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brigitte coleman a portfolio of work completed while at design bureaux, s3/ bradley stephens, narduli studio and sci-arc


SSG FOOD

MARKET

A full service upscale market i n K o r e a w i t h l o c a t i o n s i n S e o u l a n d Busan. Each area of the market offers a distinct character while catering to the specific functio n s o f e a c h s p a c e . A l s o i n c l u d e d i n t h e project is a Vecchio E Nuovo c o f f e e b a r a n d G r a m e r c y H a l l , a c a f e o n the premises.


ss g m a r k e t : s e o u l

entry

produce


meat and fish

cafe


Owner:

Shinsegae 52-5. I-ga, Ch Seoul, Korea Designer:

Design Bureau 180 Varick Str New York, NY tel: 646.398.78

Issue: DD No. 1 Issue DD

Project:

SSG Mar

Date: Drawing

plan

B1 Floor Pla No.

A-1 Sheet

01

FLOOR PLAN

of


produce rendering


m e a t a n d f i s h r e n dering

m e a t a n d f i s h r e n dering


apothecary rendering

korean market rendering


cafe rendering


customer service rendering

food hall rendering


ss g m a r k e t : b u s an

entry

produce


KITCHEN

Seaweed

Sushi Geonanju

Reception

Korean Restaurant

Aquarium

Refrigerator

Customer Service

Back of House Eggs

POS

Suipyuk

Coffee Roast Lab

Meat Deli

Fruits and Vegetables

Cart Storage

Pork

Coffee Bar

plan

01

FLOOR PLAN


corridor rendering

produce rendering


apothecary rendering

grocery rendering


BOUTIQUE HOTEL

A boutique hotel located within the yacht club providing a more intimate atmosphere within the large c o m p l e x .


A three storey space that connects the yacht club and the boutique hotel houses a bar. A corridor to the left leads to the hotel lobby.


boutique hotel lobby


PRIVATE VILLAS

A series of four pr i v a t e l u x u r y v i l l a s l o c a t e d o n p r o m e n a d e . I n t e r i o r finishes and fixtur e s i n s p i r e d b y B r a z i l .


INTERIOR DESIGNER :

601 W 26TH ST SUITE 308 NEW YORK, NY 10001 USA T: +1-212-929-5100 F: +1-212-929-5105 WWW.BRADLEYSTEPHENS.COM

DESIGN ARCHITECT :

601 W 26TH ST SUITE 308 NEW YORK, NY 10001 USA T: +1-212-929-5100 F: +1-212-929-5105 WWW.S3ARC.COM

LOCAL DESIGN INSTITUTE : NO. 8 HUATIAN STREET 8/F HAITAI INFORMATION PLAZA, BUILDING F NORTH BRANCH HIGH TECH INDUSTRY PARK TIANJIN CITY, CHINA 300384

WP-400-24

T: +86-22-2370-8566 WWW.HHDESIGN.CN

ENGINEERING : 23F SHANGHAI TIMES SQUARE 93 HUAIHAI ZHONG ROAD SHANGHAI, CHINA T: +86-021-6136-3198 F: +86-021-6136-4298 WWW.AECOM.COM

FACADE :

6/F TAK CHEUNG BUILDING 22-24 WING LOK STREET SHEUNG WAN, HONG KONG T: +852-2542-4628 F: +852-2542-4282 WWW.HSFACADE.COM

LANDSCAPE : 11/F SIU ON CENTRE 188 LOCKHART ROAD WANCHAI,HONG KONG T: +852-2802-3333 F: +852-2802-8662 WWW.URBIS.COM.HK

4080

LIGHTING : 213-217 PALMER STREET DARLINGHURST, NSW 2010 SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA T: +612-9360-9250 F: +612-9360-9296 WWW.LDP.NET

ACOUSTICS : FLAT A, 15/F VALIANT COMMERCIAL BUILDING 22-24 PRAT AVENUE, TSIM SHA TSUI KOWLOON, HONG KONG T: +852-2328-2623 F: +852-2887-0384 WWW.SHILLINGLAW.COM.HK

