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    • I Want to Live Together: I Want to Hear You Even as Extinction Tears You Away 

      Wali-Richardson, Kanchan Emma (2021-05-26)
      This project is an attempt to grapple with how to live in a time of increasing extinction and loss. How should we go on? Knowing everything we know about how implicated we are in the unraveling of lives? The project ...
    • Identities of Past and Present: Conservation and its Consequences 

      Nasr, Hala (2022-05-25)
      This thesis explores the concept of “Radical Indigenism,” outlined by Julia Watson, as a critique of traditional notions of cultural heritage and preservation in landscape architecture. To investigate this concept, the ...
    • If You Build It, Will They Innovate? Investigating the Design and Operation of Higher Education Innovation Centers 

      Tannebaum, Ashley Elizabeth (2021-06-09)
      This dissertation examines how design teams have created and users have occupied spaces intended to support interdisciplinary collaboration, connections to the community, and innovation activity on higher education academic ...
    • Incognito: Sensorial Interpretations of Covert Physiological Signals for Therapeutic Mediation 

      Richter-Lunn, Katarina (2021-05-18)
      As our demand for technologies that mediate our environment continues to rise, our day-to-day activities have been increasingly overloaded with devices that collect our physiological signals. Our phones, watches, and jewelry ...
    • Intermission 

      Erez, Elif (2022-02-17)
      Nine spaces: A billboard, a stretch of scaffolding, a stretch of caulk, a street shrine, a car park, a water tank, a missing brick, a pedestrian bridge, a pocket watch. Each: An intermission in the urban fabric. An ...
    • Inventing Greenland – Designing an Arctic Nation 

      De Jonghe, Bert Germain M. (2021-05-18)
      Inventing Greenland is a critical and timely assemblage of stories highlighting a shifting landscape—one born from the imagination, projections, and ambitions of a wide range of actors. Today, especially within the design ...
    • Investigations in Metropolitan Form: Architecture, Infrastructure, and the American City 

      O'Keefe, Don (2021-01-20)
      This thesis challenges the discipline of architecture to reassert its agency at the scale of the city, the region, and the territory. Using Austin, Texas and Richmond, Virginia as case studies, it proposes a transformation ...
    • Investing in the Rural: Regional Opportunities for More Equitable Development Through Restructured Agriculture Supply-Demand Chains 

      Sood, Arshaya (2022-06-08)
      Today in India, small and marginal farmers (SMFs) in rural areas are exploited by skewed development which favors large corporate farmers which are directly linked to accelerating urban development. SMFs continue to be ...
    • Islands of Elegy: Dispersing the Urban Cemetery 

      Deluca, Jake (2022-05-18)
      Islands of Elegy proposes a new kind of cemetery, one that brings death closer to us and resists the stagnation of memory. This new cemetery—the “microcemetery”— manifests as several small sanctuary spaces embedded in ...
    • John Andrews's Laconic Legacy 

      Liu, Kevin (2021-05-20)
      John Hamilton Andrews (1933–) is the quintessential knockabout Australian; terse and straight-forward, his affable personality won him the respect of his American peers and mentors, but his laconic sensibility would ...
    • LA LUCHA CONTINUA: CONFLICTING CONSTITUTIONALISM AND TERRITORIALITIES OF COMPETING SOVEREIGNTIES IN THE CARIBBEAN 

      Santiago-Pagán, Kenismael (2022-06-08)
      Today, academic frameworks regarding classical notions of sovereignty are being challenged by empirical perspectives emerging from different parts across America. Ongoing debates are currently focusing on illiberal forms ...
    • Labored Form: Domestic Fold 

      Hickman, Ashley (2021-01-20)
      Las Vegas is a city of duplicates; it appears at first only complicated. Buildings on The Strip duplicate neighboring buildings, implicate antecedent versions of themselves, and replicate other cities. The multiplication ...
    • Landscapes of Repulsion: Hidden in Plain Site 

      Sloan, Colleen Christine (2022-05-18)
      This thesis interrogates landscape architecture’s participation in the cleaning and concealing of repugnant sites of industry through the creation of fabricated mountains constructed from the wastes of Iowa’s booming ...
    • Latent Morphologies: Encoding Architectural Features and Decoding Their Structure through Artificial Intelligence 

      Kim, Dongyun (2022-06-08)
      With the advent of Artificial Intelligence, new methodologies have been introduced to the architectural discipline, expanding the current possibilities of design processes. Specifically, generative models created a paradigm ...
    • Liquid Pedagogy 

      Khalighy, Aryan (2021-05-20)
      Liquid Pedagogy is a critical reflection on pedagogy and the discipline of architecture which historically is shaped by but also has shaped the learning spaces in architecture schools. The thesis is materialized in a design ...
    • Living on the Skyline: Rooftop Housing in Seoul, Hong Kong, and Taipei 

      Yu, Jeongmin (2020-07-08)
      Rooftop housing is a living urban legacy, encapsulating the history of the city as well as the evolving needs of its people. This study explores rooftop housing in Seoul, Hong Kong, and Taipei. In all three cities, the ...
    • Loft living in Hangzhou: fitting in an inclusive and affordable practice 

      Ruan, Junru (2022-06-08)
      Loft living in Hangzhou, while sharing a similar name with its western counterpart, comprises a type of residential unit with unique spatial and cultural features that correspond with Chinese fast development and societal ...
    • Lost in Translation: Creative Urban Regeneration in Bangkok, Thailand 

      Gu, Steven Yuan (2021-05-19)
      Over the last decade, developing countries across Asia are increasingly fostering creativity-based industries to regenerate neighborhoods in their global cities. Multilateral institutions, government agencies, and academics ...
    • MAINTENANCE 

      Terzino, Anthony (2022-06-08)
      The triangulation of work along flexible and fragmented lines requires a new approach to organizing. Subcontracting and third-party employment have exacerbated structural ambiguities over who works for whom and under what ...
    • Making Mobility: Shifting the Urban Milieu of Oklahoma City 

      Borkenhagen, Craig (2021-05-17)
      Bus rapid transit is a key component of many of the world’s largest municipalities, and is at the limit of what smaller cities like Oklahoma City can realistically achieve. OKC’s development as a thriving urban center is ...