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Identifying and Cultivating a Legacy and Urban Connection

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Title: Identifying and Cultivating a Legacy and Urban Connection
Author: Proulx, Kristopher
Abstract: This thesis is a response to the exploration of the legacy of our civic communities. It will explore the manner in which these communities are developed, cultivated, and grow to meet the needs of those individuals of which they are composed and also serve. In addition, it will explore the emerging ways in which these communities serve those individuals as a result of cultural, ethnic, political, social, economic, technological, and environmental influences. The design project is located near the edge of downtown St. Paul, Minnesota. The project will explore the mixed-use building typology and the manner in which this typology fits within our urban fabric. In addition, the project will explore the benefits and challenges associated with this typology and the ways in which the typology, along with other organizations and entities, will help this particular community identify and cultivate the legacy it hopes to nurture and carry on.
Date: 2011-05
Subject: Mixed-use developments.
Saint Paul (Minn.)
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/16889

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