CW-400-01

THE INTERIOR DESIGNER SHALL NOT HAVE CONTROL OR CHARGE OF AND SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR CONSTRUCTION MEANS, METHODS, DEVIATIONS, TECHNIQUES, SEQUENCES OR PROCEDURES, OR FOR SAFETY PRECAUTIONS AND PROGRAMS IN CONNECTION WITH THE WORK, FOR THE ACTS OR OMISSIONS OF THE CONTRACTOR, SUB-CONTRACTORS, OR ANY OTHER PERSONS PERFORMING ANY OF THE WORK, OR FOR THE FAILURE OF ANY OF THEM TO CARRY OUT THE WORK IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS. WRITTEN DIMENSIONS ON THIS DRAWING SHALL HAVE PRECEDENCE OVER SCALED DIMENSIONS. CONTRACTORS SHALL VERIFY AND BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL DIMENSIONS AND CONDITIONS ON THE JOB AND THIS OFFICE MUST BE NOTIFIED OF ANY VARIATIONS FROM THE DIMENSIONS AND CONDITIONS SHOWN BY THESE DRAWINGS. SHOP DETAILS MUST BE SUBMITTED TO THIS OFFICE FOR REVIEW BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH FABRICATION. NOT VALID FOR CONSTRUCTION UNLESS SIGNED AND SEALED BY THE INTERIOR DESIGNER.

WP-400-24

REVISIONS

550

WP-400-06

3100

CW-400-01

CW-400-01

#

DATE

1

2011.04.08

PRELIMINARY BID SET

2

2011.04.15

MILLWORK, SCHEDULES

3

2011.04.20

PARTITION TYPES & DIMS

4

2011.05.03

TENDER 1

5

2011.05.05

BOH FINISHES

6

2011.05.11

CASINGS, SCHEDULES

7

2011.05.17

TENDER 2 - REVISIONS

8

2011.06.06

TENDER 3 - REVISIONS

DESCRIPTION

DATE

: 2011.03.28

SCALE

: AS NOTED

JOB #

: 1017

DWG BY

: BH / MS / IH

CHECKED : BS / CD PROJECT:

DRAWING NAME:

LIVING ROOM SCALE: 1:20

TENDER DOCUMENTS DRAWING #:

great room elevations


great room


INTERIOR DESIGNER :

WP-400-34

WP-400-34 601 W 26TH ST SUITE 308 NEW YORK, NY 10001 USA

5580 5180 3630 3570 30180

EQ.

EQ.

T: +1-212-929-5100

5580 5180 450 EQ.

EQ.

EQ.

3660

30

18030

F: +1-212-929-5105 WWW.BRADLEYSTEPHENS.COM

330

DESIGN ARCHITECT :

30

EQ.

8

601 W 26TH ST SUITE 308 NEW YORK, NY 10001 USA

8

T: +1-212-929-5100 F: +1-212-929-5105 WWW.S3ARC.COM

8

WP-400-33

WP-400-33

LOCAL DESIGN INSTITUTE :

CW-400-08 NO. 8 HUATIAN STREET 8/F HAITAI INFORMATION PLAZA, BUILDING F NORTH BRANCH HIGH TECH INDUSTRY PARK

2260

TIANJIN CITY, CHINA 300384 T: +86-22-2370-8566 WWW.HHDESIGN.CN

CW-400-08

3100

ENGINEERING : 23F SHANGHAI TIMES SQUARE 93 HUAIHAI ZHONG ROAD SHANGHAI, CHINA T: +86-021-6136-3198 F: +86-021-6136-4298 WWW.AECOM.COM

2320

WP-400-36

FACADE :

6/F TAK CHEUNG BUILDING 22-24 WING LOK STREET SHEUNG WAN, HONG KONG T: +852-2542-4628 F: +852-2542-4282 WWW.HSFACADE.COM

150

LANDSCAPE : 11/F SIU ON CENTRE

BB-400-12

188 LOCKHART ROAD

BB-400-12

WANCHAI,HONG KONG T: +852-2802-3333 F: +852-2802-8662 WWW.URBIS.COM.HK

MASTER BEDROOM

MASTER BEDROOM

SCALE: 1:20

SCALE: 1:20

LIGHTING : 213-217 PALMER STREET DARLINGHURST, NSW 2010 SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA T: +612-9360-9250 F: +612-9360-9296 WWW.LDP.NET

