Richmond Aqueduct

Richmond Aqueduct
Second Largest Aqueduct Built on the Enlarged Erie Canal (1856-1917)

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

SUNY ESF Student Presentations - Nov 1

SUNY -ESF 3rd Year Design Students  
at Montezuma Town Hall
Ready to give their presentations to the community

Cheryl Doble, Associate Professor at the Center for Community Design
Research sets the stage for the students presentations
explaining the basis of the work to date

On Monday, November 1, 2010, the community listened as third year design studio students from SUNY - ESF Department of Landscape Architecture displayed graphic representations of their projects and described the results of their analysis and findings of the proposed park site. Through their analysis, the students have identified potential opportunities related to the Heritage Park. They highlighted the regional aspects of the site,  history, wildlife and nature interpretation, commercial, recreation and performance such as music, plays, interpretative events and festivals.  The students did an excellent job of researching the site and analyzing the potential for the park.  There was good feedback and discussion from the audience for the students to consider as they now move on to their final design concepts for the park. 

Maren King, Assistant Director at the Center of Community Design 
Research, lists some points for the students to take into consideration 
as the community gives feedback after the presentations for
their final design project.

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