Architecture Program


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April 2005

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M. Arch. thesis, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, May 2005


The project proposes a design for an ecologically conceived high-rise superstructure to house 100,000 residents on the California coastline along Highway 1, approximately 110 miles southwest of Fresno. It is presented as an example of Archology, a fusion of architecture and ecology aimed at achieving a completely sustainable built environment that will benefit both mankind and nature. The project will utilize residential, commercial, utilitarian, service, municipal, and entertainment components in a self-sustaining and environmentally beneficial manner. Mentor: Ted A. Ertl

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