AUSTIN ROLLING CENTER   Spring 2014 | Design 6 | Professor Judith Birdsong  The Austin Rolling Center is a proposal for a bowling alley/roller rink in downtown Austin. The building sits at 7th and Red River, connecting one of Austin’s busiest entertainment districts to the planned green belt along Waller Creek. The building consist of a 14 bay rigid frame structure that transitions from an inviting gable on the street side into an open shed on the creek side. The humble metal structure pays tribute to the decorated sheds that most bowling alleys and roller rinks are housed in, while making use of Austin’s extensive prefabricated metal construction industry. 
       
     
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  AUSTIN ROLLING CENTER   Spring 2014 | Design 6 | Professor Judith Birdsong  The Austin Rolling Center is a proposal for a bowling alley/roller rink in downtown Austin. The building sits at 7th and Red River, connecting one of Austin’s busiest entertainment districts to the planned green belt along Waller Creek. The building consist of a 14 bay rigid frame structure that transitions from an inviting gable on the street side into an open shed on the creek side. The humble metal structure pays tribute to the decorated sheds that most bowling alleys and roller rinks are housed in, while making use of Austin’s extensive prefabricated metal construction industry. 
       
     

AUSTIN ROLLING CENTER

Spring 2014 | Design 6 | Professor Judith Birdsong

The Austin Rolling Center is a proposal for a bowling alley/roller rink in downtown Austin. The building sits at 7th and Red River, connecting one of Austin’s busiest entertainment districts to the planned green belt along Waller Creek. The building consist of a 14 bay rigid frame structure that transitions from an inviting gable on the street side into an open shed on the creek side. The humble metal structure pays tribute to the decorated sheds that most bowling alleys and roller rinks are housed in, while making use of Austin’s extensive prefabricated metal construction industry. 

sound building model photo.png
       
     
sb_process063.png
       
     
Final Site Plan linework.png
       
     
FINAL PLANS LINEWORK.png
       
     
FINAL PLANS LINEWORK - Copy.png
       
     
inhabit.png
       
     
exploded axon final.png
       
     
Final Long Section.png
       
     
portfolio detail wall section.png