Wheeler, Andrea (2014) “Sharing The World: An Approach For Sustainable Architectural Design” Presentation At The University Of Bristol October 30th 2014 With Luce Irigaray., 2015 Iowa State University
Wheeler, Andrea (2014) “Sharing The World: An Approach For Sustainable Architectural Design” Presentation At The University Of Bristol October 30th 2014 With Luce Irigaray., Andrea S. Wheeler
Andrea S. Wheeler
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Finding Addison Mizner: His Scrapbook Testimony, 2014 University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Finding Addison Mizner: His Scrapbook Testimony, Suzanne B. Kane Asid
Theses from the Architecture Program
Through historic archival research, this study focuses on the works of Florida architect Addison Mizner (1872-1933), credited with bringing Spanish/Mediterranean Revival architecture to Palm Beach, Florida in the early 20th century. This thesis is the first to study the works of Mizner through the perspective of his personal scrapbooks. In a state of advanced deterioration, Mizner’s scrapbooks are currently housed in Society of the Four Arts, King Library in Palm Beach, Florida. While a rare and treasured source of their own accord, the importance of the scrapbooks is elevated by the fact that many of Mizner’s ...
Full Symposium Program, 2014 Washington University in St. Louis
Full Symposium Program, Symposium Organizers
Women in Architecture <br />1974 | 2014
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The Place Of Power: The Christian Acquisition Of The Roman Basilica, 2014 Minnesota State University, Mankato
The Place Of Power: The Christian Acquisition Of The Roman Basilica, Tysen Dauer
Journal of Undergraduate Research at Minnesota State University, Mankato
Architecture provides a cultural window into peoples’ thoughts, actions, and beliefs. This is especially true of religious architecture. The modern phenomenon of the “megachurch” has resulted from a period of transition for Christians which is strikingly similar to the situation which faced Christians in the 4th century A.D. How the early Christians dealt with their building needs and how modern Christians are dealing with theirs provides an insight into how both the practice of Christianity and the culture in which it is practiced has changed. Research showed that the situations in which these structures were built had much in ...
Breaking The Eviction Cycle: Rethinking Design In An Urban Homeless Campsite, 2014 University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Breaking The Eviction Cycle: Rethinking Design In An Urban Homeless Campsite, Lauren R. Dunn
In Knoxville, TN, in an area of decaying rail-based industry close to a cluster of homeless services, people experiencing homelessness, who cannot or will not use the shelter system, generate outdoor campsites. Every 6 or 8 months, local authorities evict the campers due to complaints of trash accumulation or disturbances. The homeless campers then move to new locations, and the cycle begins anew. Homeless service providers and policy makers discuss what to do about the perceived problem, but they do not condone the urban campsites or ask the campers what they need to improve their situations.
This is a “wicked ...
Make A Delirious Noise: Improvising Urbanism In New Orleans, Louisiana, 2014 University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Make A Delirious Noise: Improvising Urbanism In New Orleans, Louisiana, Jason Michael Stark
Decades of poor urban design choices and a lack of attention to the characteristics of communities have played prominent roles in the fracturing of urban communities and the relegation of those without means to the edges of the urban fabric: poverty and powerlessness abetted by geographic location. Rather than “restitching” the urban whole back together, I argue that progress can be made through the generation of local nodes of identity: a polynucleated urban condition. The development of spaces to magnify community identity with respect to localized characteristics produces a community focus to replace the unattainable (for those without means) city ...
Urban[E] Agriculture Developing An Architecture That Supports Hyper-Localized Agriculture In The Urban Context, 2014 University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Urban[E] Agriculture Developing An Architecture That Supports Hyper-Localized Agriculture In The Urban Context, Jason Michael Cole
This thesis contains both the outline of the modern day problem of food deserts and nutritional injustice in urban areas, as well as my proposed solution for combatting both of those issues. Through research, investigation, experimentation and synthesis of design, I have put forth my thoughts and ideas on how we as a community can work together to shape our own nutritional destiny in the urban environment.
Roman Baths At Antiochia Ad Cragum: A Preliminary Evaluation Of Bath Architecture As Social Signals In The Ancient Mediterranean World, 2014 University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Roman Baths At Antiochia Ad Cragum: A Preliminary Evaluation Of Bath Architecture As Social Signals In The Ancient Mediterranean World, Holly J. Staggs
Anthropology Department Theses and Dissertations
In Rough Cilicia, monumental public architecture was built in the initial phase of the social and political formation of Asia Minor into the Roman Empire during the Imperial Period. As bathing complexes are the most abundant and diverse types of architecture in this region, it would be beneficial to analyze the role of the baths along with their importance in this new Greco-Roman society. This study will focus on two baths at the site of Antiochia ad Cragum, seating this effort in multi-level signaling theory to understand local scale patterning and revised world systems theory to understand regional scale patterning ...
