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Built Environment Analysis: Buckhead vs. Little 5 Points

I was walking by Little 5 Points to get to Aurora Coffee Shop one afternoon. I was wearing some ripped jeans, a flannel, and my favorite Vans. I walked into Aurora and not one head turned. I got my tea… Continue Reading → : Built Environment Description #3

The digital space that I chose was This website is the Midtown Neighbors Association. Founded in 1969, the Midtown Neighbor’s Association (MNA) is a not-for-profit association with the sole goal and vision of improving the Midtown Community. It was… Continue Reading →

Built environment – digital record #5 – image

I took this photo inside Lenox. I chose to take this photo for 2 reasons: 1. It represents Buckhead as a whole in relation to how upper-class this area is and 2. I have only seen a Tesla in Buckhead…. Continue Reading →

Built Environment – Digital Record #4 – video

Once I had finally arived at Lenox, I stayed outside to observe for a while, but then I went inside to see what I could see. I took this video while walking around Lenox. I decided to take a video… Continue Reading →

Built Environment – Digital Record #3 – image

This is part of the Buckhead “skyline”. I was on my way to Lenox from Buckhead Station and took this picture. This is just a couple blocks from Lenox. It caught my eye because of the design of the buildings… Continue Reading →

Built Environment – Digital Record #1

This wall is called “The Buckhead Wall”. This wall is very intriguing to me. It was very interesting to see this when I drove by on my way to Lenox, so I stopped in this parking lot, climbed a few… Continue Reading →

Built Environment Description #1 – Exterior

I chose to do my description on Buckhead. I chose this site because there are a variety of different things and people to observe. The exterior of Buckhead is very upscale and modern. The buildings and streets are very new…. Continue Reading →


I took this picture when I was at Lennox Mall. It took my breath away as soon as I looked to my left so I had to take a picture, and here it is.

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