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    • Scott, John
      This project addresses issues of ecological trauma by focusing on the aesthetics and cultural issues associated with it. This approach was chosen in place of suggesting technical solutions following Tim Morton's argument ...
    • Rampuria, Neha
      Echo Cancer Center is a project that will give architects an opportunity to design for the greater good and retrieve their relevance in an increasingly commercialized profession. This project provides enhanced care and a ...
    • Shah, Kinjal
      This project began with an investigation about creating an environment that facilitates the healing the process for mental health patients. The state of mental hospitals in current scenario lacks the continuum of care. To ...
    • Regenhub 
      Pennacchi, Alyssa
      The separation we have crafted over the years between the natural and built environment has come with many costs to our environmental and public health. Today, the average human spends about 87% of their time indoors. This ...
    • Radwan, Sahar
      Our urban experience is mainly divided by site boundaries and functions, where the in-between spaces are lost. By studying the hierarchy and relationships between the urban fabric parts, we can introduce a vibrant neighborhood ...
    • Orpinel, Darrion
      Traditionally, the well-being of animals and humans are kept as far away as possible, but what happens when these two types of facilities get close to one another? The One Health Model tackles exactly that by bringing ...
    • Olivarez, Christopher
      The project seeks to explore ideas that address the engagement that individuals have with historically charged buildings or monuments of their recent past. It focuses on the re-signification of an abandoned courthouse as ...
    • Martinez, Jessica
      The Genesis Rehabilitation Center will aim to provide a design that benefits the well-being of the patient and staff, while promoting recovery and allowing those that inhabit the space to feel good while doing so. This ...
    • Zavala, Sugey
      "The architect's role is to fight for a better world, where he/she can produce an architecture that serves everyone and not just a group of privileged people." - Oscar Niemeyer. Architecture should be inclusive, for all ...
    • Zapata, Karina
      Light can be controlled through six properties: intensity, color, angle, distribution, quality and movement. These properties can be combined to achieve three, distinct characters of light: focal glow, ambient luminescence, ...
    • Wilder, Danielle
      The community center provides a foundation through resources to Austin families experiencing any kind of loss of home, job, or financial stability. An intergenerational support system is a vital part of the Center's ...
    • Vu, Brian
      Supertall and Megatall structures, buildings defined as being 300 meters (984 feet) or taller and 600 meters (1968 feet) or taller, respectively, by the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat, are one of the most ...
    • Li, Yangzao
      The project name is THE POWER OF NATURE. The topic of the project is an Outpatient Care Center located in a sanatorium resort, which focuses on providing concierge medicine for VIP clients all over the world through ...
    • Li, Ruomeng
      This project is intended to propose an active, attractive, and innovative lifestyle for older peoples, and motivate the interaction between nature and people.
    • Garza Reza, Oscar
      Rethinking the box explores the idea of revitalizing a vacant grocery store using a more human- and nature-centered approach to create a residential development that promotes social interaction, diversity, environmental ...
    • Kim, Nari
      An orphanage is an institution where children who are not protected by their families are housed in groups. Many orphanages remain in South Korea although there are problems of collective children living. The project intends ...
    • Grimes, Aaron
      Modular Regeneration is a communal hub that integrates the physical, social, and cultural environment rebuilding the identify and sense of place in Northwest Goldberg. Located in the Northwest Detroit area, considered ...
    • Gajera, Surilkumar
      Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) stated in 2019 that every year the U.S. receives 130 million patients in emergency department visits. Out of which 16.2 million patients visits result in hospital admissions ...
    • Outpost 
      Garibay, Luis
      Salutogenics is an approach to human health that examines the factors contributing to the promotion and maintenance of physical and mental well-being rather than disease with particular emphasis on the coping mechanism of ...
    • Fairuz, Elham
      The mosque is the Muslim community's religious space. Why is this book interested in mosques, and specifically, why is the interest in the practices of the community? To answer these questions, we will need a little ...