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AIA COTE Top Ten for Students Design Competition

WATER STREET

PROJECT TYPE: Cultural / Urban STUDIO: Professor Miguel Salve 3RD STR EET DATE: Fall 2018 LOCATION: Newburgh, NY [project partner Anthony Matsell]

[MEASURES]

As a team we chose to prioritize three measures to guide the focus of our design.

R I V E R

S Q U A R E C L I N T O N

The Competition required the submitting project to fulfill ten categories of sustainability called ‘Measures’. Each Measure had to be documented and supported by the design of the project.

M.01 INTEGRATION M.02 COMMUNITY

H U D S O N

A master plan on this land that has been destroyed BROADW AY STREET drives us to implement a pedistrian driven system that captures the hidden history of the pre-existing waterfront city through ANN theSTRcontinuity of walkways EET and the interaction of programs with eachother. We want to celebrate the character and identity of Newburgh through the experience of the pedistrian WASHINGTON STREET within these new revived programs.

M.03 ECOLOGY WATER STREET

Newburgh has lost the heritage of its past through 1ST EET devastating urban renewalSTRprograms that removed approximately 1,000 buildings and approximately 300 families during the 1950s and 1960s. The people of Newburgh are still facing the consequences of those actions today. An improved community relationship and connectivity between programs on an urban scale is needed.

LIBERTY STREET

introduction

Newburgh Waterfront Master Plan

M.04 WATER M.05 ECONOMY M.06 ENERGY M.07 WELLNESS M.08 RESOURCES M.09 CHANGE

WILLIAM STREET

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M.10 DISCOVERY

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Profile for Julissa Quezada

Architecture Portfolio | Quezada  

Selected Undergraduate Work 2015-2019

Architecture Portfolio | Quezada  

Selected Undergraduate Work 2015-2019

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