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Title: Wall
Author: Oberholzer, Mark Andrew
Advisor: Wittenberg, Gordon
Degree: Master of Architecture thesis
Abstract: The making of walls is implicit in the formation of buildings, cities and societies. Examining built examples reveals the importance as well as the possibilities of walls. At the scale of a coat of paint, walls affect the individual, while at the scale of the city, walls may represent and direct an entire culture. The wall may be used as both an analytical and design tool to better accommodate individuals and institutions.
Citation: Oberholzer, Mark Andrew. (1994) "Wall." Masters Thesis, Rice University.
Date: 1994

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