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ARCHITEC TUR AL D ESIG N THESIS A L E X A N D R A N Y I T 2 0 1 4

A R O N O VA


THESIS

FLUSHING CORONA PARK THE AIM OF MY THESIS IS TO DEVELOP A VIBRANT AND GREEN LANDSCAPE IN FLUSHING CORONA PARK. THE NEW PROGRAMMATIC MATRIX FOR THE PARK COMBINES ACTIVITIES AND LANDSCAPE. NEW MULTY-USE FACILITIES WILL BE BUILT THROUGHOUT THE PARK, IN ORDER TO ACCOMMODATE A MULTICULTURAL COMMUNITY. THE PROGRAM IS SUBDIVIDED INTO CULTURAL FACILITIES, PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES, NATURAL FACILITIES AND UTILITIES. THE MAIN FOCUS FOR THE FLUSHING CORONA PARK REVITALIZATION IS A CULTURAL ART CENTER WHICH WILL CREATE A SPACE WHERE PEOPLE COME TOGETHER TO SHARE THEIR IDEAS, TALK, SING, PAINT, DANCE AND ENHANCE THEIR SOCIAL AND CULTURAL LIFE. AT THE FINAL STAGE, THE MEADOW LAKE WILL BE ECOLOGICALLY RESTORED AND ITS NATURAL HABITATS WILL BE DRAMATICALLY EXPANDED USING VARIOUS NATURAL FILTRATION METHODS INCLUDING WETLAND POOLS, AGRICULTURAL FIELDS, VEGETABLE GARDENS, PASTURES, FRESH WATER HABITATS, RESERVOIRS, WATER FILTRATION SWALES AND SOIL BUFFERS IN ORDER TO ELIMINATE THE WATER POLLUTION. THE WATER INFILTRATION RATE OF THE EXISTING SOIL IS ALSO CRITICAL, NOT ONLY TO NATURAL FILTRATION PROCESSES BUT ALSO TO COUNTER FLOODING IN CERTAIN AREAS OF FLUSHING CORONA PARK.


QUEENS, NEW YORK CITY

FLUSHING CORONA PARK 50

CORONA PARK IS LOCATED IN THE DENSE, VIBRANT AND SOCIOECONOMICALLY AREA IN FLUSHING, QUEENS, NEW YORK. THIS 1255-ACRE PARK HAS HISTORICAL, RECREATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE. BEFORE THE PARK, THE AREA WAS KNOWN AS A "VALLEY OF ASHES" AS MENTIONED IN THE MOVIE, "THE GREAT GATSBY." THE PARK HAS BECOME QUEENS' LARGEST PARK, AND ONE OF NEW YORK CITY'S FLAGSHIP PARKS.

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THE QUEENS ZOO QUEENS MUSEUM OF ART TENNIS CENTER GOLF SHEA STADIUM / CITI FIELD NY METS RESTAURANT THE BOTANIC GARDEN QUEENS THEATER AQUATIC CENTER AND ICE SKATING RING NYC HALL OF SCIENCE

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PARKING RESTROOMS

BOAT RENTAL AND BIKE SHARE CENTER

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INACCESSIBLE PARKLAND 153 ACRES SPORTS AREA 153 ACRES INSTITUTIONS CULTURAL

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EXISTING SITE SECTION A

75’ 45’ 0

EXISTING SITE SECTION B 220’ 135’ 70’ 0

EXISTING SITE SECTION C

IN 1964, CORONA PARK WAS FAMOUS FOR NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR NEW YORK STATE PAVILION DESIGNED BY FAMED MODERNIST ARCHITECT PHILIP JOHNSON. THE FAIR IS BEST REMEMBERED AS A MID-20TH CENTURY AMERICAN CULTURE AND TECHNOLOGY EPICENTER. THE PROMISING SPACE AGE WAS WELL REPRESENTED IN THE PARK. MORE THAN 50 MILLION PEOPLE ATTENDED THE FAIR. IT REMAINS A BENCHMARK FOR BABY BOOMERS OF NEW YORK CITY, WHO VISITED THE OPTIMISTIC FAIR AS CHILDREN BEFORE THE HARD TIMES DURING THE VIETNAM WAR AND THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT. IN MANY WAYS THE FAIR SYMBOLIZED A GRAND CONSUMER SHOW COVERING MANY PRODUCTS PRODUCED IN AMERICA AT THE TIME FOR TRANSPORTATION, LIVING, AND CONSUMER ELECTRONIC ESSENTIALS.


