Message - Re: request for suggesting a thesis topic

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Posted by  Manuel Oliveros on April 15, 2003 at 09:30:43:

In Reply to:  request for suggesting a thesis topic posted by p.aditya on April 14, 2003 at 03:03:42:

I suggest you another difficult topic:

Scalable storage of items in housing along the life of the indwellers.

Other interesting topic is:

The status and rehabilitation needs of buildings over 50 year old in (any specific area).

Related with this...
Maximizing real state value through rehabilitation. You investigate for typical aged buildigns the kind of reforms required and the corresponding investment and tally the convenience of the operation as gauged by its gain in short term market value.

Try yourself, ... anything architectural may serve as thesis (your professors accepting).

Just another one:
Standardizing the doors' height and width to meet the growing height of the population. Here a proposed distribution of the heights of doors meeting the actual distribution of the heigths of people would be made.

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