Type of Document Master's Thesis Author Tremblay, Clifford Allen Author's Email Address firstname.lastname@example.org URN etd-05222007-163658 Title Two Screens and an Urban Place Degree Master of Architecture Department Architecture Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title Jones, James R. Committee Chair Rott, Hans Christian Committee Co-Chair Dunay, Donna W. Committee Member Keywords
- mixed use
Date of Defense 2007-05-09 Availability unrestricted AbstractAn exploration to utilize the notion of a screen in order to orchestrate an urban response, an urban mixed-use building. It is an investigation into the contradictions of materiality and the inherent values of organistic and rigid geometries and formations in terms of architecture and the facade.
Two screens make use of pattern, texture, and layering to create a sense of order and chaos within the same instance. This is most noticeable through the introduction of light, natural and artificial. These screens are a reflection of the ripples, webs, and vibrations of all human activity.
This is an investigation into repetition and layering, covering and wrapping, and ultimately creating an enjoyable environment to live, work, and play.
The program is quite simple. On the ground floor there is a grocery store, shops, and offices. On the upper levels, there are townhomes and apartments, one and two bedroom.
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