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  • Simoski, Danny (2019-06-03)
    We have had many forms of virtual reality that has changed the way that we interact with each other. Those came in the forms of storytelling, artwork, photography, and lastly, what we now know as “virtual reality” today. ...
  • Bernardi, Nicholas (2012-05-19)
    Urban areas can dissipate into virtually nothing for a number of reasons including, economic decline, de-industrialization, war, and natural disasters. These instances all share a common theme, which is, the restriction ...
  • Phillips, Whitnee (2012-05-19)
    mu·se·um (myōō-zē’əm) n. A building, place, or institution devoted to the acquisition, conservation, study, exhibition, and educational interpretation of objects having scientific, historical, or artistic value. val·ue ...
  • Danko, Aaron (2020-09-09)
    This thesis challenges the generalized way in which walkability is being framed and implemented in Detroit. Most people in American cities, especially in Detroit, are unable to take advantage of the social, economical, ...
  • Harte, Seth (2012-05-19)
    Suburban Sprawl has crippled Detroit. Dependence to the automobile has accelerated the migration of citizens to the surrounding suburbs. Through this exodus, Detroit has deteriorated into a collection of abandoned buildings ...
  • Kile, Taylor (2022-05-16)
    Tourism is not a new concept; however, only recently have individuals begun to fully understand the positive and negative effects tourism can play on a local community. For example, in the book, Tourism: Economic, Physical ...
  • Medley, Matthew (2016-05-19)
    The exploration of materiality is a key part of this research, viewed from multiple perspectives. As Peter Zumthor wrote in his essay "A Way of Looking at Things," materials play a role in creation of an architectural ...
  • De Martino, Hugo A. (2012-05-21)
    One of t he important aspects of research apparently neglected in the Wechsler-Bellevue literature is the reliability of the scale as a predict or of academic success. There have been many studies on its reliability and ...
  • Bogdanovic, Aleksia (2017-05-16)
    This thesis is an attempt to extract sensory stimuli from nature, and explore architectonic abstractions that can be implemented in a child's learning environment. The abstractions are designed to help strengthen and improve ...
  • Smoes, Paul (2013-06-12)
    Abstract Mine, Nature, Town While much of the United States is moving at an extreme pace West Virginia lies in the middle of the Appalachian Mountains and appears to be stagnant. That is only to those who have never ...
  • Coe, Korzell (2021-05-17)
    The expression of identity is apparent in the subjects of architecture and clothing. The body is an archival form in space/place as it embodies one of many identities. The unconscious ritual of dressing and undressing ...
  • Barbara, Connor (2022-04-28)
    This thesis explores how the concepts found within social housing can be adapted to improve the ways the United States challenges affordable housing. Only formulating around the period of industrialization, the following ...
  • McGuire, Michael (2013-05-22)
    Wildlife within Michigan has experienced many different changes throughout the years. When cities develop a loss of habitat occurs, and in many cases, a form of forced removal of species takes place. As roads and other ...
  • Zanier, Jordan (2021-05-19)
    With the situations of mandated physical isolation, such as the Covid-19 Pandemic, variations of connectivity are weakened as well as the mental health of the humans who experience them. This results from being confined ...
  • Jacobs, Alissa (2022-05-11)
    This study investigates ways in which perception of outdoor public spaces is influenced by gender. Often, studies of gender and fear in public space have been centered around perceptions and fears experienced almost ...
  • Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS) (2015-08-24)
  • Mourad, Tatyana (2021-05-18)
    This thesis is centered on the adaptation of architecture to accommodate university students working from home. Through studying real lived experience space of everyday domestic life. Embracing the everyday humble, messy, ...
  • Powell, David (2012-05-19)
    What are the potentials of an architecture that strives for an earnest and truthful expression? What relationship do architecture and language share? What is the line between the physical and the metaphysical? This thesis ...
  • Daimi, Dima (2012-05-19)
    Everything about work has changed, but very little about the workplace has. The current work environment is not working for humans. The defining ethic in the modern workplace is more demanding, bigger, and faster. More ...
  • Lakin, Scott (2012-05-19)
    An architect's training enables him or her to be aware of social problems and encourages an attempt to find solutions. However, the building product architects create cannot solve all of the problems we often expect it to. ...

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