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Between Memory And Invention An Interview With Nietq Sobejano Arquitectos, Luis Sacristán Murga Aug 2022

Between Memory And Invention An Interview With Nietq Sobejano Arquitectos, Luis Sacristán Murga

IntAR Interventions Adaptive Reuse

No abstract provided.


Going Dutch Duplication, Authencity And Reprogrammed Experience, Iris Mach Aug 2022

Going Dutch Duplication, Authencity And Reprogrammed Experience, Iris Mach

IntAR Interventions Adaptive Reuse

No abstract provided.


A Future Of Pilgrimage, Andy Lockyer Aug 2022

A Future Of Pilgrimage, Andy Lockyer

IntAR Interventions Adaptive Reuse

No abstract provided.


Million Donkey Hotel And Other Memories Of Stone, Michela Bassanelli Aug 2022

Million Donkey Hotel And Other Memories Of Stone, Michela Bassanelli

IntAR Interventions Adaptive Reuse

No abstract provided.


Bikini Berlin Becoming An Icon Of Post-War Reconstruction, Dionys Ottl Aug 2022

Bikini Berlin Becoming An Icon Of Post-War Reconstruction, Dionys Ottl

IntAR Interventions Adaptive Reuse

No abstract provided.


Alternate Hospitality A New Frontier, Tiziano Aglieri Rinella Aug 2022

Alternate Hospitality A New Frontier, Tiziano Aglieri Rinella

IntAR Interventions Adaptive Reuse

No abstract provided.


More Of Something Else Conjecture One-Thirty (Tu), Jeffry Burchard Aug 2022

More Of Something Else Conjecture One-Thirty (Tu), Jeffry Burchard

IntAR Interventions Adaptive Reuse

No abstract provided.


Postindustrial Spectacle Reconnecting Image And Function, Patrick Ruggiero, Jr. Aug 2022

Postindustrial Spectacle Reconnecting Image And Function, Patrick Ruggiero, Jr.

IntAR Interventions Adaptive Reuse

No abstract provided.


Cathedrals Of Consumerism Experiencing Corporate Interiors And Brands, Sylvia Leydecker Aug 2022

Cathedrals Of Consumerism Experiencing Corporate Interiors And Brands, Sylvia Leydecker

IntAR Interventions Adaptive Reuse

No abstract provided.


Approximations To A Working Space Around But Not Inside El Museo De Los Sures, Laura F. Gibellini Aug 2022

Approximations To A Working Space Around But Not Inside El Museo De Los Sures, Laura F. Gibellini

IntAR Interventions Adaptive Reuse

No abstract provided.


A Visual History Of Dining A Timeline, Eli Feldman Aug 2022

A Visual History Of Dining A Timeline, Eli Feldman

IntAR Interventions Adaptive Reuse

No abstract provided.


The Changing Roles Retail In The Experience Economy, Ann Petermans, Bie Plevoets, Koenraad Van Cleemopoel Aug 2022

The Changing Roles Retail In The Experience Economy, Ann Petermans, Bie Plevoets, Koenraad Van Cleemopoel

IntAR Interventions Adaptive Reuse

No abstract provided.


New Pasts, Old Experiences The Spectacle Of Authenticity At Cairo's Museum Of Agriculture, Samaa Elimam Aug 2022

New Pasts, Old Experiences The Spectacle Of Authenticity At Cairo's Museum Of Agriculture, Samaa Elimam

IntAR Interventions Adaptive Reuse

No abstract provided.


The Evolution Of Fiscal Impact Analysis And Where It Needs To Go, L. Carson Bise, Colin Mcaweeney May 2022

The Evolution Of Fiscal Impact Analysis And Where It Needs To Go, L. Carson Bise, Colin Mcaweeney

Journal of Comparative Urban Law and Policy

Communities need analytical tools and technical support to assess and balance multiple priorities when making land use and development decisions. For many communities, priorities to be considered regarding land use decisions include resource conservation and climate adaptation, economic development, investing in new versus existing communities, and maintaining fiscal responsibility. This article examines the historical use of fiscal impact analysis and some thoughts on where the field should go in the future.


