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Recovering scraps from the cutting edge: Avant-gardes and the shape of the theater. A flexible theater project for Dallas (Texas)
An architecture thesis in two parts: Part I examines the social and technical forces which shaped theater buildings in Europe and the United States. Physical relationships between audience and performer are shown to be ...
The melting shed: A Facility for Urban Culture in Houston (Texas)
The Melting Shed presents the role of the architect as a traveler in the world today. This thesis documents a voyage taken to investigate the work of an artistic vanguard and focuses on the place where its art has been ...
The architecture of Galveston's golden age: Cast iron facades in the Strand District
In the nineteenth century, Galveston was a highly successful port city; it capitalized on the production and shipping of Texas cotton. The commercial buildings erected during the heyday of its prosperity, many of which ...
In-corporeal-ating architecture: The living body and a place of death
The history of the senses will be looked at in terms of a concept of viewing emerging from the visual, and domination that this viewing holds over the other senses (and sensing in general) in architecture. A change in the ...