The primary objective of all MIT MArch thesis projects is to refine and expand the fields of architectural discourse and practice... Full theses are available on MIT's DSpace, individual project links follow below: Barry Beagen, The thesis examines the formal figuration of public space for a new agonistic public sphere within the contemporary condition of the late capitalist city where the space of massive interiors is a given.
and to seed, or at a minimum, to test, a possible trajectory both for architecture and for a generation of young architects who with their theses projects cross over into their professional careers as architects. In 2047, Hong Kong may very well see the end of the "One Party, Two Systems" set out after the return to China at the end of the British lease.
A learner scenario helps readers visualize the functionality of the platform.
To describe the platform's software architecture, the author provides conceptual data models, process flow models, and service group definitions.
” Urbanism asks, “What is a city and how does it work? A thesis in the School of Architecture and Planning at MIT often starts with “What if?
” Underlying the inquiry, however, is always another question: “What if? ”, proposing an alternative world that, through its own construction, explains a lot about the world it aims to improve.
The author provides detailed information on eight software applications within GLP, including specific learning benefits and features of each.
These applications include content maps, learning nuggets, and nugget recommendation algorithms.
This thesis also provides a discussion on the potential social impact of GLP in two areas: higher education institutions and the broader economy.
It focuses on the hidden mechanisms that construct or dissemble cities, setting the argument for lawmaking as an act of design.