Type of Document Master's Thesis Author Krapp, James Joseph URN etd-04122007-211743 Title "At the Still Point of the Turning World": A Reference to Time and Movement Degree Master of Architecture Department Architecture Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title Piedmont-Palladino, Susan C. Committee Chair Emmons, Paul F. Committee Member Holt, Jaan Committee Member Keywords
- sleep disorders
- 24 hours
- Washington D.C.
- Dupont Circle
Date of Defense 2005-09-16 Availability unrestricted AbstractA Clinic for the study of Sleep Disorders
The proposal for a clinic for sleep disorders sited on the edge of Dupont Circle within the District of Columbia.
This thesis is a reference to time and movement as it relates to our individual perception. We each experience our environments differently and architecture should be prescribed to the fit the needs of the individual. It is the study of design
evolution along a time-line. The science of effect. As we move along a line how does our environment and influence shape the final outcome?
In architecture, process is the task of understanding. The following documentation is my personal time-line along that undefined path.
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