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Environmental Design


Environmental Design: Landscape Design and Planning


Therapeutic garden design

Conceptual landscape design of a therapeutic garden located in a hospital. Attention to special needs in concern to micro-climate, seating areas, recreation spaces and plant choices.

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Concept design of Environmental Learning Center (1)

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Conceptual landscape design for an THE CONCEPT OF THE WORD INTERACT IS APPLIED TO THE FORM OF THE INTERACTION OF HUMANS AND THE NATUR environmental learning center as part of BOTH SEPARATED AND CONNECTED, THERE IS AN ABILITY Landscape Design Studio II Cal Poly THEat ENVIRONMENT TO INTERACT WITH NATURE THROUGH SPACES FROM AFAR Pomona. Project was based around a AND PHYSICALLY ENTERING THE SPAC TIME THE DESTINCT SEPARATIONS FROM EACH SPACE IS S word, then symbolism developed and ORGANIZATION OF HUMAN SPACE VE STRICT GEOMETRIC ORGANICwere SHAPES AND LESS STRUCTURED PATHS OF THE finally the symbol and concept incorporated into the landscape design. This given word was “interact” the concept was applied to the design in the form of interaction between humans and natural habitat. Both separated and THE CONCEPT OF THE WORD INTERACT IS APPLIED TO THE DESIGN IN THE connected, there is an ability for those FORM OF THE INTERACTION OF HUMANS AND THE NATURAL HABITAT. in BOTH SEPARATED AND CONNECTED, THERE IS AN ABILITY FOR THOSE IN the environment to interact with nature THE ENVIRONMENT TO INTERACT WITH NATURE THROUGH VIEWING THE through viewing the spaces from afar SPACES FROM AFAR AND PHYSICALLY ENTERING THE SPACES. AT THE SAME TIME THE DESTINCT SEPARATIONS FROM EACH SPACE IS SEEN IN THE VERY and physically entering the spaces. At STRICT GEOMETRIC ORGANIZATION OF HUMAN SPACE VERSUS THE ORGANIC SHAPES time AND LESS STRUCTURED PATHS OF THE HABITAT AREA. the same the distinct separation from each spaces is seen in the strict geometric organization of human spaces versus the organic shapes and less structured pathways of the developed habitat area.

THE CONCEPT OF THE WORD INTERACT IS APPLIED TO THE FORM OF THE INTERACTION OF HUMANS AND THE NATURA BOTH SEPARATED AND CONNECTED, THERE IS AN ABILITY F THE ENVIRONMENT TO INTERACT WITH NATURE THROUGH

Environmental Design: Landscape Design and Planning


Concept design of Environmental Learning Center (2)

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THE CONCEPT OF THE EXPAND AFFECTST THE DESIGN IN Second conceptual landscape design TYPE OF ACTIVITY AND ENERGY MOVES THROUG THE SP for an Environmental learning center IN THE CENTER, THE ACTIVITY IS VERY INSTRUCTIONALLY ORGANIZED WITHIN as part of Landscape Design Studio II THE BUILDING AND OUTDOOR EDU SOCIAL AREAS SURROUNDING THE BUILDING. THE ACTIV at Cal Poly Pomona. OUTWARD EXPANDING ON THE FORMAL INSTRUCTIONA

NATURE, LEADING TO MORE INTERACTION WITH THE SPA ORGANIZED BY TRAILS. THE OUTTER EDGE IS COMPLETE This design’s given word was LACKING TRAILS AND ANY ORGANIZED INSTRUCTION, E ACTIVITY FROM WHAT IS PRE-DETERMINED TO OPEN INT “expand” and it was incorporated

