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Urban, Community and Regional Planning

Master plan

Syracuse University

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Rebuilding Community: Boston's North End, Maria A. Fazio Apr 2003

Rebuilding Community: Boston's North End, Maria A. Fazio

Architecture Thesis Prep

"The city is enhanced by architecture form which participates in the urban fabric as a means of connection, therefore promoting the formation of community... The intent is to propose developemnt for portions of the Central Artery Master Plan in Boston, Massachusetts. The city is currently in the process of relocating a major infrastructural element from its present location above grade to a tunnel beneath the city. Demolition of the exiting central artery offers the city an opportunity to infill much of the land and restore surface level streets reconnecting the east sire of the interstate to the downtown area...

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A Gateway To The Campus, Caterina Frisone Jul 1987

A Gateway To The Campus, Caterina Frisone

Architecture Senior Theses

"The thesis proposal is the design of a master plan for Syracuse UNiversity. The S.U. Campus was my vehicle to experiement and apply the ideas and principles derived from my previous historical research and urban analysis: The subject of these two, in fact, has been the American College Campus, not only as a type of Architecture Planning, but also as a reflection of the american educational system."


A Guideline For Master Plans In Cities In The Mexican Republic, Carlos Eduardo Inda Hernandez Apr 1974

A Guideline For Master Plans In Cities In The Mexican Republic, Carlos Eduardo Inda Hernandez

Architecture Master Theses

The purpose of my thesis is to study a guideline for Planning Agencies, using as their main tool the master plan and always with the idea that the planner and the political official would be working together. It will be useful to study the planning tools in the U.S., and the organization of planning in European countries and decide what could be used and what not, to study the variations to suit the Mexican scene and the different Mexican cities.