Fractured access: The built environment, urban development, and uneven use
MARCH 2014 | 70 PAGES | 11″ X 17″ SPREADS
Production methods: Adobe Illustrator and InDesign + Hand drawing + Photography
Ideal viewing format is as an Issuu book
A report I developed for a class at UCLA, focusing on the interplay between the built environment, users, and space in the Culver City Arts District in Los Angeles, California. I employed an eclectic set of methods, including participant observation, land use and Lynch analyses, user/space analysis, and secondary research of design and development documentation. These analyses led to a set of recommendations for improvements in the district, as well as proposals for interventions into public spaces.