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Final Thesis Boards8.pdf
Title: Community Identity: Re-connecting City + River
Author: Nies, Shane
Abstract: This project will examine a growing city’s historical origin that has been lost. The typology will be community center and library accompanied by a bridge/site rennovation. The guiding idea is that the design will be re-discovering the city’s historical influence to aid in restoring a sense of community identity. The relationship between the paper mill and the Mississippi River has historical value and is a framework for the re-vitalization of the city’s origin. The project is located in Sartell, MN along the west bank of the Mississippi River, near the paper mill, where the city founded its historical roots. My typology is a community center and library accompanied by a bridge/site rennovation in Sartell, MN. The square footage of the community center is 15721 sf and the library is 7642 sf.
Date: 2012-05
Subject: Community centers.
Library buildings.
Library architecture.
Libraries and community.
Waterfronts.
Sartell (Minn.)
Minnesota.
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/20055

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