Book Review: The South Carolina State House Grounds, 2021 Pine Tree Hill Elementary School, Kershaw County School District
Book Review: The South Carolina State House Grounds, Jennifer S. Gibson
South Carolina Libraries
Jennifer Gibson reviews The South Carolina State House Grounds, written by Lydia Mattice Brandt with photographs by Chandler Yonkers.
Dogu Karadeniz Cevre Tartismalari, 2021 Karadeniz Technical University
Dogu Karadeniz Cevre Tartismalari, Dilek Beyazli
No abstract provided.
From Displaced To Our Place: Using An Educational Narrative To Build Community In A Displaced Community, 2021 Kennesaw State University
From Displaced To Our Place: Using An Educational Narrative To Build Community In A Displaced Community, Morgan Frederick
Symposium of Student Scholars
Thomasville heights is a displacement neighborhood for people pushed out by Atlanta’s Urban Renewal projects. Thomasville Heights remains a casualty of a system of economic segregation. Under this system of segregation these neighborhoods are left in detrimental states. It is in places like Thomasville Heights where the phrase “place matters” becomes a call to action. A town of 6000 residents and only one elementary school, Thomasville heights is bordered by multiple freight yards, a cemetery, landfills, and Atlanta’s US penitentiary, just a 5-minute walk from that one elementary school. There remains a vast difference between that of low-income ...
Restoring History: Mixed-Use Hotel & Retail Center, 2021 Kennesaw State University
Restoring History: Mixed-Use Hotel & Retail Center, William Chase Sisk
Symposium of Student Scholars
Monroe, Georgia, is a unique small town, located halfway between Athens and Atlanta. The small-town atmosphere and amenities have become a popular destination for people attracted to the historic buildings, downtown events and UGA football home games. Monroe is popular for its wedding venues, antique malls, and car shows, but there are not enough hotel rooms. Currently within the historic downtown, there are only one bed and breakfast, two AirBNB’s, and no hotels, although every downtown storefront is occupied by restaurants, retail stores, and businesses.
The need for overnight accommodations has raised the possibility of a new mixed-use hotel ...
Usri Research Poster, 2021 Western University
Usri Research Poster, Christian Undseth
Undergraduate Student Research Internships Conference
This is my USRI research output and recording for analysis of public transit services accessibility and development impacts.
Urban Heat Mitigation For Current And Future Conditions: A Case Study For Downtown London On, 2021 The University of Western University
Urban Heat Mitigation For Current And Future Conditions: A Case Study For Downtown London On, Maryam Shams
Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Repository
The urban heat island is a phenomenon wherein urban areas experience warmer temperatures than their surrounding rural areas. Techniques to reduce excess heat in urban environments are known as heat mitigation or heat island mitigation solutions, with the intent that they reduce urban temperatures. This research presents an investigation on the impacts and effectiveness of urban heat mitigation techniques on improving the outdoor thermal conditions of downtown London, Ontario. The impact of increasing vegetated areas and applying higher albedo materials for road pavements is assessed with ENVI-Met software for current and future summer weather. Furthermore, investigations were conducted for current ...
Smart Sprinkler System For Water Conservation, 2021 Effat University
Smart Sprinkler System For Water Conservation, Rana A. Johar
Effat Undergraduate Research Journal
One of the main problems facing modern cities is water scarcity. The increasing level of water wastage in the i r r igat ion system is an alarming problem. According to the 2030 vision, a reduction in water wastage is sought. This represents a strong motivation to create a simple device to achieve water efficiency. Home sprinkler water flow systems do not take into consideration the current state of the surroundings, which lead to high wastage of water. In this research paper, a conceptual smart travelling sprinkler composed of a water pump and a motion motor is proposed. The suggested ...
Designing With Users: A Participatory Design As A Community Engagement Program In The City Zoo, 2021 Department of Architecture, Faculty of Engineering, Universitas Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia
Designing With Users: A Participatory Design As A Community Engagement Program In The City Zoo, Yulia Nurliani Lukito, Nevine R. Kusuma, Enira Arvanda, Zafira R. Ummah
ASEAN Journal of Community Engagement
This article discusses a participatory design project that aims at creating a collaborative design among architectural students, visitors, and zoo management in designing street furniture and selfie spots in city zoos. Participatory design is used in the design process to get the users’ and designers’ interpretation of the space, improve design outcomes, and increase the community awareness of their surroundings. As part of the Universitas Indonesia Community Engagement Program, the zoo design project fosters a collaborative design between the university and zoo community and supports the educational, conservational, and recreational goals of Ragunan Zoo in Jakarta. Designing street furniture and ...
