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Master of Architecture (MArch)
In the new age of the sharing economy, the society is more connected than ever, but humanity has never been more disconnected from the environment and the natural world. This thesis begins with studying the dynamics of physical and non-physical systems, at all scales. Additionally, this thesis explores the physical and emotional connection to place, time, and memory. Finally, the goal of this thesis is to create spaces that reintroduce nature into architecture, and allow the inhabitant to experience the mystery and awe of the living systems.
Back, Rachel, "Proximity, interaction, and evolution : taking a deeper look at the systems around us" (2017). Masters Theses. 193.
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