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Jual Dominator Asli.Jpg, aan shop 2022 Bryant University

Jual Dominator Asli.Jpg, Aan Shop

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An Indicator Based Transportation Sustainability Assessment In Regional Development: A Case Study For Cache County, Utah, Humaira Yusuf Nabeela 2021 Utah State University

An Indicator Based Transportation Sustainability Assessment In Regional Development: A Case Study For Cache County, Utah, Humaira Yusuf Nabeela

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

Evaluating sustainability for a key system like transportation can be vital for both planners and citizens alike, as planners provide the system and citizens use the system. A sustainable transportation system not only builds a prosperous economy, but it also ensures social equity and a healthy environment for years to come. There are differing scales of sustainability assessment, ranging from neighborhood to global. However, a sustainability scale between the local and national scale is not very common in practice. Therefore, this study offers a regional scale sustainability assessment for the transportation system that will address local changes while also reflecting ...


Collage, Perspective, And Space: The Consequences Of The Method Of Mies Van Der Rohe, Daniel Barker 2021 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

Collage, Perspective, And Space: The Consequences Of The Method Of Mies Van Der Rohe, Daniel Barker

Architecture Undergraduate Honors Theses

The method in which architects design space has the capacity to shape the manifestation of the built work. Architect Mies van der Rohe is one of the most noteworthy designers to exhibit this in his method of design: collage. This inquiry investigates the connection between the collages and the architecture of Mies van der Rohe, and how his use of collage defined the language of the architecture he created.

The investigation studied the collages and architecture of Mies van der Rohe through a design process investigation. Collages were made in the same language as Mies and used as a tool ...


Cory House Door Frame: Letter To Abbot Cummings, 2021 Roger Williams University

Cory House Door Frame: Letter To Abbot Cummings

Documentation

Anne Baker's letter to Abbot Cummings inquiring about an elliptical pediment over the Cory House front door frame and over the windows.


Cory House: Site And Building Summary - Cory Farm Complex, 2021 Roger Williams University

Cory House: Site And Building Summary - Cory Farm Complex

Documentation

Anne W. Baker's Site and Building Summary of the Cory Farm Complex giving a brief history of the house, an architectural and structural report, and a site description of its exterior and interior including brief descriptions of each room, the attic, the stairs, the ell, the fenestration, the roof, and the foundation. Dated December 18, 2004.


History Of Cory Cornell House, 2021 Roger Williams University

History Of Cory Cornell House

Documentation

History of the Cory Cornell land, house and farm. Criteria Statement for placement on the National Register of Historic Places. No date or author cited on this document, however an email dated December 14, 2004 from Peggi Medeiros of the Waterfront League contains the same content.


Cory Will Simplified, 2021 Roger Williams University

Cory Will Simplified

Documentation

Simplified chronology of dates.


Cory Family Information, 2021 Roger Williams University

Cory Family Information

Documentation

Email from Harriet Vaughan to Anne Baker regarding family history of the Cory Family from 1635 to late 1700s. Dated October 24, 2004. Source given was New England Families #2.


Cory Family Society Newsletter, July 2002, 2021 Roger Williams University

Cory Family Society Newsletter, July 2002

Documentation

Cory Family Society Newsletter, vol. 17, no.2, July 2002. Article describing the 2002 Annual and Family Re-Union - Rhode Island (Back to the Cory Roots) August 15-18, 2002. Includes a 2nd Reprint of August 1993 Portsmouth, Rhode Island tour by Charlotte Muller.


B10: Controlling Saltwater Intrusion: Aiding The Recovery Of Freshwater Ecosystems, Willem Maniago, Stefanie Whitmire, Dan Hitchcock 2021 Faith Lutheran High School STEM Academy

B10: Controlling Saltwater Intrusion: Aiding The Recovery Of Freshwater Ecosystems, Willem Maniago, Stefanie Whitmire, Dan Hitchcock

Annual Research Symposium

As sea levels rise, it is imperative to understand the effects of saltwater intrusion on freshwater ecosystems. This is especially true in the coastal wetlands of the SE US, where freshwater forests are dying from exposure to salinity. One management strategy that could prevent salinity intrusion in surface waters are water control structures (WCS). The Great Reserve, located outside of Georgetown, SC, represents a biodiverse freshwater forested wetland affected by saltwater intrusion from the adjacent tidal Black River. Several years ago, scientists and landowners observed the degradation of the ecosystem. The owners of the property installed a WCS at the ...