Exploring The Use Of Grid-Scale Compressed Air Energy Storage In The Urban Landscape, 2021 University of Massachusetts Amherst
Exploring The Use Of Grid-Scale Compressed Air Energy Storage In The Urban Landscape, Connor S. Slover
Energy storage is becoming a crucial element to the renewable energy grid, and new facilities will have to go somewhere. This thesis will propose to co-locate compressed air energy storage on a site with residential units, and a community park.
This thesis will make the argument that co-locating a compressed air energy storage system with residential units could create a new start for the communities most harmed by fossil fuel infrastructure. This thesis will propose a design for a site in East Boston; a community badly scarred by heating oil and natural gas storage; with the goal of creating a ...
An Assessment Of Four Selected Communities Along The Appalachian Trail In Relation To Emile Benton Mackaye's Original Vision Of Regional Planning, 2021 University of Massachusetts Amherst
An Assessment Of Four Selected Communities Along The Appalachian Trail In Relation To Emile Benton Mackaye's Original Vision Of Regional Planning, Jessica Ann Schottanes
Planner, conservationist, forester, and geographer Emile Benton MacKaye envisioned a revolutionary, extensive foot trail that would promote the interaction between communities throughout the United States' distinctive eastern region. His 1921 plan for the Appalachian Trail (A.T.) focused on balancing the basic requirements for life in and out of the urban context by developing an ‘indigenous’ environment and developmental mold (Bower 1962, 372). However, almost a century has passed, and MacKaye's approach to the planning process, organization, environmental development, and the rural economy remains hidden beneath the mountain forest canopy extending from Maine to Georgia.
Four of the forty-nine ...
From Sanctuary To Home In The Post-Interstate City, 2021 University of Massachusetts Amherst
From Sanctuary To Home In The Post-Interstate City, Morgan B. Sawyer
The removal of New York Interstate- 81’s (I-81) 1.4 mile stretch of raised, four-lane highway in Syracuse will highlight the critical role of socioeconomics, accessibility, and community building in urban neighborhood reclamation. The removal of what had been previously deemed an urban renewal project, presents Syracuse with new opportunities for space restoration and place-making efforts, atoning for careless and traumatic historic divisions, all the while exploring more substantive design responses tailored to the realities of the City. This thesis explores these fundamental planning considerations through a design lens; by proposing a comprehensive and integrated vision of physical and ...
Detroit: Revitalizing Urban Communities, 2021 University of Massachusetts Amherst
Detroit: Revitalizing Urban Communities, David N. Fite
This thesis examines the relationship between architecture and planning in Detroit. The relationship between these two disciplines has reinforced gross inequality in socioeconomic status over many decades. It has been compounded by racism which planning policy and Architecture exploited during the 20th Century for private interests. This impacts the built environment at all scales. Today division is reinforced through small details such as how handrails are placed on benches, but it extends to planning metropolitan areas, and how they are divided up into city and suburb. At the scales between, both architecture and planning reinforce the segregation within their ...
Firesafe: Designing For Fire-Resilient Communities In The American West, 2021 University of Massachusetts Amherst
Firesafe: Designing For Fire-Resilient Communities In The American West, Brenden Baitch
The perception that wildfires are completely preventable has caused many structures and communities to be built in locations that will inevitably experience an uncontrollable fire event, risking human lives and infrastructure. Modification of built environments into fire-adapted communities has been explored in this thesis, through multiple strategies. Central to this analysis is the idea that sustainable human developments could adopt a form of biomimicry and indigenous design informed by the adaptions of plants, animals, and native groups that endure and even thrive with regular cycles of fire. This possibility has been assessed through the scope of fire adaptation strategies available ...
Using Google Street View To Examine Urban Context And Green Amenities In The Global South: The Chilean Experience, Monica Haddad, Zachary Christman, Hamil Pearsall, Melinda Sanchez
Community and Regional Planning Publications
This study evaluates the use of virtual, human-interpreted, field observations using Google Street View (GSV) to examine the presence of conditions that may be used to analyze green gentrification in the Global South. We propose that green gentrification is characterized by the introduction or improvement of green amenities (such as parks) as well as corresponding changes to the urban context (such as facade materials). While virtual field observations have been used to examine neighborhood context for other applications, this method has not yet been applied to the study of green gentrification, nor in the Global South. Using one urban park ...
