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CHARLOTTELAMB PLANNER : URBAN DESIGNER : GIS ANALYST : ENVIRONMENTALIST


CONTEXT 04. About Me 06. Park Design (Poruba, Czech Republic) 08. Mapping Urban Complexities (Hamburg, Germany) 10. Recording Engagement (Copenhagen, Denmark) 12. Dillehay Courts Site Analysis & Design (Charlotte, North Carolina) 14. Form Based Code (Charlotte, North Carolina) 16. GIS Analytics and Scripting (Charlotte, North Carolina)

18. The Railyard Site Design (Charlotte, North Carolina) 22. ULI Hines Student Competition (Toronto, Canada)

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PORUBA

wichterlovo gymnázium & hello gymnázium

Guided by input from students of Wichterlovo Gymnazium, our design for Poruba’s academic square focuses on creating a unified space that connects the school with Hello Gymnazium. Incorporating features and materials the students requested for the space, the design includes a mixture of soft and hardscaped areas with many seating and work-space options, as well as open space for recreation and opportunities for participatory art projects.

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LAMB PORTFOLIO I PAGE 3 “There is never a dull day here. The shops along the East Habour Transit Hub are very diverse and the park is

“The park gives us a lot of space to enjoy each other and relax with our dog. I also run a small business and really appreciate the

“We love living here. The new community center and market provides more space for the people of Toronto to share their cultures and past

“Work is one stop away from living and entertaining. My wife and I enjoy all of the

“Being able to afford a place so close to Downtown has been wonderful. The transit hub enables us to travel and keeps us close to our


ABOUTME I am currently working as a Long Range and Strategic Planner for the City of Charlotte. I love the community engagement component of the public sector and am passionate about our current project, the Charlotte Future 2040 Comprehensive Plan. However, I believe that my true strengths lie within the urban design realm. I graduated with a master in urban design from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte in August 2018. During my undergraduate career, I studied environmental decision making, urban planning, and geography at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. I have experience working for design firms, local governments, non-profits, and academic institutions. I am currently looking for a full-time position that will allow me to make a positive impact on communities and the built environment using my planning background and design skills. I am proficient in Adobe Creative Suite, ArcGIS, SketchUp, and Rhinoceros 3D. I prefer to work in creative, collaborate environments and I do not shy away from learning and working with new software.

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CHARLOTTELAMB 1225 S Church St, Apt 452, Charlotte, NC 28203

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Education University of North Carolina at Charlotte Master of Urban Design

Charlotte, NC August 2018

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Bachelor of Arts, Environment and Ecology, Environmental Studies Minors: Urban Studies and Planning; Geography

Chapel Hill, NC May 2017

Cambridge University UNC Institute for the Environment Cambridge Field Site - Completed courses led by UNC and Cambridge Professor, Dr. Douglas Crawford-Brown, which focused on International Environmental Assessment and Energy Policy

Cambridge, UK Summer 2015

Experience City of Charlotte Planning, Design and Development Associate Planner - Collaborate in planning process for Charlotte Future 2040 Comprehensive Plan. Responsibilities include curating a monthly newsletter, designing digital and print materials, creating and scheduling social media content, coordinating public meetings, managing survey data, and representing the project among other agencies in the community. - Play an integral role in mapping the Unified Development Ordinance’s four Transit Oriented Development Zoning Districts, tasks include development of location criteria, production of public education materials, and design of the Transit Oriented Development Rezoning Guide. - Review rezoning proposals and analyze development projects for consistency with area plan policies.

Charlotte, NC Present

University of North Carolina at Charlotte School of Arts and Architecture Research Assistant - Conduct academic research, under the direction of Professor Ming-Chun Lee, investigating the opportunities of GIS in urban design projects. Projects include agumented reality maps featured in UNCC’s Urban Complexitiy Symposium’s Equity, Economic Mobility and the Built Environment Exhibition.

Charlotte, NC Fall ‘17 - Summer ‘18

LandDesign Intern: Planning - Assist with land use planning and urban design projects, including research and data collection, basemap preparation, and facilitation of public meetings and workshops - Assist with preparation of parks, land use, master plan and comprehensive plan documents - Provide technical support for GIS-related projects

Charlotte, NC Summer ‘17

The Town of Chapel Hill, Planning and Sustainability Bill Thorpe Undergraduate Intern : GIS Analyst - Collect and analyze field data - Create maps, charts, and 3-D renderings

Chapel Hill, NC Spring ‘17

The Chapel Hill Downtown Partnership Intern - Work Independently on projects that will revitalize the downtown district - Feasibility study for green roofs, green walls, and solar panels in downtown Chapel Hill

Chapel Hill, NC Fall ‘16 - Spring ‘17

Technical Skills Adobe Illustrator

AutoCAD

ArcGIS

Adobe Photoshop

Microsoft Office

Sketchup

Adobe InDesign

Rhinoceros 3D

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providing smart technologies in the space for learning and transportation BUS INFO

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PARK DESIGN Guided by input from the students of Wichterlovo Gymnazium, our design for Poruba’s academic square focuses on creating a unified space that connects the two rival schools : Wichterlovo and Hello Gymnazium. Incorporating features and materials that students requested for the space, the design includes a mixture of soft and hardscaped areas with a variety of seating and work-space options, as well as open space for recreation and opportunities for participatory art projects. I was responsible for laying out the site in AutoCAD, as well as creating the conceptual perspective.

