Historical Analysis of Brooklyn Army Terminal

 BROOKLYN ARMY TERMINAL…

 

Transformative Movement of the Site.

These texts document the public closing of the terminal as an army terminal and also the city investing in the location as a potential for profit. The public was not engaged with the location much outside of the announcement of its closing.

Source: Brooklyn Public Library

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Perspective Drawings in retrospect to the times of 1777, 1937, 1997, 2037

1777

Guess and assume that it was a rural shoreline.

1937-1997

The building remained within the same seeming standards, however within the realm of 1997, the building was deteriorating and crumbling within.

2037

A more refined and open space with large windows if the space was turned into a more public space.

 My name is Jasmin Lee Hack, I am a dual-citizen with passports in the United States and Germany. I have grown up influenced by the American military with numerous traveling excursions and various people coming in and out of my life. I am an Illustration Major with a future concentration on Medical Illustration. One may ask where this interest came from and it can be seen in the background story of my life. The various medical mysteries that stemmed from such a hectic lifestyle. I became fascinated with the intricacy of the human anatomy and began to attempt to implement this into my work.

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