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Eric Hadden enjoys life best from the seat of a bicycle (preferably an old Raleigh 3-speed). It affords him the

opportunity to see and do a lot without missing the details one would miss at 45 mph behind a steering wheel. It also gives him the option of going it by foot at a moments notice if a situation warrants it. In the three years Eric has been practicing landscape architecture, his work has patterned his life on a bike - he has been able to see and do a lot without missing too many details. A part of Eric’s design philosophy is a belief that beauty can be found in chaos. In fact, natural systems are often times complex and impossible to fully understand, but that’s what makes them beautiful. Design on the other hand, needs to be simple and easy to understand. Like a well trained orator, design needs to communicate a great deal of information in a succinct and eloquent manner. He is excited to see and do so much more on his journey as a landscape architect.

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Client: City of Arlington, TX Services: Schematic Design, Design Development, Construction Documents, Bid Review, Construction Observation, Graphic Design Caelum Moor at Richard Green Linear Park serves as the new home for the environmental artwork of Norm Hines, which was relocated from a now-defunct office park in South Arlington. Located between the new Cowboys Stadium and The Ballpark in Arlington, the new site provides added visibility and access to the sculptures while serving as a public garden along the linear park. Working closely with the sculptor, the design team worked to integrate five granite megaliths into the landscape while providing space for visitors to actively and passively engage the artwork. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Tan Tarra, the tallest of the megalithic granite monuments, set at the entry of the park and uplit for dramatic night time viewing. De’Danaan’s three vertical pieces stretch high into the air attracting visitors from the surrounding entertainment district . Large drifts of ornamental grasses sweep throughout the park and serve as the backdrop for the sculptures. A decomposed granite path moves beneath the tree canopy and through accent planting and massings of ornamental grasses Situated in the lake, Morna Linn becomes the focal point of an outdoor seating area and overlook. An underpass under the Randol Mill bridge connects the park to the rest of Richard Green Linear Park. Existing trees create a dense canopy and ample shade, making the park more accessible during the warm months of Texas. A logo for the marketing of Caelum Moor was an additional design service.

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Museum and Galleria Civic Campus - Civic Mall Henderson, NV Client: City of Henderson, NV Services: Schematic Design, Design Development The vision for the 160-acres owned by the City of Henderson is to use public open space and grand civic architecture to encourage private development of a walkable, mixed-used district. A key component of this vision is the grand Civic Mall which is patterned after some of the great campus experiences like the National Mall in Washington, D.C. and the lawn and rotunda at the University of Virginia. With that framework, the civic mall houses an intense and diverse mix of experiences that take the “natural science museum� outdoors. Elements throughout the mall are designed to turn learning into fun, interactive experiences. 1. Entry plaza with information and ticketing kiosks serve as entry portals to the park. 2. Discovery Plaza is characterized by the Giant Trellis Observatory, a metal trellis with moveable, interactive solar mobile, and various interactive displays. 3. Adventure Dinosaur Dig site is shaded by a forest of solar shade panels. 4. Dry planted arroyo runs through the length of the park and serves as rain water conveyance during rain events. 5. Solar paneled trellis set within patterned decomposed granite pathway. 6. Terraced amphitheater seating steps down to an open lawn tor outdoor events, performances and unstructured play. 7. Iconic restaurant pavilions provide park-side dining terraces.

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Museum and Galleria Civic Campus - Streetscape Henderson, NV Client: City of Henderson, NV Services: Schematic Design, Design Development Another component vital to the development of a walkable mixed-use campus is a vibrant streetscape. Rows of street trees provide scale and shade and act as a buffer between pedestrians and vehicular traffic. Pedestrians are given ample room, and the pedestrian-way is populated with plantings and pedestrian-scaled furnishings. A family of light fixtures and low monuments, serve as wayfinding while illuminating the space. Through a network of connected pedestrian-friendly streets, the street can serve both as a conduit for traffic and as a destination for shopping, dining and public gathering. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

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Formal rows of street trees set within tree wells planted with native accent material. Loggias and arcades provide shade along dining terraces, storefronts and sidewalks. District monuments, information kiosks and decorative street lights combine to create a branded set of district furnishings. Variable furnishing zone or planting buffer determined by adjacent use. Parallel parking delineated with permeable pavers. Native arroyo planting connects district with the local context and aides in the conveyance of stormwater.

