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Jual Titan Gel Asli Pembesar Penis.Jpg, jual titan 2022 Bryant University

Jual Obat Aborsi Di Surabaya 082226222691, Cara Menggugurkan Kandungan 2022 University of California, San Francisco

Jual Obat Aborsi Di Surabaya 082226222691, Cara Menggugurkan Kandungan

Cara Menggugurkan Kandungan

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Techne Issue 06, Michael Duddy, Farai Matangira, Sanobar Nazirova, Ololade Tolu Owolabi, Darwin Diaz 2022 CUNY New York City College of Technology

Techne Issue 06, Michael Duddy, Farai Matangira, Sanobar Nazirova, Ololade Tolu Owolabi, Darwin Diaz

TECHNE

INTRODUCTION Sanjive Vaidya, RA, Department chair

“Midnight on Feb. 5, 1952, a cross was burned in front of Stoughton Hall, where the 11 black members of the Harvard Class of 1955 lived… One of the 11 black students was the late J. Max Bond ’55, who became one the nation’s leading black architects, stressing socially progressive themes and public service.” -Hartman, Chester. “Cross burning in Harvard Yard?” The Harvard Crimson, 17 Sept 2014.

Symbolizing structural and social barriers for minorities and people of color accessing higher education, this violent scene is heightened by its setting. The venerated campus represents ...


Captain Thomas Paine House: Baker's Report On Cajacet House, 2022 Roger Williams University

Captain Thomas Paine House: Baker's Report On Cajacet House

Documentation

Report written by Anne Baker that refers to the two prior restorations in 1881 and 1950 and then provides notes from her evaluation of the building in 1978 and 2003.


Captain Thomas Paine House: Baker's Appendix To J. H. Cady Report, 2022 Roger Williams University

Captain Thomas Paine House: Baker's Appendix To J. H. Cady Report

Documentation

Baker wrote an appendix to Cady's 1952 report explaining what she found during AWB Restorations' evaluation in 1978. She evaluates the condition of the frame, joists, walls, trim, fireplaces, and roof and any repairs made.


Captain Thomas Paine House: Cady Alterations To Cajacet, Jamestown, R.I., 2022 Roger Williams University

Captain Thomas Paine House: Cady Alterations To Cajacet, Jamestown, R.I.

Documentation

"Alterations to Cajacet, Jamestown, R.I. for Mr. Lucius Collins, Specifications for Completion of Work." Prepared by John Hutchins Cady, Architect, November 10, 1950. This document shows modified drawings and details from sheets 1 to 8 in April 15, 1950 contract.


Captain Thomas Paine House: Cady Contract For Alterations To Cajacet, April 15, 1950, 2022 Roger Williams University

Captain Thomas Paine House: Cady Contract For Alterations To Cajacet, April 15, 1950

Documentation

General Specifications for "Alterations to Cajacet, Jamestown, R.I. for Mr. Lucius Collins." Prepared by John Hutchins Cady, Architect from Providence, RI. This 8 page contract lays out the scope of the architectural work to be completed on Cajacet House. Although, the document itself is not dated, a later updated contract, dated November 10, 1950, specifies that it is updating this original contract done on April 15, 1950.


Beside Yingzao: An Index Of Chinese Building Traditions, Tianyi Hang 2022 Yale University

Beside Yingzao: An Index Of Chinese Building Traditions, Tianyi Hang

Masters of Environmental Design Theses

Yingzao referred to the Chinese architectural practice prior to the nineteenth-century introduction of the term jianzhu, the translation of “architecture.” The earliest preserved illustrated government-issued building standard was titled Yingzao fashi. Published by the Southern Song government in 1103, Yingzao fashi defined and regulated technical terms used to describe imperial construction as well as specified the labor costs of certain building techniques. These terms inform our understanding of the traditional Chinese way of categorization and knowledge system of architecture and architectural elements.

Titled “Beside Yingzao,” this study takes the technical terms from Yingzao fashi to guide the reader in investigating ...


House As Ritual: Stories Of Gender, Space, And Caste In Colonial Kerala, Devi Nayar 2022 Yale University

House As Ritual: Stories Of Gender, Space, And Caste In Colonial Kerala, Devi Nayar

Masters of Environmental Design Theses

Kerala, the southwestern state of Independent India, had gained its distinct architectural heritage by the time the British East India Company began colonizing India in the 17th century. Upper caste Nambuthiris and Nayars organized their agrarian homesteads — four-winged courtyard houses with gender as their axis of internal regulation. Although the house layout remained the same, the gendered inhabitation varied based on caste. On their arrival, British colonists began reordering and reshaping this native cosmos into a perceived anglicized 'normative'[1]. The existing political and social terrains were fractured, revised, and reworked to create an anglicized model of society. The joint ...


Bradford-Higgins House: Pre-Print Of Chapter "Alaska" From Collecting Houses By Anne W. Baker, 2022 Roger Williams University

Bradford-Higgins House: Pre-Print Of Chapter "Alaska" From Collecting Houses By Anne W. Baker

Documentation

Pre-print of chapter "Alaska" from Collecting Houses. Used with permission from Sarah Baker, copyright holder. Chapter describes the move of the Bradford-Higgins house to Anchorage Alaska.


