MKSK将主要文化机构与城市绿地连接起来,MKSK connects major cultural institutions with urban greenspace

MKSK将主要文化机构与城市绿地连接起来,MKSK connects major cultural institutions with urban greenspace 城市旅游景观 第1张多瑞安绿地是连接主要文化机构的城市绿地,将作为Scioto半岛混合用途开发的中心广场。公园是地面上的绿色屋顶,下面是停车场。特色包括各种环境中的本地植被(感官花园、蝴蝶花园、草原花园、阅读花园)、公共艺术的包含以及历史特色。

多年来,哥伦布市中心的河岸经过多个项目的积极重建,可以追溯到1995年。Dorrian Green是这一系列相互连接的公园和绿道的最新补充,形成了一个综合性的Scioto绿道系统。

MKSK将主要文化机构与城市绿地连接起来,MKSK connects major cultural institutions with urban greenspace 城市旅游景观 第2张

该遗址的原始文化范围很广,从土著居民定居点开始,到俄亥俄州中部的第一个欧洲定居点(然后西北地区)被称为弗兰克林顿,然后是1914年哥伦布计划的中心部分,要求在弗兰克林顿悬崖上建造“中央高中”,俯瞰哥伦布市中心。现在,前中央高中是美国最重要的科学博物馆之一,科学与工业中心,美国自然历史博物馆的一个分支,不久,国家退伍军人纪念馆(NVMM)。

这一最新的设计方案要求这些机构使用一个“世界级”的中央开放空间(以及计划在紧靠西部的地面停车场进行6亿美元的混合用途开发),并将可持续的实践和特点贯穿始终。公园空间和元素是市中心Scioto滨河开发项目的“独特和免费”部分,有助于将半岛与已建立的中央商务区联系起来。

MKSK将主要文化机构与城市绿地连接起来,MKSK connects major cultural institutions with urban greenspace 城市旅游景观 第3张

是CoS每年接待数千名游客和学生的前奏曲,该公园为中心的进一步学习任务提供了机会,并作为新兴的东弗兰克林顿社区和半岛上规划的混合用途开发的邻里公园。

“KDSP”的设计包括用地下结构替换600多个占用现场的车面停车场适当的垂直循环和通风。中环广场的创建和对半岛对称性的承认对设计布局产生了强烈的影响。视觉/物理连接到NVMM除了考虑到/连接到未来的南部和西部的发展和现有Sioto绿道发展。“KDSPE”“KDSPs”“KDSIMG4”“KDSPE”“KDSPs”路径配置适应连接/从周围设施,目的地和行人过路处,以更好地链接。公园北至NVMM,东至COSI和美国自然历史博物馆,西至计划耗资6亿美元的混合用途开发项目,南至未来的市政设施和更大的滨河公园系统(Scioto Greenways)。

MKSK将主要文化机构与城市绿地连接起来,MKSK connects major cultural institutions with urban greenspace 城市旅游景观 第4张

除了儿童和成人游乐区、便利设施包括一个感官花园,阅读花园,蝴蝶和传粉花园,和草原花园,所有的植物都是土生土长的俄亥俄州中部。喷泉广场由一个互动喷泉锚定,两侧有两个露天亭台楼阁和樱花林。

MKSK将主要文化机构与城市绿地连接起来,MKSK connects major cultural institutions with urban greenspace 城市旅游景观 第5张

MKSK将主要文化机构与城市绿地连接起来,MKSK connects major cultural institutions with urban greenspace 城市旅游景观 第6张

中央广场有树木覆盖的餐厅门框、嵌入式喷泉/照明喷泉、车库楼梯/电梯,以及开放的庇护所,可以看到广场喷泉和科西入口。雨水的住宿由本花园环境中的水质和水量管理。

Dorrian Green Park&Garage

项目位置:俄亥俄州哥伦布市

项目类型:设计/建造

竣工日期:2018年夏季

业主/客户:Capi托尔南方社区城市重建公司,


MKSK将主要文化机构与城市绿地连接起来,MKSK connects major cultural institutions with urban greenspace 城市旅游景观 第7张
Dorrian Green is an urban greenspace that connects major cultural institutions and will serve as the central plaza for mixed use development on the Scioto Peninsula. The park is an at-grade green roof for a parking structure below. Features include native vegetation in a variety of settings (Sensory Garden, Butterfly Garden, Prairie Garden, Reading Garden), inclusion of public art, and historical features from the site’s past.