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Prime Xintiandi - Conceptual Framework Hangzhou, China Canal Network

Client: Zhejiang Provincial Government Services: Site Planning Hangzhou, the capital of Zhejiang province, is a city that has been saturated with retail and tourist destinations. This 1,150,000 sqm site in North Hangzhou has the opportunity of being unlike any other place in the region. A unique blend of office, residential, creative workplace and retail will create a dynamic synergy from early morning to late at night. These uses will be in turn organize around a series of public open space that will provide an inviting environment. Outdoors landscape plazas linked by canals will create opportunities for people to connect back to nature. Workspace and living space that open up to the outdoors will provide a better live/work experience. Adaptive re-use of existing industrial buildings create a link to the past while adding a unique sense of character to the site. The process of building the framework starts with looking at the whole, then looks at the individual pieces needed to create a dynamically evolving system.

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Prime Xintiandi - Public Open Space Master Plan Hangzhou, China Client: Zhejiang Provincial Government Services: Open Space Planning, Schematic Design, Design Development The open space network is composed of three levels - street-level, mid-level and the sunken canal. Unlike most below-grade spaces, the sunken canal is home to the development’s most active uses. Water taxis help shuttle people to and from different districts, promenades line the canals and waterfront plazas abound. Dining terraces, public art and lush plantings distinguish the mid-level, while linear parks and avenues of shopping populate the street-level. 1. Water Front Plaza - water taxi access at sunken canal 2. Pedestrian Plaza Overlook - “island performance stage�, amphitheater and retractable pedestrian bridge 3. North Harbor - water taxi marina and seating steps that lead users from the street-level to the sunken canal 4. Emerald Canal - meandering walks along planted canal edge, pedestrian bridges and overlook plazas at mid-level 5. History Park - utilizes the abandoned freight line as a central piece in connecting the development to its industrial past 6. Central Harbor - marked by its prominent public art, dining terraces and water taxi access 7. Linear Green - Existing freight lines develop as linear light ribbons that course through the park 8. Shopping Avenue - active, wide pedestrian-way 9. South Harbor - central stage for water and light displays 10. Green Connectors - open space between districts includes public are set among accent planting

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Prime Xintiandi - Pedestrian Bridge Concepts Hangzhou, China Client: Zhejiang Provincial Government Services: Schematic Design Hangzhou’s well founded reputation of cultural and physical beauty has been the inspiration for many well-known Chinese poets and artists for over a hundred years. This rich cultural heritage and natural beauty guided the design team in its development of pedestrian bridge concepts along the Emerald Canal. Each concept looks to the surrounding natural environment for cues on form and function. The Chrysalis Concept uses the graceful form of the Swallowtail Caterpillar, while the Hollow Culm Concept uses the functional strengths of a bamboo’s segmented structure. 1. Chrysalis Concept 2. Hollow Culm Concept 3. Pedestrian bridge over the Emerald Canal

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Chengdu City Center - Public Open Space Master Plan Chengdu, China Client: Sichuan Provincial Government Services: Open Space Planning, Schematic Design Chengdu, situated at the western edge of the Sichuan Basin in China, is the capital of Sichuan province and a subprovincial city. Drawing inspiration from the exquisite art of brocade, this approach creates a woven fabric of rich places and inviting spaces. The built environment is interwoven into the site in a way that celebrates the landscape and vibrant cultural heritage. The landscape master plan creates an interconnected community where people can live, work and play. 1. Heritage Park - large community gathering space for formal events and performances 2. Silk Walk - main retail promenade characterized by a tapestry of decorative and textured pavements woven together and punctuated with outdoor plazas 3. Hibiscus Plaza - creates strong pedestrian connection between retail parcels and defined by open event plaza and woven bands of lawn and planting 4. Resort Hotel - exclusive island retreat characterized by contemplative gardens and lush terraced patios along the river 5. Foundation Plaza - ties “Silk Walk” to the water’s edge through “brocade” of terraced walks and gardens 6. Residential District - semi-private gardens link formal pedestrian avenues and strands of water

