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Atmosphere and Surrounding Context Are Factors That Must Be Considered When Incorporating Urbanism Into a Programmed City

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Atmosphere and Surrounding Context Are Factors That Must Be Considered When Incorporating Urbanism Into a Programmed City
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Alonso, Christian Alexander
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The goal of the Urban Link is to open up the block for green spaces through the use of vertical layers. These stacked layers allow the simultaneous integration of pedestrian and commercial use in what is currently a congested area that also incorporated open spaces for urban agriculture and programmatic flow within Manhattan. ( en )
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Awarded Bachelor of Design, magna cum laude, on May 8, 2018. Major: Architecture
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College or School: College of Design, Construction and Planning
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Advisor: Nancy Clark. Advisor Department or School: Architecture

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University of Florida
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