Case Studies On Architecture And Economics Of Public Housing, John Kent Apr 2022

Case Studies On Architecture And Economics Of Public Housing, John Kent

Honors Projects

Public is an historical and contemporary issue faced by many cities. Many new developments often include plans for some form of public or affordable housing. The purpose of this paper is to explore a few case studies in public housing through the lens of community development, architectural and urban design, and economic investment. The selected projects included: Pruitt-Igoe in St. Louis, Missouri (1954), Cabrini Green in Chicago, Illinois (1962), Karl Marx Hof in Vienna, Austria (1930), Caoyang New Village in Shanghai, China (1951), and various Soviet housing projects in the former Soviet Union (1922-1991). Historical and contemporary research was used …


The Rise Of Southern Nevada As A Cluster For Metropolitan Transit Technology Innovations, Arthur C. Nelson Mar 2022

The Rise Of Southern Nevada As A Cluster For Metropolitan Transit Technology Innovations, Arthur C. Nelson

Policy Briefs and Reports

Southern Nevada is emerging as the nation’s leader in private sector-driven innovations in transportation technologies. From the humble beginnings of a monorail system serving a portion of major hotel and gaming venues along the Las Vegas Strip, now supplemented by an array of people movers, Southern Nevada continues to attract transit innovations in tunneling, Hyperloop, and driverless vehicle delivery technologies. The region may soon anchor a high-speed rail system connecting Southern Nevada to Los Angeles. The purpose of this briefing paper is to frame the nature of this emerging transportation cluster and the opportunities this creates for Southern Nevada to …


Hudson Yards: Hybrid Capital's New Home, Massimo D. Scoditti Feb 2022

Hudson Yards: Hybrid Capital's New Home, Massimo D. Scoditti

Dissertations, Theses, and Capstone Projects

This thesis focuses on the material and metaphysical aspects of the Hudson Yards, the largest private development in US History. With its roots in the administration of Michael Bloomberg, the site is representative of neoliberal ideology. It is also one in which cultural production is central. This is in terms of the rationalization and mythos of the building of the space itself and the dreamworlds created to obscure the mechanisms of extraction and accumulation that make such a complex possible. The Hudson Yards is particularly interesting because, as Cindi Katz might suggest, topography lines connect it to transnational capital. And …


Evaluating Long-Range Transportation Plans For Mainstreaming Of Climate Adaptation Among Virginia Mpos, Sebastian L. Shetty Jan 2022

Evaluating Long-Range Transportation Plans For Mainstreaming Of Climate Adaptation Among Virginia Mpos, Sebastian L. Shetty

Theses and Dissertations

Despite the strides made towards addressing climate change through greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reduction strategies, it has become increasingly apparent that attempting to mitigate the crisis in such a manner alone is insufficient. This thesis joins a growing body of research on how our societies must adapt to a changing climate, contributing more evidence on common barriers to adaptation and how they might be overcome. Through an attempt to evaluate the progress made towards mainstreaming, or integrating, climate change concerns into five Virginia MPOs’ long-range transportation plans (LRTPs), this study provides support for prior hypotheses around the potential for MPOs …


The New Solar Kiosk Model: A Sustainable Solution To Address The Uptake And Access Of Renewable Technologies To Create Energy Kiosks That Improve Women’S Income In Kiryandongo Refugee Settlement, Kiryandongo District, Northern Uganda., Musiimenta Joy Kellen Jan 2022

The New Solar Kiosk Model: A Sustainable Solution To Address The Uptake And Access Of Renewable Technologies To Create Energy Kiosks That Improve Women’S Income In Kiryandongo Refugee Settlement, Kiryandongo District, Northern Uganda., Musiimenta Joy Kellen

Regis University Student Publications (comprehensive collection)

