Nora Taupier

MA Urban Design

Connectivity and the Reuse of Existing Infrastructure
to Develop the Public Realm and Contribute to Placemaking

Connectivity in urban design is defined through three separate aspects: physical connectivity, social connectivity, and ecological connectivity. This thesis brings new ideas and questions to the debate around the topic of adaptive reuse and place-making, and how new types of connectivity can be introduced in urban areas, specifically the Parkland Walk in London.

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