Title

Euro

Authors/Contributors

Ryan A. Doyle

Document Type

Thesis, Senior

Publication Date

Spring 2009

Degree

B. ARCH

Keywords

European Union, architecture and politics, part to whole, cultural identity, collective vs individual

Language

English

Disciplines

Architecture

Description/Abstract

"How does Europe represent its idealized form as a whole... and is flexible enough to represent its changing interests? By organizing these functions through their identities, a legibile yet changing whole emerges.

How does Europe represent its idealized form as a whole... that distinguishes itself within its urban position, and is flexible enough to represent ies changing interests? By shaping its identifiable image into a clear form, a legible yet changing whole emerges."

How does Europe represent its idealized form as a whole... that participates in the public realm, awhile maintaining the identities of its parts? By conforming its idealized image to the urban block, a whole emerges that presents a singular image and allows for individual representation, resulting in a flexible identity of both the whole and its parts."

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