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CONFLICT RESOLUTION CENTER
Doylestown, PA
Fall 2007 - 5th Year
Professor Sanders

The program asked for us to design a large building to act as a center for the resolution of conflicts regarding the industry and environment. The concept behind this design is that it acts as a procession/point-of-entry from the suburban streetscape to the serene park land of Bucks County. Housed within the park are a few historic buildings designed by Henry Mercer, including the Moravian Tile Works. This project provides space for artists to work and sell their art as well. There are office and conference spaces, as well as a visitors center that includes a theater and educational spaces. The central green space provides open views of nature and acts as an outdoor congregation and exhibition space for visitors and residents alike.

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