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Architectural Thesis: Inclusive Centre for Learning in context of a Dargah of Budaun
"The Phenomenology of Contemplative Space" by Frank Fuentes
The track has its own requirements. An application is required for Architecture Studies, which comprises a statement of purpose and a proposed course plan. Interested students should contact the FAS HAA coordinator of undergraduate studies for further information on the application. Architecture stands at the intersection of creative imagination, practical realization, and social use, comprising not only material structures of human occupation, but also the dynamic processes that shape human action and experience. Within the Architecture Studies track, two broad areas of emphasis may be chosen: History and Theory , which includes the study of architecture, cities, landscapes, designed objects, ornament, architectural photography, and material culture, in diverse places and time periods including Africa, the Americas, China, Europe, India, the Islamic world, and Japan, all from antiquity to the present; and Design Studies , which includes investigations into the social and aesthetic dimensions of contemporary architecture, landscapes, cities, and territories, emphasizing issues of sustainable environments, new forms of urbanism, and the use of digital media for visualization and analysis.
Ottoman architecture is the architecture of the Ottoman Empire , which emerged in northwestern Anatolia in the 13th century. Today, one finds remnants of Ottoman architecture in certain parts of the former empire's territories under decay. With the establishment of the Ottoman Empire, the years — constitute the early or first Ottoman period, when Ottoman art was in search of new ideas. This period witnessed three types of mosques: tiered, single-domed and subline-angled mosques.