Head Space: An Exploration Into Design Code, 2021 Kennesaw State University
Head Space: An Exploration Into Design Code, Gaylon Lerch
Bachelor of Architecture Theses - 5th Year
This thesis explores the field of medical research for data to support the assertion that today’s coding standards are not performing in a way that fully addresses the needs of occupants of the built environment. This thesis will pull from the fields of psychology, physical medicine, and architecture to establish what current codes are, how they are deficient, and how they can be rectified, improved upon, or added if not already existing. The method used to establish the criteria of basic needs for healthy human function is established through understanding of how light, sound, and overall spatial quality effects ...
Encapsulating Sound, 2021 Kennesaw State University
Encapsulating Sound, Jackie Soto
Bachelor of Architecture Theses - 5th Year
This thesis aims to identify the acoustic anomalies of Cannon Chapel by understanding how its visitants typically occupy the flexible space, the use of materials, and the shape of the spaces, and therefore to accurately resolve those acoustic anomalies, improving the auditory experience of those visitants and advancing architectural acoustic research.
Collage, Perspective, And Space: The Consequences Of The Method Of Mies Van Der Rohe, 2021 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
Collage, Perspective, And Space: The Consequences Of The Method Of Mies Van Der Rohe, Daniel Barker
Architecture Undergraduate Honors Theses
The method in which architects design space has the capacity to shape the manifestation of the built work. Architect Mies van der Rohe is one of the most noteworthy designers to exhibit this in his method of design: collage. This inquiry investigates the connection between the collages and the architecture of Mies van der Rohe, and how his use of collage defined the language of the architecture he created.
The investigation studied the collages and architecture of Mies van der Rohe through a design process investigation. Collages were made in the same language as Mies and used as a tool ...
Design During A Pandemic: Application Of The Well Building Standard To Historic Engel Stadium, 2021 University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
Design During A Pandemic: Application Of The Well Building Standard To Historic Engel Stadium, Laurel Getty
Can buildings prevent the spread of disease through their design? This study argues that by employing the WELL Building Standard to an adaptive reuse project during the COVID-19 pandemic, human health and wellbeing is increased. Research shows that adapting existing buildings to the WELL Building Standard improves air quality, promotes clean contact, and strengthens immune systems (The International WELL Building Institute, 2020). Additionally, adapting existing historic structures maintains cultural significance within the community. This thesis creates a hypothetical adaptive reuse plan for adapting Engel Stadium in Chattanooga, Tennessee into Engel Concourse, a gathering place for students, UTC faculty, and community ...
Evolving Efficient Floor Plans For Hospital Emergency Rooms, 2021 University of Nebraska at Omaha
Evolving Efficient Floor Plans For Hospital Emergency Rooms, Alex Ramsey
Genetic Algorithms find wide use in optimization problems across many fields of research, including crowd simulation. This paper proposes that genetic algorithms could be used to create better floor plans for hospital emergency rooms, potentially saving critical time in high risk situations. The genetic algorithm implemented makes use of a hospital-specific crowd simulation to accurately evaluate the effectiveness of produced layouts. The results of combining genetic algorithms with a crowd simulation are promising. Future work may improve upon these results to produce better, more optimal hospital floor plans.
Researching Current Data Trends And Amenities To Improve The Community And Wellbeing In Higher Education, 2021 Stephen F Austin State University
Researching Current Data Trends And Amenities To Improve The Community And Wellbeing In Higher Education, Michaela Gensler, Shayla Gardner, Brooke Ward
Undergraduate Research Conference
The interior design students goal was to design a new residence hall and dining facility for the SFASU campus. The design intention was to create functional spaces that allow student collaboration and motivate social interactions, while providing features that enhance student academic success and personal development.
Quantitative and qualitative data was collected by conducting surveys regarding the current housing and dining facilities on campus. Results from the current student’s surveys and from interviews of student/staff members on campus allowed the team to create the most functional plan. Researching current trends and amenities offered at campuses across the country ...
Review Of Flexible Learning Spaces In Education, 2021 University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Review Of Flexible Learning Spaces In Education, Emily A. Fisher, Donger Liu, Guy Trainin
Research and Evaluation in Education, Technology, and Design
Research has shown that Flexible learning spaces have benefits in educational settings. The space has an impact on teachers' pedagogies and mindsets. In turn, instruction can be more student-centered promoting more interaction and engagement with each other and content. These findings imply that Flexible Learning Spaces can contribute to positive shifts in mindsets for teachers and students, as well as disrupting the dynamics of traditional classroom settings and instruction.
