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665 Marietta Street NW, Atlanta GA 30318
On June 11th of 2017, The Pillyr Foundation joined Atlanta Streets Alive's Westside route as an activity partner with our first tactical urbanism intervention, dubbed Operation Pit Stop. At a length of 50ft, this pop-up project activated an industrial corridor along Marietta St NW with public space.
The build included deck space, a standing bar, a variety of seats and benches, a small performance stage (activated by spoken word artists), trees and plants that brought life and color to the site, and finally the Pillyr "Bike Bar", which is designed for cyclists to dock and enjoy refreshments from the comfort of their saddle. King of Pops was joined us to run the bar.
A final addition to the project was a temporary, artistic crosswalk that provided the public a canvas to add their own art to the street. The location was selected due to the lack of crosswalks, public space, and due to vehicular traffic treating this city road like a freeway.
Check out our facebook event to see more photos from the project!
Design Team: Daniel Snider, Sammy Shams, David Moore, Gabriella Melendez
Volunteer Team: Meghan Caylor, Jon Caylor, Ian McNay, Lindsey Bolin, Jiho Choi, Andrew Llewellyn, Jose Garza DelaCruz, Maria Velasquez, Nadine Adel Peever, Albert Lebron, Pavan Iyer, Morgan Strickland, Nate Damen, Laura Quade, Jim Connelly
Atlanta Beltline - Eastside Trail
Designed by friends Tenay Gonül and Julian Quinn, City Dreamers is a pavilion and Art on the Atlanta Beltline commission on the Eastside Trail located near Midtown Arts Cinema. The Pillyr Foundation was brought in to facilitate its construction and provide on-site consulting to upgrade the project's structural stability and safety for the visiting public.
In a big and fast city like Atlanta, the City Dreamers spot is a serene and happy place to be to view the city from another window. Being in the cube gives a feeling of isolation from the rest and slows the perception of the city down to enjoy and appreciate what is there. Nobody has to do much more. Just be there to view, to think, to sit and relax. The picture window on a plain black plane limits the rest of the scene by focusing a frame of view in one’s mind. This black plane is actually chalkboard where users can express themselves about what they see, feel or want to share. It creates an interactive message board to share experiences with strangers and friends.
The colorful pieces of plexiglass in rotation with the rest of the structure symbolizes a twist in linear thinking. The combination of colors and rotation implies alternate modes of thought and living as a possibility. City Dreamers is an artistic place seeking to render a colorful viewpoint for the city, a unique piece of urban furniture, a shaded place to rest, a place to share an idea, a point of interest, and an added reason to move along the Atlanta Beltline.
Design Team: Tenay Gönul & Julian Quinn
Construction Team: Tenay Gönul, Julian Quinn, Daniel Snider, Sammy Shams, David Moore, Gabriella Melendez
Park(ing) Day 2017 - Across Greater Atlanta
Park O' Pipes was created for Park(ing) Day 2017 with the intention of quick deployment at all the various events attended between September 15th and 16th. HKS Architects provided support for this project. This tactical urbanism intervention challenged the lack of urban play available for all ages so we tasked ourselves to create an interactive installation that would stimulate various senses at the same time. After getting access to a large quantity of aluminum pipe, we pursued turning this material into wind chimes and learned the mathematics to tune each length of pipe so that we could establish a range of sound.
A wood frame box was created to act as a chamber for the 5 rows of wind chimes, and in plan those rows would establish a path of circulation so that one could absorb a sonic spatial experience as they meander through it. An added benefit of this project was witnessing both children and adults interacting with the installation.
The project was taken to the following events:
Livable Buckhead Park(ing) Day @ Lenox Mall
South Downtown Park(ing) Day @ South Broad Street
Argha Noah House Amphibia Exhibition @ Harp Transmission
Living Walls x WeLoveBuHi's Night Market & Block Party @ Buford Highway
Park O' Pipes was awarded "Most Interactive Installation" by attendees of the Livable Buckhead Park(ing) Day event.
Design Team: Daniel Snider, Sammy Shams, David Moore, Gabriella Melendez, Justin Kruemmel, KK Loy
384 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta, GA 30308
On September 24th, The Pillyr Foundation took over the Peachtree Street bridge overpass connecting Midtown and Downtown to extend the city's public space and canopy for Atlanta Streets Alive. We delivered over thirty plants and trees, deployed our Park O' Pipes wind chime installation, set up a dozen wood pallet deck surfaces to establish a boardwalk and seating areas, and redeployed our Pillyr Bike Bar in a split configuration so that we could accommodate King of Pops and Cafe + Velo as activation partners. Trees Atlanta also attended the project to advocate for the city's canopy and register volunteers for its fall planting season.
