urban space, pedestrian, city life, Syracuse, public space
"The deterioration of our urban cores remain an unsolved reality. This results in a loss of an active street life and disregard for pedestrian needs. Yet the street is the principal ordering device of the city and the pedestrian its more important user... This thesis will develop a physical statement which is coherent with the working philosophies and theoretical foundation of the pedestrian's needs in the city."
Lenyk, William John, "Street Life and the Pedestrian: Notes on the Design of Urban Open Space" (1977). Architecture Senior Theses. Paper 133.
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