Newfield Methodist Church Addition 06, Perspective - Entrance/Classrooms
- Newfield Methodist Church Addition 06, Perspective - Entrance/Classrooms
- John Clair Miller
- John Clair Miller
- Project Owner:
- Methodist Church of Newfield
- Newfield, Tompkins, New York, United States (inhabited place)
- United States
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- File Name:
- Project Title:
- Newfield Methodist Church Addition 06
- Project Type:
- Work Type:
- architectural drawings (visual works)
paper (fiber product)
additions (general components)
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- Image View Description:
- Perspective - Entrance/Classrooms
- Engineering – Norman Greene
Design an addition to the existing church with a secondary entrance, an assembly space with supporting kitchen and restroom facilities, and six classroom spaces within a limited budget.
The design centered on one large space for assembly that could be sub-divided into six classrooms spaces, each identifiable by the structural form, individual ‘oculus’ skylights and movable partitions. A concrete column grid and masonry-bearing corner walls supports tension concrete beams and six cast-in-place concrete thin shells.
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