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a_b thesis book.pdf
Title: Residential Redux
Author: Blaha, Aaron J
Abstract: Residential Redux is an investigation of the following question, can a new residential/mixed-use complex integrate the traditional assets of a suburban neighborhood, while still addressing its new urban context? This proposal’s primary focus is through an imaginative reinterpretation of the suburban dweller and their regress into the city. The type of building implemented for this statement will be predominantly apartments and condominiums and is located in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The importance and potential application of this project comes from the sprawling residential trends that have greatly shaped our cities’ layout and is thusly an attempt to reconcile their unsustainable nature by offering a more sensitive alternative.
Date: 2013-05
Subject: Condominiums.
Apartment houses.
Joint occupancy of buildings.
Mixed-use developments.
Multipurpose buildings.
Minneapolis (Minn.)
Minnesota.
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/22789

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