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The playhouse has aged well in its San Francisco home, as the garden has matured and the kids have grown. Its primary role these days is to serve as a trellis, but it is still occasionally played in by visiting little ones.
Bill Truitt’s research and proposal for Mumbai’s SEEPZ business district recently won a TSA award:
This project knits the two existing buildings (City Hall and Former Supreme Court) and new construction together into a seamless flow of single-, double-, and triple-height spaces. Existing conditions of attenuation are articulated into new extended galleries
The new Roof gallery serves as a loop between the two buildings, with a translucent roof and walls screened by light fins and scrims. A mechanical plenum is inserted between the roof gallery and the existing building below.
New Entry Court:
This unbuilt scheme for a LEED Silver project brings an awareness of sustainable issues to the public by way of modeling space and structure, rather than selecting and purchasing approved ‘green’ products. A large-span, pre-engineered structure folds to create: (1) differentiated space within an open plan for separate user groups, (2) North skylights, (3) courtyard, (4) theater/roof space comes to the ground, and (5) low south facing entry threshold.