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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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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.
From cotton fields to baseball fields: A minor league baseball park for Lubbock, Texas
Indigenous organic forms, when expressed through architecture, structure, and materials, will integrate the building into the local vernacular.
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 ...