Sunset Pavilion
       
     
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    The colors and rhythms in the existing Landmark building facade are incorporated into the pavilion walls, and its placement and height ensure that light will still reach the interior of the recreation center .        ( ESTO / Albert Vecerka ) 
       
     
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  Collaborators: Alfred Zollinger, Joel Stoehr, Stephanie Cramer, Eric Feuster, Danielle Bowler, Felipe Colin Jr., Kristina Cowger, Marcus Kanters, Priscila Romano, Jennifer Hindeland, Derick Brown, Jelisa Blumberg, Jo Garst, Sabrina Plum      ( ESTO / Albert Vecerka ) 
       
     
Sunset Pavilion
       
     
Sunset Pavilion

The Parsons Design Workshop is an innovative design and build graduate-level architecture studio that offers pro bono design and construction services to non-profit organizations. Founded in 1998, its goal is to make a meaningful contribution to a community while providing students with practical experience. Currently in its 17th year, it has evolved from a series of individual short-term projects with various clients to a multi-year partnership with the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation. In 2014, the NYC Parks Department identified the Sunset Park Recreation Center and Pool as the new site for the Design Workshop intervention.

(ESTO/Albert Vecerka

 The new pavilions ensure that the interior programs can operate year round providing more services to the community. Additionally, pool patrons have new, private space to change and store their belongings, improving their overall experience at the pool. The pavilions complement the Landmark features, adding a new dimension to a historic site.   ( ESTO / Albert Vecerka ) 
       
     

The new pavilions ensure that the interior programs can operate year round providing more services to the community. Additionally, pool patrons have new, private space to change and store their belongings, improving their overall experience at the pool. The pavilions complement the Landmark features, adding a new dimension to a historic site.

(ESTO/Albert Vecerka

   
  
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The colors and rhythms in the existing Landmark building facade are incorporated into the pavilion walls, and its placement and height ensure that light will still reach the interior of the recreation center.

(ESTO/Albert Vecerka

  ( ESTO / Albert Vecerka ) 
       
     

(ESTO/Albert Vecerka

   
  
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  Collaborators: Alfred Zollinger, Joel Stoehr, Stephanie Cramer, Eric Feuster, Danielle Bowler, Felipe Colin Jr., Kristina Cowger, Marcus Kanters, Priscila Romano, Jennifer Hindeland, Derick Brown, Jelisa Blumberg, Jo Garst, Sabrina Plum      ( ESTO / Albert Vecerka ) 
       
     

Collaborators: Alfred Zollinger, Joel Stoehr, Stephanie Cramer, Eric Feuster, Danielle Bowler, Felipe Colin Jr., Kristina Cowger, Marcus Kanters, Priscila Romano, Jennifer Hindeland, Derick Brown, Jelisa Blumberg, Jo Garst, Sabrina Plum

(ESTO/Albert Vecerka