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    • Water and Architecture: An Amphibious Solution to Urban Flooding 

      Asson, Bryan Jonathan (2018)
      This thesis intends to address the phenomenon of urban erosion through an understanding and application of Metabolist principles. One of the core elements of the Metabolist movement is a versatile was a megastructure that ...
    • Framing Industry: Film-making to Place-making 

      Shook, Timothy Scott (2018)
      This thesis looks at the relationship between film-making and place-making. More specifically, the cinematic techniques used in film and how to translate them into architecture. The thesis proposes a film institute that ...
    • SUB CULTURAL RIFT: AN AFFIRMATION ON AMERICAN SOCIAL CONFLICT 

      Garzon, Kevin (2018)
      Whether in equilibrium or imbalance, social conflict is inherent in any dynamic society, particularly in American culture. More recently it is apparent that social conflict in America is entering a phase of uncompromising ...
    • International Student Community 

      Liu, Jiayu (2018)
      In order to receive a more advanced and diverse education, more students opt for an international status and choose to apply for overseas universities. Not only are their course loads greater than domestic students, but ...
    • Displacement: Placemaking for the Uprooted 

      Khan, Dur-e-Nayab (2018)
      Increasing migration to cities in developed countries is an inevitable part of present day’s globalizing society. For those migrating, the process is often a byproduct of war or absence of opportunities in migrants’ native ...