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Urban "Gumbo": A Mixed-Use Public Corridor in Lafayette, Louisiana

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Title: Urban "Gumbo": A Mixed-Use Public Corridor in Lafayette, Louisiana
Author: Pickett, Courtney
Abstract: This thesis project invited the exploration of the boundaries between indoor and outdoor spaces. In fact, a boundary does not need to exist. To explore the impact of architecture in public spaces and an existing urban context, the typology for this thesis project is a public corridor. When designed properly, the users are no longer faced with a boundary, but a chance to create their own perception of the surrounding environment. This mixed use public space in Lafayette, Lousiana would change the views of designers and the society as a whole. Integrating this type of Urban Design will show users how architecture, nature and the city’s lively culture can coexist.
Date: -
Subject: Corridors.
Mixed-use developments.
Lafayette (La.)
Louisiana.
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/22865

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