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Fletcher Studio：90年代末，旧金山中央高速公路的拆除，为建立更人性化的社区开辟了新的发展机会，海斯谷也由此重生。300 Ivy就是一个很好的例子，它从以前被高架高速公路占用的土地上拔地而起，以其多功能混合用途特点、融入街景以及友好的行人空间，代表了旧金山发展的新标准。
Fletcher Studio：The demolition of the San Francisco Central Freeway in the late 90s sparked the rebirth of Hayes Valley by opening up new development opportunities for a more human scale neighborhood. 300 Ivy is a great example of this new approach as it rises from the land that was previously occupied by the elevated freeway and with its mixed use approach, inviting streetscape and pedestrian friendly spaces represents a new standard for development in San Francisco.
▼平面图 Master plan
The streetscape of the project is carefully designed for sustainable and social programming. Stormwater is treated within the street planting flanking the boundaries of the property. Traffic calming measures are implemented along Ivy Street with a new bulb out and traffic table; street planting along Ivy Street is designed with chicanes to accommodate street trees and traffic calming measures. Street landscaping enlivens the commercial ground level of the building as planters and tree wells define spaces of circulation and outdoor dining. A new bulbout at the corner of Ivy and Gough is framed by Custom steel bollards and it allows the expansion of the right of way to accommodate a permanent parklet along the commercial corner.
At the street entry a custom steel gateway is set back from the sidewalk with the entry garden extending through into the public realm. Corten steel planters and custom polished steel hand rails wind up the basalt paving entry path that cuts through a lush primordial landscape. Half way up the landscape transitions from verdant green to chartreuse planting. At the building’s entry plaza a custom designed salvaged redwood table and bench furnish the space. Custom steel bike racks are also strategically placed in the plaza for resident’s and visitor’s use. Materials from the plaza cross over to the entry foyer blurring the lines between indoor and outdoor. At the ground level, each unit has a patio that is subtly screened with bamboo planting that zig zags through the space and between units. Basalt pavers were milled for the project, to provide subtle and random patterns along the ground plane. The bamboo screen cuts into the primordial garden at the entry path, separating the green native and non-native planting from the chartreuse. A final screening feature at the entry is a local artisan willow wattle fence which acts as a textured screen between the public path and private patios.
The residents are given access to the roof made into a common space. The sunny courtyard has an Australian planting of Protea and Kangaroo Paw at its center, proving habitat planting and a vibrant backdrop to the resident’s sun bathing courtyard. The roof courtyard is equipped with shared amenities for outdoor dining including custom designed kitchen and community table and a variety of perennial herbs. The outdoor dining space is covered by a pergola lined with small LED lights that bring the stars down into the space, for evening dining. At the center of the space is a community table accommodates group dining with church pew benches and a split log table of salvaged redwood. The outdoor kitchen experience is enhanced further with allotment gardens of herbs and urban agriculture placed along the perimeter of the courtyard and adjacent to the dining space. All aspects of the project allow for increasing program space for the public and the building tenants. Each feature is carefully designed, and fabricated to maximize the experience of each small space in the development.
▼制造过程图 The construction process of table and bench
项目名称： 300 Ivy
首席设计师：David Fletcher, Cory Hallam
摄影：David Baker Architects
Project name: 300 Ivy
Design year & Completion Year: 2011-2014
Leader designer & Team: David Fletcher, Cory Hallam
Project location: SOMA (South of Market), San Francisco, CA
Landscape Area: 1821.085 sqm
Photo credits: David Baker Architects
Clients: Pocket Development
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