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    • A Communal Retreat for Writers in the Adirondacks 

      Makker, Kirin Joya (2002)
      This thesis will explore the design of a retreat for writers in Adirondack Park in upper New York State. The intent of the project is to investigate how the 'border' between a group of buildings and the natural wooded ...
    • D.C.’S DYKARIES: PHASE ONE – D.C.’s LAST DYKE BAR (1971-2016) 

      Ginter, Ty (2019-05)
      This project focuses on Phase One, a lesbian bar open from 1971 to 2016, which, before it closed, became the longest continuously operating lesbian bar in the United States. This project seeks to answer the question: Why ...
    • Seeking Asylum: Race, Memory, and the American Landscape 

      Tai, Daniela (2019)
      The stories and places we choose to preserve tell us who we are as a people. What does it say about ourselves when the stories that are associated with a particular place are ones that we wish to keep in the dark? As we ...
    • Reclaiming Identity: Utilizing Historic Fabric to Revitalize Downtown Rochester 

      Haley, Kelly Marie (2019)
      America’s first boomtown, Rochester, New York, rapidly decentralized after World War II. Like other mid-sized industrial cities, Rochester struggled to retain residents and businesses as suburbia flourished. Recently, the ...
    • Inform: Engaging Climate Action Through Didactic Architecture 

      Goel, Juhi (2019)
      Our climate is changing, and so must architecture. Climate change is a fundamental design problem of our time, and it requires us to critically examine and deviate from some of our established practices with regard to the ...