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Memorial Service For Werner Seligmann: Distiguished Professor Of Architecture, Michael Dennis, Henry Steck, Alan Chimacoff, Randall Korman, Jeffrey Klug, Arthur Mcdonald, Steven Alexander, Bruce Coleman, Franz Oswald, Colin Rowe, Bruce Abbey Dec 1998

Memorial Service For Werner Seligmann: Distiguished Professor Of Architecture, Michael Dennis, Henry Steck, Alan Chimacoff, Randall Korman, Jeffrey Klug, Arthur Mcdonald, Steven Alexander, Bruce Coleman, Franz Oswald, Colin Rowe, Bruce Abbey

Full list of publications from School of Architecture

Memorial Service for Werner Seligmann (1930-1998) was held in Hendricks Chapel, Syracuse University on December 6th, 1998 at 1:30pm.


Housing Needs In New Suburbs Of Indian Metropolii: Case Study Of Kothrud, Pune, Hemalata C. Dandekar, Sashikant B. Sawant Nov 1998

Housing Needs In New Suburbs Of Indian Metropolii: Case Study Of Kothrud, Pune, Hemalata C. Dandekar, Sashikant B. Sawant

City and Regional Planning

This article, a survey of three localities in a rapidly expanding suburb of Pune, differentiated classwise, illustrates the segmented utilisation of livelihood opportunities, services and facilities by the residents of the region. More importantly, the article attributes the suburb's robust growth to its timeliness in meeting the emerging housing needs of the upwardly mobile middle class living in the heart of the Pune city and also suggests, that its relatively low infrastructural cost may be an incentive attracting the retired members of middle class households of Mumbai.


Foglio, Syracuse University Oct 1998

Foglio, Syracuse University

Full list of publications from School of Architecture

Foglio is a publication that covers the work produced by students and faculty of Syracuse University during their time in Florence. This edition covers the topics of urbanism as well as many contemporary issues.


Landmark Report (Vol. 18, No. 1), Kentucky Library Research Collections Oct 1998

Landmark Report (Vol. 18, No. 1), Kentucky Library Research Collections

Landmark Report

Newsletter published by the Landmark Association; this local group advocates the preservation, protection and maintenance of architectural, cultural and archaeological resources in Bowling Green and Warren County, Kentucky.


Reviewed Work(S): The City Churches Of Christopher Wren By Paul Jeffery, John E. Moore Sep 1998

Reviewed Work(S): The City Churches Of Christopher Wren By Paul Jeffery, John E. Moore

Art: Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


The Evolution Of The Real Estate Divisions Of The Eastern Portion Of The Bryn Mawr Campus, The Construction Of "The Owl," And Its Historical Color Schemes, Yarrow Street And Morris Avenue, Bryn Mawr College, George E. Thomas Aug 1998

The Evolution Of The Real Estate Divisions Of The Eastern Portion Of The Bryn Mawr Campus, The Construction Of "The Owl," And Its Historical Color Schemes, Yarrow Street And Morris Avenue, Bryn Mawr College, George E. Thomas

Architecture, Grounds, and History

No abstract provided.


Education Through Architecture: Carnival And Merengue Museum, Andres Pastoriza Jul 1998

Education Through Architecture: Carnival And Merengue Museum, Andres Pastoriza

Architecture Thesis Prep

"This thesis examines the ability of architecture to educate through experience. Architecture creates environments which represents the history, folklore, and tradition of a region by way of semantics. individuals interact with the building and become part of it by providing their knowledge and recollection of the signs and symbols. Through the representation of symbols and the recreation of events, the building evokes the collective memory of the individuals who experience them. Folklore relies heavily on experience, as does architecture. The interaction of event, program, space, and form result in architecture that provides all the elements necessary to educate folklore. By ...


Outdoor Recreation And Water Development: The National Recreation Lakes Study, Bruce R. Brown Jun 1998

Outdoor Recreation And Water Development: The National Recreation Lakes Study, Bruce R. Brown

Outdoor Recreation: Promise and Peril in the New West (Summer Conference, June 8-10)

12 pages.


Recreation Management By The Blm: A Local Perspective, Ann Morgan Jun 1998

Recreation Management By The Blm: A Local Perspective, Ann Morgan

Outdoor Recreation: Promise and Peril in the New West (Summer Conference, June 8-10)

10 pages.


