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LATTC Landscape Master Plan Summary oct 2012
LATTC Landscape Master Plan Summary oct 2012
LATTC Landscape Master Plan Summary oct 2012
LATTC Landscape Master Plan Summary oct 2012
LATTC Landscape Master Plan Summary oct 2012
LATTC Landscape Master Plan Summary oct 2012
LATTC Landscape Master Plan Summary oct 2012
LATTC Landscape Master Plan Summary oct 2012
LATTC Landscape Master Plan Summary oct 2012
LATTC Landscape Master Plan Summary oct 2012
LATTC Landscape Master Plan Summary oct 2012
LATTC Landscape Master Plan Summary oct 2012
LATTC Landscape Master Plan Summary oct 2012
LATTC Landscape Master Plan Summary oct 2012
LATTC Landscape Master Plan Summary oct 2012
LATTC Landscape Master Plan Summary oct 2012
LATTC Landscape Master Plan Summary oct 2012
LATTC Landscape Master Plan Summary oct 2012
LATTC Landscape Master Plan Summary oct 2012
LATTC Landscape Master Plan Summary oct 2012
LATTC Landscape Master Plan Summary oct 2012
LATTC Landscape Master Plan Summary oct 2012
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  • 1. Site Plan – Year 2018 Three planning horizons are illustrated in the LandscapeMaster Plan; Year 2018, Future Bond and Full Build-out. By the year 2018 construction of new buildings and proposedcampus landscape projects to be completed with Proposition A,AA and Measure J Bond funds is anticipated to be complete. The2018 site plan illustrates the existing building and proposedbuildings to be completed and the candidate landscape projectsthat could be completed. The purpose of the plan is to identifycandidate landscape and open space projects that could becompleted pending available funding and a consensus on openspace priorities. Completion of all of the proposed new buildings illustratedhere and the 23rd Street Parking Structure allows for thedemolition of existing structures and site improvements that makenew campus open space possible; the North Quad at the heart ofcampus between Magnolia Hall and Mariposa Hall and the SouthQuad Recreation Field. Construction of a new CulinaryArts/Design and Media Arts Building along Grand Avenueopposite the Olive Street Garage allows for demolition of SageHall and the creation of Wiggins Quad and street frontimprovements at Washington and Grand. Federal, state and municipal grant funds are available tocomplete a portion of additional Grand Avenue street frontimprovements. SITE PLAN - 2018 LATTC: Landscape Master Plan 0.0 400 West Washington Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90015 LACCD – Facilities Planning & Development- Master Planning September 10, 2012
  • 2. Aerial View– Year 2018 With the demolition of Elm and Redwood Halls at the centerof campus, the North Quad is created. The XX acre quadrangleis a shaded place for study or conversation and is also designedto accommodate commencement and other campus events.Sycamore Court to the east is a shaded paved plaza for outdoordining served by the new Culinary/Design & Media Arts Buildingthat adjoins it. Construction of the new Culinary/Design & Media ArtsBuilding along Grand allows for the removal of Sage Hall and thecreation of Wiggins Quad and a new campus entrance at GrandAvenue and Washington Boulevard. Diagonal views from thestreet corner extend through Wiggins Quad into the North Quadand the Mariposa Hall building entrance. The South Quad is developed to provide a college andcommunity recreation field. A walk/run wellness course is built atthe perimeter of the field and is bounded on the north and southby an oak grove that shades a campus walk and seating areas. With completion of the parking structure at 23rd Street andGrand Avenue the South Campus entrance court can betransformed from a vehicular motor court to a garden court, withplentiful shaded seating, that is a foreshadowing of the centralquadrangle. Magnolia Court is a garden forecourt and campus pedestrianentrance that serves Magnolia Hall along Washington Boulevard.The new courtyard will be the site of receptions and pre-functiongatherings in the theater and places the restored historic MagnoliaHall and Grand Theater in an appropriate landscape context. 2018 LANDSCAPE AND HARDSCAPE LATTC: Landscape Master Plan 1.0 400 West Washington Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90015 LACCD – Facilities Planning & Development- Master Planning September 10, 2012
