Authors/Contributors

Thomas Smith

Document Type

Thesis Prep

Publication Date

Fall 2006

Degree

B. ARCH

Keywords

postindustrial, landscape urbanism, public space, Syracuse, Onondaga Creek

Language

English

Disciplines

Architecture | Urban, Community and Regional Planning

Description/Abstract

"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."

Additional Information

Advisors: Lori Brown / Terrance Goode