rural, agriculture, America, sustainability
"This thesis asserts that architecture and agriculture must form a symbiotic relationship united by sustainability to redefine contemporary rural living. By challenging outdated traditions, idyllic visions, and preconceived notions of the rural paradigm, it is also possible to reprove a diminishing agrarian lifestyle. Rural architecture must become as productive as the ground it replaces, and as integrated as the crop to the soil. A new model needs to be established to facilitate these assertions and reconsider contemporary rural living."
Murphy, Eric, "Sparsification and the Reconsideration of Contemporary Rural Living" (2008). Architecture Thesis Prep. 26.
Advisors: Jean-Francois Bedard / Kevin Lair