into the design in regards to the expanding of the type of activity and the flow of motion. Beginning from the center, the activity is structured THE CONCEPT OF THE EXPAND AFFECTST THE organized DESIGN IN THE WAYin THE around formal learning, TYPE OF ACTIVITY AND ENERGY MOVES THROUG THE SPACE. BEGINNING building andIS VERY outdoor education IN the THE CENTER, THE ACTIVITY INSTRUCTIONALLY BASED, ORGANIZED WITHIN THE BUILDING ANDthe OUTDOOR EDUCATIONAL AND area directly outside building. SOCIAL AREAS SURROUNDING THE BUILDING. THE ACTIVITY MOVES The activity the nextVIEWS area, OUTWARD EXPANDING expands ON THE FORMALto INSTRUCTIONAL OF NATURE, LEADING TOfrom MORE INTERACTION WITH THE SPACE, STILL morphing formal instruction, to ORGANIZED BY TRAILS. THE OUTTER EDGE IS COMPLETELY NATURAL, a more useINSTRUCTION, of space within LACKING TRAILSinteractive AND ANY ORGANIZED EXPANDING THE ACTIVITY FROM WHAT IS PRE-DETERMINED TO OPEN INTERPRETATION. the trail areas. The outside edges are completely natural, expanding the activity from pre-determined instruction to open exploration.

THE CONCEPT OF THE EXPAND AFFECTST THE DESIGN IN TYPE OF ACTIVITY AND ENERGY MOVES THROUG THE SPA IN THE CENTER, THE ACTIVITY IS VERY INSTRUCTIONALLY ORGANIZED WITHIN THE BUILDING AND OUTDOOR EDUC

Environmental Design: Landscape Design and Planning


Estate Landscape Design

Conceptual landscape design of a large residential estate located in northern California. Recreational spaces as well as communal gathering spaces were created. Attention to special event parking areas, views and entry place making were incorporated into the design as well as creative material choices.

Environmental Design: Landscape Design and Planning


Wildlife retreat center landscape design

Landscape design of a wildlife retreat center located on the coast of central California. Design paid attention to sustainable practice through water run-off treatment, local and natural materials as well as spatial and aesthetic principles in views, edges and circulation.

Environmental Design: Landscape Design and Planning


Master Planning: Fertilia, Italy

Master plan design and graphic for a team project in the town of Fertilia. Project focus was on Urban Design Revitalization and Ecological restoration of the adjacent lagoon and dune system.

Environmental Design: Landscape Design and Planning


Urban design details: Fertilia, Italy

Current Conditions

After renovation (Day)

After renovation (night)

Perspective images for Urban renovation design portion of team master planning project for Fertilia, IT, smart street design (left), arcade walkway renovations (above) and roundabout design and circulation planning images (below).

Environmental Design: Landscape Design and Planning


Environmental Design: Construction Documents


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Final Project from the course Landscape Construction I-Drainage and Grading, First year MLA at Cal Poly Pomona. Calculating drainage and grading changes of an existing construction plan for a conceptual plaza design.

Environmental Design: Construction Documents

Erin Feehily

Grading and drainage plan for Founder’s plaza


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Staking Plan for Founder’s plaza PLAN A PLAN A

DECK DETAIL SCALE 1/4” = 1’

