Parking, Manhattan, Sunnyside Yards, Urban Rehabilitation, Parking Garage, Urban Ammenity
Architecture | Urban, Community and Regional Planning
This project re-conceptualizes the parking garage structure from a building type deemed as an utilitarian object, to a multi-functioning public service provider, to not only store cars for the individual but also as an infrastructured platform for providing urban amenity, providing much needed urban public space. This structure looks at the concept of garage to look beyond its normative function of purely car storage, and sees the potential of using the building both with and without vehicles, to ultimately act as a form of urban rehabilitation.
Francis, Alyssa, "Parking" (2014). Architecture Thesis Prep. 239.
Syracuse School of Architecture Thesis Prep
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