ININ
Park Avenue
Lower Public Infill Plans

Park Avenue

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

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Sectional drawings of the current infrastructural uses of Park Avenue that result in the underutilized spaces used by ININSectional drawings of the current infrastructural uses of Park Avenue that result in the underutilized spaces used by ININSectional drawings of the current infrastructural uses of Park Avenue that result in the underutilized spaces used by ININSectional drawings of the current infrastructural uses of Park Avenue that result in the underutilized spaces used by ININ
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
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
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
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
Series of varied road sections along Park Avenue with infill ININ housing massings possible under the NYC zoning codeSeries of varied road sections along Park Avenue with infill ININ housing massings possible under the NYC zoning codeSeries of varied road sections along Park Avenue with infill ININ housing massings possible under the NYC zoning codeSeries of varied road sections along Park Avenue with infill ININ housing massings possible under the NYC zoning code
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
Axon and statistics on the potential for ININ infill housing infrastructure along the Park Avenue midtown Manhattan zoneAxon and statistics on the potential for ININ infill housing infrastructure along the Park Avenue midtown Manhattan zoneAxon and statistics on the potential for ININ infill housing infrastructure along the Park Avenue midtown Manhattan zoneAxon and statistics on the potential for ININ infill housing infrastructure along the Park Avenue midtown Manhattan zone
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
Diagram showing the potential ININ infill housing massing along Park Avenue based on the 1916 NYC Zoning ResolutionDiagram showing the potential ININ infill housing massing along Park Avenue based on the 1916 NYC Zoning ResolutionDiagram showing the potential ININ infill housing massing along Park Avenue based on the 1916 NYC Zoning ResolutionDiagram showing the potential ININ infill housing massing along Park Avenue based on the 1916 NYC Zoning Resolution
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
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
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
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
Perspective of Park Avenue at Midtown with ININ infill housing massing located within the center medianPerspective of Park Avenue at Midtown with ININ infill housing massing located within the center medianPerspective of Park Avenue at Midtown with ININ infill housing massing located within the center medianPerspective of Park Avenue at Midtown with ININ infill housing massing located within the center median
Section drawing illustrating the potential for ININ infill housing above the existing raised rail line through HarlemSection drawing illustrating the potential for ININ infill housing above the existing raised rail line through HarlemSection drawing illustrating the potential for ININ infill housing above the existing raised rail line through HarlemSection drawing illustrating the potential for ININ infill housing above the existing raised rail line through Harlem
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QTCT is tasked to blend these two identities onto one site—a give and take relationship between beach ambitions and urban necessities. QTCT is a sampling of two worlds: on one hand it is the embodiment of the language of the beach and on the other it is a detailed and exacting built urban space.
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The GBN project sites itself as this link connecting the busiest night life district and revitalized neighborhood park in the north, the largest beach front in the city to the south, and establishes the cities first large public plaza and recreation fields adjacent to the new building.
Coney Island will remain a MUTANT appendage at the farthest shore of New York City. Coney is an agglomeration of all of its histories and should continue to simultaneously move each agenda forward. Coney will continue to evolve through mutations— this vision will accelerate its hybridity.
The RACA project must meet two demands: A. REFLECTION (museum) or B. CONTINUATION (practice + addition). The current program and its stagnancy has left the site forgotten—it is a typical static museum on a living site. The site and addition must constantly change through the participation of people.
The challenge of creating a pair of studio apartments that can fill a lifted 16'x16' void necessitates the creation of a quick, mobile, and opportunistic building system that can react to the found conditions of the site. Access to the site is limited and the ground must be free.
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