Title page for ETD etd-02182008-131044


Type of Document Master's Thesis
Author Morig, Chad Michael
URN etd-02182008-131044
Title How can element identity and alignment create prepositional relationships and influence experience?
Degree Master of Architecture
Department Architecture
Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title
Galloway, William U. Committee Chair
Rott, Hans Christian Committee Member
Schnoedt, Heinrich Committee Member
Keywords
  • Alignment
  • Element
  • Preposition
Date of Defense 2005-05-13
Availability unrestricted
Abstract
We are able to define architectural members specifically, and create identity of members within a hierarchy. Through appropriate placement with respect to their character and hierarchy, relationships are created that strengthen the individual’s traits. This reinforcement creates an effect beyond what the individual elements are able to project toward one another, and influences our participation in their relationships. If we question how element identity, placement and alignment work together to create prepositional relationships, and consciously define members within a physical hierarchy, then we are able to strengthen identity of individual members, and ultimately create a more meaningful and considerate environment.
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