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"The Utmost Amount Of Effectiv [Sic] Accommodation": Andrew Carnegie And The Reform Of The American Library, Abigail A. Van Slyck Dec 1991

"The Utmost Amount Of Effectiv [Sic] Accommodation": Andrew Carnegie And The Reform Of The American Library, Abigail A. Van Slyck

Architectural Studies Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Master Of Architecture Ii - Thesis (Baltimore's Inner Harbor), Federico G. Beulcke Oct 1991

Master Of Architecture Ii - Thesis (Baltimore's Inner Harbor), Federico G. Beulcke

Architecture Master Theses

This project is interested in the chance to develop a project for a "Museum of the Bay" in Baltimore's Inner Harbor area. The building would contain a somewhat historical retrospective on what the Chesapeake Bay meant for the population living on its coast, focusing in particular on the docks area and its potential development.

The museum itself and the facilities that will naturally be tied to it will be generated by the use of some of the pre-existing structures, connected to a circulation system, and able to work as a starting point for the total recuperation of the area.


Where Land And Water Meet, Mark N. Rhoades Oct 1991

Where Land And Water Meet, Mark N. Rhoades

Architecture Thesis Prep

"The intention of this thesis is to study the waterfront typology, and how the interplay of land and water through the insertion of architectural elements, can reform a sense of place from the shattered urban fabric. The purpose of the waterfront fabric is twofold; to present a facade to the waterfront, and activate the waterfront while maintaining a relationship back to the fabric of the city."


Montauk Transportation Center: The Train Station As Evidence Of The Duality That Exists Between Type And Prototype, Lisa Renee Eader Oct 1991

Montauk Transportation Center: The Train Station As Evidence Of The Duality That Exists Between Type And Prototype, Lisa Renee Eader

Architecture Thesis Prep

"The intent of this thesis is to study and re-interpret an existing building type, and to develop conceptual strategies for a prototype. It will demonstrate the advantages of the prototype and how it can be used as a building block when dealing with specific site considerations. My conclusions drawn from these analyses will depict the evolution of, and develop a relationship between prototype and type."


Architecture And The Articulation Of Passage: A Ferryboat Terminal For Old San Juan, Ruperto Arvelo Oct 1991

Architecture And The Articulation Of Passage: A Ferryboat Terminal For Old San Juan, Ruperto Arvelo

Architecture Thesis Prep

"The primary goal is to develop the area around the ferryboat terminal of San Juan waterfront, understanding such issues as:

-the importance of the bay and the role that the city of Old San Juan played in it as its physical entrance.

-definiteion of the waterfornt edge...

-the connection of Old San Juan to other areas of the metropolitan area through the new ferryboat system...

-ideas of representation, of historical continuity between the traditional and modern architecture, an understanding of the old fabric and how we can complement it, without imitating it or opposing it."


The Chalet As Archetype: The Bungalow, The Picturesque Tradition And Vernacular Form, Bruno Giberti Oct 1991

The Chalet As Archetype: The Bungalow, The Picturesque Tradition And Vernacular Form, Bruno Giberti

Architecture

The history of the Swiss chalet is a history of recycled form. This paper considers the nature of the chalet as a vernacular building type, its appropriation beginning in the eighteenth century within picturesque theory and high-style architecture in England and America, and its eventual return to the vernacular in the form of the early-twentieth-century bungalow.

The goal of the paper is to explore the process by which specific vernacular forms may become integrated into more generalized styles of building. Special attention is paid to identifying the archetypal chalet elements in the high-style work of architects Charles and Henry Greene ...


Architecture News; The Newsletter Of The Syracuse University School Of Architecture, Bruce J. Abbey Oct 1991

Architecture News; The Newsletter Of The Syracuse University School Of Architecture, Bruce J. Abbey

Full list of publications from School of Architecture

Architecture News: The Newsletter of the Syracuse University School of Architecture Vol. 1 No. 2, Fall 1991


Bringing The Real World To The Classroom, Hemalata Dandekar, Gerald Clark Oct 1991

Bringing The Real World To The Classroom, Hemalata Dandekar, Gerald Clark

City and Regional Planning

In Ann Arbor, both sides benefit from a long-term collaboration between a professor and a practitioner.


The Roman Villa: An Investigation Of Typology, Timothy De Noble Oct 1991

The Roman Villa: An Investigation Of Typology, Timothy De Noble

Architecture Senior Theses

"The Roman villa is a distinct typology emerging from urban precedents which are transformed by site, programs, and constructional methods and materials in order to represent the Roman city. The reconstruction of Pliny's Laurentine villa, as described in his letter to Clusinius Gallus, provides the context for this investigation of typology and for an exploration of Pliny's urban reproposition...

