Type of Document Master's Thesis Author Organsky, Jennifer Ann URN etd-05062001-153302 Title Along the River's Edge - A Bed and Breakfast Residence Degree Master of Architecture Department Architecture Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title Brown, William W. Committee Chair Kark, Warren R. Committee Member O'Brien, Michael J. Committee Member Keywords
Date of Defense 2001-02-09 Availability unrestricted AbstractThere are many forces at work in a design process.
Each element of a design sketch reacts to ones
before and after it. As a designer, one must be
able to look at each individually and as part of
the whole. In addition, the ideals and experiences
brought to a project works its magic as well.
It is the tension and the balance between the
elements and ideals that create architecture.
With a Bed and Breakfast as a project vehicle,
the connection to the site, the relationship
between public and private areas, and how the
materials and structure form spaces were studied.
These considerations led to a process of discovery
and the challenge to weave the site, structure,
and materials in a cohesive design.
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