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Title: Embracing spectacle:immersing entertainment into an urban fabric
Authors: Bérubé, Maxine
Keywords: Spectacle;activity;community;identity;recovered space;urban design;revitalization;architecture;Sudbury
Issue Date: 10-Apr-2022
Abstract: The City of Sudbury has struggled to maintain vibrancy in its downtown core. Urban revitalization is critical to reestablish livelihood and draw people in through all seasons. Vibrancy shall be restored through the analysis of existing interventions within the city, the exploration of the current image of the city, and through the help of various precedents which involve revitalization, entertainment and multi seasonal spaces. With these explorations, an urban design strategy shall be proposed for Durham street, including the partial enclosure of the street to vehicular traffic and the recovery of surrounding alleys.
URI: https://zone.biblio.laurentian.ca/handle/10219/3885
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