This thesis was carried out in the Kiryandongo Refugee Settlement in Northern Uganda to test a new model to improve access to clean energy technologies in the refugee settlement. The settlement hosts more than seventy-five thousand refugees, including the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) from the Bududa landslides in Eastern Uganda. The literature review shows the challenges faced in the humanitarian sector. The challenge is met in providing lighting and improved cooking technologies to all refugees in settlements and camps globally. The refugees tend to cut down trees in the surrounding forest, and the wood is used for firewood to cook …


Western Region Health & Wellness Programming Efforts: Qualitative Results From A Three-Part Listening Session, Cris L. Meier, Lily Ward, Anders Van Sandt, Sue Schneider, Riana Gayle Jan 2022

Western Region Health & Wellness Programming Efforts: Qualitative Results From A Three-Part Listening Session, Cris L. Meier, Lily Ward, Anders Van Sandt, Sue Schneider, Riana Gayle

All Current Publications

The purpose of this project was to understand the programming efforts and experiences of Extension professionals in the Western Region of the United States. The Health and Wellness Working Group team held a series of listening sessions with a closed cohort of Extension professionals, hoping to learn from each other while also building the foundation for future collaborations and conversations about health and wellness programing in the western region.

The objectives were to understand: (1) the state of health and wellness work in the western region, including the gaps and challenges, (2) the programs that currently exist and ways that …


Interstate 11: The Road To Prosperity In Nevada, Arthur C. Nelson Dec 2021

Interstate 11: The Road To Prosperity In Nevada, Arthur C. Nelson

Policy Briefs and Reports

Interstate 11 (I-11) offers Nevada a unique opportunity to advance the economic development prospects of one of the state’s most economically challenged areas: Elko and eastern Nevada. Although the state used a qualitative system to choose a western route for I-11, this process may not have considered fully the costs of extending I-11 to Canada in a cost-effective manner or in a manner consistent with I-11 purposes, especially avoiding congested areas. This briefing report reviews the history and purposes of I-11; summarizes the I-11 route options; considers how I-11 might extend to Canada in a way that is consistent with …


From Displaced To Our Place: Using An Educational Narrative To Build Community In A Displaced Community, Morgan Frederick Aug 2021

From Displaced To Our Place: Using An Educational Narrative To Build Community In A Displaced Community, Morgan Frederick

Symposium of Student Scholars

Thomasville heights is a displacement neighborhood for people pushed out by Atlanta’s Urban Renewal projects. Thomasville Heights remains a casualty of a system of economic segregation. Under this system of segregation these neighborhoods are left in detrimental states. It is in places like Thomasville Heights where the phrase “place matters” becomes a call to action. A town of 6000 residents and only one elementary school, Thomasville heights is bordered by multiple freight yards, a cemetery, landfills, and Atlanta’s US penitentiary, just a 5-minute walk from that one elementary school. There remains a vast difference between that of low-income urban, and …


Affordable Housing In San Francisco: A Historical Analysis Of Its Finances And Policies, Ricky H. Tran May 2021

Affordable Housing In San Francisco: A Historical Analysis Of Its Finances And Policies, Ricky H. Tran

Master's Projects and Capstones

The affordable housing crisis is not new to San Francisco. As it has been made clear several times, The Bay Area continues to face a crisis of a massive wealth disparity as housing prices continue to rise as incomes for the top earners have risen dramatically since 1999. In San Francisco, rents and housing prices are one of the highest in the nation, and people are facing rent burdens, in which a large portion of their income goes to rent, as for those with low and extremely low income are facing severe rent burdens, which take up more than 50% …


Socializing Vacancy: An Architectural Thesis, Greg Winawer May 2021

Socializing Vacancy: An Architectural Thesis, Greg Winawer

Architecture Senior Theses

A large portion of office space has been left vacant, and thus provides no beneficial program to its remaining occupants or the local urbanity it is surrounded by. When considering what can be done with this vacant space, the primary motivation should be to integrate a program which does the opposite: a program which positively disrupts its existing context to hybridize and improve the current outdated programmatic arrangement. To insert a residential program into an existing office tower both disrupts and enhances the rigorous flows of our working and our domestic lives. The predefined universal concept of the ‘working-day’ is …


