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Andrey Chernykh

B.Des, MLA Candidate 416-627-7207 ac.chernykhandrey@gmail.com http://issuu.com/andreychernykhportfolio

EDUCATION 2017

Candidate for Master of Landscape Architecture. John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape & Design. University of Toronto. Toronto, ON, Canada

2011

Bachelor of Design (Environmental Design). Department of Design, OCAD University. Toronto, ON, Canada

EXPERIENCE May 2016 - present

Graphic Production Assistant, North Design Office. Toronto, ON, Canada - Assisted in graphic production, research and administration - Co-organized exhibition of 2nd year MLA student work on Humber Bay Park at Metro Hall - Assisted in assembling student projects from Regenerative Landscape Design course into a booklet for presentation to Harbord Village Residents’ Association in Toronto. - Assisted in assembly and design of “Resurfacing Taddle Creek” outdoor installation as part of 2017 Toronto Offsite Design Festival

Sep. 2015 - Dec. 2015 Sep. 2016 - Dec. 2016

Teaching Assistant (Site Technologies MLA 1 & 2), John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape & Design. University of Toronto. Toronto, ON, Canada.

May 2015 - Jan. 2016

Junior Landscape Designer, Joel Loblaw Inc. Toronto, ON, Canada - Assisted in designing private residential landscape for various clients - Utilized hand-sketching and SketchUp as primary tools for developing ideas - Developed research in social media and company marketing/design of promo material

2013 - 2015

Junior Landscape Designer, Sander Design. Toronto, ON, Canada. - Assisted in designing private residential landscapes. - Utilized hand-sketching, AutoCAD and SketchUp as primary tool in developing ideas. - Conducted site visits and presentations to clients


AWARDS 2015 2011 2008 2007

Ontario Association of Landscape Architects Scholarship Landscape Architecture Endowment Scholarship Four Seasons Hotels Ltd. Award James Robertson Scholarship Humber Valley Club Scholarship

EXHIBITIONS/INSTALLATIONS 2016 2016 2015 2012 2011

Humber Bay Park MLA II student exhibition Canada Blooms “HaBEEtat” garden booth installation Come Up To My Room “Common Thread” textile art installation Talking Cities (OCAD Alumni Show - Gladstone Hotel) Mobile Installation OCAD University Environmental Design Thesis Projects Graduate Exhibition

COMPETITIONS 2016

Ontario Tire Stewardship Student Design Challenge. 1st place in Landscape Design category & 2nd place in Industrial Design category. (Project partners: Leonard Flot, Tom Kwok)

2016

Toolkit of Cycling Infrastructure Retrofits: Strategic Solutions for GTHA cities. Honorable Mention in “Cities of Tomorrow” competition. (Project partner: Kamila Grigo)

2015

“Imagine A Don Valley Neighbourhood: Design Charette”. Student Participant.

SKILLS Effective communication and teamwork Excellent organization and attention to detail Responsible and capable of working independently Presenting & facilitating Digital Fabrication Sketching/drawing/painting (pencil, watercolour, ink) Fluent in English & Russian

SOFTWARE Rhinoceros 3D Modelling Grasshopper (basic profficiency) ArcGIS mapping and analysis SketchUp Pro 3D modelling AutoCAD drafting Adobe Creative Suite CS5 (InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop)


CONTENTS

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THE CONFLUENCE: HUMBER BAY DELTA

8 - 15

HARBORD VILLAGE GATEWAYS

16- 21

TOOLKIT OF CYCLING INFRASTRUCTURE: STRATEGIC SOLUTIONS FOR GTHA CITIES

22 - 27

SUBLIME ANTHROPOCENE

28 - 33

ART INSTALLATIONS/ DETAILS

36 - 45

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

46 - 51

RE-IMAGINING SORAUREN PARK

54 - 59

THE VARVE URBAN PARK

60 - 67


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PUBLIC LANDSCAPES

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THE CONFLUENCE: HUMBER BAY DELTA Location | Toronto, ON Canada

