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B’ Route 611/Main Street Bucks County Courthouse

te Street

Route 202/Sta

Fountain House

Public Library

A

Central Bucks High School

A’

N

Bucks County Context

Doylestown Context

Grading Plan

B

Scale: 1” = 20’-0”

Fountain House Plaza, Doylestown PA Design Program

Enhance Pedestrian Experience 1. Circulation through plaza 2. Meeting place Provide Flexibility & Individuality 1. Sun vs. shade spaces 2. Various sitting options 3. Public vs intimate spaces

Scale: 1” = 20’-0”

Fountain House Plaza, Doylestown PA

Bucks County & Doylestown Context, Grading Plan, & Concept

Temple University, College of Liberal Arts, School of Environmental Design, Department of Landscape Architecture and Horticulture Design Studio IV, Spring 2011, Professors Baldev Lamba & Mike Lofurno

Matthew Nelson May 10th, 2011 1 of 5


Scale: 1/8” = 1’-0”

Fountain House Plaza, Doylestown PA Illustrative Master Plan

Temple University, College of Liberal Arts, School of Environmental Design, Department of Landscape Architecture and Horticulture Design Studio IV, Spring 2011, Professors Baldev Lamba & Mike Lofurno

Matthew Nelson May 10th, 2011 2 of 5


Scale: 1/8” = 1’-0”

Section A-A’ Pub Restaurant

Restaurant Terrace - Intimate Space

Starbucks Terrace - Open Space

Main Street

Fountain House Plaza, Doylestown PA Section A-A’

Temple University, College of Liberal Arts, School of Environmental Design, Department of Landscape Architecture and Horticulture Design Studio IV, Spring 2011, Professors Baldev Lamba & Mike Lofurno

Matthew Nelson May 10th, 2011 3 of 5


Section B-B’

Scale: 1/8” = 1’-0” Cross Culture

14’ Sidewalk

State Street

10’ Sidewalk

Planter

Starbucks Terrace - Open Space

Starbucks

Fountain House Plaza, Doylestown PA Section B-B’

Temple University, College of Liberal Arts, School of Environmental Design, Department of Landscape Architecture and Horticulture Design Studio IV, Spring 2011, Professors Baldev Lamba & Mike Lofurno

Matthew Nelson May 10th, 2011 4 of 5


Fountain House Plaza, Doylestown PA Perspective

Temple University, College of Liberal Arts, School of Environmental Design, Department of Landscape Architecture and Horticulture Design Studio IV, Spring 2011, Professors Baldev Lamba & Mike Lofurno

Matthew Nelson May 10th, 2011 5 of 5


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