COLLEGE POINT

U.S. FEDERAL BUILDING

FLUSHING BAY

U.S.S.R.

FLUSHING COLLEGE POINT

SPEECH

ADMINISTRATION

FLUSHING BAY

CON EDISON CITY OF LIGHT

FLUSHING ELECTRIC UTILITIES

PRESS

CORONA

CORONA AMPHITHEATER

TIDAL MARSHLAND

RELIGION

FOREST HILLS

FOREST HILLS ASSEMBLY

FLUSHING MEADOWS AS IT EXISTED BEFORE SUBSTANTIAL HUMAN INTERVENTION.

THE PLAN OF THE 1939 WORLD’S FAIR WAS ORGANIZED IN A RADIAL CONCENTRIC PLAN WITH FAN-LIKE SEGMENTS.

SITE WAS FORMER TIDAL MARSHLAND

$ TIDAL MARSHLAND 1800 - 1900 WATER TIDAL MARSHLAND

1890

VALLEY OF ASHES 1913 - 1925

1913

BETWEEN 1906 TO 1934 SITE WAS FILLED WITH ASH AND GARBAGE THE FLUSHING MEADOWS REACHED AS HIGH AS 90 FEET ABOVE THE OLD MARSH LEVEL OF GARBAGE

THE 1939 FAIR WAS A CULTURAL LANDMARK, BUT A FINANCIAL FAILURE; NO PROFITS WERE MADE.

FIRST NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR SEVEN ZONES GOVERNMENT ZONE COMMUNITY INTERESTS ZONE FOOD ZONE COMMUNICATION AND BUSINESS ZONE PRODUCTION AND DISTRIBUTION ZONE TRANSPORTATION ZONE AMUSEMENT ZONE

1939


FUTURE ? FLUSHING BAY

FLUSHING BAY SHEA STADIUM

TOWER OF LIGHT

NATIONAL TENNIS CENTER

GENERAL MOTORS PAVILION

QUEENS THEATER

FORD MOTOR COMPANY

NY STATE PAVILION

BELL SYSTEM PAVILION

THE HALL OF SCIENCE

UNITED STATES PAVILION

TERRACE ON THE PARK

NJ TERCENTENARY PAVILION

PROGRAM

SIX ZONES

INDUSTRIAL ZONE INTERNATIONAL ZONE FEDERAL AND STATE ZONE

TRANSPORTATION ZONE AMUSEMENT ZONE PARKING ZONE

FOREVER WILD AREA ACCESSIBLE PARKLAND INACCESSIBLE PARKLAND

1939 - 1945

SECOND NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR

$

APPROXIMATELY 57 MILLION PEOPLE CAME TO THE FAIR. THIS WAS CONSIDERED POOR ATTENDANCE. TOTAL INVESTMENT IN THE FAIR WAS ABOUT ONE BILLION DOLLARS, AND PHYSICAL IMPROVEMENTS TO THE SITE COST $220 MILLION.

1964

SPORTS AREA CULTURAL

FLUSHING MEADOWS CORONA PARK

2013

NOISE: ROAD NOISE IS CERTAINLY EASIER TO BUFFER USING TREE PLANTINGS, BERMS, FENCES, TRELLISES, WALLS, LIVING WALLS, ETC. BIODIVERSITY : CHOOSING PLANT SPECIES TO OPTIMIZE FOR BIODIVERSITY WOULD IMPROVE THE SITE. NUTRIENTS: WATER - TO GENERALLY IMPROVE WATER QUALITY AND REMOVE UNWANTED NUTRIENTS FROM STORM WATER. MOST OF THE SITE ADJACENT TO THE LAKES CONSISTS OF LAYER OF ASH FILL OF VARYING THICKNESS WITH A THIN COVERING OF TOPSOIL.


