Title page for ETD etd-10172005-095641

Type of Document Master's Thesis
Author Al-Masri, Antoun Salim
Author's Email Address cua@vt.edu
URN etd-10172005-095641
Title Museum of Skin Instruments
Degree Master of Architecture
Department Architecture
Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title
Emmons, Paul F. Committee Chair
Holt, Jaan Committee Member
Kagawa, Ronald M. Committee Member
  • Structure
  • Museum
  • Skin Exploration
Date of Defense 2005-09-16
Availability unrestricted
Skin is a very broad topic that allows discovering and exploring all the possibilities of what skin can be. Furthermore, skin is much known for its flexibility that can shape and wrap almost every object we can think of. At the beginning of my thesis research about skin, I thought I knew enough about it to start, but I discovered later on that skin is not a surface. Moreover, I directed myself into exploring more and more about skin and its characteristics. I built many models to help me understand some of the natural identity of skin and related materials. Those models became a concept for my project - a museum of skin instruments - in Alexandria, Virginia where I implied the mechanism of different skin instruments in each building. Exploration and experiments were the key to develop my design process.
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