Greta Place As A Historic District, 2014 California Polytechnic State University
Greta Place As A Historic District, William W. 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 ...
Mapping And Analyzing Historical Sanborn Maps Of San Luis Obispo From 1905 And 1950, 2014 California Polytechnic State University
Mapping And Analyzing Historical Sanborn Maps Of San Luis Obispo From 1905 And 1950, Troy A. Lawson
This project was conducted to map, analyze, and determine historical changes in the city of San Luis Obispo, California. Sanborn maps from 1905 and 1950 were drawn showing streets, parcels, creeks, and buildings of the city. These publications had limited use because they were in a physical format without any geographic reference. Here, these maps were digitized into a GIS format to analyze building trends and identify cultural and historical buildings not on the City’s list of Historic and Culturally Contributing Buildings, as well as published online on the City of San Luis Obispo’s website and on ArcGIS ...
City Of Los Angeles Arts District Form-Based Code, 2014 California Polytechnic State University
City Of Los Angeles Arts District Form-Based Code, Ryan Jupiter Banuelos
Master's Theses and Project Reports
Los Angeles is experiencing a loss of inventory with Industrial land due to adaptive reuse and property conversion. The primary factors behind the conversions are
inconsistent land use regulations and a strong market
demand for residential property. In an effort to streamline land use regulation,
the city will create a new zoning code. In conjunction with the zoning update,
the purpose of this project will be to develop a form-based code for the Los
Angeles Arts District. The new land use regulation will explore methods to
preserve job producing industrial space and accommodate the growing
residential market in the area ...
2041: A Communal Life, 2014 Syracuse University
2041: A Communal Life, Nathaniel Thomas Danciger
Syracuse University Honors Program Capstone Projects
I posit that an architecture of collective cultural spaces, shared human and animal habitat, and affordable local building techniques, implemented through the design of a co-housing community, would promote a collaborative and communal way of life in harmony with the natural landscape and offer a model for the future development of former agricultural and suburban sites in a manner preferable to the current practices of the American suburb. This project is concerned with redefining the way that people in the United States will occupy rural landscapes in the future. The site for this new co-housing model is a field outside ...
Content Management Systems And 3d Models: Creation, Interaction And Display, 2014 Stephen F. Austin State University
Content Management Systems And 3d Models: Creation, Interaction And Display, Dillon Wackerman, Ashley Thompson
Library Faculty and Staff Presentations
This presentation will explore methods of creating and displaying 3D images in relation to Content Management Systems and online collections. Examining the creation of 3D models through various platforms, we will discuss the interaction and feasibility for implementation of several common 3D formats.
The online display of 3D models has been in use for several years, most notably in archaeological reconstruction projects and more recently in digital imaging within the field of medical science. For this presentation, a 3D model is a visual representation that can be manipulated with various tools, which enable it to be turned, rotated and magnified ...
Occupant's Perception On Indoor Performance Of Historical Museum: A Case Study Of National Museum And Perak Museum, Malaysia, Nursyahida Zulkifli, Goh Wen Shuang, Syahrul Nizam Kamaruzzaman
The most crucial factors of the indoor environment performances in the museum are the staffs and visitors perception towards sick building syndrome and indoor environment quality. Besides, one of the methods used to investigate the satisfaction level on the indoor environmental performance is Post Occupancy Evaluation. The respondents are the visitors and staffs of the National Museum and Perak Museum and these museums are selected as the case study in this study. The degree of noticeable on the sick building syndrome symptom such as nose, eye, pain and aches, throat, skin and breath while the degree of likeliness on the ...
Preserving The Historic Garden Suburb: Case Studies From London And New York, 2014 University of South Florida
Preserving The Historic Garden Suburb: Case Studies From London And New York, Jeffrey A. Kroessler
The garden city or garden suburb was a response to the social and environmental ills of cities at the turn of the twentieth century. Letchworth Garden City, Hampstead Garden Suburb, and Welwyn Garden City were built outside London in the early 1900s, and each remains a highly desirable place of residence today. From the start, each was tightly regulated, and remains so a century later. By protecting the appearance and enhancing property values, the strict application of historic preservation principles contribute to the long-term sustainability of each place. Similar garden suburbs were built in the borough of Queens in New ...
