavilion
(Virginia Tech, 2012-04-30)
This thesis is my answer to the following question: What is a good building? I believe that a good building must have the moments that can touch people. It should have some spiritual qualities. These moments can be achieved ...
Silence, Light, and Memory in Architecture
(Virginia Tech, 2019-02-01)
This work seeks to explore the unmeasurable qualities of architecture that enrich the architectural experience, with a focus on the roles of light, sound, and memory as they interact with architecture in the making of that ...