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Title:
Coope Santa Elena Charrette
Translated Title:
Charrette de Coope Santa Elena ( )
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Book
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English
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Andrejko, Dennis; Harwood, Stacy
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Planning
Architecture
Sustainable Futures 2003
CASEM
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letter   ( marcgt )

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Summary:
Design proposal for Coope-CASEM
Summary:
Propuesta de diseño para CASEM-Cooperativa de Santa Elena
Language:
English

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University of South Florida Library
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Coope Santa Elena Charrette Coope Santa Elena Charrette Version 1 Pg 1Monteverde Institute Monteverde Institute Sustainable Futures 2003 Sustainable Futures 2003Updated July 4, 2003

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ChttT Ch arre tt e T eams Team1: Team2: Team 1: Mario Arena AnneElrod Team 2: Laura Hernandez AdamLinton Anne Elrod Chris Graham JanePadelford Adam Linton David Means JulietStrouse Jane Padelford Juliet Strouse Kathleen Wilson InstctorsDennisAndrejkoandStacHarood Version 1 Pg 2 Instr u ctors : Dennis Andrejko and Stac y Har w ood

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T a bl e o f C on t en t s IntroductionTeam 1 Site ObservationsSite Analysis (Priorities)Existing Conditions PerspectiveDesi n Pro osal 1 gp Concept DiagramPlanPerspective Sections Design Proposal 2Concept DiagramPlan Pers p ectives Version 1 Pg 3 p Sections

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T a bl e o f C on t en t s ( con t ) Team2Site AnalysisCirculation D es i gn P roposa l 3 PlanCaf Monteverde Detail Detail Greywater Management SystemSection A-ARain Garden Detail D es i gn P roposa l 4 Pervious Surface DetailSection B-BCenter Mosaic Desi g n Version 1 Pg 4 g Conclusions

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Introduction Our task was to explore design options for the CoopeCASEM commericial center. Each group developed two alternatives paying close attention to the tradeoffs betweenpreservingopenspacemaximizingp between preserving open space maximizing parking improving access and visibility, controlling the flow of traffic and overall property cohesiveness. 5

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SitObtT Sit e Ob serva ti ons / T eam 1 PoordrainageatNortheastcornercondition Poor drainage at Northeast corner condition because of the at non-functional drain inlet CASEMs septic tank is a potential problem if additionaldevelopment ln additional development occurs in same location Currently good visibility to site from roadPlenty of pedestrian access already, including unpave d wa lk ways Poorly defined parking CenterofMonteverdedrawsbusiness Center of Monteverde draws business Playground and open space for kids Version 1 Pg 6

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SitObt d) Sit e Ob serva ti ons (C on ti nue d) GreenprotectionforestonWestsideoite Green protection forest on West side of site Multiple grade variations throughout siteHighly bermed slope on Southeast end of site assists with currentdrainageonditisNurrentlyaproblemunle current drainage conditions Not currently a problem unless it progresses toward building foundation.Wind moves North to South at high speed from December to Ap ril p Limited signage or visual cuesRecycling shed Contaminie ndofCoope sbuilding Contamination concerns on the North end of Coopes building Somewhat limited delivery access Version 1 Pg 7

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SiAli(Piiti) Sit e A na l ys i s (P r i or iti es ) Creatin a sense of communit throu h means of visibilit and visual gy gy cues is also essential.Proper drainage is very, very critical.Maintaining existing trees and green space is a high priority. Edtifitdiitbtthifff Ed uca ti on f or commun it y an d v i s it ors a b ou t th e grow i ng o f co ff ee a somewhat important idea.Improved or more well-defined parking a key issue. Expandparkingoptions Expand parking options .Consider the potential for a new bus stop along the road.With the aging population, and as always, accessibility by all community members is crucial. Version 1 Pg 8

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Existing Conditions P erspec ti ve Version 1 Pg 9

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D es i gn P roposa l 1 Indesign#1wefelttparkingdltys In design #1 we felt that parking was to be dealt with by using a small percentage of semi-pervious paving, angled spots, and denoting parking spots with paint, thus making spots more visible and less likely for cars to take up more than one spot (Proposal 1 Plan).We also felt that it was im portant to follow existing grade changes and embellish some of them in forms of seating with d ra i nage as par t o f th e i n t egra t e d sys t em.Behind the coffee shop, we made a small outdoor caf where one could buy coffee and then drink it in the shade of trees while watchihiorherchildplaynfASEMposal1 watching his or her child play in the front of CASEM (Proposal 1 Perspective). Version 1 Pg 10