The Bennett Grove School: Bulloch County’S Last One Room African American Schoolhouse, 2014 Georgia Southern University
The Bennett Grove School: Bulloch County’S Last One Room African American Schoolhouse, Inger Wood
Department of Sociology and Anthropology Faculty Presentations
No abstract provided.
Living In The Past: Preservation, Interpretation, And Engagement, And The 19th – Early 20th Century Home, Kirsten Jarrett
In recent years, boundaries between curated domestic space (typically open to the public, maintained by museum professionals, and supported by government or charitable funding), and privately occupied dwellings, have on occasion been eroded. Each year, usually as part of annual heritage events run by non-profit organisations, a small number of residents permit members of the public to view features of historic interest within their homes. Furthermore, extensive opportunities to share information, images, and data on-line allow residents to ‘virtually’ display historical features within otherwise closed domestic spaces. Adopting approaches from ‘Rescue’, Research, and Public Archaeology, the Living in the Past ...
Owen, Colvin Jacob (Sc 1270), 2014 Western Kentucky University
Owen, Colvin Jacob (Sc 1270), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives
MSS Finding Aids
Finding aid only for Manuscripts Small Collection 1270. Research project done by WKU student Colvin Owen, Lexington, Kentucky, relating to the restoration needs of a Bowling Green, Kentucky house at 6487 Louisville Road known as “Rose Villa.”
Historic Preservation Law In A Nutshell, 2014 SelectedWorks
Historic Preservation Law In A Nutshell, Sara C. Bronin, Ryan M. Rowberry
Sara C Bronin
The purpose of this book is to provide a concise, coherent reference for the emerging field of historic preservation law for lawyers, policymakers, planners, architects, and students alike.
We consider preservation law to be “emerging” because it began to fully develop in the United States only in the last fifty years. Two key transition points happened at the federal level: the 1966 passage of the National Historic Preservation Act and the 1978 Penn Central Supreme Court decision, which upheld a landmarks law against a constitutional challenge and consequently encouraged other localities to adopt similar ordinances. (Of course, this book covers ...
A Review Of The Lighting Performance In Buildings Through Energy Efficiency, 2014 SelectedWorks
A Review Of The Lighting Performance In Buildings Through Energy Efficiency, Syahrulnizam Kamaruzzaman, Nursyahida Zulkifli
As developing countries including Malaysia, are now moving towards sustainable development is in line with the Ninth Malaysia Plan, 9th MP, the development should be built to meet current and future needs for achieving sustainability of economic development, social and environmental responsibility for the prosperity without compromising the future generations‘ needs. Over the past five years, there has been a move away from constructing new buildings to refurbishing older and historic ones. Thus, the purpose of this paper is to review and evaluate the approach for the refurbishment of lighting as well as the existing energy efficiency policy and measures ...
Visual Harmony In Relation To Camp Santanoni: Users’ Perceptions And Interpretations Of Visual Harmony Between Historic Rustic Architectural Design And The Natural Environment Based On Recommendations Made By Downing, Olmstead And Wicks, 2014 Roger Williams University
Visual Harmony In Relation To Camp Santanoni: Users’ Perceptions And Interpretations Of Visual Harmony Between Historic Rustic Architectural Design And The Natural Environment Based On Recommendations Made By Downing, Olmstead And Wicks, Nina L. Caruso
The purpose of this study is to understand how users of Camp Santanoni perceive and interpret the visual harmony between historic rustic architectural design and the natural environment and if these meanings are congruent with the design recommendations from Downing, Olmsted, and Wicks. The main goal is to understand the congruent relationships between how a designer wished to achieve visual harmony between buildings and landscapes, and how people actually perceive this interaction. The meaningful relationships between users (the people) of Camp Santanoni’s buildings and the surrounding landscape (the place) were documented.
A Cultural Heritage Management Methodology For Assessing The Vulnerabilities Of Archaeological Sites To Predicted Climate Change Focuing On Ireland's Two World Heritage Sites, 2014 Dublin Institute of Technology
A Cultural Heritage Management Methodology For Assessing The Vulnerabilities Of Archaeological Sites To Predicted Climate Change Focuing On Ireland's Two World Heritage Sites, Caithleen Daly [Thesis]
The affect climate change will have on cultural heritage preservation poses a global challenge and is being addressed by international organisations such as UNESCO and ICOMOS. The aim of this doctoral research is to assist heritage managers in understanding the implications of climate change for the sites in their care. It addresses the question of how to approach the assessment and measurement of climate change impacts on cultural heritage. The potential future effects of climate change on cultural heritage in temperate climates are discussed and current international practice in the management of climate change impacts on cultural heritage is investigated ...
