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    Architecture and Planning Professional says...hi

    Dear community,

    Thank you for having me. I earned a Bachelor's of Architecture from the University of Notre Dame in '08. The program there focuses heavily on traditional architecture and urbanism. I highly recomend it.

    I hope to soon post an exciting project for your unrestricted review on the redevelopment of Asbury Park, NJ. The town has a storied past; the project recieved the Fergusson Shamamian Undergraduate Prize for Committment to Classicism.

    Its goal was to "shatter the glass wall" that subdivides the town bilaterally along the proverbially "tracks" represented by a New Jersey Transit commuter train line and limited access highway. I utilized a grand pedestrian corridor lined with shops, transit facilities, a multi-use plaza, cycling/walking bridges and terminating in an iconic clock tower.

    Hope you rip the heck out of it!

    Angelo Petraglia
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    Archetypture, LLC

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    Welcome from the Great State of Ohio! Good luck and welcome to Cyburbia.
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    Hello from New York!

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    Hello, from Dallas, TX!
    "We do not need any other Tutankhamun's tomb with all its treasures. We need context. We need understanding. We need knowledge of historical events to tie them together. We don't know much. Of course we know a lot, but it is context that's missing, not treasures." - Werner Herzog, in Archaeology, March/April 2011

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