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UMass Amherst / Thesis 2016 By University of Massachusetts Amherst
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The University of Massachusetts Amherst Department of Architecture provides an accessible, intellectually rigorous design education that firmly grounds students in the art and science of the built... More > environment. The interdisciplinary, collaborative program embraces spirited, socially progressive, and environmentally responsible design. As New England’s first public architecture program, the faculty and students engage the region through integrated teaching, research and outreach.The three semester-long Master of Architecture Thesis Program culminates in a comprehensive published research and design project. Full thesis documents corresponding to the work in this publication can be found at http://scholarworks.umass.edu/arch_theses/< Less
UMass Amherst Master of Architecture Thesis 2014 By Kathleen Lugosch
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This publication features thesis projects presented in April 2014 by the UMass Amherst Master of Architecture class of 2014.
Amherst Gateway Project By Department of Architecture University of Massachusetts Amherst
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This book presents concepts for a Town of Amherst – UMass Amherst Gateway Project developed by graduate students in Architecture and Landscape Architecture working in an interdisciplinary... More > studio. The gateway parcel is a critical transition zone between downtown Amherst and the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Our proposition is that, if properly developed, this parcel can play an important role in strengthening the ties between these two large entities, increasing economic development in the Northern section of downtown Amherst and providing opportunities for UMass students.< Less
Amherst Gateway Project By Nick Jeffway
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This book presents concepts for a Town of Amherst – UMass Amherst Gateway Project developed by graduate students in Architecture and Landscape Architecture working in an interdisciplinary... More > studio. The gateway parcel is a critical transition zone between downtown Amherst and the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Our proposition is that, if properly developed, this parcel can play an important role in strengthening the ties between these two large entities, increasing economic development in the Northern section of downtown Amherst and providing opportunities for UMass students.< Less
Amherst Gateway Project By Kathleen Lugosch, Mark Lindhult
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This book presents concepts for a Town of Amherst – UMass Amherst Gateway Project developed by graduate students in Architecture and Landscape Architecture working in an interdisciplinary... More > studio. The gateway parcel is a critical transition zone between downtown Amherst and the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Our proposition is that, if properly developed, this parcel can play an important role in strengthening the ties between these two large entities, increasing economic development in the Northern section of downtown Amherst and providing opportunities for UMass students.< Less
M.Arch 2015 By Kathleen Lugosch
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This is a collection of Master of Architecture Thesis projects at the University of Massachusetts Amherst Department of Architecture.
The Border Crossed Us By The Institute For Infinitely Small Things
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From April 20 to May 1, 2011, Institute for Infinitely Small Things divided the University of Massachusetts Amherst campus using a full-scale photographic reproduction of a section of the US-Mexico... More > border fence. This art installation used images of a section of a new vehicle border, installed in 2008, that divides the land of the Tohono O'odham, an indigenous tribe that has lived in the land long before the existence of the US, Mexico, the Gadsden Purchase, or Homeland Security. The fence sunders the community, disrupts ceremonial paths, desecrates sacred burial grounds and prevents members from receiving critical health services. Entitled 'The Border Crossed Us,' the Institute's project was a multi-faceted project that used the installation as a means to engage the campus of Umass Amherst and people whose lives have been affected by the fence. This book, with over 40 full-color pages of maps, photographs, and text, documents both the background of the project and its life on the campus of Umass Amherst.< Less
Sweetness and Light - Where There's Smoke bound paperback By Linda Griggs
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Published on the exhibition of "Sweetness and Light" and "Where There's Smoke" Hampden Gallery, UMASS Amherst September 19th through October 14th
Sweetness and Light - Where There's Smoke bound paperback By Linda Griggs
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Published on the exhibition of "Sweetness and Light" and "Where There's Smoke" Hampden Gallery, UMASS Amherst September 19th through October 14th
Building Linkages: Projects for Pynchon Plaza By Caryn Brause
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This book presents the work done in the inaugural Graduate Architecture Studio under the umbrella of the new UMass Amherst Design Center in Springfield in the Spring of 2010. The book showcases... More > student design work and examines the challenge of balancing the pedagogic objectives of the studio with community needs in a community-based design studio. The studio project, Pynchon Plaza, is a public park with a 40 ft topographic drop. It has the potential to be a prime physical connection between the Springfield’s cultural resources, it’s downtown and it’s river parks. The park has been gated for 20 of its 33 years. The studio developed short-term low-budget installations that could be implemented immediately to build sponsors for the site in advance of a full-scale reworking. Then long term architectural projects were studied that balanced the need of community members and residents, tourists and passersby, and stakeholders as yet unknown.< Less