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51 Smuin, MeaganLos Angeles technology forum: connect, synthesize, disseminateIn a world where technological development is driven by commercial and political motives, the new technologies being developed cater to the wants of the wealthy and powerful, while the basic needs of most humans are not being met. There must be an effort made to connect the needs of the people and ...Communication; Technology and society2006
52 Jenson, SaraMagna through timeIn the city of Magna, there are a growing number of new neighborhoods, and almost all new communities are surrounded by a wall. Nonconforming paths to cul-de-sacs are tied together by a border wall allowing only a few exits. By creating a perimeter around a housing area and limiting the amount of pu...Urban crime; Walled neighborhoods2007
53 Lyman, R; AnthonyMaster of architecture final studio project - Springdale Winery Springdale, Utah
54 Park, KeunhyunMeasuring Dynamics of Public Space Use Using Unmanned Aerial VehiclesObservation is one of the classic, essential methods of studying the interaction between people and places. A systematic direct observation fosters researchers' understanding of urban public life in an objective and measurable way. In direct observation, a researcher observes the activities of human...Urban planning; Behavioral sciences; Landscape architecture2018
55 Hamidi, ShimaMeasuring metropolitan form: remaking urban form for sustainabilitySprawl versus compactness has been one of the biggest debates of our time in urban planning. Is sprawl good or bad for us? How does it affect people's quality of life, such as transportation, housing affordability, and access to healthy food? The first step to answer these questions is to develop a ...Compactness; Food deserts; Growth Management; housing Affordablity; Polycentricity; Sprawl2015-08
56 Vazquez, Antonia SaavedraMexican cultural center: cultural integration through architectureFrom the Project Description: "Mexican immigrants come to the U.S. and do the hard and messy jobs that a lot of other people in the U.S. do not want to do while only getting paid minimum wage, at times less than that...They have to sacrifice quality time with family and miss out of some of the most ...Cultural facilities; Designs; Plans2006-05
57 Hajrasouliha, Amir hosseinThe morphology of the "well-designed campus": campus design for a sustainable and livable learning environmentThis dissertation highlights the impact of campus form on certain university objectives, such as student satisfaction, learning outcomes, safety, and sustainability. I theorized the concept of the "Well-Designed Campus" from the current practice of campus planning and design in the United States of ...Campus; Higher Education; Master plan; Morphology; Retention; Structural Equation Modeling2015-08
58 Garlick, RyanNatural water systems: before & afterEnvironmentalism as a way of thinking is evolving in our culture. Mainstream society no longer sees the Earth merely as a resource for human consumption.Water conservation; Environment2007
59 Ireland, KristenNaturopathic healing center: Portland, OregonI would like to design a Naturopathic Healing Center. This center will focus upon two primary ideas, the first is the Philosophy; and principles of naturopathic medicine and the second focuses on how nature can aid the healing process. This facility will offer a unique environment in which patient...Alternative medicine; Naturopathy2006
60 Pierson, MartyNew lodge for the Kostopulos Dream Foundation: Emigration Canyon, Salt Lake City, UtahPeople with disabilities in our society are taking significant strides in being recognized for their abilities instead of their limitations. There has been a dramatic paradigm shift over the last 20 years that has allowed those with disabilities to gain access to all aspects of our built environ...Disabled people; Access; Recreation2006
61 Dolan, MichaelNight.jpgDesign for a fitness environment. Abstract includes background information on physiological and psychological benefits of exercise.Sandy Fitness Environment, Sandy City, Utah;Recreation centers; Designs; Plans2007
62 Wright, HeatherNot for sale: human trafficking awareness center, New York City highline2011
63 Soto, MelinaNYC highline hip hop center2011
64 Kendell, BrianOgden community identity center: rediscovering Ogden through the collaboration of its citizensThroughout its history, Ogden City has had a very diverse and unique community when compared with the rest of Utah. The introduction of the railroad into the city brought an explosion of growth and attracted many people not of the previously dominant LDS community. With this influx of people ca...Ogden, Utah; Population diversity2006
65 Hintze, MatthewOrganic farmingThe urban landscape in the Salt Lake valley has been tremendously altered due to the growth and development of industry. The past has shown that when there are natural resources in the land, they will determine the built environment and its future. All major cities in the United States have been ...Urban landscape; Farming--Salt Lake Valley2007
66 Dolan, MichaelPlans.jpgDesign for a fitness environment. Abstract includes background information on physiological and psychological benefits of exercise.Sandy Fitness Environment, Sandy City, Utah;Recreation centers; Designs; Plans2007
67 Croxford, PrestonPlato Wines"Nothing lives long, only the earth and the mountains..." An old Cheyenne saying was heard And as this thought filtered through my brain Emotions deep inside me were spurred Perhaps what we think we thought we knew Maybe we don't really know The lasting effects of man's built world On the things tha...Platonic forms; Wineries; Space2009
68 Holbrook, JohnPolitical music forum: Washington, D.C.Music has been used throughout time as a tool to document history, emotion, fictional stories, and even political agendas. The influence of music spreads these ideas into a realm that most people either connect or disconnect from, but in either case there is a reaction.Political music; Social causes2006
69 Dolan, MichaelPresentation02.jpgDesign for a fitness environment. Abstract includes background information on physiological and psychological benefits of exercise.Sandy Fitness Environment, Sandy City, Utah;Recreation centers; Designs; Plans2007
70 Wright, NedPrinceton graduate housing2011
71 Huntsman, ChrisPrinceton Graduate Housing2011
72 Seppi, JessicaPrinceton University new graduate housing2011
73 Dolan, MichaelQuarter INCH.jpgDesign for a fitness environment. Abstract includes background information on physiological and psychological benefits of exercise.Sandy Fitness Environment, Sandy City, Utah;Recreation centers; Designs; Plans2007
74 Bouwhuis, RobReal Salt Lake soccer stadium: dynamic structural expression in downtown Salt Lake CityProfessional sports have played an important role in public life in cities across the country and around the world. The recent arrival of the Real Salt Lake soccer team to Salt Lake City is helping to create another dimension of public life within the city.Professional sports; Stadiums2006
75 Dolan, MichaelSandy Fitness Environment, Sandy City, UtahDesign for a fitness environment. Abstract includes background information on physiological and psychological benefits of exercise.Recreation centers; Designs; Plans2007
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