field urbanism, contemporary, city, suburb, dwellings, spatial patterns, neighborhood, thresholds
Architecture | Urban, Community and Regional Planning
This project employs a tactical approach to the design process. Spatial patterns and local relationships regulate form and program to facilitate these hybrid social constructions. The development of field elements re-organizes in terms of interrelationships and functions, creating infinite possible combinatory logics in the evolution of the neighborhood. These logics negotiate the threshold between figure and field, accommodating programmatic indeterminacy with architectural specificity to thicken and intensify, producing an alternative "collective" urbanism.
O'Connell, Ann, "Field Urbanism: Collective Form and the City, Pt. 2" (2015). Architecture Senior Theses. Paper 312.
Syracuse School of Architecture 2015
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