Heterotopia: Loose Space for an Edge City
Volodymyr Babii, 2017
The place does not become loose as a result of one condition or effort, rather the place holds the possibility of “becoming,” and when the right set of conditions is met — there is a chance that reappropriation will happen.
In Defense of a “Third Place”: How Reassembling the Boundaries of an Urban Military Installation Can Maintain Security While Uniting the Community
Peter DeIuliis, 2019
Separation barriers cannot mask the underlying motivation behind them. When the barrier is born of negative intent (fear, imprisonment, segregation or inequality) the barrier will almost assuredly be divisive.
Safe Harbor: An Exploration in Lunar Habitation
Cameron Gahres, 2018
This thesis adds new perspectives beyond conventional engineered plans, to explore the potential of an immersive, reactive urban fabric with sensitivity to astrological presences.
Lenses of Connectivity: Adapting the Impact of Urban Highways on American Cities
Andrew Hayes, 2016
To develop a deep understanding of this urban challenge, it was going to be necessary to carefully examine cities that have been acutely affected by urban highways. The neighborhoods at the core of these damaged American cities trudge on. Why? Because they have no other option.
Revitalizing Daily Travel – Mumbai, India
Saanika Lokre, 2017
Urbanism plays a major role in the development of cities, being a combination of cultural and urban living. Urbanism has brought various downfalls along with progress. Has urbanism made development a monotonous concept?
Cultivating Curriculum: How Investing in School Grounds, the Streetscape and Vacant Land as Urban Ecosystems Can Address Food Security, the Community and Institutions of Public Education
Karen McAllister, 2019
What kind of infrastructure would a city have to develop if it cultivated its own food?
Ecological Urbanism: Embedding Nature in the City
Alyssa Tope, 2018
Is there a possible step past landscape urbanism by advocating for ecological urbanism that demonstrates how human and natural systems can work together in an urban environment in a way that is ecologically productive, regionally connected, and mutually beneficial?