ACOUSTICS : FLAT A, 15/F VALIANT COMMERCIAL BUILDING 22-24 PRAT AVENUE, TSIM SHA TSUI KOWLOON, HONG KONG T: +852-2328-2623 F: +852-2887-0384 WWW.SHILLINGLAW.COM.HK

WP-400-33

7990

8

7590

THE INTERIOR DESIGNER SHALL NOT HAVE CONTROL OR CHARGE OF AND SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR CONSTRUCTION MEANS, METHODS, DEVIATIONS, TECHNIQUES, SEQUENCES OR PROCEDURES, OR FOR SAFETY PRECAUTIONS AND PROGRAMS IN CONNECTION WITH THE WORK, FOR THE ACTS OR OMISSIONS OF THE CONTRACTOR, SUB-CONTRACTORS, OR ANY OTHER PERSONS PERFORMING ANY OF THE WORK, OR FOR THE FAILURE OF ANY OF THEM TO CARRY OUT THE WORK IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS. WRITTEN DIMENSIONS ON THIS DRAWING SHALL HAVE PRECEDENCE OVER SCALED DIMENSIONS. CONTRACTORS SHALL VERIFY AND BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL DIMENSIONS AND CONDITIONS ON THE JOB AND THIS OFFICE MUST BE NOTIFIED OF ANY VARIATIONS FROM THE DIMENSIONS AND CONDITIONS SHOWN BY THESE DRAWINGS. SHOP DETAILS MUST BE SUBMITTED TO THIS OFFICE FOR REVIEW BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH FABRICATION. NOT VALID FOR CONSTRUCTION UNLESS SIGNED AND SEALED BY THE INTERIOR DESIGNER.

REVISIONS WP-400-34

WP-400-34

CW-400-08

#

DATE

1

2011.04.08

PRELIMINARY BID SET

2

2011.04.15

MILLWORK, SCHEDULES

3

2011.04.20

PARTITION TYPES & DIMS

4

2011.05.03

TENDER 1

5

2011.05.05

BOH FINISHES

6

2011.05.11

CASINGS, SCHEDULES

DESCRIPTION

7

2011.05.17

TENDER 2 - REVISIONS

8

2011.06.06

TENDER 3 - REVISIONS

DATE

: 2011.03.28

SCALE

: AS NOTED

JOB #

: 1017

DWG BY

: BH / MS / IH

CHECKED : BS / CD PROJECT:

DRAWING NAME:

BB-400-12

BB-400-12

BB-400-12

MASTER BEDROOM

MASTER BEDROOM

MASTER BEDROOM

SCALE: 1:20

SCALE: 1:20

SCALE: 1:20

TENDER DOCUMENTS DRAWING #:

master bedroom elevations


master bedroom


VIP LOUNGE

At a private yacht club and reso rt in Tianjin, China, a separate en trance, lounge and dining area w a s r e q u i r e d t o h o s t V I P g u e s t s . The client desired a comfortable and l u x u r i o u s s p a c e w i t h c l a s s i c s t y l e . The resulting design was an art d e c o i n s p i r e d s p a c e w i t h c o n t e m p o r a r y touches.


VIP lounge: interior views

dining area

lounge area


STUDIO

1452

Remodel of an existing 1920s m a s o n r y b u i l d i n g i n S a n t a M o n i c a i n t o a full service salon that a l s o i n c l u d e s a t r a i n i n g a c a d e m y a n d west coast corporate headqu a r t e r s f o r t h e K M S a n d G o l d w e l l h a i r care lines. I worked on se v e r a l a r e a s o f t h e p r o j e c t , i n c l u d i n g the reception desk, color b a r a n d s h a m p o o a r e a i m a g e w a l l . T h e reception desk and color bar a r e c u s t o m m i l l w o r k p i e c e s t h a t s e r v e as sculptural elements which g i v e a u n i q u e i d e n t i t y t o t h e s p a c e , while seamlessly serving their practical purposes.


