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interconnections amid the urban fabric: the spaces in between volume 3 - design

interconnections amid the urban fabric


First published in the United States of America in 2012 by Perriann Hodges All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without prior consent of the publisher. Distributed to the U.S. trade by Your House, New York This book was developed with the support and cooperation of the NewSchool of Architecture & Design, San Diego. Designer Perriann Hodges Printed and bound in San Diego Hodges, Perriann Interconnections Amid Urban Fabric: the spaces inbetween

Š 2012 Perriann Hodges All rights Reserved interconnections amid the urban fabric


perriann hodges

volume 3 design

interconnections amid the urban fabric the spaces in between

interconnections amid the urban fabric


interconnections amid the urban fabric volumes


volumes

volume 1 research foreword x acknowledgment xii 1.0 position 000 2.0 lineage 002 3.0 literary observations 016 4.0 case studies 024 5.0 place 054 6.0 program 078 7.0 typology 092 8.0 methodological process 136 volume 2 site taxonomy

9.0 taxonomy 152 10.0 popos 164

volume 3 design site research 280 12.0 concept 306 13.0 temporal environment 308 14.0 momentary ownership 318 15.0 interactive atmospheres 326 16.0 site development 344 17.0 bibliography 382 18.0 glossary of terms 388 19.0 autobiography 390 11.0

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interconnections amid the urban fabric table of contents


table of contents

11.0 site

volume 3 design research 280

11.3 financial district

282 286 302

12.1 museum effect

306

13.1 process

310 314

11.1 timeline 11.2 city context

12.0 concept

13.0 temporal

environments 308 13.2 overall design

14.0 momentary

ownership 318 14.1 process

15.0 interactive

306

14.1 overall design

320 324

atmospheres 326 15.1 case study 15.2 process 15.3 overall design

16.0 proposed

328 334 338

sites 344

16.1 vague 16.2 defined 16.3 destination 16.3 circulation 16.4 overall design

17.0 bibliography 18.0 glossary of terms 19.0 biography table of contents interconnections amid the urban fabric

346 354 362 370 378

382 388 390


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11.0 site

research

11.1 timeline 282 11.2 city context 286 11.3 financial district 302

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1700’s

1850

The United Kingdom was the first country to promote ‘leisure time’, today’s definition of tourism.

June 1776 Captain Juan Bautista de Anza and Father Francisco Palou descend on SF with cattle and settlers. With Ohlone conscripts, they set up a military outpost and build the Mission 1772 San Francisco de ‘Tourism was recorded Asis (currently Mission being used as a term. Dolores).

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1758 Cox and King was the first official travel company.

With hopes of solidgold tax revenues, the US hastily dubs California the 31st state.

1848 Gold is discovered near present-day Placerville by mill employees. San Francisco newspaper publisher Sam Brannan, lets word out, and the Gold Rush is on.

1846

1861-1865

The MexicanAmerican War breaks out, and drags on for two years, with much posturing but little actual bloodshed in California.

While the US Civil War divides North from South back East, SF perversely profits in the West. Industry is diverted from factories burdened by the war effort, and SF’s rakes and ruffians find honest work.

1811

1835

‘Tourist’ was recorded being used as a term.

An emissary of President Andrew Jackson makes a formal offer of $500,000 to buy Norther California, but Mexico testily refuses, and tries to sell California as a package deal to England.

tourism

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11.1 timeline 1927

April 1906

1851

1873

Gold discovery in Australia leads to cheering in the streets of San Francisco as the price for California gold plummets. Brawls, arson and phony arrests of Australians ensue.

When a nervous driver decides to test the braking power of Andrew Hallidie’s wire rope railway, aka cable car, Hallidie jumps into the driver’s seat and steers the car downhill as crowds cheer.

A massive earthquake levels entire blocks of SF in 47 seconds flat, setting off fires that rage for 3 days.

21 year old Philo Farnswoth transmitted the first successful TV broadcast of a straight line.

1910 Angel Island opens as the West Coast immigration station. Over the nest 30 years, 175,000 arrivals from Asia are subjected to months or years of interrogation.

1936 The League of Nations defined foreign tourist as someone traveling abroad for at least 24 hours.

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1934

The US Chinese Exclusion Act suspends new immigration from China. These racially targeted laws stay on the books until 1943.

