thesis methodology, pedagogy, materials, New Brutalism, architectural installation, urban installation, bus stop design
"It is the continued contention of this thesis that through material investigations that attempt to dissolve the perceived boundary between the acts of art, design, and construction, an architecture student can offer a significantly robust demonstration of their competency as an architect in training. Furthermore, such an investigation, carried out through full-scale design implementations on urban sites, offers much greater potential for demonstrating competency in the skills of collaboration, tectonics, site engagement, and economics than a traditional thesis consisting of testing through drawings, models, and words."
Rose, Brendan Gabriel, "The Nutalism" (2010). Architecture Senior Theses. 101.