shrinking cities, post-industrial, network, recreation, Cleveland
"Architecture has the capacity to assist the post-industrial city and support smart decline through the design of a low maintenance recreational network that adapts vacant space and excess infrastructure for public use. This network is composed of a series of interventions that capitalize on existing landscape conditions and material availability while promoting inter-connectivity, cross-connectivity, and activity."
Janoski, Holli L., "On The Tracks: Design Strategies for Urban Shrinkage" (2010). Architecture Senior Theses. Paper 117.
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