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  • Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS) (2015-08-20)
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    Byrnes, Collin (2012-05-22)
    Our attitudes are shaped by our environments; our emotions, activities, and thoughts are affected by the surroundings in which we live. Individual personalities develop as a reflection of the environment in which they ...
  • Decker, Mollie (2013-06-12)
    Food and architecture are forever bound together when it comes to man’s survival. Today the connection is complicated by culture, industry, standardization, power, and monetary gain; but the connection between food and ...
  • Moore, Brian (2014-05-21)
    There is a problem of discussing experiences. In architecture, the result makes for a difficult critique or discussion of experiences in the built environment. Whenever style, form, function, or materials are called into ...
  • LeVasseur, Laura (2012-05-22)
    Architecture has the unique ability of being able to have a direct effect on the way people feel within a space. This idea is never more evident than in the design of healthcare spaces. Healthcare spaces are charged with ...
  • Hawarny, Michael (2012-05-16)
    It has been said that great architecture makes a statement. While some statements are open for debate, the basic premise of a building making a valid statement rings true for all good designers. With this initial design ...
  • Marshall, Jonathan (2012-05-16)
    OVER THE AGES ARCHITECTURE HAS ADAPTED THE HUMAN CONDITION TO ENUMERABLE CLIMATES AND ENVIRONMENTS. As TECHNOLOGY HAS ADVANCED ARCHITECTURE HAS FOUND SIMPLICITY OF DESIGN THROUGH THE USE OF MECHANICALLY CONTROLLED ADAPTED ...
  • Dorais, Richard Paul (2012-05-18)
    Adoption in Michigan The history of adoption is inextricably bound up with religious organizations. In the past it was only these institutions which took upon themselves the responsibility and care of orphans and "foundlings." ...
  • Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS) (2015-08-19)
  • Cichowski, Sarah (2014-05-22)
    Abstract: Ur-ban [ur-buh n] adjective 1. Of, pertaining to, or designating a city or town. 2. Living in a city. 3. Characteristic of or accustomed to cities; citified: He is an urban type. Ru-ral [roo r-uh] ...
  • Black, Sarah (2017-04-26)
    This thesis engages in the discourse of historic preservation. The investigation analyzes the practice by several means. Understanding the different ways that preservation can be conducted is an important place to start, ...
  • Jaskiewicz, Spencer (2015-04-27)
    Today’s culture in the United States tends to focus on youth. This focus on youth has been to the detriment to other ages of the population, specifically the elderly. In many instances we have cast them away from society ...
  • Beneteau, Ronald W.; Skillas, Charles W. (2015-01-16)
    “In the beginning there was none and now there.” Thus spoke an unknown sage centuries ago with regard to our existence in the realm of reality. While he specifically was speaking in reference to material things coming ...
  • Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS) (2015-08-19)
  • McNamara, Drew (2012-05-21)
    Pattern carries with it nearly infinite definitions and interpretations. Every field of study has its own way of claiming patterns. For designers, patterns have enjoyed a recent renaissance, no longer relegated to mere ...
  • Stein, Catherine (2012-05-16)
    Detroit was taken over by a human made virus composed of industrial withdraw, military strategy and political policy half a century earlier that has resulted in abandoned, dilapidated, burned and vacant buildings consuming ...
  • Shadik, Joseph (2012-05-23)
    Society has evolved over generations and will no doubt continue to evolve. Its effect on the built environment has continually changed over time as well. However, over time, the built environment has reciprocated this ...
  • Stonehouse, William (2015-04-28)
    A commentary on the redevelopment of interstate 375 and the six alternatives submitted for the project. Through an exploration into urban separation, how humanity has defined and separated itself will interweave with the ...
  • Quaine, John (2013-06-11)
    Formed objects are all around us. Whether it be the juxtaposition of buildings in a major city or a collection of small items in a house, form shapes our everyday life. The mere presence of physical form gives us a sense ...
  • Grady, Brendan (2012-05-16)
    The intended thesis examines the relationship of how architecture can define place. Place can be identified as the common willingness of individuals of a community to engage within their space. The intent of the project ...

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