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Master of Architecture (M.Arch.)
Year Degree Awarded
Month Degree Awarded
Architecture, Design, Generative, Carnival, Museum
Morphogenesis A Museum proposal for the Carnival of Blacks and Whites. Today, museums are principally designed as regards their use, urban design and function, but it can also be seen as cultural instrument, capable of serving contemporary architecture’s demands and being a landmark for people’s cultural-values. Morphogenesis is an architectural methodology used to analyze a new concept for a museum by studying traditions developed in a popular festivity: The Carnival of Blacks and Whites. This methodology is a medium of engaging regenerative architecture into a carnival world with the purpose of designing a new museum capable of balancing new trends of avant-gardism and functionality.
Advisor(s) or Committee Chair
Thom Long, Ray K. Mann Skender Luarasi