Urban Development Corporation (UDC)/Low Rise High Density (LRHD)
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  • Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies (archive creator)

Urban Development Corporation (UDC)/Low Rise High Density (LRHD)



Level of archival description:
Extent and medium:
  • 0.05 l.m. of textual records
Scope and content:
Sub-series documents the Low Rise High Density (LRHD) projects undertaken in Brooklyn and Staten Island, New York, by the IAUS in collaboration with the Urban Development Corporation (UDC), and the accompanying exhibition held in New York City at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA). Material in sub-series was produced between 1972 and 1975.

Sub-series contains correspondence, reports, budgets, project descriptions and exhibition catalogues.
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Materials in this subseries were arranged to reflect their original order.

Staten Island New York United States

Related units of description:
  • Textual documents in file ARCH153469 (sub-series AP057.S1.SS2), file ARCH153564 (sub-series AP057.S2.SS3), and files ARCH153874, ARCH153875 (sub-series AP057.S4.SS4) also contain information relevant to sub-series AP057.S2.SS5.

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