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Master of Architecture (MArch)
The explosive population growth of overly indulgent urban societies, in conjunction with the absence of systematic structures that alleviate human environmental impacts, contribute to unfavorable socio-economic consequences which actively interfere with the long-term prospect of human development. One of the hidden costs of the urban population boom is the alarming trend of infectious disease outbreaks. To meet the demands of an ever growing population, essential urban conditions such as green spaces, eco-infrastructure, and amiable living conditions are lacking from modern urban contexts. New York City, is the perfect example of a hyperly urban community that lacks an overall organizational strategy to preserve its success, in regards to human scale, community interrelations, long term sustainability, and hyper functionality.
How can we effectively deploy sustainable green strategies that can accommodate the growing needs of our communities while simultaneously supporting the expansion of natural environments in dense urban settings?
Hinckfuss, Nicholas, "Manahatta" (2021). Masters Theses. 646.
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