Date of Award

Spring 5-30-2017

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Master of Architecture (MArch)

Department

Architecture

First Advisor

Christopher Bardt

Second Advisor

Brett Schneider

Third Advisor

Jonathan Knowles

Abstract

My thesis investigates the dialogue between the act of writing and the process of making: the spatiality of the literary dimension versus the architectural dimension, through creating an invisible city. It is a self-reflexive process in which the storyline and the structure of writing affects how the casts are designed, while in reverse the process of making directs the trajectory of the story. It is a narrative project that lives in both media, and deals with the difficulties that come out of the different directions.

Consciously working with intuition, and exploring roots in every decision made, as if diagnosing my own dream, comes challenging, but it leads to an organic understanding of how I work, as an observer, a writer, and a designer.

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