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Indeterminacy and Discovery: Industrial Re-Use in Detroit

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posted on 22.05.2021, 10:50 by John Sirdevan
The displacement and lack of affordable space that occurs as a consequence of gentrification, ultimately undermines and threatens the rich cultural capital generated by displaced and marginalized communities. An adaptive reuse strategy in which an indeterminate, heterogeneous spatial composition is employed, can stimulate creative and alternative counter cultural activity, which contributes positively to the cultural, educational, and economic fabric of the site’s adjacent communities.

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eng

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Master of Architecture

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Architecture

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Ryerson University

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