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Theses from 2023 2023.
Music As a Tool For Ecstatic Space Design , Pranav Amin, Architecture
Creating Dormitories with a Sense of Home , Johnathon A. Brousseau, Architecture
The Tectonic Evaluation And Design Implementation of 3D Printing Technology in Architecture , Robert Buttrick, Architecture
Designing for the Unhoused: Finding Innovative and Transformative Solutions to Housing , Hannah C. Campbell, Architecture
Investigating Design-Functional Dimension Of Affordable Housing With Prefabrication On Dense Suburbs Of Chelsea, MA , Siddharth Jagadishbhai Dabhia, Architecture
Architecture of Extraction: Imagining New Modes of Inhabitation and Reclamation in the Mining Lifecyle , Erica DeWitt, Architecture
Utopian Thought and Architectural Design , Anthony L. Faith, Anthony L. Faith, and Anthony Faith, Architecture
Building Hygge In-Roads into Incremental Living , Tanisha Kalra, Architecture
NATURE INSPIRED ARCHITECTURE , Salabat Khan, Architecture
Sustainable Architecture in Athletics: Using Mass Timber in an Old-Fashioned Field , Zach C. Lefever, Architecture
Off-grid Living for the Normative Society: Shifting Perception and Perspectives by Design , Patsun Lillie, Architecture
The Evolution of Chinese Supermarkets in North America: An Alternative Approach to Chinese Supermarket Design , Ruoxin Lin, Architecture
Refreshing Refinery: An Analysis of Victorian Architecture and How to Translate its Elements for Contemporary Architecture , Richard J. Marcil, Architecture
After Iconoclasm: Reassessing Monumental Practices and Redesigning Public Memorials in Twenty-First-Century Massachusetts , Lincoln T. Nemetz-Carlson, Architecture
Earthen Materials In Organic Forms: An Ecological Solution to the Urban Biosphere? , Rutuja Patil, Architecture
Adaptive (Re)purpose of Industrial Heritage Buildings in Massachusetts A Modular Strategy for Building a Community , Riya D. Premani, Architecture
The Food Hub as a Social Infrastructure Framework: Restitching Communities in Boston After the Pandemic , Connor J. Tiches, Architecture
Theses from 2022 2022
Equitable Housing Generation Through Cellular Automata , Molly R. Clark, Architecture
Beneficial Invasive: A Rhizomatic Approach to Utilizing Local Bamboo for COVID Responsive Educational Spaces , Megan Futscher, Architecture
Architectural Activism Through Hip-Hop , Micaela Goodrich, Architecture
Addressing Trauma Through Architecture: Cultivating Well-being For Youth Who Have Experienced Trauma , Megan Itzkowitz, Architecture
Buildings Integrated into Landscape & Making People Care for Them: Exploring Integrated Land-Building Ecosystems and the Lifestyles Needed to Support It , Sara Mallio, Architecture
Reimagining Black Architecture , Esosa Osayamen, Architecture
Prefabricated Homes: Delivery At Your Doorsteps , Obed K. Otabil, Architecture
Memory and Resistance , Cami Quinteros, Architecture
Mycelium: The Building Blocks of Nature and the Nature of Architecture , Carly Regalado, Architecture
IN-BETWEEN SPACES: ATMOSPHERES, MOVEMENT AND NEW NARRATIVES FOR THE CITY , Paul Alexander Stoicheff, Architecture
Theses from 2021 2021
Creating New Cultural Hubs in American Cities: The Syrian Diaspora of Worcester, Massachusetts , Aleesa Asfoura, Architecture
Firesafe: Designing for Fire-Resilient Communities in the American West , Brenden Baitch, Architecture
The Beige Conundrum , Alma Crawford-Mendoza, Architecture
Cultivating Food Justice: Exploring Public Interest Design Process through a Food Security & Sustainability Hub , Madison J. DeHaven, Architecture
Physical to Virtual: A Model for Future Virtual Classroom Environments , Stephen J. Fink, Architecture
Detroit: Revitalizing Urban Communities , David N. Fite, Architecture
