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A school for vocational education, Lubbock, Texas
The program for The Lubbock Community Theatre
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.
Language of metaphor in architecture: A research library design
Using metaphor in architecture creates a unique design poetry where the form is an abstraction of the architects imagination. Metaphor can also be used to communicate the function of the building, thereby encouraging ...
A child development center
"A structure that does not follow the simplest and most efficient schemes or a construction detail that does not consider the specific characteristics of the material with which it is built will only with great difficulty ...
Lubbock zoological park
Preserving a region's identity: A recreational club for East Lubbock: A thesis on critical regionalism
Critical Regionalism is a recent movement in architecture that creates regionally and culturally conscience architecture but at the same time takes part in modern civilization. Today architecture should be reflective of a ...
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.
Kaotic Motorsports: Defining architectural language through precision, reaction, & transparency
To create a facility, as a metaphor of an internal combustion engine, utilizing PRECISION, REACTION and TRANSPARANCY to define an architectural language.
ELR-building community image through architecture? A neighborhood market for Chatman Hill
The diagram shown explains the intent of this program as mentioned in the preface. The intent is to give the reader a visual component of the question. Can architecture build community image? Image and the perception of ...