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Document Type:Master's Thesis
Name:Robert Warren Baumbach
Email address:heiner@vt.edu
URN:1997/00140
Title:Architecture: In the Line of Economy
Degree:Master of Architecture
Department:Architecture
Committee Chair: Hunter Pittman
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Committee Members:Hunter Pittman
Hans Rott
Michael O'Brien
Heiner Schnoedt
Keywords:vernacular, architecture, foundation, modern foundation, modern, ceramic lamp, ceramic, lamp, table, nettie, entry hall table, picture frame, traditional architecture, three houses, Tarkovsky, style, humanity, carl, beauty, essential, order, substance, Emerson, alley, field, hillside, Baumbach
Date of defense:July 11, 1997
Availability:Release the entire work immediately worldwide.

Abstract:

Three houses are presented in this book. Each house has been designed with distinct site parameters with the expectation that obvious differences in form would occur. The focus of this investigation lies within the significant parallels that exist between the projects and how those parallels relate to the principles that constitute a framework of operation for a designer.

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