The Homestead Helper Handbook , Courtney A. Jurzynski, Architecture
An Architecture of a New Story , Nathan Y. Lumen, Architecture
Border Town: Preserving a 'Living' Cultural Landscape in Harlingen, Texas , Shelby Parrish, Architecture
Housing for Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD): Creating an Integrated Living Community in Salem, MA , Tara Pearce, Architecture
From Sanctuary to Home in the Post-Interstate City , Morgan B. Sawyer, Architecture
Exploring the Use of Grid-Scale Compressed Air Energy Storage in the Urban Landscape , Connor S. Slover, Architecture
Bridging the Gaps in Public Conversation by Fostering Spaces of Activism , Karitikeya Sonker, Architecture
Re-envisioning the American Dream , Elain Tang, Architecture
Tall Timber in Denver: An Exploration of New Forms in Large Scale Timber Architecture , Andrew P. Weuling, Architecture
Theses from 2020 2020
Urban Inter-Space: Convergence of Human Interaction and Form , Clayton Beaudoin, Architecture
The Hues of Hadley Massachusetts: Pioneering Places for Preservation and Growth , Elisha M. Bettencourt, Architecture
Reinvigorating Englewood, Chicago Through New Public Spaces and Mixed-Income Housing , Givan Carrero, Architecture
Architectural Agency Through Real Estate Development , Hitali Gondaliya, Architecture
Multimodal Transit and a New Civic Architecture , Samuel Bruce Hill, Architecture
Rethinking The Suburban Center , Andrew Jones, Architecture
Resilient Urbanism: Bridging Natural Elements & Sustainable Structures in a Post-Industrial Urban Environment , Nicholas McGee, Architecture
Adaptive Airport Architecture , Yash Mehta, Architecture
Rethinking School Design to Promote Safety and Positivity , Emily Moreau, Architecture
The Built Environment and Well-Being: Designing for Well-Being in Post-Industrial Communities During the Age of Urbanization , Tyler O'Neil, Architecture
Brutalism and the Public University: Integrating Conservation into Comprehensive Campus Planning , Shelby Schrank, Architecture
Spatial Design for Behavioral Education , Madeline Szczypinski, Architecture
Theses from 2019 2019
THERAPEUTIC COMMUNITY: FOR REFUGEES , Raghad Alrashidi, Architecture
From Archaic To contemporary : Energy Efficient Adaptive Reuse of Historic Building , Nisha Borgohain, Architecture
(RE)Developing Place: The Power of Narrative , Kinsey Diomedi, Architecture
Rethinking Ambulatory Care Delivery , Senada Dushaj, Architecture
Photosynthesizing the Workplace: A Study in Healthy and Holistic Production Spaces , Kaeli Howard, Architecture
Museum Design As A Tool For A City , Cunbei Jiang, Architecture
Architecture and Wilderness: An Exchange of Order , Ashley Lepre, Architecture
Cross-Species Architecture: Developing an Architecture for Rehabilitative Learning Through the Human-Canine Relationship , Jake Porter, Architecture
Intermodal Transit Terminal: Integrating the Future of Transit into the Urban Fabric , Guy Vigneau, Architecture
Theses from 2018 2018
Bangladeshi Cultural Center: for the Bangladeshi Population Living in New York City , Sabrina Afrin, Architecture
THE ENHANCEMENT OF LEARNING THROUGH THE DESIGN PROCCESS: RENOVATING THE FORT RIVER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL IN AMHERST, MA , Reyhaneh Bassamtabar, Architecture
LEARNING SPACES: DISCOVERING THE SPACES FOR THE FUTURE OF LEARNING , Michael Choudhary, Architecture
ARCHITECTURAL SYNERGY: A FACILITY FOR LIFELONG LEARNING IN ACADEMIA AND PRACTICE , Ryan Rendano, Architecture
Resilient Architecture: Adaptive Community Living in Coastal Locations , Erica Shannon, Architecture
Theses from 2017 2017
New York City 2050: Climate Change and Future of New York | Design for Resilience , Abhinav Bhargava, Architecture