This scenario allows the incorporation and transformation of typological elements as well as spatial comparisons relative to the chronology o Roman structural technology. The language of the villa reflects the actual materials of the Romans while their assembly necessarily ...


Thesis Preparatory Booklet - Architectural Education, Alex Marc Resch Oct 1991

Thesis Preparatory Booklet - Architectural Education, Alex Marc Resch

Architecture Senior Theses

"Design Principles in the architectural project as an in-depth study of a one-year teaching experience in a first year design studio at Syracuse University


Syracuse University School Of Architecture Lecture Poster - Fall 1991, Syracuse Architecture Oct 1991

Syracuse University School Of Architecture Lecture Poster - Fall 1991, Syracuse Architecture

School of Architecture Lectures Series

Poster for Lecture.


The Mall Comes To Town: Planning For Its Development, John Mullin, Zenia Kotval, Edward Murray Jul 1991

The Mall Comes To Town: Planning For Its Development, John Mullin, Zenia Kotval, Edward Murray

Landscape Architecture & Regional Planning Faculty Publication Series

This article analyzes the impacts of malls on the character and economic base of a community. Based on both applied planning and academic research, it is clear that malls stimulate major changes in the community fabric. It is also apparent that community leaders who have a clear perception that their cities and towns have the potential to attract malls, and prepare for them, will be able to gain far more from their development than those that simply wait and see. The theme of this article, in short, is that a community either plans for a mall or it is planned ...


Plaza Del Pescador, Angel F. Cocera May 1991

Plaza Del Pescador, Angel F. Cocera

Architecture Senior Theses

1991 Britton Award Outstanding Winner, Thesis Board.

A marine institute and museum in Aguadilla.


Urban Square - A Link Between Two Cities, Margaret Clark Apr 1991

Urban Square - A Link Between Two Cities, Margaret Clark

Architecture Thesis Prep

Twin City Recreation Center for Minneapolis and Saint Paul, Minnesota

"I will investigate the linking of two cities through the introduction of an urban square and its continuity with an urban street, with an urban bridge between the cities, and with an urban park system,. The program for the square will be a recreation center for residents from both cities, thus creating a common urban place to reinforce the interdependent and cooperation of the two communities."


The Little Colonel: A Phenomenon In Popular Literary Culture, Sue Lynn Mcdaniel Apr 1991

The Little Colonel: A Phenomenon In Popular Literary Culture, Sue Lynn Mcdaniel

DLSC Faculty and Staff Publications

Written by Annie Fellows Johnston (1863-1931), a set of twelve novels published between 1895 and 1912, influenced thousands of readers to emulate the main character, Lloyd Sherman, and her chums. As the rise of the “New Woman” found multi¬tudes of southern women fearful that such change would threaten the stability of the home, impressionable young readers idealized the Old South and accepted the selfless values which Johnston taught through the Little Colonel series. Drawing upon both her own experiences and those of her devoted audience, Johnston recorded life as she knew it and provides modern read¬ers with insight ...


A Transformation Of The Venetian Ghetto, Beth Kostman Apr 1991

A Transformation Of The Venetian Ghetto, Beth Kostman

Architecture Thesis Prep

This thesis is an exploration of the process of trans­formation in traditional cities. Through an analysis of existing conditions in the city, urban typologies structures may be revealed which can act as the basis for new interventions. Fundamental to this thesis will be the preservation and maintenance of the memories of a place while simultaneously transforming it with a coherent urban structure.


Syracuse University School Of Architecture Lecture Poster - Spring 1991, Syracuse Architecture Apr 1991

Syracuse University School Of Architecture Lecture Poster - Spring 1991, Syracuse Architecture

School of Architecture Lectures Series

Poster for Lecture.


