Authors/Contributors

Cassandra E. Biehl

Document Type

Thesis, Senior

Degree

B. ARCH

Date

2010

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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