Obsolete, underground structures, urban, iconic structures, adapt, resiliency
This thesis aims to tackle the issues of obsolete infrastructure through the creation of a new network throughout the urban center. Networks of abandoned underground structures exist in urban locations everywhere, left untouched or forgotten when building anew was easier. These sometimes iconic structures are left with only small traces of their influence upon their context. Sites like these still have the ability to influence their surroundings on both an urban and a local scale. Due to the elevation of such spaces, they are inevitably at a greater risk for damage. Redesigning the network to accommodate and adapt to the always-changing natural environment would ensure their resiliency within the system.
Hansford, Alexa, "Reimagining Obsolete Underground Infrastructure, Pt. 2" (2015). Architecture Senior Theses. 293.
Syracuse School of Architecture 2015
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