revitalization, public pool, adaptive reuse
"By embracing the deregulatory, informal, and indeterminate production of space, architecture may operate as framework for the inhabitation of public space that both enables and demands public agency. As such, the architecture operates to assist rather than prescribe, relying on the energy of the general public to construct a more dynamic and social-viable public space: one that is constantly in flux."
Reeves, Thomas, "Deregulatory Space: A Project to Revitalize McCarren Pool" (2009). Architecture Senior Theses. Paper 89.
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