Transformations for tomorrow

Authors
Bruno, Tanya L. B.
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Perry, Chris (Christopher S.)
Issue Date
2014-05
Keywords
Architecture
Degree
MArch
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Abstract
Non-static and non-compositional traits will be presented in this thesis as appropriate architectural design provocations. A dynamic form of architecture that would be neither reductive nor stifling can originate in the philosophies of the mid-20th Century Un Art Autre. This non-compositional Une Architecture Autre will thus have an intrinsic flexibility and spatial adaptability not found in geometric formality.
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May 2014
School of Architecture
Department
School of Architecture
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Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY
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