|Institution:||University of Washington|
|Keywords:||Alaska; Community Center; Light; Qasgiq; Yup'ik; Architecture; architecture|
|Full text PDF:||http://hdl.handle.net/1773/35082|
Restoring continuity to the built environment of Toksook Bay, Ak, by identifying a vital building type that is no longer found and whose program has not been absorbed by the current lexicon of architectural types. Imagining the historic mens lodge, Qasgiq, in the present day village and it's new communal uses. Advisors/Committee Members: Nicholls, Jim (advisor).