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Image Oggie Dog Balboa Park Botanical Building – Staghorn Fern – Alfred D. Robinson (1867-1942), founder and president of the San Diego Floral Society, suggested building a home bar as a feature of the Panama-California Exposition, which opened in the city of San Diego on 1 January 1915. The idea was not part of the plans prepared by landscape architect John C. Olmsted and architect Bertram Goodhue, the leading designers of the exhibition as it was originally planned. However, the idea is gaining ground. Olmsted and architect Irving Gill San Diego, which was supposed to help Goodhue expressed their consent. The shape of the house should not slats was clear. It was meant as a lattice arbor could be thought of in a canyon, but the thoughts and lath house grows. It was like a dream, Robinson wrote: Where was I? Ten minutes earlier, I’m thirsty green lawns and trees in a country was scorched by the sun, then I went to the Garden of Eden. Palms and ferns and flowering plants and vines on all sides send their delicate scents in the air at night with the smell of damp earth and the recent rain mix, as intoxicating as a project champagne. I opened my mouth and took a deep breath a sigh of supreme satisfaction, then turned to my friend with a quizzical look almost silly. He understood and said, “Come seats and I’ll explain.” We were in the biggest house Latte never planned such a pleasant place where the band played and we sat was a great dome, 500 meters. Diameter, rising by a dome 50 meters in the air lifted. Column Selection drove vines, jasmine taste so sweet, begonias and tecomas garish shade and tubes Dutch curious. Palms from many countries and many forms adjacent borders and beds here and there, while begonias and other foliage plants located at their feet. Orchids hanging in the air with their strangely beautiful flowers. This courtyard has six arms or missed wide streets and collected in every culture and graceful harmony a large family of plants. There were thousands and thousands of varieties, and in each case unique. Lighting was not carefully planned so do not hit the eye offensively and the overall effect was still absolutely ravissante.Ni Olmsted Gill remained with the show long enough to see the house plans slats finished. they moved from the scene, opposition announced after the other, with the ideas and strategies that have been the Director General of exposure DC Collier, Director of Public Works Frank P. Allen, Jr., and architect Goodhue. Such ideas have led to the construction of the Panama-California Exposition in Balboa Park central mesa area at the frontier sud.Bien that information almost on the steps, which is the building out as materialized botany, drawing survives showing look like Carleton M. Winslow, architect Goodhue site thought the building is. His drawing shows a massive 600 square meter structure 100 meters high with a Spanish Renaissance ornament front and side wings that seem to be relegated to the use of a smaller slats. Band concerts were held in a courtyard. Opposite this magnificent monument to a long rectangular pool extends south to east-west main road, where most of the buildings exposure should placés.Bien Winslow created the design Goodhue was the guiding spirit behind. Yes, he is to unmask idea Goodhue buildings a straight east-west line that would be broken by the great and had minor north-south axes and soft. By a portico, which ran from building to building Not only incorrigible romantic Goodhue who had succumbed to the charm of the Spanish-colonial buildings in Old Mexico, he was also haunted by reflections of water, which he had seen during a trip to Iran in 1902. He had already taken similar pools on the hotel grounds in Santa Barbara Gillespie, and would do it again in its Spanish Colonial at California Institute of Technology Pasadena.Pour reasons lost to posterity, changed Goodhue, Winslow and all the appearance of the building of a palace Botanical Spanish Renaissance in simplified form and function appears now. In his book The architecture and gardens of the San Diego Exposition, Winslow said he was responsible for the design and Thomas P. Hunter, the resolve and the Cabrillo bridge engineer, structural problems. Whether the control of the architect Goodhue was responsible for the execution. Who developed the ideas he was given credit for the design of buildings. This is the standard architectural practice that firms, rather than the individual, still gets credit and applaudissements.De many authors have speculated botany on a prototype for construction. It was not built the first latte large enclosure in the United States because of it. Latte a structure at Henry E. Huntington Gardens in San Marino, California The building resembles the Umbracle or a shady garden structure, designed by Josep Fontsere i Mestre and implemented for the 1888 World’s Fair