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BOULDER GREEN HOUSE

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Boulder Green House Seed - Sow - Reap

Michelle Han Dominique Kletter Instructor - Marcel De Lange Studio IV

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An Educational Growth Center and Farmer’s Market

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What does it mean to live a sustainable, healthy life style? Boulder, Colorado is known for its progressive attitude towards promoting an active, healthy lifestyle. The project takes advantage of its context of being centrally located in the cultural center to embody the ideals the city seeks to spread to the community. During season, the Boulder Farmer’s Market takes place two blocks south of Pearl Street. The proposed ‘Boulder Green House’ will house the market all year round and also demonstrate a wholistic experience of the cycle of food production. From the growth process to harvest and preparation, to distribution and then to consumption, and back to learning about the growth stage, the proposal attempts to lead the users through all the steps of the different stages of the food production as they exprience it. The Boulder Green House is a stage for the Farmer’s Market, a community kitchen, a seed bank, a community garden, and various dining and gathering spaces.


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1. Restrooms 2. Service Road 3. Elevators 4. Storage 5. Freight Elevator to Kitchen 6. Farmers Market Space 1. Green7. House Storage Secondary Entrance 2. Restrooms 8. Vendor Storage 3. Community Work Table 9. Main Entrance 4. Elevator 5. Stair 1/16”= 1’-0” 6. Seed Wall

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1. Restrooms 2. Service Road Elevators 1. Green3. House Storage 4. Storage 2. Restrooms 5. Freight 3. Community WorkElevator Table to Kitchen 6. Farmers Market Space 4. Elevator 5. Stair 7. Secondary Entrance 8. Vendor 1/16”= Storage 1’-0” 6. Seed Wall 9. Main Entrance

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900 SF

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OFFICES

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Community Kitchen

GARDENS

990 SF

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Third Floor Plan 1 Green House Storage 2 Restrooms 3 Community Work Table 4 Elevator 5 Stair 6 Seed Wall Second Floor Plan 1 Restrooms 2 Offices 3 Elevators 4 Balcony / Dining 5 Seed Bank 6 Secondary Entry 7 Seating / Viewing 8 Pantry 9 Freight Elevator 10 Dining 11 Community Kitchen 12 Main Entry Ground Plan 1 Restrooms 2 Service Road 3 Elevators 4 Storage 5 Freight Elevator to Kitchen 6 Farmers Market Space 7 Secondary Entry 8 Vendor Storage 9 Main Entry


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32 ft 20 ft 15 ft North Elevation


Offices

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Outdoor Dining/Lounge

Secondary Entry

Kitchen Viewing Area

Community Kitchen

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Main Entry

Main Dining

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Restrooms

Elastomeric Protective Coating Prestressed Structural Concrete Skin Steel Reinforcement Glass Curtain Wall Steel Bracers Floor Plates

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Restrooms

The structural skin was strategically designed to establish porosity in circulation, blurring the threshold of indoor and outdoor. Corners are peeled and apertures are controlled by the nature of the different programs while simultaneously acknowledging public spaces versus private spaces. The density of the apertures is also dependent on the structure. The grid gets thicker towards the ground for maximum support. 1 2 3 4 5 6

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Outdoor Dining/Lounge

Secondary Entry

Kitchen Viewing Area

Community Kitchen

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Main Dining

Offices

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Perspective Models


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