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Senses of Darkness: An Exploration of Blind Navigation Through Architecture
(Virginia Tech, 2013-07-25)
Based on the principle of sequential lessons for teaching orienteering, the program is a center that teaches navigation to people who are blind, located in the remains of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal in Harpers Ferry, ...
The Art of Learning and the Learning of Art through the Marriage of History and Innovation: A DC Museum and College of the Arts
(Virginia Tech, 2013-10-17)
This project is a study of the process of human learning, specifically related to arts and culture, and how a community interacts with and creates its own art and memory. Historically, the museum has functioned as a ...
Past, Present, & Future: An Exploration of Adaptive Reuse in Educational Design
(Virginia Tech, 2013-11-06)
The preservation and reuse of existing buildings has become more and more prevalent as costs rise, sustainability popularizes, and urban areas continue to grow. These are all important issues in the contemporary design ...
Creating the Idea of Home: The Shaw Community and Recreation Center
(Virginia Tech, 2013-07-02)
Home is something which is not easily defined. It cannot simply be described as a place, or a building, but as an idea of a place. The place is different for everyone. For some it is where they grew up, for others it is ...
The Temple of Justice; A New Federal Courthouse for the City of Baltimore
(Virginia Tech, 2013-06-25)
The New Baltimore Federal Courthouse was to be memorable. It would symbolize the transparency, power, and public worth of the American judicial system. It would be a modern temple to justice that would be worthy of the ...