Title page for ETD etd-09292006-152732


Type of Document Master's Thesis
Author Miller, Jason
Author's Email Address jmiller@lakeside-arch.com
URN etd-09292006-152732
Title rhythm:sequence:interruption
Degree Master of Architecture
Department Architecture
Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title
Rott, Hans Christian Committee Chair
Edge, Kay F. Committee Member
Jones, James R. Committee Member
Keywords
  • interruption
  • sequence
  • rhythm
Date of Defense 2004-02-13
Availability unrestricted
Abstract
As you move among the various spaces within the school you will notice that the volume is an encapsulation made from surfaces that describe what is material and what is void of material. This makes for interaction of the senses. What can be formed in material can transcend from built form directly and indirectly to the student through the duration of observation. Thus augmenting their knowledge and judgement.

What can not be formed from material has to be thought of in a different way for the student.This nonmaterial form is subject to what binds it, making the experience from nontactile things such as light and darkness. The thesis undertook these conditions to make a place where observation is inclusive. Observation is the step in which a student must invoke their intellect to understand their purpose as an artist and to define their own uniqueness. Perhaps this is an atypical way for students to learn with regard to art but the making of art should be anything but typical.

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