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Rockies Urban Wild - East Boston Pittsburgh for Two Nights Kitzelman Estate - Muncie, Indiana Pogueâ€™s Run Art and Nature Park - Indianapolis, Indiana Environs: Identity and Experience of Puget Sound Lost: Reinventing a Leftover Space - Muncie, Indiana Construction Documentation - Grading and Drainage Construction Documentation - Materials and Detailing
The Rockies Urban Wild and Orchard encompasses a 3.5 acre steeply sloped meadow and orchard occupying nearly 600 feet of frontage on Marginal Street in the Jeffries Point neighborhood of East Boston. Located in a dense, urban location, The Rockies is one of the few remaining natural areas East Boston. Currently East Boston is a dynamic, neighborhood in flux. Recent open space improvements in the vicinity area include the Samuel Adams Schoolyard, Sumner Lampson Playground(2012), Golden Stairs Park (2011), and the Garden at the Rockies (2000s). With the continued development and revitalization of the East Boston waterfront, the planned expansion of Piers Park (Phase 1 Completed 1992), and the creation of new retail and housing in the immediate area, the Rockies Urban Wild and Orchard is situated to become a vital asset for the neighborhood and key component to the future of East Boston.
The Rockies Urban Wild and Orchard Marginal Street, East Boston, MA
View from the Piers Park entrance showing the treatment of the public realm interface.
Perspective showing the interior character of the Rockies, and its relation to the street.
Two Nights in Pittsburgh
Kitzelman Estate Muncie, Indiana
The Oval Main House The Parterre The Greeting Greyâ€™s Pond
finger garden section
house + garden enlargement
finger garden section
Pogueâ€™s Run Art and Nature Park
Indianapolis Urban Core
Pogueâ€™s Run Art and Nature Park Indianapolis, Indiana
Mesic and Flood Plain Planting Mosaic Birch Grove with Anish Kapoor Sculptures
Roxy Paine Sculpture Grove
Pogues Run Art and Community Center
Pogues Run Art and Community Center Entrance
Environs: Identity and Experience of Puget Sound
The transformation of leftover, unused, or underutilized spaces in the built environment holds the potential to create sociable spaces that foster increased worker morale, increased productivity and heightened quality of work. By utilizing a storage room and an adjacent digital fabrication laboratory, Lost: Reinventing a Leftover Space, proposes the creation of an interior garden and art gallery in this lost space. By focusing on color, contrast, texture and form, the interior garden and art gallery aims to create a sensory escape for the users of the building, letting them escape the stresses of work, putting their minds at ease, without physically leaving the building.
Lost: Reinventing a Leftover Space Muncie, Indiana
color contrast texture form
painting as sensory synthesis
interior far east side of 5 story open stair and atrium space
reading nook with wall void over-looking atrium space below and to the west
subtle watercourse with foundation plantings behind
seating alcove with recycled fiber sudhions and small water features
gallery garden small water feature and trough
sedum and cacti living painting
seating area with recycled fiber cushions
concrete pool and water cascade of 30% fly ash concrete
citrus trees to provide shade and texture
interior garden elevation
Construction Documentation Grading and Drainage
Construction Documentation Materials and Detailing
ENVIRONS Thomas J. Fraley 2013
Published on Aug 21, 2013