urban space, play, cultural interaction, community exchange center, Penn Avenue Corridor
"How can architecture build urban environments that allow for public participation in and control over the space of the city? Encouraging and encompassing the play element in culture, architecture can represent a society constructed with systems of exchange based upon information, communication, and imagination among varying publics in order to counterbalance the existing system of capital enterprise."
McNutt, Matthew 'Mick', "What Are You Thinking.... Allowing Publics to Engage the Surfaces of the City" (2003). Architecture Thesis Prep. Paper 81.
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