Migraciones Multilocales Y Transformaciones Territoriales En La Vereda Cascajal De Subachoque (Cundinamarca), 2021 Universidad de la Salle, Bogotá
Migraciones Multilocales Y Transformaciones Territoriales En La Vereda Cascajal De Subachoque (Cundinamarca), Oscar Andrés Estupiñan Bejarano, Sandra Yesenia Fajardo García
Maestria en Ciencias del Hábitat
En el presente estudio de caso se abordan las transformaciones territoriales que ha tenido la vereda Cascajal, ubicada en el municipio de Subachoque-Cundinamarca debido a las migraciones multilocales que han acontecido en la última década. Para ello, se destaca el uso de tres categorías conceptuales principales, que son: 1- El entorno biofísico, considerando los impactos a nivel de coberturas, usos de suelo, tamaño y uso de los predios 2- La normatividad local vigente aplicable al ordenamiento territorial rural y su real relevancia práctica ante las transformaciones territoriales y, 3-las relaciones sociales, instauradas entre residentes antiguos y nuevos, teniendo en cuenta ...
Crosscutting Environmental Risk With Design: A Multi-Site, Multi-City Socioecological Approach For Iowa’S Diversifying Small Towns, Benjamin A. Shirtcliff, Rosie Manzo, Rachel Scudder
Landscape Architecture Publications
Globally, the influx of refugee, migrant, and immigrant populations into small centers of industrialized agriculture has called attention to a looming public health crisis. As small towns shift from remote villages into rural, agri-industrial centers, they offer limited access to amenities needed to support human well-being. Our study focused on three Iowa towns that continue to experience an increase in under-represented minority populations and decline of majority populations as a proxy for studying shifting populations in an era of industrialized agriculture and global capital. We aimed to understand the socioecological impact of built environments—outdoor locations where people live and ...
Intervención Urbana Y Centro Cultural Botánico Para La Articulación Patrimononial Existente En Ambalema, Tolima., 2021 Universidad de La Salle, Bogotá
Intervención Urbana Y Centro Cultural Botánico Para La Articulación Patrimononial Existente En Ambalema, Tolima., María Paola Rojas Márquez
Ambalema, Tolima situado a la ribera del rio Magdalena es un municipio cuyo centro histórico posee la declaratoria de Monumento Nacional desde 1980 y así como la catalogación de Bien de Interés Cultural (BIC) del ámbito nacional. Es un territorio con gran riqueza histórica y natural, fue sede de experimentación de la Real Expedición Botánica y gracias a su consolidación como productor de tabaco en el siglo XVIII, se convirtió en un punto principal fluvial y ferroviario del centro de Colombia. Sin embargo, su estado actual presenta condiciones distintas, el municipio carece de una conexión con el rio Magdalena, su ...
Understanding The Importance Of Statues: Symbols Of Racism In Modern Society, 2021 St. John Fisher College
Understanding The Importance Of Statues: Symbols Of Racism In Modern Society, Theresa Vanwormer
The Review: A Journal of Undergraduate Student Research
Whether it is a monument, statue, plaque, or mural, the values and ideologies that are memorialized on public land reflect what reality the people of a country are choosing to remember. The United States’ political and racial history has led to the creation of controversial memorials, including memorials that honor the Confederacy and its leaders, influencing moral concepts based in racism, violence, and oppression. The continued veneration of these symbols on public land sends the message to the Black community that their oppressors are honored as heroes and that the society they live in still allows for their abuse. Annette-Gordon ...
San Joaquin Parks And Recreation Site-Specific Strategic Plan, 2021 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
San Joaquin Parks And Recreation Site-Specific Strategic Plan, Ida Araghieyan, Jessica M. Gastineau Romero
City and Regional Planning
The San Joaquin Parks and Recreation Strategic Plan (SJPRSP) outlines a road to success for parks, open space, and recreational amenities. Areas of improvement are identified, and local assessments of opportunities and strengths of San Joaquin are examined to curate a site-specific plan of what could be implemented regarding local parks and recreation and open space.
Health Infrastructure Accessibility In San Joaquin, Ca, 2021 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
Health Infrastructure Accessibility In San Joaquin, Ca, Vinson Lok Kwan, Trisha Phuong Tran
City and Regional Planning
The purpose of this study is to assess the health infrastructure and accessibility in San Joaquin, California through the existing conditions of the city, reviewing various cities facing similar conditions, and creating potential solutions or recommendations to be implemented into the city to accommodate growth and overall well-being in the community.
Health infrastructure and accessibility is important to every community since it has the ability to influence the quality-of-care individuals are able to receive. When it comes to infrastructure, it is important to determine the underlying health conditions the local population faces and whether the services provided are adequate in ...