Affordable Artist Housing: An Exploration of Public and Private
Morales, Brianna Marie
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"Only Architecture that considers human scale and interaction is successful" — Jan Gel As architects we cannot control how humans act or how someone will use the spaces that we create. However, as architects we can use our designs to influence the way someone will act within a space. We can use architecture to promote social interaction, in an attempt to create a sense of community. This can be done by designing public spaces that architecturally encourage one to stop, gather, and interact with one another. This Thesis is an architectural exploration of the use of "public" and "private" spaces through the development of artist housing. The purpose of this project is to create necessary housing for artists in an area that needs it. While also striving to create a housing project that promotes a sense of community and interaction within the building and the surrounding neighborhood.
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