Through comparative analysis of existing development in this region, this project identifies archetypes of ranging scale and magnitude which will influence evidence-based adaptive reuse design strategies and prototypical responses. With such a vast infrastructure, many opportunities exist to subvert paradigm shifts of thinking in terms of desert living, resource management, and utility distribution.
Las Vegas (Nev.)
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Urban sprawl; Adaptive reuse; Desert living; Utility distribution
Architecture | Art and Design | Urban Studies and Planning
Borquez, Pedro and Wolak, Taylor, "[In]Hospitable" (2019). Hospitality Design Graduate Capstones. 5.
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