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    • Development Proposals for Three Targeted Sites in Salem, Oregon 

      Braseth, Mark; Larco, Nico; Schlossberg, Marc (University of Oregon, 2010)
      Students in a combined Architecture and Planning class called City Growth/ City Design were asked to create development proposals for three sites located in urban renewal areas of Salem, Oregon, as part of the University ...
    • North Downtown Waterfront Development: Building Design Proposals 

      Schmidt, Elizabeth M.; Larco, Nico (University of Oregon, 2010)
      During the Fall 2010 and Winter 2011 academic terms at the University of Oregon, twelve students in an architecture studio course worked with the City of Salem to develop twelve different architectural programs and designs ...
    • North Downtown Waterfront Development: Urban Design Proposals 

      Schmidt, Elizabeth M.; Larco, Nico (University of Oregon, 2010)
      During the fall 2010 academic term at the University of Oregon, five groups of three students in an architecture studio course worked with the City of Salem to develop five schemes for the redevelopment of the North ...
    • Not Big Box: Waremart Redevelopment Plan 

      Larco, Nico; Lowe, Allen; Becker, Chris; Bye, Benjamin; Campollo, Naomi; Chambers, Lydia; Corsaro, Jamie; Hansen, Melissa; Jones, Dijon; Kilkuskie, Alayna; McCormick, Billy; Mitsui, Kendyl; Nichols, Matt; Phillips, Ann; Reid, Dan; Rozsonits, Kaysie; Todescato, Emilio; Webb, Robyn; Winters, Farleigh (University of Oregon, 2011)
      During the Fall 2011 academic term at the University of Oregon, six groups of students in an architecture design studio worked with the City of Springfield to develop six approaches for redevelopment of the former Waremart ...
    • Sustainable Suburbs: Rockwood Town Center Redevelopment Design 

      Cassel, Roussa; Falkenstein, Lizzie; Larco, Nico (University of Oregon, 2009)
      As part of the year-long partnership between the University and the City of Gresham, the Sustainable Suburbs studio focused on the Rockwood neighborhood and called for students to propose six development schemes for this area.