The Western New York Land Conservancy released the concept designs for The Riverline project on July 20th.
Our team W Architecture and Landscape Architecture, Hood Design Studio and Green Shield Ecology, together with the WNYLC presented the concept design at the Tewksbury Lodge Pavilion.
We have been actively worked on The Riverline project since 2020. The concept designs are the result of four years of public engagement and community feedback from February’s initial concept designs and April’s drafts.
The concept “Riverline As A Refuge’ enhances the site itself as a place of coming together and a place of personal growth: a place we can find ourselves amongst a living history and heritage along our shared waterfront.
From neighborhood nature playground to a soaring trestle bridge connecting the trail over the Junctures, the project sees the future of the neighborhood being connected and welcoming.
You can read more about the project at The Riverline site
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