Assessing The Impact Of The Campuses’ Landscape Design On The Stress Levels Of The Students Using The Salutogenic Model (The New Campus Of Al-Aqsa University As A Case Study), 2022 Al-Aqsa University, Palestine
Assessing The Impact Of The Campuses’ Landscape Design On The Stress Levels Of The Students Using The Salutogenic Model (The New Campus Of Al-Aqsa University As A Case Study), Ahed Helles
Journal of the Arab American University مجلة الجامعة العربية الامريكية للبحوث
Studies in the field of environmental psychology have found that there is a strong correlation between the built environment and stress on the one hand, and between stress and health on the other hand. This research used the Salutogenic theory introduced by Antonovsky to examine the impact of architectural elements and design features of the outdoor spaces within learning environments, such as those of university campuses, on the level of stress of the university students, using the new campus of Al-Aqsa University in the city of Khan Younis (in The Gaza Strip) as a case study. The hypothesis of the ...
Skins+Fabrications: Addressing Fashion And Clothing Waste, 2022 Kennesaw State University
Skins+Fabrications: Addressing Fashion And Clothing Waste, Renee Palmer
Bachelor of Architecture Theses - 5th Year
Articles of clothing; they are the second organ, the Second Skin. Their functions are to protect the body from the harsh external elements and create a sense of design with Fashion—the same as exterior facades on a building. However, where architecture and Fashion differ is sustainability.
The Global fashion industry contributes 10% of greenhouse emissions. From that 10%, about 13 million tonnes of clothing waste ends up in landfills or burned. Most of the waste comes from the Fast Fashion Industry, which sees cheap labor from underdeveloped countries to maximize profits. These companies will spend a good portion of ...
Culture In Disney Films: A Comparative Analysis Of Color, Composition And Rhythm, 2022 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
Culture In Disney Films: A Comparative Analysis Of Color, Composition And Rhythm, Megan Paul
Interior Design Undergraduate Honors Theses
As a student of design, I take inspiration from everything around me. The media I consume, the places I visit, and the people I meet.By choice or not, I and my generation are subject to the various forms of pop culture, film is one of them. Film is one of few art forms which combines several methods and elements of design to produce a cohesive result, as opposed to a singular medium. This forms the connection to design thinking and is the foundation for the study.
Another critical component to pop culture is the ability to reach the masses ...
Design For A Spectrum, 2022 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
Design For A Spectrum, Brooke Warden
Interior Design Undergraduate Honors Theses
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a growing disorder across the world. ASD affects around 1 in every 68 children in the United States (Block, 2018). This disorder results in significant social, intellectual, and behavioral changes within a child, and create challenges for a child with ASD to learn and develop like children without ASD. No two cases of ASD are alike which is why it is called a spectrum disorder. This adds an extra challenge to designing spaces for children with ASD to inhabit and thrive. These children frequently suffer from sensory processing deficits in which they have a hard ...
Genius Loci: Capturing The Distinctive Roman Spirit Through Pochoir, 2022 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
Genius Loci: Capturing The Distinctive Roman Spirit Through Pochoir, Carlee Mcguire
Interior Design Undergraduate Honors Theses
This capstone explores the concept of genius loci through photographic and artistic exploration and does so through a lens of study set on Rome, Italy. The first major goal of the process has been to discover the elements, moments, physical textures, and other design elements that comprise the genius loci of a city or space. The second goal has been to partake in a process that can be used by myself and other designers in efforts to make more conscious design decisions — gaining a better understanding of ‘sense of place’ can assist designers in straying from globalized, placeless design.
Restoring Lost Heritage, 2022 University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Restoring Lost Heritage, Lewis Culliver
Theses from the M. Arch. Program
One of the best streets to explore in Omaha is N. 24th Street. Many buildings showcase larger than life, vibrant murals that express the creative nature and spirit of this part of historic North Omaha. The murals represent a healing element for the community; many murals cover structures that are in various states of disrepair. Community gardens have risen to ﬁll voids left by traumatic development practices, such as the implementation of the north freeway.