One State’S Response To Outdoor Recreation Pressures, Laurie Mathews Jun 1998

One State’S Response To Outdoor Recreation Pressures, Laurie Mathews

Outdoor Recreation: Promise and Peril in the New West (Summer Conference, June 8-10)

5 pages.


Public Issues In Parks And Recreation Activity In The 105th Congress, Barry S. Tindall Jun 1998

Public Issues In Parks And Recreation Activity In The 105th Congress, Barry S. Tindall

Outdoor Recreation: Promise and Peril in the New West (Summer Conference, June 8-10)

3 pages.


The New Challenge Of Outdoor Recreation, Roz Mcclellan Jun 1998

The New Challenge Of Outdoor Recreation, Roz Mcclellan

Outdoor Recreation: Promise and Peril in the New West (Summer Conference, June 8-10)

5 pages.


Market Solutions To Public Recreation Finance: Creating User-Supported Parks, Donald R. Leal Jun 1998

Market Solutions To Public Recreation Finance: Creating User-Supported Parks, Donald R. Leal

Outdoor Recreation: Promise and Peril in the New West (Summer Conference, June 8-10)

11 pages.

Contains 1 page of references.


Market Solutions To Public Recreation Finance: The Texas State Parks Example, Donald R. Leal Jun 1998

Market Solutions To Public Recreation Finance: The Texas State Parks Example, Donald R. Leal

Outdoor Recreation: Promise and Peril in the New West (Summer Conference, June 8-10)

11 pages.

Contains 1 page of references.


The Limitations Of A Market-Based Outdoor Recreation Policy: Reasons For Caution, Scott Silver Jun 1998

The Limitations Of A Market-Based Outdoor Recreation Policy: Reasons For Caution, Scott Silver

Outdoor Recreation: Promise and Peril in the New West (Summer Conference, June 8-10)

13 pages (includes illustrations).

Contains references.


Tourism, Recreation, And The Fate Of Local Communities: A Mixed Bag, Hal K. Rothman Jun 1998

Tourism, Recreation, And The Fate Of Local Communities: A Mixed Bag, Hal K. Rothman

Outdoor Recreation: Promise and Peril in the New West (Summer Conference, June 8-10)

14 pages.

Contains 6 pages of references.


Conflict Among User Groups: An Overview Of Major Issues And Opportunities, Mark W. Brunson Jun 1998

Conflict Among User Groups: An Overview Of Major Issues And Opportunities, Mark W. Brunson

Outdoor Recreation: Promise and Peril in the New West (Summer Conference, June 8-10)

14 pages.

Contains 2 pages of references.


Field-Level Conflict Management In Outdoor Recreation, James B. Webb Jun 1998

Field-Level Conflict Management In Outdoor Recreation, James B. Webb

Outdoor Recreation: Promise and Peril in the New West (Summer Conference, June 8-10)

7 pages.


Field Level Conflict Management In Outdoor Recreation, Arden Anderson Jun 1998

Field Level Conflict Management In Outdoor Recreation, Arden Anderson

Outdoor Recreation: Promise and Peril in the New West (Summer Conference, June 8-10)

16 pages.

Contains references.


Conflict Resolution: A Field Perspective, Ev Elmendorf Jun 1998

Conflict Resolution: A Field Perspective, Ev Elmendorf

Outdoor Recreation: Promise and Peril in the New West (Summer Conference, June 8-10)

6 pages.


A Mountain Bicycling Perspective On User Group Conflict, Martha Roskowski Jun 1998

A Mountain Bicycling Perspective On User Group Conflict, Martha Roskowski

Outdoor Recreation: Promise and Peril in the New West (Summer Conference, June 8-10)

11 pages.

Contains 1 page of references.


Agenda: Outdoor Recreation: Promise And Peril In The New West, University Of Colorado Boulder. Natural Resources Law Center, Colorado. Bureau Of Land Management Jun 1998

Agenda: Outdoor Recreation: Promise And Peril In The New West, University Of Colorado Boulder. Natural Resources Law Center, Colorado. Bureau Of Land Management

Outdoor Recreation: Promise and Peril in the New West (Summer Conference, June 8-10)

Co-sponsored by the Natural Resources Law Center and the Colorado Bureau of Land Management.

