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THE RING - LOUISVILLE CHILDREN'S MUSEUM, EXPERIENTIAL GREEN DESIGN - page 1

Interactive experience, internal ADA ramp design and solar power.
The Ring proposal for a new Children's Museum in Louisville Kentucky embodies both experiential and "green" design. It features ADA grade ramp circulation in an innovative format that discards traditional floor planes. Bold geometric shapes and rainbow colors enhance the experience inside and out yet maintain street level view corridors.

Over 500 solar panels form part of the Ring’s southern skin. Visible to museum visitors and passersby on 3rd Avenue, they broadcast “green design”. Prominent exterior and interior LED lit signs highlight the solar panels’ sustainable and educational attributes, continuously updating their daily energy contribution. Other green design elements include fenestration oriented to access natural light and seasonal solar heat.

Louisville Children's Museum seen from 3rd Ave. Louisville Children's Museum seen from Broadway. Louisville Children's Museum Lobby and Spiral. Louisville Children's Museum ADA Ramp. Louisville Children's Museum perspective sections. Louisville Children's Museum seen from aerial perspective.
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