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First Place, Proactive Practice Challenge 2013


Galveston Mariti

Level 3 32' - 0"

Level 2 16' - 0"

Atrium 5' - 0"

1/8" = 1'-0"

SIM

A

B

A300

1

2

A301

A301

1 A401

Sections East/West

2

Level 1 0' - 0"

Section at Galleries

C

D

E

F

G

H

2 A401

Date

Scale

Level 4 46' - 0"

As indicated

Roof 60' - 0"

December 13, 2012

SIM

Catwalk 40' - 0"

2 A300

Level 2 16' - 0"

1 A300

Atrium 5' - 0"

24

32

A

B

C

D

2 A301

E

1

F

G

H

Galveston Maritime Collection

16

A301 -0' - 3"

8

8

7

7

2 A300

6

6

-0' - 2"

R0 5 UP

First Floor Plan

R1

A101

4

R2 0' - 0"

December 13, 2012

A300

R4

2

s t u d i o r e v o l ve

R5 1

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R6 3. A200

1 A501

1

Level 1

Sim

R7

1/8" = 1'-0"

R8

R9

R10

R11

R12

R13

R14 E

F

G

H

E

F

G

H

Scale

0' - 0"

1

1/8" = 1'-0"

Date

3 R3

0

8

16

24

0

8

16

24

32

A

B

C

D

2

1

A301

A301

8

8

7

7

6 R0

6

Galveston Maritime Collection

Level 1

2 A300

Second Floor Plan

5

R1

A102

4

R2

A300

R4

2

R5 1

R6

1

Level 2 1/8" = 1'-0"

R7

Level 2

R8

R9

R10

R11

R12

R13

R14 E

F

G

Scale

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Date

3 R3

1

1/8" = 1'-0"

8

December 13, 2012

0

s t u d i o r e v o l ve

1/8" = 1'-0"

2. A200

Section at Cafe

2. A200

1

Level 1 0' - 0"

4. A200

1 A401 SIM

s t u d i o r evol ve

Level 3 32' - 0"

H 32


zoom out

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ďƒžgure ground

function

density density

damage

movement

movement

area of intervention

site plan

green space

site intervention

site existing conditions

site plan

site intervention

green space


objective: provide immersive experiences

objective: provide immersive experiences

example plant species

scale | 1/8” = 1’

Texas Pecan

Little Bluestem

Live Oak

Tropical Sage

Buffalograss

Possumhaw Holly

Texas Persimmon

Prickly Pear

Sunflower

Brandywine Tomato

Trumpet Vine

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  

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         

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Cypress

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  

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         

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Chinaberry (I)

objective: enhance ecosystem services

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Pecan (N)

objective: enhance ecosystem services

Sycamore

Chinese Tallow (I)

vegetation-trees

Lantana (A)

Cactus (spineless) (N/A)

Arundo Donax (I)

Final Review: perspective Johnson Grass (I)

Flowers

vegetation pockets

SITES site analysis: vegetation

Final Review: perspective


herbs & flowers native plant garden

Texas edibles

row crops- drip irrigation

Example Harvest Season-to-Season

compost

spring

crops & flowers east fence + gates

children’s garden tool shed crops

greens// Arugula

staging

gathering space

Swiss chard// Bright Lights, Fordhook Giant

herbs

okra// Clemson Spineless, Emerald

material storage

shade structure

use hoop house permaculture zone crops hugelculture

material storage rain garden

wicking beds

pepper// Serrano, Hungarian Wax, El Jefe jalapeno

herbs// Oregano, Rosemary, Mint, Thyme, Sage, Parsley,...

to B G A T E

fall winter squash// Carnival, Early Butternut, Sweet Mama, Black Forest, Table Queen

cucumber// Tasty Jade, Straight Eight, General Lee, Suyo, Sweet Success

eggplant// Fairy Tale, Dancer, Rosa Bianca

Example Harvest Season-to-Season spring greens// Arugula

herbs// Basil, Mexican Marigold Mint, Rosemary, Mint

tomato// Brandywine (HL), Green Zebra, Arkansas Traveller (HL), Early Girl

fall

eggplant// Fairy Tale, Dancer, Rosa Bianca

l B L C T

summer

okra// Clemson Spineless, Emerald

herbs// Oregano, Rosemary, Mint, Thyme, Sage, Parsley,...

cherry tomato// Sungold, Juliet grape

winter

winter squash// Carnival, Early Butternut, Sweet Mama, Black Forest, Table Queen

beet// Detroit Dark Red, Bull’s Blood, Chioggia, Golden Detroit

cucumber// Tasty Jade, Straight Eight, General Lee, Suyo, Sweet Success

collard// Georgia Southern, Flash, Champion

Sources: Travis County Master Gardeners Association Garden Guide, Aggie Horticulture Vegetable Variety Selecto

Swiss chard// Bright Lights, Fordhook Giant

pepper// Serrano, Hungarian Wax, El Jefe jalapeno

beet// Detroit Dark Red, Bull’s Blood, Chioggia, Golden Detroit

collard// Georgia Southern, Flash, Champion

radish// French Breakfast, Cherry Belle, Easter Egg

lettuce// Buttercrunch, Lollo Rossa, Red Cross, Salad Bowl, Tango, Galactic

Sources: Travis County Master Gardeners Association Garden Guide, Aggie Horticulture Vegetable Variety Selector

fruit// Kumquat


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