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  • Jean von Bargen (University of Oregon, Dept. of Architecture, Portland Program, 2006-12)
    Often times, museums and non-government organizations work towards the same goal, however use different methods. What can be accomplished when the two come together to reach their collective goals?
  • Hill, Sienna G. (University of Oregon, Dept. of Architecture, Portland Program, 2006-12)
    An investigation into the processes and time spans required to convert the industrially contaminated McCormick & Baxter site in Portland into a viable site for a public building. The cleanup, sponsored by the EPA's Superfund ...
  • LaFreniere, Sean (University of Oregon, Dept. of Architecture, Portland Program, 2006-12)
    This paper will focus on the Christopher Alexander identified pattern: Old People Everywhere (ALEX). The rising tide of senior citizens, the implications of solitude on health and wellbeing, and the increasing cost ...
  • Stewart, Kelli (University of Oregon, Dept. of Architecture, Portland Program, 2006-12)
    In Las Vegas, where the most abundant green resource is in the pockets of its users, a sustainable building is not a priority. However, in an uninhabitable ecoregion such as this, a fusion of green buildings with resort ...
  • Jean von Bargen (University of Oregon, Dept. of Architecture, Portland Program, 2006-12)
    A precedent study can reveal successful (or unsuccessful) examples of what has been built in the past to help guide what will be built in the future. This analysis covers three international relief agencies' uniqueness ...
  • Soens, Brannon (University of Oregon, Dept. of Architecture, Portland Program, 2006-12)
    A research paper examining the deficiencies experienced by underprivileged people with regards to computing and access to the internet. Topics include income, race and education.
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Meyers, Daniel S. (University of Oregon, Dept. of Architecture, Portland Program, 2006-12)
    This paper surveys the suitability of the site at 1720 SW Naito Parkway for the location of a new regional center for the humanities, including a rare books library. Important issues with regard to suitability include ...
  • Jean von Bargen (University of Oregon, Dept. of Architecture, Portland Program, 2006-12)
    The Centennial Mills Framework Plan outlines how the City of Portland views the relationship between the urban Centennial Mills site and the nature surrounding it. While the plan begins to offer a strong environmental ...
  • Goodmonson, Greer A. (University of Oregon, Dept. of Architecture, Portland Program, 2006-12)
    Civic use areas and industrial areas are typically physically separated in the city. What happens when these two uses intimately mix? Looking at specific examples where civic use occurs in a predominately industrial area, ...
  • McGuirl, James Casey (University of Oregon, Dept. of Architecture, Portland Program, 2006-12)
    The history and development of the Treasure Island Development Authority has lended its way to the values that are needed for the redevelopment of Treasure Island. All the way from the hands of the Federal Government, ...
  • 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 ...
  • McDonald, Brooks (University of Oregon, Dept. of Architecture, Portland Program, 2006-12)
    A values matrix is a valuable tool in defining an architectural problem. Here, such a matrix is used to influence programming and architectural decisions for the design of the Kreutzberg Marketplace in Berlin which emphasizes ...
  • Miller, Steven M. (University of Oregon, Dept. of Architecture, Portland Program, 2006-12)
    An analysis of the site at 1933 West Burnside Street, Portland, Oregon and its feasibility as the location of a new public Mediatheque. The paper looks at the history, connection to transit, nearby neighborhoods, local ...
  • White, Tommy (University of Oregon, Dept. of Architecture, Portland Program, 2006-12)
    For those of us captivated by the power of the sea, marine mammals emerge as a natural focus of attention in curtailing the daily impact of mankind. This negative impact that humans have on the marine ecosystem is ...
  • Petretti, Amanda (University of Oregon, Dept. of Architecture, Portland Program, 2006-12)
    The Lents Town Center in Portland, Oregon necessitates a catalyst to effect change. In order to stimulate revitalization of this historic neighborhood, I propose a mixed-use development integrally tied to mass-transportation. ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...

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