in Barcelona, ​​Spain. These buildings are used blades (blades) is a generously shaded by tropical plants. Inputs, but the ends of the building, are iron columns within retard the roof, and the flaps in half sheets which are formed to meet at the top. What is hiding outside of the plant, it is impossible to see the building as a whole. Unlike Botanical Building in San Diego, the interior is its most important. Visitors will be able to wrought iron beds, as they sit looking at the landscape. We would think that someone in San Diego knew of their existence. Until it can be made, is the similarity between the two buildings was to be a coïncidence.Les logs that the excavations for the building began in San Diego in August 1913.11 In November 1913 indicate Steel had happened. Logs indicate not that the steel came from the company Kahn, the company that supplied the steel for Cabrillo Bridge. In July 1914, the San Diego Sun reported the building before 1 Opening in January 1915 has been completed, so that the plants can be placed inside. Works Director Allen, who has been recognized as an expert in economy and efficiency, was responsible for the construction. Billed as “the largest lath house in the world”, its dimensions were 250 feet long, 75 meters wide and 60 meters high, a little less than 600 square meters, 100 meter tall building proposed 1912.Le building had three names. His unofficial name that was quickly dismissed was Horticulture Building, the official name was Building Botany, and her name was popular Lath Palace. Rounded shapes, what critics call soft and feminine. Upon opening in 1915, ran a series of white stucco arches over the entire length of the front, which. On a lower floor Five sheets, forming a forwardly projecting, the entry in the medium. Two of these circular arcs at the left and right sides were supplemented by Persian style octagonal domes. They served as inputs intermediate arcs of glass plates by scarf horizontal and vertical glass panes were separated were then surrounded by redwood dowels which capture light in while offering a retreat to nature harems replaced in Muslim countries. This deviation from the original specifications was probably during a radical renewal in 1957-59. Aesthetic loss was négligeable.La upper central portion encloses the barrel vault of the wings of a large arch picket lines, the. By a dome, which is limited to a small open topped dome that is allows a backbone with notes There is a congruence of the form and scale between central dome and lateral arches. Steel beams and vaulted dome support 70,000 feet of red wooden slats are curved to match the shape of the building is. The color of the redwood is as the name suggests. In 1915, the interior has a number of palms, bamboo, banana and Aralia Aralia elegantissima held chabrierii and Superintendent Paul Thiene landscaping was ready for transplantation in nurseries Park from 1912. Most plants rose from the basement and are not shed. Excreted Linnets, thrushes and canaries bird cages lived among larger plants. The plants were watered by hand or by tubes equipped with overhead spray nozzles. A problem is not clear, in 1915, the rapid growth of bamboo and ficus pandurata Aracuaria bidwillii was under the arcades and Cocos plumosa a hand under the dome. These tall plants have increased due to the general disk. As a result, after 1917, they were removed or coupés.Pendant projected north many years after 1915, a greenhouse-long steel and glass from the rear of the center console. This feature, like most greenhouses were built for exhibitions and other parks. It was functional form and was hidden behind the lath Palace that very few people knew what she looked like. Visitors could see the inside of the greenhouse effect. The windows were glazed and the atmosphere was damp. No drainage was being out of the basement, a defect that has been set forth, in 1923.Ici tropical plants that astonished visitors to the exhibitions. . . Anthuriums, crotons, Dracaenas, Monstera deliciosa, Philodendron, Alcicorne Platycerium (staghorn ferns) and Isolepsis an ear, like grass ground cover. Lilies, including the Victoria regia long leaves and the smallest leaf and Victoria cruziana prosperpinacoides Myriophyllum formed a canopy over a swimming pool in the middle. Lagodium japonicum away a climbing wall, which were later found with Myriophyllum harmful species, and Philodendron asperatum wrapped around steel columns. Goniophlebium Nephrolepsis and ferns hanging baskets and 25 to 35 meters long aerial roots of Vitis Utilis a parent vine, suspended ceiling. An extensive irrigation system, the hot water was in the pool. The water was distributed to a small pond in front of the palace of the blades, where mild temperatures allowed the growth of Lotus, Nelumbo nucifera and Alba grandiflora. Given the enormous amount of plants in the greenhouse Superintendent John Morley, at the end of 