Title page: (Page 1)
Use the standard format. Choose your title, carefully. Titles tend to leave unduly profound impressions on professors and leave them with an immediate bias.
Abstract: (Page 2) The abstract is a summary with a plan. Please note the strong terms such as “purpose,” “compare,” and “result” used in the abstract sample. Leave a clear impression with your reader of these and similar terms in your abstract. Be sure to paginate. Do not use bold in the title.Body: (Pages 3-12) – The introduction and the body of your research paper should be no less than ten full pages and no more than ten full pages. This portion of your paper should be clearly and obviously organized into three support sections and include each of the components that you will see listed on the Research Paper Evaluation Sheet. You will need to include about one integrated quotation or paraphrased reference to a primary or secondary source for each page of your paper. Be careful to double space and use an academic, size 12 font. First and second level headings should be applied to the introduction, each support section and the conclusion. (See this link for heading and subheading protocol:
) Use only first and second level headings and use second level headings only if you choose.
Review the “body” requirements, again, below:
Include all components on Research Paper Evaluation Sheet (See menu/ assignment documents)
No less than ten full pages and no more than ten full pages; that is your research paper body should be pages 3-12, which is ten full pages. This includes three, support sections, each of which should include its own introduction and thesis statement and should correspond directly with a point in the plan of development and should be arranged in the same order as the points of the plan of development. At least on of these support sections should include the four-point argument process.
Ten integrated quotations or paraphrased references using APA parenthetical citations
Pristine formatting, including a correct APA References page
Double spaced/ 12 font/ academic font (such as Times New Roman)
A significant amount of new housing was constructed in New York City between 1930 and 1940, entirely changing the character of many New York City neighborhoods. Some buildings were erected for higher income households. But, much of this new construction took the form of middle-class apartment houses. New neighborhoods developed, old neighborhoods were redeveloped, and new apartment types appeared. The level of new construction was not consistent throughout the decade, but there were major periods of investment in new construction and in the alteration of old buildings. The second half of the decade, from 1935-1940 saw an especially significant building boom. The Grand Concourse was developed, as was much of the West Bronx; building booms occur in Fort Washington and Inwood in Manhattan, and along Ocean Avenue, Ocean Parkway, and other streets central and south Brooklyn. Large new apartment buildings, mostly with small apartments, were erected in convenient Manhattan neighborhoods such as Murray Hill, Chelsea, and Greenwich Village. Exceptional reform housing projects were also erected, including Hillside Homes in the Bronx, Amalgamated Dwellings in Manhattan, Boulevard Gardens in Woodside, Queens. This is the era when developers and architects created scores of Moderne (or Art Deco) apartment buildings, but also when other developers and architects turned to traditional Colonial-inspired design. It is an era when speculative developers and their architects first used forms from European Modernism, but adapted these new motifs to a traditional New York City housing market; corner windows were exploited; the earliest American tower-in-the-park projects appear; and expressionist brickwork becomes a marketing tool.
References to look into:
political and social issues of the depression are Eric Rauchway, The Great Depression & The New Deal: A Very Short Introduction (NY: Oxford University Press, 2008; available as an ebook), and William E. Leuchtenburg’s classic, Franklin D. Roosevelt and the New Deal (New York: Harper & Row, 1962
Robert A. M. Stern, Gregory Gilmartin, and Thomas Mellins, New York 1930: Architecture and Urbanism Between the Two World Wars (New York: Rizzoli, 1987)
Architectural Forum, Architectural Record, and Architecture
I want to have an essay that talks about a material cast stone. Its history, how and where it was manufactured, transferred and implied into buildings in NYC during late 1920s to early 1940s. How it differed from a material stucco which was often manufactured by manufacturer. Why cast stone became so popular? except for the fact that it was cheaper than real stones.. were they popular based on a specific market needs during the time? Housing? Shops? What kind of atmosphere it created to its users, residents of the building and its surrounding? Maybe point out different buildings where cast stone was used? depending on the purpose of building, cast stone was used less or more and if so why? Especially in housing market, which role did cast stone take? How did it contribute to market of residentials?
I need this paper to have 8 paragraphs using endnotes for citations. The sources need to be able to find online and they need to be credible. There need to be at least 4 sources. The paper needs to be on Robert Mills and the work he had done in Charleston specifically the marine hospital.
