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A sustainable office building: For Mexia, Texas
THEORY STATEME To est^ijlish an office facility that is rooted v^hin the context o^^ central Texas town to create a centraliz^ hub for busmess achieved through architectural form that i dynarpic expression of ...
Housing for arid lands
Building sustainability: Texas river and trail expeditions
Providing a home base resort for the exploring and appreciation of Big Bend Texas, using sustainable design to limit its impact on the environment. Natural materials and indigenous labor combine in creating a common space ...
Reconnecting people to the environment through architecture
By utilizing the techniques of Critical Regionalism and integrating them with the concepts of sustainability, a building can be created that not only responds to its site, but actually enhances the beauty of the natural ...
Architectural activism: Architecture as a culturally ethical watermark in urbanism, special needs housing facility additively implemented in an evolving urban sector
The synergisitc exploration of transitional housing functions and sustainable urban development could be mediated ethically with critical regard for the regional impact by reinforcing an underlying cultural narrative ...
MRS: A community shopping redux
A redux shopping center, designed under the principles of place making, critical regionalism and sustainability, can serve as a vehicle to establish a social landmark for the community of a .suburban enclave.
Integrated Architecture: A rural hospital for Port, Washington, WI
The Integration of the building into the site allows for the creation of form and the implementation of sustainable design features.
Embracing the elements
Human behavior may be affected by the environment in which we live, whether it be culture, climate, politics, community, economy, and the architecture that surrounds us. Combining both sustainable design and research ...
School of Enlightenment, Ransom Canyon, TX
Enlightenment through architecture can be achieved by the expression of architectural elements and their connection to the environment.
A sustainable design approach to promote healthy living: A recreational facility
Achieving a sustainable environmental and human ecological integrity can establish a relationship between the user and the built environment that stimulates man's physical and mental needs for well-being.