Advisors | Pete North, Nicolas Koff Project partner | Leonard Flot 2016

Responding to the realities of urbanisation and its adverse effects on lake Ontario and Toronto’s watersheds, Humber Bay Park finds itself at a precarious stage. Largely unchanged from its origins as a park in the 1980s and facing the programmatic pressures of canonic condo boom at the Humber Bay shores, the park’s identity and infrastructure is ripe for a re-think. Mimico creek, one of the most urbanised watersheds in the TRCAs (Toronto Region and Conservation Authority) jurisdiction faces a number of challenges including storm water runoff, increased pollution, sedimentation and habitat loss. Its larger neighbour to the east, Humber River, one of the largest watersheds faces the same pressures with almost 5 times urban development with addition of the urban sprawl at the headwaters. Historically the two tributaries have been joined by a delta more inland from the current positioning, however colonial settlement, resource extraction and increased urbanisation, split the tributaries to deal with the pressures of the city on their own. The proposal aims to bring Mimico creek and Humber River together for the first time in over 200 years into a combined delta at the Humber Bay, where restorative ecology, soil remediation technologies and social programming are intertwined. The large amount of contaminated sediment from both tributaries becomes the untapped resource that is harvested for building new land and restructuring the site into a resilient delta park. Combining restorative ecological processes and social elements the park provides relief for struggling watersheds and creates a 21st century public park that better serves the nearby residents and the city at large.

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proposed

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1867

1867

1867 1973

1973

1973

1973 1975

1975

1975

1975 1977

1977

1977

1977 2012

2012

proposed

2012

proposed

2012

proposed


bottom water

treatment plant outflow

surface water

stormwater outflow

COASTAL PROTECTION

SEDIMENTATION / FLOWS

EXISTING WETLANDS

PHYTOREMEDIATION

PHYTOREMEDIATION

MAR

AERATION PROCESS

2050

COMPOSTING MIXTURE

FEB

DREDGING

JAN

DEWATERING

PHYTOREMEDIATION

AERATION PROCESS

DREDGING

COMPOSTING MIXTURE

DEWATERING

2025

DEVELOPMENT PATTERN (GRID)

STORMWATER SEWER SYSTEM

JAN FEB

2100

MAR

JAN FEB MAR

APR

APR

APR

MAY

MAY

MAY

new urban development

JUN

JUN

lake ontario bathymetry contour (-10m)

JUL

paths and piers

SYSTEM WORKING AT CELLS CAPACITY

60% 10%

JUL

AUG

AUG

SEP

SEP

OCT

OCT

OCT

NOV

NOV

NOV

DEC

DEC

DEC

AUG

new treatment wetlands

SEP

channel digging

JUN

natural sedimentation

JUL

SYSTEM WORKING AT CELLS CAPACITY

100% 25%

SYSTEM WORKING AT CELLS CAPACITY

0% 100%

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HARBORD VILLAGE GATEWAYS Location | Toronto, ON Canada Advisor | Pete North 2016

In a diverse city like Toronto, an interesting street typology is found on the corners where major east-west avenues Harbord Street, College Street and Bloor Street intersect with small streets of the neighbourhood. Those intersections are transitory spaces between a bustling avenue and quiet residential streets; where cafes, restaurants, convenience stores, laundromats and cleaners can be found. These places provide opportunities for unique intersections of social and ecological exchange. From a social point of view, they are meeting points where people hangout, eat, and engage in discussion. Ecologically however, they are often absent of any green space, sometimes even trees, making them dirty, grey concrete left over spaces with no sense of place. It is long overdue to address those micro spaces as part of the network of established public spaces in Harbord Village, where they already enjoy a vibrant social demographic, and make them identity markers for the neighbourhood. Their location and intersection with the municipal stormwater sewer, position them as water retention spaces to combat stormwater runoff and deploy phytoremedial planting pallette as a strategy to prevent contaminants entering the municipal water drain. Most importantly, they have potential to become the gateways to neighbourhood’s stories, past and current memories as well as unrealised futures.

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SELECTED SITES

DESIGN FRAMEWORKS

BLOOR STREET

ROBERT STREET

MAJOR STREET

BRUNSWICK AVENUE

BORDEN STREET

LIPPINCOTT STREET

Main avenues

Small residential streets

Catch basins

Major entry points

NEIGHBOURHOOD MATERIALITY/ ARCHITECTURE SPADINA AVENUE

BATHRUST STREET

HARBORD STREET

NEIGHBOURHOOD ENTRY POINTS WITH OPPORTUNITY MICRO SITES ULSTER STREET

College St. and Borden Street

College St. and Major St.

College St. and Robert St.

Bloor St. and Major St.

Bloor St. and Brunswick St.

COLLEGE STREET

LEGEND BUILDINGS

0

100m

GATEWAY SITES

PROPERTY LINE

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Bloor St. and Borden St.


A Multi-mechanism Mat

Curb cut

A SITE PLAN 0

4m

Double catch basin

0

SITE SECTION AA 4m

PLANT LIST

COLLEGE ST. AND BORDEN ST.

