Thickening, resilience in infrastructure, context of engineering, bridge, superstructure, substructure, Ohio River, Pittsburgh, deck, foundation
Architectural Engineering | Architecture
Infrastructure should be designed for higher RESILIENCE, not permanence. Rather than over-engineer to resist the inevitable failure of individual components, the next generation of public infrastructure needs to exceed its technical specifications and seek opportunistic hybridity between systems. In doing so, new possibilities for multi-layered use/outputs emerge which contribute to a more productive and resilient infrastructural lifespan.
Ravini, Marco Antonio, "Thickening: A 21st century approach for resilience in infrastructure" (2014). Architecture Thesis Prep. 260.
Syracuse School of Architecture Thesis Prep
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