Native. A Look Into Interior Design's Impact In Rural Communities., 2021 University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Native. A Look Into Interior Design's Impact In Rural Communities., Ashlynn Engelhard
Honors Theses, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Rural America faces a greater set of health challenges than ever before, especially when compared to its metropolitan counterparts. The Association of American Medical Colleges notes these rural disparities resulting from “economic, social, racial, ethnic, geographic, and health workforce factors.” Though somewhat daunting to consider, the AAMC concludes “We need to figure out how to use this data to target resources and interventions to make a meaningful difference in improving the health of rural America.”
Focusing on addressing rural disparities that inhibit communities from positive health and well-being, this projective design research project aims to provide a comprehensive intervention through ...
Review Of Nature Experience In Learning, 2021 University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Review Of Nature Experience In Learning, Donger Liu, Emily A. Fisher, Guy Trainin
Research and Evaluation in Education, Technology, and Design
The current review examines the impact of nature experience on student academic performance. The findings suggest that the effect exists in two types of association: (1) green space and school-level academic performance; (2) outdoor educational programs and student school motivation and knowledge. Overall, the researchers predominantly found that students exposed to green space performed better academically in Grades K to 12. Meanwhile, students’ socio-economic status, the proximity of green space, types of vegetation, and subjects could also affect the association. Considering it is not unusual that researchers found SES contributing to the correlational model, future studies ought to control for ...
How Green Buildings Effect Both Price And Desire In The Real Estate Housing Market, 2021 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
How Green Buildings Effect Both Price And Desire In The Real Estate Housing Market, Bryson Lino
There has been a recent emphasis on green building certification. Unlike other conventional building approaches, green building has emerged as a sustainable way of building in the real estate housing market. As a result of the green building revolution, the real estate developers have been prompted to acknowledge the essence of environmental and social factors on the investment properties’ value. It is through such a paradigm shift that the green building has redefined the real estate business. Given that climate change has emerged as a major global issue, interventions have been made to avert the emission of high levels of ...
Holy Frit, 2021 University of Nebraska at Omaha
Holy Frit, Michele M. Desmarais
Journal of Religion & Film
This is a film review of Holy Frit (2021), directed by Justin Monroe.
Archaeology Of The International Space Station, 2021 Chapman University
Archaeology Of The International Space Station, Justin Walsh, Alice Gorman, Wendy Salmond
Art Faculty Data Sets
The explicit goal of the International Space Station Archaeological Project (ISSAP) is to provide an understanding of material culture as a key component of life in space, on par with the research by biomedical and psychological scholars that has been ongoing since the 1960s. We take as our inspiration a phrase first used in the National Academy of Sciences report Human Factors in Long-Duration Spaceflight, which described a crewed spacecraft as “a microsociety in a miniworld” (Lindsley 1972, 23). One of our primary methods is the cataloguing of people and elements of material culture (objects and built spaces) from photographs ...
Online Collaboration Exercises Replacing Face-To-Face Student Interaction, 2021 University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Online Collaboration Exercises Replacing Face-To-Face Student Interaction, Candice Wilcken
UNLV Best Teaching Practices Expo
Despite the default to online learning in 2020, the demand for online learning has increased over the last 3-5 years. This brings to light the acknowledgment that the traditional higher-education model is seriously challenged. With this challenge, curriculum requires integrating multiple means of engagement, interpretation, and articulation to help meet the students’ needs. The key element to meeting these challenges is collaboration, and for students, the best learning can often happen from one another.
Mimarlık Bilimleri Ve Teknolojisi, 2021 Munzur University
Mimarlık Bilimleri Ve Teknolojisi, Murat Dal, Didem Baş, Seyhan Yardımlı, Mustafa Adil Kasapseçkin, Esra Bayır, Pelin Kılıç Kızıltaş, Nabi Volkan Gür, Sura Kılıç, Hale Gezer, Gül Aslı Aksu, Ş. Ebru Okuyucu, Seda Mazlum, Gamze Çoban, Nimet Mert Ağar, Gülhan Benli, Aysun F. Güner, Pelin Karaçar, Eyüp Salih Elmas, Murat Çağlar Baydoğan, Mehmet Yasin Çınar, Tülay Çivici, Gülden Ayalp, Yunus An, Şehnaz Cenani, Sema Alaçam, Esra Yağdır Çeliker, Gülen Çağdaş, Hilal Aycı
Mimarlık Bilimleri ve Teknolojisi adlı kitabımızda özellikle, mimarlık teknolojileri paradoksu, farklı malzemelerin mimaride, iç mimaride, peyzaj mimarisinde kullanımı, yeni nesil malzemelerin kent ekosistemindeki önemi, engellilere yönelik tasarımlar, vernaküler mimari ve estetik değerinin önemi, mimari yapılarda görülen deprem hasarları ve kentsel dönüşüm, Anadolu medreselerinde mekan dizimi, stres kaynaklarının mimarlık öğrencilerine etkileri, mimaride farklı formlarda tasarım konularının irdelemeleri yapılmıştır.
