James Corner Field Operations via The Atlantic

Since 1937, San Francisco's Doyle Drive has bisected a section of land known as the Presidio, which was a U.S. Army base until it was decommissioned in 1994. Last year, construction finished on a road replacement project that buried the roadway in tunnels and cleared the way for a new 14-acre parkland that will reconnect the two pieces of the decommissioned base. James Corner Field Operations, the New York firm designing the park, has planned a terraced landscape that aims to maximize views. Read the complete article by Nate Berg (an ARCHITECT contributor) in The Atlantic.

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