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Case Studies on the Relationship of Old and New in Architecture
Stuck, Jessica M.

2012, BS, Kent State University, College of Architecture and Environmental Design.
In this study, three buildings will be examined in order to build knowledge of techniques utilized when introducing modern architecture to existing structures. An extensive review of the work of Hans Döllgast at the Alte Pinakothek, Carlo Scarpa at Castelvecchio, and Karljosef Schattner at the Waisenhaus in Eichstätt will highlight the strengths and tactics of their new design in older architecture. The popularity of using an existing building as material in new construction is growing in the architecture world, which creates a need for ideas and discussion on this topic. Döllgast, Scarpa, and Schattner were all innovational thinkers and had new solutions in their designs and their work can be used as precedents to study for future architecture. Research, sketching, hard line drawings, photographs, and site comments will allow for a full exploration and understanding of these design techniques that can act as catalyzers to discussion on this topic.
Jonathan Fleming (Advisor)
Elwin Robison, Dr (Committee Member)
Clarence Wunderlin (Committee Member)
Diane Davis-Sikora (Committee Member)
56 p.

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