“UNDER OVER OUT” TRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURE + PUBLIC SPACE critics: JUERGEN MAYER + MARC KUSHNER
pa pages 27 27 - 40 “FLEX TRUSS” + “SYMBIOS” RETROFIT + PARAMETRICS (COLUMBIA BUILDING INTELLIGENCE PROGRAM) critic: SCOTT MARBLE pages 41- 46, 47- 52
“MUSEUM FOR CONTEXTUAL DISPLAY” DISPLAY” MUSEUM + HISTORIC PRESERVATION critic: JANETTE KIM pages 53- 62
“AIR “A IR LAB” + “RESEARCH CELL” RESEARCH SPACE + ENVIRONMENT critic: YOSHIKO SATO pages 63- 68, 69- 73
ELECTIVES pages 73- 100
GREEN HOUSING CRITIC
DOUGLAS GAUTHIER IN COLLABORATION WITH
The program brief calls for a mixed use development with over 8000 residential units and 7 million SF of office and retail space. The proposed site and building plans focus on meeting these goals while radically increasing the amount of green space available for new and existing residents of Hoboken and Jersey City, who currently sit well below national standards for green space. The plan introduces two medium sized traditional parks, but also provides equitable access to green in non-traditional ways by integrating and interweaving the built and green space within each building. The voronoi based grid is arranged around points of high value and attraction (parks and transportation hubs) such that access is provided from a multitude of directions, rather than a traditional square. The scheme links existing bicycle paths, while promoting a bicycle and pedestrian centered transportation network.