Going Green: A Comparative Analysis Of Green Urbanism In Paris And Shanghai, Jeanne Torp Apr 2021

Going Green: A Comparative Analysis Of Green Urbanism In Paris And Shanghai, Jeanne Torp

Honors Theses

As climate change becomes more pressing with each day and as we scramble to slow down the challenges it poses, adapting the means of operation within our cities will become an invaluable tool for reducing humanity’s carbon footprint. This paper seeks to study the ways in which green infrastructure in global cities can be used to do just that—adapting to and mitigating the effects of challenges resulting from climate change. In order to provide a broad overview of the effectiveness of such green infrastructure systems across the globe, this research will focus on two cities that vary greatly in their …


On The Wrong Side Of The Track: The Role Of Karachi Circular Railway In Determining Intra-City Boundaries, Aneela Kiran, Dr. Faisal S. Qadri Apr 2021

On The Wrong Side Of The Track: The Role Of Karachi Circular Railway In Determining Intra-City Boundaries, Aneela Kiran, Dr. Faisal S. Qadri

CBER Conference

No abstract provided.


Indispensable Homes In Third World Countries: Constructing A Home In Tijuana, Mexico, Myles Hubers Mar 2021

Indispensable Homes In Third World Countries: Constructing A Home In Tijuana, Mexico, Myles Hubers

Construction Management

This project was created to explore a way in which poverty around the world could ultimately be reduced. The way in which this project intends to demonstrate a method used to reduce poverty is by building a home for a specific family in Tijuana, Mexico. In doing so, this home will act as a model home for a manual, comprised of steps that should be taken to construct similar homes throughout any third world country. The goal of this project is to highlight the importance of poverty in the world while also creating a buildable solution in order to reduce …


Festigkeitsbeschreibung Des Schwerbetons Auf Alkalischlacken – Bindemittel, A Tulaganov, S Hodjaev, A Sultanov, B Tulaganov, B Otakulov, N Hodjaev, D Abdasov Jan 2021

Festigkeitsbeschreibung Des Schwerbetons Auf Alkalischlacken – Bindemittel, A Tulaganov, S Hodjaev, A Sultanov, B Tulaganov, B Otakulov, N Hodjaev, D Abdasov

The Scientific-Practice Journal of Architecture, Construction and Design

The article describes the laws of describing the strength of heavy concrete based on non-calcined alkaline binders. It is shown that strength is written as a function of the generalized argument.


Why Unsafety Has A Negative Relationship With Economic Effectiveness In The World?, Aziz Zikriyoev Jan 2021

Why Unsafety Has A Negative Relationship With Economic Effectiveness In The World?, Aziz Zikriyoev

The Scientific-Practice Journal of Architecture, Construction and Design

Due to regularly registered diseases and major accidents of workers in the construction industry can be explained expandable building projects and state programs for supporting population. The main purpose of the current paperwork is to explain wining unsafety at workplaces both theoretical and practical points of view generated with economic and social levels.


De La Estructura Espacial Dispersa A La Ciudad Región: Lineamientos Para La Ocupación Metropolitana Y Supralocal Efecto De La Metropolización., Juan Carlos Arroyave Fernández Jan 2021

De La Estructura Espacial Dispersa A La Ciudad Región: Lineamientos Para La Ocupación Metropolitana Y Supralocal Efecto De La Metropolización., Juan Carlos Arroyave Fernández

Urbanismo

El área metropolitana de Santiago de Cali no está legalmente definida, esto ha generado desequilibrios territoriales en sus áreas supralocales. De esta manera, este trabajo la definirá como un área de facto a través del análisis de sus características. Esta área ha conformado algunos desequilibrios territoriales debido a que Cali como núcleo metrópoli y vórtice económico, genera fuerzas centrípetas y centrífugas debido a sus dinámicas y movimientos pendulares con los núcleos satélites del área.

Así mismo, este núcleo metropolitano ha cargado de dificultades el entorno circundante, provocando que los satélites que forman parte del mosaico metropolitano crezcan sin una estructura …