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  • Piotrowski, Nicholas (2012-05-18)
    What creates community, how is it defined, and by whom? Cities throughout time and space have hosted enclave neighborhoods that developed for the needs of specific communities, both organically and via societal systems. ...
  • Howard, Bruce (2017-05-04)
    Until the 1967 Loving v. Virginia case interracial unions between Blacks and Whites were outlawed. Even after the Supreme Court ruled on this case there were many who strongly opposed Blacks and Whites dating or marrying ...
  • Samoila, Luca (2013-06-12)
    Intuition and rationality are two distinct characteristics of human thought that create a way of perceiving the world around us. While at times these ideologies may seem at odds with each other, there are occurrences ...
  • Carvalho, Erica (2012-05-18)
    Cities are in a constant transformation mode, meaning they never stop. A city’s inner way of life, immediately re¬sponds and transforms to what is happening in the world at every second, may that be economically, socially ...
  • Lyon, Jake (2012-05-18)
    The Reactive City investigates architecture and the impact of doing architecture at the urban scale. Individual architectural projects are, for the most part, designed with the end users in mind, but at the urban scale, ...
  • Prouty, Matthew S. (2015-01-22)
    We live in an increasingly abstract, controlled and regulated world that uses systems of control that separate buildings through uses. This separation creates holes in the urban fabric of the built environment. This ...
  • Krjewski, Ashley (2012-05-18)
    If we recognize architecture as a built environment then we must also recognize it as a primarily static condition. Despite its affects on the present, architecture is primarily a response to the past. The past tense of ...
  • Kijewski, Ashley (2012-05-23)
    If we recognize architecture as a built environment then we must also recognize it as a primarily static condition. Despite its affects on the present, architecture is primarily a response to the past. The past tense of ...
  • Finney, Clifford Lucas (2012-05-18)
    "Today's houses may even be well planned, easy to keep, attractively cheap, open to air, light and sun, but - do the houses in themselves hold any guarantee that dwelling occ urs in them?" (Heidegger, 1971). Heidegger's ...
  • Hallal, Matthew (2013-06-12)
    Entertainment centers fuse a multitude of cultural aesthetics into one finite place, ultimately making fictional places for paradise. Resort destinations provide the guest with a variety of entertainment options for people ...
  • Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS) (2015-08-21)
  • Detwiler, Robert (2012-05-18)
    The perception of a city as a defined, communal entity is becoming rapidly less apparent every day. New developments result from business owners and developers working to achieve their primary motive which is profit. This ...
  • Kraus, Norbert; Schumacher, Richard (2012-05-18)
  • Dunsmore, Bridget (2012-05-18)
    The evolution of time encourages change and diversity which often promotes both innovation and advancement. Many industrial cities including Detroit were once booming and full of life but as time moves on and advancement ...
  • Gach, Eugene B.; Bochinski, Julius H. (2012-05-24)
    This thesis represents the investigations and application of various chemical and engineering principles that may prove useful in designing an efficient and economical method for producing benzene sulfonyl chloride from ...
  • Hardin, David (2012-05-22)
    Architecture is not outside of the laws of nature, yet architects design to do just that; defy the natural cycles and systems of nature. Nature should be seen as the model for everything that can be designed and constructed. ...
  • Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS) (2015-08-21)
  • Hill, Blake (2012-05-18)
    Architects have largely avoided contingent, difficult factors. They design close-ended proposals that are envisioned to remain in pristine state after the building is constructed. Confined to the studio, these architects ...
  • Lyons, Vincent T. (2013-06-13)
    The topic area for the thesis investigation shall be limited to the Fitzgerald Community. The focus of attention shall be on the internal end unique aspects of the community, rather than on those aspects that are of a ...

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