The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation hired TTLA to redesign the landscape of their headquarters, Rhodes Hall. The design was informed by the site’s histories and by the proposed programming of the client. Our design aimed to create a more seamless pedestrian and automotive experience. We redesigned a series of corridors to better host events and introduced a series of native plantings along the edges of the site. We produced a site analysis package, several schematic design iterations, a combined schematic design with sections, a model with rendered perspectives, and the permit/construction document set. My responsibility was to assist the project manager in coordination with a landscape architect in the creation of a historical analysis package and the production of schematic and design development drawings. We worked with our team to redesign the pedestrian and automotive experience around the site with a specific focus on enhancing, and the ability to host events.
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