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CONSTRUCTION LEGEND

NOTES: Construct Free-standing Masonry Wall as per Detail B, Sheet L-2 with stucco CONSTRUCTION on inside and outside faces. Stucco to be smooth, with final color Refernce Point to be determined in field. 1. Construct Free-standing Masonry Wall as per Detail B, Sheet L-2 with stucco on inside and outside faces. Stucco to be smooth, with final color Construct Retailing Wall as per Detail A, Sheet L-2 with stucco on outside face only.toStucco to be smooth, with final color to be be determined in field. C.L. Center Line 1. Construct Free-standing Masonry WallA,asSheet per Detail B, Sheet stucco inside and outside faces. with Stucco be smooth, determined in field. 2. Construct Retailing Wall as per Detail L-2 with stuccoL-2 on with outside faceononly. Stucco to be smooth, finaltocolor to be with final color C.L.O.D. Center Line Of Door to be determined in field. Construct Concrete Curb as per Detail D, Sheet L-2. Finish to be natural color concrete with smooth trowel finish. determined in field. 2. Construct Retailing Wall as per Detail A, Sheet L-2 with stucco on outside face only. Stucco to be smooth, with final to be 3 Construct Paving per Detail A, Sheet L-2. Finish to be natural color pre-fabricated concrete pavers in a herringbone pattern. Notes 3. Construct Concrete Curb as per Detail D, Sheet L-2. Finish to be natural color concrete with smooth trowelConstruction finish. color determined in field. Sub-base to be 4“ of poured concrete over 4” of well graded aggregate. 1/2“ Mortar between pavers. 4. Construct Paving per Detail A, Sheet L-2. Finish to be natural color pre-fabricated concrete pavers in a herringbone pattern. E.O.B. Edge of Building 3. Construct as per Detailover D, Sheet L-2. graded Finish toaggregate. be natural1/2“ color concrete with smooth Sub-base Concrete to be 4“ ofCurb poured concrete 4” of well Mortar between pavers. trowel finish. Construct Concrete Steps per Detail C, Sheet L-2. 4. withConstruct Construct Paving perSteps Detail A, Sheet C, L-2. Finish a herringbone E.O.D. Edge Of Door pattern. Detail Sheet L-2.to be natural color pre-fabricated concrete pavers in Construct Handicap ramp handrail wall attachment as per Detail D, Sheet L-2,5. ½” tubularConcrete steel design byper others Sub-base to be 4“ of poured concrete 4” of wellasgraded aggregate. 1/2“ Mortar pavers. 6. concrete Construct ramp handrail wallover attachment per Detail D, Sheet L-2, with between ½” tubular steel designFace by Of others Construct Concrete Ramp as per Detail D, Sheet L-2, Finish to be natural color with Handicap smooth trowel finish Building 5. Construct Concrete Concrete Ramp Steps per Detail C, Sheet L-2.L-2, Finish to be natural color concrete with smoothF.O.B. Construct as per D, Sheet trowel finish Construct Wood Deck as per Plan A, Sheet L-1. Finish to be two (2) coats of 7. semi-transparent stain per selection of Detail Landscape Architect in 6. Construct Wood Handicap ramp handrail wall attachment as per Detail with ½” tubular steel design by Of others Face Wall 8. Construct Deck as per Plan A, L-1. Finish to be twoD, (2)Sheet coatsL-2, of semi-transparent stainF.O.W. per selection of Landscape Architect in field at time of installation. Apply stain per manufacturer’s specifications. Contractor to submit to Landscape Architect allSheet necessary structural 7. Construct Concrete Ramp as per stain Detailper D, manufacturer’s Sheet L-2, Finish to be naturalContractor color concrete with smooth trowel finish field at time of installation. Apply specifications. to submit to Landscape Architect P.A. Planting Area all necessary structural plans, calculations and specifications for final approval before acquisition of permits. 8. Construct Wood Deck as per Plan A, Sheet L-1. Finishbefore to be two (2) coatsofofpermits. semi-transparent stain per selection of Landscape Architect in plans, calculations and specifications for final approval acquisition Construct Wood Overhead as per Plan B, Sheet L-1. Finish to be two (2) coats of semi-transparent stain per selection of Landscape Architect 3R. Risers field at time of installation. Apply stain per manufacturer’s specifications. Contractor to submit to Landscape Architect all 9. Construct Wood Overhead as per Plan B, Sheet L-1. Finish to be two (2) coats of semi-transparent stain per selection ofnecessary Landscapestructural Architect in field at time of installation. Apply stain per manufacturer’s specifications. Contractor to submit to Landscape Architect all necessary structural plans, and specifications for final approval beforespecifications. acquisition of Contractor permits. to submit to Landscape in field calculations at time of installation. Apply stain per manufacturer’s T. TreadsArchitect all necessary structural plans, calculations and specifications for final approval before acquisition of permits. 9. Construct Wood Overhead as per PlanforB,final Sheet L-1. Finish be two (2) of coats of semi-transparent stain per selection of Landscape Architect plans, calculations and specifications approval beforetoacquisition permits. Existing public sidewalk to remain. Protect in place. TYP. TypicalArchitect all necessary structural in field atpublic time of installation. Apply Protect stain perinmanufacturer’s specifications. Contractor to submit to Landscape 10. Existing sidewalk to remain. place. Existing driveway apron to remain. Protect in place. plans, calculations and specifications for final 10’-0” Method of Dimensioning - 10 ft., 6in. 11. Existing driveway apron to remain. Protect in approval place. before acquisition of permits. Planting area (typical). 10. Planting Existing public sidewalk to remain. Protect in place. 12. area (typical). 45° Degree of Arc Existing perimeter masonry wall to remain. Protect in place. 11. Existing Existing perimeter driveway apron to remain. Protect in place.in place. 13. masonry wall to remain. Protect 12. Planting area (typical). 13. Existing perimeter masonry wall to remain. Protect in place.