As an added bonus to the public, we assembled stacked ladders as sidewalls and bowling lane flooring reclaimed from Midtown Bowl to create a pop-up bowling lane. Privacy screens used at construction sites were utilized to provide shade at the Park O'Pipes installation.
We would like to thank all volunteers for their time and our activation partners Trees Atlanta, HKS Architects, Brasfield & Gorrie, and Atlanta Community Toolbank for providing material support to bring this activation to life.
Design Team: Daniel Snider, Sammy Shams, David Moore, Justin Kruemmel, Gabriella Melendez
Volunteer Team: K.K. Loy, Ian McNay, Jiho Choi, Maria Velasquez, Jim Connelly, Patricia Samartzis, Stephanie Estrada, Michael Sena, Scott Morris, Jessica Thompson, Irene Chang
2324 Cascade Rd SW, Atlanta, GA 30311
In 2018, the City of Atlanta's Department of Planning (DCP) announced the Placemaking Program, which empowers communities to reshape public spaces to enhance their overall physical, cultural and social identities. DCP's Office of Mobility Planning is leading the Placemaking program. The overarching goals of this program are to improve street safety and to transform streets into vibrant, attractive places that benefit the community and businesses alike.
To support the launch, The Pillyr Foundation was brought in to deliver one of two pilot projects to test our the process of the program. We were selected to work on mobility needs for Cascade Heights through a partnership with Atlanta City Studio. The result of our collaboration was a custom designed bus stop shelter at the intersection of Cascade & Beecher. This project would provide Atlanta residents that use MARTA bus 71 with some shelter from the elements, and take advantage of available space at this intersection to demonstrate how design can stimulate activity in the neighborhood's public space.
After the completion of several community engagement meetings, three distinct options were developed with residents and the city deciding on the design that was installed during the summer. The structure is welded steel columns working as flitch beams with painted pine board on either side of the steel giving it its rigidness. Each bay is connected by steel tube standoffs, while the polycarbonate roof and back panels act a shear wall and provide shelter under a printed abstraction of the oak tree canopy that is so prevalent in Cascade Heights. The back panels extend the canopy abstraction while communicating the Cascade Heights name. Custom fold-up benches surfaced with poplar boards were installed as requested by the city.
Structural steel was fabricated by Vass Metal Works, while all other contract work was completed in-house at MASS Collective's makerspace. This included concrete work, bench woodworking and welding its steel framework, custom printing the polycarbonate roof panels with ARC, and installation. It should be noted that the Office of Mobility Planning decided to exclude the final fold-up benches due to concerns of liability with the bench mechanism. All follow up work with the project, including the purchase and installation of planters and a static bench, was completed by the city.
Design Team: Kevin Bacon, Vanessa Lira, Daniel Snider, Sammy Shams, David Moore, Gabriella Melendez
Volunteer Team: Pavan Iyer, Laura Quade, Mark Gilbert, Tim Keepers, Xenia Simos, Annaliese Moreno
Colony South, ATL
The Pillyr Foundation, in collaboration with Living Walls, Welcoming Atlanta and a host of other partners, delivered the Resplendent Playscape Project to the Colony South community in south Atlanta. It is our sixth project to date and the second one with fixed deliverables that will remain in place for years to come.
Colony South is one of the last mobile home parks within the city limits and is home to almost eighty, mostly immigrant families. Amongst the various challenges that this community faces, limited availability to safe gathering spaces with poor recreation opportunities led us to join our project partners in support of these families.
Over a period of two weekends in July of 2019, our partnership with the support of over 100 volunteers expanded the site’s existing gathering space and delivered a range of improvements that extend beyond recreation. Based on the same cultural narrative, the featured enhancements for this project include a new free-play structure custom-designed by The Pillyr team and a Living Walls mural designed by artist Patricia Hernandez. Our partnership also delivered new bike racks, free-play concrete blocks, fiberglass seating, and a bus stop waiting area for the children that await their school bus.
