Syracuse, pedestrian access, infrastructure, urban void, transportation, highway, automobiles
"To deal with the abundance of vehicles, much of the land immediately surrounding highways is occupied by parking facilities. These facilities, however, are neither spatially nor economically beneficial to the site, and are considered voids as they lack any meaningful use or activity. The scales of highways and pedestrians must be reconciled and the voids activated in order for cities to continue to survive with the ever-increasing presence of transportation infrastructure."
Kizer, Karissa, "Activating the Void: Programmed Pedestrian Infrastructure in Syracuse, NY" (2006). Architecture Senior Theses. Paper 135.
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