Buffalo, urban, resilient city, directional urbanism, American cities, urban regeneration
Architecture | Urban, Community and Regional Planning
"This work has emerged out of an interest in the idea of the resilient city. It is an experiement intended to test ideas and suggest ways in which to reconsider architecture within a directed urbanism. Directional urbanism is a term that I use to describe how insertions can redirect or reinvent the trajectory of a city. This thesis privileges resiliency as the objective of that new trajectory; not as a moment of realization, but rather a continually changing adaptive process that allows cities to act, and react, in a constructive way."
Molino, Bruce, "33.3% - Creative Entrepreneurship in Buffalo, NY" (2006). Architecture Senior Theses. Paper 77.
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