Urban Market and Farm for Nashville
Harr, Virginia Irene
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This thesis is an investigation of the role of architecture in reclaiming deteriorating urban constructs, consequently restoring the placedness of a given community - in this case, East Nashville. Through careful consideration of the built environment, architecture as well as landscape architecture can transform our existence on the land and sustain a harmonious economy through the cultivation of food grown within the neighborhood. How we structure ourselves on the landscape via architecture speaks to our perception of the material world given to us.
- Masters Theses