Thomas Cory First Will, 2021 Roger Williams University

Thomas Cory First Will

Documentation

Last Will and Testament of Thomas Cory dated 12 January 1731/32. Son of William Cory and Mary Earle. This was Thomas Cory's first will. Note from Dick Keyler: "notes might be helpful in tracking the ownership of the Cornell Road land that William Cory acquired in the original division of the Westport portion of the the colonial town of Dartmouth." no source given. Thomas Cory's second will is dated 1734.


Building Pedagogy: Studying Architecture And Preservation In American Art And Architectural History, Kate Kocyba 2021 Marywood University

Building Pedagogy: Studying Architecture And Preservation In American Art And Architectural History, Kate Kocyba

Art History Pedagogy & Practice

In this essay I discuss how my course attempts to broaden the definition of the American architectural canon by bringing in the discipline of preservation and, by extension the discussion of vernacular architecture. Throughout the course students are given assignments meant to engage with all levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy. By highlighting specific assignments such as a National Register of Historic Nomination Form, and a student led class discussion on Colonial Williamsburg I will show how students engage with the upper levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy. At the same time this essay demonstrates how a course on architecture of the ...


The Slow Violence Of Business As Usual Planning: Racial Injustice In Public Health Crises, Monika Sharma 2021 University of Massachusetts Amherst

The Slow Violence Of Business As Usual Planning: Racial Injustice In Public Health Crises, Monika Sharma

Masters Theses

This thesis is a critical analysis of the normative planning practice in relation to the aspirational principles of the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) (especially Section A, Part 1: Overall Responsibility to the Public). By exploring several dimensions of typical, or Business As Usual, planning practices in a local planning department in Springfield, Massachusetts and contextualized within larger planning concerns in the United States, I illustrate that socio-spatial, racialized oppression is deeply embedded in these common practices. Through a multimethod approach that includes historical survey, archival research, interviews, and direct observation, I argue that most professional planning operates from ...


Border Town: Preserving A 'Living' Cultural Landscape In Harlingen, Texas, Shelby Parrish 2021 University of Massachusetts Amherst

Border Town: Preserving A 'Living' Cultural Landscape In Harlingen, Texas, Shelby Parrish

Masters Theses

The preservation of cultural landscapes takes an understanding of a region’s shared history, their sense of place, and the sensory and spatial behavior of their appropriated spaces. That being said preserving cultural landscapes in urban areas can be especially challenging. They are constantly growing and evolving which requires special considerations to avoid suffocation of the space and the inhabitants’ spatial behavior. The practice of preserving cultural landscapes on an urban scale has been relatively lacking in the United States. The same preservation strategies are used for various types of cultural landscapes that have their own characteristics and stories. Different ...


Review Of Flexible Learning Spaces In Education, Emily A. Fisher, Donger Liu, Guy Trainin 2021 University of Nebraska - Lincoln

Review Of Flexible Learning Spaces In Education, Emily A. Fisher, Donger Liu, Guy Trainin

Research and Evaluation in Education, Technology, and Design

Research has shown that Flexible learning spaces have benefits in educational settings. The space has an impact on teachers' pedagogies and mindsets. In turn, instruction can be more student-centered promoting more interaction and engagement with each other and content. These findings imply that Flexible Learning Spaces can contribute to positive shifts in mindsets for teachers and students, as well as disrupting the dynamics of traditional classroom settings and instruction.


