New York is Not a Place

Project by Laetitia Croize-Pourcelet & Sheri Zon

The strategic densification of Manhattan allows the re-activation of neighborhoods and the enhancement of distinctive areas of the city. The densification transforms buildings into multiprogrammatic environments. As these transformations progress, Manhattan functions as one uninterrupted urban composition.

Existing Building Typologies Within Manhattan Neighborhoods

Manhattan After Application of Density Strategies

Connected

Saturized

O-Zoned

Mushroomed

 

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