Advances In Documentation, Digital Curation, Virtual Exhibition, And A Test Of 3d Geometric Morhpometrics: A Case Study Of The Vanderpool Vessels From The Ancestral Caddo Territory, 2014 Stephen F. Austin State University
Advances In Documentation, Digital Curation, Virtual Exhibition, And A Test Of 3d Geometric Morhpometrics: A Case Study Of The Vanderpool Vessels From The Ancestral Caddo Territory, Robert Z. Selden Jr., Timothy K. Perttula, Michael J. O'Brien
Center for Regional Heritage Research
Three-dimensional (3D) digital scanning of archaeological materials is typically used as a tool for artifact documentation. With the permission of the Caddo Nation of Oklahoma, 3D documentation of Caddo funerary vessels from the Vanderpool site (41SM77) was conducted with the initial goal of ensuring that these data would be publicly available for future research long after the vessels were repatriated. A digital infrastructure was created to archive and disseminate the resultant 3D datasets, ensuring that they would be accessible by both researchers and the general public (CRHR 2014a). However, 3D imagery can be used for much more than documentation. To ...
Co-Creation: A Study Of Intimacy And Control, 2014 Virginia Commonwealth University
Co-Creation: A Study Of Intimacy And Control, Erin Brooks
Theses and Dissertations
Drawing from ongoing revitalization initiatives in Richmond, Virginia, this adaptive reuse project creates a structured dialogue between public and private expression to create a more immersive gallery experience for viewer and practitioner. The gallery experience is twofold; traditional object-based display and nontraditional process-based display. Preservation of the historic fabric of the existing Handcraft building at 1501 Roseneath is integrated with the transformative potential of introducing voyeuristic opportunities in creating a community arts center. Notions of voyeurism will center around ideas of visual connection and physical separation. This project questions if tactics of voyeurism, which inherently create physical barriers, can facilitate ...
Lee, Robert Edward, 1807-1870 - Relating To (Sc 1273), 2013 Western Kentucky University
Lee, Robert Edward, 1807-1870 - Relating To (Sc 1273), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives
MSS Finding Aids
Finding aid only for Manuscripts Small Collection 1273. Insurance application, dated 17 October 1859, for the home and barn of General Robert E. Lee in Arlington, Virginia. Includes a detailed description of the structures.
Bowling Green, Kentucky - Historic Houses - The Old Brick (Sc 1277), 2013 Western Kentucky University
Bowling Green, Kentucky - Historic Houses - The Old Brick (Sc 1277), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives
MSS Finding Aids
Finding aid only for Manuscripts Small Collection 1277. Article written by Bob Dickey for a Bowling Green, Kentucky newspaper, about “The Old Brick,” a historic house owned by Mr. and Mrs. Noble A. Burford, Sr. and located on Smallhouse Road in Warren County, Kentucky.
El Urbicidio Es El Asesinato Litúrgico De La Ciudad, 2013 SelectedWorks
El Urbicidio Es El Asesinato Litúrgico De La Ciudad, Fernando Carrión Mena Arq.
Fernando Carrión Mena
Académico del Departamento de Estudios Políticos de FLACSOEcuador, doctor en Ciencias Sociales y especialista en políticas urbanas y seguridad ciudadana, Fernando Carrión Mena habla de urbicidio al sostener que “hay una ritualidad o una estrategia explícita de tipo militar, económica o política para intervenir en la ciudad”. El arquitecto, quien fuera también secretario de planificación del Municipio de Quito y coordinador general de la Red Ciudades para América Latina, dice que “la planificación urbana debe reconocer el derecho a la ciudad”.
Presentation: "Mid-Century Modern Architecture, Laramie, Wyoming", 2013 University of Wyoming
Presentation: "Mid-Century Modern Architecture, Laramie, Wyoming", Mary M. Humstone
Mid-Century Modern Architecture in Laramie, Wyoming
No abstract provided.