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senior project

Mission Bay is a district in San Francisco that is a prime example of poor land use and has recently been recognized as an economical asset for city. The following design introduces new uses to the area of Mission Bay that will enhance its genus loci as well as enrich its public and private uses.


site context


process

Due to the city’s growing population and limited open space, city planners must intellegently expand the usable city’s limits. The most historically respectful development plan necessitates a push south from the city’s core, through Mission Bay.


analysis


masterplan

The unused and neglected spaces will be transformed into a thriving place of commerce and community that will emphasize San Francisco’s rich history and innovative traditions of development. This will be achieved through the addition of open space and mixed- use and community devel opment that will continue to grow as the city expands. The design satisfies the social, economic and environmental need for successful urban development.


Introduces:

connections

phasing

commercial and recreational spaces | park spaces connecting to existing systems | giants stadium and general use parking garage | over 300 sq ft of of mixed use buildings | 25 acres of Wetlands introduce phytoremediation, rhizoremediation, bioremediation and other physical methods of water cleaning

Phase 01

Community development:

construction of over 2000 homes s within the 900000 sq. ft. of building footprint | completion of the park belt that connects all of mission bay | bicycle and pedestrian paths become a full loop | Introduction of agricultural practices for community | local ammenity shops and grocery developed |

Phase 02

New mix use development:

to accommodate site growth on phytoremediated land | all park spaces completed | wetlands accentuate new development as it influences its development and design | recycled water collected and reused for irrigation of surrounding areas | secondary parking garage constructed to accommodate higher uses

Phase 03


ecology constructed wetlands

part of mission bay’s contamination problems stem from being at a lower elevation than its surrounding southern and western areas. Old landfills in these surrounding areas have contributed to its degradation since waste runoff tends to move down slope. This creates the opportunity to capture water runoff from these areas and filter it naturally.


community

Introducing over 2000 private and family based residences, 50 acres in open space, community agriculture and living accomidations in over 500,000 sq ft of community development.


new urbanism

Introducing over 300,000 sq. ft. of mixed use commercial and business buildings in order to attract users to mission bay. The design calls for open green space alongside areas of constructed form. These spaces are suitable for various recreational activities and events.

bayside waterfront park


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Details


AutoCAD


Sunnyvale plaza


Landscape architecture college portfolio  

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