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LAND USE ONE & TWO FAMILY BUILDINGS MULTI-FAMILY BUILDINGS MIXED RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL COMMERCIAL / OFFICE BUILDINGS INDUSTRIAL / MANUFACTURING OPEN SPACE AND OUTDOOR PUBLIC FACILITIES AND INSTITUTIONS TRANSPORTATION AND UTILITY PARKING FACILITIES VACANT LAND

PARK PATHS 1

MILE MARKERS

PATHS RUNNING PATH BIKE PATH (2 CIRCUITS)

TRANSPORTATION 7 E F M R

SUBWAY LINES PORT WASHINGTON BABYLON HEMPSTEAD RONKONKOMA CITY ZONE LONG BEACH WEST HEMPSTEAD FAR ROCKAWAY PORT JEFFERSON

60 ENTRY

BUS LINES PARK ENTRY PEDESTRIAN BRIDGES RADIUS 5 MINUTES WALK


DEMOGRAPHICS WHITE

HISPANIC

NO HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA

BLACK

27% - 33.3%

27% - 33.3%

27% - 33.3%

33.4% - 50%

33.4% - 50%

33.4% - 50%

50.1% - 70%

50.1% - 70%

50.1% - 70%

70.1% - 90%

70.1% - 90%

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90.1% - 100%

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90.1% - 100%

ASIAN

OTHER

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70.1% - 90%

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10% OR LESS 10% - 25% 25% - 40% 40% - 60% 60% OR MORE

UNEMPLOYED 2.5% OR LESS 2.5% - 5% 5% - 7.5% 7.5% - 15% 15% OR MORE


WINTER WIND DIAGRAM

RECONDED HIGH DESIGN HIGH

AVERAGE TEMPERATURE

AVERAGE HIGH MEAN AVERAGE LOW DESIGN LOW RECONDED LOW

COMFORT ZONE

TREES

SPRING WIND DIAGRAM RECONDED HIGH

CLOUD COVER

AVERAGE HIGH MEAN

COMFORT ZONE

AVERAGE LOW RECONDED LOW

10,000

GRAMINOIDS 600

SUMMER WIND DIAGRAM OLIGOTROPHIC 20

25

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MESOTROPHIC 35

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EUTROPHIC 50

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HYPEREUTROPHIC

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TROPHIC STATE INDEX 15

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TRANSPARENCY WIND SPEED (MPH) MAX AVG MIN RH TEMP HOURS

FLOWERS

FALL WIND DIAGRAM

MIN AVG MAX 10 % 20 %

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TOTAL PHOSPHORUS PPB

WATER POLLUTION


FLUSHING PARK SIZE: 1255 ACRES

ATHLETIC FIELD AQUATIC CENTER BIKE RENTAL BOAT RENTAL BOTANIC GARDEN GOLF ICE SKATING RINK MUSEUM NYC HALL OF SCIENCE OBSERVATION TOWERS PAVILION PLAYGROUNDS RESTAURANT SHEA STADIUM / CITI FIELD NY METS TENNIS CENTER THEATER ZOO

CENTRAL PARK SIZE: 843 ACRES ATHLETIC FIELD CAROUSEL FOOD SERVICE HISTORIC HOUSES HORSE AND CARRIAGE RIDES ICE SKATING RINK MONUMENTS MUSEUM PICNIC AREAS PLAYGROUNDS RAVINE BOAT RENTAL SKATE PARKS TENNIS COURTS THEATER ZOO


PARC DE LA VILLETTE SIZE: 125 ACRES

PROSPECT PARK SIZE: 526 ACRES AUDUBON CENTER BALLFIELDS BANDSHELL BARBECUE AREAS BIRDWATCHING SITES BOTANIC GARDEN CAROUSEL CONCERT GROVE DRUMMER'S GROVE FOOD SERVICE GRAND ARMY PLAZA KENSINGTON STABLES MONUMENTS MUSEUM MUSIC PAGODA NETHERMEAD PICNIC AREAS PLAYGROUNDS RAVINE TENNIS CENTER ZOO

