From Urban Fringe to Urban Spine: The Case of Metro Manila's EDSA
von Poco, Leandro Nicholas Ranoa
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Epifanio Delos Santos Avenue or EDSA is Metro Manila's predominant urban artifact. What was supposed to be a peripheral circumferential road bypassing downtown Manila has become an armature for urban sprawl and the subsequent hollowing-out of the urban core. This is a study of urban morphology on the scale of the Metropolis, looking at how various factors have produced the unintended consequences of creating edge cities that are more vibrant than what was once the Pearl of the Orient - Manila. Rather than cling to the City Beautiful, which has become the well-spring of the radial-circumferential plan that produced EDSA- this dissertation asks how the Metropolitan form could be evolved toward a multi-modal, local and pedestrian future.
Poco, Leandro Nicholas Ranoa
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
Leandro Poco is a Manila-based Architect/Urban Designer. He finished his MA in Urban Design degree in the National University of Singapore under the Graduate Scholarship for ASEAN Nationals. He then had short stints working with P&T Consultants and Surbana Urban Planning Group in Singapore, before moving back to Manila to rejoin L.A.Poco Architects
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