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dc.contributor.advisor Colman, Scott
dc.creator Kizy, Sean 2012-09-06T04:26:14Z 2012-09-06T04:27:37Z 2012-09-06T04:26:14Z 2012-09-06T04:27:37Z 2012-05 2012-09-05 May 2012
dc.description.abstract Detroit continues to stand out as emblematic of failing urban economies, infrastructure, density, and form. But its spatially dominant urban relationships also provide the opportunity required to transform unsustainable, expanding megalopolises. Taking lead from the recently established Detroit Works Project, De-Center transforms existing urban conditions to propose a network of urban islands that respond to the extreme conditions created through modern planning. It demands that architecture and urbanism act as a single project.
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dc.language.iso eng
dc.subject De-Center
Network Archipelago
Albert Pope
Urban Design
Urban Planning
Detroit Works Project
dc.title DE-CENTER
dc.contributor.committeeMember Pope, Albert
dc.contributor.committeeMember Whiting, Sarah
dc.contributor.committeeMember Wittenberg, Gordon 2012-09-06T04:27:37Z
dc.identifier.slug 123456789/ETD-2012-05-139
dc.type.genre Thesis
dc.type.material Text Architecture Architecture Rice University Masters Master of Architecture
dc.identifier.citation Kizy, Sean. (2012) "DE-CENTER." Masters Thesis, Rice University.

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