Type of Document Master's Thesis Author Brown, Kimberly Paige URN etd-05212008-005517 Title The Interaction of Walls and Spaces: Architecture of an Art Studio Degree Master of Architecture Department Architecture Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title Rott, Hans Christian Committee Chair Dugas, David M. Committee Member Gartner, Howard Scott Committee Member Keywords
- Art Studio
Date of Defense 2008-04-29 Availability unrestricted AbstractThe University of Virginia is currently constructing an Arts Studio building in the parking lot of their Architecture School.
The University’s original Jeffersonian foundation and its repeated imitation throughout history has told its citizens that this is what the architecture of the University must be, without actually questioning the reasons. Can we design new, exciting buildings that still belong on the campus without designing exactly as Jefferson did two-hundred years ago?
This Thesis is my own design for UVA’s Art Studio building. In this design I have used the interaction of walls and spaces to create an environment that leads a visitor through the many stages of an Art School. The visual and physical connections of the processes within the school are intended to inspire the artists within while living in the twenty-first century.
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