Portland, mapping, post-industrial, infrastructure, public space
Architecture | Urban, Community and Regional Planning
"Portland provides an opportunity to examine the way this can relate to formal construction because cities' primary sites of public spaces will be integrated with the flows of movement, but this creates a dichotomy between the nature of site as a singular entity and the requirements of multiplicity required by a system. In this lies an opportunity for architectural invention of new forms of communicative public space."
Kanewske, Matthew R., "MPS movement public space" (2006). Senior Theses. Paper 76.
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