  • 3. Site Plan – Future Bond Local bond funding for a future generation of campus capitalimprovements will be a minimum requirement for matchingavailable State funding or indeed may be the replacement for allState funding in the future. This plan identifies future campuspriorities on the horizon and not completed with the Proposition A,AA and Measure J Bond funds. Projects include a new Fitness/Wellness Center, including anAquatic Center, new instructional buildings at the corner of GrandAvenue and Washington Boulevard and at Grand Avenue and 23rdStreet and the replacement of Ironwood Hall along Flower Street.The fire lane entering from Flower Street is retained and vehicularentrance to the new parking structure is provided at thisintersection. The F Ramp is removed. The new building andlarge parking structure along Flower Street includes thepermanent home for Facilities/Maintenance & Operations andCentral Receiving. Provisions are to be considered for a futureMetro Train Repair and Maintenance Program that would allowtrain car access from the existing line into the building. Also illustrated is the property acquisition and build-out of theremaining parcels bounded by Olive Street, and 23rd Street to theeast of the existing 23rd Street Parking Structure. Grand Avenue improvements are completed for the length ofGrand Avenue bordering the campus. The South Quad is extended and is of a size to accommodatea regulation soccer field. The campus perimeter wall is completed and a gate structureat the corner of Flower and 23rd similar to the structure atWashington Boulevard and Grand Avenue is added. SITE PLAN – FUTURE BOND LATTC: Landscape Master Plan 4.0 400 West Washington Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90015 LACCD – Facilities Planning & Development- Master Planning September 10, 2012
  • 4. Site Plan – Future Bond Instructional space for premiere college career technicalprograms such as Fashion and Fashion Merchandising are givenprominence in new permanent facilities at the corner of GrandAvenue and Washington Boulevard. Diagonal visual sight lines from the street through to thecampus quads is maintained at the corner of Washington andGrand. Additional parking is provided in a new structure completed asa part of the replacement of Ironwood Hall along Flower Street. FUTURE BOND LANDSCAPE AND HARDSCAPE PLAN LATTC: Landscape Master Plan 5.0 400 West Washington Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90015 LACCD – Facilities Planning & Development- Master Planning September 10, 2012
  • 5. Site Plan – Full-Build-out The site plan at full build-out looks a generation out andenvisions a campus of approximately 38,000 students. The campus is entitled for approximately 800,000 SF atcompletion, but preserves ample campus open space at the core. Grand Avenue sidewalks, parkways and street trees establishthe college’s identity within the neighborhood. Gate structuresand pedestrian plazas mark the key pedestrian entrances at themetro station intersections along Flower Street and WashingtonBoulevard. SITE PLAN – FULL BUILD-OUT LATTC: Landscape Master Plan 6.0 400 West Washington Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90015 LACCD – Facilities Planning & Development- Master Planning September 10, 2012
  • 6. Aerial View – Full-Build-out The campus at Full-Build-out preserves open space,maximizes instructional area and defines and distinguishes thecampus perimeter within its neighborhood. FULL BUILD-OUT LANDSCAPE AND HARDSCAPE PLAN LATTC: Landscape Master Plan 7.0 400 West Washington Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90015 LACCD – Facilities Planning & Development- Master Planning September 10, 2012
  • 7. CAMPUS PRECINCTS The campus has been divided into precincts. These divisions reflect the differing nature of the spaces relative to their size, function, and geography relative to the campus as a whole. The following pages identify these precincts, as well as give an in-depth look into their plan, function, and details unique to each space.North Quad Wiggins Quad Sycamore Court Grand Avenue CAMPUS PRECINCTS LATTC: Landscape Master Plan 20.0 400 West Washington Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90015 LACCD – Facilities Planning & Development- Master Planning September 10, 2012
  • 8. Washington Street Magnolia Court Flower Street Recreation Field + W 23rd Street South Campus Entrance CAMPUS PRECINCTS LATTC: Landscape Master Plan 21.0 400 West Washington Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90015 LACCD – Facilities Planning & Development- Master Planning September 10, 2012
