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Varudandi

2022: Anusha Varudandi


Peruski

2022: Nicholas Peruski


Filliponne

2022: Ana Filippone


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2015: Shannon Iafrate


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2018: Darpan Arora


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2016: Ramya Swayamprakash

2016: Dustin Altschul

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2015: Ashley Brenner

About the Thesis

THESIS (1+2) is a two-part academic course, part of the required Master of Architecture curriculum at the College of Architecture and Design, Lawrence Technological University. The Thesis is an equivalent but more demanding alternative to the graduate-level Advanced Design Studios and is intended as an opportunity for students who are capable of independent work, individual research, independent idea development, and the formulation of sharply focused, articulate conclusions. It is a self-initiated and self-directed work under the supervision of specific faculty.

THESIS coordinator is Scott Shall. For inquiries, contact email is sshall@ltu.edu.

College of Architecture and Design (CoAD)
Lawrence Technological University
21000 West Ten Mile Road
Southfield, MI 48075-1058

2021-2022 / Sarah Burgess, Accessible Architecture: Intervention in the Cycle of Homeless Youth With Substance Abuse Disorder / Bryce Cox, Infrastructure for Humans: Repairing Urban Fabrics with a Flexible, Dual-Purpose Architecture / Ryan Ducki, Accessible Long Spans: Pairing Current Analysis Software with Common Resources to Create Monumental Architecture with Developing Communities / Ana Filippone, Performative Biomimicry: Discovering New Design Approaches for Desert Environments / Courteney Gazdik, Architectura insectum sapien: Crafting a Framework to Establish a New Architecture That Considers Mutualistic Relationships Between Humans and Insects / Alex Hollander, Eco social Resilience: Adaptable Architecture Designed to be Reduced, Reused, and Recycled / Francisco Landeros, Discovering an Architectural Metaverse: A Vessel for Emerging Digital Life Forms / Nicholas Peruski, Vertical Folded Plate: Simulated Architecture with Mass Timber and Faceted Space / Anusha Varudandi, Pioneering Extra-legal Settlements Through Interventional Design

2017-2018 / Darpan Arora,The Effect Of Spatial Design On Comfort And Engagement In The Workplace / Allaa Mokdad, Public Toilets: Implications In/For Architecture

2015-2016 / Dustin Altschul, Automated Parametric Design of Optimized Climate Responsive Facades Using Multi-Objective Logic  / Emily Matt, Dissemination of Baroque Architecture Within Brazil / Ramya Swayamprakash, Border as Infrastructure

2014-2015 / Ashley Brenner, Net Zero Energy Through Adaptive Reuse / Shannon Iafrate, Customization of Standardized Housing In High-Risk Areas

2013-2014 / Benje Feehan, Architecture & The Experiencing Human Body / Nigel Joseph, Smart City Sensor Technology: Bridging the Divide Between Real Time Data and Architects

2012-2013 / Mark Dreidger, Archelio: Developing the Next-Gen Passive Solar For Cold Climate / Zachary Funk, Cities Within Cities: Innovation Driven Infrastructure

2011-2012 / Lauren Yankovich, Monumental Intimacy

Schedule 2022-23

May 2 // Application, Phase 1 Portal Opens
May 30 // Submission deadline for Application, Phase 1
June 6 // Invitations to Application, Phase 2 Issued
July 4 // Submission deadline for Application, Phase 2
July 25 // Invitations to Thesis Issued

Landeros

2022: Francisco Landeros

Ducki

2022: Ryan Ducki

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2018: Allaa Mokdad

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2012: Lauren Yankovich

2014: Benje Feehan

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2016: Emily Matt

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2014: Nigel Joseph