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TABLE OF CONTENT

WILLOWS POND BRIDGE Technology Studio 3

MARKET PLACE Architecture Design & Technology 1 Professor Gretchen Schneider Page 4

Professor Gretchen Schneider Page 11

FACADE

SPRING 08

FALL 07

IDEO

FALL 08

COURTYARD HOUSE

OLMSTED PARK LIBRARY Technology Studio 3 Professor Gretchen Schneider Page 16

CONEY ISLAND PAVILION


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WWII VETERANS MEMORIAL

SUMMER 09

HARVARD RESEARCH LABORATORY

SPRING 10

RETREAT HOUSE

ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCE CENTER

SUMMER 10

FENWAY DEVELOPMENT


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MARKET PLACE

traditional open market

closed market

natural light

transparency & permeability


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north elevation


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gathering space flexible vending fixed stalls cafe sitting kitchen storage

section A


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west elevation


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section B


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Missing Connections

Added Connections

Willows Pond Bridge (page 11) Olmsted Park Library (page 16)


WILLOWS POND BRIDGE

using a two by eight plank, a rope and our bodies, we explored various forms

of tension and compression. a series of gradually abstracted models informed a logic for a three dimensional trust which would house the bridge.

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Willows Pond Bridge Olmsted Park Library parking high speed traffic pedestrian traffic


OLMSTED PARK LIBRARY

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theatre computer hall exhibition room reading room reading hall circulation desk staff offices mechanical room control room/storage


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MISCELLANEOUS



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