  • 9. North Quad •The North Quad should be grand in scale and simple in execution. It is the active green heart of campus accommodating student or staff members during a break between classes or a large rally. Columbia University Quad. Johns Hopkins Wyman Quad. The Quad at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The main campus of the university consists of the central quadrangle surrounded by academic buildings of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. CAMPUS PRECINCTS: NORTH QUAD DETAILS LATTC: Landscape Master Plan 21.0 400 West Washington Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90015 LACCD – Facilities Planning & Development- Master Planning September 10, 2012
  • 10. North Quad. Plentiful shade trees fill the quadrangle and park benches surround the perimeter. Paths cross the quad and connect building entrances. A simple, easy to maintain palette of plant materials and hardscape materials unite the variousbuildings and surrounding gardens designed for those buildings. NORTH QUAD LATTC: Landscape Master Plan 2.0 400 West Washington Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90015 LACCD – Facilities Planning & Development- Master Planning September 10, 2012
  • 11. RENDER VIEWLATTC: Landscape Master Plan 3.0400 West Washington Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90015 LACCD – Facilities Planning & Development- Master Planning September 10, 2012
  • 12. Sycamore Court. Adjoining the North Quad and the Learning Resource Center, Sycamore Court is a paved plaza that is the activity center for the campus. Campus food service in the new Culinary /Design & Media Arts Building serves outdoor dining in thecourtyard and under cover at the building loggia. Sycamore trees provide generous shade and bench seating is movable to allow for flexibility in staging campus events at this new campus entrance. RENDER VIEW LATTC: Landscape Master Plan 3.0 400 West Washington Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90015 LACCD – Facilities Planning & Development- Master Planning September 10, 2012
  • 13. 6Wiggins Quad 3 Wiggins Quad is an intimately sized green space, linked 2 8 via pathways to the larger North Quad. It allows a diagonal view from the gate at the edge of campus through to the green heart of campus. 7 1 5 10 15 3 LEGEND 1 Building entrance 2 Grass lawn 3 Native shrubs and groundcovers 4 4 Concrete path 7 5 Existing magnolia tree 6 Existing jacaranda tree 7 New tree; typical 8 Cobblestone perimeter border 9 Indicates limit of fire lane 210 Flowering plant garden area. Can be seasonally11 changed.12 Enhanced paving at gate area 113 Campus gate structure14 Campus donor wall15 Campus wall Seating area; future clock tower site 9 13 12 3 11 CAMPUS PRECINCTS: WIGGINS QUAD LATTC: Landscape Master Plan 26.0 400 West Washington Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90015 LACCD – Facilities Planning & Development- Master Planning September 10, 2012
  • 14. Grand Ave: Entry Arch CAMPUS PRECINCTS: WIGGINS QUAD DETAILS LATTC: Landscape Master Plan 40.0 400 West Washington Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90015 LACCD – Facilities Planning & Development- Master Planning September 10, 2012
  • 15. LATTC: Landscape Master Plan400 West Washington Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90015 LACCD – Facilities Planning & Development- Master Planning September 10, 2012
  • 16. LATTC: Landscape Master Plan400 West Washington Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90015 LACCD – Facilities Planning & Development- Master Planning September 10, 2012
  • 17. Grand Avenue CAMPUS PRECINCTS: GRAND AVENUE STREET IMPROVEMENTS LATTC: Landscape Master Plan 29.0 400 West Washington Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90015 LACCD – Facilities Planning & Development- Master Planning September 10, 2012
  • 18. S. Flower Street •The Metro stop at Flower Street and W 23rd St functionally is a major pedestrian entrance to campus; however it is inadequate as a comprehensible and imageable entry, and provides little in the way of wayfinding to the heart of campus. METRO CAMPUS PERIMETER: S. FLOWER STREET (WEST) LATTC: Landscape Master Plan 40.0 400 West Washington Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90015 LACCD – Facilities Planning & Development- Master Planning September 10, 2012
  • 19. LATTC: Landscape Master Plan400 West Washington Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90015 LACCD – Facilities Planning & Development- Master Planning September 10, 2012
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