Small Offices for a New Age: Downtown Cincinnati

by Caffrey, Donald A.

Abstract (Summary)
The modern world has become one of dualities, of abstracts and of tangibles. No one development better represents this trend than the Internet. While we shop and browse in a world constructed of ones and zeroes, it creates a physical reality in terms of cash and buildings and trucks and all the things that make businesses. As the physical becomes the virtual, so too does the virtual become the physical. How do we construct this reality? It seems that the physical needs of such a reality will be constantly changing. There will be a need that remains constant though, the need for accurate representation of this abstract. How does this creation of ours, this abstract, translate into reality? A community of small offices in downtown Cincinnati is presented as such an example.
Bibliographical Information:


School:Miami University

School Location:USA - Ohio

Source Type:Master's Thesis



Date of Publication:01/01/2001

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