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Poruba Academic Square

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PORUBA

ACADEMIC SQUARE

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MAPPING URBAN COMPLEXITY A quarter-mile path of study from Domplatz park was analysed for changes in the ‘character of place’ as distance from the park grew. In the observation zone, these changes in character could be attributed to the differing facade types and era of buildings. Other design elements, like differing pavement patterns, also attributed to changes in character along the route. I was the team leader for this project and was responsible for mapping the site in AutoCAD, creating the building classification system, and writing the text.

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Mapping Urban Complexity : Domplatz Park

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RECORDING ENGAGEMENT This project takes a deeper look into the subtle and obvious design elements that work to bring the community together in public space. First, these elements were organized based on scope - from micro to macro. The elements were also categorized based on the observations in Jan Gehl’s Book, “Life Between Buildings” : to assemble rather than disperse, integrate rather than segregate, invite rather than repel, open up rather than close in. I was responsible for the creation of the background map, layout, and text.

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DILLEHAY COURTS SITE ANALYSIS & DESIGN This studio project focused on Charlotte’s North End Smart District and the existing Dillehay Courts Neighborhood. At the recommendation of the city, a concept for redevelopment was created; focusing on affordable housing, connectivity, open space, street life, and smart technology. I was responsible for the site analysis and site design diagrams, context map, rendering of the plan, and the photoshop perspective.

Project Details Project Name

:

Dillehay Courts

Class

:

MUDD 6102 : Urban Open Space & Infrastructure Design Studio

Year

:

Spring 2018

Location

:

Charlotte, North Carolina

Group Members : Charlotte Lamb Linda Pape Professor

:

Ming-Chun Lee

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FORM BASED CODE This project was developed along-side the redevelopment of Dillehay Courts, allowing the form based code to influence site design, and site design to influence the form based code. This project was an adaptation of the SmartCode, with the addition of building and block typologies. I was personally responsible for writing the T-zone standards, as well the creation of the building type graphics.

Project Details Project Name

:

Dillehay Courts Form Based Code

Class

:

Form Based Code Workshop (added onto MUDD 6102)

Year

:

Spring 2018

Location

:

Charlotte, North Carolina

Group Members : Charlotte Lamb Linda Pape Professor : Scott Curry David Walters

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GIS ANALYSIS & SCRIPTING This project was comprised of a python script for ArcGIS and the resulting map output. The script accesses the develop-

Project Details

ability of each tax parcel in Mecklenburg County, taking into account the environmental conditions, land-building value ratio, vacancy status, proximity to the light rail, and current use. The parcels that are categorized as exempt were undevelopable based their current use (ex: hospital, government building, cemetery, park, etc.) and/or environmental condition (ex: floodplain, topography). This script can be easily edited to analyze a different area of land, and the classification parameters can also be changed. The current parameters were adapted from the parcel suitability analysis in Urban Land Use Planning, 4th Edition.

Project Name : Development Suitability in Mecklenburg County Class

:

GEOG 5103: Computer Mapping

Year

:

Spring 2018

Location

:

Mecklenburg County, North Carolina

Group Members : Charlotte Lamb Todd Doane Alexander Bryant Professor

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Alexander Hohl


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ULI HINES STUDENT COMPETITION This competition piece was completed by a team of 5 students with varying academic backgrounds over the course of two weeks. I was the team leader for this project, organizing schedules and delegating responsibilities. I was personally responsible for writing the design narrative, naming and branding the project, and rendering the final plan.

Project Details Project Name

:

Toronto’s Playground

Class

:

MUDD 6102: Urban Open Space & Infrastructure Design Studio

Year

:

Spring 2018

Location

:

Toronto, Canada

Group Members : Charlotte Lamb Whitni Irving Jamar Moore John Bush Hasitha Valmeti Professor

:

Ming-Chun Lee

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THE MISSION OF TORONTO’S PLAYGROUND IS TO PROVIDE THE CITY’S INCREASINGLY DIVERSE POPULATION WITH AN EQUALLY DIVERSE RECREATION AND COMMUNITY SPACE, FOCUSING ON RECREATION OF THE MIND, BODY, AND SOUL.

