On Nov. 30 Tam & Noll architects presented some preliminary plan exterior renderings and layout diagrams of two Hillview Community Center concepts…refining a Nov. 7 “triangle” floor plan the Hillview Task Force preferred then. On Nov. 30 the committee chose the C1 version of the two presented. I share the C1 slides with you below.
The new exterior renderings — still quite preliminary by the way — incorporate a Hillview Community Center project Task Force preference for gable roof concepts with a contemporary feel. In the C1 concept some of the gables are so-called split roofs…with a celestory window down the spine. This permits natural lighting. T&N said there might be more glass shown now on exterior walls than an energy audit that they do later will allow.
Virtually all Hillview Task Force members like both concepts shown last night, but six of the nine members present leaned toward the C1. Members heaped praise on the architects and landscape designers.
Take a peek at the renderings below.
Figure 1: Concepts as Selected at prior meeting on Nov. 7 per architect
Figure 2: Showing Pedestrian Connection to Library and History Museum
Figure 3: Three-D aerial rendering from above library
Figure 4: Potential Floor plan-That’s NOT Childrens Corner there…just another 3000 sq ft
Figure 5: Varied Roofs create a sense of many smaller buildings
Figure 6: Main Entry near History Museum
Figure 7: Courtyard with illustrative landscaping
Figure 8: Hillview Community Center project Task Force – Community Room Terrace is on the southside
Thank god “we” made this progress. It’s looking more promising than I had dared to hope. Thank you Hillview Community Center project Task Force members and chairperson Claudia Coleman.