Exhibition | Syracuse Works: Student Visions for the City
Through the study of the urban built environment, both in Syracuse and travel to Medellin, Colombia, this project sought to explore examples of insertion, sensitive to context, needs of the user, and creative use of space.
Situated in the Near Westside neighborhood of Syracuse, the urban salvage park is a place to find new purpose for goods, provide an environment created from recycled materials, and provide jobs and training for those in the neighborhood.
pronunciation: \de•bris [duh-bree']
etymology: french débris, from middle french, from debriser to break to pieces date: 1708
Urban Salvage Park Near Westside, Syracuse, New York
Project chosen for Syracuse Works exhibition, intended to open a dialogue between student-architects, and the citizens of the City for which they are frequently designing.
bird's eye view from southwest corner
a : proposed agenda and strategy
b : mission statement
c : site layout plan
near westside map with debris locations
approach from northwest corner
inside the unloading zone
moving furniture from sorting to showroom
community members using urban park under the sunshade