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Structures Becoming Shadows: Evoking An Empathetic Perception Through The Construction of Mourning

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Megan Ward Thesis Book.pdf
Title: Structures Becoming Shadows: Evoking An Empathetic Perception Through The Construction of Mourning
Author: Ward, Megan
Abstract: The thesis responds to the constructive thought and perception around death and the mourning and grieving processes of life. The typology being a crematorium/columbarium will emphasize this inevitable process in life and engage one's awareness of nature, space, memory and self. It will assimilate the rituals of history, burial and time specific to Whitefish, Montana. The unifying idea is the embodiment of nature with inevitable courses.
Date: 2013-05
Subject: Crematoriums.
Whitefish (Mont.)
Montana.
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/22884

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