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Town of Flower Mound - Trails and Open Space Master Plan Flower Mound, TX Client: Town of Flower Mound, TX Services: Comprehensive Planning The Town of Flower Mound was originally developed by famous businessmen Raymond Nasher and Edward Marcus in cooperation with a grant given by the 1968 New Communities Act. The vision was for “Flower Mound New Town” to center around “villages centers” and act as a model for planned communities of the future. That vision ended in foreclosure in 1976 and left the town to develop in the haphazard pattern, effects of which are seen today. The Trails and Open Space Master plan looks to re-establish some of the New Town’s original principles by providing various levels of Open Space within adequate distance of all residents. Working with the town, gaps in the existing trails network were identified and prioritized for completion. Additionally, a revised set of guidelines for wayfinding was published. The plan was presented to town officials in a bound report with mapping and exhibits and digitally as a GIS file. 3

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Twin Coves Park - Site Inventory and Analysis Flower Mound, TX Client: Town of Flower Mound, TX Services: Site Inventory and Analysis The Town of Flower Mound borders roughly 30 miles of Lake Grapevine but currently has NO public access points; therefore, the Parks and Open Space Master Plan listed the 206 acre peninsula at Twin Coves as a high priority for future acquisition and development. Originally owned by the Army Corps of Engineers, the site has been operated as a private campground for a number years. The town’s interest in the site required an initial inventory and analysis of current site conditions. Through the use of GIS and many on-site visits, the design team was able to put together a report that documented existing site conditions and how they impact future use on the site. 1. Site analysis 2. Elevation study 3. Slope study 4. Habitat study

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Residential District Medical District

Baylor University Medical Center - Worth Street Master Plan Dallas, TX

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Client: Baylor University Healthcare System Services: Streetscape Planning The Baylor University Medical Center was established in East Dallas in 1903. Since its establishment, the hospital has grown and expanded into a campus that includes multiple towers, medical office buildings and professional office buildings. Over the course of the hospital’s expansion, it assembled blocks of the surrounding neighborhood, which was slowly degrading, but it failed to put these pieces together in a way that established a campus identity. This led to a discontiguous campus with undefined edges and little sense of place. The Worth Street Master Plan looks at how one street’s careful redevelopment and thoughtful planning can serve as the spine of a new campus identity - one which has a sense of place and aids in the redevelopment of the surrounding neighborhood. The recommendation of applying active, permeable “casings” around parking garages shows that even the smallest changes can reshape the streetscape.

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Client: John Peter Smith Healthcare System Services: Schematic Design, Construction Observation The wife of a JPS doctor is memorialized by this small, densely planted garden that uses perennials, flowering evergreen shrubs and small flowering trees to accentuate seasonal change. Because color and form in the garden are continually evolving, return visits from season to season will be rewarded. A low bowl overfilled with water engages the aural senses, and the existing trellis dapples shade over the boulder seating found throughout the garden. In the hectic world of healthcare, this garden is a welcomed escape. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

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Cook Children’s Medical Center - Rooftop Sculpture Courtyard Fort Worth, TX Client: Cook Children’s Healthcare System Services: Schematic Design, Design Development, Construction Observation Taking children on a journey to a whimsical land where oversized creatures and flowers abound is the goal of the sculpture courtyard at this children’s hospital. The centerpiece of the courtyard is the cluster of “cattail reeds” whose ends are illuminated by color-changing fiber-optics. The reeds are set in a lake of recycled glass that is dammed up by an embankment of river boulders. Dragonflies, ladybugs, frogs and a giant worm are drawn to the lights and appear to be navigating the undulating terrain to get to them as quickly as possible. The installment is located in a rooftop courtyard visible to patients in the surrounding rooms and rooms in the adjacent tower. 1. Illustrative plan 2. 3d visualization (SketchUp) 3. 3d visualization (SketchUp)

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Cook Children’s Medical Center - Roundabout Concept Sketches Fort Worth, TX Client: Cook Children’s Healthcare System Services: Schematic Design, Construction Documents With the continued expansion of the Cook Children’s Medical Center Campus, upgrades to the infrastructure were needed. During the design of the roundabout, the client tasked the design team to create a few concepts for the interior of the 50’ diameter circle. The clipping of hedges into strong geometric patters has a long tradition dating back to the parterre gardens of Renaissance Italy. The formal nature of these gardens pairs well with the existing site, but in an effort to discover other possibilities, several, more contemporary concepts were developed and explored. These explorations were helpful in refining the design to a point where it could be bid and built by a contractor.

