Since autumnthe Master studies Architecture will feature two new thematic focus areas:
I have been asked to present the topics for my fifth year thesis. So, I have been thinking about what topics interest me the most.
Manipulating the human psychology with architecture, especially through sound, light, texture, etc. I think that the studies on the architectural marvels of ancient India, Greece, Rome, etc.
However, I am not sure if this is an effective topic or what kind of design proposal should I apply this research on. Moreover, I have always wanted to work on something that makes a remarkable change in the society.
Does a thesis on my intended topic have a scope of contributing to that??
All suggestions and crits are welcome. Thank you in advance Oct 14, 13 Here is a little excerpt from an essay I wrote: Experience can be sensory or emotional; it can constitute amusement, satisfaction, indifference or displeasure.
Feel free to use my views, I think its somewhere up your alley. Is this thing not moderated? Oct 15, 13 8: Thank u very much.
Oct 16, 13 Im also reading that book Corrections and Collections which is sort of depressing so far but good. Who knows where your research will take you but it seems like a good topic with lots of possibilities. Oct 16, 13 3: I must say that ur comment has also got me rethinking on another interest of mine It deals with how psychology plays an important role in the crime rate of a neighborhood and also how low cost housing can prove to become a social hazard if not handled thoughtfully.
The Pruitt-Igoe project was designed by a prominent architect back in the day and the entire project was demolished in just twenty years.
It's something that makes you want to stop and think about how it might have been back then. There's a documentary about the project. You should try watching it. Oct 17, 13 5: I always appreciate when students do projects on experience that are based in practical application.
I am very skeptical of the atmospheric and installation based 'architecture' projects I've seen in recent years. Oct 17, 13 We have a similar topic! I also investigated about Architecture appealing to the 5 senses, how it affects the users. I focused heavily on "Holistic Architecture".
Anyway, your topic is something you should really like or must be inclined to it.These projects are assigned to thematic focus areas.
It is possible to study with a specialization by choosing certain elective courses and projects. By taking at least one project, 27 credits of elective modules and the Master’s thesis in a focus area, these fields of .
This is known as thematic structure. 3 The textual metafunction We may assume that in all languages the clause has the character of a message it has some form of organization giving it the status of a communicative event. But there are different ways Master s Thesis Functional_Grammar.
Master of Architecture Independent Thesis Option Guidelines, Part 1: Thesis Option Selection Page 3 The selection of the Supervisory Committee can be particularly important to the success of the thesis. The master's thesis is the result of the student's individual performance and must be proof of the capability for independent design work (see art.
ff. of the Academic Regulations for the master's degree programme in architecture). The Master Thesis is a the final important component of the entire Postgraduate Master Programme.
Beside of subse quently described competences to be proved the choice of the right topic is releasing a process in which students gain. You should write a Master’s thesis proposal (6 - 8 pages) that describes the ideas and design questions that you developed in research, literature review and case studies, some preliminary analysis, and the project you wish to pursue in design.