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A study of rural culture and the integration of natural and built environments: A museum of farming and ranching
Rural architecture has the possibility to have a strong impact upon its community and environment. However, rural architecture does not find value in the mainstream global architecture and instead places importance in ...
Industrial form: An appropriate architecture for West Texas
Regionalism emphasizes the historic and cultural heritage of the region while addressing global aspects of universal civilization. It occupies itself in expressing the particulars of place as well as binding itself in ...
Architectural expression through critical regionalism: Conference center in Lubbock, TX
Critical Regionalism can promote local ideas while at the same time reflect overall universal architectural principles.
Lakeside Ronald McDonald house: An exploration of regionalism and home
When a family is away from home, experiencing a difficult time of stress and worry, the transplantation of recognizable physical elements from a familiar region into an unfamiliar building can create a soothing and calm ...
A thesis concerning context, mystery and proportion
Architecture that incorporates context, mystery and proportion have qualities essential to the understanding of design and the built environment. Luis Barragan, Ricardo Legorreta and David Lake are a few Architects who ...
Historic regional architecture as an influence on modern design: A new visitor center for Fort Selden
Historic regional architecture combined with modern technologies can create a common attribute that links architecture of the past and the present, complementing the existing structures and landscape.
More than an intersection: A mixed-use building in Lubbock, Texas
The intersection of 4th St. and Ave. Q is lost in all of the clutter of recent urban developments in Lubbock, turning a major intersection of these developments into a place that is devoid of urban life. This project intends ...
A recreational youth center: A thesis of critical regionalism
Critically regionalism architecture will maximize the aesthetics of the site, through a formal juxtaposition of vernacular and cultural vocabulary, as-well as the Hispanic influence using agricultural forms, materials, ...
A study of wineries, the process of wine making, and wine consumerism: Yellow House Canyon Winery-Lubbock, TX
Responding to the environment through critical regionalism using built form and materials to express the imagery of the wine making process.
Cosmic architecture: Main post office Amarillo, Texas
"Those of us who are concerned with buildings tend to forget too easily that all of the life and soul of a place, all of our experiences there, depend not simply on the physical environment, but on the patterns of events ...