Daniel Libeskind's Three Lessons In Architecture, 2016 University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Daniel Libeskind's Three Lessons In Architecture, Charles T. Weak
UCARE Research Products
IN 1985, STUDENT’S AT CRANBROOK UNIVERSITY CREATED THREE ARCHITECTURAL MACHINES FOR THE VENICE BIENNALE. THE THREE MACHINES WERE LOST IN A FIRE IN VENICE. THE ONLY REMNANTS OF THE MACHINES THAT ARE LEFT ARE PICTURES FROM THE BIENNALE. THIS PROJECT FOCUSED ON THE READING MACHINE, ONE OF THE THREE MACHINES THAT WAS DESTROYED. IN AN ATTEMPT TO BETTER UNDERSTAND THESE MACHINES AND THEIR ROLE IN ARCHITECTURAL DISCOURSE, WE SET OUT TO SEE WHAT WE COULD LEARN FROM RECONSTRUCTING THESE MACHINES.
Identity And Urban Design: The Path To Meaningfulness In The City Of Concepción., 2016 Universidad Austral de Chile
Identity And Urban Design: The Path To Meaningfulness In The City Of Concepción., Laura Yazmin Rodriguez
In her research leading to this article, Laura Rodriguez studied the urban design and place making qualities of the University of Concepción campus in Chile. Based on interviews with a select group of experts and field observations, the results indicate that the campus' strong meaning within the city image is partly due to its original conception as an overall consistent project and as part of the city grid and life.
Remembering Vietnam War Veterans: Interpreting History Through New Orleans Monuments And Memorials, 2015 University of New Orleans
Remembering Vietnam War Veterans: Interpreting History Through New Orleans Monuments And Memorials, Catherine Bourg Haws
University of New Orleans Theses and Dissertations
This thesis is concerned with the question of how America’s citizen soldiers are remembered and how their services can be interpreted through monuments and memorials. The paper discusses the concept of memory and the functions of memorialization. It explores whether and how monuments and memorials portray the difficulties, hardships, horror, costs, and consequences of armed combat. The political motivations behind the design, formation and establishment of the edifices are also probed. The paper considers the Vietnam War monuments and memorials erected by Americans and Vietnam expatriates in New Orleans, Louisiana, and examines their illustrative and educational usefulness. Results ...
The Self Sufficient Pod, 2015 Syracuse University
The Self Sufficient Pod, Brenna Merola
Architecture Thesis Prep
This thesis presents a typology of temporary relief housing that will be self sustaining and will better address the procedure and process of housing individuals affected by disasters. The proposed pod will be adaptable in order to fit the needs of different types of environmental conditions, while still encompassing the architectural necessities of light, heat, and energy.
Community Identity: Place And The South Knoxville Waterfront, 2015 University of Tennessee - Knoxville
Community Identity: Place And The South Knoxville Waterfront, Nicholas Joseph Burger
“With the loss of tactility and the scale and details crafted for the human body and hand, our structures become repulsively flat, sharp-edged, immaterial, and unreal” (Holl 29). Our built environment is full of constructs which are unsuccessful on a number of levels proving why it is critical to concentrate on a sense of place and identity. A great place is described as one where people gravitate towards, a place for everyone, something that is memorable, and a space which evokes a story (Placemaking Is...). South Knoxville, Tennessee, the selected site of this thesis, will test the concept of place ...
Umass Amherst Campus Master Plan Executive Summary 2012, 2015 University of Massachusetts - Amherst
Umass Amherst Campus Master Plan Executive Summary 2012, Ludmilla Pavlova-Gillham, Dennis Swinford
Ludmilla D Pavlova
The UMass Amherst Campus Master Plan Executive Summary 2012 summarizes the principles and goals of the University of Massachusetts Amherst Campus Master Plan 2012 and presents a map of the future campus with a list of proposed building site development options, as described in the main document.
Planning For Student Union Functions Study, 2015 University of Massachusetts - Amherst
Planning For Student Union Functions Study, Ludmilla Pavlova-Gillham
Ludmilla D Pavlova
This is a report to the UMass Amherst Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs and Campus Life that identifies current and future co-curricula student activities on campus and develops creative solutions to help meet those needs. The report includes an inventory of existing activities, maps their campus distribution and proposes a preliminary campus-wide space program for those activities.