The Performance of Light: Exploring the Impact of Natural Lighting in the New UMass School of Performance , Dylan Brown, Architecture
Regional Expression In The Renovation Of Remote Historic Villages , Jie chen, Architecture
An Incremental Intervention In Jakarta: An Empowering Infrastructural Approach For Upgrading Informal Settlements , Christopher H. Counihan, Architecture
UMASS Dining Hall. A Path to Resiliency , Lukasz Czarniecki, Architecture
LIVING CORE OF THE FUTURE: PROPOSING NEW APPROACH FOR THE FUTURE OF RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX IN METROPOLITAN AREAS , Mahsa G. Zadeh, Architecture
HUMANITY IN A CHILDREN’S CANCER HOSPITAL , Sara Jandaghi Jafari, Architecture
Designing Symbiosis for the New Church Community , Evan Janes, Architecture
A Visible History: A Synthesis of Past, Present and Future Through the Evocation of Memory Within Historic Contexts , Nicholas Jeffway, Architecture
Creating A Community A New Ecological, Economical, and Social Path to Uniting a Community , Andrew Stadnicki, Architecture
Z-Cube: Mobile Living for Feminist Nomads , Zi Ye, Architecture
Theses from 2016 2016
Music and Architecture: An Interpresence , Rachel J. Beesen, Architecture
Intervening in the Lives of Internally Displaced People in Colombia , Amy L. Carbone, Architecture
Designing Waste Creating Space: A Critical Examination Into Waste Reduction Through Building Techniques, Architectural Design, and Systems , Courtney M. Carrier, Architecture
Umass September 11 Intervention , Mohamad Farzinmoghadam, Architecture
Merging Social Science and Neuroscience in Architecture: Creating a Framework to Functionally Re-integrate Ex-Convicts , Kylie A. Landrey, Architecture
From Shelters to Long Living Communities , Yakun Liang, Architecture
Building Hope: A Community + Water Initiative, La Villa de San Francisco, Honduras , Christopher D. Mansfield, Architecture
THE SPATIALITY IN STORYTELLING , Xiang Yu, Architecture
Innovation of the Residential Buildings and Community in the Emerging City Rongcheng , Xing Yu, Architecture
Art and Life - Make invisible visible in Cao changdi village, Beijing, China , peng zhang, Architecture
Theses from 2015 2015
The Dialogue of Craft and Architecture , Thomas J. Forker, Architecture
MOSQUE IN THE VALLEY: A SPACE FOR SPIRITUAL GATHERING & CULTURAL LEARNING , Nabila Iqbal, Architecture
EXPLORATION OF CONNECTIVITY BETWEEN URBAN PLAZA AND MIXED USE BUILDINGS , Youngduk Kim, Architecture
Design Of A Housing For Urban Artisan-Living Work , Fahim Mahmud, Architecture
Membranes and Matrices: Architecture as an Interface , Nayef Mudawar, Architecture
Building for the Future: Revitalization through Architecture , Rebecca N. Perry, Architecture
Developing Maker Economies in Post-Industrial Cities: Applying Commons Based Peer Production to Mycelium Biomaterials , Grant R. Rocco, Architecture
Design of Children's Event and Cutural Center in Osu, Accra, Ghana , Rudi Somuah, Architecture
Sustainable Design of Student Centers Retrofitting and Adaptive Reuse of UMass Student Union , Tianye Song, Architecture
Design/Build in Architectural Education: studying community-focused curriculum , Matthew K. Sutter, Architecture
Landform Architecture As Reconnecting Presence For Campus Complex Design , Yi Wang, Architecture
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10 Award-Winning Architecture Thesis Projects From Around The World
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It is always interesting to see the architecture thesis projects students come up with every year. With each passing batch, there is more knowledge passed down and a better base to begin. The result is a rise in innovation and creativity by students, and overall a better mix!
