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A Design IV project beginning with a site analysis and intervention followed by the development of a multi-theater opera house complex in a two block area in New York City, bounded by Sixth Avenue to the west, 26th Street to the north, Broadway to the east, and 24th Street to the south. The initial analysis and intervention explored the rhythmic typology of the site generated by New York City block lines, the local zoning envelope, rear fire escape towers, and so forth while proposing an overlay intervention. The opera house extended the original analysis in a functional format.
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Flatiron District, New York, New York, United States
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