Designing Ambulatory Care Facilities—An Evidence-Based Design Checklist, 2015 Selected Works
Designing Ambulatory Care Facilities—An Evidence-Based Design Checklist, Zahra Zamani, Anjali Joseph, Xiaobo Quan,
Greening Restaurant Design: A Study Of The Implementation Of Leed Certification In Restaurant Design, 2015 University of Nebraska – Lincoln
Greening Restaurant Design: A Study Of The Implementation Of Leed Certification In Restaurant Design, Shelly Schmidt
Interior Design Program: Theses
With a significant amount of interest in sustainability and green design in the commercial industry, this thesis examined the effects of the implementation of LEED certification specifically within the built environment of restaurants. Being one of the largest energy consumers and waste producers in the commercial retail industry, restaurant stakeholders have a social responsibility to safeguard the environment from such detriments imposed upon by the daily operations of their business. Yet, few owners have chosen to implement green practices or sustainable features into the design of their restaurant.
Case study comparisons of six restaurants, three LEED certified and three non-LEED ...
Architecture Of Transience: Developing Communities For Migrant Farm Workers, 2015 University of Tennessee - Knoxville
Architecture Of Transience: Developing Communities For Migrant Farm Workers, Laura Flores
Migrant farm workers are an economically disadvantaged group who perform labor-intensive work for long hours in the fields. The housing available to migrant workers in the United States is typically substandard and limited in availability. Housing is usually provided by a grower or acquired by the migrant worker away from the farm. The housing available to migrant farmworkers provides little support for their families.
This study investigates strategies for developing community in transient situations. Transient populations, such as migrant farmworkers, are constantly on the move, and are ungrounded. Communities provided transient populations with rootedness and a sense of belonging. Communities ...
Layers Of Staro Sajmište [Re]Opening Dialog, 2015 University of Tennessee - Knoxville
Layers Of Staro Sajmište [Re]Opening Dialog, Jared Samuel Wilkins
This research analyzes and tests the application of a process driven memorial intervention on the contested territory of Staro Sajmište, Novi Belgrade’s former 1937 International Exposition Fairgrounds that was adapted into a concentration camp in 1941. Today, Staro Sajmište exists as makeshift living for an impoverished community. Traditional memorial and conservation efforts have been attempted on the site over the last 60 years; however, none have achieved an appropriate depth of impact. I propose to revisit Staro Sajmište through an intervention not recognized as a literal memorial, but rather as the transformation and re-appropriation of the urban fabric into ...
The Bayreuth Festspielhaus: The Metaphysical Manifestation Of Wagner's Der Ring Des Nibelungen, 2015 University of Ottawa
The Bayreuth Festspielhaus: The Metaphysical Manifestation Of Wagner's Der Ring Des Nibelungen, Matthew Timmermans
Nota Bene: Canadian Undergraduate Journal of Musicology
This essay explores how the architectural design of the Bayreuth Festspielhaus effects the performance of Wagner’s later operas, specifically Der Ring des Nibelungen. Contrary to Wagner’s theoretical writings, which advocate equality among the various facets of operatic production (Gesamtkuntswerk), I argue that Wagner’s architectural design elevates music above these other art forms. The evidence lies within the unique architecture of the house, which Wagner constructed to realize his operatic vision. An old conception of Wagnerian performance advocated by Cosima Wagner—in interviews and letters—was consciously left by Richard Wagner. However, I juxtapose this with Daniel Barenboim ...
From Socialist To Post-Socialist Cities: Narrating The Nation Through Urban Space, 2015 Marshall University
From Socialist To Post-Socialist Cities: Narrating The Nation Through Urban Space, Joshua Hagen, Alexander Diener
The development of post-socialist cities has emerged as a major field of study among critical theorists from across the social sciences. Originally constructed under the dictates of central planners and designed to serve the demands of command economies, post-socialist urban centers currently develop at the nexus of varied and often competing economic, cultural, and political forces. Among these, nationalist aspirations, previously simmering beneath the official rhetoric of communist fraternity and veneer of architectural conformity, have emerged as dominant factors shaping the urban landscape. This article examines patterns, processes, and practices concerning the cultural politics of architecture, urban planning, and identity ...
Sustainable Design Strategies For Sport Stadia, 2015 University of Florida
Sustainable Design Strategies For Sport Stadia, Ileana Aquino, Nawari O. Nawari
The need to establish a more sustainable design for everyday items and for people to live a more sustainably led lifestyle is evident around the world. As office and residential building, schools, and infrastructure become more sustainably built, there is no doubt that other fields will soon follow. The sporting domain needs to be the next step in sustainable design. Sport stadia can and will play a vital role in increasing sustainability awareness across the world. There is an enormous opportunity to have stadia serve as trendsetters in innovative thinking for sustainable design.