A West Coast longshoremen’s strike ends with 34 San Francisco strikers and sympathizers shot and 40 beaten by police.

May 1869

1915

The Golden Spike is nailed into place, completing the first transcontinental railroad linking the West and East Coasts. The event is reported blow-by-blow using San Franciscan David Brook’s invention, the telegraph, in the world’s first real-time communication.

Scrappy post-quake San Francisco challenges with US cities to win the role as host to the PanamaPacific International Exposition.

1914 The Red Light Abatement Act prohibits dancing the city’s 2800 bars.

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October 1966 In Oakland the Black Panther Party for SelfDefence demanded land, bread, housing, education, clothing, justice, and peace.

February 1942 Executive Order 9066 mandates the relocation of 120,000 Japanese Americans to internment camps

1968 Robert Kennedy is shot after winning the California primary.

1952

1969

City Lights Bookstore wins a landmark ruling against book banning over the publication of Allen Ginsberg’s Howl.

Native American activists land on the island of Alcatraz, and symbolically claim it as partial reparation for broken treaties.

1937

1967

1969

The Golden Gate Bridge is complete. The US Navy had proposed a black and yellow stripped concrete bridge.

Summer of Love kicks off.

West Coast Woodstock goes tragically wrong when Hells Angles on bodyguard duty turned on the performers and audience.

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1945

1969

The League of Nations re-defined foreign tourist as someone traveling abroad for at least 24 hours but less than 6 months.

The first link is made via computer between Stanford Research Institute and UCLA. Spam is born.

January 1966

tourism

The Trips Festival featuring Grateful Dead, Fanis Joplin, Hells Angles

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1989 Hundreds of sea lions take over pier 39

1990

2009

Adjectival tourism as a niche tourism such as cultural tourism, wildlife tourism, popculture tourism, etc

It is said that as many as 500,000 people are up in the air at any given time.

April 1977

February 2004

Apple 2 is introduced in San Francisco.

SF mayor Gavin Newsom licenses same-sex marriages.

September 2001 The United States World Trade Center towers were hit by terrorists. A major setback to tourism.

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October 1989 The Loma Prieta 6.9 earthquake hits and levels a freeway and part of the bay bridge.

1977

November 2008

Harvey Milk becomes the first openly gay man to be elected to public office.

California voters approve Proposition 8.

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San Francisco has many visitors in a day. Most transients visit by using the San Francisco International Airport, however there are few people who use Oakland and San Jose International Airports as alternatives.

san francisco international airport

5.2%

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11.2 city

context

oakland international airport

5.2%

287 san jose international airport

1.3%

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Presidio of San Francisco Chrissy Fields

The Presidio Torpedo Warf

San Francisco Golden Gate Park Golden Gate Park

de Young Museum California Academy of Sciences

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Fort Mason

Telegraph Hill Telegraph Hill

Coit Tower Pioneer Park

San Francisco is a fairly small city measuring only 7 square miles. The need of a dense urban core is established in the exploration of the intrinsic to the transient environments. Four key areas were explored: Downtown, ferry building, pier 39, and the civic center. Each site proposed varying levels of possession to either the intrinsic or the transient.

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financial district

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The financial district of San Francisco is the downtown core full of sky scrapers. It is the hustle and bustle of the businessmen while the tourists are looking up as the buildings touch the sky. The intrinsic and the transient share the site equally.

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ferry building

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The Ferry Building is a great landmark of San Francisco as a tourist destination as well as a working ferry stop for the bay. It holds temporary events such as the farmers market, attracting the intrinsic and the transient without preconceived notions of public to private space.

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pier 39

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Fishermans Warf, also known as Pier 39, is definitely one of the top, if not the top, tourist attraction. The Disneyland effect on San Francisco’s waterfront is evident in the fact of the transient reigning over the area. The intrinsic avoid it like the plague, only dropping by if they work in the area. An unbalanced system between the intrinsic and the transient.

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civic center

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The Civic Center is quite beautiful to visit as it pronounces our countries heritage through the architecture language. The provisional visits due to the architectural typology while the intrinsic works in the area. It offers a balanced background between the provisional and the permanent.