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Final Project from the course Landscape Construction II- Materials, First year MLA at Cal Poly Pomona. Staking plan and construction details from previous construction final project plaza site.

Environmental Design: Construction Documents

STAKING STAKING PLAN PLAN (WEST (WEST SECTION) SECTION) DECK DECK PLAN PLAN & OVERHANG & OVERHANG PLAN PLAN

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General Construction Notes that he shall assume sole and 1. The Contractor agrees 4’-2`” 5’-9” 4’-7” complete responsibility for the job site conditions including all 1. The agreesthe thatcourse he shall assume soleof and utilityContractor locations during of construction the project, complete responsibility forpersons the job and site conditions including all including the safety of all property. The contractor utility locations during the course of construction of the project, shall familiarize himself with all site conditions through plans including the safety of before all persons and property. The contractor and site observations the start of construction. shall familiarize himself all site conditions plans 2. It is the responsibility of with the Contractor to bringthrough forth and report and discrepancies, site observations before thethat startare of construction. any or conditions not according to plan, that 2. It is cause the responsibility of the Contractor to bringconditions forth and report will unsafe conditions, result in finished not to the any discrepancies, conditions2’-0” that notdiscrepancies according to plan, level of professionalorcompetence. Anyare such or45˚ that will cause unsafe in finished conditions not to the conditions shall beconditions, reported toresult the Client’s representative and/or levelLandscape of professional competence. Anytosuch discrepancies the Architect immediately rectify the problemor or 4 and/or conditions shall be reported to the Client’s representative the proposed work. the Landscape Architect immediately to rectifyshall the problem or 3. City streets, sidewalks and adjacent property be protected the proposed work. throughout construction. 3. City streets, sidewalks and adjacent shall be protected 4. It is the Contractors responsibility forproperty replacement, at own cost, throughout construction. of any existing items that are to remain and are damaged during 4. It is the Contractors for replacement, at own cost, construction. These responsibility items may include plant materials, paving, of any utilities existingsuch items are electrical, to remain and are damaged walls, asthat sewer, water supply, etc. during construction. These items mayabove include plant materials, paving, See appropriate plans for the items. walls, utilities suchproperty as sewer, electrical, water supply, etc. utilities, 5. All items of work, lines, and locations of existing See appropriate forshall the above items. etc., as shown onplans plans, be verified prior to commencing of 5. All items of work, property lines, and locations of existing utilities, work. Notify the Landscape Architect of any discrepancies. etc., Contractor as shown on plans, shall verified prior to commencing of 6. The shall obtain all be necessary permits and coordinate work. Notify the Landscape Architect of any discrepancies. all necessary inspections. 6. The Contractor Contractor shall shall coordinate obtain all necessary permits andwith coordinate 7. The all responsible work other all necessary related tradesinspections. as required, to accomplish all construction operations. 7. The Contractor shall coordinate all responsible work with other 8. Refer to Planting Plans for any boxed trees to be installed prior related trades as required, to accomplish all construction operations. to paving. 8. Refer to Planting anythe boxed to beedge installed prior 9. All dimensions arePlans takenfor from facetrees of walls, of paving, to paving. or centerline, unless noted otherwise on plan. All radii and curves 9. All dimensions are taken from the face of walls,without edge ofabrupt paving, shall have a smooth and continuous transition or centerline, unless noted otherwise on plan. All radii and curves changes or bends. shall have a smooth and continuous transition without abrupt 10. The Contractor shall guarantee all responsible work for a period changes or bends. vof one year. 10. The Contractor shall guarantee all responsible work for a period vof one year.

