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Urban Design Studio PPT

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Urban Design Studio PPT

  1. 1. Speer BoulevardSpeer Boulevard C lf t 6thColfax to 6th ave Angela Jaffuel James Chagnon Woon Yong Lee
  2. 2. Speer Boulevard
  3. 3. Ch Ch Hill id T W k D iCheong-gyu Chun Hillside Terrace Wacker Drive Precedents Studies Mass Transit Connectivity Sustainability
  4. 4. Study Area
  5. 5. SITE ANALYSIS PRECEDENCESQUALITIES THAT VISIONS FOR THE DOWNTOWN DENVER PRINCIPLES Absence of each segment and Districts’ Characteristics MAKE GREAT STREET Accessibility and Connectivity DOWNTOWN DENVER AREA PLAN Prosperous City Characterized Street Creation of Diverse and Consistent Urban Spaces Lack of Multi-modal Transportations Walkable City Urban Block or Edge U f T ffi S t Balance of Competing Needs Capitalizes on Natural F t Safe Sidewalk Environment At the Pedestrian Level Reduce traffic congestion and Heavy Traffics Lack of Streetscape, Sidewalk, and human scale Diverse City Distinctive City Use of Traffic Systems and transportation Buildings on Street level and sidewalk Features Creates a varied streetscape Encourages Social Reduce traffic congestion and speed to promote ease of pedestrian crossing Creation of another choice other then the carscale Poor Pedestrian Environment Green City Connectivity Encourages Social Activities And Engagements Uses Hardscape and Landscape other then the car to travel along Speer Increase vertical and horizontal connections to promote multimodal Sustainability Minimal pedestrian connectivity Major arterial passing through other collectors 24 hour Street p connectivity Increase sustainable aspects to lessen effects of pollution on the creekthrough other collectors and arterials Promotes Sustainability Maintainable Infill development and revitalization to strengthen community function through use of existing infrastructure Memorable Character
  6. 6. Unsafe Speer Boulevard -Not Enough Physical Spaces -Lack of eyes -Inactive all day -Car Speed -No Protection p Problems -Sidewalk+Open Space, Fence, Night Lighting, Planting Lane Focal Point Physical Spaces -No attraction No Protection Precedents Safe Sidewalk Environment -Planting Lane, Focal Point Precedents At the Pedestrian Level Principles -Sidewalk Width -Pedestrian Spaces (Pocket Park, etc,) -Pedestrian Facilities (Station, Sitting, etc.) -Lightings -Fence or -Green Hedge -Planting Greenway Programs
  7. 7. Streetscape Incompatibility Problems -Differential Building Scale and Heights -Lack of Fenestration -Inconsistent Entrance -Old, tattered Edges -Undefined architectural p y -Fenestration Rate, Transparent Material, -Consistent Podium, FAR 200%, Street wall Continuity, Precedents Scale and Heights Inconsistent Entrance boundary Creation of Diverse and Consistent -Welcoming Entrance, Lower level Setback, Incentives Precedents Diverse and Consistent Urban Spaces Principles -Development Density Challenge -Lower Level Unification -Creation of Serial Vision -Sense of Extended Feeling -Layout of Buildings -Building Design Programs
  8. 8. High volume of traffic And congestion -Not Enough lanes for levels of -Used as a pass through -Car Speed g Problems -Wacker Drive by-level, separation of local and non local traffic Michigan ave access ramps volume pass through Precedents Reduce traffic congestion and speed to -non-local traffic Michigan ave access ramps, Precedents Principlesg p promote ease of pedestrian crossing p -Locate non-local traffic below grade -Reduce surface lanes from four to two lanes Programs
  9. 9. Lack of Multi-modal Transportations Problems -Auto dependent roadway -No mass transit Transportations -The Right of way is narrow, Lower exhaust emissions, Connect nodes of interest Ease of connections to other forms of transit Precedents roadway Creation of another choice other then the Connect nodes of interest, Ease of connections to other forms of transit, Fosters infill and redevelopment, Raises Property values Precedents Principles car to travel along Speer p -Expand on existing forms of mass transit for more opportunities Programs -Phased implementation of mass transit
  10. 10. Minimal pedestrian connectivity -Minimal connections to existing -Gaps in neighborhood connectivity and -Minimal connections from street level y Problems -Pedestrian bridges, ramps, and stairs used to increase connectivity, healthy lifestyle, transportation system existing street grid to creek level Precedents Increase vertical and horizontal connections a functional part of a modern transportation system Precedents to promote multimodal connectivity Principles -Increase connections -to existing and new -transportation systems -Pedestrian bridges to connect neighborhoods -Add ramps and stairs from street level to creek level Programs
  11. 11. Lack of sustainability -Silt build up -Pollution runoff into the creek -Flooding during and after heavy precipitation Problems -Silt/sand removal, Flood management, recreational activities, Encourages re-development the creek after heavy precipitation Precedents Increase sustainable aspects to lessen , g p Precedents p effects of pollution on the creek Principles -Sand/silt remediation -Biofiltration along Right of Way Programs
  12. 12. Under Utilized Land along Speer -No sense of enclosure -Urban Blight leading to lower property values g p Problems -Increase in funding to adjoining properties, Economic Revitalization, increased Sales Tax generation enclosure to lower property values Precedents Infill development and revitalization to strengthen community function through , g Precedents strengthen community function through use of existing infrastructure Principles -Develop clear -development standards -Provide flexibility in design standards Programs -Allow for assembly of mutliple properties into one
  13. 13. The Big IdeaThe Big IdeaThe Big IdeaThe Big Idea Multimodal CorridorMultimodal Corridor
  14. 14. Multimodal Corridoru t oda Co do
  15. 15. Multimodal Corridor
  16. 16. The OtherThe Other Big IdeaBig IdeaBig IdeaBig Idea Multilayer CorridorMultilayer Corridor
  17. 17. Multilayer Corridoru t aye Co do
  18. 18. Multilayer Corridor
  19. 19. Development PotentialDevelopment Potential
  20. 20. 0 750 1,500 3,000 FEET
  21. 21. Road and Alley RealignmentRoad and Alley Realignment
  22. 22. Triangular Block_ 3-46 acre 110Feet Golden Triangle Neighborhood T t l A 286Total Area _ 286 acre Demography_ 1,000 Residents Total Vacant Area_ 86 acre (30%)
  23. 23. Potential Ground Floor Uses
  24. 24. Design Goal ImplementationDesign Goal Implementation
  25. 25. Safe Sidewalk Environment At the Pedestrian Level R d t ffi tiReduce traffic congestion and speed to promote ease of pedestrian crossing Creation of Diverse and Consistent Urban Spaces Speer Boulevard Creation of another choice other then the car to travel along Speer Increase sustainable aspects to lessen effects of pollution on the creek I ti l dInfill development and Increase vertical and horizontal connections to promote multimodal connectivity Infill development and revitalization to strengthen community function through use of existing infrastructure
  26. 26. Speer BoulevardSpeer Boulevard

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