Whitney Trailhead Prototype

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horror anthology western maryland writers meetup 2014 Commissioned to serve as both an experimental production facility and as a showcase for new material applications and computer-controlled fabrication technologies, this building addition, interior renovation, and courtyard landscape ramp focuses on the minimal definition of large flexible spaces in order to allow for a wide range of activities and continual updating of the design equipment processes. Reflecting the simple, cellular functionality of the Esherick-designed original building, the new addition follows the structural geometry of the existing building frames, but employs new translucent materials and computer-controlled cutting processes to produce a simple enclosure with a functionally complex structural skin. The primary work area is enclosed within a ventilating roof and wall system that holds out the rain while allowing hot air and fumes to exhaust through a continuous matrix of large roof apertures. The double skin of prefabricated polycarbonate panels forms a dense field of thick translucent roof volumes-serving as gutters and ventilator shafts-hovering within a deceptively simple box following outward from the structural bays of the existing building, and acting as a lantern-like pavilion within the large building courtyard. The courtyard will gain a new multi-purpose functionality as an experimental construction space, and informal amphitheater for outdoor lectures and performances. A broad concrete-supported ramp rises upward as a rectangular lawn to gain the full sunlight otherwise escaping the shaded courtyard, and symbolically draws the campus ground through the two story lobby space and into the landscape architecture studios on the building’s fourth floor. With these additions to the courtyard, this previously underutilized outdoor space will become an activated work area for design-build construction activities that integrate students from both the architecture and landscape architecture programs.

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dreamlash The Mount Whitney Trailhead Prototype was seen as an opportunity to develop a relationship between the College of Environmental Design and the National Forest Service.  The project intends to inform and inspire visitors at different levels.  In addition to serve the fundamental function of an interpretive center for the trail, the structure reveals a unique and sensitive relationship between architecture and nature.

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comprar vigrx sin receta The Mount Whitney Trailhead Prototype entailed approximately one summer of planning and design and two weeks for the actual installation of the project at the trailhead.  Several undergraduate and graduate student volunteers from the College of Environmental Design joined Chris Nogoy and Jeff Jordan in the building of the trailhead this summer before the Centennial Celebration of the Trailhead in July.

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