The Heat Is On: The Collaborations, Capacities, And Management Style Required For The Establishment And Sustainability Of Community-Owned Renewable Energy District Heating Systems In Austria, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Wales, And Scotland, Gerard Doyle 2022 Technological University Dublin

The Heat Is On: The Collaborations, Capacities, And Management Style Required For The Establishment And Sustainability Of Community-Owned Renewable Energy District Heating Systems In Austria, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Wales, And Scotland, Gerard Doyle

Articles

International reviews of countries’ progress at tackling climate change show that Ireland is making small levels of progress on tackling issues associated with climate change. This paper will highlight the pivotal role the State performs, both at national and local level, in creating the conditions essential for the establishment of community-owned renewable energy district heating systems. In particular, the State can provide funding for these initiatives to acquire the management and technical expertise essential for their establishment and maintenance. This paper will also examine a theoretical framework, referred to as capacity analysis, to explain the capacities that need to be ...


Bradford-Higgins House: Plympton House Ad, 2022 Roger Williams University

Bradford-Higgins House: Plympton House Ad

Documentation

After Baker Restorations dismantled the Bradford-Higgins House an ad was placed in the Country Journal soliciting buyers for this dismantled house from Plympton, MA.


Bradford-Higgins House: Update Appraisal, Anchorage, Alaska, 2022 Roger Williams University

Bradford-Higgins House: Update Appraisal, Anchorage, Alaska

Documentation

An Update Appraisal of Lot 18, Block 1, Campbell Lake Heights #5, Anchorage, Alaska done on March 6, 1984. Includes photos, maps, site plan, and a description of the house that was moved from Plympton, Massachusetts to Alaska for Dr. Ross Brudenell.


Bradford-Higgins House: Letter From Brudenell, February 21, 1981, 2022 Roger Williams University

Bradford-Higgins House: Letter From Brudenell, February 21, 1981

Documentation

Letter from Ross Brudenell to Anne Baker dated February 21, 1981.


Bradford Higgins House: Agreement Contract With Ross Brudenell, 2022 Roger Williams University

Bradford Higgins House: Agreement Contract With Ross Brudenell

Documentation

Agreement contract submitted to Ross N. Brudenell by Anne W. Baker on February 28, 1981. It includes shipping contents, transportation, reconstruction, restoration, work to be completed by contractor-carpenter, payment schedule, history-description of Bradford House, Appraisal and Relocation and Re-erection.


Bradford-Higgins House: Letter From Brudenell, January 25, 1981, 2022 Roger Williams University

Bradford-Higgins House: Letter From Brudenell, January 25, 1981

Documentation

Letter dated January 25, 1981 from Ross Brudenell to Anne Baker mostly concerning material and transportation costs.


Sustainable Urban Planning: Turning The Concrete Jungle Into Green Buildings, Danielle Richardson 2022 Fordham University

Sustainable Urban Planning: Turning The Concrete Jungle Into Green Buildings, Danielle Richardson

Student Theses 2015-Present

This paper addresses the issue of greenhouse gas emissions – particularly those from buildings – within New York City and discusses ways to construct new sustainable buildings and retrofit existing buildings to both minimize greenhouse gas emissions as well as act as carbon sinks to absorb some of the emissions. Reducing overall greenhouse gas emissions is critical to NYC meeting its climate target goals, as detailed in the mayoral administrations’ PlaNYC and OneNYCenvironmental plans. This paper analyzes sustainable architecture and construction and presents various options and policies as to how to turn the city into a green city through the use ...


Incremental Formality: Where Formality And Informality Meet, Rodrigo Neyra Velarde 2022 Kennesaw State University

Incremental Formality: Where Formality And Informality Meet, Rodrigo Neyra Velarde

Bachelor of Architecture Theses - 5th Year

1500’s colonization and it is now home to one of the fastest growing informal settlement cities in Latin America. These settlement cities are often characterized by their lack of accessibility to clean water, unsafe living environments paired with lower-quality, or non-durable materials, as well as a general lack of recognition by governments. With Lima being located in the middle of the desert, sustainable design in general has been difficult to implement. This thesis looks to explore methods to create a low-cost mixed-use building with implantations of urban farming the people of Villa Maria Del Triunfo. Though the Peruvian government ...


Colloquium, Or The Argument For A New School Of Architecture..., Austin Turner 2022 Kennesaw State University

Colloquium, Or The Argument For A New School Of Architecture..., Austin Turner

Bachelor of Architecture Theses - 5th Year

Colloquium, or an argument for the new school of Architecture... is an interrogation on the power of Architectural discourse and its impact on the built environment.

The research begins by analyzing the works and theories of four distinct architects: Peter Eisenman, Rem Koolhaas, Zaha Hadid, and Bjarke Ingels. During my investigation, I ask myself, “What happened in their school environment that made them great,” or in other words, “What can a student, like me, do to be like these people?”

To answer this question, I found the best way to analyze this would be to look back on their own ...


Holistic Generations | Reshaping A City's Health, Tania Rodriguez Serrano 2022 Kennesaw State University

Holistic Generations | Reshaping A City's Health, Tania Rodriguez Serrano

Bachelor of Architecture Theses - 5th Year

In Puerto Rico everything seems emptier. The more hurricanes hit us, the less opportunities there are, the more corrupt the government gets, then the more people leave. The Puerto Rican population is rapidly decreasing. The small town of Jayuya, Puerto Rico is one that seems to be very lonely these days. I scarcely see my generation and the older generation is getting left behind. Due to this the town is basically a ghost town by the time 4pm hits. If my generation leaves, then who takes care of the older generations? Who maintains the town alive? When asked these questions ...


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