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  • Bickel, Nichole (2012-05-17)
    This thesis is based on the premise that our physical environment has the capacity to affect and improve our state of well-being. The body and mind are interconnected as demonstrated by biology. As an extension of our mind ...
  • Leveille, Corissa (2012-04-27)
    Without an architectural place, a human body cannot survive and without the body, what then becomes the point of architectural spaces? The history behind architecture and the body has grown together since the evolution of ...
  • McVehil, Kaitlin (2012-05-17)
    Our lives are influenced by many external forces. Many of these forces contribute negatively to the essence of what it means to be human, which causes the human experience to suffer. Through our experiences, we need to ...
  • Mayes, Dakota (2018-08-23)
    Power is everywhere. It is a part of everyday life and there will always be someone in control for one reason or another. It does not matter whether or not it is considered good or bad, power happens regardless of the ...
  • LaTour, Alan (2012-05-17)
    Architecture today seems to be most commonly thought of as a snapshot of how it existed at a specific point in time. This point in time is always in the past, manifested as memory. This being said there is very little room ...
  • Ritterhaus, Michael (2012-05-23)
    The student is lost. The student sees a teacher through the environment they operate in. They accept these individuals as socially grounded entities because of the context that is the hearth of these professors. Is the ...
  • Soderberg, Brock (2012-05-17)
    Who says that there has to be a line between architecture and education? Are schools the only buildings in which we seek knowledge and understanding? The role of the architect is evolving from a master of designed spatial ...
  • Melcher, Emily (2019-06-03)
    Nearly one in five people in the United States have a disability, where about 25.5 million people have difficulty seeing - making that one in ten people in the. Of those 25.5 million people, approximately 8.0 million are ...
  • Kalowick, Nathaniel (2020-09-10)
    By nature, a threshold needs to be acknowledged. It is the embodiment of a distinction. The understanding that, for whatever reason, spaces need to be separated. A threshold could serve the purpose of keeping conflicting ...
  • Phillips, Jessica (2012-05-17)
    A museum is a home and a display for objects that society has deemed important and worthy of preservation. The museum is constructed to protect the object from wind, weather, and light. The museum is also a stage for which ...
  • Conner, Alanna (2014-05-20)
    Human nature draws us towards the areas of highest contrast. We see this realized in the way that compositions are formed and understood, our eye is immediately drawn to the highest contrast, the most obvious and clearly ...
  • Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS) (2015-08-19)
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  • Provost, Thomas (2013-06-11)
    Atlas of Epic Proportions contains drawings for eight multi-scaled enigmatic traces of humanity created during the Anthropocene era.
  • Richardson, Laura (2017-06-07)
    The present study examined the degree to which the self and other models of attachment and object relations can predict somatization, overall physical health and healthcare utilization in a primary care sample of men and ...
  • Unknown author (2013-06-11)
    The relationship between land and water has always been one of interest and importance to us; the allure of the serene and harmonious visual connection is paralleled by its natural production capabilities. The shorelines ...
  • Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS) (2015-08-20)

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