Type of Document Master's Thesis Author Scali, Emily Genia Author's Email Address firstname.lastname@example.org URN etd-07162010-131253 Title Central Market: A Study of Architecture as Ecosystem Degree Master of Architecture Department Architecture Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title Piedmont-Palladino, Susan C. Committee Chair Emmons, Paul F. Committee Member Kelsch, Paul J. Committee Member Keywords
- washington dc
- urban design
Date of Defense 2010-05-10 Availability unrestricted AbstractThe city functions as an Urban Ecosystem. As buildings are primary components of this system, each structure must appropriate its environment for the Urban Ecosystem to thrive. Additionally, each building acts as an individual ecosystem. Each building consumes energy, produces waste, and serves as an environment for life to flourish.
This project investigates the study of architecture based on principles of ecology. The building holds a market, culinary school, and restaurants; receiving,transforming, and distributing sustenance to the city’s inhabitants while supporting the greater metropolitan area farmers. The building exhibits the ubiquity of nature in the city and helps to revitalize an unhealthy part of Washington, DC’s Urban Ecosystem.
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