The Tri Delta house here at UK, originally built in the 1920’s, serves as place for girls who live in and out of the house to come together, share meals, have conversation, have study time, and make memories.
Being a home, the Tri Delta House was designed with the human experience in mind. It has the needed amenities such as a kitchen, bathrooms with showers, a laundry room, bedrooms, etc. It also has code based entry so that residents feel safer at night and nonresidents can’t just walk in. The Tri Delta house also has a house mom as an authoritative figure in the house, and a chef to make meals. Furthermore, it is located at a prime spot on campus. It is a short walk from classes, the library, the JC, and restaurants.
The social side of the house are the TV/lounge rooms, where residents can go to socialize and bond with others. The bedrooms are also deigned to where each girl has a roommate that they share the room with. The culture of the house revolves around the events that are set up for members of Tri Delta. Information about these things can be found on the bulletin wall in the house, or by word of mouth from meetings with the house mom or president who both live in the house.
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You can find the Tri Delta house on media such as; the University of Kentucky Panhellenic page, Facebook, and various other social media platforms. From these media sources, you can find information about the house,such as; information about the building, number of residents, pricing, etc.
The Tri Delta house explores shows consumerism in a different way than most designed artifacts. There is a fee to live there, however, it also has various types of consumerism. For example, the residents fill their room with things like posters and decorations to make it more personal. They also must buy usable things regularly, like toothpaste, shower essentials,etc.