Analysis of: Schindler’s “Architectural Exclusion: Discrimination and Segregation Through Physical Design of the Built Environment”

In Schindler’s “Architectural Exclusion: Discrimination and Segregation Through Physical Design of the Built Environment,” she explains how “the built environment is characterized by man-made physical features that make it difficult for often poor people and people of color to have access to certain places” (1934). Within a built environment, there is a certain structure created that […]

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7th Flats Vision

There was a major plan in set for the 7th Flats when they were being built. This picture is the vision that the developers had for the building. They definitely wanted the area to be highly populated and wanted to create a new atmosphere. The developers did not only create a building but a different […]

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Log Cabin Liquors Wide Shot

This picture captures Log Cabin Liquor store while including the painting that has been on the side wall of the building. There is a large presence that the painting establishes for this store. The painting shows the beauty that is in Shaw and how it is slightly hidden and looked over. While Log Cabin Liquor […]

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Progression Place Before Today

This picture captures that there was not always the Progression Place that is highly admired today. This project took a while to create and did not always look so gorgeous as it does now. There was a lot that had to be done to create such an immense building for all of these businesses. There […]

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