The reception desk serves both the academy and the salon portions of the space. It’s form gives the space a unique identity, while remaining functional and provides a backdrop for the ever-changing marketing campaigns of the KMS and Goldwell brands.

reception desk

color bar


shampoo area image wall


storefront sign:

The sign is a custom anodized aluminum rendition of the project’s graphic identity. It’s backlit with a sandblasted acrylic panel that is illuminated with LEDs. The result is a bright and visually striking


4”

location of arakawa hardware

4”

signage

branded imagery behind

Nova boxes display

STORE FRONT RETAIL DISPLAY , BRANDED IMAGERY AND SIGNAGE PLAN & ELEVATION DIAGRAMS NTS SG

01.22.09


p resentation renders:

Digital model served as a main design tool for the project and was the basis of all presentation renders.


color bar and reception desk design process: My Rhino model served as the main design tool for the color bar and reception desk.

r e c e p t i o n desk

color bar


COCOON

A self supporting diagrid struct u r e s u s p e n d e d a b o v e t h e h o t e l a t r i u m that houses a VIP restaurant, ba r, lounge and meeting rooms.


The client desired a design that would suggest a cocoon. The diagrid not only suggest the overlapping layers of silk woven to make a cocoon, but is structurally self-sufficient. Panels between the diagrid would change color according to time of day or occasion.


The many program requirements necessitated several distinct areas. In order to accommodate this, pockets of program were created by folding walls into themselves. An feeling of openness was retained allowing for views towards the ocean, while serving the program needs.


COCOON CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT SECTIONS

BREAKFAST DINING

BUFFET / BAR

STAIRS TO MEZZANINE LOUNGE

A mezzanine level with stairs wrapping around the kitchen core allows all program requirements to be met without breaking up the space with several walls.

+ 18.80

A

N SECTION A BREAKFAST DINING / BUFFET - BAR / MEZZANINE

RAINBOW LAND YACHT CLUB - SEASIDE CAFE

SK - 01

BRADLEY STEPHENS / S3 ARCHITECTURE 601 WEST 26TH STREET SUITE 308 NYC 10001 212 929 5100 TEL

STRUCTURAL SUPPORT CONCEPTS SCALE: N/A ISSUE DATE : 01.06.11

212 929 5105 FAX

MEZZANINE LOUNGE + 21.80

PANTRY BUFFET /

BREAKFAST DINING

BAR + 18.80

B

N SECTION B MEZZANINE LOUNGE / SERVICE CORE / BREAKFAST DINING

LAND YACHT CLUB - SEASIDE CAFE COCOON CONCEPTRAINBOW DEVELOPMENT SECTIONS

SK - 01

BRADLEY STEPHENS / S3 ARCHITECTURE 601 WEST 26TH STREET SUITE 308 NYC 10001 212 929 5100 TEL

STRUCTURAL SUPPORT CONCEPTS SCALE: N/A ISSUE DATE : 01.06.11

212 929 5105 FAX

+ 21.80

RESTROOMS

LOUNGE BEYOND

MEETING ROOM

+ 18.80

C

N SECTION C RESTROOMS / CIRCULATION / MEETING ROOM

RAINBOW LAND YACHT CLUB - SEASIDE CAFE BRADLEY STEPHENS / S3 ARCHITECTURE 601 WEST 26TH STREET SUITE 308 NYC 10001 212 929 5100 TEL

SK - 01 212 929 5105 FAX

STRUCTURAL SUPPORT CONCEPTS SCALE: N/A ISSUE DATE : 01.06.11


interior views


SEASIDE CAFE

A cafe that serves the hotel, ya c h t c l u b a n d s h o p p i n g p r o m e n a d e . Features a green roof and covere d seating area.


The green roof is visible from several of the hotel suites.


The cafe is located along the main promenade, making it a meeting point for the shopping, beach and hotel.


The covered patio features accent lighting the compliment the form of the columns. The bencnches are filled in with a planting scheme that relates to the green roof.


