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storefronts By Matthew Pomponio
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Poking fun At business signs
Storefront Studio - Vashon 2012 By Jim Nicholls
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Vashon Island Storefront Studio 2012.
Goldendale Washington: Historic Downtown District Enhancement Strategies By Storefront Studio
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The Storefront Studio is dedicated to investing the academic capital of the UW Department of Architecture in close partnership with the social capital of local communities. The Storefront... More > Studio’s goal is to strengthen the connections between the members of a community and their physical setting, providing anchors for emergent identities, economic development and social interaction. The Goldendale Washington - Main Streets Enhancement Strategies involved the direct collaboration between the community, the University of Washington Department of Architecture’s Storefront Studio, and the American Planning Association’s (APA) Community Planning Assistance Team (CPAT).1 This exploration embodies a comprehensive notion of how the community can think about effective planning for the future. The Storefront Studio’s specific vision begins with research into existing physical and social assets, and grows to encompass notions for a strategic long-term plan for the entire downtown.< Less
Goldendale Washington: Historic Downtown District Enhancement Strategies By Storefront Studio
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The Storefront Studio is dedicated to investing the academic capital of the UW Department of Architecture in close partnership with the social capital of local communities. The Storefront... More > Studio’s goal is to strengthen the connections between the members of a community and their physical setting, providing anchors for emergent identities, economic development and social interaction. The Goldendale Washington - Main Streets Enhancement Strategies involved the direct collaboration between the community, the University of Washington Department of Architecture’s Storefront Studio, and the American Planning Association’s (APA) Community Planning Assistance Team (CPAT).1 This exploration embodies a comprehensive notion of how the community can think about effective planning for the future. The Storefront Studio’s specific vision begins with research into existing physical and social assets, and grows to encompass notions for a strategic long-term plan for the entire downtown.< Less
Main Streets Enhancement Strategies 2009 - Morton, WA By Storefront Studio
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The Morton Washington Main Streets Enhancement Strategies involves the direct collaboration between the community, the UW Storefront Studio, and the Washington State Department of Transportation. ... More > The format of this study is based on a series of public meetings and exchanges between University of Washington architecture students, the Washington State Department of Transportation, the Morton Action Committee and community participants. The Storefront Studio is dedicated to investing the academic capital of the UW Department of Architecture in close partnership with the social capital of local communities. Our goal is to strengthen the connections between the members of a community and their physical setting, providing anchors for emergent identities, economic growth and social interaction.< Less
Main Streets Enhancement Strategies 2009 - Morton, WA By Storefront Studio
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The Morton Washington Main Streets Enhancement Strategies involves the direct collaboration between the community, the UW Storefront Studio, and the Washington State Department of Transportation. ... More > The format of this study is based on a series of public meetings and exchanges between University of Washington architecture students, the Washington State Department of Transportation, the Morton Action Committee and community participants. The Storefront Studio is dedicated to investing the academic capital of the UW Department of Architecture in close partnership with the social capital of local communities. Our goal is to strengthen the connections between the members of a community and their physical setting, providing anchors for emergent identities, economic growth and social interaction.< Less
Snoqualmie Falls Storefront Studio 2016 By Jim Nicholls
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The Spring 2016 Storefront Studio is a partnership between King County Historic Preservation, The City of Snoqualmie Community Development, and the Architecture Department of the College of Built... More > Environments at the University of Washington. Through a series of community presentations and open houses, a set of enhancement strategies for the Historic Main Street area are vetted and revised, resulting in a mix of community-generated projects demonstrating resilience, inclusivity and authenticity. Projects include: • Main Street historic preservation and economic revitalization • Complete street /green street strategies, • Public park/River walk infrastructure and community networks< Less
Vashon Storefront Studio 2012 e-Book By Jim Nicholls
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Vashon Storefront Studio 2012
Roslyn, WA Storefront Studio Spring 2009 (Download Quality) By Jim Nicholls et al.
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Overview of work done during Jim Nicholl's Storefront Studio in Roslyn, Washington Spring 2009. University of Washington College of Built Environment in conjunction with Roslyn Revitalization.... More > Download quality only.< Less
Roslyn, WA Storefront Studio Spring 2009 (Perfect Bound) By Jim Nicholls et al.
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Overview of work done during Jim Nicholl's Storefront Studio in Roslyn, Washington Spring 2009. University of Washington College of Built Environment in conjunction with Roslyn Revitalization.... More > Perfect Bound.< Less