population growth, ineffiency, suburbia, lan, energy, pollution, vehicular, human oriented cities, civic infrastructure, new urbanism
The project I am proposing, “A New Way to Expand our
Cities: a Concentration of Civic Infrastructure”, offers a
solution to this ill growth expansion. A hyper dense populated
city big enough to support public transportation and
other amenities less populated areas do not, in simpler
terms, human oriented cities with concentrated civic infrastructures
(for example: schools, city halls, museums, spa
centers, transportation centers, commercial areas and low
income housing). This can be done easily with the encouragement
of the private sector and no zoning or mixed use,
but instead, more general rules and guidance which create
more opportunity to control growth.
Sanalan, Kaan, "Civic Composition: An Architectural Solution to an Urban Problem" (2014). Architecture Thesis Prep. 266.
Syracuse School of Architecture Thesis Prep
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