|Document Type:||Master's Thesis|
|Name:||Stephen John Kredell|
|Title:||SEEING THROUGH A WALL|
|Degree:||Master of Architecture|
|Committee Chair:||Joseph Mashburn|
|Committee Members:||V. Hunter Pittman|
|Keywords:||built form/natural form/built nature, datum, in-between, constructing links|
|Date of defense:||March 10, 1997|
|Availability:||Release the entire work for Virginia Tech access only.
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Architecture possesses the ability to evoke wonder in the everyday. This thesis and project mark the beginning of the study of an architecture that reveals this poetic dimension of the everyday. In an increasingly standardized world, how can architecture maintain, heighten or instill sense of place? How can the architect make the program architectural? How can architecture truly re-present rather than degrade everyday life?
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