The Downtown Columbus Riverfront has been actively redeveloped over the course of multiple projects for multiple years, dating to 1995. Dorrian Green represents the latest addition to this collection of interconnected parks and greenways, forming a comprehensive Scioto Greenways system.

MKSK将主要文化机构与城市绿地连接起来,MKSK connects major cultural institutions with urban greenspace 城市旅游景观 第8张

The original culture of the site is broad-ranging – beginning with indigenous peoples’ settlements, to the first European settlement in central Ohio (then the Northwest Territories) known as Franklinton, and then the center piece of the 1914 Columbus Plan calling for the construction of the “central high school” on the Franklinton bluff overlooking the Columbus downtown. Now, the former Central High School is the site of one of the premier science museums in the country, the Center of Science and Industry (COSI), a branch of the American Museum of Natural History, and soon, the National Veteran’s Memorial & Museum (NVMM).

This latest design initiative called for a “world class” central open space for use by these institutions (and the anticipated $600M mixed use development planned for surface parking lots immediately to the west), and incorporation of sustainable practices and features throughout. Park spaces and elements are “unique & complimentary” to the Scioto Riverfront developments of the Downtown to help tie the peninsula to the established central business district.

MKSK将主要文化机构与城市绿地连接起来,MKSK connects major cultural institutions with urban greenspace 城市旅游景观 第9张

As a frontispiece to COSI accommodating thousands of visitor and school children per year, this park provides the opportunity to further the learning mission of the Center and serve as the neighborhood park for the burgeoning East Franklinton neighborhood and planned mixed use development on the peninsula.

The design included the replacement of 600+ car surface parking that occupied the site with underground structure with proper vertical circulation and ventilation. Creation of a Central Plaza to COSI and acknowledgement of the symmetry of the Peninsula were strong design layout influences. Visual/physical connections to NVMM accommodated in addition to consideration/connection to future south and west developments and the existing Scioto Greenways development.

MKSK将主要文化机构与城市绿地连接起来,MKSK connects major cultural institutions with urban greenspace 城市旅游景观 第10张

Pathway configurations accommodate connections to/from surrounding facilities, destinations, and pedestrian crossings to better link the park to NVMM to the north, COSI and the American Museum of Natural History to the east and the planned $600M mixed use development to the west, as well as future civic facilities to the south and the larger riverfront park system (Scioto Greenways).

MKSK将主要文化机构与城市绿地连接起来,MKSK connects major cultural institutions with urban greenspace 城市旅游景观 第11张

In addition to play areas for children and adults, amenities include a Sensory Garden, Reading Garden, Butterfly and Pollinator Garden, and Prairie Garden, all consisting of plants native to central Ohio. The Fountain Plaza is anchored by an interactive fountain and flanked by two open-air pavilions and flowering cherry tree groves.

MKSK将主要文化机构与城市绿地连接起来,MKSK connects major cultural institutions with urban greenspace 城市旅游景观 第12张

MKSK将主要文化机构与城市绿地连接起来,MKSK connects major cultural institutions with urban greenspace 城市旅游景观 第13张

The Central Plaza contains tree-covered dining bosques, flush jet/lighted fountains, garage stair/elevators, and open shelters that frame the view to plaza fountain and COSI entry beyond. Accommodation of stormwater is managed for water quality and quantity within this garden setting.

 

Dorrian Green Park & Garage

Project Location: Columbus, OH

Project Type: Design/Constructed

Date of Completion: Summer, 2018

Owner/Client: Capitol South Community Urban Redevelopment Corporation