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NYC COLLEGEOF TECHNOLOGYBrooklyn Study  DowntownSite Planning  ARCH 1250  FALL 2012 Prof.Paul.King
NYC COLLEGEOF TECHNOLOGY                    Instructor: Professor King                            ARCH 1250               ...
NYC COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY                    MY TEAMMY TEAM                    • Helalul IslamMY TEAM TOPIC               ...
NYC COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY                    MY TEAM TOPICMY TEAMMY TEAM TOPIC                                    Microcli...
NYC COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY                    MY TEAM MAPMY TEAM                    •   Identify on a map the key elements ...
NYC COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY                                           MY TEAM MAPMY TEAM             •   *Google Satellite m...
NYC COLLEGEOF TECHNOLOGYSite Planning ARCH 1250 FALL 2012Prof.Paul.King
NYC COLLEGEOF TECHNOLOGYSite Planning ARCH 1250 FALL 2012Prof.Paul.King
NYC COLLEGEOF TECHNOLOGYSite Planning ARCH 1250 FALL 2012Prof.Paul.King
NYC COLLEGEOF TECHNOLOGYSite Planning ARCH 1250 FALL 2012Prof.Paul.King
NYC COLLEGEOF TECHNOLOGYSite Planning ARCH 1250 FALL 2012Prof.Paul.King
NYC COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGYMY TEAMMY TEAM TOPICMY TEAM MAPPHOTOS & VIDEOINVENTORYASSETS                    PHOTOS & VIDEOSLI...
NYC COLLEGEOF TECHNOLOGY                         Overpasses                 •   Provides plenty of shade                 •...
NYC COLLEGEOF TECHNOLOGYSite Planning ARCH 1250 FALL 2012Prof.Paul.King
NYC COLLEGEOF TECHNOLOGY                 Beach                  •   Lack of shade                  •   Wind is much strong...
NYC COLLEGEOF TECHNOLOGY                 •   Repeated exposure to wind and                     moisture made this area ver...
NYC COLLEGEOF TECHNOLOGY                 Brooklyn Front CarouselSite Planning ARCH 1250 FALL 2012Prof.Paul.King
NYC COLLEGEOF TECHNOLOGY                 Carousel and The SunSite Planning ARCH 1250 FALL 2012Prof.Paul.King
NYC COLLEGEOF TECHNOLOGY                 •   A structure constructed                     out of glass will easily         ...
NYC COLLEGEOF TECHNOLOGY                 Parks and CarouselSite Planning ARCH 1250 FALL 2012Prof.Paul.King
NYC COLLEGEOF TECHNOLOGY                 •   Occasional cafés make                     good resting areas and             ...
NYC COLLEGEOF TECHNOLOGYSite Planning ARCH 1250 FALL 2012Prof.Paul.King
NYC COLLEGEOF TECHNOLOGYSite Planning ARCH 1250       Grass fields and Trees FALL 2012Prof.Paul.King
NYC COLLEGEOF TECHNOLOGY                 •   Trees provide additional                     shade to these concrete         ...
NYC COLLEGEOF TECHNOLOGY                 •   Large green fields are also visually pleasing to the eyes.Site Planning      ...
NYC COLLEGEOF TECHNOLOGYSite Planning ARCH 1250 FALL 2012Prof.Paul.King
NYC COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY                    INVENTORY                    •   Surrounding Brooklyn WaterfrontMY TEAM      ...
NYC COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY                    ASSETS                    •   Large buildings provides an abundance of shade ...
NYC COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY                    LIABILITIESMY TEAM                    • Many large buildings not in use anymo...
NYC COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY                    DESIGN STRATEGIESMY TEAM                    • Old buildings should not be des...
NYC COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY                    CIRCULATION STRATEGIESMY TEAM                    • Great things are happening...
NYC COLLEGEOF TECHNOLOGY                 Subway: Directions to Brooklyn Bridge Park                 F train to York Street...
NYC COLLEGE                 Bus: to Brooklyn Bridge ParkOF TECHNOLOGY                 Ferry Boat: Seasonally, Take a Water...
NYC COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY                    CLIMATE STRATEGIES                    •   Monthly Averages forMY TEAM        ...
NYC COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY                    OUR NEXT STEPS . . .MY TEAM                    •   Stay focused on your group...
