Disaster Relief and Environmental Architectures: Architectural Responses to Globally Impacting Issues

Perrone, Julie C.

Written specifically for the architectural studies major, this thesis investigates architectural responses to disaster relief and other environmental issues, issues that fall out of the realm of human control. It investigates the approaches used thus far, the efficacy of implementations thus far, and questions the concept of design and what architecture is at base.

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Undergraduate honors theses
Senior honors thesis.
Tufts University. Department of Art and Art History.
Architectural design.
Architecture--Environmental aspects.
Sustainable architecture.
Disaster relief.
Architecture and society.
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