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LAYOUT PLAN

0

1m

CONC. PAVING PER DETAIL 1300mm GROWING MEDIUM

STANDARD BRICK ON 20mm MORTAR SETTING BED

12mm BITUMINOUS BOARD CONC. PAVING PER DETAIL

200X150mm CONC. BASE WITH EXPANSION JOINT

750mm GROWING MEDIUM CITY OF TORONTO CURB TYPE AS SPECIFIED

3% SLOPE

200mm CRUSHER RUN LIMESTONE (19mm)

COMPACTED FILL 450mm CRUSHER RUN LIMESTONE (19mm)

ROAD

COMPACTED FILL

0

0

0.5m

1m

CURB CROSS SECTION CC 400 mm C

CONC. PAVING PER DETAIL

CONC. PAVINGCPER DETAIL

450mm CRUSHER RUN LIMESTONE (19mm)

B

12mm BITUMINOUS BOARD

CITY OF TORONTO CURB TYPE AS SPECIFIED

750mm GROWING MEDIUM CITY OF TORONTO CURB TYPE AS SPECIFIED

750mm GROWING MEDIUM

450mm CRUSHER RUN LIMESTONE (19mm)

ROAD

ROAD

COMPACTED FILL

COMPACTED FILL

B 0

0.5m

0

0

20

2m

CURB CROSS SECTION CC 1200 mm

0.5m


BRICK PAVERS SET WITH 10mm MORTAR JOINTS. 50mm OVERHANG REINFORCED CONCRETE 40mm ASPHALT

BRICK STRIP FEATURE 25mm OVERHANG

1300mm GROWING MEDIUM

STANDARD BRICK ON 20mm MORTAR SETTING BED

BRICKS RUNNING BOND SET ON 10MM MORTAR BED.

50mm CONCRETE BASE COURSE

CONC. PAVING PER DETAIL

200X150mm CONC. BASE WITH EXPANSION JOINT

150 mm CRUSHER RUN LIMESTONE (19mm)

200mm CRUSHER RUN LIMESTONE (19mm)

3% SLOPE

REINFORCED CONCRETE BRICK PAVERS SET WITH 10mm MORTAR FOOTING TO FROSTLINE JOINTS. 50mm OVERHANG REINFORCED CONCRETE

40mm ASPHALT

BRICK STRIP FEATURE 25mm OVERHANG

1300mm GROWING MEDIUM

STANDARD BRICK ON 20mm MORTAR SETTING BED

BRICKS RUNNING SETCLEAR ON 10MM 300x300mm CONT. BOND CRUSHED STONE MORTAR BED. 100mm DIA. PERFORATED PIPE CONNECT CONC. PAVINGSYSTEM PER DETAIL TO DRAINAGE

50mm CONCRETE BASE COURSE 200X150mm CONC. BASE WITH EXPANSION JOINT

150 mm CRUSHER RUN LIMESTONE (19mm)

200mm CRUSHER RUN LIMESTONE COMPACTED FILL (19mm)

3% SLOPE

REINFORCED CONCRETE FOOTING TO FROSTLINE 0

40mm ASPHALT

50mm CONCRETE BASE COURSE

SECTION BB WALL OPTION

STANDARD BRICK ON 20mm MORTAR SETTING BED

1m

300x300mm CONT. CRUSHED CLEAR STONE 1300mm GROWING MEDIUM

100mm DIA. PERFORATED PIPE CONNECT TO DRAINAGE SYSTEM CONC. PAVING COMPACTED FILL PER DETAIL

200X150mm CONC. BASE WITH EXPANSION JOINT

150 mm CRUSHER RUN LIMESTONE (19mm)

200mm CRUSHER RUN LIMESTONE (19mm)

3% SLOPE 0

1m

COMPACTED FILL

40mm ASPHALT

50mm CONCRETE BASE COURSE

1300mm GROWING MEDIUM

STANDARD BRICK ON 20mm MORTAR SETTING BED

150 mm CRUSHER RUN LIMESTONE (19mm)

CONC. PAVING PER DETAIL

200X150mm CONC. BASE WITH EXPANSION JOINT

200mm CRUSHER RUN LIMESTONE (19mm)

3% SLOPE COMPACTED FILL 0

1m

CONC. PAVING PER DETAIL

CITY OF TORONTO CURB TYPE AS SPECIFIED

450mm CRUSHER RUN LIMESTONE (19mm)

