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1. COVER SHEET 2. RENDER-GALLERY OPENING Composite showing the Parklet Cinema installed at a gallery during an opening exhibtion. 3. SITE SELECTION Parklet Cinema’s modular construction enables it to be installed in otherwise unusable sites. 4. DESIGN The modules are built from recycled, inexpensive materials and components. 5. RENDER-DAYTIMEIn between scheduled programming, the Parklet Cinema provides an urban amenity. 6. PLAN The layout can be customized for each exhibition and for each unique site. 7. PRECEDENTS The level of craft and attention to detail of some recent Parklets will provide a valuable benchmark. 8. MATERIALS Clockwise from top left: Used astroturf, aluminum mesh, raw steel, ‘L’ wire, marine grade plywood. 9. RENDER-STREET Composite showing installation in two parking spaces. 10. RENDER-OFF STREET Composite showing installation in underused public space. 11. PAST WORK-THE SHADOW ELECTRIC [Jay Rayner] An established open air cinema, currently housed at The Abbotsford Convent, combining quality programming with an unprecedented production in a stunning location. 12. PAST WORK-DOMESTIQUE POP UP [Jay Rayner] A pop-up bar for screening the 2012 Tour de France by The Shadow Electric 13. PAST WORK-BOOKWALLAH [Georgia Hutchison] The Bookwallah in situ at Design Hub / The Bookwallah in-transit at Platform 9, Chennai Central Train Station. The Bookwallah roving writers festival provided a unique design condition: to create a portable literary environment to travel India and Australia, holding 400 books and to be an enabling space for cultural exchange. 14. PAST WORK-EXHIBITION CURATION & DESIGN[Georgia Hutchison] Cream Teeth, an exhibition of craft and design objects by members of the Whalehouse collective, shown at Tinning Street, 2010 and Melbourne Fringe Furniture ‘Dancing in the Dark’ exhibition at The Abbotsford Convent, 2011 15. PAST WORK-PPLANTER [Anastasia Victor-Faichney] The PPlanter is a mobile, reconfigurable biofiltration urinal and sink that fits into the parklet typology developed with Hyphae Design Lab for the Urban Prototyping Festival in 2012. 16. PAST WORK-SITE SANTA FE BIENNALE PAVILLION [Anastasia Victor-Faichney] A water pavillion and light installation for the 2014 SITE Santa Fe Biennalle constructed from recycled IBC Totes filled with rainwater collected on-site - with Hyphae Design Lab. 17. PAST WORK-DIGITAL CEMENT [John Victor-Faichney] An exhibition of 3D printed cement presented at the 2010 Biennial of the Americas, with Rael-San Fratello Architects 18. PAST WORK-NIGHT GARDEN [John Victor-Faichney] A CNC milled vertical garden exhibited at the 2009 DesCours event in New Orleans, with Rael-San Fratello Architects

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SECTION

SITE BUILDING AT REAR

MIST WALL 1MIST EMITTER LINE

PROJECTION WALL 1

COURTYARD

PROJECTION WALL 2

FLOOR ASSEMBLY-1” OSB, TIMBER FRAMING, 4X4 TIMBER POSTS, NO-DIG FOOTINGS

KIOSK/BAR: 150SF

BAR/KIOSK

WALL ASSEMBLY2X4 TIMBER FRAMING WITH DOUBLE TOP PLATE + 1/2” SEMI TRANSLUCENT TWIN WALL POLYCARBONATE

PRESENTATION SPACE: 170 SF

ROOF ASSEMBLYTIMBER FRAMING, 3/4” OSB, WHITE ROLL ROOFING

SCALE: 3/16” = 1’

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Parklet cinema supplemental images  

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