territory, infrastructure, territorial reconfiguration, New Jersey, holistic proposal, urbanization
Understanding the operation of a Territory as opposed to conceiving solely of urban and non-urban/rural areas illuminates the underlying flaws present in the built environment that are caused by this assumption. Infrastructure is a vital component of planning that is significantly downplayed and disjointed when looking at areas independently, and as such should be linked back into a proper understanding of the territory. This Thesis seeks to provide an example of a possible territorial reconfiguration in New Jersey that utilizes an updated conception of territory, creating a Holistic Proposal to remedy outdated planning and infrastructural practices stemming from the misconception of an urban and rural divide.
Oeckinghaus, Ryan, "Territorial Transgressions: The (New) New Jersey" (2019). Architecture Senior Theses. 435.
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