ecology, constructed landscape, San Francisco, Golden Gate Promenade, performing arts center, outdoor theater design
"The contention is that in today's works of information and Ecology, the acknowledgment of each of these parts (the natural elements, social activities, and constructed landscape) of a complete system can generate an architecture that allows the urban community to coexist with the surroundings... Ecologically, how does architecture become involved with this system of parts in an urban environment?"
Trance, Seth R., "Architecture as Constructed Ecology: The Systemic Approach to a Built Urban Landscape" (2002). Architecture Thesis Prep. 88.
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