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Vibrant City: Mixed-Use and Transit-Oriented Development at Virginia Square
(Virginia Tech, 1998-02-02)
This development plan for the Virginia Square Metro is located near Washington DC in Arlington County, Virginia. The proposal includes â open planâ mid-rise residential, high-rise mixed-use, an identifiable transit ...
Sacred Threshold: An Examination of the Threshold in a Catholic Church for Hispanic Immigrants
(Virginia Tech, 1998-05-01)
The Book of Exodus in the Old Testament recounts the liberation and salvation of an oppressed people and their subsequent journey to and arrival at the Promised Land. In the Christian Church, this journey continues in the ...
(Virginia Tech, 1999-08-13)
"School began with a man under a tree, who did not know he was a teacher, discussing his realization with a few, who did not know they were students. The students aspired that their sons also listen to such a man. Spaces ...
How can Architecture and Urbanism work in a Periphery?
(Virginia Tech, 1998-12-04)
In today's society urban liveliness has moved from the center of city to its periphery in a diluted manner. There exists the continuation of monotonous cityscape as by-product and leftover of architecture and urbanism. ...
An Urban Camp for Boat Building
(Virginia Tech, 2004-01-16)
At the age of eighteen, when I was approaching the end of my apprenticeship as a cabinetmaker, I made my first self designed piece of furniture. The master cabinetmaker or the client determined the form of most of the ...
Civic Sounds; A Music Conservatory for D.C
(Virginia Tech, 2002-02-08)
"If it sounds good, it is good." - Duke Ellington "Like music, a work acquires its value only through the love it manifests." - Eileen Gray "...but in the mud and scum of things There alway, alway something sings." - R.W. Emerson
A Search for Truth: Investigating the Connection Between Man, Architecture and the Universe
(Virginia Tech, 1999-11-16)
The study of architecture is a search for the truth, conceived from a desire to understand the nature of life. Through the process of investigation, discoveries bring us closer to this understanding. Universal truths ...
Design that Heals
(Virginia Tech, 2018-07-06)
It is the architect's responsibility to protect the public's health, safety, and welfare. Ironically, healthcare facilities, whose programs focus on those elements, often seem to fall short of those basic design standards. ...
Safe Harbor: An Exploration in Lunar Habitation
(Virginia Tech, 2018-10-31)
Whether it be through accident, conquest, or expedition, humanity has long held an innate desire to root itself in new environments that challenge us. The sky has proven to be no limit, the 20th century has shown that the ...
Choreography for the Aficionado: A Phenomenological Study Choreographing between Site, Volume, and Material to Enhance the Moment of the Aficionado
(Virginia Tech, 2018-02-16)
Encompassed between the Potomac River, the Washington metro line and train bridges at 14th Street, the proposal is a phenomenological study choreographing between site, volume and material to enhance the moment of the ...