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Construction detail drawings for plaza

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#4 HORIZ REBAR, 16” O.C. #4 HORIZ REBAR, 16” O.C. #4 HORIZ REBAR, 16” O.C. #4 VERT REBAR, O.C. #4 VERT REBAR, O.C. #4 VERT REBAR, O.C.

8” #4 HORIZ REBAR @ 16” O.C. #4 HORIZ REBAR @ 16” O.C. #4 HORIZ REBAR @ 16” O.C. #4 VERT REBAR @ 16” O.C. #4 VERT REBAR @ 16” O.C. #4 VERT REBAR @ 16” O.C. CONC WALL CONC WALL CONC WALL

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CONC FTG CONC FTG CONC FTG #4 HORIZONTAL REBAR (FTG) #4 HORIZONTAL REBAR (FTG) #4 HORIZONTAL HORIZONTAL REBAR REBAR (FTG) (FTG) #4 #4 HORIZONTAL REBAR (FTG) @ 16” O.C. (ALT BEND) #4 O.C. HORIZONTAL REBAR (FTG) @ 16” (ALT BEND) @ 16” O.C. (ALT BEND)

POURED IN PLACE CONC WALL POURED IN PLACE CONC WALL POURED IN PLACE CONC WALL #4 HORIZ REBAR IN FTG O.C. #4 HORIZ REBAR IN FTG O.C. #4 HORIZ REBAR IN FTG O.C. #4 HORIZ REBAR IN FTG #4 HORIZ REBAR IN FTG #4 HORIZ REBAR IN FTG CONC FTG CONC FTG CONC FTG SUBGRADE COMPACT COMPACT SUBGRADE COMPACT SUBGRADE

FREESTANDING WALL DETAIL FREESTANDING WALL SCALE: 1/2” DETAIL = 1’ DETAIL BB SCALE: 1/2” = WALL 1’ B FREESTANDING SCALE: 1/2” = 1’

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8”

1’-0”

3’-0” to 8’-0”

3’-0”3’-0” to 8’-0” to 8’-0”

4” 4” 4”

4” 4”4”4” 4” 4”

10”

8”

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#4 HORIZ REBAR, 16” O.C. #4 HORIZ REBAR, 16” O.C. #4 HORIZ REBAR, 16” O.C.

CONCRETE PAVERS CONCRETE PAVERS 1/2” MORTAR JOINT PAVERS 1/2”CONCRETE MORTAR JOINT 1/2” MORTAR JOINT CONC. CONC. CONC. AGGREGATE BASE AGGREGATE BASE AGGREGATE BASE

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COMPRESS SUBGRADE COMPRESS SUBGRADE COMPRESS SUBGRADE

RETAINING WALL DETAIL SCALE: 1/2” = 1’ AA SCALE: 1/2”WALL = 1’ DETAIL A RETAINING SCALE: 1/2” = 1’

STUCCO VENEER STUCCO VENEER STUCCO VENEER

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#4 VERTICAL REBAR #4 VERTICAL REBAR REBAR POURED #4 IN VERTICAL PLACE POURED IN PLACE CONCRETE STAIR POUREDSTAIR IN PLACE CONCRETE #4 HORIZONTAL CONCRETE STAIR #4 HORIZONTAL REBAR 2” FROM BASE #4 HORIZONTAL REBAR 2” FROM BASE #4 HORIZONTAL REBAR 2” FROM BASE #4 HORIZONTAL REBAR ON EDGE TYP #4 HORIZONTAL REBAR ON EDGE TYP REBAR ON EDGE TYP

