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Morgan State University. The Herring Run Project

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  • 1. Project: Green network to connect Herring run creek with Morgan campus Parent projects: Morgan MILE Morgan campus plan ENST 739, Summer 2012 36 hours with Herring Run walking, recording, gis-mapping diagramming, imagining
  • 2. The Herring Run creek
  • 3. photo sequence credit: sharma, a. top left to bottom right. Argonne rd to Stadium way
  • 4. E Cold Spring Lane §  Access to Parking §  Existing side walk that needs extending §  Central to Campus §  Access to main thoroughfare, E Cold Spring Lane Criteria for selecting access point
  • 5. Current Spatial Condition
  • 6. Spatial Imagination BH
  • 7. Argonne Road §  Existing path from previous construction §  Near a quiet corner of campus §  Access for public from main thoroughfare, Argonne Rd. Criteria for selecting access point
  • 8. Current Spatial Conditions
  • 9. Spatial Imagination BH
  • 10. Current Spatial Condition
  • 11. §  Sketch of looking up argonne rd access Spatial Imagination BH
  • 12. Current Spatial Condition
  • 13. §  Sketch of view from under argonne rd bridge Spatial Imagination
  • 14. Context Map
  • 15. Stadium Way Access Opportunities - - Centrally located on campus - Provides a more private experience for students - Existing pathway down to river Constraints - - Poor connectivity to main campus - Poor visual access from main campus - No unified sidewalk along Stadium Way Criteria for selecting access points
  • 16. Current Spatial Condition
  • 17. Spatial Imagination SE
  • 18. Argonne Rd Access Opportunities Existing path down to river Access open for public to use Visual access from right of way Constraints Crossing Argonne Rd is a hazard Sidewalks cannot support pedestrian movement Poor visual connectivity to campus Criteria for selecting access points
  • 19. Current Spatial Condition
  • 20. Spatial Imagination SE
  • 21. Access Points 1 and 2 §  Water is influential to society §  People draw people §  A stronger sense of community and safety makes a better built environment Criteria for selecting access points
  • 22. Current Spatial Condition
  • 23. §  Sketch of looking up argonne rd access Spatial Imagination SA
  • 24. Spatial Imagination SA SA
  • 25. Current Spatial Condition
  • 26. Spatial Imagination SA
  • 27. Spatial Imagination SA SA
  • 28. East Cold Spring Lane Rd §  Parking is nearby. §  This location already provides a steep trail to access the creek below. §  Once at the water elevation, the area provides nice views of the bridge as well as up and down stream views. §  With being near the road, there is some road noise. If no traffic is present, the area is quiet with the relaxing sound of water. Criteria for selecting access points
  • 29. Existing condition
  • 30. Spatial Imagination AC
  • 31. Argonne Rd Pedestrian Bridge §  This access point provides a long sloped trail starting at the pedestrian bridge. §  Once at the creek, the area is very quiet and provides views of up and down stream. §  Wildlife can be viewed from this location. §  The current area next to the creek is wide and level. Less excavation would be needed at this location Criteria for selecting access points
  • 32. Current Spatial Condition
  • 33. Spatial Imagination AC
  • 34. 36 Hours with Herring run ENST 739, Summer 2012 Morgan State University School of Architecture and Planning Design team Saadiah Angster Alex Cistone Schmueler Erlanger Brian Hartwyk Adewale Olaiya
  • 35. Stakeholders Morgan State University, Baltimore Rails to Trails Conservancy, Washington Friends of Herring Run Parks, Baltimore Various Neighborhood Organizations, Baltimore Friends of Olmsted Parks and Landscape, Baltimore
  • 36. Project: Green network to connect Herring run creek with Morgan campus Parent projects: Morgan MILE Morgan campus plan Course: ENST 739, Summer 2012 Advisor: Professor Archana Sharma Morgan State University School of Architecture and Planning 36 hours with herring run walking, recording, gis-mapping diagramming, imagining

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