This research shows that there are numerous ...
Building A Shared World As A Definition Of Sustainable Architecture?, 2015 Iowa State University
Building A Shared World As A Definition Of Sustainable Architecture?, Andrea Wheeler
Andrea S. Wheeler
Whilst the current debates on sustainable architecture is dominated by a conversation about energy performance and abstract certification—each easily manipulated to serve commercial gain—I argue that a philosophical reconsideration of relationality is key to a sustainable built environment, examining sustainable architecture.
Pedagogical Examination Of An Award-Winning Instructor’S Studio Teaching, 2015 Kent State University - Kent Campus
Pedagogical Examination Of An Award-Winning Instructor’S Studio Teaching, Ji Young Cho
Ji Young Cho
Design studio, as a core of architectural education, has been a significant topic for research in the field of architecture. However, there is little research on teachers and their pedagogical approach to teaching, such as what constitutes excellent teaching in the design studio. This may be due to the complexity of the study topic and a rigorous research procedure. Since the day-to-day education does not allow for immediate responses, it is difficult to find out which strategies, tactics, and techniques impact students’ learning and advancement without being in the studio context for a sufficient period of time. This paper attempts ...
Understanding Furniture Design Choices Using A 3d Virtual Showroom, 2015 Kent State University - Kent Campus
Understanding Furniture Design Choices Using A 3d Virtual Showroom, So-Yeon Yoon, Hyunjoo Oh, Ji Young Cho
Ji Young Cho
This study is a Web-based investigation that utilizes virtual reality technology to understand the factors considered for residential furniture purchase and furniture style preference. In residential interior design, furniture has significant financial and symbolic meaning. From a broader perspective, residential furniture is important to the domestic furniture industry as well as to woodworking and textile markets. Despite this importance, little is known about how consumers make residential furniture choices and what designs or styles are preferred. The purpose of this study is to understand the most important factors involved in choosing living room furniture and to identify preferences for furniture ...
Emotional Responses To Color Environments: An Experimental Study On Young And Older Adults Using A Ssemi-Immersive Virtual Environment, 2015 Kent State University - Kent Campus
Emotional Responses To Color Environments: An Experimental Study On Young And Older Adults Using A Ssemi-Immersive Virtual Environment, So-Yeon Yoon, Ji Young Cho
Ji Young Cho
Color in our environment is known to bring emotional, social, and physiological reactions to people. This study is about young and older adults' emotional responses to color environments using a semi immersive virtual environment. As a theoretical framework, this study explores Japanese psychologist Kobayashi's color image scale with real-scale, high-fidelity computer simulations. There are three goals of this study: (a) to test universal applicability of Kobayashi's color image scale theory in western country; (B) to understand similarities and differences of emotional responses to color environment between young and older adults group; (C) to provide a practical framework for ...
Student Perceptions And Performance In Online And Offline Collaboration In An Interior Design Studio, 2015 Kent State University - Kent Campus
Student Perceptions And Performance In Online And Offline Collaboration In An Interior Design Studio, Ji Young Cho, Moon-Heum Cho
Ji Young Cho
Competence in collaboration is one of the critical abilities that interior design majors are expected to develop during the course of their education; however, few students are competent to collaborate with others online. The purposes of this study were to identify student perceptions and performance in online collaboration compared to those of offline collaboration and to explore the way students collaborate online. A total of 29 junior interior design students participated in the study. After finishing each online and offline collaborative project, they completed a survey. The findings show that students are more satisfied with offline collaboration and perceive offline ...
Customization And Autonomy : Characteristics Of The Ideal Design Studio Instructor In Design Education, 2015 Kent State University - Kent Campus
Customization And Autonomy : Characteristics Of The Ideal Design Studio Instructor In Design Education, Ji Young Cho
Ji Young Cho
Design studio is a unique type of course in architecture and interior design education, in which learning is based on student-instructor interaction and learning by doing; yet little research has been conducted on student perceptions of the ideal design studio instructor. The purpose of this paper was to identify characteristics of the ideal studio instructor from student perspectives. Three award-winning design studio instructors' studio activities were observed, and the three instructors and their 40 students were interviewed. As a result, characteristics in four categories were identified. The author argues that providing customized feedback and allowing student autonomy are the two ...