The Division of the Sisterhoods is an upcoming nonfiction book by a New York City based Architectural Designer, Anastasiya Zavgorodnaya. The author plans to use this book as an introduction to the social fabrications and how the people can change their everyday experiences in the concrete jungle by acknowledging the flaws created by urban planners like Robert Moses. To introduce this project to the world, the author has recently launched a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter, and she is welcoming generous support and backing.
“This book is an Urban Design philosophy to uncover the past and create a positive microeconomics by reversing generational scars in our as-built environment.” Said Anastasiya Zavgorodnaya, while introducing this project to the Kickstarter community. “I hope to draw awareness through the urban designers lens to help promote community’s individualities along with reintegrating spaces through uncovering the realities in the use of public streets.” She added. According to the author, the book is in two volumes, and they are titled Coney Island Parks in 125 Years and Off the Riegelmann Boardwalk respectively.
The Kickstarter Campaign is located on the web at:
www.kickstarter.com/projects/zavgorod/the-division-of-the-sisterhoods and backers from around the world can become a part of this project by making generous pledges and donations. Moreover, the goal of this Kickstarter campaign is to raise a sum of US$ 10,000 and the author is offering both volumes of the book as a reward for the backers with worldwide shipping. Furthermore, more details are available on the Kickstarter campaign page of the project.
About This Project
The Division of Sisterhoods is a two-volume nonfiction book project by a New York City based architectural designer Anastasiya Zavgorodnaya. She primarily focuses on Urban and Water Design within architecture. This book is a philosophy in urban designing that hinges to uncover the past and highlights the importance of the people’s livelihoods.
Company Name: Azavgorod
Contact Person: Anastasiya Zavgorod
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State: New York
Country: United States