CITY OF TORONTO CURB TYPE AS SPECIFIED

750mm GROWING MEDIUM 12mm BITUMINOUS BOARD

CONC. PAVING PER DETAIL

0

450mm CRUSHER RUN LIMESTONE (19mm) ROAD CITY OF TORONTO CURB TYPE AS SPECIFIED COMPACTED FILL 750mm GROWING MEDIUM 12mm BITUMINOUS BOARD

SECTION BB NO WALL OPTION

1m

750mm GROWING MEDIUM

ROAD CONC. PAVING PER DETAIL 450mm CRUSHER RUN LIMESTONE (19mm)

COMPACTED FILL CITY OF TORONTO CURB TYPE AS SPECIFIED

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TOOLKIT OF CYCLING INFRASTRUCTURE RETROFITS: STRATEGIC SOLUTIONS FOR G.T.H.A. CITIES Location | Select municipalities in Ontario, Canada Project partner | Kamila Grigo 2016 Honourable Mention at the Cities of Tomorrow competition

Expanding cycling infrastructure in Ontario municipalities, particularly in Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA), is imperative in order to reap environmental, economic and health benefits. However, due to political and fiscal challenges and geographical realities, it is difficult for municipalities to implement large-scale, comprehensive cycling infrastructure projects. This submission for Cities of Tomorrow competition, therefore proposes a toolkit of cycling retrofit designs adaptable to existing railway infrastructure in strategic locations. The retrofitting of underused rail, and potentially additional transit corridors, is a faster, cost-effective and nimbler approach to providing cycling infrastructure, all while connecting with the existing landscape and increasing recreational and cultural programming. Rather than solely providing basic infrastructure, the designs proposed in this toolkit create places with social, cultural and ecological relevancy.

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MAPPING OPPORTUNITIES FOR STRATEGIC CYCLING INFRASTRUCTURE RETROFITS IN SAMPLE G.T.H.A. REGIONS 0

1

4km

Existing cycling network Proposed cycling routes Railway Corridors Opportunity nodes

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HAMILTON

BURLINGTON

TORONTO

MISSISSAUGA


OPPORTUNITY AREAS FOR STRATEGIC CYCLING INFRASTRUCTURE IN BURLINGTON

1245 PLAINS ROAD EAST

BURLOAK ROAD AND HARVEST ROAD

GREY STREET AND BRANT STREET

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TOOLKIT OF IDEAS

Image credit: Kamila Grigo

OVERPASS CANTILIVER

Image credit: Kamila Grigo

ACTIVE UNDERPASS

Benefits:

Benefits: - safety due to full separation from vehicular traffic - cycling rest stop amenities - active cycling playscape

Materials: - reinforced precast concrete components - steel guardrails

Materials: - reinforced precast concrete components - rubber surfaces - art installations - solar powered lighting

- safety due to full separation from vehicular traffic - use of existing corridor to provide local/regional cycling connections

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Image credit: Kamila Grigo

SOCIAL ROUNDABOUT Benefits: - safety due to full separation from vehicular traffic - cycling rest stop amenities - wooden platform to control traffic speed - historical/ cultural programming opportunities - bike repair stations Materials: - ipe wood - native planting - wood street furniture


ELEVATED CYCLING RING Benefits:

- safety due to full separation from vehicular traffic - cycling rest stop amenities - use of existing corridor to provide local/regional cycling connections - increased ecological opportunity beneath ring - passive programming opportunities (viewing platform, seating) Materials: - weathering steel - native planting - solar powered lighting - composite wood

Image credit: Kamila Grigo

ELEVATED CYCLING PATH

Image credit: Kamila Grigo

Benefits - safety due to full separation from vehicular traffic - provides right of way without using additional land - use of existing corridor to provide local/regional cycling connections - increased ecological opportunity beneath ring Materials: - steel structure - solar powered lighting - composite wood - reinforced concrete

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SUBLIME ANTHROPOCENE BURLINGTON QUARRY REHABILITATION Location | Burlington, ON Canada Advisors | Pete North, Nicolas Koff Project Partner | Kamila Grigo 2016

