Authors/Contributors

Cassandra E. Biehl

Document Type

Thesis, Senior

Publication Date

2010

Degree

B. ARCH

Keywords

Manhattan, rear window ethics, Washington Square VIllage, architecture and film, montage

Language

English

Disciplines

Architecture

Description/Abstract

"Cinematheque Hitchcock will despense with predisposed architectural and societal tendencies toward the segregation of the public and private realms inherent in Rear Window Ethics.

Through a cinematographic montage of action/reaction and juxtaposition of the:

public/private

Villagers/NYU and

land/sky dwellers,

Architecture will create and continually generate permutations of visual and sensorial urban stories in Washington Square Village, producing the Theatrics of Congestion."

Additional Information

Advisors: David Salomon / Randall Korman

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