Date of Submission

Spring 5-7-2021

Degree Type

Undergraduate Thesis

Degree Name

Bachelor of Architecture

Department

Architecture

Primary Advisor

MICHAEL CARROLL

Abstract

A THESIS ARGUING THE BASIC FUNCTION OF ARCHITECTURE IN ITS PRIMITIVE MEANS OF SHELTERING THE BODY AND THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT SHOULD BE INSTEAD RETHOUGHT TO THE INTERCONNECTION OF THE BODY AS A CONDUIT BETWEEN PHYSICAL EARTH AND THE COSMOS. ARCHITECTURE FOR CONNECTING THE PHYSICALITY AND MENTALITY OF HUMAN’S HIGHER SELF TO ITS SURROUNDING ENVIRONMENT, RETURNING TO WHAT THE ESSENCE OF ARCHITECTURE IS AND REDEFINING ITS PARAMETERS. IT WILL FORMULATE ITSELF AS A MEDIATION, NON-DENOMINATIONAL TEMPLE CENTER. IRONING OUT WHAT ARCHITECTURE MEANS MORE HOLISTICALLY THROUGH THE INTERPRETATIONS OF NATURE, COSMIC GEOMETRIES AND THE TUNING OF CONNECTION IN HUMANS TO THE UNIVERSE AND WITHIN THEMSELVES. RESONATING OFF A MULTITUDE OF DIMENSIONS OF ARCHITECTURE THROUGH PROPORTIONS, BALANCE, SYMMETRICAL PATTERNING IN ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN FOR THE INVESTIGATION OF ACHIEVING BALANCE. AN INTEGRATED BODY AND MIND EMERGING FROM THE ARCHITECTURAL IMPRINT FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE HUMAN SPECIES GOING FORWARD IN TIME. ARTICULATION OF SPATIAL CONFIGURATION AND OF SURFACES TO MANIFEST THIS CONNECTION TO HIGHER POWER AND IN REPOSITION OF THE MIND/BODY IN REFLECTION OF THIS CHANGE.

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Architecture Commons

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