Contextual Autonomous Architecture in Town Development Plans
Cerrone, Luke J.
Savannah, Georgia: Savannah College of Art and Design
Thesis (M.Arch.) -- Architecture
Savannah College of Art and Design -- Department of Architecture
Bibliography: pages 100-102
"This thesis aims to create an unrestricted adaptation of a hybrid building. The architecture will challenge the zoning ordinance to produce an achievable contextual autonomous architecture in a developing town plan. In the investigation of Hillsboro Beach's contextual town plan there were instabilities that were manifested by undeveloped properties and migratory residential movements. These studies will be done by exploring and testing alternative architecture solutions that challenge the town plan zoning and ordinances. Thus, resulting in a contextually autonomous architecture and contemporary form to sustain and uphold the economics and populace of the town. The reason of conception and design is to create, if not for one, a community for many, ranging in varying scale. The urban scape and architecture precedents can vary in size and influence among our everyday lives, and the idea is to distinguish the form and manner of coherence to implied efforts. The goal is to form a process for designing and developing mixed-use housing communities in the diverse south Florida market and creating an urban lifestyle attraction with derived themes to coaxed prosperous living conditions."
Keywords: contextual, autonomous, dichotomy, hybrid, datascapes
CHAIR: Singeisen, Scott R.
Ngo, Huy Sinh
Breistol, John H.
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