ELEVATIONS

ENERGETIC AND SPLAY DESIGN OPTIONS

GREEN ROOF

FRONT ELEVATION ENERGETIC DESIGN OPTION

SCULPTURAL BENCH

SCULPTURAL BENCH

ELEVATIONS

ENERGETIC AND SPLAY DESIGN OPTIONS

ELEVATIONS

GREEN ROOF

ENERGETIC AND SPLAY DESIGN OPTIONS GREEN ROOF

FRONT ELEVATION SPLAY DESIGN OPTION SIDE ELEVATION SCULPTURAL ENERGETIC DESIGN OPTION BENCH

SCULPTURAL BENCH SCULPTURAL BENCH

SCULPTURAL BENCH SCULPTURAL BENCH

RAINBOW LAND YACHT CLUB - SEASIDE CAFE

SERVICE DRIVE ELEVATION ENERGETIC DESIGN OPTION

BRADLEY STEPHENS / S3 ARCHITECTURE 601 WEST 26TH STREET SUITE 308 NYC 10001 212 929 5100 TEL

SK - 01

BAMBOO

SCULPTURAL BENCH

212 929 5105 FAX

STRUCTURAL SUPPORT CONCEPTS SCALE: N/A ISSUE DATE : 01.06.11

GREEN ROOF

SIDE ELEVATION SCULPTURAL SPLAY DESIGN OPTION BENCH

SCULPTURAL BENCH

SCULPTURAL BENCH

SERVICE DRIVE ELEVATION SPLAY DESIGN OPTION

BAMBOO

RAINBOW LAND YACHT CLUB - SEASIDE CAFE BRADLEY STEPHENS / S3 ARCHITECTURE 601 WEST 26TH STREET SUITE 308 NYC 10001 212 929 5100 TEL

SCULPTURAL BENCH

SK - 01

ISSUE DATE : 01.06.11

212 929 5105 FAX

RAINBOW LAND YACHT CLUB - SEASIDE CAFE SECTIONS

BRADLEY STEPHENS / S3 ARCHITECTURE 601 WEST 26TH STREET SUITE 308 NYC 10001 212 929 5100 TEL

SK - 01

SPECTABILE BAMBOO

SEDUM AZOON

SEDUM SPECTABILE SEDUM LENARE

5

SERVICE DRIVE SECTION ENERGETIC DESIGN OPTION PLANTING MOUND

SPECTABILE CHINESE RESTAURANT

BAMBOO

SEDUM AZOON

SEDUM SPECTABILE SEDUM LENARE

STRUCTURAL SUPPORT CONCEPTS SCALE: N/A ISSUE DATE : 01.06.11

212 929 5105 FAX

ENERGETIC AND SPLAY DESIGN OPTIONS

CHINESE RESTAURANT

STRUCTURAL SUPPORT CONCEPTS SCALE: N/A

SCULPTURAL BENCH


UP A TRAIL, DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE

The unknown keeps us curious, and when we have exited the realm of the civilized, we can never know what to expect. But what if the wilderness is completely confined by the city? Can an island, practically just a speck of what was once the unknown frontier, posses the mystery and drama of the wild? Could Griffith Park be such a place? What might such a park typology be?


the urban park:

typologies

central park: An imitation of nature in an unnatural setting. A slice of natural forms in the midst of and within an orthogonal geometry. It is somewhat like a large scale walled garden or courtyard of a home; where nature is artificially recreated to look as if it had been that way all along.. It is shared and used as such by the inhabitants of the city.

the french formal: Nature as a graphic pattern. Not only is the enclosure of the garden of a harsh geometry, but the elements of the garden are of forced into the form of harsh geometries as well. Paths are well defined and markers are easily identified .

the english stroll garden: A combination of strict geometries and imitations of nature all within the same garden. Strolling paths are punctuated by unexpected and often out of place infrastructure resulting in a somewhat whimsical landscape.


approach: Los Angeles lacks a specific park typology. The city is often characterized by a lack of parks, when in fact there is an abundance of park acreage in the county. The problem lies in the fact that most of the parks in the city are rather wild, and characterized by hiking trails, drab picnic tables and little else. I aim to create a new kind of topography in the park by drawing on current precedents existing in the area. Namely the tradition of outdoor music venues in the Hollywood Hills such as the Hollywood Bowl and the Greek Theatre, and the idea of infrastructure as icon (the Hollywood sign). The new infrastructure will consist of a series of structures that are choreographed on the site along a trail. This choreography will result in a condition of serial vision to create an experience inside of and among the structures; the space between them is just as important as the space inside. Like dance steps or a piece of music, there are points of action and points of rest, but the experience is made by the combination of the two.

characteristics: symbolic iconic indexical ephemeral yet,

permanent

For orientation, to guide through and along the trail. The choreography of these elements offer a sense of progression and anticipation The long and linear path of the trail in broken up into visually digestible amounts. The placement and existence becomes an icon in the landscape, visible from the basin of the city, and potentially serving as a point of orientation as well. Draws attention to the structure of music; how you experience a piece of music (note, the space between them and the composition/ placement).

