From the veranda to the balcony :a study in the evolution of resort motels
Valliere, Mark T.
Cannady, William T.
Master of Architecture
THESIS will demonstrate that the social significance of tourism 1n the 19th century led to the origin and development of a specific public oriented architecture which reflected the content and meaning of the resort hotel. This typology was drastically reformed during the modern era, specifically between 195-198. The result was an architectural language that 1s no longer concerned with creation and expression of a public realm. Rather, the result was the predominance of a private expression In today's resort hotel which Incorrectly represents the purpose and meaning of this particular building type.