AS OF OCTOBER 2019, I Have RETURNED TO URBAN DESIGN ASSOCIATES AS AN Associate principal AND WILL NO LONGER BE OPERATING JEFFREY SCHWAIGER DESIGN.
I PUT TOGETHER THIS VIDEO highlighting some of the many projects I have been a part of over the past 13 years - ENJOY!
my original website will Remain available as an archive for the time being.
▪ Church of All Saints
▪ The Hacienda
▪ Tracy Aquatic Center
▪ Miller Residence
▪ South Haven Residence
▪ Northport Residence
▪ Garden Park Clubhouse
▪ Silvertip Resort
▪ reMain Nantucket
▪ Duke Street Square
▪ Habitat For Humanity
UDA & Urban Land Institute
Aerial View 1
Aerial View 2
Low Aerial View of Public Green and Marina
Eye-level View of Main Street towards Marina
Eye-level View of Marina Promenade
Eye-level View of Public Green
Eye-level View of Side Street
In an effort to maintain the historic character of downtown Nantucket while encouraging business, activity, and tourism, the philanthropic organization reMain Nantucket was formed. The organization held a design and policy charrette with a nine-member volunteer advisory panel from the Urban Land Institute.
Gregory Weimerskirch of Urban Design Associates participated in the ULI's charrette. The ULI panel made recommendations to the various parties interested in the future of Nantucket. The panel also developed a downtown and waterfront revitalization scheme to make use of an underutilized site near the downtown.
From a “napkin” sketch of the proposed building footprints in the new district, I created a digital model of the village and the proposal. I designed and modeled the buildings in a distinctly Nantucket style to illustrate the possibilities of downtown development and how the development might preserve and contribute to the historic urban and architectural character valued by the public participants.
I created the model and images shown here in a day and a half so that the public could respond to the policy recommendations being made within the framework of a “physical” vision during the charrette.
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