Our prompt for this project was to re-design part of UGA's Veterinary Teaching Hospital to reflect the style and approach of a contemporary designer of our choice. We could also re-imagine the programming for the space however we wished.
The designer I tried to emulate was Fumiaki Takano. The programming I chose centered on an outdoor learning lab for an imaginary living-learning community called the Oconee Center for Place-Based Education. Key programming items included "natural" play mounds, a centralized pavilion with adjacent community mural space, fruit orchards, an edible schoolyard, shaded sidewalks, and flexible, shaded outdoor seating.
Deliverables for this project included a completed functional diagram, draft master plan, finalized master plan, and illustrative vignettes. I had limited printing capabilities, so everything was hand-drawn.
This ended up being a pretty fun project. Any feedback is welcome!