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|East St. Louis||Springfield|
|Alta Sita Neighborhood Context||The Springfield Project Context|
Architecture 372, Prof. Kathryn Anthony, School of Architecture
Landscape Architecture 338, Prof. Brian Orland, Department of Landscape Architecture
Web and Bibliographic Resources
LA338-Spring '99 focused on the siting and green space development issues associated with housing plans at scales ranging from city-wide strategic plans to green space design associated with particular housing layouts. Our proposal this semester is to focus on the Alta Sita neighborhood and on housing scale proposals to illustrate the various options available to citizens both in making appropriate responses to the constraints of existing site and neighborhood conditions, and in achieving satisfying and enhanced quality of life for future residents. We will focus on sustainability as a design guide and generator. LA341 has this semester used CITYGreen, an extension of ArcView, to make comprehensive analyses of environmental beenfits of green development (/la/LA341-F99/notes/p11cgex.htm). This class will build on that preliminary work. All work will be produced and presented electronically via a class web-page.
This will be a small team of probably only four total, with an RA assigned as project liaison. Work will invlove traditional as well as new media such as extensive Photoshop use. We anticipate developing a web-page and illustrated brochure as part of this project.
All studio work will be conducted
in interdisciplinary groups of Architecture and Landscape Architecture
Class meets 1:30-5:00pm on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays -
Room 325/319 Temple Buell Hall.
70% on group design work
30% on in-class participation.
A, B, C, etc letter grades with +/-.
Refer to departmental guidelines for detailed explanations but we regard good work as "B" work. "A" is reserved for truly outstanding work, "C" is adequate and "D" is below our expectations for you.
... is critical. Unexcused absences will earn a 5% deduction from your grade for each one.