Thursday, December 08, 2005

Towers in the Park










We know of several examples of breaking the grid to place towers in a park. Gowanus Housing comes to mind. Set in the middle of Brownstone Brooklyn, Warren Street and Butler Streets were discontinued in the name of progress and increased density, and a site plan was developed with paths and fountains. Irrespective of the architecture, does the relative scale and site configuration determine success or failure?

1 Comments:

Blogger Sara* said...

Towers in the park have been unsuccessful for the most part and tend to do best when there's density and community support. This would have to be completely and 100% examined if it was the agreed upon direction.

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