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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 ...
A new vocabulary in architecture: Mixed-use commercial
Sports arena & media center: A multi-use facility on the Texas Tech University campus
An event-oriented architectural strategy can be established through interpreting and articulating concepts of program, scenario, and sequence using programmatic logic, disjunction, and heterogeneity.
Architecture/photography: Mixed use artists facility_ Lubbock, TX
The integration of photographic principles and Architectural design will yield an architecture that promotes and fosters artistic production through its form, spaces, and composition. Architecture can be used to nurture ...
Multi-Use complex: East Lubbock, Texas
Thesis Statement Facility Type Context Statement  Idea expressed by Author Architecture should express color as a reflection of ethnic and cultural characteristics and can create pleasant and comfortable environments ...
[W]hole-ness: A tri-partite facility for the Community Baptist Church of Lubbock Texas
Architecture should honor the biblical principle of wholeness creating the space that will allow the user to experience holistic ministry for their body, mind and soul.
Universal civilization and architectural identity: A multiple use facility for Lubbock, Texas
Referencing the work of Kenneth Frampton, this project is to be the reflection of the essence, culture, and history of Lubbock, Texas. Although this is a culture who's existence and survival is the product of outside ...
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 ...
One space, many uses: A multi-use facility for the city of Lubbock, Texas
(Texas Tech University, 2000-05)
Live + learn: A prototype art school with adjoined living space for homeless youth
thesis statement: Cognition of transparency as variable spatial stratification creates redefinable space and social interaction. scope: The project is to provide shelter and a learning environment for the homeless ...