Review Of Hitlers Sozialer Wohnungsbau 1940-1945: Wohnungspolitik, Baugestaltung Und Siedlungsplanung, Edited By Tilman Harlander And Gerhard Fehl; Deutsche Architekten: Biographische Verflechtungen 1900-1970, By Werner Durth; Faschistische Architekturen: Planen Und Bauen In Europa 1930-1945, Edited By Hartmut Frank, Barbara Miller Lane Jan 1991

Review Of Hitlers Sozialer Wohnungsbau 1940-1945: Wohnungspolitik, Baugestaltung Und Siedlungsplanung, Edited By Tilman Harlander And Gerhard Fehl; Deutsche Architekten: Biographische Verflechtungen 1900-1970, By Werner Durth; Faschistische Architekturen: Planen Und Bauen In Europa 1930-1945, Edited By Hartmut Frank, Barbara Miller Lane

Growth and Structure of Cities Faculty Research and Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Erdman Hall, Bryn Mawr College, Michael J. Lewis Jan 1991

Erdman Hall, Bryn Mawr College, Michael J. Lewis

Erdman Hall Documents

No abstract provided.


Congress Hall Hotel: An Historic Structure Report, Michael Calafati Jan 1991

Congress Hall Hotel: An Historic Structure Report, Michael Calafati

Theses (Historic Preservation)

No abstract provided.


Restoration And Design Project For Philadelphia Chinatown, Kuo-Wei Chang Jan 1991

Restoration And Design Project For Philadelphia Chinatown, Kuo-Wei Chang

Theses (Historic Preservation)

No abstract provided.


A Consideration Of The Development And Conservation Of Metal-Skeleton Buildings: 1884-1932, Lori Wynne Plavin Jan 1991

A Consideration Of The Development And Conservation Of Metal-Skeleton Buildings: 1884-1932, Lori Wynne Plavin

Theses (Historic Preservation)

No abstract provided.


The Role Of Historical Elements In Postmodernism: An Attempt To Converse Through Keystones, Mary Buchanan Brush Jan 1991

The Role Of Historical Elements In Postmodernism: An Attempt To Converse Through Keystones, Mary Buchanan Brush

Theses (Historic Preservation)

No abstract provided.


A Proposed Affordable Historic Housing Program For The State Of New Jersey, Deborah Marquis Kelly Jan 1991

A Proposed Affordable Historic Housing Program For The State Of New Jersey, Deborah Marquis Kelly

Theses (Historic Preservation)

No abstract provided.


Changing Perceptions Of The Bedchamber: A Study Of Furniture And Furnishings In Philadelphia County, 1800-1900, Andree Marie Mey Jan 1991

Changing Perceptions Of The Bedchamber: A Study Of Furniture And Furnishings In Philadelphia County, 1800-1900, Andree Marie Mey

Theses (Historic Preservation)

No abstract provided.


A Primary Resource For The Restoration, Reconstruction And/Or Replication Of 18th And Early 19th Century Architectural Elements: The Architectural Study Collection Of Independence National Historical Park, Carl Edward Nittinger Jan 1991

A Primary Resource For The Restoration, Reconstruction And/Or Replication Of 18th And Early 19th Century Architectural Elements: The Architectural Study Collection Of Independence National Historical Park, Carl Edward Nittinger

Theses (Historic Preservation)

No abstract provided.


University Avenue Bridge, Philadelphia: An Historic Structure Report, Thomas Clayton Jester Jan 1991

University Avenue Bridge, Philadelphia: An Historic Structure Report, Thomas Clayton Jester

Theses (Historic Preservation)

No abstract provided.


Models For Protecting Our Heritage: Alternatives For The Preservation Of Public Or Non-Profit Owned Historic Resources, Alexis Haight Shutt Jan 1991

Models For Protecting Our Heritage: Alternatives For The Preservation Of Public Or Non-Profit Owned Historic Resources, Alexis Haight Shutt

Theses (Historic Preservation)

No abstract provided.


Chapter 21 E A Case For Regulatory Overhaul, Umass Amherst Center Economic Development Jan 1991

Chapter 21 E A Case For Regulatory Overhaul, Umass Amherst Center Economic Development

Center for Economic Development Technical Reports

The purpose of this report was to provide an economic development perspective on the problems introduced with the implementation of Chapter 21E in the state of Massachusetts. The report then explored the amendment that went into effect on July, 1992. The amendment privatized the response action at disposal sites and provided more flexible, case-by-case standards for the containment and control environment regulations.


Comprehensive Industrial Analysis The Paper Industry, Umass Amherst Center Economic Development Jan 1991

Comprehensive Industrial Analysis The Paper Industry, Umass Amherst Center Economic Development

Center for Economic Development Technical Reports

The purpose of this report was to examine the paper industry in the Berkshire, Franklin, Hampden, and Hampshire counties of Massachusetts. The overall goal of this study was to identify action steps that would help to retain and expand the industry in the four Western Massachusetts counties.