Monthly Archives: December 2011

Reflections on the Class

Before taking this class, I understood the basics of systems and how they work within a building. Now, nearing the completion of the class, I feel I have stronger grasp of the concepts, some slightly stronger than others. Sadly, this … Continue reading

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Is Vertical Farming the Solution for the Future?

As the populations grow, cities will grow. The suburbs will become a part of the city, and the outskirts of the city will then become the suburbs and so on and so forth. There will be a point in the … Continue reading

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Creating a space that can be utilized

In each city, there are events in history that are either presented or covered up, depending on the content of the event. One guest lecturer spoke of a project in Memphis where an interstate was planned to run through Overton … Continue reading

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The Commerzbank Building

The Commerzbank Building in Frankfurt, Germany was a huge inspiration in the design of my final project for Architecture 3010. As I learned of the program for the project, which was to be a Rehabilitation Center for Wounded Veterans, I … Continue reading

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