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Erin Newton

Erin Newton

New York, NY, US

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Master Thesis- Adaptability: Connections Through Growth

Theoretical: By adapting a building for both rapid and future response, a more efficient hospital system can be maintained which can afford to provide patients the best opportunity for care in the present as well as the future.

Scope: This 200 bed general hospital will facilitate patients of all ages and specialize in pediatrics and OB-GYN. This new hospital will help with the overflow of patients from the existing hospital in Cameron, TX  and accommodate for the services that the current hospital lacks. 

Thesis: A study of how adaptability, both rapid and future, can be integrated and enforced in building design based around interactions between building and site, people and site and people and building.

thesis website: http://www.arch.ttu.edu/courses/2007/fall/5395/392/students/Newton

 
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Status: School Project
Location: Cameron, TX, US

 
Abstract
Abstract
Context and Site
Context and Site
Plans and Program
Plans and Program
Building Systems and Massing
Building Systems and Massing
Theory Employed
Theory Employed

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