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Poster
SPRING 2015 | RETHINKING BURNET WOODS
North Restaurant Group
COLLEGE OF DESIGN, ART, ARCHITECTURE
AND PLANNING | DAAP
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING &
APPLIED SCIENCES
Shelby Buckingham | Jeff Cole | Cory Budinscak
Project Overview
Farm to table restaurants are sweeping America and this is where our
design began. We decided to take it one more step and make the park an
educational experience for everyone and incorporate Interactive Farming. This new idea creates community gardens and brings goats and
chickens to the city. Our goal was to bring together the surrounding
communities but to make a destination to support those communities.
Proposed Restaurant
and Greenhouse
Interactive Farming and
Community Garden
B.
Bandstand
A.
New Trails
Zoned: Parks and Recreational (PR)
Parking:
Located within 600 FT of primary entrance
Required: 57 spaces, 3 ADA Spaces
Need a conditional use permit for an eating or drinking establishment.
Animal keeping/Farming:
NOT permitted in our zone
Limited use in residential
Surrounding Restaurant Locations and Open Hours
This is an analysis of the existing restaurants located around Burnet Woods
and the hours of operation of each restaurant. This shows a lack of open
morning hours and banquet style restaurants.
New Playground
Location
Restrooms
Clifton AVE.
Code Information
Source: Yelp.com
ID #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
8 9 10
7
Ludlo 11 12
13
w Av
e
6
Proposed Maintenance
Building
5 4
e
Terrace A
v
e
15
16
3
Howell Av
New road design with
parallel parking
14
17
Clifton Ave
Proposed Service Road
with Parking
Burnet Woods
2
1
yth
Dixm
Ave
Not to Scale.
Restaurant Name
Mediterranean King
Bruegger’s
Arlin’s Bar & Restaurant
China Kitchen
Aquarius Star/Om Eco Cafe
Proud Rooster Restaurant
Marrakeh Morracan Cafe & Grill
Amol Indian Restaurant
Habanero Latin American Fare
Ambar India Restaurant
Sitwell’s Coffee House
Los Potrillos
Biagios Bistro
Skyline Chili
J. Gumbo’s Clifton
Dewey’s Pizza
Subway
Corinthian Restaurant & Lounge
Cactus Pear
La Hacienda
Star Pavilion
on
ers
Jeff
Ave
Bishop St
18
19
20
Burnet Woods
Not to Scale.
W Nixo
n St
12:00 AM -11:59 AM
Proposed Amphitheater
12:00 PM -11:59 PM
ID #1 begins in the center; ID #20 is the most outer ring
Martin L
uther Ki
0’ 50’
100’
200’
400’
ng Dr.
Existing Conditions/Map
Location Map
Lu
d
Section
This is a section of the whole site. The purpose of showing
this is to show the topography of this site and how it is a
difficult terrain to build upon.
Road
Bandstand
Road
Proposed
Restaurant
Clifton AVE.
0’
50’
100’
View from proposed restaurant East towards the
bandstand.
AV
E.
Clifton AVE.
low
200’
400’
View from proposed restaurant Southeast towards the proposed interactive farm.
Martin Lut
her King D
r
0’ 100’ 200’ 400’
600’
SPRING 2015 | RETHINKING BURNET WOODS
North Restaurant Group
COLLEGE OF DESIGN, ART, ARCHITECTURE
AND PLANNING | DAAP
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING &
APPLIED SCIENCES
Shelby Buckingham | Jeff Cole | Cory Budinscak
A.
Interactive Farming
Trail to the
bandstand
Trail to the
restaurant
The proposed concept of interactive farming is an extension to the
farm to table idea. We first researched the community gardens and
urban chicken trends and this is when we came across Make Goebel
Great. This is a community organized group that came together to
improve Goebel Park in Covington Kentucky. One of the head organizers has goats and started discussions with the city on using goats
to clear brush. The photos on the right show they got the support of
the project. In August 2014 they used goats to clear the bike paths in
the park and starting May 2015 these goats will have a temporary
home in the park over the summer.
So with this idea we have proposed to have five goats and ten chickens; as well as a community garden. Our hopes for this project is to
pull all of the surrounding communities together and to produce
product the citizens could use. This would also be an amazing educational experience for all ages and would keep the park in the current
natural state.
Trails made by
the animals
Proposed fence to
hold the animals
Trail to the
Valley
Animal Barn
Community
Garden
Source: https://www.facebook.com/MakeGoebelGreat?fref=ts
Source: https://www.facebook.com/MakeGoebelGreat?fref=ts
Trail to the
restrooms
Interactive Farming Site Plan
100’
B.
Green House Design
Landscaping
Grand walkway to
the bandstand
Proposed
Restaurant
Drop off
zone
Walkway to Interactive
Farm and Playground
0’ 25’ 50’
Restaurant Site Plan
100’
200’
Based on the location of the restaurant we realized
that research had to be done on the location of the
sun because the hill we are located on is a north
facing hill. So after the research, if we wanted our
green house near the restaurant we needed to raise
it up. This is where we found a case study on the grocery chain Whole Foods who has started growing
their produce on the tops of their buildings in green
houses. We looked into how this would be possible
on our restaurant and because of the space constraints the green house will be more of a private
dining area that is an accessory to the banquet hall
below.
This site plan shows a detailed plan of the location of the proposed restaurant and walkways.
Examples of
indoor dining in
a greenhouse
n
o
t
if
.
E
V
A
l
C
A rough rendering of the restaurant without
the greenhouse on the top level.
No.
www.autodesk.com/revit
Description
Source: http://www.atticmag.com/2012/07/greenhouse-rooms/
Date
Unnamed
Project number
Date
Drawn by
Checked by
Author
Checker
A123
Scale
3/4/2015 6:33:45 PM
The general location of our
restaurant was pre determined
but with a general footprint
below is what our Architectural
Engineer created. This restaurant is design to enter from
both street level and upper
park level and is a total of
8,544 square feet with the
green house. The loading zone
was thoughtfully placed to
where we can use the old
entry road and keep it off Clifton Avenue. This restaurant
was created for large events
such as weddings and graduations, but still has a lower main
dining room anyone can use.
Source: https://www.facebook.com/MakeGoebelGreat?fref=ts
Source: http://urbanchickens.org/chicken-care/
Load
i
Zone ng
Restaurant
200’
Clifton AV
E.
0’ 25’ 50’
This site plan shows a detailed plan of the location of the Interactive Farm and community
garden.
Source: https://www.pinterest.com/chrisrbentley/greenhouseglasshouse/
Source: http://gothamgreens.com/our-farm/
Source: http://www.greenhousegrower.com/structures-equipment/the-future-of-greenhouse-structures/
This is another example of a roof greenhouse that is on top of a residential
complex that serves the residents.
Example of a Whole Foods Market that has a greenhouse on the top of the store. To know this is being done on a landuse people are using everyday we know it would be safe to place on top of a restaurant.
Playground Examples
With the demolition of the existing
playground because of the relocation of the road we have provided
some new designs that will incorporate the existing topography. We
also want the playground to be a
learning area that ties into the interactive farming concept.
Source: http://www.kochla.com/helen-diller-playground.html
Source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/janes_pond/6326007256/
Source: Personal Photo
Existing playground
Playground
Example
Source: http://www.ssp-uk.co.uk/play/artificial-grass-artificial-lawns/attachment/111-slimbridge-slide/
Playground
Example
Playground
Example

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