|Document Type:||Master's Thesis|
|Title:||A Reconstitution of Place|
|Degree:||Master of Architecture|
|Department:||College of Architecture and Urban Studies|
|Committee Chair:||William Brown|
|Committee Members:||V. Hunter Pittman|
|Keywords:||Reconstitution, Place, Poetic, Poetry|
|Date of defense:||February 5, 1997|
|Availability:||Release the entire work for Virginia Tech access only.
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By drawing upon the essential characteristics of a locality, an architect may, through reinterpretation, reconstitute a place. This occurs when mundane characteristics of a locality are reformulated in such a manner that their presence becomes significant.
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