Rather than replaced, denied or camouflaged, the processes of limestone quarrying are exposed, and the Burlington Quarry continues operating as a deep quarry that extracts the existing limestone deposits known to exist beneath the current floor level. Quarrying processes are celebrated as on par with natural landform building processes, and with those of landscape architecture. This project acknowledges that the quarry has been tied to the area for over half a century and that the physical and economic activity of the quarry is woven into the community identity. An elevated concrete walkway traces the perimeter of the original blast area and offers viewing platforms to the unique, dramatic and constantly changing landscape below as quarry pits are mined or used as cleaning ponds. Visitors arrive at the visitor centre and walk the 3.4 km walkway past the industrial buildings and the permanent processing facilities now located in the centre of the walkway. This firsthand experience of walking and reflecting prompts visitors to consider the raw industrial landscape as one that is necessary and even beautiful, where ecology and industry are constantly in flux. By staging the uncovering of resource extraction processes, the project offers an experience unlike any other and asks people to confront the realities of what the rapidly urbanizing and densifying cities they live in are built of while allowing the successional resilience of novel ecologies to take over in areas left periodically unmined. This project operates on the premise that projected urbanization of the surrounding municipalities will increase demand for product while putting a strain on open space, meaning it will become economically viable to extract the deep limestone reserves found beneath the current licence. This is at once a pragmatic and a sustainable response given that continuing to quarry the current site prevents expansion to other sites.

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1954 CONDITION AND BLAST AREA

ACTIVE PITS AND QUARRIES_GREENBELT DESIGNATED AREA

Source: University of Toronto Map and Data Library

0

SCALE: 1: 8300

500m

CURRENT CONDITION

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Source: University of Toronto Map and Data Library

0

150 km

SCALE: 1:1250

Source: University of Toronto Map and Data Library; Nelson Aggregate

0

500m


SITE CONDITIONS AND HISTORIES SUN PATH

SEED DISPERSAL

ORIGINAL EXTRACTION AREA

EXISTING REHABILITATED AREA

ORIGINAL EXTRACTION AREA

ORIGINAL EXTRACTION AREA

CLOSURE AND REHABILITATION: process flow chart VIEW CORRIDORS

development and production 20 years

Original blast area

EXISTING REHABILITATED AREA

Existing rehabilitation zone

EXISTING REHABILITATED AREA

Seed dispersal

2–10 years

EXISTING REHABILITATED AREA

View corridors

WIND DIRECTION

credit: Yuan Zhuang, Zhuofan Wan

VIEW CORRIDORS

ORIGINAL EXTRACTION AREA

ORIGINAL EXTRACTION AREA

Solar path

EXISTING REHABILITATED AREA

ORIGINAL EXTRACTION AREA

monitoring 5–100 years

Wind direction

EXISTING REHABILITATED AREA

SUN PATH

credit: Yuan Zhuang, Zhuofan Wan

EXISTING REHABILITATED AREA

ANTHROPOCENE NOVEL ECOLOGIES MATRIX objectivist processes

operative processes [natural solution to filter to revovery]

[byproduct]

[novel habitat]

[potential program]

Ground water level rise A

C

TIME (YEARS)

B

D

ATV PARK

DEPTH D (M)

BASE AREA B (M 2 )

A OR C (M)

5

50

420 000

648

10

25

840 000

917

15

17

1 235 294

1 111

20

12.5

1 680 000

1 296

25

10

21 168 741

4 600

ALVAR

SILVICULTURE

WILDLIFE SANCTUARY pollen

AGRICULTURE EROSION

OVERBURDEN

RESILIENCE

ROCK BARREN

MUSEUM

[artistic/ experiential]

water ice wind

CAR RACING TRACK

SCREENINGS REMOVAL

HERBIVORY

tilling mowing cutting

EDUCATION CENTRE

CLIFF, CRACK, CREVICE, CAVE, TALUS

GOLF COURSE

SETTLING POND FINES RESEARCH SITE

VEGETATION ESTABLISHMENT

TOXIC WASTE

seed rootings plantings

high pH

BAGHOUSE FINES

SAND BARREN, DUNE

[social/ cultural] POLLINATOR FARM

ROUGH AND LOOSE SURFACE CONFIGURATION

COMPACTION SURFACE WATER

AQUACULTURE

digging and dumping

FOREST COMPETITION

SUBSURFACE WATER

CAMPGROUND

SOIL BIOENGINEERING wattle fences modified/ brush layers pocket planting joint planting live gully breaks, silt fences, bank protection, staking, smiles shade, reinforced earth walls

[open pit quarrying]

PRAIRIE

NATIVE SEED FARM

[philosophical] SCUBA DIVING PARK

seed

CONCERT VENUE

[novel ecology succession] MEADOW

[population] [urbanization]

[densification]

WETLAND

[deep quarrying]

