Title page for ETD etd-05092001-104836

Type of Document Master's Thesis
Author Louisnathan, Bernard Raj
Author's Email Address BLouisna@vt.edu
URN etd-05092001-104836
Title TECTURE: A Nonlinear Retrospect
Degree Master of Science
Department Architecture
Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title
Green, William R. Committee Chair
Dunay, Robert J. Committee Member
Schubert, Robert P. Committee Member
  • archi
  • tecture
Date of Defense 2001-04-25
Availability unrestricted
The nature of this hierarchical progression in design can be described as a triadic composition, where this composition has a relationship between one component to the next as a simultaneous progression. The first component plays a major role to the intermediate component, and the intermediate one plays a role to the last component, and finally the last component plays a major role to the first forming the triad. This can be applied into an operational mode of making or designing something. This tool for design studies helps to observe compositions, functional applications, and theoretical constructs. One example is on the structural level. It is critical to utilize systems and subsystems as they relate to the entire project.

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