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2006

Kansas State University Libraries

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Full-Text Articles in Architecture

Free Shelter Jan 2006

Free Shelter

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Mad Housers was an all-volunteer group in Atlanta that worked to create alternative housing options for the homeless and under-housed populations.


House Of Dance And Feathers Jan 2006

House Of Dance And Feathers

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An article about a group of K-State architecture students led by professors Patrick Rhodes and Larry Bowne who traveled to New Orleans to construct a house for Ronald Lewis and Mardi Gras Indian who maintained a private museum in his back yard known as the House of Dance and Feathers.


Onward And Upward: Affording A Future, Byron Mouton Jan 2006

Onward And Upward: Affording A Future, Byron Mouton

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I have lived in New Orleans all my life; the only exception being six years of study in the Northeast and abroad. A descendant of a large family with more than a century of heritage in the region, I am ingrained in a local condition where generation upon generation is rooted in the same placeā€”a circumstance unfamiliar to most Americans, and many American cities. Ed. note: Byron Mouton with Cordula Roser and Julie Charvat.