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PROPOSED PHASING

WALKWAY CROSS SECTION

100m

100m

0

PRECAST CONCRETE WITH STEEL REINFORCEMENT

0

2022

2045

HSS ROUND COLUMN

100m 100m 0 0

2070

32

2100

0

1m


C

PROPOSED SITE PLAN B

A

B

A

C

SHED WELDING SHOP

SCALE HOUSE STAFF ENTRY/ EXIT WITH GATE OFFICE

FUEL PUMPS LUNCH ROOM

PERMANENT PROCESSING PLANT

SPONTANEOUS SUCCESSION OF NOVEL ECOLOGICAL ZONES

VISITOR ENTRY/ EXIT WITH GATE VISITOR PARKING VISITOR CENTRE

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ART INSTALLATIONS/ LANDSCAPE DETAILS

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TALKING CITIES OCAD Alumni exhibition Location | Toronto, ON Canada 2012

Part reflection, part collective art making - small urban artifacts (human litter) generated by people of Toronto and Chicago assemble into two microcosms of urban environment. It is a celebration of visual as well as aural urban noise - the primary elements that flesh out hidden patterns in evolution of human life in a predominantly urban setting. Artifacts – small photos, notes, lists, tickets, currency, bits of materials and other small objects of everyday use, donated by people, comprise the flesh and bones of two cities. It becomes a physical manifestation of a conversation between city of Toronto and Chicago, both of which are known to have similar social and geological histories. The collection of objects places an emphasis on “messy urbanism,” an important notion that is almost always ignored with city’s constant strife for perfection. In turn, the project attempts to speak above the political and economic landscapes that often trump cultural flourishing of the city. It places an importance on memory, senses and spontaneous interaction between communities – factors that drive the inexhaustible vibrancy of a prospering city.

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HA-BEE-TAT Location | Canada Blooms, Toronto, ON Canada. 2016 Faculty Advisor | Scott MacIvor Team members | Natasha Varga, Suhanija Arullsothy, Sandra Cook, Leonard Flot, Jianing Chee, Julie Wong, Kaitlyn Pelletier, Sarah Ko, Hannah Soules

The garden is inspired by the growing interest in public participation in pollinator conservation. There are many ways to provide habitat for wild bees and with over 350 species in Toronto and the surrounding region, gardeners that employ bee friendly strategies can attract a pollinator party all spring and summer long.

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·bee·tat

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Submission rendering Open screen elevation

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Planter construction

Main screen elevation


Photo credit: Hannah Soules

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SITE TECHNOLOGIES CASE STUDY: SIMCOE WAVEDECK Location | Toronto, ON Canada Advisor | Francesco Martire 2015

D10.03

TYP.

TYP.

TYP.

TYP.

5080

431

304

813

153

Element:

558

304

Wavedeck Ben 4064

Student Name:

WATER LINE

1:25

0.5

Andrey Cherny

Wavedeck Bench Plan & Elevation Wavedeck bench Plan & Elevation 1:25

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0.5

Drawing Number:

D10.0


717

44 X 38 MM IPE WOOD PLANKS ATTACHED WITH 6MM SCREWS SANDED AND CURVED FOR COMFORT 4 GA PREFABRICATED STEEL BENCH SUPPORT BOLTED TO STRUCTURAL TUBING

470

GLULAM COASTAL YELLOW CEDAR CUSTOM MILLED TO SPECIFIED RADII 88 X 88 MM COASTAL YELLOW CEDAR BEAM FOR IPE PLANKS AS SUPPORT AND NAILING SURFACE

38 X 88 MM IPE WOOD PLANKS

1245

914

267

235

508

946

GLULAM COASTAL YELLOW CEDAR CUSTOM MILLED TO SPECIFIED RADII

STEEL GIRDER AS MAIN SUPPORT

STEEL I BEAM 50 MM GALVANIZED BOLTS TO SECURE THE BASE OF BENCH

STEEL FLANGE TO PROVIDE ADDITIONAL SUPPORT FOR GLULAM BEAM

Element:

4 GA STRUCTURAL TUBE WELDED TO STEEL GIRDER AS A BASE FOR BENCH STRUCTURE

D10.03 Bench Detail Section 1:10

Waved

0.25 Student Name:

Andrey

1:10

0.25

Wavedeck Bench Section

Drawing Number:

D

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CASE STUDY DETAIL CO-OPT

1:25

44

1

Wavedeck bench Plan & Elevation


D10.06 Bench Detail Section 1:10

0.25

Model by Rachel Salmela

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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

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WILLOUGHBY RESIDENCE Location | Toronto, ON Canada Supervisor | Sander Freedman (SANDER DESIGN) 2013

The client for this garden was attracted to Japanese forest gardens and the atmosphere they produced. The inspiration came from the triangular shape of the property. The client wanted a low maintenance garden that was lush with planting and a small nook to relax in it. The Japanese torii gate became an interesting sculptural piece to frame a transition from home to nature. The screens along the perimeter of the garden were inspired by Japanese woodwork. A new deck was also built to accommodate additional room for lounging and watching the yard change with the seasons.

