Living, working, collaborating, pride, attachment, enrichment, arts district, art, artists, displacement, Miami, Florida
Living, working, and collaborating in the same integrated environment engenders attachment to and pride in that place, resulting in the enrichment of both the quality of one's place of living and place of work. As a demonstration of this principle, the thesis proposes an intervention prototype designed to consolidate and preserve the essence of the art districts by preventing emerging artists' displacement. This new live/work/collaborate typology strives to aggregate positive outcomes from different approaches to similar uses. The result will be to improve to what is currently an inherently deficient typology. The test site for this intervention is the emergent arts district of Wynwood in Miami, FL.
Ghersi, Adriana, "Rethinking Live-Work in the Arts Industry & Arts Districts" (2015). Architecture Senior Theses. Paper 286.
Syracuse School of Architecture 2015
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