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I WANT TO CREATE PLACES THAT NOT ONLY AESTHETICALLY PLEASING BUT ONES THAT EXCITE & DRIVE PEOPLE’S INTREST & WILL BRING THEM TOGETHER. THIS REQUIRES TESTING DESIGN BOUNDARIES AND STEPPING OUT OF OUR COMFORT ZONE AS DESIGNERS.


CHURCH OF THE RESURRECTION ROXI THOREN, EUGENE, OREGON

INFRASTUCTURAL PORTLAND

DENI RUGGERI, WILLET MOSS, & KEVIN CONGER, PORTLAND, OREGON PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

AUTOCAD PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

BART JOHNSON, EUGENE, OREGON

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CAMPUS WATERFRONT

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Campus Waterfront

CURRENTBuilding BUILDING DISTANCES Distances

Undergoing massive expansion in the past 10 years the University of Oregon has been refurbishing every building as quickly as possible. In small groups we investigated possibly placements for new expansion. The NORTH WATER FRONT CAMPUS was discovered as a university owned property that had been left derelict and had potential for expansion.

Student Riverfront Campus 1615’

Mackenzie 1240’

PROPOSED RIVERFRONT

LLC 830’

Global Scholars Hall 2740’

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Hedco Education School 2440’

UO Bu ings ild on UO s mpu

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Proposed AAA At Mac Court 1670’

EUGENE POPULATION 1900

Eugene population is roughly 3,300

EUGENE POPULATION 2000

Eugene population is 138,000

EUGENE POPULATION 2100?

Eugene population is projected to be 300,00 -500,000


NORTH WATER FRONT CAMPUS would be the new home for the University’s AA&A and Ecology departments allowing the University to REMBRACE AND RESTORE this riverfront property it has for many years neglected.

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Infrastructural Portland SERVE: SURROUNDING COMMUNITY Portland Post Office in downtown Portland is slated for demolition. We were broken up into groups to explore different options for development. My group was given “Landscape as Machine” and investigated how productive landscape can exist in the urban landscape.


UNITE: FRAGMENTED DISTRICTS

CONTINUE: NORTH PARK BLOCKS


ENERGY ENERGY

Energy usage for the site was calculated through the Energy Intensity Units of variously zoned buildings. We then identified satellite sites for energy production rating them for either solar or biogas production, identified pipes for stormwater energy production, and river areas for kinetic energy production.

TOTAL ENERGY PRODUCED

WATER

RENDERED BY MZ

750 MWh Produced Per Day

200 Mwh Will Be Used On Site Per Day

200 Mwh Will Be Used On Site Per Day

FOOD

RENDERED BY MZ

750 MWh Produced Per Day 50 Megawatt Hours per Day

Satellite Sites


WATER

FOOD PRODUCTION

All waste water on site can be cleaned and processed through UV water treatment program. Water can then be reused on site for the vertical farm, water feature, and grey water needs.

Bringing vertical farming into the heart of Portland will not only produce enough food to food shelters in surrounding area but also give a new definition of what urban food production is.

BLACK WATER

10,000 Gallons

STORM WATER

100,000 Gallons

10,377 gallons of black The sites water feature can CATCHMENT AREA water PROPOSED would be processed serve as a 1.72 Million gallon per day, the equivalence detention basin. This is rated of all residential and for a 90% of storm events commercial needs. covering 31 square blocks.

STORMWATER CATCHMENT ZONE

Community needs are about 4400 lbs of food per day

Vertical green is rated to produce an average of 4600lbs per day. A surplus of 200 meals per day

LOCAL FOOD BANKS

BLANCHET HOUSE UNION GOSPEL MISSION SISTERS OF THE ROAD CAFE ST. ANDRE BESSETTE CATHOLIC CHURCH: SUPPLIES MONTHLY GROCERIES TO FAMILIES PORTLAND RESCUE MISSION


Church Of The Resurrection THRESHOLDS

Church of the resurrection called for designing for a set of thresholds that currently exist on site.

E N T R A N C E

OAK WOODLAND

PROPOSED COURTYARD

PROGRESSION

The courtyard contains a baptismal font representing the first steps into the church through baptism.

SEASONALITY

Planting allowed from variety showing cycles of plants with the seasons.

WINTER

SPRING

FALL


STORMWATER MANAGEMENT One of the main concerns associated with this site was that of stormwater management. This was designed for by allowing the center courtyard where the baptismal font is to become a detention basin.

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Water flow on site is taken through the site.

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Water flows through 1/2� gaps in paving to center courtyard.

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Churchgoers interact with proposed detainment basin.


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PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

This layout plan was produced for PNCA plaza for my construction document studio. PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT


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BAY HOUSE PERGOLA 1/4”=1’


Mixed Media TOP RIGHT

China Town, San Francisco,CA 35 mm Color Film

BOTTOM RIGHT

Armory Fountain Portland, OR Digital

BENEATH

1954 GMC, San Rafael, CA 35mm BW Film, Colored Pencil


TOP RIGHT

Fountain Study, San Rafael CA 35mm Color Film

TOP LEFT

Fountain Study, San Rafael CA 35mm BW Film

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6, San Rafael CA Digital


Connor Falk 415.302.3521 cfalk@uoregon.edu

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