A TENT FOR CONTEMPORARY CIRCUS CONCERT HALLS CONTEMPORARY EVENT SPACE FOOD SERVICE IMAX THEATRE LIVE PERFORMANCE STAGES MUSEUM OUTDOOR MOVIE THEATRE PLAYGROUNDS THEATRES

FLUSHING PARK VS. ST.PETER'S SQUARE

1690 FEET


TA I C H U N G , TA I W A N

TAICHUNG GATEWAY PARK

STOSS LANDSCAPE URBANISM

EVERY YEAR, TAIWAN RECEIVES AN AVERAGE RAINFALL OF MORE THAN THE ANNUAL PRECIPITATION OF THE UNITED STATES, INDIA, AND AUSTRALIA COMBINED. MORE THAN 50% OF THE RAINFALL IS LOST, PRIMARILY BECAUSE OF TAIWAN'S STEEP GEOGRAPHY, TROPICAL CLIMATE, AND WIDESPREAD URBANIZATION IN THE LOWER ELEVATION AREAS. AQUA CULTURES IS A LIVING FILTER FOR WATER AND AIR THAT CATALYZES A HEALTHY RANGE OF URBAN PROGRAMS. RECREATIONAL AND CULTURAL ACTIVITIES OCCUR WITHIN, ATOP, AND BESIDE THE POOLS OF WATER, FLOATING LANTERNS FLICKERING IN THE NIGHT, KAYAKING AND CANOEING ON WARM SUMMER AFTERNOONS, CHILDREN LAUGHING AS THEY WATCH FOR FISH IN THE DENSE REEDS, AND SECLUDED MOMENTS OF QUIET REFLECTION NEXT TO THE GURGLING WATERS.

CITY-WIDE FESTIVALS

MOVIE MUSEUM LARGE CONCERTS

PICNICS FARMERS’ MARKET

ART SHOWS EXERCISE CLASSES LIBRARY FIREWORKS ART MUSEUM

CITY MUSEUM

PARADES

LANDSCAPE TREES WATER WETLAND CULTURAL ATTRACTIONS PATHS


WETLAND 3 BIOFILTER 5 HYDROPONIC ALLOTMENTS 6 CLARIFIER 7 WETLAND RHIZO-FILTRATION 8 SURFACE WETLAND 9 FAUNA WETLAND 10 SOLAR EXPOSURE R RETENTION I INTAKE/SETTLING