Exploring The Qualities Of Child-Friendly Outdoor Spaces: A Field Study In Low Income Neighbourhoods - Case Study: Sabra, Beirut, Lebanon, Farah Ahmad Mefleh, Hiba Mohsen, Baher Farahat 2021 M.Sc. Student, Faculty of Architecture - Design & Built Environment, Beirut Arab University, Lebanon

Exploring The Qualities Of Child-Friendly Outdoor Spaces: A Field Study In Low Income Neighbourhoods - Case Study: Sabra, Beirut, Lebanon, Farah Ahmad Mefleh, Hiba Mohsen, Baher Farahat

Architecture and Planning Journal (APJ)

Children’s play areas are from the past an indispensable right for children, in which it allows children to build their physical environment and assess it cognitive thinking. But today, the city, especially in low-income population suffers from a clear shortage of open spaces, where the leftover spaces are left empty used for garbage, old tanks car parts, and many other bad issues. This has negatively affected society, mainly children, where they become vulnerable to many social ills and problems that threaten their lives and behaviour. This paper tries to ameliorate and presents adequate children’s play areas, for the ...


Escaping Destructive Communities Towards An Underground Utopian Space, Rana Dghaily 2021 Master Student, Faculty of Architecture - Design & Built Environment, Beirut Arab University, Lebanon

Escaping Destructive Communities Towards An Underground Utopian Space, Rana Dghaily

Architecture and Planning Journal (APJ)

Going to the underground has always been the escape for people in harsh cases like wars and natural disasters. While the city centers are surrendered to the seizing through global capital, more density is forced on the territories of the city in the form of urban sprawl, leading to the uncontrolled, unplanned and unrestricted urban spreading, and then forcing to look for an escape for this continuous growth. Subterranean architecture would be the escaping solution that architects will depend on in the future. Subterranean architecture refers to the underground structure that is built in unique sites and where traditional buildings ...


Detecting A New Approach To Revive Dystopian Paranoid Sites, Shadi Osta, Marwan Halabi, Maged Youssef 2021 Master Student, Faculty of Architecture - Design & Built Environment, Beirut Arab University, Lebanon

Detecting A New Approach To Revive Dystopian Paranoid Sites, Shadi Osta, Marwan Halabi, Maged Youssef

Architecture and Planning Journal (APJ)

Until the nineteenth century, space delineation was tied only to the architectural norm, and even now, space is considered as a fundamental area that provide a safe and shelter for its user. Architecture historically has evolved significantly, altering the way people perceive space. Anciently, world civilization used to pay great attention in portraying semiotic of spatial experience in their architectural practices. Back when reflecting moods in architecture was part of utilization of the function. Moreover, Civilization has revolutionized the means of spatial delineation due to new trends in technological evolution. Therefore, to comprehend this association, the studies can distinguish how ...


Exploring Utopian Concepts In The Contemporary Water Architecture, Aya Chehab, Hiba Mohsen 2021 Master Student, Faculty of Architecture - Design & Built Environment, Beirut Arab University, Lebanon

Exploring Utopian Concepts In The Contemporary Water Architecture, Aya Chehab, Hiba Mohsen

Architecture and Planning Journal (APJ)

Water has since the beginning of civilizations been known to be the vital component of mankind’s existence. The inseparable relation between architecture and water is well-established from the beginning of ages where humans first settlements arose; that inevitably led to the creation of long-lasting shelters. Despite their strong bond, the architectural relationship with water has been through an unfortunate downfall throughout the years. Some contemporary architects admire to achieve an innovative approach in their projects, but are still lacking the risk of incorporating water as a key component for it; where it can act as a symbol of grandeur ...


Architecture Of Utopian Social Battery In The Neoliberal Cities, Al Hadi Taha, Marwan Halabi, Hiba Mohsen, Bahaa El Dine Abou El Khoudoud 2021 Master Student, Faculty of Architecture - Design & Built Environment, Beirut Arab University, Lebanon

Architecture Of Utopian Social Battery In The Neoliberal Cities, Al Hadi Taha, Marwan Halabi, Hiba Mohsen, Bahaa El Dine Abou El Khoudoud

Architecture and Planning Journal (APJ)

During the span of the recorded history, there has been always a continual eagerness to reach what is seen as a perfect place, this perfection has been later called utopia or the ‘non-existent place’ in Greek. Eventually, the perception of utopia differs between people, groups, eras, and many other factors, it’s a simultaneous desire of improving the current conditions. One of these perceived utopias was Neo-liberalism, which is an economic philosophy with ideas linked with free-market, economic liberalism, and capitalism. Indeed, this utopia has turned into a dystopia in which this philosophy became a prevalent mode of producing cities ...


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