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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, ...
On the social reception of material form and space, or, the SUV in the melee
This thesis explores social representations in architecture that have been objectified by various discourses on space and human activity. Using the sport-utility vehicle (SUV) as a multifaceted object in which these ...