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Dodger Stadium as backyard of Los Angeles

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  • DodgertownLos Angeles Backyard

    Jessie Correa - Naoki Furuya - Vahe Ghazar - Fernando Ortiz

  • THE BACKYARD

    PLAY IN IT RELAX IN IT

  • GRILL IN IT CHILL IN IT

  • THE VISION

    50% BACKYARD

    20% RETAIL

    30% LIVING

  • SITE PLAN

    Circulation

    Open Space

    Structures

  • ROAD DIAGRAM

    AUTOMOBILETRANSIT BICYCLE

  • PARKING DIAGRAM

    CONNECTIVITY

    ACCESSIBILITY

    ACCOMMODATION

  • LIGHT RAIL DIAGRAM

    CONNECTED

    SPEEDY

    EXCITING

    CONVENIENT

  • TRAIL DIAGRAM

    RELAXINGHEALTHY EVENTFULL

  • CONNECTIVITY DIAGRAM

  • PROXIMITY DIAGRAM

    1500 FT

    1000 FT

    500 FT

  • 9.6 M

    iles

    7.3 Miles

    3.8

    Mile

    s

    7.5 Miles

    8.9Mile

    s

    Monterey Hill

    South Pasadena

    Pasadena

    Eagle Rock

    Alhambra

    Montery Park

    East Los Angeles

    Los angeles

    Central Los Angeles

    Silver Lake

    West Hollywood

    Universal City

    Griffith Park

    Hollywood

    Glendale

    Burbank

    public space10 city blocks150 retail shops/cafes120 resturants/bars2 theaterscourtyards and alleys

    privately owned 15.5 acres51 retail shops28 restaurants/cafes100 condominiums238 apartments2-acre park (public)movie theaterfountain (wet design)trolley

    privately owned8.8-acre3 story courtyard 75 shops29 restaurant/cafes2 nightclubsmovie theaterbowling lanes65,000ft/sq gathering space637 room hotel

    privately owned13.2-acre42 retail shops9 restaurtants/cafesmovie theater fountain (wet design)trolley

    privately owned 27-acres5,600,000ft/sq apartmentsballrooms/bars/theaters/restaurants54 story hotel & condominiums 40,000ft/sq open air plaza

    Hollywood &Highland Center

    The Americanaat Brand

    Old Pasadena

    The Grove LA

    LA Live

    FIVE MAJOR ENTERTAINMENT HUBS IN LOS ANGELESWITHIN 10 MILES OF DODGERS STADIUM

    MAPPING: ENTERTAINMENT

  • One can see to the right that apparel stores in Los Angles are extnensive. With

    only 43 of these 167 retail stores retail stores NORTH of Dodger stadium; one has to wonder what would happen if this expanded in that direction.that direction.

    The data to the right shows that

    67 out of the 258 retail locations mapped where located where located NORTH of Dodger Sta-dium.

    Parking venues could be better distributed.

    Only 6 of the 52 parking venues are venues are NORTH of Dodger Sta-dium.

    Gas stations are not abun-dant but seem to be

    suffcient. 7 of the 22 gas station are are NORTH of Dodger Stadium.

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    California

    2.5 Miles

    Key

    2 Miles

    1.5 Miles

    1 Miles

    .5 Miles

    South

    South

    South

    North

    North

    North

    LA County

    Retail Sales 2007

    Parking structure/lot

    Gas Station

    Apparel Stores

    North Parking Venues Gas Stations Apparel Stores

    MAPPING: RETAILThe North and South Dichotomy

    43 124

    15

    52

    26 %

    74 %

    6

    7

    1 27 60 87 124

    000 1 2 4 6

    52231020

    0 2 3 7

    15131110

    3 18 29 43

  • MAROONED

  • PHASING DIAGRAM

    1

    2

    3

  • BUILDING TYPES

    SCHOOLS OFFICES SERVICES RETAILS ENTERTAINMENT HOUSING

    BUILDING TYPOLOGIES

    SCHOOLS RETAILOFFICES ENTERTAINMENTSERVICES HOUSING

  • DEVELOPMENT PHASE: 1FAR 9.1

    HOUSING AND PARKING BREAKDOWN:10% High Income Housing 1,404,481SQFT

    20% Medium Income Housing 2,189,620SQFT

    60% Low Income Housing 6,568,860SQFT

    10% Retail 1,094,810SQFT

    Underground Parking 218,962SQFT

    =28,902Parking Spaces

    HOUSING:

