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Objective Validation of Airport Terminal Architecture using Agent-based Simulations
Care as Architectural Practice
The Integrated Design Process: Construction Managements Influence on Project Development
THE RE-AMORTIZATION ACT: A MATERIAL DURATIONAL AGENDA FOR CONSERVATION
More than a "Thing-in-Itself": An Inquiry into Work through the Interrelations of Making, Material, and Design
Three MArch students will present their thesis work to panels of committee members and internal and external critics. Please see the booklet for individual thesis presentations.
If you would like to attend the thesis presentations, please contact the Architecture Graduate Office for the Microsoft Teams link.
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