Bound Volume Number

Volume I

Document Type

Honors Capstone Project

Date of Submission

Spring 5-2016

Capstone Advisor

David Shanks

Capstone Major

Architecture

Capstone College

Engineering and Computer Science

Audio/Visual Component

no

Keywords

microapartments

Capstone Prize Winner

no

Won Capstone Funding

no

Honors Categories

Creative

Subject Categories

Architecture

Abstract

The following Capstone Project is an architectural thesis on today’s prevalence of microapartments. After identifying a contention, the project created a design solution in an attempt to mitigate the problem. The result was a semester of research, as well as a semester of design iteration. This was represented in multiple ways, such as through drawings, models, and books. With the help of a primary advisor, in addition to a committee, the thesis was developed through a series of presentations and meetings. The following is a culmination of that effort, resulting in over one hundred pages of work in architectural education.

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