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12’

Photo credit: John Loper


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YOUNG RESIDENCE Location | Toronto, ON Canada Supervisor | Sander Freedman (SANDER DESIGN) 2014

This garden had good bones to it before the client wanted it to be redesigned. The paving consisted of a beautiful old credit valley stone that had a nice patina to it. The mature locust tree on site almost had a sculptural quality, because of its expressive bark, and the neighbouring heritage brick wall added a touch of history to the garden. We felt like it would be a good idea to reflect some of those qualities in the garden and play off some of the existing textures. The planting was cleaned up in favour of boxwoods, yews, and English vines with their subtle shades of green. The perimeter fencing design mimics the language of the neighbouring brick wall with layered cedar wood elements stained black. The deck was renovated with ipe wood and new railing to relate it closer to the traditional architecture of the house. Overall the new garden had a renewed freshness to it and a beautiful retreat for a very busy client.

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50

12’

Photo credit: John Loper


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URBAN PARKS

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SORAUREN PARK

RE-EMERGENCE OF PARKDALE’S FAVOURITE PUBLIC PARK Location | Toronto, ON Canada Advisors | Pete North, Andrea Mantin 2014

This studio project was inspired by pathways potential to be dynamic social spaces and by the existing site’s dysfunctional circulation. It builds in the premise that the movement of people can define a new vibrant path with programing arranged around it. The new social spine gives identity and new energy to this neighbourhood park.

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LAND USE

Park space

Institutional Commercial (Cafes) Office Commercial (Grocery) Religious Residential Industrial Sorauren Park

CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT

CIRCULATION APPROACH

INJECTION OF ECOLOGY THROUGH BUILD-UP OF EXISTING BERM

ARRANGEMENT OF PROGRAM ALONG THE SPINE

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CURRENT CIRCULATION


ENTRY

SPORTS STAGE

REFLECTIVE STAGE

SECTION AA

ANIMAL STAGE

SPORTS STAGE

SOCIAL STAGE

SECTION BB

PLANT LIST

Red Chokecherry Prunus virginiana

London Planetree Platanus acerifolia

Red Maple Acer rubrum

Black gum Nyssa sylvatica

Serviceberry Amelanchier alnifolia

American Beech Fagus sylvatica

Eastern White Pine Pinus strobus

A

Yarrow Achillea millefolium

Tall Fescue Festuca arundinacea

Prarie Dropseed Sporobolus heterolepis

Flax Linum usitatissimum

Red osier dogwood Cornus sericea

Coneflower Echinacea

Swamp Milkweed Asclepias incarnata

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01


ANIMAL STAGE B

REFLECTIVE STAGE - READING GARDEN - LOUNGING - LOOKOUT - SEATING - PICNICKING

OFF-LEASH DOG PARK

P1 P2

A

A

SORAUREN AVENUE

P3

SOCIAL STAGE FIRE PIT MEADOW HILL PATIO SPLASH PAD AMPITHEATRE

P4

TOWN SQUARE

FIELD HOUSE

B 58

WABASH AVENUE

WABASH COMMUNITY CENTRE

COMMUNITY COURTYARD

“THE RING” CYCLETRACK


PARK USAGE SCENARIOS

PERSPECTIVES

P1

INFORMAL USE

0 - 50 PEOPLE PER DAY

MOVIE NIGHT

50 - 100 PEOPLE PER DAY

P2

SPORTING EVENTS

200 - 500 PEOPLE PER EVENT

FARMER’S MARKET

50 - 300 PEOPLE ON THURSDAYS

P3

WINTER USE

0 - 100 PEOPLE PER DAY

ANNUAL PUMPKIN FESTIVAL 100 - 500 PEOPLE

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THE VARVE URBAN PARK SITE

Location | Toronto, ON Canada Advisors | Liat Margolis, Shadi Ramos 2015

Varve /’värv/ geological term describing thin layer of annual sediment or sedimentary rock. The Varve Urban Park is a unique park in the vibrant St. Lawrence neighbourhood in Toronto. The park is a departure from current condition of prescribed playscapes and standardized park spaces in favour of exploring an idea of open ended programming that focuses on play and active lifestyle framed around the idea of adventure and tactility. Early conceptual exploration was driven by generating interesting digital forms and adapting them to the urban landscape. The digital form and historical context inspired the material composition and the identity of the park. The site’s fill material is sorted and used as the main composition of the twisting concrete mounds - the focal elements of the park. It is a way to reconcile the material composition of this waterfront neighbourhood and establish a unique historical connection to its industrial past. Raw aggregate materials like mulch, gravel and mud are used as play materials for children to move, sculpt and dig, connecting them back to the landscape. The park brings a unique “urban nature” to city inhabitants and redefines park’s connection to the city and its history.

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1834

1886

1912

1959

2015


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DIGITAL FORM CONCEPTUAL EXPLORATION OPERATOR: TWIST

INTEGRATING DIGITAL FORM INTO LANDSCAPE

Locating major access points. Historical documents show railway lines running through the site.

Digital form is translated into mounds composed of layers of site’s fill material. Unique Ipe wood planks Soil and Aggregate contextual connection is formed.

Layered Reinforced Concrete

Layered Reinforced Concrete

Ipe wood planks

LANDSCAPE PLAN

Soil and Aggregate

Recycled Wood Mulch

RESIDENTIAL ST. LAWRENCE COMMUNITY RECREATION CENTRE

RESIDENTIAL

ST. LAWRENCE COMMUNITY RECREATION CENTRE

A

Fine Gravel

MARKET LANE JR. & SR. PUBLIC SCHOOL COMMERCIAL

COMMERCIAL

C C B

The Esplanade

B

Hanh Pl

Princess Street

The Esplanade

D

E

D

D

D

E Scadding Avenue

A Scadding Avenue

A

B

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C

B

C

RESIDENTIAL RESIDENTIAL

Planting

Planting

Hanh Pl

Princess Street

A

MARKET LANE JR. & SR. PUBLIC SCHOOL

The mounds dictate the paths in the park. The paths echo the former railways in their materiality of wood and steel. Better Recycled Wood Mulch Fine Gravel circulation and connectivity is introduced.

RESIDENTIAL RESIDENTIAL

0 0

5

Material Plan Scale 1:300

5 25m

Material Plan Scale 1:300

25m


SECTION ELEVATION AA

SECTION ELEVATION BB

SECTION ELEVATION CC

0

5

0

25m

5

0

25m

5

25m

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MOUND MATERIAL CAST SAMPLE

AGGREGATES

Soil

Silica Sand

Mulch

Sand & Concrete

Larger Aggregate

Paving Sand

Sand & Crushed Brick

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Brick chips

3D MOUND PART MODEL


0.04m x 0.09m IPE WOOD PLANKS

0.11 0.11m x 0.04m CORTEN ANGLE FRAME 0.18m CORTEN C CHANNEL

0.20

0.44 PEA GRAVEL 0.18m STEEL L CHANNEL

0.59 SQUARE CUT STEEL PIPE WITH BASE PLATE

0.49

MUD & AGGREGATE PILES

0.74 0.75m x 0.2m x 0.04m BRICK PAVER 0.08m CRUSHED SAND 0.15m BALLAST BASE COURSE

0.09 PRECAST CONCRETE BLOCK

0.10

CONCRETE SONOTUBE

COARSE GRAVEL

1.27

1.20

CONCRETE FOUNDATION

0.20

CRUSHED GRAVEL

0.15

CRUSHED GRAVEL

0.29

0.20

CONCRETE FOUNDATION

0.20 0.60

0m CRUSHED GRAVEL

1

2

3m

DETAIL SECTION ELEVATION EE

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Red Maple Acer rubrum London Planetree Platanus acerifolia

Sycamore Maple Acer pseudoplatanus

Paperbark maple Acer griseum

Zen Area

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Twisting Mound

White Pine (Pinus strobus)

Blue Spruce Picea pungens

Coniferous Promenade


Black gum Nyssa sylvatica

Prairie Dropseed Sporobolus heterolepis

American Beech Fagus Sylvatica

Paper Birch Betula papyrifera Tall Fescue Festuca arundinacea White clover Trifolium repens

Mud Play Area

Twisting Mound

Zen Area

Section Elevation DD 0 1

5

10m

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Andrey Chernykh MLA Portfolio 2017