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RFugleberg_FinalThesisBoard1.pdf
Title: Urban Individuality
Author: Fugleberg, Ryan
Abstract: This thesis explores possible answers to the question, is individualism slowing the growth of dense housing? The Typology used to examine this problem is a dense residential/mixed use complex. The Theoretical Premise/Unifying Idea that the research will be based on is, “For urban housing to grow in popularity, dense residential complexes need to reflect the individuals within them.” The site for this project is located in Wyoming, Minnesota, a small community north of the Minneapolis and St. Paul. The announcement of an expansion for Polaris Industries’ Product Development Center in Wyoming has created a large demand for housing. The city also hopes to recreate a city center that has been lost through years of poor planning. These circumstances combine to create an ideal place to experiment with a new urban housing form.
Date: 2013-05
Subject: Multipurpose buildings.
Joint occupancy of buildings.
Mixed-use developments.
Apartment houses.
Wyoming (Minn.)
Minnesota.
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/22786

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