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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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And we're discovering that because of the climate environmental conditions and constraints, it does actually put a hamper on the fountain itself, which, in fact, the fountain, as you'll see, is a spraying fountain called the Dandelion. So it sprays water. So in the wintertime, it shuts down, and so we're talking about maybe four, five, six months out of the year where it's actually no longer usable.
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