Title page for ETD etd-05172007-231824


Type of Document Master's Thesis
Author Liu, Min
URN etd-05172007-231824
Title Space identity
Degree Master of Architecture
Department Architecture
Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title
Galloway, William U. Committee Chair
Jones, James R. Committee Member
Schnoedt, Heinrich Committee Member
Keywords
  • spatial differentiation
  • two volumes
  • space identity
  • intersecting space
Date of Defense 2005-07-05
Availability restricted
Abstract
As an architectural language, what elements and systems constitute a work of architecture? They are the structural system, enclosure system, circulation system, functional requirements, context, light, views, proportion, scale, forms, cultural characteristics, color and many others. In this thesis, I focus on the structural system, the spatial organization and quality of light with a view to how they contribute to the identity of spaces. the vehicle of my study is an Environmental Learning Center, for Franklin County, Virginia. The building design enploys two different structural systems in two parts of the building, arranging dissimilar spatial organizations in building sections. Various enclosure materials are used to exhibit distinct light qualities. Design is not only to satisfy functional needs, but to architecturally determine spatial differentiation,which accordingly generates the identity of spaces.
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