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Wonderland! By Northeastern Architecture
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“Wonderland,” a place name that conjures up an alternative reality is currently a forlorn vacant lot on a filled estuary that sits between an arterial road and a rail corridor. Its... More > namesake, an enormous amusement park on par with Dreamland on Coney Island, only existed from 1911 until 1916. During and after its demise, Wonderland was the site of a velodrome and a dog track, both uses that perpetuated the use of the site for mass entertainment. Today, Wonderland and nearby Suffolk Downs, a former horse track, are two of a half dozen remaining redevelopment sites left in metropolitan Boston.< Less
Design Research: Fall 2017 Directed Independent Study By Northeastern Architecture
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The 2017-2018 academic year marks the second year conducting the Master of Architecture Directed Independent Research + Design Design Studio. Unlike the other design studios in the Master of... More > Architecture degree program at Northeastern where a single topic is the focus of all of the students’ research in the design studio section, the Directed Independent Research + Design Studio is comprised of individual topics proposed by students and competitively selected by the faculty.< Less
Utopian Typologies By Northeastern Architecture
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Rather than take the principles of “good urbanism” for granted, we need to swim much further upstream to shape both the vision and specifics of a new neighborhood. We can no longer accept... More > that “activation” resulting from retail-lined sidewalks and the “innovations” inspired by foosball tables and free snacks are the baseline for 21st century urbanism. Instead, we need to interrogate the fundamentals of life and disentangle and rewire the social contract that gets us out of bed in the morning. Home, work, the activities we do in between, the quality of movement between these nodes, and the relationships we make and maintain constitute our lives. Are they satisfying? Could they be better? Architecture is one sphere to explore these questions and propose alternatives to the status quo.< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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