SOFTSCAPE SHORT GRASS WETLAND TREES BUSHES AND TREES

CIRCULATION + INFRASTRUCTURE PATHS PIERS SHELTERS AMPHITHEATER


WATER WATER TOPOGRAPHIC TOPOGRAPHIC BEDS/ BEDS/ RECREATION RECREATION AREA AREA

HARD HARDSURFACE SURFACE

GRAVEL GRAVEL

IRRIGATE IRRIGATE

MIX MIX SURFACE SURFACE

DRAIN DRAIN

AERATE AERATE INFILTRATE INFILTRATE GREEN-BED GREEN-BED COLLECT COLLECT

SANDY SANDYPOUND POUND

PUMPED PUMPED

SHORT SHORTGRASS GRASS

CULTIVATE, CULTIVATE,COOL COOL

SLOW SLOW

IRRIGATE IRRIGATE

INFILTRATE INFILTRATE FILTER FILTER

SHORT SHORTGRASS GRASS

INFILTRATION INFILTRATIONGRAVEL GRAVEL PUBLIC PUBLICROAD ROADAREA AREA

POLLUTED POLLUTEDWATER WATER

PHYTOREMEDIATION PHYTOREMEDIATION POUND POUND

WATER TOPOGRAPHIC BEDS/ RECREATION AREAS

DRAIN DRAIN


CURB CUT

STORMWATER TRENCH CURB CUT

CURB CUT STORMWATER TRENCH

HIGH FLOW CATCH BASIN PERFORATED PIPE INFILTRATION


NYNASHAMN, SWEDEN

SHIFTING FIELDS

ACTIVE ACTIVE CITY CITY TRANSFORMATION TRANSFORMATION

ACTIVE CITY TRANSFORMATION (ACT) RECENTLY DESIGNED A PUBLIC SPACE USING FLOODING AS A PRODUCTIVE PHENOMENON, BOTH AS AN ACTIVE AND ATTRACTIVE ELEMENT. THE INTENT OF SHIFTING FIELDS IS TO CREATE A MORE EXPERIENCE-RICH SITE, WHICH UNDERLINES THE RELATIONSHIPS TO THE ADJACENT FUNCTIONS AND CHARACTERISTICS. THE TOPOGRAPHY OF THE FIELDS IS ORGANIZED IN VARIOUS LEVELS IN RELATION TO THE CANAL TO CONTROL THE FLUCTUATING WATER LEVEL. EACH FIELD CAN BE THOUGHT OF AS A SMALL POCKET THAT CAN GRADUALLY BE FILLED WITH WATER. THUS THE LANDSCAPE TRANSITIONS INTO A WATER PLAYGROUND WITH SWIMMING POOLS, REFLECTING POOLS, ETC.

CIRCULATION DIAGRAMS


ACTIVITY

TEMPERATURE (F) 32 40 46 54 60 68

RAINFALL (INCH) 4 6

8

VEGETATION

WILDLIFE

10 12 14 16 18

JANUARY FEBRUARY MARCH APRIL MAY JUNE JULY AUGUST SEPTEMBER OCTOBER NOVEMBER DECEMBER

‘CAN FLOODING AND CONTINUALLY RISING SEA LEVELS BECOME A PRODUCTIVE – RATHER THAN DESTRUCTIVE – PHENOMENON?


MATERIAL MATRIX

GREEN MATRIX

WATER

SOFT WOODLAND

GRASS

BROADLEAF WOODLAND

SAND

WOODLAND PLANTATION-DENSE

GRAVEL

WOODLAND PLANTATION-THINK

BRICK

SALT-WATER FILTRATION

STONE

SALT-WATER VEGETATION

ASPHALT

FRESH WATER RETENTION

CONCERT

AQUATIC PLANTS

WOOD

FRESH WATER FILTRATION

RECYCLED PLASTIC

DRY MEADOWS

SPORT FIELD

AGRICULTURAL FIELDS WATER MEADOW CROP/TILLAGE VEGETABLE GARDEN


MAINTENANCE DIAGRAM

FLOODING DIAGRAM

STRATEGIC LEVEL


VA L PA R A I S O , C H I L E

VALPARAISO CULTURAL PARK

EMILIO MARIN

THE MORPHOLOGY OF VALPARAISO IS DECONTEXTUALIZED AS GEOMETRY THAT CREATES A SUCCESSION OF ARTICULATED BY EMPTY SPACES. THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN THESE ARE FILTERED THROUGH SPACE NOT BUILT, THESE GAPS ARE GREEN COURTYARDS, SMALL OUTDOOR AREAS INDEPENDENT AND OPPOSED TO THE VAST PLAZA THAT SEPARATES HIM FROM PRISON. WHILE THE SQUARE IS A LARGE PUBLIC SPACE FOR MASSIVE EVENTS, PATIOS ALLOW INHERENT CULTURAL EVENTS PROMOTING THE BUILDING PROGRAM IN A MORE INTIMATE AND CONTAINED. SMALL GAPS ARE TRANSFORMED INTO OUTDOOR PROJECTION INTERNAL PROGRAM. THE GALLERY BUILDING OF THE FORMER PRISON IN TURN BECOMES A PLACE OF CULTURAL EXPANSION, A DUALITY WHICH AGAIN RE OPPOSITION MEAN THE OLD BUILDING. THE GALLERY OF THE FORMER PRISON, IS ALSO REACTIVATED WITHIN A STAGE FOR MORE INFORMAL EVENTS, AND FINALLY THE GRAND STAIRCASE ACCESS, BECOMES A FLIGHT OF STEPS TO THE SPONTANEOUS EVENTS OF ARTISTIC CREATION.

