1923 Division St. Detroit, MI - Megan Gunderson
The project is a sustainable urban infill housing project in Detroit based on a current RFP in the Eastern Market Area. The site is located at Dequinder cut/ Division and
Alfred Street. It is approx 50,000 sf and the program has 124,000 gross sq.ft of housing, with market rate and 20% subsidized units, commercial/retail space, community exercise and education spaces, subgrade parking and open space. Students have completed site/program, building code, bioclimatic conditions and relevant background analysis and LEED criteria, and other topical studies relative to the project. The work will show the project development demonstrating influences based on program/spatial conditions, site and context conditions and bioclimatic/sustainable issues.
Megan Gunderson is a fifth-year design student at Lawrence Technological University. She is pursuing both Architecture and Interior Architecture degrees. She has an inclination towards sustainability and historical preservation aspects of design. After graduation, she hopes to apply her creative skills to commercial design projects in the Metro Detroit area.