Greta Place As A Historic District, 2014 California Polytechnic State University
Greta Place As A Historic District, William Riggs
William W. Riggs
This report, forwarded to the City of San Luis Obispo's Cultural Heritage Commission proposes Greta Place as a mid-century modern historic district. Greta is a small street located centrally in San Luis Obispo, CA (See Figure 1). It has a unique and distinct mid-century presence that is both a well-preserved and concentrated example of a collection of Mid-century single-family homes produced in San Luis Obispo as the City began to expand in the 1950s. It specifically called out in the City’s Historic Context Statement when it describes the street as “a cohesive collection of one-story Mid-century Modern houses ...
At The Periphery Of Architectural History – Looking At Eastern Europe, 2014 Purdue University
At The Periphery Of Architectural History – Looking At Eastern Europe, Carmen Popescu
Long-time absent or only briefly mentioned for those examples fitting into the schemata, Eastern Europe has started to integrate in the past few years the mainstream discourse of architectural history. The reason of this inclusion is to be sought for not only in a certain globalization – both of the practice and of the academic discipline – but also in the mutations operated recently in the field of architectural historiography. However, in spite of the renewed context, Eastern Europe remains still marginal, both geographically – though globalization turned peripherality into a relative issue – and disciplinarily. The paper looks at Eastern European architecture as ...
Not-I/Thou: The Other Subject Of Art And Architecture, 2014 SelectedWorks
Not-I/Thou: The Other Subject Of Art And Architecture, Gavin W. Keeney
Gavin W Keeney
Not-I/Thou: The Other Subject of Art and Architecture is a series of essays delineating the gray areas and black zones in present-day cultural production with, in Part One (The Gray and the Black), an implicit critique of neoliberal capitalism and its assault on the humanities through the pseudo-scientific and pseudo-empirical biases of academic and professional disciplines. Initially surveying the shift from Cultural Ecology to Cultural Studies to Cognitive Capitalism, the essays of Part Two (What is “Franciscan” Ontology?) return to certain lost causes in the historical development of modernity and post-modernity, foremost the recourse to artistic production as both ...
The Artist And The Rebel: The Art Of Graffiti And Its Impact On Memory Architecture, 2014 Gettysburg College
The Artist And The Rebel: The Art Of Graffiti And Its Impact On Memory Architecture, Stephen A. Setman '14
The lasting presence of graffiti in major cities like Berlin raises the question, what kind of perspective does such an art form have on memory? Given that graffiti are written or painted on structures and buildings, which are already their own kind of monument, and that the content of graffiti tends towards the politically and socially critical, how are we to understand the relationship of these works to places of memory creation? Why, for example, do we sometimes give monumental protection (Denkmanlschutz) to works of graffiti, and why so often not? My research investigates the roll of graffiti in cultural ...
Making By Taking: An Investigation Of Architectural Appropriation, 2014 Syracuse University
Making By Taking: An Investigation Of Architectural Appropriation, Victoria Lee
Syracuse University Honors Program Capstone Projects
The project contends that explicit appropriation can be a legitimate method of architectural production. The scope encompasses four canonical works of architecture: Villa Rotonda, Villa Savoye, Fallingwater, and the Farnsworth House. These works are appropriated as the basis of a retrospective analysis and as the foundation for a speculative, generative design strategy. Following the height of postmodernism, the notion of explicit formal appropriation was characterized in a negative light, seen as inauthentic imitation. However, an increasing number of contemporary artists and architects are utilizing explicit appropriation and historical reference as a primary method of production. This mode of thinking can ...
American Picnickers, 2014 Syracuse University
American Picnickers, Yuxiang Luo
Syracuse University Honors Program Capstone Projects
This thesis investigates the eating practice of American commuters. The issue of food is addressed through a social lens, affected by spatial conditions. The project thus aims to reinvent the operation of roadside food business, through the design of a series of spatial conditions that activate new social relations.
Commuters’ eating practice is problematic; the drive-thru as a prevalent building and business typology has created spatial and social isolation for various parties in the society. The social isolation has two implications. On one hand, as drivers eat alone in the car, they are isolated from other eaters, thus degrading the ...
