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Collective Memory and Place Identity as guidelines for Urban Renewal

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The goal of this text, which is nothing more than an articulation of the preoccupation on how to responsibly conceive of an architectural intervention, is to lay the foundation for a framework, a process for how to tackle an architectural brief. The infatuation with collective memory and place identity stems from an intuition of what qualities define a successful or interesting space. Seeming as the environment is a result of previous actions, it is intuited that whatever it is that defines a place is a result of the past, a historical notion, and hence the interest in preservation. The development of this interest leads to an exploration of several texts that delve into context as a generality, dealing with specific ideas of regionalism, the experiential (phenomenology), the political and economic paradigm (governmentality) and, with it, the actors (stakeholders) that influence the change in the environment.

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103 pages

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2021-12

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Architecture; Identity; Memory; Place

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DuFour, Tao

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Warke, Val Kevin

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Architecture

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M.S., Architecture

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Master of Science

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Government Document

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Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International

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dissertation or thesis

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