    Average Number of FLoors: 10

    Total SQFT10X1,094,810 = 10,948,100

    Average SQFT Per Unit 1,000 SQFT

    Total Number of Units in Buildings

    10,948 Units

    OPEN SAPCE TO BUILDING RATIOSTotal Open Space 3,484,060SQFT

    Total Number of Units 10,984

    3,484,060\6,568 = 318SQFT Per Unit

  • HOUSING AND PARKING BREAKDOWN:10% High Income Housing 1,083,804SQFT

    20% Medium Income Housing 2,167,608SQFT

    60% Low Income Housing 6,502,824SQFT

    10% Retail 1,083,804SQFT

    Underground Parking 218,962SQFT 2

    =57,224 Parking Spaces

    HOUSING:

    Average Number of FLoors: 5

    Total SQFT5X1,083,804 = 8,670,432

    Average SQFT Per Unit 1,000 SQFT

    Total Number of Units in Buildings

    5,419 Units

    OPEN SAPCE TO BUILDING RATIOSTotal Open Space 3,484,060SQFT

    Total Number of Units 5,419

    3,774,095\5,419 = 695SQFT of Open Space Per Unit

    DEVELOPMENT PHASE: 2FAR 4.8

  • HOUSING AND PARKING BREAKDOWN:10% High Income Housing 296,380SQFT

    20% Medium Income Housing 592,761SQFT

    60% Low Income Housing 1,778,284SQFT

    10% Retail 296,380SQFT

    Underground Parking 592,761SQFT

    =23,710Parking Spaces

    HOUSING:

    Average Number of FLoors: 4

    Total SQFT4X740,952 = 2,963,808

    Average SQFT Per Unit 1,000 SQFT

    Total Number of Units in Buildings

    2,963 Units

    OPEN SAPCE TO BUILDING RATIOSTotal Open Space 1,942,758SQFT

    Total Number of Units 2,963

    1,942,758\2,963 = 655SQFT Per Unit

    DEVELOPMENT PHASE: 3FAR 3.9

  • PROGRAMSLANDSCAPE TYPES

    SPORTS PLAYGROUND TRAILS PLAZA POCKET PARK POOLS

    LANDSCAPE TYPOLOGIES

    SPORTS FIELDS PLAYGROUNDS TRAILS PLAZAS POCKET PARKS POOLS

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    SECTION B-BScale 1=100

    SECTION A-AScale 1=200

    Community Backyard

    Community Backyard

    Regional Backyard

    Regional Backyard

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    SECTION C-CScale 1=100

    SECTION D-DScale 1=200

    Community Backyard

    Regional Backyard

    Individual Backyard

    Individual Backyard

    Community Backyard

    Community Backyard

    Community Backyard

  • BELONGING

    HERITAGE

    CULTURE

    BONDS

    HOME

    PLACE

    SELF

    RESPECT

    FAMILY

    FRIENDS IDENTITY

    THIS ORY

    R TOPPO TUNI Y

    PURPOSE

    PROTECTION

    COMFORT

    CCONNE TION

    WORTH

    STABILITY

    FRIENDSHIP

    HOPE

    INTERACTION

    CHANGE

    GROWTH

    RELATIONSHIPSPRIDE

    RELAXATION

    COMFORT

    EXCITEMENT

    SECURITY

    ENTERTAINMENT

    FAMILIARITYLOCALITY

    REFUGE

    DIVERSITY

    COMMUNITYHEALTH

    HAPPINESS

    PROXIMITY

    EVERYDAY

    CONDITION

  • MAROONED NO MORE