The steel structure is made from 6" diameter schedule 40 steel pipe with the curve segments rolled by our steel supplier. Steel fabrication and finish work were completed by Vass Metal Works while the custom netting was made by vendor Incord. In order to eliminate general contracting costs during installation, the structure was designed as four separate components that could be assembled on-site with a forklift and at least a dozen helpful volunteers. The structure's placement was calculated to ensure it did not cross the critical root zone of each tree on-site and thus should not cause any damage after the concrete was poured to anchor it. Once secure, the custom netting was quickly attached.
This project was seven months in the making and our most ambitious to date. We thank Kaboom!, Target, and the City of Atlanta for funding this project. We are grateful to every volunteer that offered their time from our regulars to the new friends and supporters that we made. Their contributions and the in-kind donations offered by businesses across metro Atlanta helped us stretch our funding, come under budget and save close to $80,000 in expenses.
We would like to acknowledge the following in-kind material, rental, and food contributors to this project:
The City of Atlanta Department of Public Works, The City of Atlanta Office of Enterprise Asset Management, Argos USA, SOPO Bicycle Cooperative, Arborguard, ATL Nativescapes, Food Forest at Browns Mill, Sunbelt Rentals, Noni's, Lotta Frutta, Chipotle, Chick-Fil-A, King of Pops, J's Chicken, El Ponce, Chong Qing Hot Pot, Luisa Fernanda Cardona, & Gabriella Oviedo.
Design Team: David Moore, Daniel Snider, Sammy Shams, Gabriella Melendez, Tim Keepers, Jiho Choi
Cascade @ Westwood Avenue, West End, Atlanta
At the end of Summer 2019, we were approached by Atlanta Bicycle Coalition with the opportunity to deliver a tactical urbanism pilot project in conjunction with the Atlanta Streets Alive Southwest. Dubbed the "ASA Cascade Rehab Project", it is located along Cascade Avenue in southwest Atlanta on the block between Ralph David Abernathy Blvd SW and Westwood / Donnelly Avenue SW. Funding was provided by AARP Georgia through their Livable Communities Grant and the project was coordinated with the city's Office of Mobility Planning. We utilized the street closing permit of Atlanta Streets Alive to execute the project with a dozen volunteers.
The goal of the project was to address the following pain points:
1) An unusually wide curbside lane that suggests an extra passing lane before it narrows at intersections and creates dangerous conflict points.
2) The turning radii of the intersection encourages cars to maintain higher speeds as they endanger pedestrians when they turn.
3) Crosswalks were either missing, hard to see, or quite long to cross on such a busy vehicular corridor.
4) Visibility of pedestrians was relatively poor.
Prior to Atlanta Streets Alive we worked with Atlanta Bicycle Coalition to collect community feedback about the dangers they experience along Cascade Road and making sure they were aware of the pilot project that would test if any of our proposed solutions improved safety and changed driver behavior.
Our solutions to the pain points of this project location included:
1) Utilizing painted curb extensions to narrow the curbside driving lane so cars would stop passing one another in an exceptionally wide lane.
2) Added flex posts and planters as vertical elements for visibility.
3) Made the turning radii of specific intersection corners much tighter so cars would have to slow down before turning, and also to reduce the crossing distance for pedestrians.
4) Added a crosswalk across Cascade Avenue that should make it safer and easier for cars to notice that they must yield to pedestrians.
5) Having the pilot last for at least 3 months then observed to confirm if the solutions had any positive effect.
The project timeline was less than two months and executed in less than 8 hours. At the event, we collected stakeholder feedback and provided attendees with education about the benefits of traffic calming design strategies and what those reclaimed spaces can become to benefit the community. That information was shared with our project partners, including the City of Atlanta, with the hope that these improvements are realized as permanent upgrades via an interim design strategy or a capital project along the Cascade Corridor when it is resurfaced.
The results of the project proved that adding curb extensions even with paint could influence driver behavior as the narrower curbside lane slowed down vehicular speeds and discouraging cars from passing one another. The curb extensions and crosswalks at the intersection also made it safer for pedestrians to cross. Further feedback from the community given to Atlanta Bicycle Coalition also confirmed that they valued the results and hoped to see some of these strategies implemented in the future when the street is resurfaced.
We would like to thank our volunteers for executing this project on behalf of our mission.
Design Team: David Moore, Daniel Snider, Sammy Shams
Volunteers; Brian Lesko, Laura Quade, Brent Brewer, Tawny Powell, Patricia Hernandez, Zia Musa, Parker Stewart, Sarah Woynicz, Juan Felipe Diaz
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