Live Work Studios: A Continuation of Cady's Alley
Williams, Rachel Ione
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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. This thesis explores this boundary and its role in developing a sense of community in the context of artist live/work studios in a dense urban block.
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