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Passing Through: An Enquiry Into Boundaries, Benjamin Pell May 1997

Passing Through: An Enquiry Into Boundaries, Benjamin Pell

Architecture Thesis Prep

"This thesis is intended as an enquiry into the origins of discipline and its subsequent representations through the twentieth century. This proect will examine issues of surveilance and control, coundary and institutions, as a contemporary critique of nineteenth century practices of formation and re-formation. Furthermore, the investigation will examine the evolution of institutional confinement, and propose a re-sacrilization of punishment through rituals of discipline.


Architecture As Gateway: A Cultural Center In Annapolis, Maryland, Stephanie A. Brackbill Apr 1997

Architecture As Gateway: A Cultural Center In Annapolis, Maryland, Stephanie A. Brackbill

Architecture Thesis Prep

"I contend that a gateway can be created to link the two polar conditions without necessarily creating a physical passageway from one condition to the other, but by creating a link between past and present; A link between humanity and nature; a link between ignorance and understanding."


A Diamond In The Square, Christopher Guido Apr 1997

A Diamond In The Square, Christopher Guido

Architecture Thesis Prep

"When a traditional city element moves to the suburbs, it is detrimental to the element and to the city. The reinsertion of a separated city element into an urban situation, through the reestablishment of its physics, economic, and social relationship to the city, can serve to benefit the newly placed element and its context."


Sensitive Urban Mass, Thomas Zoli Apr 1997

Sensitive Urban Mass, Thomas Zoli

Architecture Thesis Prep

"The issue to be tested is the notion that the formal structure of a multidisciplinary building of this type is analogous to the formal structure of the campus itself; buildings and departments organized strategically to promote a collective, academic atmosphere.

The program is a Center for Nonlinear Research on the campus of Princeton University."