NYC COLLEGEOF TECHNOLOGYBrooklyn Study  DowntownSite Planning  ARCH 1250VIDEO  FALL 2012 Prof.Paul.King
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  • The presentation was not presented on a more attractive and more professional way. It was very repetitive. You might have just categorized your field photos and make very short notes. I did not see your climate topic design strategies very focused from your inventory, assets and liabilities. It would have been better to state the different types of microclimates on the downtown brooklyn and add the advantages or disadvantages then make better design strategies also try to use technical words for the purpose of presentation. Print screening was not very appealing to see from my opinion. You can be more detailed and specific about the problems and how to solve it.
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  1. 1. NYC COLLEGEOF TECHNOLOGYBrooklyn Study DowntownSite Planning ARCH 1250 FALL 2012 Prof.Paul.King
  2. 2. NYC COLLEGEOF TECHNOLOGY Instructor: Professor King ARCH 1250 Site Planning and Sustainability Brooklyn Waterfront Presentation Group # 1 Microclimate ObservationsSite Planning ARCH 1250 FALL 2012Prof.Paul.King
  3. 3. NYC COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY MY TEAMMY TEAM • Helalul IslamMY TEAM TOPIC • Helalul.islam@yahoo.comMY TEAM MAPPHOTOS & VIDEOINVENTORY • Matthew HoASSETS • matthewho8@yahoo.comLIABILITIESDESIGN STRATEGIES • Ousmane SeneCIRCULATIONSTRATEGY • djouzu@gmail.comCLIMATE STRATEGYOUR NEXT STEP … • Rose Angel • rosangel@033@msn.com Site Planning ARCH 1250 FALL 2012 Prof.Paul.King
  4. 4. NYC COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY MY TEAM TOPICMY TEAMMY TEAM TOPIC Microclimates ObservationMY TEAM MAP • Microclimate is the climate of a local or small area. MicroclimatePHOTOS & VIDEO differs from regional climate and weather in that its area of influence is much smaller than regional climate but is moreINVENTORY consistent than weather (which changes day to day).ASSETSLIABILITIES • Therefore, our job was to find and analyze the advantages andDESIGN STRATEGIES disadvantages of the many different instances of microclimatesCIRCULATIONSTRATEGY we saw during our trip to the Brooklyn Waterfront.CLIMATE STRATEGYOUR NEXT STEP … Site Planning ARCH 1250 FALL 2012 Prof.Paul.King
  5. 5. NYC COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY MY TEAM MAPMY TEAM • Identify on a map the key elements your team will talk aboutMY TEAM TOPIC during the presentation. You may need more than one map toMY TEAM MAPPHOTOS & VIDEO talk about your presentation.INVENTORY • For example you may have one to identify where your key photosASSETS are taken, one for liabilities, one for assets, one for designLIABILITIESDESIGN STRATEGIES strategies, etc. • The order of the slides may change – for example you may haveCIRCULATIONSTRATEGYCLIMATE STRATEGY a map for teach sub-topic (inventory, assets, liabilities, etc)OUR NEXT STEP … Site Planning ARCH 1250 FALL 2012 Prof.Paul.King
  6. 6. NYC COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY MY TEAM MAPMY TEAM • *Google Satellite map hereMY TEAM TOPIC • Matt will send laterMY TEAM MAPPHOTOS & VIDEOINVENTORYASSETSLIABILITIESDESIGN STRATEGIESCIRCULATIONSTRATEGYCLIMATE STRATEGYOUR NEXT STEP … Site Planning ARCH 1250 FALL 2012 Prof.Paul.King
  7. 7. NYC COLLEGEOF TECHNOLOGYSite Planning ARCH 1250 FALL 2012Prof.Paul.King
  8. 8. NYC COLLEGEOF TECHNOLOGYSite Planning ARCH 1250 FALL 2012Prof.Paul.King
  9. 9. NYC COLLEGEOF TECHNOLOGYSite Planning ARCH 1250 FALL 2012Prof.Paul.King
  10. 10. NYC COLLEGEOF TECHNOLOGYSite Planning ARCH 1250 FALL 2012Prof.Paul.King
  11. 11. NYC COLLEGEOF TECHNOLOGYSite Planning ARCH 1250 FALL 2012Prof.Paul.King
  12. 12. NYC COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGYMY TEAMMY TEAM TOPICMY TEAM MAPPHOTOS & VIDEOINVENTORYASSETS PHOTOS & VIDEOSLIABILITIESDESIGN STRATEGIESCIRCULATIONSTRATEGYCLIMATE STRATEGYOUR NEXT STEP … Site Planning ARCH 1250 FALL 2012 Prof.Paul.King