The conference will explore several components of the “promise and peril” of the ongoing outdoor recreation explosion. The conference will begin on the morning of June 8 with a series of introductory presentations designed to place the outdoor recreation movement in a useful historical and socioeconomic context. This material will be followed in the afternoon session by a discussion of environmental impacts of outdoor recreation, recognizing that the diversity and magnitude of impacts is as broad as the industry itself. This discussion will be followed on ...


Outdoor Recreation In The United States: The Quiet Explosion, Curt Meine Jun 1998

Outdoor Recreation In The United States: The Quiet Explosion, Curt Meine

Outdoor Recreation: Promise and Peril in the New West (Summer Conference, June 8-10)

3 pages.


The Dilemma Of County And Municipal Open Space Programs: The Case Of Jefferson County, Colorado, Ron Holliday Jun 1998

The Dilemma Of County And Municipal Open Space Programs: The Case Of Jefferson County, Colorado, Ron Holliday

Outdoor Recreation: Promise and Peril in the New West (Summer Conference, June 8-10)

7 pages.


Legal Issues In Outdoor Recreation: Trends In Litigation, Ted Zukoski Jun 1998

Legal Issues In Outdoor Recreation: Trends In Litigation, Ted Zukoski

Outdoor Recreation: Promise and Peril in the New West (Summer Conference, June 8-10)

17 pages.


Landmark Report (Vol. 17, No. 3), Kentucky Library Research Collections Jun 1998

Landmark Report (Vol. 17, No. 3), Kentucky Library Research Collections

Landmark Report

Newsletter published by the Landmark Association; this local group advocates the preservation, protection and maintenance of architectural, cultural and archaeological resources in Bowling Green and Warren County, Kentucky.


Post-Occupancy Presidio: How Lighting And Energy Design Goals Compare To Performance For The Thoreau Center For Sustainability, Margot Mcdonald Jun 1998

Post-Occupancy Presidio: How Lighting And Energy Design Goals Compare To Performance For The Thoreau Center For Sustainability, Margot Mcdonald

Architecture

The National Park Service was intent on creating a model "green" development at the decommissioned Presidio military base in San Francisco. Two local firms, Community Equity Builders and Tanner Leddy Maytum Stacy (TLMS) Architects forged a partnership which led to one of the first successful historic rehabilitation since the base conversion. Their efforts transformed the turn-of- the-century Letterman Hospital into the Thoreau Center for Sustainability where energy and resource conservation are at the forefront of the building design and operation. The building complex, now occupied for over two years, has been well-documented as a green building and historic rehabilitation project ...


Ua94/6/1 Reflections Of The Past: The Classical Spirit In American Architecture, Maia Lea Ray May 1998

Ua94/6/1 Reflections Of The Past: The Classical Spirit In American Architecture, Maia Lea Ray

Student/Alumni Personal Papers

Paper written by Maia Ray for Humanities 598 regarding architectural styles in the United States, includes information regarding Brinton Davis and the architecture of Western Kentucky University.


Approaching Fallingwater: An Ethography Of Place, Brian Gregory May 1998

Approaching Fallingwater: An Ethography Of Place, Brian Gregory

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

Fallingwater, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, has always been more than just a house. It has also functioned as a workplace, a tourist destination, "the best all-time work of American architecture," and a cultural symbol. By talking to some of the people involved in its history and by examining "autho-ethnographic" texts found within the community, I attempt to use ethnographic methods to understand a complicated site. Nestled in the rural Appalachian foothills of southwestern Pennsylvania, Fallingwater is also isolated. It is tempting for visitors to view it as a work of art "plopped down in the middle of nowhere." And ...


Miami Interpretive Center, Raul E. Bejel Apr 1998

Miami Interpretive Center, Raul E. Bejel

FIU Electronic Theses and Dissertations

The rapid growth and diversity of the City of Miami has left its inhabitants somewhat lost in a city with much to offer. The challenge of this thesis is to provide Miami with an architectural proposal that enhances an understanding of its own urban context through both its form and function. Specifically, the Miami Interpretive Center (M.I.C.) will offer the community a research center for the study of the city, as well as a cultural and exhibition center to allow for the expression of its ever-changing character. With the use of historical context, site relationship and taking advantage ...