Winchester UK. Selverhull: Growing a Venerable Place in Our Time (Congress for the New Urbanism Illinois Charter Award 2015)

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Selverhull urban intervention scheme A; Winchester UK. 2015. Judson University Department of Architecture Graduate Advanced Architecture and Urbanism Studio. Christopher C. Miller, Ph.D. Click on image for complete booklet.

The regeneration of Winchester’s northeast quadrant has been a public concern for more than thirty years.  At WinchesterDeservesBetter, Wintonians are campaigning for the serviceability and identity of this venerable and beautiful city.  We have investigated two development alternatives to meet the public interest. The regeneration knits to the high-performing residential fabric to the immediate north and the High Street, develops an opportunity along a channeled brook for connection to regional water meadows, balances pedestrian access against vehicular demands, and resources precedent types promoting local identity and demographic diversity.

Student team: Gregory Butler; Jonathan Clark; Gavin Fleagle; Jared Long; Patrick Moore; Jonathon S Oberheim; Kendall Oliver; and Michelle Williams.

Congress for the New Urbanism Illinois Chapter Charter Awards 2015 Academic Award for Selverhull: Growing a Venerable Winchester in Our Time

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Street view showing proposed hotel. Selverhull urban intervention scheme A; Winchester UK. Adv. Urbanism and Architecture Studio. 2015. Kendall Oliver.
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City Hall Offices. Selverhull urban intervention scheme A; Winchester UK. Adv. Urbanism and Architecture Studio. 2015. Jared Long.
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Selverhull urban intervention scheme B; Winchester UK. Adv. Urbanism and Architecture Studio. 2015.
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Market, Transit Hub, and City Hall Offices. Selverhull urban intervention scheme B; Winchester UK. Adv. Urbanism and Architecture Studio. 2015. Patrick Moore.
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