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Adaptable Architecture: Architecture That Responds to Changing Needs

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Jacob Windschitl Thesis Book.pdf
Title: Adaptable Architecture: Architecture That Responds to Changing Needs
Author: Windschitl, Jacob
Abstract: This thesis explores the use of adaptable architecture and its ability to change to diverse program and user needs. By using flexible and kinetic components in the design of a performing arts center, it can expand the functions of the structure for the client, to provide for todays need and tomorrows. The infrastructure of the building is designed to provide longevity. This theater is a display of adaptable architecture to the community of Duluth, Minnesota.
Date: 2013-05
Subject: Centers for the performing arts.
Architectural design.
Duluth (Minn.)
Minnesota.
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/22843

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