Date of Award
Master of Architecture (MArch)
A thesis is original.
A thesis for me is the process of finding my hidden voice toward society and making it stands in my own language. Not saying the first or second language I speak, but the unique language that I have created after years of learning and experiences in both the Architecture field and across the other disciplines. A thesis then introduces it to the world.
A thesis is living in the present, it reveals the current stage of my perception of big concerns towards the world-scale phenomenon and my focus towards how it relates to the individuals like me or who I might know.
As we were restricted to stay in our own homes due t o the COVID-19 pandemic, the spaces where we once spent a few waking hours now encapsulate most of our existence. Our relationship with dwelling and the community has unconsciously changed as a result.
My thesis considers the life of the elderly during the pandemic within the dwelling and community as experienced in an aging neighborhood located in Beijing, China.
Guo, Eve Huining, "Architecture of aging care: a field through architectural innovation" (2021). Masters Theses. 644.
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