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Architectural Mediation: Accommodating Private Development & Public Good

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Title: Architectural Mediation: Accommodating Private Development & Public Good
Author: Lockwood, Sarah
Abstract: This Thesis, Architectural Mediation, will explore how to answer the question: how can architecture mediate the interests of private development and public good? The design of a combination transit stop, art gallery, and retail in North Minneapolis will address that question. In order to provide direction for the design, the theoretical premise will be closely followed. It states: “Versatility of space and adaptability of buildings can be used as strategies to mediate the needs of both private development and public good within the same building.” It is important to explore these ideas within a thesis design because: Mediating the needs of both private development and public resources will improve both economic growth and improve the quality of life within communities. In the case of North Minneapolis this is incredibly important to revitalize areas in urban decline.
Date: 2013-09
Subject: Local transit stations.
Art museums.
Coffee shops.
Stores, Retail.
Minneapolis (Minn.)
Minnesota.
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/22817

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