1916, said he was too small and has expressed his desire to further grand.Un 50,000 gallons in the pond Botanical front of the building, sometimes called La Lagunita, approximately 43 meters wide and 50 meters long, more than 250,000 gallons of pond is separated, sometimes called La Laguna, about 43 feet wide and 195 feet long driveway topped wooden balustrade on both ends by ballot, two on each side, to grow in the Blue Agave. The water depth at La Lagunita varies from 8 inches to 5 feet, the depth of the La Laguna from 2 feet to 7 feet. Robert M. Golden replaced wooden balustrade and plaster with concrete urns in 1964 at a cost to him 000.Les two lagoons were designed to be reflective, but waste algae and animals sometimes made thicker than the water lagoons contained no fish, but do not contain Aquatic Plants of lily (nymphs lotus “asparagus”. (Nelumbo), water hyacinth, water Poppies, Parrot Feathers, Thalia, Arrowhead, water iris and Cape Pondweed. Crus increased density as they approached the top of the La Laguna. According architect Winslow was stand density in La Lagunita “almost flood-like.” When it was opened to the public in 1915 transplanted some plants in the ground pit submarine. others were submerged, box and all, at a depth of 8-12 cm All potted plants are in 2002 with the exception of two small beds ground north-east and north-west of the great World War lagune.Pendant La Laguna ends in a swimming pool was the naval station transforms Marine training, then in Balboa Park, was able to learn to swim. Chemise cement was placed on the floor. Some Citizens protested. The San Diego Union reported the entire depth of five feet. since the depth of the Laguna has always been flat, it is doubtful that the pool was effective for swimming, but it was a good topic for photos.Après war, two ponds, returned to the original applications. Planting followed the plan which was for the Panama-California was prepared from 1915 to 1916 (International) Exposition. Many plants have been given. Others came from the city of San Diego, nurseries in Balboa Park is starting a original program plantations occurred some time in the 1970s when two Everglades Palms, Acoelorraphe wrightii, 15-30 feet in height and width added, at the upper end of the pond in front of the railing. employees founded the sprawling Palms say that they ” framed “building botanique.La WWII leads to another important change, if not the depth of the pond, the use of two feet raised and appeared as a pool for a naval hospital patients, had taken over the building and grounds of the former exhibition. diving allowed. demonstrators were accused of accused of “unpatriotic”. surface coated waterproof material for the manufacture of boxes and plants needed to create a labyrinth in the pool now encombré.Après war were made attempts to restore the ponds with limited resources parks. response to pressure, the Council of San Diego, the City of San Diego Park Commissioners canceled and fly casters allowed across the pond use. mounted Following protests, the Council has decided to use the pond for spinning fly casting authorize the weekend These applications have been abandoned, as a casting pool was open fly in Morley 1949.Société CE Wylie Construction and Southland given electrical labor and material costs for the installation of a system scum sucking water filtration in 1994. Since the ponds were relatively clear, sometimes better, sometimes worse, depending on the environment and animals that personnes.Autres regular patch-ups, have large restorations carried out in 1949, 1964 and plagued by constant problems 1999.Les ponds, inviting the following can be summarized: Try improve thinking ability and also allows its use as a framework for water plants attempts to reduce. algae and other unwanted objects, including goldfish, carp, turtles, and boulders. Attempts libertines its use by the visitors, who discouraged fall accidentally or intentionally. experiments, wild birds, especially ducks discourage focus on the waters , fish and vegetable consumption and leave droppings. Attempts try to consume mosquito larvae by vairons.Tout, a problem that the larvae feed resolve to fight Gambusia minnows causes other than citizens of the Park Department and newspapers wrote complaining about their stupid Unlike colorful koi éjecté.La Lagunita and La Laguna have many attractive features, but it is the largest pond reflects the botanical building and offers the city of San Diego and a number of artists who they think are the scenic view of the city.The building Botany and ponds passive zones, where people go and stop to see and enjoy earning. They contain little detail in the rich variety of plants and flowers that are scattered their faces and a nice set (except for the addition of two Everglades Palms ). has its charms, not least the fantastic symphony of colors — white and green and red and blue — that was créé.Du