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walkability

In the study of walkability within the dense urban core of San Francisco, the transportation system proved to have overlapping information. One is generally only willing to walk 1-2 blocks off a bus or cable car, while 3-4 off the Bart, light rail system.

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lack of walkability

Due to the public only willing to walk a set distance off the transportation system, one is easily able to calculate a projected area of the city, harder to get to.

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11.3 financial

district

The Financial District proved to be the location for the exploration due to the balanced population of the provisional characteristic and the permanent attribute. It offers the best chance for success.

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25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32

HOTELS ART INSTALLATIONS ‘PARK’ING DAY GRID #1 GRID #2 BREAKING THE GRID DISTRICT 8 DISTRICT 9


site research 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

WATER FEATURES CITY BLOCKS NOLLI MAP #1 NOLLI MAP #2 STREETS BUILDINGS PUBLIC OPEN SPACES PARKS

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

POPOS SPORTS AND ACTIVITIES BART CABLE CAR MUNI SYSTEM FERRY STOP LACK OF WALKABILITY WALKABILITY

17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

DENSITY HEIGHT 000 HEIGHT 001-100 HEIGHT 101-200 HEIGHT 201-300 HEIGHT 301-400 HEIGHT 401 -> TOP ATTRACTIONS

site research interconnections amid the urban fabric

25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32

HOTELS ART INSTALLATIONS ‘PARK’ING DAY GRID #1 GRID #2 BREAKING THE GRID DISTRICT 8 DISTRICT 9


site research 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

WATER FEATURES CITY BLOCKS NOLLI MAP #1 NOLLI MAP #2 STREETS BUILDINGS PUBLIC OPEN SPACES PARKS

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

POPOS SPORTS AND ACTIVITIES BART CABLE CAR MUNI SYSTEM FERRY STOP LACK OF WALKABILITY WALKABILITY

17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

DENSITY HEIGHT 000 HEIGHT 001-100 HEIGHT 101-200 HEIGHT 201-300 HEIGHT 301-400 HEIGHT 401 -> TOP ATTRACTIONS

site research interconnections amid the urban fabric

25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32

HOTELS ART INSTALLATIONS ‘PARK’ING DAY GRID #1 GRID #2 BREAKING THE GRID DISTRICT 8 DISTRICT 9


site research 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

WATER FEATURES CITY BLOCKS NOLLI MAP #1 NOLLI MAP #2 STREETS BUILDINGS PUBLIC OPEN SPACES PARKS

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

POPOS SPORTS AND ACTIVITIES BART CABLE CAR MUNI SYSTEM FERRY STOP LACK OF WALKABILITY WALKABILITY

17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

DENSITY HEIGHT 000 HEIGHT 001-100 HEIGHT 101-200 HEIGHT 201-300 HEIGHT 301-400 HEIGHT 401 -> TOP ATTRACTIONS

TELEGRAPH HILL

NORTH WATERFRONT

NORTH BEACH

FINANCIAL DISTRICT

NOB HILL

DOWNTOWN

site research interconnections amid the urban fabric

25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32

HOTELS ART INSTALLATIONS ‘PARK’ING DAY GRID #1 GRID #2 BREAKING THE GRID DISTRICT 8 DISTRICT 9


site research 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

WATER FEATURES CITY BLOCKS NOLLI MAP #1 NOLLI MAP #2 STREETS BUILDINGS PUBLIC OPEN SPACES PARKS

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

POPOS SPORTS AND ACTIVITIES BART CABLE CAR MUNI SYSTEM FERRY STOP LACK OF WALKABILITY WALKABILITY

17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

DENSITY HEIGHT 000 HEIGHT 001-100 HEIGHT 101-200 HEIGHT 201-300 HEIGHT 301-400 HEIGHT 401 -> TOP ATTRACTIONS

SOUTH BEACH

SOUTH OF MARKET site research interconnections amid the urban fabric

25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32

HOTELS ART INSTALLATIONS ‘PARK’ING DAY GRID #1 GRID #2 BREAKING THE GRID DISTRICT 8 DISTRICT 9


financial district analysis 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

