green space, pedestrian activity, dead zones, parking lots, residents
While architecture will not singularly solve the social problems that arose from the creation of these "towers in the park," it is this contention that through the combination of the benefits of both high-rise and low-rise structures it will be possible to provide residents with amenities that lead to new cultural and economic opportunities that will foster an interactive and diverse urban community.
Dela Cruz, Heather, "Stimulating the Urban Domain in High-Rise Social Housing Developments Pt. 3" (2015). Architecture Senior Theses. Paper 279.
Syracuse University School of Architecture 2015
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