Browsing College of Architecture, Planning, and Design by Title

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  • Swehla, Tyler; Taylor, Morgan; Shy, Kelsie; Jagles, Emily; Allen, Taylor; Fiala, Abigail; Jackman, Sarah; Rose, Katelyn; Vallo, Laura; Stucki, Lindsay; Knight, Jonathan; Tucker, Tyler; Steward, Kelsey; Kellams, Timothy; Bernal, Kaitlin; Bruns, Conner; Armstrong, Haley; Heidt, Neal (Kansas State University, 2015)
    Beginning in the 1950s, many American cities experienced significant population decline in their urban core. The reasons for decline include local, regional and federal policies, housing preferences, social issues, racial ...
  • Seamon, David (2008)
    John Sayles is one of America's most successful independent filmmakers, whose works include "Return of the Secaucus Seven" (1980), "City of Hope" (1991), and "Lone Star" (1996). This article examines Sayles' portrait of ...
  • Keane, Timothy D.; Kim, Jae Hong; Bernard, Eric (2014)
    The Political Fragmentation Indicator Database is an outcome of the NSF CNH-Ex #1114931: Political Fragmentation in Local Governance and Water Resource Management project. The database contains a range of metrics that ...
  • Kingery-Page, Katie (Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture, 2009)
    The 'analytique' is a Beaux-Arts approach to teaching design principles through an 'order problem' which relies on the analysis and representation of built work. The term 'analytique' refers to the product of a student's ...
  • Yoldas, Cenk (Kansas State University, 2004)
    Contemporary design and construction methods, when integrated with lessons of traditional vernacular architecture, can lead to a refined, regional, ecological and economical system of building construction. This thesis ...
  • Watts, Donald J.; Yoldas, Cenk (Center for Environmental Design Research, University of California at Berkeley, 2004)
    Afghanistan suffers from a quarter century of war that has resulted in a devastated infrastructure and a generation of Afghans who have lived without a local school. This paper presents an architectural design investigation ...
  • Watts, Donald J. (1981)
    This article investigates how traditional patterns of Afghan architecture may lend a culturally sensitive dimension to modern urban planning in Afghanistan. Case studies of traditional Afghan houses reveal common patterns ...
  • Watts, Donald J. (2008)
    This paper analyzes the manner in which two architectural design studios, one Afghan and one American, explored designs for a new College of Architecture, Planning and Design for Kabul University, Kabul, Afghanistan. The ...
  • Gibson, Huston J. (2011)
    This study begins by examining the relationship between public K-12 school facility age and student access to modern classroom technological resources, driven by questioning “newer equals better” assumptions. The method ...
  • Kingery-Page, Katie (2009)
    Conditions of pedestrian comfort have been evaluated by other researchers as they relate to climate, protection from vehicles, and spatial conditions of the street. But in a discourse that emphasizes the public nature of ...
  • Kingery-Page, Katie; Melvin, Rebecca J. (2013)
    The contemporary American schoolyard remains an under-utilized opportunity for experiential learning. Contemporary public schoolyards are often designed in response to perceptions of liability and a limited interpretation ...
  • Gibson, Huston (2011)
    The purpose of this article is to assess the relationship between elementary school facility age and single-family housing price in the Orlando, Florida metropolitan area. This is a cross-sectional study employing multivariate ...
  • Hahn, Howard D.; Belanger, Blake; hhahn; belanger (Kansas State University. College of Architecture, Planning & Design, Department of Landscape Architecture and Regional & Community Planning, 2014)
    The 2014 “Visions in the Ville” summer studio explored Aggieville’s potential as the community looks toward the future. The studio spanned eight weeks and was offered by the Department of Landscape Architecture and Regional ...
  • Belanger, Blake; Hahn, Howard D.; hhahn; belanger (Kansas State University. College of Architecture, Planning & Design, Department of Landscape Architecture and Regional & Community Planning, 2014)
    The 2014 “Visions in the Ville” summer studio explored Aggieville’s potential as the community looks toward the future. The studio spanned eight weeks and was offered by the Department of Landscape Architecture and Regional ...
  • Buffington, Jared; Clark, Jeffrey; Denlinger, Danielle; Engelke, Jennifer; Musoke, Elizabeth; Stout, Breanna; Sullivan, Justine; Tucker, Terry; Barnes, Philip L.; Sanders, Christopher (Dept. of Landscape Architecture and Regional and Community Planning. Kansas State University, 2012)
    Wildcat Creek Watershed (approx. 99 square miles) in Riley County, Kansas had significant flooding in recent years. A Watershed Assessment of River Stability and Sediment Supply (WARSSS, Rosgen, 2006) of Wildcat Creek was ...
  • Seamon, David (Plenum, 2000)
    This review examines the phenomenological approach as it might be used to explore environmental and architectural issues. After discussing the nature of phenomenology in broad terms, the review presents two major assumptions ...
  • Engelke, Jennifer (Kansas State University, 2012)
    Wildcat Creek in Riley County, KS has repeatedly flooded in the past 5 years causing significant damage to the watershed, private property, and community livelihood. Strategically placing wetlands throughout the watershed ...