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PLANTING PLANTING AREA PLANTING AREA 6”-9” GRAVEL AREA 6”-9” GRAVEL 6”-9” GRAVEL #4 VERT REBAR @ 16” O.C. #4 VERT REBAR @ 16” O.C. #4 VERT REBARCONC @ 16”WALL O.C. CONC WALL CONC WALL PERFORATED PIPE PERFORATED PIPE PERFORATED PIPE #4 HORIZ REBAR @ 16” O.C. #4 HORIZ REBAR @ 16” O.C. #4 HORIZ CONC FTG REBAR @ 16” O.C. CONC #4 FTG REBAR (FTG) CONCHORIZONTAL FTG #4 HORIZONTAL REBAR (FTG) #4 HORIZONTAL REBAR (FTG) #4 HORIZONTAL REBAR (FTG) @ 16” O.C. (ALT BEND) #4 HORIZONTAL REBAR (FTG) @ 16” O.C. (ALT BEND) 8” @ 16” O.C. (ALT BEND)

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STUCCO VENEER STUCCO VENEER STUCCO VENEER

4” 8” 4” 8” 4” 4” 8” 4”

STAIR DETAIL

STAIR DETAIL SCALE: 1/2” = 1’ STAIR SCALE: 1/2”DETAIL = 1’ SCALE: 1/2” = 1’

2”x64” RAFTER 2”x64” RAFTER 2”x64” RAFTER METAL ANCHOR CONNECTION METAL ANCHOR CONNECTION FROM RAFTER TO BEAM METAL ANCHOR CONNECTION FROM RAFTER TO BEAM


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1-1/2” DIAM STEEL RAILS & POSTS

12” 16”

CONC. WALL CURB POURED IN PLACE CONC. WALL

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WALL MOUNTED TUBULAR STEEL HANDRAIL

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FREESTANDING TUBULAR STEEL HANDRAIL

FREESTANDING TUBULAR STEEL HANDRAIL

6” COMPRESSED SUBGRADE

#4 VERT REBAR, 32” O.C. #4 HORIZ REBAR #4 HORIZ REBAR, ALT BEND

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1938 BRADBURY BLVD LOS ANGELES, CA 90015

6” AGGREGATE BASE

FOUNDERS’ PLAZA

6” CONCRETE RAMP

VARIES, MIN 6”

34”

16”

4” 4” 4”

3’-0”

POSTS ARE 4’-0” O.C.

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CONC WALL

1’-0

#4 HORIZ REBAR @ 16” O.C.

AGG. BASE

CONC FTG #4 HORIZONTAL REBAR (FTG) 10”

8”

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2”x 6” DOUGLAS FIR RAIL TOPPER TOP IS 42” FROM DECKING

2”x 6” DOUGLAS FIR RAIL TOPPER TOP IS 42” FROM DECKING (TYP)

OIST HANGER DGER BOARD

34” 1’-0”

#4 HORIZ REBAR IN FTG 16” SQ. PIER WITH BEAM CONNECTION HARDWARE PLACED 6’ O.C. (TYP)

CONC WALL

CONC FTG

6” CONCRETE 4”x 8” DOUGLAS FIR BEAM, 7’ O.C. RAMP 16” SQ. PIER WITH BEAM CONNECTION 6” AGGREGATE HARDWARE, PLACED 6’ O.C. BASE

FIN GRADE

6” COMPRESSED SUBGRADE

CONC FTG METAL JOIST HANGER CONNECTED TO LEDGER BOARD 10” LAG SCREW CONNECTION TO FOUNDATION WALL 8” 8” 8”

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#4 HORIZONTAL REBAR (FTG)

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COMPACTED SUBGRADE

#4 HORIZONTAL REBAR (FTG) @ 16” O.C. (ALT BEND)

COMPACTED SUBGRADE

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STAIR DETAIL

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2”x64” RAFTER LEDGER METAL ANCHOR CONNECTION FROM RAFTER TO BEAM

2”x 6” DOUGLAS FIR RAFTERS ON EDGE SPACED EVERY 4” O.C.

