AIA's 2011 Small Project Awards - PS 234 Manhattan Walkway, New York City Macrae-Gibson Architects P.C. Print E-mail
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PS 234 Manhattan Walkway,

New York City

Macrae-Gibson Architects P.C.

PS-234M-Walkway_Frederick-Charles-3Photograph: Frederick Charles

The purpose of the walkway is to connect the main PS 234 building with a kindergarten annex.  The walkway is L-shaped, following the outline of the property and consists of a steel framed structure varying in height from 12 to 20 feet that rests on a concrete base which forms the ramp.  The structure is made of 4” x 4” red painted steel posts with red painted steel connecting beams and is roofed with a standing seam red metal roof.

PS-234M-Walkway_Frederick-Charles-2Photograph: Frederick Charles

PS-234M-Walkway_Frederick-CharlesPhotograph: Frederick Charles

 

 

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