Alaska, tourism, cultural identity, small town, landscape, infrastructure
Architecture | Landscape Architecture | Urban, Community and Regional Planning
"This thesis focuses on a problem that arises due to the specific flows of tourists and migrant workers into the south east Alaskan Inside Passage. Because of these population flows, situations have emerged in the small town communities that create a need for an intervention designed to cater to the specific circumstances surrounding each individual group of people, and how they coexist with one another."
Tamblin, Jennifer, "Architecture of Population Flows | Localizing Tourism in the Inside Passage" (2010). Architecture Thesis Prep. 44.