SHERIDAN HOLLOW PARK
This project proposes an urban park on the long neglected northern slope into a hollow in the shadow of the state capitol where an underserved community resides. Informing the development of this restorative passive park was an investigation into the impact of environmental form and design qualities on human health and well-being. This environmentally sensitive landscape design was influenced by the perceived social and environmental impacts it will have on the people who inherit it.
Rebecca E. Mikulay
Cornell University | Student Work