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Gianna Parisi BFA Thesis - "Forget Me Not" is an assisted living home for Alzheimer's Patients, located in the heart of West Village at 150 Charles Street. The Alzheimer's Association has been spreading its awareness worldwide for years, and it is time for them to have a physical location to send their existing patients to. The overall design is intended to feel very residential and serene for these patients.

Alexandra Sobolewski, BFA Thesis - "BlueStone Senior Living Solutions" combines an assisted living facility with a community center in an effort to build a sense of freedom and independence for residents and to support an active and healthy lifestyle.

Siwen Guan, MFA-2 Thesis 2016: The International Design Student Community Center is located in Manhattan. The concept explores designing a “bridge” to connect international students and American social life.

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Aurelia Garza 21st century funeral home BFA thesis

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Cornerstone Restaurant / STUDIO RAMOPRIMO

O belíssimo Cornerstone Restaurant, localizado na China, é o resultado de uma mistura de materiais naturais e artificiais, que exploram o melhor de cada um deles e tornam o ambiente único.

Jordan Schehr, BFA Thesis - "The Manhasset" is a 130-room hotel that boasts accommodations priced to serve vising educators, students and tourists all without sacrificing quality and sophistication of its Upper West Side design.

Nadya Chairil, Sneha Kodi, Silvia Landinez, MPS-S Thesis - "Assisted Living Suburban Townhouse" aims to prioritize the client' well-being and incorporate any interests they may have in their ancestral cultures.

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The Atlantic Restaurant / Blackmilk Interior Design

The Atlantic Restaurant / Blackmilk Interior Design BELLE AMBIANCE J adore le tpis au sol like the floortiles

Jess Loraas, MFA-1 Thesis - "Farmhouse," located in rural Saskatchewan, introduces a modern design concept to the Canadian praries.