Covid-10, Healthcare Interior Design + Provider Experience - How Does Your Space Work For You?, 2021 Virginia Commonwealth University
Covid-10, Healthcare Interior Design + Provider Experience - How Does Your Space Work For You?, Ruth E.P. Deibler
Graduate Research Posters
The lack of research on healthcare staff experience and interior design of the spaces they work in is evident. A focus on staff perspective is needed, particularly staff who navigated the COVID-19 pandemic. This research seeks to capture those stories to develop further research in order to improve staff experience. The initial phase of this mixed-methods approach is a survey. Hypothetically, by placing providers at the center of qualitative research related to healthcare interior design, we can better understand existing healthcare spaces. Ideally, we can develop additional evidence-based, human-centered solutions to transform interior environments in healthcare.
The 20-year Women’s ...
Student-Centered Learning Spaces During A Pandemic, 2021 Eastern Illinois University
Student-Centered Learning Spaces During A Pandemic, Rebeccah J. Maley
The purpose of this study is to examine the experience second year, live on students study habits in outside academic spaces during a pandemic from 2020-2021 academic year. Through gathered testimonies of residents it was found students value their communities, appreciate localized spaces for collaboration, and acknowledged various influences that can enhance or inhibit their ability to study. Additionally, they shared the impact COVID-19 had on their personal lives, academics, and how they interacted with others. It was found that holistic measures are needed for students to be successful in outside academic spaces. This study brought attention to these measures ...
Designing Multi-Sensory Environments: A Powerful Tool For Steam Learning, 2020 University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
Designing Multi-Sensory Environments: A Powerful Tool For Steam Learning, Tonya D. Miller
The STEAM Journal
Architecture and design are natural facilitators of STEAM learning. This article discusses an interior architecture project requiring students to design a multi-sensory environment within an existing classroom space. The project uniquely addresses the STEAM disciplines and challenges students to explore creative problem-solving to develop unique designs.
Brutalism And The Public University: Integrating Conservation Into Comprehensive Campus Planning, 2020 University of Massachusetts Amherst
Brutalism And The Public University: Integrating Conservation Into Comprehensive Campus Planning, Shelby Schrank
The University of Massachusetts Amherst, the Commonwealth’s flagship campus, is home to several Brutalist buildings. Similar to other buildings of this genre, they have gone unrecognized for their importance to the campus and their prominent architectural significance. Additionally, due to the ravages of close to 50 years of exposure coupled with limited maintenance and, in some instances, neglect they are now at a point where restorative maintenance is critical in ensuring their future contribution to the campus.
This thesis addresses the importance of creating a comprehensive, long-term plan for these buildings, by first looking to the University’s most ...
Privacy In Multigenerational Homes Before And Amidst Covid-19, 2020 Stephen F. Austin State University
Privacy In Multigenerational Homes Before And Amidst Covid-19, Jennifer Luque
Electronic Theses and Dissertations
Multigenerational households in the United States are more prevalent now than they have been in the last forty years. In part, aging, illness, job loss, saving money, and even tradition are factors that contribute to the idea of multiple generations living together in one home. Given the health of the individuals, size of the home, and number of dedicated bedrooms and bathrooms, living multigenerational can have both positive and adverse effects. Many family groups fall into the category of multigenerational living. However, this study investigates the relationships between adults and senior family members in terms of privacy in the home ...
Methods Of Adaptive Reuse In Alexandria’S Buildings With Heritage Values, 2020 Assistant Professor, Architectural Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering, Pharos University
Methods Of Adaptive Reuse In Alexandria’S Buildings With Heritage Values, Mina Nader Morkos
BAU Journal - Creative Sustainable Development
Due to the rapid progress in the digital technology, using 3D modelling and augmented reality in architecture, now we can transform, create qualitative and sustainable changes in the interior architecture of our architectural heritage, to achieve sustainable cities, this study of the interior architectural solutions developed between architectural heritage, digital registration processes, and parametric construction and fabrication systems. Also using of Information Systems in recording and documenting buildings and archaeological areas.
It helps in designing through computer systems “Virtual Reality” to determine methods of conservation and dealing with archaeological areas and buildings. Using information networks to exchange information globally and ...