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At Home In the City: an exploration of the relationship between density, privacy, and flexibility in urban housing
(Virginia Tech, 2011-09-26)
"When the immediate vicinity is neither visible nor audible, the city apartment integrated into the urban fabric can be far more luxurious than the detached country home, provided both alternatives offer identical, house-like ...
Adapting Lifestyle: The Dwelling
(Virginia Tech, 2019-07-03)
With over half the world living in cities there is a need for designing city housing. The DC Office of Planning did a survey on housing that shows a high percentage of 1 to 2-bedroom apartments and shows a lower percentage ...
ReThinking Modular Architecture
(Virginia Tech, 2014-02-03)
Undertaking a work of architecture utilizing modular construction is, in most cases, a design project dominated, or at least driven by, the most technical aspects of architecture. Technical aspects which haven't been ...
Housing a Family: Designing for Multigenerational Urban Living
(Virginia Tech, 2017-10-16)
My interest in the study and practice of architecture is as a creative tool or solution to many of the challenges in our daily lives and communities.To not just create beautiful space that brings joy to be and exist in, ...
Building Structure: Underlying Architectonical Duties
(Virginia Tech, 2015-09-29)
When experiencing a building's interior or exterior conditions, one may be inclined to 'feel-out' its spatial and volumetric proportions, judge their appropriateness, its quality of formal conditions, its power, its clearness ...