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  • 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 ...
  • 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?
  • 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 ...
  • Freiberg, Kirstyn (University of Oregon, Dept. of Architecture, Portland Program, 2005-12)
    Non-traditional families have a unique set of needs that are rarely addressed by their living environment. If we are going to start designing for these families we first need to understand who these families are, and ...
  • Heimdahl, Jon (University of Oregon, Dept. of Architecture, Portland Program, 2005-12)
    Museums have strayed from their intended mission of preserving and displaying art into a tool for economic and corporate interests.
  • Grabski, Manfred (University of Oregon, Dept. of Architecture, Portland Program, 2005-12)
    Desert plants are well suited for green roofs in the Pacific Northwest.
  • KiHyun, Kim (University of Oregon, Dept. of Architecture, Portland Program, 2005-12)
    Green space is an alternative for rails.
  • Feuerborn, Glen J. (University of Oregon, Dept. of Architecture, Portland Program, 2005-12)
    An analysis of the feasibility of an urban architecture program that focuses on a community based design-build education. The pedagogy of the University of Auburn's "Rural Studio" is the precedence for this particular ...
  • DeLuca, Elizabeth (University of Oregon, Dept. of Architecture, Portland Program, 2005-12)
    What is a more successful prototype for an exercise facility?
  • Wasmer, Brienne (University of Oregon, Dept. of Architecture, Portland Program, 2005-12)
    Architects have to ability to generate a new identity for the homeless because they can design a variety of shelters that promote and project individuality, self-sufficiency and dignity.
  • Landry, Cassandra (University of Oregon, Dept. of Architecture, Portland Program, 2005-12)
    What sustainable building systems work in the harsh climate of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula?
  • Barrett, Justin (University of Oregon, Dept. of Architecture, Portland Program, 2005-12)
    By assessing the lifestyles and correlated purchasing habits of the poor, hopeful retail strategies emerge that explore how the insertion of new services into underprivileged areas can support the low-income minority groups ...
  • Braun, Elise; Cooper, Thomas; Surguine, Marsie (University of Oregon, Dept. of Architecture, Portland Program, 2019)
    The presence of air contaminants, such as fine particulate matter generated by transportation and other outdoor sources is linked to adverse effects on human health such as asthma, headaches, and irritation in the eyes ...
  • O’Halloran, Simone; Kazeminejad, Yasmin (University of Oregon, Dept. of Architecture, Portland Program, 2019)
    Whole Building Life Cycle Assessments (WBLCA) are helpful tools in the evaluation of the environmental impacts of all of the components in a building. Inputs (like material extraction and manufacturing) and outputs (such ...
  • Bain, Olivia; Montiel, Michelle; Summers, Lily; Yauk, Michael (University of Oregon, Dept. of Architecture, Portland Program, 2019)
    Designing for acoustics in relation to human health is becoming an increasingly relevant topic in the architectural profession. In an office environment, auditory stimuli such as the sound of traffic, office chatter, or ...
  • Rager, Bentley; Martin, Katherine (University of Oregon, Dept. of Architecture, Portland Program, 2019)
    This paper presents the results conducted from observing shade configurations and daylighting levels within an affordable housing bedroom unit. We conducted mainly qualitative data as the residents of the 82nd and Orchard ...
  • Naganuma, Lindsey; Wimer, Isaac (University of Oregon, Dept. of Architecture, Portland Program, 2019)
    The more we learn about natural light’s direct correlation to microbiology and its ability to regulate the production and growth of bacteria, the more the topic brings into question the effect electric light has on indoor ...
  • Pici, Nico; Pieper, Jordan (University of Oregon, Dept. of Architecture, Portland Program, 2019)
    Daylight is essential to human productivity. It has been shown that if we do not receive enough daylight, our health and well-being is negatively affected. However, an overabundance of daylight into the indoors can make ...

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