Planning & Recreation
Cityscape has experience creating master planning sites and designing recreational facilities for developers and their customers.
2005 - Farmington Pavilion was awarded 2nd Place in the NFBA building of the Year award competition
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  • Farmington PavillionDesigned and built as part of the City of Farmington’s master plan to re-establish the downtown business district; this structure earned 2nd place in the National Frame Builder’s 2005 ‘Building of the Year’ contest.
  • Clock TowerThis clock tower serves as the central iconic feature of an upscale office park in Illinois.
  • Site Planning | Orchard Executive ParkThis 105,000 square-foot executive park is comprised of three development phases. In additiona to service as corporate headquarters for 3 distinct companies, the complex also includes extensive testing labs and engineering workshops. The office space includes executive offices and open office work groups. Informal conference options and multiple coffee bars are also located throughout the complex.
  • Campus Planning | Automotive HQCityscape’s 30 acre campus plan for a regional automotive headquarters organizes a regional office, event space, and a test track with maintenance garage This plan also extends the design into the test track and parking areas. Green features includes bioswales, green roofs, and louvered, sun shaded facades. The 3 buildings comprise 70,000 sf of mixed use space.
  • Site Planning | AutocollectionCityscape Architects, in collaboration with the planning firm of Grissim, Metz, Andriese and Associates, developed these early concepts for Ford Motor Company’s Premier Auto Collection program. This site developed into the Jaguar of Novi facility in Novi, Michigan.
  • Master Planning | MallCBL & Associates Properties commissioned Cityscape Architects, Inc. to study the parking impact of adding a new restaurant to the existing mixed-use site Laurel Park Place Mall development.
  • MausoleumBuilt by the Catholic Archdiocese of Chicago, this 20,000 crypt garden mausoleum is the world’s largest. The perimeter row of garden crypts is designed to be integrated into the earth, the middle roll of crypts is a two story enclosed mausoleum with a 660 foot curving skylight. This project has been published in multiple architectural magazines for its unique use of pre-cast and poured in place concrete.
  • Competition | Performance AreaCityscape earned second place in a national competition to design this public performance area in the Union Square area of Somerville, MA. The competition required a cost effective solution that could accommodate a wide range of public uses and be constructed of durable materials in a creative, aesthetic manner.
  • Softball PavillionThis freestanding pavilion building is used by patrons of the softball complex. The facility contains the official’s office, men’s and women’s toilets, and a locker facility. Flanking the pavilion building is a paved and landscaped plaza, containing a series of ‘architectural trees’. A series of steel structures, clad with fabric awnings, provide a shaded picnic area for patrons.
  • Design | Band ShellCityscape Architects collaborated with landscape architects, and the city of Farmington to revitalize Farmington’s central business district with this alternative band shell design. The structure will serve as a band shell and meeting place to facilitate a number of festive events throughout the year.
  • Campus Planning | ChurchCityscape created two conceptual master plans for the phased development of a 7.3 acre site in Auburn Hills, MI. A 1,100 seat chapel is connected to all other building functions via a skylit atrium. The required retention pond is transformed into an asset, serving as a reflecting pond with island gazebo.
  • Master Planning | FairgroundThe Michigan State Fairgrounds land use study was a $100 million master planning study designed to expand and enhance the Michigan State Fair, and to develop year-round recreational, educational, and cultural activities for Michigan residents to enjoy. This functionally organized design was conceived to act as a “show place” for Michigan’s agricultural community, while also emphasizing the other aspects that make Michigan great.
  • Competition | Ford Retail NetworkCityscape Architects, Inc., in collaboration with the planning firm of Grissim, Metz, Andriese and Associates, developed this competition winning concept for Ford Motor Company’s Ford Retail Network program.
  • Site planning | Retail CenterCityscape provided master-planning services for a 20 acre mixed-use development. In addition to a nine acre neighborhood shopping center, a bank, national chain restaurant, daycare, and office module complete this campus style site plan.
Farmington Pavillion Clock Tower Site Planning Campus Planning Jaguar Site Mall Planning Mausoleum Competition | Union Square Softball Band Shell Church Fairgrounds Competition | FRN Retail Center Planning
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