WATER FEATURES CITY BLOCKS NOLLI MAP #1 NOLLI MAP #2 STREETS BUILDINGS PUBLIC OPEN SPACES PARKS

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

POPOS SPORTS AND ACTIVITIES BART CABLE CAR MUNI SYSTEM FERRY STOP LACK OF WALKABILITY WALKABILITY

17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

DENSITY HEIGHT 000 HEIGHT 001-100 HEIGHT 101-200 HEIGHT 201-300 HEIGHT 301-400 HEIGHT 401 -> TOP ATTRACTIONS

25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32

HOTELS ART INSTALLATIONS ‘PARK’ING DAY GRID #1 GRID #2 BREAKING THE GRID DISTRICT 8 DISTRICT 9

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site research interconnections amid the urban fabric


12.0 site

research

museum effect

intrinsic

The exhibit is changed out enough to draw repeat visitors from the intrinsic.

The museum has clout to attract the transient defined as the temporal, as a destination, no matter what the exhibit

site research interconnections amid the urban fabric

transient

371


372

interconnections amid the urban fabric temporal environment


13.0 temporal

environment

13.1 process 310 13.2 overall design 314

temporal environment interconnections amid the urban fabric

373


374

interconnections amid the urban fabric temporal environment


13.1 process

inviting privately owned public open space Offering someone a seat on your home is the simple way to make them feel at home. Public space is no different. Public seating is one of the easiest ways to break down the barriers of preconceived private space.

375

temporal environment interconnections amid the urban fabric


376

interconnections amid the urban fabric temporal environment


temporal environment popos needing public seating temporary public seating environments

temporal environment interconnections amid the urban fabric

Selected Seating Environments


temporal environment popos needing public seating temporary public seating environments

temporal environment interconnections amid the urban fabric

Selected Seating Environments


temporal environment

popos needing public seating temporary public seating environments

Selected Seating Environments

381

temporal environment interconnections amid the urban fabric


before - after

382

interconnections amid the urban fabric temporal environment


13.2 overall

design

383

temporal environment interconnections amid the urban fabric


before - after

384

interconnections amid the urban fabric temporal environment


385

temporal environment interconnections amid the urban fabric


386

interconnections amid the urban fabric momentary ownership


14.0 momentary

ownership

14.1 process 320 14.2 overall design 324

momentary ownership interconnections amid the urban fabric

387


388

interconnections amid the urban fabric momentary ownership


14.1 process

inviting privately owned public open space

Momentary Ownership in various settings throughout the city allows for visual cues of public space. Bike priority streets reestablish importance of green transportation throughout San Francisco. Bikeshare-Bus stops stations improve public transportation options. Bikeshare=POPOS stations signal acceptance into the space. All stations help to reinforce public to private transition of space.

389

momentary ownership interconnections amid the urban fabric


390

interconnections amid the urban fabric momentary ownership


momentary ownership current condition phase 1 phase 2 phase 3 phase 4 final design

momentary ownership interconnections amid the urban fabric

Proposed Current Condition Walkability


momentary ownership current condition phase 1 phase 2 phase 3 phase 4 final design

momentary ownership interconnections amid the urban fabric

Proposed Current Condition Walkability


momentary ownership current condition phase 1 phase 2 phase 3 phase 4 final design

momentary ownership interconnections amid the urban fabric

Proposed Current Condition Walkability


momentary ownership current condition phase 1 phase 2 phase 3 phase 4 final design

momentary ownership interconnections amid the urban fabric

Proposed Current Condition Walkability


momentary ownership current condition phase 1 phase 2 phase 3 phase 4 final design

momentary ownership interconnections amid the urban fabric

Proposed Current Condition Walkability


momentary ownership current condition phase 1 phase 2 phase 3 phase 4 final design

