The use of a specific color palette along with small program and other street furnishings allow streets within the network to be distinguishable within the city. A wedge form is used in the street to serve functions such as a place for bus stops (below) and to hold plants and streetlights. The wedge works with the topography and acts as a device in calming traffic, making the streets more walkable.
Published on Jun 19, 2012
A collection of work from the Bachelor of Science in architecture program at the Univeristy of Minnesota-Twin Cities