<cite id="jpxzd"><span id="jpxzd"><menuitem id="jpxzd"></menuitem></span></cite>
<var id="jpxzd"><video id="jpxzd"></video></var>
<cite id="jpxzd"><video id="jpxzd"></video></cite>
<cite id="jpxzd"><video id="jpxzd"><menuitem id="jpxzd"></menuitem></video></cite>
<menuitem id="jpxzd"></menuitem>
<var id="jpxzd"></var>
<cite id="jpxzd"><span id="jpxzd"><menuitem id="jpxzd"></menuitem></span></cite>
<var id="jpxzd"><video id="jpxzd"></video></var>
<cite id="jpxzd"></cite>
<cite id="jpxzd"></cite>
MNLA MNLA

The David Rockefeller Creative Arts Center


Sector

Cultural/Historic

Service

Landscape Architecture

Client

Rockefeller Brothers Fund

Location

Tarrytown, NY

Status

In Progress

Site Area

1.3 acres

This Center will be a vibrant public venue to nurture the arts both locally and globally with performances, exhibits and artist residencies.  The centerpiece of the plan is the adaptive reuse of the Orangerie, built in 1908 on the historic Rockefeller estate, and later bequeathed to the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

 

The MNLA design knits new pedestrian and service circulation into the sloping site, provides an outdoor performance stage and viewing terrace as well as providing a biofiltration meadow with photovoltaic panels and a relocated school growing garden.

 

Aligned with the mission of the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, the Center will be a demonstration project for sustainable design, accessibility and inclusion. The project embodies the Rockefeller family interests in the environment, historic preservation, agriculture, and international engagement and is seeking LEED™ Platinum certification.

01 1400 xxx q85
1 / 4
image/svg+xml
image/svg+xml
02 1400 xxx q85
2 / 4
image/svg+xml
image/svg+xml
2019.07.18 sd concept plan 01 1400 xxx q85
3 / 4
image/svg+xml
image/svg+xml
2019.07.18 sd concept plan 01a 1400 xxx q85
4 / 4
image/svg+xml
image/svg+xml

Press

成年福利片在线观看,自拍亚洲一区欧美另类,偷看农村妇女作爱全过程,一本无码AV中文出轨人妻