Density and the Architecture of Exchange: Housing and Infrastructural Strategies for New Orleans

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The argument of a decreased city footprint for the City of New Orleans is still lurking beneath the surface of conversation of reconstruction. The suppression of this topic is caused by fear of political unpopularity, and must cease to exist in this fashion. Architecture must take the lead in offering solutions for repopulation through strategic redensification. To this end, the study of symbiotic relationships of natural organisms will lead to a new realization of strategies for appropriating space in an urban setting. This analysis will direct an investigation to find greater opportunities for increased density housing and neighborhood ammenities without wholesale demolition, but rather through opportunistic occupation of space in the city, creating a sustainable neighborhood model for the future anticipation of New Orleans. This book documents the architectural research project described above that was part of the year-long thesis process at the Tulane School of Architecture,... More > 2007.< Less
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Blake Fisher
September 30, 2011
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