Mapping As Performing Place, 2014 University of Kentucky
Mapping As Performing Place, Aslihan Senel
disClosure: A Journal of Social Theory
Mapping is an emerging act in contemporary discourse to understand, criticize, and re-imagine complex cultural, social, and physical relationships in the built environment. Maps are documents nearly as old as the human history in representing the relationships of people to land. Yet, mapping rather than map-making is a newly created concept as an alternative way of thinking about this relationship. Mapping refers less to a representation than a performance, in which the maker, place, and the product redefine, reposition and reproduce each other in the process. Mapping may allow developing an embodied and critical understanding of place, which is continuously ...
Inaccurate Restorations: Charles Mackintosh's Sauchiehall St. Willow Tea-Rooms, 2014 Iowa State University
Inaccurate Restorations: Charles Mackintosh's Sauchiehall St. Willow Tea-Rooms, Ontario Caudill
Symposium on Undergraduate Research and Creative Expression
Charles Mackintosh designed among the most successful tea-rooms of the early twentieth century, in particular, the Willow Tea-Rooms in Glasgow, Scotland. Because of their ground-breaking modern forms and ornament, Mackintosh's designs for this building are still considered to be among the most important of the period. Unfortunately, Glasgow is failing its famed architect. This paper argues that three twentieth century interventions caused significant damage to Mackintosh's design, some of which are irreversible. They include, 1) transforming the Room de Luxe into a bridal shop for Daly's Department Store, 2) restoring the Room de Luxe as a tea ...
Architecture Of Esposizione Universale Roma: Reassessing Fascism’S Contribution To The Success Of Modern Rome, 2014 Iowa State University
Architecture Of Esposizione Universale Roma: Reassessing Fascism’S Contribution To The Success Of Modern Rome, Albert Li
Symposium on Undergraduate Research and Creative Expression
Amidst the successful modern architectural styles of the twentieth century, Italian Fascist architecture remains overlooked. Based on principles of nationalism and strength, the architectural style came to existence through a fusion of modernism’s simplicity and Imperial Rome’s iconography. While Fascist ideals are disregarded today, perpetuated by their alignment with Mussolini’s failed regime, Fascist buildings have quietly ascended to a level of preeminence among modern Italian forms. This paper evaluates the constancy and relevancy of Fascist architecture in modern day Rome, and reassesses the historical contributions off Fascist design. The paper’s methodologies include material culture analysis of ...
Spans Across Time: Compliance Of Historic Maine Coastal Bridges With Modern Geometric Design Standards, 2014 The University of Maine
Spans Across Time: Compliance Of Historic Maine Coastal Bridges With Modern Geometric Design Standards, Elizabeth Reynolds
The purpose of this thesis is to study a wide range of historic bridges along the coast of Maine. Three bridges were selected for study: Sewall’s Bridge, Bailey Island Bridge, and Deer Isle-Sedgwick Bridge. The selected bridges exhibit varying historic treatment approaches, material use, structure type, and span length. This thesis establishes the compliance of these bridges with modern geometric standards, as defined by AASHTO (2011), including maximum grade, vertical and horizontal alignment, roadway width, and sidewalk width. Passing sight distance, passenger comfort and general appearance are not be included in this evaluation of geometric design.
This document outlines ...
Storytelling In Bronze: The Doors Of The Baptistery Of San Giovanni As Emblems Of Florence's Roman History And Artistic Progression, 2014 College of William and Mary
Storytelling In Bronze: The Doors Of The Baptistery Of San Giovanni As Emblems Of Florence's Roman History And Artistic Progression, Erin M. Gregory
The three bronze doors of the Baptistery of San Giovanni stand as public expressions of Florence’s imperial history, economic stability, and artistic advances. These commissions can only be understood in their physical context within the Baptistery, the city’s most revered monument. The Baptistery testifies to Florence’s imperial Roman and early Christian history, and it serves vital religious and civic functions within the commune. Each bronze door guards the liminal space between the city’s public sphere and the sacred interior where the baptismal ritual is performed. The bronze medium and the narrative style of the doors further ...
Mollifying The Muses: An Exploration Of Conflict In The Life And Works Of Iannis Xenakis, 2014 University of Pennsylvania
Mollifying The Muses: An Exploration Of Conflict In The Life And Works Of Iannis Xenakis, Davis S. Butner
CUREJ - College Undergraduate Research Electronic Journal
The early life of Iannis Xenakis, a modern day Renaissance scholar who would come to redefine the limits of musical composition and sound-driven spatial design in the 21st century, was overshadowed by adversity, conflict and alienation. Fleeing from his home country in 1947 after a nearly fatal wound to the face during the Greek Revolution, Xenakis' newfound life and career in the atelier of French architect Le Corbusier allowed for the budding engineer to explore a collective passion for music and mathematics within his work. Nevertheless, just as a giant facial scar would stand as a permanent physical symbol for ...