By Mark Robbins
In American urban X, editor Mark Robbins, former dean of Syracuse University's institution of structure, argues that leading edge and compelling structure cannot merely improve the way in which a urban is perceived, but in addition swap how it works. seeking to Syracuse, big apple, because the archetypal "American urban X," the publication showcases initiatives that reveal strength optimistic futures for publish commercial towns around the state. that includes renovations and ground-up constructions—ranging from landscapes to structures and infrastructure—at either residential and institutional scales, the profitable contemporary paintings in Syracuse addresses sustainability, fabric and formal experimentation, and creative use of area for evolving neighborhood wishes.
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Johnson’s 1966 Model Cities program, the Everson Museum complex reflects a vision of the city as, like the 194X map, a dispersed, modern place, accommodating vast numbers of cars, with gardens and residential and office towers in the place of dense, low-scale neighborhoods. At the heart of what was to be this new district is the cultural institution that was planned as a central locus for the new city. Its expansive plazas speak of the expectation of large crowds, though the district no longer had the local density to support it.
They sit amid preexisting houses on lots of original size and feature a varied massing typical of the neighborhood. As part of a parallel project, students are working with the architect Frederick Stelle and the professor Timothy Stenson and in partnership with Home HeadQuarters on the renovation of vacant homes on the same block. VIP Structures, which has expressed early support, will build these houses. This is a small-scale intervention, and efforts to replicate this work through more sustainable financing are under discussion.
Where the challenges are greatest, in areas that do not reflect investment at the public level, the most innovative thinking and building are needed in concert with market investment directed in productive ways. Building not only is the outward sign of change but also participates in making change happen. 39 LiOuid Assets: Landscape, Water, and urban change Julia Czerniak In the deindustrialized city, landscape is playing an ever-increasing role as the organizer of large-scale projects that effect positive change.
American City X: Syracuse After the Master Plan by Mark Robbins