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    • Urban Design and Development of a Public Space at theCity of Kitchener’s Intermodal Transit Hub 

      Alimohammadi, Tahoora (University of Waterloo, 2015-12-15)
      This thesis uses a case study design approach for the proposed Transit Hub for the City of Kitchener. It focuses on opportunities for a high quality public space or square to better integrate a new urban LRT line and a ...
    • Urban Room - Dynamic reinterpretation of Toronto’s urban voids 

      Mohebali, Ali (University of Waterloo, 2019-10-21)
      Over the past few decades, Toronto’s downtown core has experienced extreme and rapid intensification, seen through an exponential increase in both employees and residents. This growth has severely outpaced that of public ...
    • Vernacular of Adaptation: Undercurrent of Carpatho-Rusyn Perseverance 

      Kolbas, Aleksandar (University of Waterloo, 2009-08-31)
      In the nineteen nineties, former Yugoslavia, went through a series of interstitial disputes, both religious and political, which evolved into hatred amongst its own people and ultimately into an unforgiving civil war. ...
    • Walking City: The transformative role of pedestrians in public space 

      Czypyha, Shane (University of Waterloo, 2010-01-21)
      Vancouver’s downtown peninsula symbolically describes the sense of place unique to the city as a whole. It is a livable city with a strong connection to its natural surroundings, witnessed in its very active population. ...
    • What's Up With the Downtown? 

      Martyn, Mitchell (University of Waterloo, 2021-05-28)
      What’s Up with the Downtown? uses North Bay, Ontario to examine issues of downtown core usage and design in rural North American cities. As malls and box retail have moved to the forefront of physical spaces catering to ...


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