Date of Submission
Bachelor of Architecture
Professor Zamila Karimi, MArch. MFA
Dr. M. Saleh Uddin, Ph.D.
This thesis explores architecture explicitly programmed for the uniqueness in Clarkston’s multicultural population diversity and their needs for assimilation where current resources are fragmented and some non-existent, lacking a real sense of community. I am proposing a master plan and a building to cater to the refugee families’ adaptation to America in a social, economic, educational and cultural context where diverse groups of people can co-exist to better assimilate into society.