Type of Document Master's Thesis Author Lamplugh, Ryan Weston URN etd-05212012-165646 Title House of Woven Space Degree Master of Architecture Department Architecture Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title Thompson, Steven Ross Committee Chair Galloway, William U. Committee Member Gartner, Howard Scott Committee Member Rott, Hans Christian Committee Member Keywords
Date of Defense 2012-04-30 Availability unrestricted AbstractThis thesis explores the origins of the House and Temple form through the design
of a house. The design looks to the theory of the original elements of architecture
being the hearth, roof, mound and woven enclosure. Specific focus is given to the
woven aspect of this theory, which is expounded upon in the wood structure and
partitions of the house. The house exhibits the characteristic syntax of weaving
with orthogonal geometric relationships and a hierarchy of elements. The structure
and spaces of the house emerge from a rigid pattern grid defining the site and the
historic temple symbolism of the double square.
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