College of Architecture and Planning

Killbuck Creek Corridor

Course: Community and Urban Design
Semester: Fall 2001
Student: Andy Albright
Professor: John Motloch

Recognition: First Place in the 2002 ASLA Student Design Competition - Graduate Design category

Overview
This project explores the restoration potential of a sand and gravel mining site in Anderson, IN. The site, approximately 300 acres, is located adjacent to a prominent city park and Killbuck Creek which connects to the White River just south of the site. Teams of four students worked for one week to produce an inventory and analysis of the site as well as a conceptual master plan with character sketches. Next, students worked independently for two weeks to produce a detailed master plan of a portion of the site and a detailed site design of one of the commercial or industrial areas within that portion of the site.

To download the complete set of illustrated presentation boards from this project in Adobe Acrobat. (File Size: 2.8mb)

Land Design Institute
Architecture Building (AB), room 226
Ball State University
Muncie, IN 47306

Hours: 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday
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