PROGRAM

REGROUPING PROGRAM

CONNECTING PROGRAMS

T H E AT R E LIBRARY C O M M O N S PA C E MUSIC REHEARSAL HALL DANCE HALL CIRCUS SCHOOL M U LT I - P U R P O S E R O O M I N T E R M E D I AT E R O O M I N T E R M E D I AT E R O O M

AXONOMETRIC DIAGRAM


SITE PLAN AND SECTION


COMMON SPACE

PLAN DIAGRAM

PARK

INSIDE / OUTSIDE


PAVILION ELEVATION

PAVILION SECTION


SCHEMATIC PROPOSAL PROGRAM

PROGRAM

PARK FACILITIES

PARK FACILITIES

CULTURAL FACILITIES

PARK FACILITIES

ZONE 1 (CULTURAL FACILITIES) AMPHITHEATER

60,000 SF

STAGE - 3600 SF PERFORMANCE AREA 32’X 60’ SOUND AND LIGHT 20’X 8’ ORCHESTRA – 760 SF AUDIENCE 500 -550 PEOPLE GRAFFITI GALLERY INTERNATIONAL CULTURAL ART CENTER OPEN-AIR GALLERY SCULPTURE GARDEN

INTERNATIONAL CULTURAL AMPHITHEATER ART CENTER BARBECUE AREA

ADULT SECTION

BOAT AND BIKE SHARE CENTER

25,000 SF 80,000 SF 10,000 SF 15,000 SF

AFTER SCHOOL TUTORING

190,000 SF

CERAMIC STUDIOS

ART CAFE STUDIOS CAFÉCHILDREN’S GARDEN

FISHPOND

CHILDREN’S SECTION

NATURAL FACILITIES ZONE 2 (NATURAL FACILITIES) FISHPOND WATER LILY POND WATER TREATMENT FACILITY CHILDREN’S GARDEN

(4) 2,000 SF

GRAFFITI GALLERY

CREATIVE DAY CAMP

4,000 SF 4,000 SF 8,000 SF 30,000 SF

ICE CREAM PAVILION

DANCE STUDIOS

KITE FLYING FIELD

EXHIBITION AREA

46,000 SF

OPEN-AIR PHOTO GALLERY CINEMA INFORMATION OPEN-AIRCENTER EXERCISE CLASSES

ACTIVITIES ZONE 3 (ACTIVITIES) BARBECUE AREA PICNIC AREA KITE FLYING FIELD / SMALL FESTIVAL AREA PLAYGROUND BOAT AND BIKE SHARE CENTER OPEN-AIR CINEMA OPEN-AIR EXERCISE CLASSES OPEN-AIR FARMER’S MARKET

