CAMERON YATES LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO
Cameron K. Yates LEED Green Associate Associate ASLA 501 Fourth Ave. Manchester, GA 31816 firstname.lastname@example.org 706.975.5556
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Table of Contents S.C.A.B. 4-5 Brunelli Residence 6-7 158 Carlton Terrace 8-9 Club Drive Park Rosa ‘Seafoam’ Clematis recta sibirica 10-11Nepeta ‘Souvenir d’ Andre Chandron’ Conference Center and Retreat 12-13 Crown Mill Park 14-17
By using materials found on-site, this designâ€™s purpose is to heal an injured area in downtown Athens. A focal point is created that features a stormwater treatment center as well as shaded seating.
Stormwater management The injury to the space located on Washington Street in downtown Athens, GA is a disconnect between two parking lots. Originally a planter existed between the two lots, however, the wall has crumbled and the soil has washed from the bed. By using old curbs from unused parking spaces, a connecting wall can be rebuilt. This will allow for a retention area to be created. Stormwater can now be collected from the two lots. During a rain event and after treatment, water is visible running from the wall into the adjoining drain.
View of site from Washington Street
A highly functional design that features spaces to entertain, relax, and retreat; this plan blends a contemporary feel with the natural beauty of the surrounding rural landscape.
Space for play
Path to lake
Pool overlooks landscape
Plants soften edges
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(3)(3)Hosta Hosta‘Blue ‘BlueCadet’ Cadet’
(3)(3)Phlox Phloxdivaricata divaricata
(6)(6)Arum Arumitalicum italicum‘Marmoratum’ ‘Marmoratum’
(3)(3)Ligularia Ligulariadentata dentata‘Desdemona’ ‘Desdemona’
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(2)(2)Clemati s cirrhosa Clemati s cirrhosa (3) Camellia sasanqua (2)(2)Clemati s cirrhosa Clemati s cirrhosa (3) Viburnum trilobum ‘Compactum’ (1) Acer buergerianum
(16) Clematitostorecta Vegetables bebeselected Vegetables selectedbybyclient client (9) Centaurea montana
(2) Azalea indica ‘Formosa’
(25) Helianthemum nummularium (7) Phlox divaricata
(3)(3)Magnolia Magnoliastellata stellata (3)(3)Buddleia Buddleiadavidii davidii
(3) Hosta ‘Blue Cadet’
(3)(3)Spirea Spireathunbergii thunbergii (3) Phlox divaricata
(6) Arum italicum ‘Marmoratum’
(3) Ligularia dentata ‘Desdemona’ (3)(3)Buddleia Buddleiadavidii davidii (8) Arum italicum ‘Marmoratum’
LAWN LAWN (2) Clemati s cirrhosa (3) x xpragense (3)Viburnum Viburnum pragense (2) Clematis cirrhosa (3)(3)Cephalanthus Cephalanthusoccidentalis occidentalis
(3) (6) Narcissus ‘Sir Winston Churchill’ (3)Camellia Camelliasasanqua sasanqua PERENNIAL PERENNIALGARDEN GARDEN
(3) Ligularia dentata ‘Desdemona’ (3)(3)Cephalanthus Cephalanthusoccidentalis occidentalis (2) Fatsia japonica
(3)(4)Cephalanthus occidentalis (4) Buddleia Buddleiadavidii davidii
(3)(3)Rhododendron Rhododendronhybrid hybrid‘Rebler’ ‘Rebler’ Vegetables to be selected by client
(3) hybrid (3)Rhododendron Rhododendron hybrid‘Rebler’ ‘Rebler’ (12) Centaurea montana
(1)(1)Acer Acerbuergerianum buergerianum (4) Hosta ‘Blue Cadet’
(3)(3)Spirea Spireathunbergii thunbergii
158 Carlton Terrace (8)(8)Arum Arumitalicum italicum‘Marmoratum’ ‘Marmoratum’
(2) Azalea indica ‘Formosa’
(1) Acer buergerianum
(3) Spirea thunbergii CARLTON CARLTONTERRACE TERRACE
(3) Spirea thunbergii
(3) Magnolia stellata (3) Buddleia davidii
(3) Buddleia davidii
LAWN (3) Viburnum x pragense
(3) Camellia sasanqua PERENNIAL GARDEN (3) Cephalanthus occidentalis
(3) Cephalanthus occidentalis Nepeta Rosa‘Seafoam’ ‘Seafoam’ Nepeta sibirica (3)sibirica Rhododendron hybrid ‘Rebler’Rosa ‘Souvenir ‘Souvenird’d’Andre AndreChandron’ Chandron’
Scabiosa er y yBlue’ Scabiosa‘Butt ‘Butt er Blue’
Perovskia Perovskiaatriplicifolia atriplicifolia
Coreopsis Coreopsisauriculata auriculata‘Nana’ ‘Nana’
