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Stacking Menageries: Densifying Toronto's Yellowbelt
What is indifference if not the desire to find oneself among the collective? What builds a community if not the need to connect across islands? The future of collective housing must first forget about collectivity, for ...
Real-time Architecture: Quantifying the Spatial Performance of Workplaces
The shift from traditional 9:00 am to 5:00 pm work hours to more flexible work arrangements in white-collar knowledge-based private companies has increased the emphasis on minimizing workplace spatial footprint. While ...
Land Form Architecture: Bridging the Narrative of Korean Urbanism
Korea, as compact as one could imagine, is dominated by housing complexes that resemble factories of living cells. These literal house-building machines constructed through re-useable concrete formwork are endlessly repeated ...
The Oculomotor Correlates of Exploratory Model Making: A Mixed-Methods Eye Tracking Study
In this thesis, I take a post-cognitivist view of design and use eye-tracking to study the oculomotor behavior of architects during different exploratory model-making activities. My interest is to determine to what extent ...
Photobiological Material Systems: Spectrally-Selective Surfaces for the Regulation of Indoor Alertness
Color, light, and their interaction within the built environment have always been pertinent spatial and aesthetic factors that architects consider in their work; however, their study has been limited to a primarily perceptual ...