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PORTFOLIO OF WORK | 2000-2019 David Amalong


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David’s work exhibits a rigor and discipline that blends craft, ecology, culture and human behavior. Key to his design success has been the ability to lead and collaborate within inter-disciplinary design teams. Moving easily between masterplanning and detailed design David leverages his knowledge of the craft of many disciplines to create spaces and places that serve more than mere purpose or beauty. The products of his work are actively enjoyed, and even as some have evolved and adapted over the years, they still exhibit the simple concepts and ideals upon which the initial design solutions were built. His approach to design is based on blending social equity and ecological intelligence with craftsmanship, quality, rigor, and discipline. By synthesizing the experiential, physical, and contextual elements of place-making, he has created memorable places for communities across the globe.

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DESIGN AWARDS

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As a Senior Architectural Design Principal I have worked with many talented landscape architects and planners. David is, by far, the most talented that I have worked with. Unusual in designers, he is equally at ease with large scale planning as he is in very detailed design. He is enthusiastic, inquisitive and a clear thinker. Highly collaborative and interdisciplinary, he embraces sustainability in all of his work. William Odell, FAIA Senior Principal HOK

Nearly two decades after David first envisioned Chouteau Lake and Greenway, the impact of his creativity is still being realized in St. Louis’ central corridor. His vision to link Forest Park with Gateway Arch National Park with a series of urban redevelopments, water features and greenways has been an economic catalyst of millions of dollars of investment. Currently an international design competition is accelerating implementation of the greenway. Mark Vogl, ASLA Project Manager-Planning Great Rivers Greenway

Landscape Architecture encompasses the ability to synthesize a multitude of adjacent professions, delivering beautiful solutions to complex problems. David is a rare individual whom has embraced this process and built a career around thriving in a multidisciplinary world. His work exemplifies the best of team collaboration our profession can contribute. Amalong is a brilliant mentor within the profession, forever insisting on a systematic approach to design. Robb Berg, ASLA Principal DesignWorkshop

David’s mastery of design and his ability to translate that to interdisciplinary teams at Stantec has elevated the design reputation of our firm. David is committed to unlocking the value of design by influencing the design team to see that landscape is essential to the built environment. Joe Geller, FASLA Senior Vice President Stantec


Urban Design Longmont 2050 Glendale RiverWalk Metropolitan Gardens East Liberty Town Square Ballpark Village Dhahran Housing District Colorado Quarter Confidential Mixed-use District Village Walk TOD Sunnen Station Austin Green Confidential island Chouteau Lake Aurora’s Main Street Boulder TOD Minneapolis Streets Rice Village

Kennedy Space Center Technology Park South Downtown Atlanta St. Cloud Public Realm Landscape Architecture Corporate Campus Salt Lake City International Airport Vanderbilt Park East City North Domain Northside Conoco Phillips Colorado Campus Lenfestey Courtyard 1601 Wewatta Buildings by Daman at the DFIC SRI RiMED Belmar Square Belmar Streets Stapleton Parks and Streets

LG Electronics Headquarters Dubai Marina NOAA Pacific Rim Consolidation Chickasaw Cultural Center Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis Streets of SouthGlenn Kaiser Redwood City Google Davidson Town Square The Park at Distrito Santa Fe Orchard Town Center HALCYON The Front Porch at Woodbridge San Francisco Public Safety Building Jack Daniels Visitor Center Phoenix Convention Center Central and Wolfe Andrews Square

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LONGMONT 2050 | Longmont, Colorado

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GLENDALE RIVERWALK | Glendale, Colorado

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METROPOLITAN GARDENS | Denver, Colorado

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EAST LIBERTY SQUARE | Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

master plan elements 2|o p e n p u b l i c s p a c e s MASTERPLAN

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• Provide continuous public plaza which extends around Plaza and the Reading Gard

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• Exploit the opportunitie street vending.

• Provide flexible public spa wide steps used for seating

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Upper left: Aerial phot of East Liberty Town S Left: Three-dimensiona rendering of the East L Town Square Masterp

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BALLPARK VILLAGE | St. Louis, Missouri

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DHAHRAN HOUSING DISTRICT | Dhahran, Saudi Arabia

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COLORADO QUARTER | Denver, Colorado

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MIXED USE DISTRICT | Texas

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VILLAGE WALK | Irving, Texas

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TOD | Doraville, Georgia

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SUNNEN STATION | Maplewood, Missouri

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AUSTIN GREEN | Austin, Texas

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CONFIDENTIAL ISLAND | Massachusetts, USA

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CHOUTEAU LAKE | St. Louis, Missouri

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AURORA’S MAIN STREET | Aurora, Colorado

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BOULDER TOD | Boulder, Colorado

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MINNEAPOLIS STREETS | Minneapolis, Minnesota

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RICE VILLAGE | Houston, Texas