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Client: Inland American Communities Group, Inc. Services: Schematic Design, Design Development, Construction Documents Cityplace takes the site of a failed “sub-urban style” movie theater and transforms it into a vibrant retail/ residential/office development in the heart of Dallas. The three outdoor living spaces, the signature of the residential component, allow residents to enjoy the outdoors in a variety of ways. Each space provides unique uses and amenities accommodating both solitary contemplation and community gathering. The pool courtyard is marked by its “Mondrian-patterned” canopy that reaches out over the pool deck to cast colorful shadows.

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Midtown Park - Esplanade Parks Dallas, TX Client: Valencia Capital Services: Schematic Design, Design Development North Esplanade 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Existing Red Oak to be preserved Enhanced street light with decorative trellis base Decorative urn on stone plinth set within accent planting Crape Myrtle Allee set within decomposed granite Linear water trough or low water wall running through center of park Central seating plaza of travertine pavers

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The White Rock Creek Trail, which runs in close proximity to the Midtown Park development, is one of Dallas’ most widely used shared-use trails. It meanders through the inner-ring suburbs of Dallas and ties them to White Rock Lake, a hub of outdoor activity and recreation. To link Midtown Park with this trail and maximize its impact, the design team helped form partnerships with the City of Dallas, Oncore Energy, Dallas Area Rapid Transit and Valencia Capital. Working with all four parties, the design team worked to create a design solution that was in everyone’s interests. 1. Alternating drifts of native prairie grasses and low ornamental trees 2. Circular trailhead seating node defined by ornamental trees and accent plantings separated by concrete bands 3. Stone and wood seating cubes placed within patterned plaza allow for casual seating and gathering opportunities along the trail 4. Low stone wall provides separation from surrounding streetscape 5. Low stone and decorative metal plinths with planted urn provide define the edge of the trailhead seating nodes while serving as low district identifiers 6. Streetscape enhancements proposed along Treehouse Lane include decorative metal bollards, concrete pavers and concrete sidewalk enhancements 7. White Rock Trail Connector ties into existing DART light rail station

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Walsh Ranch Community - Entry Parkway Bridge Aesthetics Fort Worth, TX Client: Walsh Holdings, Inc. Services: Schematic Design, Design Development, Design Visualization Located at the eastern edge of “the West” at the intersection of I-30 and I-20, Walsh Ranch looks to transform its +7300 acres into the premier mixed-use community in the Southwest. Progressive planning techniques create the framework for Walsh Ranch Community to become a vital asset to the Fort Worth community. One of the goals of the Walsh Ranch Community is to create a strong sense of place, and the first elements to bear the responsibility of establishing that place are the bridges along Walsh Ranch Parkway, the community’s entry parkway. As bridge concepts are sketched and modeled for the client, prototypical elements are established for use on other elements throughout the community. The level of detail and particular application can change as needed, but the components that are a part of the bridge aesthetics can be used on everything from wayfinding monumentation to retaining walls. 1. 2. 3. 4.

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Walsh Ranch Community - Trails Master Plan Fort Worth, TX Client: Walsh Holdings, Inc. Services: Master Planning The natural character of Walsh Ranch is unique among mixed-used communities in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Where most communities are built on flat open cotton fields, Walsh Ranch has rolling hills flowing with prairie grasses and rocky creeks populated by large Cedar Elm mottes. Walsh Ranch Community looks to an extensive network of parks and open space to preserve its natural beauty and integrate natural systems into the community. A goal of the Trails Master Plan is to use the open space as a conduit for low-impact trails that seek to offer true transportation and recreation options. The plan proposes a hierarchy of pedestrian paths and shared-use paths that are buffered from adjacent roadways with generously planted open space. A series of trailhead monuments punctuate one’s entry to/exit from the trails network and add to the overall character of the community. The Trails Master Plan ultimately envisions people in the Walsh Ranch community freely weaving in and out of natural preserves while on their way to the store, the office, a child’s baseball game or home. 2

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Tree Common Name Shumard Red Oak Sweet Gum

