Before I get too far along with this semester, I thought it'd be best to show you what my historic preservation studio produced in the fall.
To briefly summarize the project, we were tasked with proposing a revitalization plan for East 10th Street in Indianapolis, IN between Arsenal and Olney. Within our groups of three it was up to our discretion on which buildings were kept or demolished and the best infill for removed buildings or already vacant lots.
If you know the area, it'd be easy to say there is little worth saving. But for the most part, we preserved most of the corridor and its awesome character, while adding buildings that only enhance the area. My group was specifically tasked with the area between Oxford and Dearborn.
An animated "drive-through" of the proposed revitalization can be seen here in two parts:
If you interested in the specific designs my group proposed between Oxford and Dearborn, check out the PowerPoint, here.
I hope you enjoy, now my full attention can go towards thesis.