- This project has been made possible in part by a generous donations from Alan Wanzenberg, the John L Tishman Scholarships for Sustainable Development, Design and Construction, as well as The Durst Organization, Inc.
William R. Morrish
Jane and Bud Griffin II
Monthly Archives: April 2011
Render: 2011 Design Workshop: Updated render of the new security station. The first set of animated renderings of the Splash House are online! They are included as part of a short form project video that can be found here!
Render: 2011 Design Workshop. Help us build the Splash House! We have just started an all or nothing fundraising drive to collect $15,000 to help with the construction of the Splash House. The deadline to reach our goal is midnight on Jun … Continue reading
Woodcuts: (Left) View of the High Bridge and the Tower pumping station (Harper’s Weekly, 1880) (Right) The High Bridge carries the Croton Aqueduct across the Harlem River. (Schramke, 1846) Want to learn more about the history of Highbridge Park? On … Continue reading
After a rigorous and intense week of charrette, we modified our designs for the Splash House. The new scheme is more economical, with a more consistent palette of materials resulting in a significantly decreased construction schedule. We’re excited! Check out the new renderings below! … Continue reading
Render: 2011 Design Workshop. The Splash House Facebook page is now live, and it’s another great place to learn about exciting project developments as they happen. Check us out here! Be sure to click like while you’re there!
The DESIGN WORKSHOP is a team of graduate architecture students from PARSONS SCHOOL OF DESIGN who provide pro bono architectural design/build services to not-for-profit organizations across the United States. This year, we are collaborating with the NYC Parks Department and … Continue reading