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Interstitial Urbanity. Edition No. 1

  • ID: 1896949
  • March 2008
  • 200 Pages
  • VDM Publishing House

Interstitial urbanity examines strategies for addressing urbanity, scale and place within New York's peripheral real estate developments. Driven primarily by market forces, these high rise office and condominium complexes are beginning to form an outer ring around the city's post-industrial waterfront. Working in conjunction with these developments, Interstitial Urbanity proposes an urban centre - a fragment of place within a non place settlement. The theory is manifested in the design of an interstice that sits within the Queens West development on the Long Island City waterfront. Taking form in a multilayered public space, the interstice is comprised of a waterfront market square flanked by a commuter train terminal and an arts centre housed in a turn of the century power plant.

Narendra, Singh.
Dr. Narendra Singh, BSc, MBBS, MD, has been involved in clinical and experimental research with herbals and allopathic drugs for over 50 years. He headed the Research on Ayurvedic Herbals at KGMC
Marilena, Gilca.
Dr. Narendra Singh, BSc, MBBS, MD, has been involved in clinical and experimental research with herbals and allopathic drugs for over 50 years. He headed the Research on Ayurvedic Herbals at KGMC

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