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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 ...
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 ...
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 ...