60,000 SF 60,000 SF 80,000 SF 15,000 SF 10,000 SF 30,000 SF 12,000 SF 40,000 SF

KNITTING STUDIO

307,000 SF

SCULPTURE REHEARSAL HALL GARDEN

OPEN-AIR FARMER’S MARKET

MAIN THEATER

OPEN-AIR GALLERY

MUSIC / BAND CLASSES

PICNIC AREA ORIGAMI CLASS

PLAYGROUND

PRESCHOOL PROGRAM

COMPUTER SMALLLITERACY FESTIVAL AREA

UTILITIES ZONE 4 (UTILITIES) CAFÉ WITH OUTDOOR SEATING ICE CREAM PAVILION JUICE BAR PUBLIC RESTROOMS (3) 1,000 SF

YOUTH SECTION

3,000 SF 1,500 SF 1,250 SF 3,000 SF

WATER LILY POND WATER TREATMENT FACILITY

8,750 SF

TOTAL 551,750 551,750 SF TOTAL SF

PARK AS NATURE PARK AS CULTURE PARK AS INFRASTRUCTURE


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SCHEME II

SCHEME III

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PAVILION

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PUBLIC RESTROOMS

PROPOSAL AREA

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CULTURAL ART CENTER

CULTURAL

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CULTURAL FACILITIES

INTERNATIONAL

SCULPTURE

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LILY PLAY

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PIER

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BIKE

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BOAT

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PICNIC

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OPEN-AIR

KITE

CINEMA

FIELD

FLYING

FARMER’S

MARKET

ACTIVITIES

C O M M U N I T Y B R I D G E

SMALL

FESTIVAL

AREA

PUBLIC RESTROOMS

GARDEN PUBLIC RESTROOMS

WATER TREATMENT

FACILITY

B R I D G E

NATURAL FACILITIES

CHILDREN’S

PARKING

UTILITIES

PROPOSAL AREA

PROGRAM ZONES

PROGRAM LAYOUT

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PROGRAMMATIC SQUARE FOOTAGE


TREE GROVE (AIR & POLLUTION FILTRATION)

PRECIPITATION

ELEVATED BOARDWALK TO PREVENT FLOODING H2 O FLOW

OVERFLOW EVENT

ASH DUMP

ASH DUMP

WATER OVERFLOW DIAGRAM

NETWORK

SUSTAINABLE PATH

BOARDWALK

SEAMS

MASTER PLAN PROPOSAL I

MASTER PLAN PROPOSAL II

MASTER PLAN PROPOSAL III

RIVER TRAILS TYPOLOGIES


ELEVATED BOARDWALKS FOR WATER BIO FILTRATION

ELEVATED BOARDWALK

INTERNATIONAL CULTURAL ART CENTER G

KIN

OPEN-AIR GALLERY

WETLAND HABITAT CONTINUES UNDERNEATH WALKWAY CAFE

GRAFFITI GALLERY

ICE CREAM PAVILION

AMPHITHEATER

SCULPTURE GARDEN

FISH & LILY PONDS

OPEN LAWN / PICNIC AREA PLAYGROUND

PATH DIAGRAMS

OUTDOOR EXERCISE CLASSES BOAT & BIKE RENTAL OUTDOOR POOL

ELEVATED BOARDWALK

ING

K PAR

BARBECUE AREA

OPEN-AIR CINEMA

PICNIC AREA

LAWN DRAWERS (SEATING ELEMENTS) WETLAND

FARMER’S MARKET KITE FLYING FIELD

CHILDREN’S GARDEN

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PROGRAM

INTERNATIONAL CULTURAL ART CENTER

WORKSHOPS WORKSHOPS/ /CLASSES CLASSES ART STUDIO CERAMIC STUDIO COMPUTER LITERACY DANCE STUDIOS 3@1500 KNITTING STUDIO MUSIC / BAND CLASSES ORIGAMI CLASS PHOTOGRAPY

2,000 SF 1,500 SF 1,000 SF 4,500 SF 750 SF 1,800 SF 750 SF 1,250 SF

INTERNATIONAL CULTURAL ART CENTER

13,550 SF

ADULT SECTION AFTER SCHOOL TUTORING

EXHIBITIONS SPACES EXHIBITIONS/ /PERFORMANCE PERFORMANCE SPACES ART GALLERY EXHIBITION AREA MAIN THEATER BACKSTAGE STAGE AUDITORIUM (850 SEAT) REHEARSAL HALL

3,000 SF 4,000 SF 12,100 SF 800 SF 800 SF 8,000 SF 2,500 SF

PHOTO GALLERY

2,000 SF

ART STUDIOS CAFÉ CERAMIC STUDIOS CHILDREN’S SECTION

21,100 SF

CREATIVE DAY CAMP

CHILDREN'S CENTER CHILDREN CENTER

DANCE STUDIOS

2,000 SF 1,500 SF 2,000 SF 1,800 SF

EXHIBITION AREA PHOTO GALLERY

7,300 SF

UTILITIES UTILITIES

INFORMATION CENTER 1,000 SF 2,500 SF 1,500 SF 750 SF 250 SF 500 SF 250 SF 750 SF 2,000 SF

KNITTING STUDIO MAIN THEATER MUSIC / BAND CLASSES

REHEARSAL HALL

CIRCULATION CIRCULATION (APPROX. 20%)