Despite having lost a large part of its heritage, including hundreds of homes and businesses that were destroyed to make way for the north freeway ...
Educational Design: Does The Design Of A Learning Environment Effect How A Student Learns?, 2022 University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Educational Design: Does The Design Of A Learning Environment Effect How A Student Learns?, Terrie Larsen
Interior Design Program: Theses
New 21st Century classroom layouts have evolved from the studies of several educational researchers and their findings over the past century. In conjunction with universities across the world, researchers developed progressive outlooks of what the built environment can offer to the newest generation of learners. Their studies have coined several terms such as Active Learning Classrooms (ALC), Student Centered Active Learning Environment for Undergraduate Programs (SCALE-UP) and Technology Enabled Active Learning (TEAL). These classroom models represent higher learning studies for more effective 21st century learning environments. Some of the models include a specific style of table and number ...
Designing In The Context Of Nature, 2022 Belmont University
Designing In The Context Of Nature, Vada J. Sells
The needs of the modern single family home are changing. In an age of constant innovation, many of us aren’t meeting our daily needs of social engagement or even getting enough sunlight. It has become too easy to deprive the mind, body, and spirit from even the most intrinsic human needs. Our homes are designed merely as places to take shelter as opposed to places we can thrive. A breath of fresh air has become a rarity, even in the comfort of the home. As we progress, there is a great need to bridge our primal nature to the ...
Architecture In Anime: Miyazaki's Motifs, 2022 Bowling Green State University
Architecture In Anime: Miyazaki's Motifs, Jack Collins
Internationally known, celebrated, and respected, director Hayao Miyazaki has become a household name by transforming an industry through his films. This research focuses on Miyazaki’s process and the similarities he shares with architects, both in and out of his works. By initially examining his background, the three motifs of architecture, inspiration, and sustainability are explored through works like Spirited Away, Howl’s Moving Castle, Princess Mononoke and more. The results of this research are to inform fans of both architecture and anime about the connection between someone who designs and builds the world, and one who designs and builds ...
Loop Advertisement: Corporate Interior Design Proposal, 2022 Sheridan College
Loop Advertisement: Corporate Interior Design Proposal, Uyen Nguyen, Katrina Nunes
Featured Student Work
Loop Advertising is a marketing agency whose goal is to bring equity, diversity, and inclusivity to advertisements. They offer a wide range of services and primarily work with some representative banks in Canada such as TD, to assist them in embracing diversity in their advertisements. The design concept for Loop Advertising is centered around the progress flag. This flag is a reinterpretation of the 6 colour pride flag to include people of colour. Our design goal was to celebrate marginalized communities who are typically underrepresented in the media. Each colour of the flag along with its meaning is incorporated it ...
Experiencing History: A Roundtable Discussion Of Architecture, Theatre, And Culture Of England, 2022 Olivet Nazarene University
Experiencing History: A Roundtable Discussion Of Architecture, Theatre, And Culture Of England, Elyse Lamszus, Andrew Hoag, Riley Basick, Katherine Bosma, Autumn Bruens, Alaina Durr, Cynthia Morales, Madelynn Norton, Laura Rankin, Benjamin Ridler, Remington Ross, Lia Shomaly, Anna Shoup, Kaitlyn Tibbetts, Becca Witvoet, Emily Yerge
Scholar Week 2016 - present
This presentation features a roundtable discussion among students who traveled to England during Spring Break, March 5-11, 2022. This presentation seeks to share primary and secondary research about England’s architecture and theatre, as well as additional insights about England’s culture and history gained through first-hand experiences of traveling within the city of London and to Stonehenge and Bath.
Design Challenges Of Solving Circular Geometry In Residential Buildings, 2022 5th Level Student, Faculty of Architecture - Design & Built Environment, Beirut Arab University, Lebanon
Design Challenges Of Solving Circular Geometry In Residential Buildings, Rayan Zankar, Lana El-Kaaki, Jameel Fares
Architecture and Planning Journal (APJ)
A dimensional geometrical shape such as a circular shape has been established all throughout the history of building design planning in order to find out the suitable arrangements for the living spaces: One of the most unusual designs planning in architecture is circular planning. Moreover, residential buildings that contain a circular plan are not built that frequently as well, but they still are a part of architecture since prehistoric times. Unfortunately, there are significant issues in such buildings, such as a structural challenge within the design module with orientation problems. In other words, there is a missing of the optimum ...
