The Korean Bell Garden  Meadowlark Botanical Garden  We were approached by prominent artist David Chung, who had been selected by the Korean American Cultural Committee, to help with the design and construction of a garden and bell pavilion for the Korean community of the Washington metropolitan region.  The five-acre site is located within the Meadowlark Botanical Garden and had to fit within the pre-existing master plan oriented around a lake. The design links and clarifies an existing path system but goes further by giving explicit emphasis to the importance of the water by making the entry to the garden a viewing platform and a gathering place at the edge of the lake.
       
     
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   Proposed Park Master Plan
       
     
   Site Plan:  Proposed Bell Pavilion
       
     
   Section:  Bell Pavilion Site
       
     
   Section:  Bell Pavilion Site
       
     
   Diagram:  Arrival
       
     
   Diagram:  Main Axis
       
     
   Diagram:  Light/Dark
       
     
   Diagram:  Water and Rooms
       
     
   Plan:  Phase One
       
     
   Plan:  Phase Two
       
     
   Plan:  Bell Pavilion
       
     
   Plan:  Bell Pavilion
       
     
   Elevation:  Bell Pavilion
       
     
   Section:  Bell Pavilion
       
     
   Model:  Bell Pavilion
       
     
  The Korean Bell Garden  Meadowlark Botanical Garden  We were approached by prominent artist David Chung, who had been selected by the Korean American Cultural Committee, to help with the design and construction of a garden and bell pavilion for the Korean community of the Washington metropolitan region.  The five-acre site is located within the Meadowlark Botanical Garden and had to fit within the pre-existing master plan oriented around a lake. The design links and clarifies an existing path system but goes further by giving explicit emphasis to the importance of the water by making the entry to the garden a viewing platform and a gathering place at the edge of the lake.
       
     

The Korean Bell Garden
Meadowlark Botanical Garden

We were approached by prominent artist David Chung, who had been selected by the Korean American Cultural Committee, to help with the design and construction of a garden and bell pavilion for the Korean community of the Washington metropolitan region.

The five-acre site is located within the Meadowlark Botanical Garden and had to fit within the pre-existing master plan oriented around a lake. The design links and clarifies an existing path system but goes further by giving explicit emphasis to the importance of the water by making the entry to the garden a viewing platform and a gathering place at the edge of the lake.

Meadowlark Botanical Garden.jpg
       
     
   Proposed Park Master Plan
       
     

Proposed Park Master Plan

   Site Plan:  Proposed Bell Pavilion
       
     

Site Plan: Proposed Bell Pavilion

   Section:  Bell Pavilion Site
       
     

Section: Bell Pavilion Site

   Section:  Bell Pavilion Site
       
     

Section: Bell Pavilion Site

   Diagram:  Arrival
       
     

Diagram: Arrival

   Diagram:  Main Axis
       
     

Diagram: Main Axis

   Diagram:  Light/Dark
       
     

Diagram: Light/Dark

   Diagram:  Water and Rooms
       
     

Diagram: Water and Rooms

   Plan:  Phase One
       
     

Plan: Phase One

   Plan:  Phase Two
       
     

Plan: Phase Two

   Plan:  Bell Pavilion
       
     

Plan: Bell Pavilion

   Plan:  Bell Pavilion
       
     

Plan: Bell Pavilion

   Elevation:  Bell Pavilion
       
     

Elevation: Bell Pavilion

   Section:  Bell Pavilion
       
     

Section: Bell Pavilion

   Model:  Bell Pavilion
       
     

Model: Bell Pavilion