Browsing College of Architecture, Planning, and Design by Subject "Architecture"

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Browsing College of Architecture, Planning, and Design by Subject "Architecture"

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  • Anterola, Jeremy; Becker, Andrew; Blackwell, Jessica; Bonser, Skyler; Capps, Scott; Curry, Collin; Henley, Jacob; Jacobson, Melody; Jaquez-Herrera, Clemente; Kroen, Kevin; LaMartina, Josh; Rader, Julianne; Renyer, Shandelle; Richardson, Lindsey; Rolfs, Brett; Scherling, Ian; Stolwyk, Adrienne; Van de Riet, Geoff; Vanderpool, Aaron; Wages, Erin; Watkins, Malcolm; Wilke, Laura; Williams, Jessica (Kansas State University, 2007)
    May 4, 2007, a tornado ripped across Kiowa County, Kansas, leveling ninety-five percent of the town of Greensburg and leaving the rest of the town severely damaged. Shortly after the tornado, a 12-week process of meetings ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...