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  • 35TH BRONZEVILLE·IIT SOCIAL CONDENSER 

    HYESUN, JEONG (2012-12)
    The transit station at IIT is mono-functional, lacking connections to place or programs that engage flows of people passing in and out of the neighborhood. Due to this fact, campus areas around the transit station become ...
  • Achipelago the Future City 

    Song, Gil Ryong (2011-12)
    We are in search for many who are thinking about the methods of achieving an international sustainable environment internationally. The low carbon green city is one of the most advanced models to deal with thus related ...
  • ADAPTATION AND RENOVATION OF SCHULZE BAKERY TO A MIXED USE BUILDING 

    Al-Guneid, Wigdan (2011-05)
    Holding focus on techinics and strategies of development arc, a landmark building on the south side of Chicago will be re-adapted and transformed from a bakery to a much needed mixed use building.
  • Adaptive Building Skin 

    Kim, Minjae (2010-05-01)
    City is made up of diversity and density. Diverse factors make activities and different relationships in a city. These are very sensitive to other factors’ changes. Their various responses make city dynamic and finally ...
  • Adaptive Reuse Hybrid Development 

    Jarzabkowski, Henry (2011-05)
    Producing and designing a prototype hybrid use development strategy for a neighboring pair of preexisting historical building in Chicago’s North side community of Lakeview.
  • ADVANCEMENTS IN SUSTAINABLE CONCRETE PRACTICES AND THEIR POTENTIAL IMPACT ON DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION 

    VILLA, JACQUELINE (2012-12)
    Concrete is one of the most widely used construction materials in the world, and Portland Cement is the most commonly used cement in the industry. Manufacturing materials are dependent on research and industry specification ...
  • Aeroponic Agriculture in Chicago 

    Maceachen, Charles (2010-07-29)
  • Agricultural Rehabilitation Tower 

    Garcia, Rodrigo; Lee, Jennifer (2011-05)
    to create a vertical community bound together by two key issues/requirements in Korean society: urban agriculture and mental health care to create a ‘vertical façade farm’ capable of producing 156 tons of vegetables ...
  • All Season Recreation Center 

    Grebliunas, Eric (2012-05)
    The center is a celebration of Chicago's unique seasonal opportunities and will encourage the inherent entertainment nature provides. This is a structurally determinate project.
  • Alleviating Homelessness in Chicago 

    DeGroff, Justin (2011-05)
    Alleviating homelessness in Chicago through the creation of a network of self-sufficient, revenue generating support nodes.
  • AMERICA'S NEW HOME 

    KLINGER, RYAN J. (2013-05)
    The role of the American nuclear single-family home has shifted significantly in the past 100 years.It began with the introduction and expanded availability of the automobile by Henry Ford in 1908. Though private ownership ...
  • APPLICATION OF LONG SPAN TRUSSES AND THEIR INTERACTION WITH ATHLETIC PROGRAM AND OCCUPANT AWARENESS 

    MARSHALL, KRISTEN (2011-12)
    The athletic facility at the Illinois Institute of Technology is currently insufficient for not only the school’s varsity athletes, but also for the school’s club teams and student body. A larger facility is needed to ...
  • Architectural Considerations for Lunar Long Duration Habitat 

    Bahrami, Payam (2011-07)
    The future of space exploration science and technology is expected to move toward long duration missions. During this long duration missions the most important factor to success will be the habitation system, the place ...
  • Architectural Hybrid Studio 

    Emery, Jake (2012-05)
    The innovative institute blends the professionalism of the city with the teachings of a studio-based architecture school in the neighborhood of Bronzeville. Thus, this helps the students become exposed to the real world ...
  • Architecture and the Void: Perceptible Formlessness 

    Hindley, Douglas (2010-07-29)
  • ART ECO, CHONGMING ISLAND, CHINA 

    THADHANI, MONIKA (2011-05)
    Architecture has always been the result of the delicate balance between art and science & form and function. This thesis project simply embraces this belief by creating a museum and its distinctive form collectively with ...
  • artiFACT: Art & Cinema Center, Rethinking of Contextuality through Boundaries 

    Aldallal, Mohamed Enis (2011-05)
    Boundary: Sight and Access: Breaking the programmatic elements into fragments allows responding to different contextual forces. Engaging those forces to create a site-specific design can be achieved by means ...
  • ASSESSMENT METHODS AND TOOLS FOR ARCHITECTURAL CURRICULA 

    MARRIOTT, CHRISTINE A. (2012-05)
    This research explores the process of assessment within the arena of architectural education by questioning traditional assessment practices and probing into the conditions that necessitate change. As architectural ...
  • BEYOND THE GREEN IDEAL - RESHAPING CHICAGO SOUTH LOOP 

    HOEFLICH BRUNE, VIVIAN ELIESE (2015-12)
    Analyzing the growing metropolis, this research questions the relation between the built and open environment on its process of densification. Urban areas depend upon landscape and broader natural areas to be sustained. ...