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archawai'I School Design: Incorporating Involving College Principles

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Title: archawai'I School Design: Incorporating Involving College Principles
Authors: Fukumoto, Duane Victor
Advisor: Llewellyn, Clark
Issue Date: Dec 2013
Abstract: The archawai`i School Design aims to create a design renovation alternative based on the principles of Involving Colleges and student engagement. The focus of the project is on creating or redesigning spaces at archawai`i to encourage more interactions between students, and students and faculty outside of studio and classrooms. Methods of determining the design include interpretative historical research on student engagement in relation to college design, case study research of technical implementation, observational research, and through professional counsel, produce a viable design direction for archawai`i. I expect that this project will be a viable piece of knowledge for the University of Hawai`i School of Architecture to further its mission to inspire transformative design with preeminence in the Asia-Pacific region (University of Hawai‘i Mānoa School of Architecture 2012).
Pages/Duration: 219 pages
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/45650
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