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Duplexity of Dwelling
Hewett, Matthew J.
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The complexities of residential and commercial systems as they apply to the inter-connectivity of one's public and private life have the potential to be blurred to improve the overall quality of life of people on the individual basis. The potential to expound upon common motifs of dwelling provide ample possibilities to give people an identity that is based upon both their craft and qualities of residence. Furthering this idea, the construct of the Beabourg may be exploited to emphasize what ( en )
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Awarded Bachelor of Design, magna cum laude, on May 8, 2018. Major: Architecture
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College or School: College of Design, Construction and Planning
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Advisor: Tom Smith. Advisor Department or School: Architecture

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