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  • Cayler Point: The revitalization of Brownfields 

    Walker, Andrew Colin (2021)
    Our planet is becoming increasingly urbanized, with roughly half of the human population residing in urban areas. Equipped with infrastructure, public facilities, and sufficient job markets; urban areas attract migrants ...
  • Infill Farm: Revitalizing Urban Landscapes for Food Production 

    Peragine, Daniel (2021)
    Lack of access to quality food, education, jobs, and housing have caused New York City’s most deprived neighborhoods to have higher rates of obesity, unemployment, homelessness, and other concerns for the average American. ...
  • Beyond Sustainability: Biophilia as a tool for Regenerative Urban Design 

    Asamoah, Jemimah (2021)
    The concept of urban revitalization deals with measures to improve the features of the urban environment whilst promoting community engagement to improve the quality of life for all. Many Low-income neighborhoods in the ...
  • Affirming Identity: Communities Cultivating Heritage 

    Inoa, Jazmin (2021)
    In the continuing battle to dismantle systemic racism critically evaluating the condition of the built environment proves especially necessary. The history of urban renewal and gentrification within Washington D.C. exists ...
  • The City Symbiotic: Integrating Architecture and Hydrology in the Public Realm 

    Piltz, Shayne Michelle (2021)
    This thesis approaches climate resilience through a comprehensive urban-scale system that incorporates integrated stormwater management to address sea-level rise and urban flooding, while leveraging the power of community ...

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