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  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.
1

Language and ideal, architecture as the mediator

Mellage, Christopher 05 1900 (has links)
No description available.
2

A question of religion : an investigation of architecture of resistance

Ruark, William Lennie 05 1900 (has links)
No description available.
3

Order and construction

Kovacs, Barbara Jean 08 1900 (has links)
No description available.
4

Choreographed topology: a labyrinthine dance theater.

January 2004 (has links)
Ho Wing Yi Joyce. / "Architecture Department, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Master of Architecture Programme 2003-2004, design report." / Includes bibliographical references (p. 193-194). / Chapter Ch0 --- Introduction --- p.p. 2 / Chapter Ch1 --- Human --- p.p. 6 / Chapter Ch2 --- Space --- p.p. 20 / Chapter Ch3 --- Place/ Non-Place --- p.p. 34 / Chapter Ch4 --- Identity --- p.p. 40 / Chapter Ch5 --- Boundary --- p.p. 48 / Chapter Ch6 --- Performance --- p.p. 64 / Chapter Ch7 --- Site --- p.p. 74 / Chapter Ch8 --- Concept --- p.p. 88 / Chapter Ch9 --- Plot --- p.p. 96 / Chapter Ch10 --- Design Development --- p.p. 106 / Chapter Ch 11 --- Final Design --- p.p. 160 / Bibliography --- p.p. 193 / Acknowledgement --- p.p. 195
5

Performative architecture: design strategies for living bodies

Spurr, Sam, School of English, Media & Performance Arts, UNSW January 2007 (has links)
Under the title 'Performative Architecture', this thesis draws on theories from performance studies and phenomenology in order to look beyond humanist practices that see the body as fixed and static. This thesis addresses two questions that I will be arguing are of increasing significance to contemporary architecture: Firstly, in the context of emerging digital and digitised spaces, how does the living body interact with the surrounding environment?; and secondly, what do these changing forms of human inhabitation and movement mean for the practice of architecture? The time frame spans from the work of Oskar Schlemmer in the 1920s to contemporary built works, examining the different ways that performativity has infiltrated architectural design. The case studies are divided into architectural performances that highlight the living body, and performative drawings that explore how to bring that body into the design process. In doing so a number of emerging paradigms become apparent that find built form in contemporary architectural examples. This approach is used to describe and analyse recent projects by Daniel Libeskind, Peter Eisenman, Diller and Scofidio and Lars Spuybroek, and to identify a common orientation through very different types of built environments. Acknowledging the change in both bodies and spaces in the Information Age, this research seeks to make room for the living body in the design of emerging, multidimensional, built environments.
6

The role of integrated graphic representation of architectural space and human behavior

Yu, Hao-wei January 1987 (has links)
The purpose of this creative project was to develop suitable design tools and language of behavioral analysis which could be employed in environmental design with regard to the related human behavior. The interaction of human activity and the built environment was considered as a common ground on which a basic architectural design process could be founded. To achieve a clearer understanding of the role of integrated graphic representation of the interaction of human behavior and environment, three concerned aspects were explored. These are: Pattern of the interaction between people and the built environment, Design tool and language, and Communication in the design process. As for the first aspect, three kinds of interactions of people and environment were distinguished. For the second aspect, design language was enriched with the exploration of integrated graphic representation of architectural space and human behavior. For the third aspect, the focus of graphic communication in the traditional design process was shifted from physical form to the pattern of interrelationship of people and environment. The design of the proposed International Student Center at Ball State University was completed to demonstrate the above aspects. / Department of Architecture
7

Performative architecture: design strategies for living bodies

Spurr, Sam, School of English, Media & Performance Arts, UNSW January 2007 (has links)
Under the title 'Performative Architecture', this thesis draws on theories from performance studies and phenomenology in order to look beyond humanist practices that see the body as fixed and static. This thesis addresses two questions that I will be arguing are of increasing significance to contemporary architecture: Firstly, in the context of emerging digital and digitised spaces, how does the living body interact with the surrounding environment?; and secondly, what do these changing forms of human inhabitation and movement mean for the practice of architecture? The time frame spans from the work of Oskar Schlemmer in the 1920s to contemporary built works, examining the different ways that performativity has infiltrated architectural design. The case studies are divided into architectural performances that highlight the living body, and performative drawings that explore how to bring that body into the design process. In doing so a number of emerging paradigms become apparent that find built form in contemporary architectural examples. This approach is used to describe and analyse recent projects by Daniel Libeskind, Peter Eisenman, Diller and Scofidio and Lars Spuybroek, and to identify a common orientation through very different types of built environments. Acknowledging the change in both bodies and spaces in the Information Age, this research seeks to make room for the living body in the design of emerging, multidimensional, built environments.
8

An ambiguity of landscape and architecture

Turpin, Anthony Joel 12 1900 (has links)
No description available.
9

An investigation into the therapeutics of architecture

Shonk, David Knight 08 1900 (has links)
No description available.
10

The body in fantasy : how the human body informs science fiction set design

Leyburn, Boyd Harlan, III 05 1900 (has links)
No description available.

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