  13. 13. NYC COLLEGEOF TECHNOLOGY Overpasses • Provides plenty of shade • Echoes are amplified resulting in these streets rarely being quiet, even at nightSite Planning ARCH 1250 FALL 2012Prof.Paul.King
  14. 14. NYC COLLEGEOF TECHNOLOGYSite Planning ARCH 1250 FALL 2012Prof.Paul.King
  15. 15. NYC COLLEGEOF TECHNOLOGY Beach • Lack of shade • Wind is much stronger around this area due to being closer to the oceanSite Planning ARCH 1250 FALL 2012Prof.Paul.King
  16. 16. NYC COLLEGEOF TECHNOLOGY • Repeated exposure to wind and moisture made this area very slippery • Potentially dangerous BeachSite Planning ARCH 1250 FALL 2012Prof.Paul.King
  17. 17. NYC COLLEGEOF TECHNOLOGY Brooklyn Front CarouselSite Planning ARCH 1250 FALL 2012Prof.Paul.King
  18. 18. NYC COLLEGEOF TECHNOLOGY Carousel and The SunSite Planning ARCH 1250 FALL 2012Prof.Paul.King
  19. 19. NYC COLLEGEOF TECHNOLOGY • A structure constructed out of glass will easily absorb sunshine and overheat. However, this carousel was designed to reflect sunlight from the top. • Reflective drapes may also be dropped down to prevent overheating during the afternoon • Close proximately to the ocean provides a very soothing breezeSite Planning ARCH 1250 FALL 2012Prof.Paul.King
  20. 20. NYC COLLEGEOF TECHNOLOGY Parks and CarouselSite Planning ARCH 1250 FALL 2012Prof.Paul.King
  21. 21. NYC COLLEGEOF TECHNOLOGY • Occasional cafés make good resting areas and provide shade from the sunSite Planning ARCH 1250 FALL 2012Prof.Paul.King
  22. 22. NYC COLLEGEOF TECHNOLOGYSite Planning ARCH 1250 FALL 2012Prof.Paul.King
  23. 23. NYC COLLEGEOF TECHNOLOGYSite Planning ARCH 1250 Grass fields and Trees FALL 2012Prof.Paul.King
  24. 24. NYC COLLEGEOF TECHNOLOGY • Trees provide additional shade to these concrete paths as well as aesthetic appealSite Planning ARCH 1250 FALL 2012Prof.Paul.King
  25. 25. NYC COLLEGEOF TECHNOLOGY • Large green fields are also visually pleasing to the eyes.Site Planning However, they also run the benefit of distributing loud noises ARCH 1250 throughout the area. FALL 2012Prof.Paul.King
  26. 26. NYC COLLEGEOF TECHNOLOGYSite Planning ARCH 1250 FALL 2012Prof.Paul.King
  27. 27. NYC COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY INVENTORY • Surrounding Brooklyn WaterfrontMY TEAM • Large sized factory buildingsMY TEAM TOPIC • Large overpassesMY TEAM MAP • Modified roadways at Waterfront areaPHOTOS & VIDEO • Beach area with sand and stones • Granite stone stepsINVENTORY • Cliffs oversees the waterASSETS • Large grass fieldsLIABILITIES • Park areasDESIGN STRATEGIES • Planted treesCIRCULATION • Concrete paths around parkSTRATEGY • Carousel •CLIMATE STRATEGY Harbor cafesOUR NEXT STEP … • Harbor boardwalk • Ferry to Manhattan Site Planning ARCH 1250 • Children’s park FALL 2012 • Natural water draining system Prof.Paul.King
  28. 28. NYC COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY ASSETS • Large buildings provides an abundance of shade •MY TEAM Rent of buildings higher due to close view of the seceneryMY TEAM TOPIC • Large bridge overpass provides a large area of shade for aMY TEAM MAP majority of the dayPHOTOS & VIDEO • Railings overseeing installed at the edge of the cliffs to enforceINVENTORY safetyASSETS • Close to ocean, often providing a gentle breeze and natural coolingLIABILITIES • Granite stone steps as a rest or meeting areaDESIGN STRATEGIES • Carousel area naturally ventilated due to reflective design andCIRCULATIONSTRATEGY construction in close vicinity to ocean windsCLIMATE STRATEGY • Boardwalk is an excellent area to set up business due to how much people tends to pass byOUR NEXT STEP … • Park areas filled with large grass fields, provides noise diffusion Site Planning • Trees provide natural shade ARCH 1250 FALL 2012 Prof.Paul.King