Architecture thesis is an ordeal all students are intimidated by. From choosing an architecture thesis topic all the way to giving a great final thesis review , every step is equally challenging and important. It is that turn in an architecture student’s life that pushes them to churn out their best. Therefore, it is inevitable to come across some life-altering design solutions through architecture theses across the world.
To identify and appreciate these exceptional final projects by architecture students, many organisations across the world like Archistart, Council of Architecture, etcetera, award recognition for excellence in architecture thesis and also grant financial support for further research to the projects worthy of being realised.
Read through the list of 10 such award-winning architecture theses across the world with links to study them in detail!
1. ISTHME // Le CHAOS SENSIBLE - Dafni Filippa and Meriam Sehimi
ISTHME // Le Chaos Sensible - Architecture Thesis of the Year 2020 (Source: www.nonarchitecture.eu)
Starting from the most recent one, the award-winning thesis is a proposal of a mixed-use building in the capital city of Ghana, Africa, that aims to cater to a large spectrum of functions of the Ghanaian community, especially living, commercial, sports and leisure.
This culturally thoughtful architecture thesis project is an honest effort to celebrate the African spirit and empower the local community, which reflects in the ‘sensible chaos’ of the design.
2. INFRA-PAISAJE: New Landscape Architecture - Luis Bendezu
INFRA-PAISAJE: New Landscape Infrastructure for San Juan de Marcona - Special Mention: Architectural Thesis Award ATA 2018 (Source: www.archistart.net)
Landscape architecture manifests the connection between humans and nature. The landscape thesis project proposes a series of technical elements for the creation of a seamless landscape between the urbanised territory of San Juan de Marcona in Peru and the suburban parts, thus forming a cohesive townscape which converses with the coastline and brings active life to the otherwise desolate expanse of the region.
3. Water Exploratorium - Satyam Gyanchandani
Water Exploratorium - Ace of Space Design Awards: Outstanding Student Thesis Award (Source: www.architectandinteriorsindia.com)
Water is a life-giving resource and considered sacred across many cultures. To sustain life on earth, it is important to save and use it with utmost efficiency. The architecture thesis project showcases experiential design through and for water. It also tackles design challenges like infotainment by educating visitors on water conservation and creating a static built form for an element as fluid as water for a wholesome sensory experience.
Want to know how to come up with such fascinating thesis topics? Read: 7 Tips on Choosing the Perfect Architecture Thesis Topic For You
4. Architecture for Blind People - Mariagiorgia Pisano
Between Light and Shadow: Architecture for Blind People - 1st Place: Architectural Thesis Award 2017 (Source: www.archistart.net)
Inclusive design offers a wide-spread net of research opportunities and is gaining much-needed recognition today!
Design for people with disabilities is dealt with empathy in this architecture thesis project, where the focus is exploring innovative design solutions for the visually deprived and getting the design of rehabilitation centres as close as possible to meeting their needs.
5. Mosul Postwar Camp - Edoardo Daniele Stuggiu and Stefano Lombardi
Mosul Postwar Camp - 1st Place: Architectural Thesis Award ATA 2019 (Source: www.archistart.net)
War does permanent damage to a person’s mental health. The survivors experience trauma, loss and even destruction of self-identity. The architecture thesis project proposes a postwar camp at Mosul, Iraq, aiming to create a place where people of various backgrounds can peacefully coexist and build a community based on humanitarian values to prevent war in the future.
6. Consolation through Architecture - A New Journey through the Abandoned Landscapes of Varanasi - Navin Lucas Sebastian
Consolation Through Architecture - COA National Awards for Excellence in Architectural Thesis 2016 (Source: www.coa.gov.in)
The intangible aspects of design are tough to pinpoint but necessary for the essence and feel of it. This urban design thesis project shows light on architecture’s influence on one’s emotions with the holy city of Varanasi in India as the backdrop. With a focus on issues arising due to the city’s cremation grounds, the thesis explores innovative and sustainable solutions for the same.