Palace slats home and greenhouse, the palace Lath is everything still is. it because of its plastic values, spectacular position at the top of the two lagoons reflective (plus clear transparent), and admired contrasts with the hard edge of the other buildings in the park. Alfred D. Robinson, if he were alive today, one wonders what he said building botany say. Since it is not a showcase for his favorite plants — azaleas, begonias and ferns — it probably prefer the functional structure and easy for fuchsias at the San Diego Wild Animal Park, where the plants by wooden frames and nets be protected instead of fins, it was so comforting expression of his opinion to see the finished building botany is very clear. Mind is in the consideration of options in a terrible house richly decorated latte Even a dome shifted only in exceptional circumstances and where space .. allows large coverage Which, for some reason, because a certain proximity of the batten seems necessary for best effets.Revenant over editor of California Garden in 1915, Robinson gave the impression that his heart was also: Although the garden is not to a house slats covered acres, which is the cost of building developed horticulture could be built to get, such a forced, is a day in Balboa Park It. groupings of shrubs and plants, ferns, fragrant corners and alcoves and visitors to our city ​​needs a place to go and started a place of exchange, a garden with sun terrace to see the order, turns a wind whispering zephyr, a Garden of Eden with no serpent. Let us be thankful for our horticulture building. This title could hardly House Latte be true, but we think ten acres under a slatted pergola, partly on the flat part goes down the stairs into a ravine, illuminated sent like fireflies, and we feel strong enough to bring the reality before any other place captures the idea and reaps the fruits of originality As Robinson said Eugen Neuhaus, professor of drawing at the University of California, had mixed feelings about the building in Balboa Park Botanical His words deserve to be quoted:. .. A Botanical Building in San Diego is a joke, I can not stop m. A climate that produce poinsettias will Bignonias tender begonia, bougainvillea and nature is not such an abundance protected buildings for a number of flowers that looked as if interned observation.37Dans a hospital for his writings on plant conditions in San Diego, nursery woman Kate Sessions silent about botany Building.38Quiconque visited many greenhouses in the United States, such as the Conservatory in Golden Gate Park published, San Francisco Conservatory, Garfield Park, Chicago, Conservatory in Como Park, St. Paul and Climatron the Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis, must feel disappointment when they are Botany inside the building. gardeners are conscientious and knowledgeable about plants, but they are limited by the size of the building, the pot plants many , to be taken as flowers wither, and undisciplined nature plants that are periodically by the break toit.Le mildew, rust and termites eternal problems. pigeons are a nuisance, but are not gardeners say — maybe — whether people stop flying away under the plants through roots and cuttings.39 pots in which many of them can grow anywhere facile.Pour all its limitations and narrowness hardly anyone in San Diego wants to end the Botanical Building. history learns that The bureaucrats of the city has proposed to do in 1944.40 But even in its dilapidated in the years after World War II, San Diegans wanted to keep the building as it lifted mind in a way that nothing else could as Andrew Marvell (1621-1678) put it in his poem “Thoughts in a Garden”. while the spirit of joy attracts less, in his luck mean:. Spirit, that ocean where each kind Does straight its own resemblance find, but manages to go beyond these, Far other worlds, and other seas: destroy everything in fact think green in color verte.Le Botanical Building in Balboa Park was completely renovated in early 2002 to get damaged lath and otherwise defective units in the building to a Price from 4000.00 to restore, or about ten times the cost of, 386, 00 of 1915.41 and eight times the cost of 069.00 renovations from 1957 to 1959.42 During the restoration in 2002, an attempt was made to the color of the building to determine when he was introduced to the city in 1915. While there are many colorful postcards of the building this time and many paintings by artists show how the building in 1915, provided for the conservation laboratories Winterthur Museum in Wilmington, Delaware, is found to its original color through the test pieces of samples from the two screws and nuts grating observed a sample inside color tape printing, and a sample timber, had been sent returned to Winterthur analysis.43Mot the color substrate for the steel girder was inside “dark gray” (commercial equivalent Benjamin Moore 2139-10, River Rock). color for the “fragment of wood” was described (or not) “degraded wood substrate” as described (commercial equivalent Benjamin Moore 2139-20, Dakota Woods). 