PRESCHOOL PROGRAM

COMPUTER LITERACY

10,790 SF

YOUTH SECTION TOTAL TOTALINTERIOR INTERIOR

64,740 SF

PHOTO GALLERY

ART GALLERY

EXHIBITION AREA PUBLIC

RESTROOMS

MAIN THEATER

16,000 SF 500SF

21,000 SF

TOTAL PROJECT INCLUDING OUTDOOR SPACE 85,740 SF TOTALAREA PROJECT AREA INCLUDING OUTDOOR

SPACE 85,740 SF

CERAMIC

DANCE DANCE DANCE MUSIC BAND CLASSES

GIFT SHOP

LOUNGE

ART

ART

CAFÉ

REHEARSAL HALL

OUTDOOR OUTDOORSPACE SPACE COURTYARD / GARDEN 20% OF THE SITE BICYCLE PARKING

SECURITY

STUDIOS

53,950 SF

ORIGAMI CLASS PHOTOGRAPY

COMPUTER LITERACY

PUBLIC RESTROOMS

PRESCHOOL PROGRAM

AFTER SCHOOL TUTORING ENTERTAINMENT

CREATIVE DAY CAMP

PROJECT SUBTOTAL PROJECTPROGRAM SUBTOTAL

SECOND FLOOR

FIRST FLOOR ENTRANCE RECEPTION DESK

STORAGE

ORIGAMI CLASS

9,500 SF

ADMINISTRATION

ENTRANCE (RECEPTION DESK) ADMINISTRATION CAFÉ GIFT SHOP JANITOR’S CLOSET PUBLIC RESTROOMS 2@250 SECURITY STAFF LOCKERS/ LOUNGE STORAGE

STAFF LOCKERS

PRESCHOOL PROGRAM 2 @ 1,000 SF AFTER SCHOOL TUTORING 2 @ 750 CREATIVE DAY CAMP (7 -9 YEARS OLD) ENTERTAINMENT AREA

AREA


SCHEME I

SCHEME V

SCHEME III

SCHEME IV

SCHEME II

SCHEME VI


SELECTED SCHEME


ENTRY 1,000 SF

ADMINISTRATION

CAFE 1,500 SF

2,500 SF S.D.

ART STUDIO 2,000 SF

CERAMIC 1,500 SF

KNITTING 750 SF

PHOTO 1,250 SF

ORIGAMI 750 SF

GIFT SHOP 750 SF

STAFF LOUNGE

750 SF J.C.

COMP. LITERACY 1,000 SF

P.R. 2@250 SF

DANCE 1,500 SF

DANCE 1,500 SF

DANCE 1,500 SF

BAND/MUSIC 1,800 SF

PHOTO GALLERY 2,000 SF

MAIN THEATER 12,100 SF PRESCHOOL PROGRAM 2,000 SF

ART GALLERY 3,000 SF

REHEARSAL HALL 2,500 SF

AFTER SCHOOL TUTORING 1,500 SF

EXHIBITION GALLERY 4,000 SF STORAGE 2,000 SF

OUTDOOR SPACE 21,000 SF

PROGRAM LAYOUT

CREATIVE DAY CAMP 2,000 SF

ENTERTAINMENT AREA 1,800 SF


EXHIBITION GALLERY

SITE PLAN GROUND FLOOR PLAN ART GALLERY PHOTO GALLERY

GIFT SHOP

CAFE

ENTERTAINMENT AREA

PRESCHOOL PROGRAM AFTER SCHOOL TUTORING CREATIVE DAY CAMP

STORAGE

STAFF LOUNGE

ADMINISTRATION

EN TR Y

BAND/MUSIC

SECOND FLOOR PLAN

ORIGAMI

KNITTING

COMP. LITERACY

PHOTO STUDIO

CERAMIC STUDIO

ART STUDIO

MASSING DIAGRAM OUTDOOR SPACE

OUTDOOR SPACE

REHEARSAL HALL

MAIN THEATER

DANCE STUDIOS



ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN THESIS