SIDEWALK 158 Terrace 158 Carlton Carlton Terrace Athens, Athens, GA GA CAMERON HORT CARLTON TERRACE CAMERONYATES YATES HORT3460 3460
SPRING SPRING2011 2011
(4) Buddleia davidii Tradescanti a aandersoniana Tradescanti andersoniana (3) Rhododendron hybrid ‘Zwanenburg Blue’ ‘Zwanenburg Blue’‘Rebler’
Perennial Garden Key
Antirrhinum majus ‘Rocket Red’
Coreopsis auriculata ‘Nana’
Nepeta sibirica ‘Souvenir d’ Andre Chandron’
Scabiosa ‘Butterfly Blue’
Tradescantia andersoniana ‘Zwanenburg Blue’
Club Drive Park
Designed to create spaces that encourage social connections across multiple demographics, this park aims to foster a sense of community among its users. Multiple functions are used to establish a park that can feature a variety of programs and appeal to visitors of all ages in order to bring local citizens together.
Trail + wooded grove
Conference Center and Retreat This plan establishes a resort and conference facility to be added onto an existing summer youth camp in Penfield, GA. With space for approximately 100 people, the design engages visitors with nature while protecting essential natural systems and habitats.
WATER TREATMENT CENTER
BATH HOUSE GIRLS CABINS
DINING HALL PAVILION MATERIAL SHED
BATH HOUSE WALKING TRAIL
Type of use
SEPTIC DRAIN FIELD
Maintenance Administrative Residential
PARKING FIRE PIT CONFERENCE CENTER
CONFERENCE CENTER HOUSING 0
Suitability Analysis When conducting the suitability analysis for the conference center, four necessary characteristics were determined. The site must not have slopes exceeding five percent, it must have well drained soils, the vegetation must be open pasture or early successional species, and the site must be located outside of the flood plain.
Conservation Analysis Unlike the suitability analysis, which was used to determine the most appropriate areas for development, the conservation analysis was used to locate those areas to leave untouched. Features identified for protection were mature forests, degraded slopes, land within the floodplain, and essential nutrient pathways. The ecological importance of these areas, along with their fragile nature requires them to remain undeveloped.
Overlay Composition After reviewing the suitability and conservation analysis separately, the two results were combined. The areas with the most overlapping layers were selected as either most suitable or most critical. These two were studied together and it became evident that the area most suitable for development and least harmful to the conservation efforts of the site is the area shown in blue, above.
Crown Mill Park
The historic Crown Mill located in Dalton, GA currently sits in the path of a proposed greenway that will soon run throughout the city. This plan will connect the greenway and adjacent neighborhoods with Crown Mill and celebrate the cityâ€™s past while allowing for a promising future. The fact that the surrounding neighborhood has been rezoned as an arts, culture, and historic district makes Crown Mill Park the perfect place for local craftsmen to have a space to showcase their talents. Also, due to the industrial zone to the east of the proposed park space, stormwater issues within the park offer an opportunity to teach visitors about modern management practices used to treat and mitigate stormwater runoff.
Past + present
View of Crown Mill and proposed greenway from west entrance plaza
A system of bioretention terraces and viewing platforms forms a staging ground for history, art, and ecology
History + art + ecology The elevated boardwalk protects old-growth hardwoods while its layout references the original railway that traveled through the site. While viewing art installed by local sculptors, park visitors are introduced to the bioretention terraces that treat stormwater runoff from an adjacent industrial zone.
This is a collection of various projects completed during my coursework in the landscape architecture program at the University of Georgia.