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Unformatted text preview: WELCOME TO THE GREEN STREET DESIGN PRINCIPLES DESIGN PRINCIPLES 1. To design open space as connections—to bridge through the urban fabric to both sides of the tracks 2. To exploit the use of sidewalks as the primary public space 3. To design open spaces within communities that transition the gap between public and private 4. To exploit the train stations as major activitygenerating nodes 5. To use parking at stations, sidewalks, and apartment complexes as alternative public space 6. To use landscaping elements as acoustical barriers for the train track and the ring roads CIRCULATION Residential Residential University Entrance High Tech Internal access Towards Tsinghua Cultural District High Tech Commercial District Commercial District MASTERPLA N Major Revision Areas MASTERPLA N Entertainment Center Public Facilities Amenities Transit Stop Sports Facilities Congregation Facilities Day Care Farm Market Access Supermarket/ Dry Cleaner Administration Bus Stop Bicycle Parking Taxi Stand Pedestrian Improvements Station Revisions: Programming and Access MASTERPLA N Revision 1: Wudaokou Station MASTERPLA N Revision 2: Zhi Chun Lun Station MASTERPLA N Revision 3: Intersection Entrance MASTERPLA N Revision 4: Business Center DETAIL DESIGN Detail Area DETAIL DESIGN 1:500 Plan DETAIL DESIGN Section DETAIL DESIGN DETAIL DESIGN Residential DETAIL DESIGN Residential DETAIL DESIGN Commercial Waterfront DETAIL DESIGN Public/Private Zones DETAIL DESIGN Light Rail DETAIL DESIGN Bridges DETAIL DESIGN Lookout Tower DETAIL DESIGN Pavilions ...
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This note was uploaded on 11/10/2011 for the course ARCH 4.101 taught by Professor Williamhubbardassn during the Spring '03 term at MIT.

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