Brandi Rosso poses next to her project titled "Garage Society." Chadd Cady for the San Diego Union-Tribune As a case study, she took the four-story parking garage at 1902 National Ave.
Chadd Cady for the San Diego Union-Tribune Her answer: Build classrooms above the medians at several spots along the street and offer them out for community events and meetings at night.“Walking will generate opportunities for human interaction and an alertness or education about the benefits of walking through the provision of facilities along the historic downtown,” she said.
“Broadway of San Diego will reveal its potentials.” She imagines one such classroom being used for culinary training, another for art studios and a third for cinema production.“Walking experience may improve by reintroducing opportunities for interaction and connectivity through opportunities created by the hubs,” she said.
And when he returns to Saudi Arabia, he said he might look into promoting the same concept there.
Jisun Kwon explains the details of her project "Pro Walkability," to fellow grad student Stephen Graham, whose project "Perception of Disability" is displayed next to Kwon's.