  29. 29. NYC COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY LIABILITIESMY TEAM • Many large buildings not in use anymore, taking upMY TEAM TOPIC space that could be used for more useful buildingsMY TEAM MAPPHOTOS & VIDEO • Destroying these buildings and then rebuildingINVENTORY them will take time and moneyASSETS • Overpass incredibly loudLIABILITIES • Beach open for swimming and kayaking,DESIGN STRATEGIESCIRCULATION potentially dangerous since one area is left openSTRATEGY without a fencing • Large portion of carousel constructed with glass,CLIMATE STRATEGYOUR NEXT STEP … could potential heat up to very dangerous Site Planning ARCH 1250 temperatures FALL 2012 Prof.Paul.King
  30. 30. NYC COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY DESIGN STRATEGIESMY TEAM • Old buildings should not be destroyed but ratherMY TEAM TOPIC reused or furnished for new uses instead ofMY TEAM MAP destroying themPHOTOS & VIDEOINVENTORY • Plant more greens (plants, flowers, grass, trees) toASSETS diffuse loud noisesLIABILITIES • More trees provide more shadeDESIGN STRATEGIESCIRCULATIONSTRATEGYCLIMATE STRATEGYOUR NEXT STEP … Site Planning ARCH 1250 FALL 2012 Prof.Paul.King
  31. 31. NYC COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY CIRCULATION STRATEGIESMY TEAM • Great things are happening around BrooklynMY TEAM TOPIC Bridge park the Waterfront Access and Circulation:MY TEAM MAP for pedestrians will provide a vital circulation andPHOTOS & VIDEOINVENTORY the improvement of the real state value near theASSETS Brooklyn Bridge park neighbors. Like DowntownLIABILITIES Brooklyn, Includes DUMBO, Vinegar Hill, FortDESIGN STRATEGIES Greene and Fulton Ferry.CIRCULATIONSTRATEGYCLIMATE STRATEGYOUR NEXT STEP … Site Planning ARCH 1250 FALL 2012 Prof.Paul.King
  32. 32. NYC COLLEGEOF TECHNOLOGY Subway: Directions to Brooklyn Bridge Park F train to York Street, walk one block down Jay Street toward Manhattan, turning left at Front Street. Take Front Street until Old Fulton Street, turn right. The Turn left on Front Street. Proceed straight until Old Fulton Street. Turn right. The entrance to Brooklyn Bridge Park is located at the bottom of the hill, at the waterfront.Site Planning ARCH 1250 FALL 2012Prof.Paul.King
  33. 33. NYC COLLEGE Bus: to Brooklyn Bridge ParkOF TECHNOLOGY Ferry Boat: Seasonally, Take a Water Taxi from Manhattan • Bus: The B25 or B69 bus stops at Fulton Ferry landing. • Ferry Boat: Seasonally, Take a Water Taxi from Manhattan to DUMBO A wonderful way to get to Brooklyn Bridge Park is by ferry. A water taxi operates between Manhattan and Brooklyn Bridge Park — but only seasonally, starting in the late spring. Saturday and Sunday: The ferry runs between Pier 6, Fulton Ferry Landing and South Street Seaport. Fridays: The ferry runs between Pier 6, Fulton Ferry Landing and South Street Seaport and Governors Island. On Fridays, you can take your bike for free.Site Planning ARCH 1250 FALL 2012Prof.Paul.King
  34. 34. NYC COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY CLIMATE STRATEGIES • Monthly Averages forMY TEAM Brooklyn, NY (11203)MY TEAM TOPICMY TEAM MAPPHOTOS & VIDEOINVENTORYASSETSLIABILITIESDESIGN STRATEGIESCIRCULATIONSTRATEGYCLIMATE STRATEGYOUR NEXT STEP … Site Planning ARCH 1250 FALL 2012 Prof.Paul.King
  35. 35. NYC COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY OUR NEXT STEPS . . .MY TEAM • Stay focused on your groups topic and consider what your nextMY TEAM TOPIC step in research and team work will be.MY TEAM MAPPHOTOS & VIDEO • Consider identifying tasks and assigning these to specificINVENTORY teammates.ASSETSLIABILITIES • Consider setting team deadlines for finding and sharing differentDESIGN STRATEGIES information.CIRCULATIONSTRATEGY • Identify your teams meeting method & schedule outside of classCLIMATE STRATEGY time for the rest of the semester.OUR NEXT STEP … • You must meet at least once a week as a min Site Planning ARCH 1250 FALL 2012 Prof.Paul.King
  36. 36. NYC COLLEGEOF TECHNOLOGYBrooklyn Study DowntownSite Planning ARCH 1250VIDEO FALL 2012 Prof.Paul.King
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