7. Unfinished Tor Vergata Scenario - Carmelo Gagliano
Unfinished Tor Vergata Scenario - 1st Place: Architectural Thesis Award 2020 (Source: www.archistart.net)
When it comes to building projects, the trend of the ‘unfinished’ is something Italy has been increasingly seeing in the past few years. The most popular unfinished public work is Calatrava’s Olympic Stadium, which is the main object for reuse in the proposal of a science museum at Rome Tor Vergata.
This architecture thesis project explores the existing building trends of the region, aims to reinvent the iconic building and become a scientific attraction for tourists and locals.
8. Chachapoyas Peri-Urban Park - Nájat Jishar Fernández Díaz
Structures for Incidents in Nature: Chachapoyas Peri-Urban Park - Special Mention: Architectural Thesis Award ATA 2019 (Source: www.archistart.net)
Growing urban areas are a concern as they slowly consume the ecology surrounding them. Chachapoyas (forest of clouds) in Peru faces a similar problem from the expanding urban confinements which are slowly taking over the beautiful landscapes for which the place is particularly famous.
The project aims to mend the damage by connecting every speck of open land available in the region and converting it into a network of green corridors, making for an interesting urban planning thesis!
9. Garden of Reconciliation, Kashmir - Jay Shah
Garden of Reconciliation: Miniature Drawing - COA National Award in Excellence for Architectural Thesis 2018 (Source: www.uni.xyz)
Cultural and political unrest in a region has always been the glue for controversies, leading to public tip-toeing around such topics. This bold architecture thesis project looks at the conflicted region of Kashmir, to analyse its cultural, social and artistic practices and then come up with an architecture program best suited for the region. This is traversed in the form of a mixed-use landscape that aims to find a solution and is not the solution itself!
Such theses usually require intensive site studies. Read: Site Analysis Categories You Need to Cover For Your Architecture Thesis Project to know more.
10. Adaptive Reuse of STP Grain Silos - Alila Mhamed
Poudrière Community Hub - 2nd Place: Architectural Thesis Awards ATA 2020 (Source: www.archistart.net)
Adaptive reuse of spaces that have been uninhabited for a long time does true justice to the core values of architecture and design. This thesis project explores the creative redefinition of the old STP Grain silos complex, the first mill constructed as a part of the Poudrière industrial park in the present-day city of Sfax, Tuscany, Italy, by converting it into a mixed-use hub for art, commerce, trade, administration and collaboration.
Numerous amazing architecture thesis projects come to light every year and the list is not limited to this one! At the learning stages, people have the power to unleash their creativity without any limitations and such scenarios might just lead to the right solutions for the time and society we live in.
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AppLovin: Why This Mobile Ad Tech Is Taking Market Share
- AppLovin Corporation is expected to generate $1.2 billion in free cash flow in 2023, with potential to reach $1.4 billion or higher.
- The company is experiencing attractive top line growth and gaining market share compared to competitors like Unity Software.
- AppLovin's focus on its Software segment, which has high EBITDA margins and strong growth, makes it a promising investment option.
AppLovin Corporation ( NASDAQ: APP ) is on a path towards reporting $1.2 billion of free cash flow in 2023. This is a very conservative estimate. I believe that AppLovin could make close to $1.6 billion next year, but to be conservative, let's stick with $1.4 billion. This means that AppLovin is priced at approximately 10x next year's free cash flow.
What's more, the business is delivering attractive top line growth, too. So, unlike other ad-tech companies, the business is not ''just'' surviving. It's actually taking market share for its peers, namely Unity Software ( U ).
Altogether, I believe this is a great business, that has the potential to be a rewarding investment into 2024. Let's get to it.
AppLovin's Near-Term Prospects
AppLovin is a company specializing in enhancing the performance of businesses, particularly those involved in mobile games and app development, within the app ecosystem. They provide unique tools and software designed to simplify the process for app creators, enabling them to increase user engagement and boost revenue generation.
The company's core focus revolves around determining the most effective advertisements and content to display to app users. They also offer comprehensive performance analytics to app developers, allowing them to assess their apps' success and optimize revenue streams, making it a pivotal aspect of their operations.
In addition to their core services, AppLovin offers a diverse portfolio of over 350 free apps, primarily mobile games. These apps leverage their proprietary tools and methodologies to achieve significant popularity and monetization through data analytics.
