architecture and society, architecture and economics, drugstore, public space, rejuvenation, clean up, Syracuse, Washington Square Park
"This thesis attempts to align architectural critique with the forces that inevitably shape it. For architecture to become a (critical) reality, the architect is forced to take on new roles. She can no longer be (solely) a manipulator of aesthetics, images and signs. She must also, in addition, become the manipulator of underlying forces beneath the surface (i.e. social, political, and economic)."
Sparano, B., "Today's Neighborhood Drugstore" (2001). Thesis Prep. Paper 177.
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