momentary ownership interconnections amid the urban fabric

Proposed Current Condition Walkability


momentary ownership

current condition phase 1 phase 2 phase 3 phase 4 final design

Proposed Current Condition Walkability

403

momentary ownership interconnections amid the urban fabric


before - after

404

interconnections amid the urban fabric momentary ownership


14.2 overall

design

405

momentary ownership interconnections amid the urban fabric


406

interconnections amid the urban fabric interactive atmospheres


15.0 interactive

atmospheres

15.1 case studies 328 15.2 process 334 15.3 overall design 338

interactive atmospheres interconnections amid the urban fabric

407


4

5 1 408

2 3 interconnections amid the urban fabric interactive atmospheres


15.1 case

studies

1. case study - crouching spider

2008 public open space heavy density near tourism

409

interactive atmospheres interconnections amid the urban fabric


2. case study - union square 2003 public open space medium density near tourism

410

interconnections amid the urban fabric interactive atmospheres


3. case study - yin and yang

1982 public open space heavy density near tourism

411

interactive atmospheres interconnections amid the urban fabric


4. case study - language of the birds 2008 public open space low density near tourism

412

interconnections amid the urban fabric interactive atmospheres


5. case study - park animals

1982 public open space medium density near tourism

413

interactive atmospheres interconnections amid the urban fabric


414

interconnections amid the urban fabric interactive atmospheres


15.2 process

interactive atmospheres

Adaptable sites to varying needs suggest intrigue and invitation. Interactive atmospheres promotes repeat visitors through allure and charm.

3-6 months

415

interactive atmospheres interconnections amid the urban fabric


416

interconnections amid the urban fabric interactive atmospheres


interactive atmospheres current art installation condition popos art installation opportunity popos with ground floor access popos with public space

interactive atmospheres interconnections amid the urban fabric

Art Installation Public Space POPOS


interactive atmospheres current art installation condition popos art installation opportunity popos with ground floor access popos with public space

interactive atmospheres interconnections amid the urban fabric

Art Installation Public Space POPOS


interactive atmospheres current art installation condition popos art installation opportunity popos with ground floor access popos with public space

interactive atmospheres interconnections amid the urban fabric

Art Installation Public Space POPOS


interactive atmospheres current art installation condition popos art installation opportunity popos with ground floor access popos with public space

interactive atmospheres interconnections amid the urban fabric

Art Installation Public Space POPOS


interactive atmospheres

current art installation condition popos art installation opportunity popos with ground floor access popos with public space

Art Installation Public Space POPOS

425

interactive atmospheres interconnections amid the urban fabric


before - after

426

interconnections amid the urban fabric interactive atmospheres


15.3 overall

design

427

interactive atmospheres interconnections amid the urban fabric


before - after

428

interconnections amid the urban fabric interactive atmospheres


429

interactive atmospheres interconnections amid the urban fabric


before - after

430

interconnections amid the urban fabric interactive atmospheres


431

interactive atmospheres interconnections amid the urban fabric


432

interconnections amid the urban fabric proposed sites


16.0 proposed

sites

16.1 vague 16.2 defined 16.3 destination 16.4 circulation 16.5 overall design

proposed sites interconnections amid the urban fabric

346 254 362 370 378

433


345 california - permanent attributes

diversity of space

434

shifting program

level changes

interconnections amid the urban fabric proposed sites


16.1 vague

diversity of space

435

proposed sites interconnections amid the urban fabric


345 california - concert scenario 1

2

N night floor plan 1”=64’

436

night section 1”=64’

night section 2”=64’

interconnections amid the urban fabric proposed sites


437

proposed sites interconnections amid the urban fabric


345 california - food production scenario 1

2

N night floor plan 1”=64’

438

night section 1”=64’

night section 2”=64’

interconnections amid the urban fabric proposed sites


439

proposed sites interconnections amid the urban fabric


food production iterations

440

interconnections amid the urban fabric proposed sites


441

proposed sites interconnections amid the urban fabric


345 california - permanent attributes

color component nut glass lamp lamp holder

442

interconnections amid the urban fabric proposed sites


16.2 defined

bookshelf component nut glass lamp lamp holder

443

proposed sites interconnections amid the urban fabric


345 california - movie night scenario

night section 1”=64’

444

1

N

night floor plan 1”=64’

interconnections amid the urban fabric proposed sites


445

proposed sites interconnections amid the urban fabric


345 california - public bookshelf scenario

night section 1”=64’

446 night floor plan iteration 1”=64’

1

N

1

N

night floor plan iteration 1”=64’ interconnections amid the urban fabric proposed sites


