Hartford Architecture Students Win Urban Sustainability Competition Through ?Live, Work, Play? Park Design - interior design Blogs

Hartford Architecture Students Win Urban Sustainability Competition Through ?Live, Work, Play? Park Design

A team of five University of Hartford Master of Architecture (MArch) students recently won the Dream Green, Hartford EcoDesign competition sponsored by the Connecticut Institute for Resilience and Climate Adaptation and hosted by the City of Hartford Mayor’s Office of Sustainability. The competition requested proposals to improve the city through “pop-up” projects that transform underused city spaces while highlighting green infrastructure and sustainable design.

Department of Architecture, University of Hartford

A team of five University of Hartford Master of Architecture (MArch) students recently won the Dream Green, Hartford EcoDesign competition sponsored by the Connecticut Institute for Resilience and Climate Adaptation and hosted by the City of Hartford Mayor?s Office of Sustainability. The competition requested proposals to improve the city through ?pop-up? projects that transform underused city spaces while highlighting green infrastructure and sustainable design.
Department of Architecture, University of Hartford

The Hartford MArch students? winning design submission proposes a new ?5 Corners? pocket park that contains interactive structures to promote learning, socializing, and playing on an underused lot in North Hartford. The 5 Corners site is adjacent to the Swift Factory, which is currently being redeveloped by Community Solutions to bring needed jobs back to the neighborhood. However, even with...
Source: Archdaily
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