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The Paul Revere Mall: The Synthesis Of The Ideal And The Circumstantial, John B. Burse Oct 1993

The Paul Revere Mall: The Synthesis Of The Ideal And The Circumstantial, John B. Burse

Architecture Thesis Prep

"The intent of my proposal for thesis is an investigation of the synthesis of the ideal and the circumstantial. In the collage of these distinct and different qualities, a demonstration of how urban building can not only respond to but enhance the given conditions of a city will be presented. The resultant coexistence of the two I believe to be an ideal in and of itself."


Thesis Preparatory Booklet - Religious Architecture, Rajeev Thakker Oct 1993

Thesis Preparatory Booklet - Religious Architecture, Rajeev Thakker

Architecture Thesis Prep

"The investigation of a universal archetype, in terms of the religious building, to represent the Hindu religion. The architectural re-representation of its most eternal values and ideals as seen through my own investigations and interpretations."


A New Town Hall For Skaneateles, New York, Stephanie Burton Jan 1993

A New Town Hall For Skaneateles, New York, Stephanie Burton

Architecture Thesis Prep

"A town hall has to transcend being generic and take on the idiosyncrasies of its specific context. The context, in turn, needs to inform the program and make it unique to the site. The history of the typology has shown the evolution of a building type that is identifiable in its form.... A town hall is a typology, that by definition, is strongly influenced by history and part of its role is to reflect and embody the specific history of a place..."