The research project is Ise Shrine, which mainly studies Naiku and Geku. The writing needs to be based on the writing proposal I uploaded. The writing project must be +/-3500 words (not including title page, image captions, footnotes, image list, or bibliography) and may take the form of either an essay. Please check the document I uploaded for writing requirements, which is about writing specific requirements. Also I uploaded my reading notes, and pictures of the project.
Learning Goal: I’m working on a architecture project and need a sample draft to help me learn.Hello, I want a lego model (using either MechaBricks or BrickLink Studio) for a building in Dubai called “the address beach resort building”. The model should be built to 1:1000 scale, and should have a reasonable number of lego pieces (that could be purchased from the lego original website, the colors should be existent as well.” A guide of how another building model was created: https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-79077/karlkhoury/… (it has a link to download the instructions).another more complex example: https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-78971/Jayz_1206/a…
Requirements: full model
2 pages introduction urban densification, sustainable urban planning , urban densification ( transportation – public transportation, cycling , avoiding cars). Start in general what is going on in the world and end with my case study, Copenhagen, Nordhavn district)
ou are required to produce an A4 report that comprises of the following:
1. Three active and passive design strategies (each). Their application benefit to both environment and
2. Case study/Precedent study
d. Smart Building
Each study should include the following aspects
• Context – Building type, location, client requirements
• Application of Design strategies
• Certification information – the level of assessment
• Benefits & Implications
3. Reflection statement – Please include a reflection statement on learning from the first semester. Please
include reflections on sustainable design practices and assessment and precedent studies.
In the introduction include a sustainability definition
Assignment: Case Study Report
For your final assignment, you are to select one of your weekly Case Studies that you will be including in your Technology Binder and use it as a project to elaborate on the technical and structural lessons it offers this course. You are to produce a 4- 5 page Case Study Report on your chosen project and develop a brief examination that includes the following subjects:
1) Your rational for selecting the chosen project
House R128 Stuttgart, Germany
2) A brief history of the project
3) Technical aspects of the project that interest you and that refer to the content of the course
4) An analysis of the structural system used and why it may have been chosen over other systems
Your report should include photographs and diagrams (your own or by others) that help to explain the project.
All referenced material (written or in image) should be cited properly using footnotes and a bibliography using the Chicago/Turabian Style.
Submissions are to be in a PDF format.
This will investigate the position the design of your alloted house has in relation to its own time and place, the architect’s wider body of work, and continued influence on evolving contemporary architectural trends.
In the first part of the essay you should describe the house, then analyse it in terms of its style, layout, form of construction, and palette of materials. How did the lifestyle, technology and culture of its time and location affect its design?
In the second part of the essay you should identify, describe and discuss some other key works of the architect in question, and relate the design of the house to her or his wider oeuvre. Are there any themes, for instance, which recur in other building types attempted by the architect in terms of plan type, section, materials, detailing and so on? How does the design of this house relate to current trends in architecture, particularly in relation to energy use – specifically what design features would need enhancement, or even fundamental reconsideration, to meet the contemporary imperative for low carbon design?
Conclude your essay with an effective summary of your preceding points and attempt to identify the enduring, timeless, qualities of the work that merit ongoing consideration.
Be critical as well as descriptive – expressive opinions, if well-informed, are enthusiastically encouraged!
Illustrate your essay with photographs and your own drawings (including plans, sections and elevations from AR323 Folio module along with views, diagrams as appropriate). Include your own bibliography. Ensure you give the sources of any illustration, idea, or text which you cite, and observe the normal academic conventions of referencing. Word process the text (minimum 11 pt with 1 1⁄2 line spacing) and produce a cover with the essay title, module code and name, in addition to your name in A4 portrait format and submit as a PDF document of under 10MB.
I need the first chapter of my project, Abstract, Introduction, Problem formulation, research aim and gap.
Research questions : What is the sustainability of the 15-minute city concept in urban planning and development?
How does the 15-minute city concept impact planning strategies for green infrastructure amid urban densification?
How can urban linkage improve densification for more sustainability in Nordhavn district?
How can the 15-minute city promote walkability from the residential homes to servicies?
( I have chapters like urban gentrification, smart city concept, sustainable planning, local planning strategies ) study case Nordhavn ( district in Copenhagen)
number of sources as many you think