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LAND USE

FUNCTION

CONCEPT


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3 1 4

2

Legend Street Car Commuter Rail Line 1 Forest Theater

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2 Sensory Garden

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3 Build Your Own Playground 4 Demonstration Garden 5 Riverwalk 6 Bouldering 7 Zipline

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8 High Ropes Course 9 Playground

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10 Fitness Equipment 11 Mixed Use Residential

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12 Community Center and Residential 13 Office 14 Transit Hub

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“The park gives us a lot of space to enjoy each other and relax with our dog. I also run a small business and really appreciate the co-work spaces that give me a premium location without signing a long-term lease.” -Jack, 31

“There is never a dull day here. The shops along the East Habour Transit Hub are very diverse and the park is always hosting events. My wife and I are only a bike ride away from work.” -John & Janie, 50

“We love living here. The new community center and market provides more space for the people of Toronto to share their cultures and past experiences through food and festivities. My wife is also teaching a dance class on the Tinikling.” -Ernesto & Ligaya, 38

“Work is one stop away from living and entertaining. My wife and I enjoy all of the activities the park provides.” -Dave, 42

“Being able to afford a place so close to Downtown has been wonderful. The transit hub enables us to travel and keeps us close to our children and grandchildren. They usually come here on weekends to join us at different cultural events.” -Anita ,82, & Dick, 86

COMMUNITY S RETAIL (ALL) PARKING

LAND ACQUIS

THE MISSION OF TORONTO’S PLAYGROUND IS TO PROVIDE THE CITY’S INCREASINGLY DIVERSE POPULATION WITH AN EQUALLY DIVERSE RECREATION AND COMMUNITY SPACE, FOCUSING ON RECREATION OF THE MIND, BODY, AND SOUL.

PHASE 2 TOTAL SF

CONNECTIVITY

LAND USE

FUNCTION

TOTAL DE

CONCEPT

AFFORDABLE

MARKET RATE

OFFICE/COMM

COMMUNITY S RETAIL (ALL) PARKING

PHASE 3 TOTAL SF ROADS

COMMERCIAL

LIVE

RIVER

COMMUTER RAIL

MULTI-FAMILY

WORK

PARK

SUBWAY

SINGLE FAMILY

PLAY

PEDESTRIAN

OFFICE

STREETCAR

PUBLIC

TOTAL DE

$

AFFORDABLE

MARKET RATE

PRESENT: UNDERGROUND PARKING

FUTURE: DATA CENTERS AND STARTUP INCUBATORS

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10

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SCALE BAR 1:20

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COMMUNITY S


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THE RAILYARD Our Fall studio focused on the potential of an underutilized rail yard located in Charlotte’s rapidly developing North End. Each student in the 13 person class was responsible for leading the design of one portion of the site, creating a section, and rendering a perspective. My portion of the site was bound by 25th Street to the east, 27th Street to the west, Lamb Lane to the north, and W. Common Wealth Avenue to the south. I was also responsible for the creation of the street grid and the development of the rhino model.

Project Details Project Name

:

The Railyard

Class

:

MUDD 6101: Fundamentals of Urban Design Studio

Year

:

Fall 2017

Location

:

Charlotte, North Carolina

Group Members :

13 Person Studio

Professor

Deb Ryan

:

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Located just six blocks northeast of Uptown, the 210 acre site with its two light rail stations will be a model for transit-oriented development while providing a vibrant, safe, and healthy place to live, work, and play.

THE MEWS a row small dwellings that front a pedestrian passage which is used a gathering space for the community

The development will feature a mix of residential, retail, office, educational, and hotel space, as well as over 26 acres of park space, and a redesign of Tryon Street. Creating a connection between Uptown Charlotte, Lockwood, and the thriving neighborhood of NoDa, the Rail Yard development will include: PREFERRED

BIKE ROUTES PEDESTRIAN INTEREST MOVEMENT LIGHT RAIL LIGHT RAIL STOPS .25 MILE RADIUS FROM LIGHT RAIL

TRANSPORTATION

WOONERF a living street that shares space between all modes of transportation with pedestrian priority

2

LIGHTRAIL STATIONS

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DUA

71,000

170,000

CREATIVE SPACE

OFFICE SPACE

SQ. FT.

SQ. FT.


CULTURE ZONE a culture and recreational district with a large gateway plaza that may be used for neighborhood entertainment

STREET NETWORK MADISON PARK a high-density residential neighborhood centered around a large park along Tryon St.

BRYANT PARK a large park filled with activities, food, and culture.

PRIMARY STREETS SECONDARY STREETS EXISTING STREETS THROUGH POINTS ACCESS POINTS

PARK AVENUE a linear park that stretches across the side providing green space, bike paths, recreation, and pedestrian movement.

26

390,000

68,000

OPEN SPACE

CULTURAL & INSTITUTIONAL SPACE

RETAIL SPACE

ACRES

SQ. FT.

SQ. FT.

5,900

PARKING SPACES

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