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Sloane Brown

Sloane Brown

New York, NY, US

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102nd Street Field House

In 2010 the Parsons Design Workshop undertook the challenge of transforming a landmarked 1930s era field house in Riverside Park into a fully functioning comfort station and storage space as well a year-round community space for Parks events. The design and coordination of the facade system was one of my primary roles in the project. The treatment of the front colonnade needed to accommodate a 12-month conditioned space while regaining the aesthetic of a romantic open-air pavilion. To achieve this, a set of details were developed to secure a storefront system in the space while accommodating Landmarks aesthetic requirements as well as an exterior security grille required by Parks. Because all components of the facade and security grille would need to fit in a two foot space behind the arches, the installation sequence for these components also demanded careful consideration in the drafting of the details.

 
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Status: Under Construction
Location: Riverside Park, New York, NY

 

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