4”x 4” DOUGLAS ATTACHED TO POST

4”x4” BEAM

4”x 4” DOUGLAS FIR OVERHANG POST 9’ H SPACED EVENLY WITH PIER ON EASTERN EDGE OF PATIO (TYP)

LAG SCREW CONNECTION TO FOUNDATION WALL

2”x 2” DOUGLAS FIR BALUSTERS, 3” SPACING (TYP) 2”x 4” DOUGLAS FIR TOP/BOTTOM RAILS (TYP) 4”x 4” DOUGLAS FIR POSTS (TYP)

4”x 4” DOUGLAS FIR SPACED 8’ H SPACED E ON EASTER

2”x 6” DOUGLAS FIR RAIL TOPPER TOP IS 42” FROM DECKING

2”x 6” DOUGLAS FIR RAIL TOPPER TOP IS 42” FROM DECKING (TYP)

METAL JOIST HANGER CONNECTED TO LEDGER BOARD

42”

4”x 4” DOUGLAS FIR POST

*ALL RAIL ATTACHME BY LAG SCREWS

2”x 4” DOUGLAS FIR TOP/BOTTOM RAILS *ALL RAIL ATTACHMENTS BY LAG SCREWS

2”x 2” DOUGLAS FIR BALUSTERS, 3” SPACING

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2”x 6” DOUGLAS FIR DECKING, SPACED 1/8” APART(TYP) METAL JOIST HANGER

4”x 8” DOUGLAS FIR BEAM, 7’ O.C. (TYP)

2”x 10” DOUGLAS FIR JOIST, 24” O.C.

16” SQ. PIER WITH BEAM CONNECTION HARDWARE PLACED 6’ O.C. (TYP)

LEDGER 8”

4” 4” 4”

METAL POST CONNECTION FROM DECKING 2”x 6” DOUGLAS FIR DECKING, SPACED 1/8” APART

1’-0”

AGGREGATE BASE

8”

3’-0” to 8’-0”

METAL JOIST HANGER #4 VERT REBAR @ 16” O.C. 2”x 10” DOUGLAS FIR JOIST, 24” O.C.

2”x 2” DOUGLAS FIR BALUSTERS, 3” SPACING

METAL POST CONNECTION FROM DECKING POURED IN (TYP) PLACE CONC WALL 2”x 6” DOUGLAS FIR DECKING, SPACED 1/8” APART(TYP) #4 HORIZ REBAR IN FTG O.C. 4”x 8” DOUGLAS FIR BEAM, 7’ O.C. (TYP)

#4 HORIZ REBAR @ 16” O.C.

CONC.

2”x 4” DOUGLAS FIR TOP/BOTTOM RAILS

1-1/2”

42”

2”x 4” DOUGLAS FIR #4 HORIZ 16” RAIL O.C. ATTACHMENTS TOP/BOTTOM RAILS (TYP)REBAR, *ALL BY LAG SCREWS 4”x 4” DOUGLAS FIR POSTS (TYP) #4 VERT REBAR, O.C.

8”

WALL MOUNTED TUBULAR STEEL HANDRAIL *ALL RAIL ATTACHMENTS BY LAG SCREWS

4”x 4” DOUGLAS FIR POST

2”x 2” DOUGLAS FIR BALUSTERS, 3” SPACING (TYP) #4 HORIZ REBAR, 16” O.C.

STUCCO VENEER

FREESTANDING TUBULAR STEEL HANDRAIL

4”x 4” DOUGLAS FIR OVERHANG POST SPACED 8’ H SPACED EVENLY WITH PIER ON EASTERN EDGE OF PATIO

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4”x 4” DOUGLAS FIR OVERHANG POST 9’ H SPACED EVENLY WITH PIER ON EASTERN EDGE OF PATIO (TYP)

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SCALE: 1/2” = 1’

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4”x 4” DOUGLAS FIR DOUBLE BEAMS ATTACHED TO POST WITH LAG SCREWS

4”x4” BEAM

RETAINING WALL DETAIL

CONCRETE PAVERS 1/2” MORTAR JOINT

12”

2”x 6” DOUGLAS FIR RAFTERS ON EDGE SPACED EVERY 4” O.C.

