Aqua_Culture: Recognizing New Institutional Models for the Reactivation of Inherent Values in the Urban and Cultural Landscape of Arecibo
Arecibo, natural resources, Marine Research and Educational Center, research facility design, waterfront, architecture and society, education
"Natural resources have dictated the sucessful development of the city of Arecibo until the dissolution of the city's industrial models. This thesis aims to create a Marine Research and Educational Center that promotes the engagement between the city's urban dwellers and its waterfront in a desire to recover the city's valuable historical landscape while promoting new forms of social revitalization through the means of education.'
Dorta-Quinones, Cynthia M., "Aqua_Culture: Recognizing New Institutional Models for the Reactivation of Inherent Values in the Urban and Cultural Landscape of Arecibo" (2007). Architecture Thesis Prep. 163.
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