44 Subsequently, the City of San Diego Historic Resources Board staff has decided must reproduce the original color of the building slats in the building “Benjamin Moore 2137-20, Char Brown.” be deleted, the difference between the results of the Winterthur Museum Laboratories and Commission staff is represented by historic resources by the Council of the historic resource, feel that “green is the color selection of the consultants for the wood.” Valid or not, was the advice of the consultant not suivi.Le result of this belief in capricious Laboratory tests of screws, trusses and wood fragments in 1957-1959 may have been sanded, painted during and between restorations and replacements, could have been altered, often have the word “original” does not make sense that San Diego in 2002 building that does not like the building, which has long been seen has. whether the new treatment is a dark “improvement” to decide for the people of San Diego. You can not say, however, that the color of the building in front of them ” historic “is, unless the story began in 2002 and not 1915.Carleton Mr. Winslow, who designed the building said Botany, that the slats were redwood (red wood) and steel beams were painted to match the redwood. He said. “match” and not. “complete” can be drawn redwood black or gray or green into consideration in any stretch of the imagination protocol, the Board of Directors of the Park, May 15, 1973 and claimed to be a “bright spot” was [originally were] was used. “No documentation exists to show the color of redwood, was changed during restorations in 1924 or 1933. Bar Steel, however, sandblasted and painted and windows replaced in 1933. Similarly, there is no indication the proposal by architect Richard Requa replace the dark brown color of the green stripe on “the central part of the building, overlooking the pool and on the nerves along the curved dome on the east side arranged and West Wing” for the second year of the California Pacific International Exposition implemented (1936). was A Guide for 1941 Balboa Park, the color of redwood lath describes as “brown”. A photo of the exterior of buildings botanical in “A Book of Memories for Eternity” by Lillian published in 1925 Palmer beetroot and colorful postcard from Western Publishing & Novelty Company, Los Angeles, issued until April 1935, show that the vertical slats in the large arch over the entrance to the center, were of Rhoicissus Capensis, an evergreen vine that is limited within the boundaries of the arc covered. Postcards was for Other California Pacific International Exhibition of 1935-1936 slats less growth. Based on the available data, it is likely that the vine was added during a renovation in 1924.50 Whatever the reason for his presence and the presence of eucalyptus trees that grow in front of the East and West wings, both of which were removed for the exhibition of 1935 to 1936 because they were considered defects. Not impressed with this explanation, Requa wanted to replace the missing vines painting verte.Après interruption due to the Second World War, as The building was destroyed and worsen botanical allows restorations in 1957-59 was 1973 and 1994 of rhetorical point préciserUn unsigned articles weekly, May 6, 1955, said the building “began its life as a ward of Santa Fe,” which has been degraded ” and rebuilt in the park. “No source for this claim is later, though, given Leo Calland, director of the park, has been prominent in the article cited February 2, 1975, San Diego Evening Tribune reporter Patricia Dibsie city nurseries supervisor George Kempland with the words : “… This building was originally supposed to be a train station, where the trains turned around this device was supposed to under the huge dome in the center of the structure is to go” as speculation and not fact “A lawyer is the words to revise “. circling trains Why Under such a dome decorated best railway engineers to explain leave. Curiously, the building in Balboa Park, which most resembles a roundhouse where locomotives turned on a turntable for positioning in the stands for maintenance, Rotunda Ford turntable The middle was usually left exposed to escape even if it was covered sometimes supported by a conical roof with steel beams with an opening at the top of the smoke ‘s built. Roundhouse A in Truckee, CA, for the Southern Pacific Railroad and demolished in the 1940s, a exemple.Au extensive renovations during the 1957-1959 12 miles or 70.000 feet was again redwood replaced the old and building lost its arcades, mullioned front side windows at the entrance and canopy north wing. destruction of the greenhouse and need repair the replacement of the irrigation system. A Blueprint for 1960 Balboa Park

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