Architecture Masters Theses
The mission of the Master of Architecture Degree programs and the teaching and learning culture within the Department of Architecture and Interior Design is to conduct architectural inquiry in the pursuit of new forms of knowledge and, through rigorous professional preparation, construct critical practices that empower students to interpret, engage and give form to the ideas and forces that impact their world.
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(2014-06-16)This paper will address a new approach towards architecture reflecting on the consequences of the city’s land based building practice in ecology that is predominantly water based. There is a need for opportunities to work ...
(2014-06-16)In the coming years resource stress and waste management will continue to become two of the world’s biggest issues. If order to conserve resources and reduce waste that our cities produce I believe that we will need to ...
(2014-06-16)This paper examines the process of placemaking. It examines the differences between placemaking strategies in single family detached houses and multiple residential buildings, i.e. apartments, condominiums, townhomes, etc. ...
(2014-06-16)Winston Churchill once said, “First we shape our buildings, thereafter, they shape us”. This speaks both to how we design a building, and to the effect that design has on us. The challenge that is presented to us as ...