From Strip Mall to Small Town: The Incremental Redevelopment of a Parking Lot

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Title: From Strip Mall to Small Town: The Incremental Redevelopment of a Parking Lot
Author: Buck, Alysha
Abstract: My research indicates that the most vibrant historic plazas exhibit Evolution of Place, Civility, and Tophophilia, yet these qualities seem to be absent from many of Atlanta’s public spaces. By looking to the Medieval City as a model for urbanization, designers can emphasize pedestrian activity, sensory awareness, and incrementalism in the redevelopment of transit-adjacent greyfields.
Description: Masters Project Report, May 2010, Professor Ellen Dunham-Jones, thesis advisor. Retrofitting Suburbia – Masters Project Studio
Type: Plan or blueprint
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1853/39283
Date: 2010
Contributor: Georgia Institute of Technology. Urban Design
Publisher: Georgia Institute of Technology
Subject: Mixed-use redevelopment
Strip malls
Place
Advisor: Ellen Dunham-Jones

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