Whittier Peninsula Investigation


  • Caption
    View of Site Material Assessment
Related person
Jacob Boswell (designer)
Date
2005
Location
North and Central America->United States->Ohio->Franklin (county)->Columbus
Description
This was a graduate student project by Jacob Boswell for Raffaella Fabiani Giannetto's LARCH 750 course, Autumn 2005.
"This project is an investigation into the built structures, both past and present, on the Whittier peninsula. The metaphor of the built structures as musculature was used as way to conceive of a new topography for the site, and a matrix - looking at the temporal, aesthetic, economic, and environmental impact of the built structures - was used as a way to generate that new topography. The design for a new civic space comes out of the process of working within the new topography as well as meshing that with current site conditions such as access, materials, water level, and flood zones. The design results in a new public park with an open air amphitheater, trails, and series of recreational pools, water treatment pools and retention ponds." ---- Jacob Boswell
This work is a part of the online collections of the Knowlton School of Architecture Student Archives, The Ohio State University. It is part of an effort to make accessible student work ranging from the first student that graduated from the program in 1903 to the present. The effort to preserve and digitize drawings in the Student Archives was sponsored in part by the Graham Foundation.

Keywords: student work, KSA, drawings and plans, plans, site plans, analysis.
Section/Discipline
Landscape Architecture
Degree
Masters
Style/Period
2000s (2000 - 2009)
Course
LARCH 750
Academic Class
G2