Adaptive Repurposing Of Smith Elementary, 2018 The University of Akron
Adaptive Repurposing Of Smith Elementary, Kelsey L. Fields
Honors Research Projects
For almost 100 years Smith Elementary School has been an institution of learning and a place of growth for children across the community of Kenmore, including myself. While its closing marks the end of an era it also presents a unique opportunity. Through adaptive reuse, Smith Elementary can have a second life and remain a cornerstone building in the community. The central goal of maintaining the beautiful original architectural details blends with the challenge of making this a functional space where a business can flourish, in the same rooms as hundreds of children have done before. This idea will set ...
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Exploring The Relationship Between Urban Forms And Co2 Emissions In 104 Chinese Cities, 2017 University of Georgia
Exploring The Relationship Between Urban Forms And Co2 Emissions In 104 Chinese Cities, Mingshu Wang
No abstract provided.
Direct Potable Reuse In Small-To-Medium Sized Inland Communities: Lessons Learned For Public Education And Outreach, 2017 University of New Mexico
Direct Potable Reuse In Small-To-Medium Sized Inland Communities: Lessons Learned For Public Education And Outreach, Claudia B. Pratesi
Architecture and Planning ETDs
Drought, growing populations, and potential conflict over water in the American Southwest have water authorities examining highly treated wastewater as an option to augment municipal supplies. Direct potable reuse (DPR) holds promise for improving sustainability and reliability of potable water supplies by generating high-quality drinking water from wastewater. Despite research demonstrating that DPR can be safe, one of the biggest hindrances to DPR is negative public perception. Attempts to implement some DPR project have failed, while others have proceeded quickly. Using insights from the literature and interviews with water managers, this study aims to: (1) examine existing community conditions related ...
P-06 Cuilcagh Mountain Regional Research Project, Ireland, 2017 firstname.lastname@example.org
P-06 Cuilcagh Mountain Regional Research Project, Ireland, Rhonda Root, Ariel Solis, Robin Johnson
Celebration of Research and Creative Scholarship
During May and June of this past summer (2017) Professors Ariel Solis, Robin Johnson, and Rhonda Root began a faculty research project that started recording and investigating traditional Irish cottages (post-famine) along the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. This project is affiliated with the Marble Arch Caves UNESCO Global Geopark, which is within the Cuilcagh Mountain Region along the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.
While in Ireland our research focused on three sites: Moneygashel Cashel (Co Cavan), located in the Republic of Ireland, and Gortmaconnell and Legnabrocky (Co Fermanagh) in Northern Ireland ...
Urban Rail Transit Ppps: Lessons From East Asian Cities, 2017 Singapore Management University
Urban Rail Transit Ppps: Lessons From East Asian Cities, S Y Phang
PHANG Sock Yong
Bermain Angka Togel Hongkong Terpercaya Dan Terlengkap 2017, 2017 Selected Works
Bermain Angka Togel Hongkong Terpercaya Dan Terlengkap 2017, Togel Hongkong
Solidarita Housing Estate In Its European Context, 2017 Iowa State University
Solidarita Housing Estate In Its European Context, Kimberly E. Zarecor
Kimberly E. Zarecor
Europe just after World War II was a damaged environment. Many of its cities had been devastated and people suffered tremendously across the continent. Millions were dead, millions displaced or sick, and millions more were being forcibly relocated to new territories during waves of expulsions. According to United Nations figures, more than 8.8 million housing units had been destroyed in eighteen European countries during the war; at least another 5.6 million units were uninhabitable. This represented one out of every nine units extant in 1939.2 By 1947, the Cold War was underway as the United States and ...
Valuing Variations In Accordance With The Principle Irish Standard Forms Of Building Contract – Worked Examples And Solutions, 2017 Dublin Institute of Technology
Valuing Variations In Accordance With The Principle Irish Standard Forms Of Building Contract – Worked Examples And Solutions, Tony Cunningham
Given the nature of the construction process some change is almost inevitable. Standard forms of contract, therefore, cater for such change by including provisions which permit variations and alterations to the works. Variations may range from small inconsequential changes to major revisions which can delay and disrupt the completion to the project and place the project budget under considerable stress.
