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Park Avenue
Elevated Street

Park Avenue

Elevated perspective of Park Avenue ININ infill housing through Harlem creating a vibrantly dense street and raised walkwayElevated perspective of Park Avenue ININ infill housing through Harlem creating a vibrantly dense street and raised walkwayElevated perspective of Park Avenue ININ infill housing through Harlem creating a vibrantly dense street and raised walkwayElevated perspective of Park Avenue ININ infill housing through Harlem creating a vibrantly dense street and raised walkway

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Infill ININ section through the Bronx showing the possibility of splitting the linear infrastructure into multiple massingsInfill ININ section through the Bronx showing the possibility of splitting the linear infrastructure into multiple massingsInfill ININ section through the Bronx showing the possibility of splitting the linear infrastructure into multiple massingsInfill ININ section through the Bronx showing the possibility of splitting the linear infrastructure into multiple massings
Plan drawings of the various functions of the lower floors of the infill ININ proposal along Park Avenue in ManhattanPlan drawings of the various functions of the lower floors of the infill ININ proposal along Park Avenue in ManhattanPlan drawings of the various functions of the lower floors of the infill ININ proposal along Park Avenue in ManhattanPlan drawings of the various functions of the lower floors of the infill ININ proposal along Park Avenue in Manhattan
Sequence of drawings proposing that hybrid ININ housing infrastructure be made for the demand of the people of the citySequence of drawings proposing that hybrid ININ housing infrastructure be made for the demand of the people of the citySequence of drawings proposing that hybrid ININ housing infrastructure be made for the demand of the people of the citySequence of drawings proposing that hybrid ININ housing infrastructure be made for the demand of the people of the city
Aerial perspective showing the ININ infill massing along Park Avenue on Manhattan as a reaction to housing needsAerial perspective showing the ININ infill massing along Park Avenue on Manhattan as a reaction to housing needsAerial perspective showing the ININ infill massing along Park Avenue on Manhattan as a reaction to housing needsAerial perspective showing the ININ infill massing along Park Avenue on Manhattan as a reaction to housing needs
Section of the ININ housing infill illustrating the potential to add connections and links to adjacent public spacesSection of the ININ housing infill illustrating the potential to add connections and links to adjacent public spacesSection of the ININ housing infill illustrating the potential to add connections and links to adjacent public spacesSection of the ININ housing infill illustrating the potential to add connections and links to adjacent public spaces
Axon, zoning section and data on the potential benefits of the ININ infill housing above the rail on Park AvenueAxon, zoning section and data on the potential benefits of the ININ infill housing above the rail on Park AvenueAxon, zoning section and data on the potential benefits of the ININ infill housing above the rail on Park AvenueAxon, zoning section and data on the potential benefits of the ININ infill housing above the rail on Park Avenue
Data, section, and axon drawings for the proposed ININ infill massing inserted along throughout Park Avenue on the Upper EastData, section, and axon drawings for the proposed ININ infill massing inserted along throughout Park Avenue on the Upper EastData, section, and axon drawings for the proposed ININ infill massing inserted along throughout Park Avenue on the Upper EastData, section, and axon drawings for the proposed ININ infill massing inserted along throughout Park Avenue on the Upper East
In progress massing study of the inserted infill ININ massing along the dense Harlem neighborhoods with elevated railIn progress massing study of the inserted infill ININ massing along the dense Harlem neighborhoods with elevated railIn progress massing study of the inserted infill ININ massing along the dense Harlem neighborhoods with elevated railIn progress massing study of the inserted infill ININ massing along the dense Harlem neighborhoods with elevated rail
Axon, zoning and impact data on the proposed ININ infill extension into the Bronx with the possibility of extendingAxon, zoning and impact data on the proposed ININ infill extension into the Bronx with the possibility of extendingAxon, zoning and impact data on the proposed ININ infill extension into the Bronx with the possibility of extendingAxon, zoning and impact data on the proposed ININ infill extension into the Bronx with the possibility of extending
Perspective showing the splitting of the ININ housing bar into separate projects with captured landscape opportunitiesPerspective showing the splitting of the ININ housing bar into separate projects with captured landscape opportunitiesPerspective showing the splitting of the ININ housing bar into separate projects with captured landscape opportunitiesPerspective showing the splitting of the ININ housing bar into separate projects with captured landscape opportunities
Set of plan drawings of the housing floor plans within the zoning setbacks on Park Avenue for the ININ infill proposalSet of plan drawings of the housing floor plans within the zoning setbacks on Park Avenue for the ININ infill proposalSet of plan drawings of the housing floor plans within the zoning setbacks on Park Avenue for the ININ infill proposalSet of plan drawings of the housing floor plans within the zoning setbacks on Park Avenue for the ININ infill proposal
Diagram showing the amount of housing units that would be possible by infilling the Park Avenue median with ININ housingDiagram showing the amount of housing units that would be possible by infilling the Park Avenue median with ININ housingDiagram showing the amount of housing units that would be possible by infilling the Park Avenue median with ININ housingDiagram showing the amount of housing units that would be possible by infilling the Park Avenue median with ININ housing
Section drawing of the potential for ININ infill and transport infrastructure above the unused median of Park AvenueSection drawing of the potential for ININ infill and transport infrastructure above the unused median of Park AvenueSection drawing of the potential for ININ infill and transport infrastructure above the unused median of Park AvenueSection drawing of the potential for ININ infill and transport infrastructure above the unused median of Park Avenue
Collection of photos along Park Avenue documenting the underutilized spaces that could be used for infill housing via ININCollection of photos along Park Avenue documenting the underutilized spaces that could be used for infill housing via ININCollection of photos along Park Avenue documenting the underutilized spaces that could be used for infill housing via ININCollection of photos along Park Avenue documenting the underutilized spaces that could be used for infill housing via ININ
Urban plan showing the possible underdeveloped sites for housing in Manhattan—adding Park Avenue ININ site as a possibilityUrban plan showing the possible underdeveloped sites for housing in Manhattan—adding Park Avenue ININ site as a possibilityUrban plan showing the possible underdeveloped sites for housing in Manhattan—adding Park Avenue ININ site as a possibilityUrban plan showing the possible underdeveloped sites for housing in Manhattan—adding Park Avenue ININ site as a possibility
Perspective collage illustrating the relationship between the ININ housing infill with adjacent park and public spacesPerspective collage illustrating the relationship between the ININ housing infill with adjacent park and public spacesPerspective collage illustrating the relationship between the ININ housing infill with adjacent park and public spacesPerspective collage illustrating the relationship between the ININ housing infill with adjacent park and public spaces
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