Syracuse, museum design, museum of science and technology, art and technology, placemaking, public space
"The hypothesis being that the Museum as building type; as expressed through the ideals of the enlightenment, can shape urban place through the its form and content. The intent is to use this hypothesis to shape a significant urban place in Syracuse, NY. The premise being that Syracuse does not have a space that serves as a public forum. This is not intended to reflect the history of Syracuse, but deal with some of the architectural and social problems that currently exist."
Corson, Robert J., "The shaping of Urban PLace: The Didactic Museum and the Dialectic Between Art and Technology" (1991). Architecture Thesis Prep. Paper 160.
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