One integral component of AppLovin's business strategy involves an aggressive M&A strategy. Typically, I would look to avoid businesses that support their growth via M&A, as those businesses embrace high-risk acquisitions while oftentimes not being price-sensitive on those acquisitions.
However, given the significant amount of stock ownership that founder and CEO Adam Foroughi has in the company, I'm assured that Foroughi is determined to play the long game. And that's my mindset. too.
APP SEC filing
With this context in mind, let's discuss AppLovin's financials.
AppLovin's Revenues Are Growing
APP revenue growth rates
Unlike many ad-tech peers, AppLovin is still delivering some top line growth. To a substantial extent, its recent growth has come about through the debut of AXON 2.0, the latest iteration of AppLovin's AI decision-making engine.
Indeed, let's get some further context on the drivers of AppLovin.
APP segments author calculations
What you see above, is that AppLovin's Software segment makes up more than 50% of the underlying. But what's particularly noteworthy is that this segment, which places ads on mobile applications owned by 3rd party publishers, is actually growing at a very reasonable rate.
AppLovin's Software segment is this business' crown jewel. This segment was up 28% y/y. Furthermore, AppLovin's Software segment competes with Unity Software's Grow Solutions segment.
And even though Unity's growth rates include a large acquisition it made last year, the organic growth of this business was 7% y/y in Q2. In other words, AppLovin's segment is taking substantial market share away from Unity.
That's why, even as the market has been particularly weak in the past month, AppLovin's stock has held its ground. I contend that investors realize that this business is meaningfully undervalued.
Focus on the Free Cash Flow
What makes AppLovin particularly compelling is that this founder-led business is focused on free cash flows.
AppLovin's Software business consistently makes higher than 60% EBITDA margins. Think about it like this, not only is AppLovin's Software business growing in the 20s% CAGR, but it's also incredibly profitable.
I maintain that within the next 12 months, AppLovin's Software business will make up close to 65% to 70% of AppLovin's business.
Moreover, including AppLovin's Q3 guidance, AppLovin is going to make $980 million in EBITDA. Therefore, we can safely estimate that AppLovin will make $1.3 billion adjusted EBITDA in 2023.
And if we take analysts' current estimates of 11% revenue growth for 2024, and keep in mind that the business will be significantly more profitable in 2024 given its Software Segment, this means that AppLovin should easily make $1.5 billion of EBITDA. Indeed, AppLovin stated during the earnings call that the business' EBITDA profile was abnormally strong in Q2 2023. On a more normalized basis, its EBITDA margins will moderate at mid-40%, which is still impressively high.
However, to add on a margin of safety, let's assume that in 2024 AppLovin ''only'' makes $1.4 billion. Again, this leaves this stock in the bargain basement at under 10x EBITDA.
The one downside here is that AppLovin has around $2.4 billion of net debt. Even though the business makes very strong free cash flows, this high debt level will in the very near term restrict its ability to make any further needle-moving acquisitions.
The Bottom Line
I estimate that AppLovin is on a path to generate around $1.4 billion in free cash flow in 2024. This estimate is somewhat conservative, and it's plausible that the figure could approach slightly higher.
This valuation implies that AppLovin Corporation is trading at approximately 10x next year's free cash flow, making it a compelling option for investors.
Despite the challenging landscape of the ad-tech industry, AppLovin is not merely surviving; it is thriving and gaining market share compared to its competitors, notably Unity Software.
The heart of AppLovin's success lies in its Software segment, responsible for over 50% of its operations and boasting a commendable 28% y/y growth rate. With its CEO's strong ownership in the company and a commitment to a long-term vision, AppLovin's strategic growth through acquisitions seems well-calculated, and its focus on free cash flows makes it a promising prospect for investors.
The core Software business, with consistently high EBITDA margins exceeding 60%, is expected to dominate AppLovin's portfolio, driving substantial profitability.
In conclusion, I believe this medium-cap stock could deliver some attractive returns in 2024.
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