University of Pennsylvania
“Interchange” turns the word’s meaning from its car-centric, space-wasting, and neighborhood-dividing connotations to a holistic vision of cultural, economic, and ecological living and working environment. The intersecting axes of the DART line and major streets connecting downtown and the Cedars activate a new kind of interchange in which neighborhood-scale parks and pathways and commercial and residential components attract residents who value accessibility to transit and a sustainable urban lifestyle.
Maritza Mercado, Master of City Planning
Carrie Ann Bergery, Master of Architecture
Hernaldo Mendoza Flores, Master of Architecture
Christina Szczepanski, Master of City Planning
Douglas Meehan, Master of Landscape Architecture
Faculty Adviser: David Gouverneur