Establishing a realistic valuation for variations is not always a straightforward task. Even apparently simple changes can have significant unexpected consequences on project outcomes. This study examines how the valuation of variations may be carried out in accordance with the ...
Edible Toledo: Designing For Food Insecurity, 2017 Bowling Green State University - Main Campus
Edible Toledo: Designing For Food Insecurity, Sara Khorshidifard
The 100 Most Cited Papers In “Industrial Design”: A Bibliometric Analysis, 2017 Department of Engineering Design and Manufacture, Faculty of Engineering, University of Malaya
The 100 Most Cited Papers In “Industrial Design”: A Bibliometric Analysis, Ahmad Abedini, Rizal Rahman, Hassan -. Sadeghi Naeini, Nader Ale Ebrahim
Nader Ale Ebrahim
Aplikasi Hack Bandarq Online, 2017 Eastern Washington University
Aplikasi Hack Bandarq Online, Hack Judi
Aplikasi Hack Judi Online
A New Teacher On Campus, 2017 University of Massachusetts School of Law
A New Teacher On Campus, L Carl Fiocchi, Alexander C. Schreyer, Peggi Clouston
L. Carl Fiocchi
The Construction Of Work, Privilege, And Power In Economic Geography: The View From Inside The Project, 2017 Georgia Institute of Technology
The Construction Of Work, Privilege, And Power In Economic Geography: The View From Inside The Project, Jennifer Clark
No abstract provided.
Integrity & Incentives: Seeking Equity In Historic Preservation Law, 2017 University of Washington Tacoma
Integrity & Incentives: Seeking Equity In Historic Preservation Law, Anneka Olson
Access*: Interdisciplinary Journal of Student Research and Scholarship
In this article, the author presents a case study of mobile home park residents seeking historic designation in the face of neighborhood demolition. The neighborhood’s ineligibility to become a historic site under current law can help demonstrate larger patterns of inequitable outcomes within historic preservation practice. In particular, the author argues that the application of preservation law—despite being formally neutral regarding issues of racial and socioeconomic equity—reinforces existing racial, economic, and spatial inequities. Drawing on the challenge of legal closure from critical legal studies (CLS), the author argues that law and historicity are mutually constituting, and that ...
Carter, Fred (Fa 1096), 2017 Western Kentucky University
Carter, Fred (Fa 1096), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives
FA Finding Aids
Finding aid only for Folklife Archives Project FA 1096. Paper titled “‘Uncle Davie Mears’ Saddlebag House” in which Fred Carter discusses the evolution of architectural design as it relates to the Mear House, a long-standing cabin located in Summersville, Kentucky. Paper is based on information collected by Carter from current and former residents. Paper also includes color photographs and hand-drawn floor plans of the home.
Harrison, Joyce (Fa 1067), 2017 Western Kentucky University
Harrison, Joyce (Fa 1067), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives
FA Finding Aids
Finding aid for Folklife Archives Project FA 1067. Paper titled “Designs and Ornamentation in Local Commercial Architecture” in which Joyce Harrison explores the architectural styles and patterns of small-town business exteriors. Paper is based on information collected by Harrison from Frank D. Cain, Jr., a locally registered architect, and contains color photographs of building exteriors in several counties across south central Kentucky.
Culturally Framing Design, 2017 Iowa State University
Culturally Framing Design, Gregory S. Palermo
No abstract provided.
Exploring Ethical Grounding For Architecture: Four Lenses, 2017 Iowa State University
Exploring Ethical Grounding For Architecture: Four Lenses, Gregory S. Palermo
Ethics asks: What is good? What is arete excellencelvirtue? What is right? What is just.
Central questions of the discipline of architecture, architectural education and architecture's multiple modes of practicing are: What are architecture's intents, purposes and impacts? Do the acts of designing and building our habitat intrinsically embrace the questions that ethics asks? Commonsense may answer yes due to architecture's fundamental role in addressing human needs. Given that architecture is thought, process and object, and that its purposes range from shelter and construction to engaging "beauty" and theoretical and utopian speculation, what would the grounding for ...
Navigating With An Ethical Rudder, 2017 Iowa State University
Navigating With An Ethical Rudder, Gregory S. Palermo
No abstract provided.