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Kennedy Space Center Technology Park | Titusville, Florida

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SOUTH DOWNTOWN PUBLIC REALM | Atlanta, Georgia

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ST. CLOUD PUBLIC REALM | St. Cloud, Minnesota

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CORPORATE CAMPUS | Denver, Colorado

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SALT LAKE CITY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT | Salt Lake City, Utah

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PARKING EXIT

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ELEVATED DEPARTURES ROADWAY RENTAL CAR RETURN PEDESTRIAN ACCESS FROM ECONOMY LOT TO TERMINAL

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ECONOMY PARKING LOT ACCESS RENTAL CAR RETURN / PARKING GARAGE ECONOMY PARKING LOT INCORPORATE EXISTING LANDSCAPE

INCORPORATE EXISTING LANDSCAPE

ENTRY MONUMENT OPPORTUNITY

GAS STATION PARK AND WAIT

POTENTIAL BUS MAINTENANCE FACILITY SITE

RENTAL CAR SERVICE SITE

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VANDERBILT PARK EAST | Denver, Colorado

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CITY NORTH | Scottsdale, Arizona PATTERN

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CityNorth Phoenix Arizona

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ENLARGED PLANTERS

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Illustrative Streetscape- 1”=20’

SITE AND LANDSCAPE DISCUSSION

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DOMAIN NORTHSIDE | Austin, Texas

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CONOCO PHILLIPS COLORADO CAMPUS | Louisville, Colorado

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LENFESTEY COURTYARD | Green Bay, Wisconsin

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1601 WEWATTA | Denver, Colorado

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THE BUILDINGS BY DAMAN AT THE DUBAI FINANCIAL INTERNATIONAL CENTER | Dubai, U.A.E

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RiMED | Palermo, Sicily

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BELMAR SQUARE | Lakewood, Colorado

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LG ELECTRONICS HEADQUARTERS | Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey

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DUBAI MARINA | Dubai, U.A.E.

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NOAA PACIFIC RIM CONSOLIDATION | Honolulu, Hawaii

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CHICKASAW CULTURAL CENTER | Sulphur, Oklahoma

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To Sky Pavilion Concrete Paving Sculpture Court Shrubs and Groundcover Turf

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Chickasaw Cultural Center Design Development Sketch - 50% DD

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FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF MINNEAPOLIS | Minneapolis, Minnesota

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STREETS OF SOUTHGLENN | Centennial, Colorado

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GOOGLE | Mountain View, California DESIGN APPROACH - CONCEP TS (CONTINUED)

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2 wind turbines as functional identity feature

3 garden planting to soften central circulation space

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2 trees and Airstreams providing 50% windbreak

3 wind turbines as functional identity feature

4 flexible ‘installation’ space for informal gatherings

4 existing palm grid reconfigured to create new entry identity

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multi-purpose plaza. a flexible space centered around social interaction. elements include a 70’x70’ hardscape plaza that serves many functions, from dining space and amphitheater performances to hosting Google’s “all-hands” events. the amphitheater is located near the pedestrian bridge where a projection screen could be mounted.

2 wind plaza. a space designed specifically to mitigate and celebrate the prevailing Bay winds. elements include a flexible area where air stream trailers are located to provide screening from the wind as well as unique mobile conference and collaborating space. a mixture of planted and architectural elements provide mitigation and an identity for this entrance.

3 new front door. palms are relocated to reconfigure the gridded structure at this main entry. plaza paving is extended through the drive lane emphasizes the auto court extents. 4 centralized circulation. the existing fountain and pump room are removed from the garage and replaced with a centralized staircase and simple glass/tensile awning. this delivers people to a centralized hub, activates the plaza and encourages informal social interaction. 5 soften the image. the gridded planting design is replaced with softer planting forms using a diverse plant palette.

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lifeline. create a symbolic and whimsical connection for employees from the main campus to this campus, landing in the multi-purpose plaza. a new bridge element could use the existing support locations and would elevate pedestrians and bicyclists over vehicles. identity. create a distinct identity for the greater Google campus by locating a folly in this location. reclad the existing entry signage wall and add signage. promote this pedestrian linkage to the western portions of the Google campus through the use of lighting and an overhead canopy. connect this linkage to this campus and beyond.

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DAVIDSON TOWN SQUARE | Davidson, North Carolina

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THE PARK at DISTRITO SANTA FE | Mexico City, Mexico

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ORCHARD TOWN CENTER | Westminster, Colorado

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HALCYON| Alpharetta, Georgia

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THE FRONT PORCH AT WOODBRIDGE | Irvine, California

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San Francisco Public Safety Building | San Francisco, California

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Jack Daniels Visitor Center | Lynchburg, Tennessee

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PHOENIX CONVENTION CENTER EXPANSION | Phoenix, Arizona

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CENTRAL AND WOLFE | Sunnyvale, California

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