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Sierra Club Headquarters

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Student name: 
Nathan Gammella
Discipline: 
Architecture
Level: 
Bachelor 3
Instructor(s): 
Kay Bea Jones
Course: 
ARCH 3410: Architectural Design III
Term: 
Autumn 2013
Description: 

This urban infill problem provided the opportunity to produce a public symbol in Cincinnati for one of America's oldest and
most widely recognized environmental advocacy agencies. Approximately 70,000 square feet of interior rooms were linked to
outdoor areas with attention to current climate demands. The most successful proposals organized complex internal
sequences of public and layered private functions with developed sensibilities of daylight, views and façade compositions.
Students were expected to design visionary and pragmatic solutions to this program on this site suitable to its time.

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