Gresham City Hall : Conceptual Designs Plans for a New City Hall

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dc.contributor.advisor Beardsley, Kelcey
dc.contributor.advisor Moore, Erin Falkenstein, Lizzie Arms, Shannon 2010-08-04T22:59:16Z 2010-08-04T22:59:16Z 2010
dc.description 73 p. : ill. (some col.) en_US
dc.description.abstract Thirteen schemes were developed for the Gresham City Hall project under the Sustainable Cities Initiative during the winter term of 2010. Each group took a unique approach to the challenges and opportunities presented. All were concerned with density, creating viable public space, displaying sustainable systems, creating a ‘democratic’ building that emphasized public participation and visual connection, and strengthening pedestrian and transit paths to and through the site. Projects that had carefully crafted outdoor space, iconic building forms, a range of large-scale sustainable strategies and effective plan layouts seemed to garner the most interest from reviewers, both those from the City of Gresham and professionals. While a new City Hall is still years away, all of the proposals offered vital points of view and a range of solutions to the constraints with new development. en_US
dc.description.sponsorship This report was made possible through the SCI Program as well as the support of the City of Gresham, the Gresham Redevelopment Coalition, and Brian Martin. en_US
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dc.publisher University of Oregon en_US
dc.subject Public buildings -- Oregon -- Gresham -- Designs and plans en_US
dc.subject Gresham City Hall en_US
dc.subject City planning -- Oregon -- Gresham en_US
dc.title Gresham City Hall : Conceptual Designs Plans for a New City Hall en_US
dc.type Article en_US

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