SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE
UNIVERSITY OF HAWAIʻI AT MĀNOA

September 13, 2017

DArch Projects on ScholarSpace

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Hyoung-June Park

Director of Graduate Programs

ScholarSpace at the University of Hawaii is an open-access, digital resource for intellectual research and publications.  This Digital Institutional Repository has the collection of doctoral projects from the UH Manoa School of Architecture, currently from 2007-2016.  There are 260 theses available to discover through the author's name, subject/key terms, and year.  Additionally, each one contains the document for view/download, faculty advisor's name, and full abstract.  This academic resource will allow for a permanent "hard url" to share publicly and add to webpages. ScholarSpace will continue to be updated. 

Design Futures Laboratory developed the project as a part of its continuous efforts for establishing the intellectual repository and resilient interface for our future. The lab is directed by Professor Emeritus Raymond Yeh and Associate Professor Hyoung-June Park. As one of research assistants at the lab, Julia Schray, first year D.Arch. candidate, played a key role in this project with her volition "as accessibility to academia can provide knowledge for those interested in progressive architectural theory and application". 

https://scholarspace.manoa.hawaii.edu/handle/10125/45358?subject_page=0

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