447

proposed sites interconnections amid the urban fabric


public bookshelf iterations

448

interconnections amid the urban fabric proposed sites


449

proposed sites interconnections amid the urban fabric


650 california - permanent attributes organized circulation

clustered circulation

450

recycled trash becomes art

interconnections amid the urban fabric proposed sites


16.3 destination

light defining space

451

proposed sites interconnections amid the urban fabric


650 california - recology art walk scenario 2

1

N night floor plan iteration 1”=64’

452

night section 1 1”=64’

night section 2 1”=64’

interconnections amid the urban fabric proposed sites


453

proposed sites interconnections amid the urban fabric


650 california - farmers market scenario 2

1

N night floor plan iteration 1”=64’

454

night section 1 1”=64’

night section 2 1”=64’

interconnections amid the urban fabric proposed sites


455

proposed sites interconnections amid the urban fabric


farmers market iterations

456

interconnections amid the urban fabric proposed sites


457

proposed sites interconnections amid the urban fabric


block 1 - permanent attributes

shifting circulation

458

interconnections amid the urban fabric proposed sites


16.4 circulation

bike detail

459

denoting location

proposed sites interconnections amid the urban fabric


block 1 - bike share scenario 2

section 2

1

460

bike

N block 1�=128’

bike station

interconnections amid the urban fabric proposed sites


461

proposed sites interconnections amid the urban fabric


block 1 - graffiti art walk scenario

N floor plan 1”=128’

462

section 1”=128’

interconnections amid the urban fabric proposed sites


463

proposed sites interconnections amid the urban fabric


graffiti art walk iterations

464

interconnections amid the urban fabric proposed sites


465

proposed sites interconnections amid the urban fabric


466

interconnections amid the urban fabric proposed sites


16.5 overall

design

activity levels

Enhanced connections throughout the urban fabric are created through increased activity levels. Various scenarios placed in the privately owned public open spaces to improve the transition between public and private space. The intrinsic and transient are blended in the environment through various programmatic insertions as space.

467

proposed sites interconnections amid the urban fabric


468

interconnections amid the urban fabric proposed sites


weekday activity proposal weekend activity proposal

overall design

C

C

C C C C C

C

C

C

D

C

C C

C

C

C C

C

C

C

C C

C

C

C C C C C

C C

C C

C

overall design interconnections amid the urban fabric

C

C

C


weekday activity proposal weekend activity proposal

overall design

D

D

D

D

D D

D D

D

D

C C

D D

D D

D

D

D

C

D

D

overall design interconnections amid the urban fabric


increased activity

weekday activity proposal weekend activity proposal

473

overall design interconnections amid the urban fabric


474

interconnections amid the urban fabric bibliography


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18.0 glossary

of terms

Interactive Atmospheres adaptable sites to varying needs suggest intrigue and invitation Intrinsic permanent attribute Momentary Ownership activities and public based amenities Museum Effect constant change of spacial arrangement generates intrigue for the intrinsic. Transient passerby acknowledges the space as a destination due to novelty.

POPOS Privately Owned Public Open Spaces.

A sliver of space set aside for public use to push the project

through the city to be built.

Temporal Environment new spaces keeping the consistency of charm and appeal Transient provisional characteristic Urban Fabric the downtown core

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interconnections amid the urban fabric autobiography


19.0 autobiography

I want to steal. Authors, artists, and architects; I want to steal from many. The money in your wallet, the pens in your drawers, and the things on your shelves are of no interest to me. Well, maybe the books; let us be honest. Like the comedian Steven Wright once said, â&#x20AC;&#x153;To steal ideas from one person is plagiarism; to steal from many is research.â&#x20AC;? While, of course, I jest, there is some truth to that. Holden Caulfield wants to be the catcher in the rye, Mitch Album wants to know about death, and Peter Keating wants to be Howard Roark; I know what it is like. The want for something, so strong I can almost taste it. And sometimes I do. My want is not to save children from becoming phonies, nor to know what it is like after death, or even be someone I admire. Although, all truly interesting desires, my want is knowledge. I strive for it in everything I do. It sounds clichĂŠ, and I am quite sure Holden Caulfield would call me a phony for saying it. Truth be told, we have all thought about being Howard Roark, at one point or another.

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Interconnections Amid the Urban Fabric - Volume 3