Manhattan, zoning, collective monument, urban context
Architecture | Urban, Community and Regional Planning
"This thesis proposes to restructure the primary agenda of the collective monument from a homogenizing force at the local scale, to an object celebrating diversity and multiculturalism. By establishing a continuous mass connecting and collecting the city's currently isolated collective monuments, the new monument will be adjusted to regain formal and cultural contrast to the urban fabric."
Day, Thomas, "The Overgrown Grid: An Alternative Zoning Proposal for the Island of Manhattan" (2012). Senior Theses. Paper 47.