Syracuse, transportation, mobility, infrastructure, station design, connectivity, transportation
"The proposal, interchanging an already detached program, resurrecting forgotten artifacts as symbols, and inverting conceptions of organization, would be one method of connecting to local networks and contexts in order to ground the project in site and place. It is not meant to be seen as a corrective measure for any aspect of the site, only as an opportunity to utilize and reinvent its unique situation and history in a new way. It is a model for the creation of a sustainable place in a mobile society."
Hicks, Jonathan, "Mobility and Station: Place and Movement in a Culture of Nostalgia and Commodities" (2003). Architecture Thesis Prep. 164.
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