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Community Self-Analysis and Temporary Intervention in Arts and Cultural Districts

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Title: Community Self-Analysis and Temporary Intervention in Arts and Cultural Districts
Authors: Gushi, Raquel Nozumi
Advisor: Clifford, Janine
Issue Date: May 2011
Abstract: The collected data revealed opportunities for integrating shared cultural elements into housing design; it also informed the program and concept for the Doctorate Design Project while supporting the viability of culturally appropriate public housing design in the United States. The project illustrates that the process of understanding specific cultures can ultimately reveal universal strategies for improving the quality of life for residents from any culture.
Pages/Duration: 133 pages
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/45738
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