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DUNWOODY COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY, LORING PARK DANDELION FOUNTAIN ENCLOSURE
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Paul Bierman-Lytle, a professor at Dunwoody College of Technology in Minneapolis, walks us through the Dandelion Fountain Enclosure Project his 3rd year Architecture students are working on. The goal of the project was to provide an enclosure for the notable Dandelion Fountain, as well as optimize the views in the park. He discusses the site and climate constraints as well as the historical and economic value of the site.
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Obviously there's fire, and I think the other major concern we're gonna deal with code-wise are the regulations of removing trees because in the perspective that we've got, this is the location of the fountain right now, and this is where we're proposing to move it. And if you can see our red lines, this is indicating we've got beautiful avenue views from that perspective, which you do not have from its current location. So in order to relocate the fountain here we're gonna have to take some trees down.
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