This thesis proposes the reconnection of Georgetown, Washington, DC to the Potomac River through an architectural promenade. As city planning is shifting towards the redesign of urban waterfront spaces, understanding the connection and access to these waterfronts is increasingly important. By studying the different layers of the city between the urban fabric and natural river landscape, a sequence of spaces linking the two can be established.
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