The project would be temporary, like a music festival.

Portions of the buildings would be carved into the landscape and made from more permanent materials leaving a lasing and mysterious impression on the site, like a ruin.


Griffith Park Los Angeles, CA: introducing a new infrastructure


the new typology: points along a trail

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4.

3.

2. 1.


formal language:

the silhouette

A series of silhouettes are generated; each unique yet belonging to the same family. The 2d silhouette is deformed in order to become a 3d space. The form is meant to compliment its surroundings and lay easily the natural curves of the hillside, while at the same time standing out to create an unexpected intervention along the trail. The silhouettes of the structures are meant to stand out against the natural backdrop to be viewed from afar and give unique shadows and form to the interior of the spaces.


the final silhouettes

The five follies along the trail are based on these five selections from the formal language. Each of these forms are placed along the trail at each of the five points and deformed in order to fit into the site.

1.

2.


3.

4.

5.


folly 1


folly 2


folly 3


folly 4


folly 5


CINE(CHINA)CITTA

Mixed use film compound, Beijing, China. Cinecitta , literally cinema city in Italian, was built in 1937 by Mussolini as an enclosed compound for filmmaking; a city within the city of Rome where the fantastic is the norm. It is the home of the set of Ben Hur and countless Fellini productions. The goal of this studio was to create a fantasy driven, yet working cinema city, in the spirit of cinecitta, but leave behind compound model in favor of bringing everyday life into the studio. The program includes a film studio, cine(chine)citta, that would also be home to a film school (of the same namet) student housing, studio housing (for actors, writers, and the “big shots� directors producers and other executives. This project was done concurrently by students at Tsing-Ha university and both proposals were presented to the developers and owners of the site during a conference in Beijing.


site:

A large parcel of land that is home to a number of working and defunct factories with An existing hutong neighborhood at it’s center. It is on the outskirts of Beijing and surrounded by new western style developments. Almost all of the existing buildings on the site are scheduled for demolition and re-development in the near future.


footprint development


space logic:

The building typology is based on the logic of the hutong space, which is the traditional housing configuration in China. The buildings for housing are essentially huge screens, so that the inhabitants live in the movies.


the result: A series of screen buildings with circulation carved on the exterior, the screen is a spectacle, and so are the people inside. There are three different buildings typologies: student housing/ gallery exhibition space, family housing, and “bigshot� lofts.


family style:

These units are designed for young working families who are in the industry and are vertically oriented. The bottom floor serves as a workshop, exhibition or storefront space.


student housing: The bottom level is a common exhibition/ lounge space where students can show their work, spread out and mingle a bit.


the “bigshot� loft: These housing units are places on top of office and other administrative space to allow for maximum privacy. Access for the housing and the office space is kept private.


LIVE, EAT, DRINK, GROW

An empty lot on Spring Street is going to be developed into loft style housing. The goal of this studio was to create a housing block geared towards food lovers. The program would include housing as well as a wide array of restaurants and an urban farm.


site:

The heart of downtown Los Angeles, Spring Street between 4th and 5th Streets.


The site is surrounded by existing buildings with windows looking in and Spring Street, which has very heavy traffic. The only quiet spot is the alley on the east edge of the lot.


The idea is to raise most of the mass above the ground level, and allow the public circulation to flow beneath the semi-private space of the urban farm and the private space of the housing. This would incorporate the ground level of the project into the fabric of the city. The block would be supported on a series of columns (pattern at right) that would form dictate the shape of the ground level spaces and control the circulation. The goal is to create an indirect route, to promote wandering and to echo the irregular paths found in old city centers.


massing blocks:

marketplace (ground level)

30,000 sq. ft.

restaurants farmer’s market other retail culinary institute

25,000 sq. ft.

kitchen growing facility restaurant food therapy spa facility

housing

160,000 sq. ft.


upper levels, housing

second and third levels, culinary school and urban farm

ground level, restaurants and shops


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