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Per-plexus: Engaging Slippages of Socio-Spatial Awareness
This thesis investigates the role of architecture upon the perception of its subject. It is particularly concerned with the perceptual “flickers” that result when the subject is confronted with simultaneous and opposed ...
Univercity: An Academical Territory
This thesis explores how a particular relationship to the landscape can help us understand ourselves within the world. To that end, it explores the university campus as an experiment in how we can actively occupy vast ...
Within the history of the graphic plan, cell-based and wall-based plans comprise a dialectic of definition and openness. A new type of architectural project whose formal legibility operates predominantly in the plan has ...