Scientific name # Speced # Approved Remarks Quercus shumardii 5 *5 Liquidambar 2 2 styraciflua Myrica cerifera 13 13 June 25, 2011, 8:00 AM Cercis canadensis 4 0 Unavailable

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Shrub/Groundcover Date: June 25, 2011, 8:00 AM Common Name Scientific name Sample Approved (Y/N) Remarks TamProject: Juniper Juniperus sabina Wal-Mart – Store No.*Y523-02 ‘Tamariscifolia’ Little Princes Spirea Spiraea japonica N Unavailable Client: Wal-Mart ‘Little Princes’ Dwarf Yaupon Holly Ilex vomitoria ‘Nana’ *Y Dunaway Project No.: 2010038 Dwarf Glossy Abelia Abelia x grandiflora *Y dwarf Site Visit Location(s): Premier Nursery (Fort Worth, TX) Pink Muhly Muhlenbergia *Y capillaris Duration: 1 hr. TurfSite Lily Visit Liriope Liriope muscari Y

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Shrub/Groundcover Common Name Scientific name Sample Approved (Y/N) Client: Wal-Mart Tam Juniper Juniperus sabina *Y ‘Tamariscifolia’ Dunaway Project No.: 2010038 Little Princes Spirea Spiraea japonica N ‘Little Princes’ Site Visit Location(s): Premier Nursery (Fort Worth, Dwarf Yaupon Holly Ilex vomitoria ‘Nana’ *YTX) Dwarf Glossy Abelia Abelia x grandiflora *Y Site Visit Duration: 1 hr. dwarf Pink Muhly Muhlenbergia *Y Photos Taken: No capillaris Turf Lily Liriope Liriope muscari Y

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Wal-Mart Stores - Construction Observation Southwestern United States Client: Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. Services: Construction Observation Wal-Mart has continued to expand its market by moving into smaller communities throughout Texas. In addition to standard design criteria, Wal-Mart has comprehensive construction review criteria that design teams are encouraged to use during the construction observation portion of the project. When the project is awarded, a the landscape architect schedules a pre-construction meeting to review and clarify any major issues associated with the project. Then, a series of quality assurance visits are conducted on-site. The landscape architect reviews plant material at the growers’ nursery before it is purchased and brought to the site. When the contractor deems the project substantially complete, another site visit is made, and the landscape architect reviews planting and irrigation on the project. Upon correction of any issues found at the substantial completion review, the contractor enters into the 12-17 month extended maintenance and warranty period. Sixty-days prior to the expiration of the warranty period, the landscape architect makes another inspection and recommends what material needs to be replaced or corrected. Given the nature of these large retail projects, it is important that the landscape architect represents the client’s interests and ensures the quality of construction is exemplary.

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Pilot Square - Re:Vision Dallas Design Competition Dallas, TX Client: Central Dallas CCD and Re:Vision Dallas Design Jury Services: Project Captain and Lead Landscape Designer Presented the Special Award for Being Visionary, Pilot Square is an entry to Re:Vision Dallas, the final part in a series of Re:Vision international design competitions. Pilot Square joins Central Dallas CDC on their journey against poverty and provides creative solutions for mixed-income housing in Downtown Dallas. Its concept is an approach to community that addresses and supports the social, psychological, and economic issues associated with mixedincome housing. The built environment will use sustainable design to create a new definition of urban living and help re-stitch the fragments around the site into the existing urban fabric. The experience at Pilot Square will be dynamic, enlightening and memorable, catering to a broad range of generations and backgrounds.

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Repurposed airplane fuselage converted to dwelling units and are powered by wind turbines atop the tower Similar to a household wine rack, the towers superstructure allows “Fuselage Rooms� to be added as needed Accessible green roof accommodates formal and informal gatherings Permeable facade encourages street-level activity and cross-site redevelopment Graphic depiction of the timeline set out for the project team Solar panels allow net-zero energy consumption while greenhouses and a grow-tower provide an estimated 7,000 lbs of food per week Site Plan showing additional development

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Layout, Text, Illustrations and Photos by Eric Hadden, ASLA T: 979.571.5828 E: hadden.eric.a@gmail.com

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the design work of ERIC HADDEN  

A sample of work from the young designer Eric Hadden. This portfolio represents designs in the areas of landscape architecture, urban design...

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