1-1/2”

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8”

METAL ANCHOR CONNECTION FROM RAFTER TO BEAM

COMPRESS SUBGRADE

#4 HORIZONTAL REBAR (FTG) @ 16” O.C. (ALT BEND) 8”

16”

4” 4” 4”

12”

2”x64” RAFTER

CONC.

16”

#4 VERT REBAR @ 16” O.C.

PERFORATED PIPE LEDGER

#4 VERTICAL REBAR POURED IN PLACE CONCRETE STAIR #4 HORIZONTAL REBAR 2” FROM BASE #4 HORIZONTAL REBAR ON EDGE TYP

6”-9” GRAVEL

CONC. AGGREGATE BASE

POSTS ARE 4’-0” O.C.

3’-0

SCALE: 1/2” = 1’

POURED IN PLACE CONCRETE WALL

PLANTING AREA

16”

3’-0” to 8’-0”

CONCRETE PAVERS 1/2” MORTAR JOINT

4” 4” 4”

SCALE: 1/2” = 1’

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FREESTANDING WALL DETAIL

CONC. FO

CONC. FOOTING (TYP)

METAL JOIST HANGER CONNECTED TO LEDGER BOARD

COMPACTED SUB

COMPACTED SUBGRADE

LAG SCREW CONNECTION TO FOUNDATION WALL

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16” SQ. PIER

FIN GRADE

8”

16”

8”

NORTH FACING DECK DETAIL SCALE: 1/2” = 1’

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Final Project from the course Landscape Planting Design, First year MLA at Cal Poly Pomona. Re-design of existing courtyard on Cal Poly Pomona’s campus. A variety of colors and textures in planting varietals were used with attention to micro-climate and using plants to create a comfortable and inviting outdoor study and relaxation area.

Brugmansia x insignis ‘Frosty Pink’

Angel’s Trumpet

10-12’ H/W

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Evergreen yellow to pink fragrant flowers

Magnolia stellata

Star Magnolia

10-15 H/ 20’W

M|1

Keep out of hot sun exposure

Pistachia chinesis

Chinese Pistache

25-35’ H/ W

M|1

D- Red fall color, med. green leaves

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Psidium cattleanum

Strawberry Guava

10-15’ H/ 10-12’ W

M|1

Twisting branch habit, medium green leaves, deciduous bark, reddish brown to gray, small white flowers in spring and bright red fruit.

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Schefflera actinophylla

Queensland Umbrella Tree

20-40’ H/ 20-30’ W

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E-Dense Shade Red flowers in early summer

Phormium tenax ‘Firebird”

New Zealand Flax ‘Firebird’

5’H/ 3-4’W

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Rose-red with bronze-green margins, upright

Phormium tenax ‘Surfer”

New Zealand Flax ‘Surfer’

3-4’H/W

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Rigid sea green leaves with plum brown margins/undersides, tall/upright shape.

Pittosporum tobira ‘Wheeler’s Dwarf’

Mock Orange ‘Wheeler’s Dwarf’

3-4’H/4-6’W

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Shiny, medium green, mounding structure

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PERENNIALS AND GRASSES Clivia miniata

Kaffir Lily

18-24” H/W

M|1

Dark green strap leaf, orange spring flower

Dietes grandiflora

Fortnight Daylily

4’ H/ 3’W

M|1

White flower with purple /yellow marking

Festuca ovina glauca

Blue Fescue

12” H/W

M|1

Clumping Blue, will lie down in full sun

Lirope muscari ‘Silvery Sunproof’

Silvery Sunproof Lilyturf

15-18” H/12-18”W

M|1

Green band leaf striped with white, light purple flower during summer

Pennisetum orientale

Oriental Fountain Grass

2-3’ H/W

M|1

Green leaves, white/blush tinged inflorescences late spring

Fragaria chiloensis

Beach Strawberry

6-8” H

M|1

Partial shade, white flowers with yellow stamen, strawberry like fruit

Pelargonium tomentosum

Peppermint Geranium

1-2’ H/ 3-4’W

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Light shade/Part sun, White flower in spring/summer –evergreen felt texture

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Perspective drawings of planting design plan

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