Rethinking the Rillito River Corridor Exploring Alternative Rehabilitation

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Re-thinking the Rillito River Corridor: Exploring Alternative Rehabilitation Opportunities and Strategies Downtown Urban Design

Re-thinking the Rillito River Corridor: Exploring Alternative Rehabilitation Opportunities and Strategies Downtown Urban Design Laboratory School of Architecture, the University of Arizona in Collaboration with the Pima County Parks and Recreation

Re-thinking the Rillito River Corridor: Exploring Alternative Rehabilitation Opportunities and Strategies Downtown Urban Design

Re-thinking the Rillito River Corridor: Exploring Alternative Rehabilitation Opportunities and Strategies Downtown Urban Design Laboratory School of Architecture, the University of Arizona in Collaboration with the Pima County Parks and Recreation

Re-thinking the Rillito River Corridor: Exploring Alternative Rehabilitation Opportunities and Strategies Edge Conditions Urban

Re-thinking the Rillito River Corridor: Exploring Alternative Rehabilitation Opportunities and Strategies Edge Conditions Urban Corridor Fluvial Corridor Downtown Urban Design Laboratory School of Architecture, the University of Arizona in Collaboration with the Pima County Parks and Recreation

Re-thinking the Rillito River Corridor: Exploring Alternative Rehabilitation Opportunities and Strategies Alternatives Design Strategies

Re-thinking the Rillito River Corridor: Exploring Alternative Rehabilitation Opportunities and Strategies Alternatives Design Strategies As Cantilever Along a Narrow Edge Downtown Urban Design Laboratory School of Architecture, the University of Arizona in Collaboration with the Pima County Parks and Recreation

Re-thinking the Rillito River Corridor: Exploring Alternative Rehabilitation Opportunities and Strategies Downtown Urban Design

Re-thinking the Rillito River Corridor: Exploring Alternative Rehabilitation Opportunities and Strategies Downtown Urban Design Laboratory School of Architecture, the University of Arizona in Collaboration with the Pima County Parks and Recreation

Re-thinking the Rillito River Corridor: Re-forming the Relationship Tucson Mall Site with the Rillito

Re-thinking the Rillito River Corridor: Re-forming the Relationship Tucson Mall Site with the Rillito River Corridor MACYS DILLARDS Existing Parking Garage Existing Parking Rillito River Bed Downtown Urban Design Laboratory School of Architecture, the University of Arizona in Collaboration with the Pima County Parks and Recreation

Re-thinking the Rillito River Corridor: Re-forming the Relationship Tucson Mall Site-Rillito River Corridor Rillito

Re-thinking the Rillito River Corridor: Re-forming the Relationship Tucson Mall Site-Rillito River Corridor Rillito Tucson Mall Downtown Urban Design Laboratory River School of Architecture, the University of Arizona in Collaboration with the Pima County Parks and Recreation

Re-thinking the Rillito River Corridor: Exploring Alternative Rehabilitation Opportunities and Strategies Downtown Urban Design

Re-thinking the Rillito River Corridor: Exploring Alternative Rehabilitation Opportunities and Strategies Downtown Urban Design Laboratory School of Architecture, the University of Arizona in Collaboration with the Pima County Parks and Recreation

The Downtown Studio Office Typical presentation Day Downtown Urban Design Laboratory School of Architecture,

The Downtown Studio Office Typical presentation Day Downtown Urban Design Laboratory School of Architecture, the University of Arizona in Collaboration with the City of Tucson

Source: Global Footprint Network and Europe 2005 Report

Source: Global Footprint Network and Europe 2005 Report

Source: Global Footprint Network and Europe 2005 Report

Source: Global Footprint Network and Europe 2005 Report

University of Arizona School of Planning and Landscape Architecture In Collaboration with the Village

University of Arizona School of Planning and Landscape Architecture In Collaboration with the Village of Moencopi Ignacio San Martin, Project PI Leslie Van Duzer, School of Architecture John Ashworth, Energy Engineering, SRP Tom Materials Analysis Carlos Licon, Research Assistance