Architecture, waterfront, Shanghai, water, urban, public space
The existing waterfront condition presents a separation between the water and urban. I propose this separation between the water and urban is an interacted space of urban and water. Waterfront constructed in this way protects the city from floating, yet a solution of creating a public space, ports, and water filtration facility will blend the separated condition. Thus, architecture exemplifies a vehicle to constitute physical and visual connection for dichotomy edge created by the waterfront in a rapid stratified urbanization and industrialization.
Shih, Clifford, "REVITALIZING WATERFRONT: The Sinking City" (2013). Architecture Senior Theses. 174.
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