Low to High Resolution design combines master planning and detailed design along the Redline-Greenway with site selection and development in the Duck-Island neighborhood of southern Cleveland.
The pedestrian paths and sensorial spatial experiences define the space this new multi-use neighborhood illuminates.
Site exploration +
Utilizing the site adjacent to the Redline-Greenway station on the western bank, pedestrian connection to the developing path became the primary focus in conceptual planning. Multiple approaches were explored in how best to connect both within the site and to external nodes. Ultimately, overlaying a series of these case-studies produced a functional form that visually connects the street to the sunken path, numerous experiences within the site, and an interesting form that accepts light and climate foci as a secondary design driver.