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    • Harlow Hotel 

      Kirkwood, Bill; Fernandez, Maggie (University of Oregon, Dept. of Architecture, Portland Program, 2009)
    • Healing Spaces: Nature and the Spa 

      Anonymous (University of Oregon, Dept. of Architecture, Portland Program, 2006-12)
      Healing spaces can be achieved by various methods to enhance and promote health and well being in connection with not only healthcare facilities but a hydrotherapy spa resort as well. By providing holistic methods for ...
    • Health and Healing Through Water 

      Ebner, Kevin (University of Oregon, Dept. of Architecture, Portland Program, 2005-12)
      Despite technological and medical advances of recent centuries does water still have the capacity to effectively promote good health and healing naturally?
    • Helping Non-profits Help San Francisco 

      Handly, Arthur (University of Oregon, 2013)
      The primary goal of the Mission Street Development Project is to bring San Francisco closer to earthquake resiliency by providing a secure site for ‘essential city services.’ By providing a seismically strengthened ...
    • High Speed Ground Transportation for North America 

      Jean von Bargen (University of Oregon, Dept. of Architecture, Portland Program, 2006-12)
      An argument for the creation of high speed ground transportation in the United States, based partly on a European model of high speed rail development. Examines historic, environmental, social and economical factors in ...
    • Homogenization/Fragmentation: Can Skateboarding Influence Big Box Design? 

      Flood, Ian (University of Oregon, Dept. of Architecture, Portland Program, 2005-12)
      The city is a producer of two types; Homogenization (sameness) and Fragmentation (difference)! This dichotomy is a balance that must be struck to sustain a city’s cultural identity. Homogenization is something epitomized ...
    • Hood River Maker's Market 

      Jensen, Colin (University of Oregon, 2013)
      Hood River Maker's Market plan includes site plan for public market, production area, exhibition hall and other public spaces.
    • How is wine produced? 

      Nguyen, Trang T. (University of Oregon, Dept. of Architecture, Portland Program, 2006-12)
      Wine making has been around for thousands of years and has been interpreted and molded into an art. There are five components, or steps to making wine: harvesting, crushing and pressing, fermentation, clarification, and ...
    • Hungarian Ministry of Local and Regional Development Energy Program 

      Toole, Daniel C. (University of Oregon, Dept. of Architecture, Portland Program, 2007-12-04)
      This is a preliminary energy scheme for a new ministry building with social amenities in the heart of contemporary Budapest.
    • Importance of Proximity to Urban Natural Areas 

      McLaughlin, David (University of Oregon, Dept. of Architecture, Portland Program, 2006-12)
      People inherently desire to have some sort of interaction with the natural environment in all of its forms. This study intended to examine the role that proximity to natural areas has on people in the workplace, by performing ...
    • Industrial Adaptive Reuse for Riverside Grain Distribution Facility in Portland Oregon 

      Mason, Michael (University of Oregon, Dept. of Architecture, Portland Program, 2008-12-09)
      Part of a larger study, this document specifically studies the existing and future uses for the Rose Quarter in Portland, Oregon. This study is set against the backdrop of redeveloping the grain distribution facility on ...
    • Industrialists dominate, agrarians accommodate 

      Bittner, Nicholas (University of Oregon, Dept. of Architecture, Portland Program, 2005-12)
      Abstract: Agrarians painstakingly accommodate to the realities of life and death in the effort to husband the health and long-term productivity of the land. The buildings and landscapes erected by these like-minded ...
    • The Influence of Community Structure in American Cities 

      Jean von Bargen (University of Oregon, Dept. of Architecture, Portland Program, 2006-12)
      As American cities continue to develop over the course of the 21st century, suburban growth will either keep sprawling, or we will invert our development efforts and face the growing pains. With over half of humanity ...
    • Influence of Neighborhood Plans on Private Development 

      Jensen, Kelsey (University of Oregon, Dept. of Architecture, Portland Program, 2008)
      The Conway property in North West Portland is a former industrial area, zoned very liberally. Conway has hired consultants that proposed a high density development similar to that of the Pearl district. The density unease's ...
    • International Rescue Committee Regional Offices 

      Kociolek, Emily S. (University of Oregon, Dept. of Architecture, Portland Program, 2007-12-04)
      This project includes a theoretical energy program for an architectural thesis project in its schematic phase. The building's program is a new regional office for the International Refugee Committee. This organization ...
    • Is the face of library changing with the onset of digital technology? 

      Prabhakar, Chitra (University of Oregon, Dept. of Architecture, Portland Program, 2008)
      This brief paper looks into how and why traditional libraries are changing with the impact of digital technology.
    • Library, Outreach & Technology Center Monograph 

      Wilson, Richard H. (University of Oregon, 2013)
      Strength emerges from the roots of Gresham, Oregon to be the place-making anchor for a city that lacks definition. A gang and community outreach center will serve as a secondary major function within the library. And ...
    • The Lloyd District Transportation Independence Plan 

      Wilson, Richard H. (University of Oregon, 2014)
    • Location, Location, Location: An Appropriate Location for a Community Art Center 

      Foote, Kathryn (University of Oregon, Dept. of Architecture, Portland Program, 2006-12)
      They say location is everything. Well, what makes a good location? This work examines the aspects of a neighborhood that make it suitable for a community art center. Factors such as demographics, need, and expressed ...