Beirut Arab University Faculty Of Architecture Design & Built Environment Yearbook 2020-2021, 2022 Beirut Arab University
Beirut Arab University Faculty Of Architecture Design & Built Environment Yearbook 2020-2021, Beirut Arab University, Faculty Of Architecture - Design And Built Environment, 2022
The Faculty of Architecture - Design and Built Environment is proud and honored to release the sixth edition of the Yearbook, comprising the most prominent endeavors of the academic year 2020-2021. The work contained on the following pages gives a small glimpse of the diversity, sense of invention, exploration, passion and significance that characterize and define the design outputs from the studios and courses of Architecture and Design programs.
Leen Alkhen, 2022 Sheridan College
Leen Alkhen, Leen Alkhen
The design intent for this site is for locals to socialize, learn, and to lounge. The building structure is heavy timber wood structure supporting a four-storey building. The timber columns and beams will be preserved and kept in place to keep the historical value. The original building was not insulated; therefore, rigid insulation will be added on the exterior face of the sheathing to prevent thermal bridging. The existing wood siding will also be replaced with new siding. On the last floor, the exterior wall will be replaced by curtain wall. Also, on the north side the interior stairs will ...
Griffin Smith, 2022 Sheridan College
Griffin Smith, Griffin Smith
No abstract provided.
Kim Thanh Nguyen, 2022 Sheridan College
Kim Thanh Nguyen, Kim Thanh Nguyen
In the adaptive reuse of the Paisley Mill, the intent of the design was to reflect the original use and construction of the mill. Additions and modifications were minimized and struct1Jral elements were exposed.
The exterior elements in the renovation replaces a portion of he original painted wood siding with glazing which provides a connection for the interior spaces to the environment. allowing t-he green wall to reflect the surrounding woodlands. The new construction mainly involves the addition of this curtain wall assembly in select bays. The glazing continues from the roof to the ground floor allowing light and views ...
Nadeemkhan Pathan, 2022 Sheridan College
Nadeemkhan Pathan, Nadeemkhan Pathan
The Old mill is located in the paisley village. After studying the existing condition,client's requirements and considering adaptive reuse of the existing building, it is proposed to convert the old mill into a hotel with a restaurant on the ground floor. Second-floor space will be used for amenities such as gym, game room and yoga room. Third floor is designed to have Hotel suits. For this Project, the Biophilic design concept has been implemented through a green roof, green wall and strategic window placements which allow access to natural sunlight and help achieve the Biophilic design. The green ...
Zachary Baker, 2022 Sheridan College
Zachary Baker, Zachary Baker
Renew is the un-official 4th R in reduce, reuse, recycle; and is the driving concept of the Paisley Eatery. The focal point for giving life to the space is a sustainable green wall that improves the quality of air while bringing a pleasing aesthetic to the space. To help renew the space I am strengthening the building by using sustainably sourced heavy timber for columns, wall studs, and rafters; durable, and sustainable wood siding is used to keep the historical charm while lowering the up keep of the facade.
John Robbie Reyes, 2022 Sheridan College
John Robbie Reyes, John Robbie Reyes
The main concept for this Paisle Cafe/Gallery is to have a sustainable design and efficiency. This wall section showcase the building wall and roof assemblies and the use of natural resources such as wood in exterior and interior, green roofs, and proper use of natural light through spaces. This highlights the exterior wall details and how it focuses in efficiency and sustainability. Resource efficiency is essential for sustained economic growth and wood is one of the best natural resources out there. This wall section also highlights the green roof that will help to provide shade, remove the heat from ...
Jordan Melo, 2022 Sheridan College
Jordan Melo, Jordan Melo
No abstract provided.