About the Project

Riverside Gardens gateway is a design which aims to create a pedestrian space at the intersection of a residential neighborhood on the edge of an industrial corridor known as Rubbertown in Louisville, Kentucky. As a gateway, the space aims creates an accesible area which encourages them into a new place. This gateway aims to reconnect visitors to the forest and stream just within reach of the site. 

The use of material tries to bridge the gap between a garden and an industrial area through thoughtful use of materials to develop a durable and beautiful landscape which acts as a doorway to a residential neighborhood. 

 

Process Work

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Riverside Gardens Gateway Presentation

Strategic Refinement / Rubbertown

Video presentation of project to illustrate site elements and impacts with narrated voiceover.

University of Cincinnati

School of Planning

5470 Aronoff
University of Cincinnati
PO Box 210016
Cincinnati, OH 45221-0016

P 513-556-4943
F 513-556-1274

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