postindustrial, landscape urbanism, public space, Syracuse, Onondaga Creek
Architecture | Urban, Community and Regional Planning
"This thesis contends that by considering the urban landscape as an evolving, interconnected network, much like an ecosystem, architecture can create flexible, accessible public space as part of a larger scale system which affects as well as responds to specific physical and social forces of the contemporary postindustrial city."
Smith, Thomas, "Connective Ecology: Reclaiming the Postindustrial Urban Landscape" (2006). Thesis Prep. Paper 16.