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Contributers
Instructor:

John Lanterman
TA:

Brandon Heald
Students:

Planning Team:

Brian Ferry - Team Leader
Alma Madera
Patrick Paden
Stavros Roditis

Landscaping Team:

Natalia Marroquin - Team Leader
Sophie Erickson
Austin Gillis
Jessie Kouri

Architecture Team:

Madeline Pappas - Team Leader
Grant Johnson
Anthony Jones
Kellen Kiger
Benjamin Nussbaum
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Table of Contents

Vision Statement .................................................................................... pg 4

Mission/ Goal ................................................................................... pg 5
Context .................................................................................................... pg 6

Regional/ State/ etc........................................................................ pg 8
Background............................................................................................ pg 10

Charts............................................................................................... pg 12

Figure Ground................................................................................. pg 15
Master Plan ............................................................................................. pg16

Master Plan ..................................................................................... pg 18

Land Use.......................................................................................... pg 20
Street Details .......................................................................................... pg 22

Precedents ..................................................................................... pg 24

Street Specifics ............................................................................... pg 25

Transportation/ Circulation ........................................................... pg 33
Gateway.................................................................................................. pg 34
Blue Riverwalk ........................................................................................ pg 38

Master Plan & Details ..................................................................... pg 40

North Riverwalk .............................................................................. pg 42

Festival Plaza .................................................................................. pg 43

Festival Bridge ................................................................................ pg 44

South Riverwalk ............................................................................. pg 45
ODI Block ...............................................................................................

Option 1 .........................................................................................

Option 2 .........................................................................................

Option 3 .........................................................................................

Option 4 .........................................................................................

Option 5 .........................................................................................

pg 48
pg 51
pg 56
pg 61
pg 66
pg 71

Conclusion ............................................................................................ pg 76

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Vision Statement

4

Silverthorne: Designed for Locals;
Experienced by Everyone
As a gateway to the Rocky
Mountains, downtown Silverthorne
is a magnetic place recognized
for its public art, local flavor, and
walkable amenities. The Blackbox
Theatre, unique riverwalk, festival
bridge, and pedestrian oriented
streets create a destination for
visitors and residents. The intimate
downtown scale naturally forms
a sense of place. Downtown
Silverthorne’s design reflects the
beauty of its natural setting.

5

Context
This Chapter will provide some
information that will proceed and
introduce where the town of Silverthorne
is located and identify its surrounding
cities. It will also give some information
on the location of the Blue River and
parcel locations.

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7

Context
Every Spring at The University of Colorado at
Boulder (CU Boulder), students are required
to enroll in a Praxis Class during their Junior
Years. The Praxis Class is designed to give
students hands on design experience
through application of their skill sets in a real
world design project. This Spring 2016, John
Lanterman offered a Praxis Studio focused
on rehabilitating Downtown Silverthorne. By
working directly with the city planning board
in Silverthorne, the students enrolled were
able to participate in the rehabilitation by
designing a new set design guidelines for
the downtown area. The design guidelines
include urban design and landscape master
plans, design drawings for a new pedestrian
bridge and plaza, and design options for
city blocks in downtown Silverthorne.

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Fort Collins
HWY 40

Steamboat Springs

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Boulder

13

Silverthorne
Denver
Glenwood Springs

8:30 p.m.

5:15 a.m.

Vail

I-70

Breckenridge
HWY 9

I-25

Aspen
Grand Junction

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Colorado Springs

5:45 p.m.

6:50 a.m.
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HWY 285

Dec 21
Winter Sun Path

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June 21
Summer Sun Path

HWY 550

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