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The deposition of the body: Architecture and corporal limits
This dissertation considers some aspects of architecture's relationship to the body as living flesh. It focuses on the limits that distinguish bodies that "live" in and for architecture from troubling corporealities: numb, immobile, dying. The body's vitality would seem to be the logical underpinning for architecture. But other bodily states may ...
QUALITY OF PROGRAM INDICATORS IN UNITED STATES ARCHITECTURAL EDUCATION: A STATISTICAL SURVEY (VOLUMES I - III)
In May, 1976, a national survey was initiated to measure and compare the quality of 78 of 80 accredited architectural programs in the United States. Statistical data were gather to analyze, score, and rank individual programs based on eight carefully selected components: educational; environmental; fiscal, physical, and human resources; advancement; ...
URBAN FORM AND ENERGY CONSERVATION IN THE TRANSPORTATION SECTOR
A major determinant of energy conservation is the physical form of an urban area. Different forms and structures offer inherently different possibilities for conserving energy. This is particularly evident in the transportation sector where the conjunction of population density, employment opportunity, transportation system, and service characteristics ...
ANALYSIS AND EVALUATION OF HOUSING PROGRAMS IN ETHIOPIA: 1976--1986
It has been over twelve years since the 1974 Ethiopian Revolution took place. Having inherited a housing system which did not serve the majority of Ethiopians, the new government adopted five approaches to alleviate the housing crises: namely, Government Sponsored Low-Cost Housing, Cooperative Housing, Self-Help Housing, Resettlement, and Upgrading ...