Page 1

Grisol Ramirez Grisolr@cpp.edu 909-236-3722

Education 2014 - 2018

California state polytechnic university, pomona Bachelor of landscape architecture - 3.2 gpa graduating june 2018

2010-2014

Village Academy High school High school diploma - 3. 6 Gpa Graduated may 2014

experience 2018

nATIONAL lANDSCAPE COMPETITION - NORTH CAROLINA ANNUAL AND PERENNIAL IDENTIFICATION CATEGORY

2017

upland unified district- upland landscape architectural designer , organizer and graphics intern

2014 - 2016

ENV Print Lab - Cal poly pomona laser cutter, print and graphics worker, HIGH LEVEL OF SERVICE EXPERIENCE

skills

awards 2018

Creative: SKETCHING, PHOTOGRAPHY, water color painting Physical: model making, wood shop, lasercutting, 3d printing 2d: photoshop, illustrator, autocad, indesign 3D: rhino, v-ray, lumion, sketch up, ArcGIS dean’s list academic achievement

2017

walt disney imagineering narrative award first place recognition

2017

walt disney imagineering individual award first place recognition

2016

JAPANESE FRIENDSHIP GARDEN student dESIGN RECOGNITION

2016

dEAN’S LIST ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTs

rEFERENCES

andy wilcox - aowilcox@cpp.edu IRMA RAMRIEZ - ieramirez@cpp.edu kevin slawson - kslawson@edgelandstudio.com keiji uesugi - kuesugi@cpp.edu


Grisol Ramirez landscape architecture Portfolio


GRISOL RAMIREZ CONTENTS 01 THE YARDA tIJUANA BORDER 02 iNTERTWINED LANDSCAPES SAN DIEGO JAPANESE GARDEN 03 WEAVED LANDS COVINA PARK 04 AUTOCAD SAMPLES VARIES 05 PERSONAL DESIGN WORKS UPLAND irrigation design GARDEN 06 Model Making Design work and hobby 1


A GLIMPSE ABOUT ME FACTS

What I enjoy

Name:

Grisol Ramirez

Language:

English and Spanish

Address:

1601 South Garey Avenue Pomona, CA United States

Phone: Email:

Sketching, photography, hiking, graphic design, designing, learning, watercoloring, woodmodeling, laser cutting.

909-236-3722 grisolr@cpp.edu

who to contact Andy wilcox

aowilcox@cpp.edu Chair of the dpt. of landscape architecture

Irma Ramirez

ieramirez@cpp.edu Architect Professor

Kevin Slawson

kslawson@edgelandstudio.com Landscape Architect Professor and Edge Studio Manager

Ksenia Glenn

ksenia_glenn@upland.k12.ca.us Upland Internship Manager

Keiji Uesugi

kuesugi@cpp.edu Landscape Architect Professor

my skills Adobe Photoshop Adobe Illustrator Adobe Indesign Autocad Sketch Up Rhino V-rRay Lumion ArcGIS 2


Project type: Landscape and urban design date: fall 2017

The Yarda 01

The US-Mexican border is a physical barrier constructed over an imaginary line that separates two countries. In the process of this constructing this wall, families are separated, the intermingling of cultures becomes interrupted, economies with the potential to thrive are halted and scars are created in beautiful landscapes. Through our site visit, interviews, and research we found that Border Field State park is unofficially named the ugliest park. What if the imaginary line that divides was given a thickness in which program was implemented to repurpose the border from a place of separation to one of gathering. Creating a neutral zone in which the enforcement zone is stretched creating The Yard-a.

teammates: leo rios, nick ramirez, jocyln hernandez

3


BI-NATIONAL JARDIN


Conceptual Diagram

SECURITY

Legends

CLANDESTINE OCCUPATIONS & MEETINGS LA PLAZITA

LA MARKETA

TRENCH

MUSEO DE JOURNEYS

BORDER BOARDWALK

PATHWAYS BORDER PROGRAMS CIRCULAR FORMS TRENCH BOARDWALK

THEMES DUALITY OPPOSITES REPURPOSE RECONSTRUCT TRANSPARENCY

SITE SENTIMENT COLLAGE This diagram portrays the emotions we felt being on either side of the border, one happy and colorful with art and the other barren and sad. This buffer area shows the two barriers built for an enforcement zone.

5


site analysis

enforcement zone

existing border line

6 redefined barriers


site plan

story line

7


SECTIONS

BI-NATIONAL JARDIN 8


manipulation of topography

movement concept

9


10


Projecttype: type:Landscape Landscapeand andurban urbandesign design Project date: date:fall fall2016 2017

IntertwinedThelandscape Yarda 02 01

The US-Mexican border is a physical barrier construct-

The design is called intertwined landscape because it is designed to ed over education an imaginary lineJapanese that separates two the encourage about the culture through countries. In the process ofrice thisterraces constructing this inspiration of the famous Japanese by working with the opportunity of the landform the garden. Designing wall, families areexisting separated, theinintermingling of a curvilinear landforms and economies multi-purposewith buildings culturesintertwined becomes interrupted, the that interpret the rice terraces because this was the overall potential to thrive are halted and scars are created driving force into the design to achieve the purpose of educating in beautiful landscapes. Through our site visit, the visitors about Japanese culture.

interviews, and research we found that Border Field State park is unofficially named the ugliest park. What if the imaginary line that divides was given a thickness in which program was implemented to repurpose the border from a place of separation to one of gathering. Creating a neutral zone in which the enforcement zone is stretched creating The Yard-a.

11


upper plaza

main entrance

design site plan exhibits

amphitheater cafe

friendship gate

nursery

terraces edible garden auditorium building healing garden restAurant

plaza

12


plaza section

plaza pathway

outdoor eating area

main plaza center

street scale: 1/8”= 1’-0”

13


edible garden plan view seating area c

area d

water fountain seating area

outdoor classroom

pathway

area a

area e

bamboo walkway

area b area c area c

area c view

14


EDIBLE GARDEN

SECTION CUTS

pathway

area a

outdoor area

pathway

area d

pathway

area b

pathway

area c

area c

pathway

area c

15 pathway

area e


project type: landscape and urban Design date: spring 2017

weaved lands 03

weaved lands was design to enhance the aesthetic use of the residents and cycling experience reflecting the identity of Covina and the pedestrian and bicycle circulation in an aesthetic way that serves the identity of Covina through the application of art, history and ecological corridors.

teammates: Bessy barahona and rosa mendoza

16


banna park render

bike connection concept

17


C

BIKE STATION

A

B

A

POCKET pocket GARDEN garden

D

NATIVE nativeGARDEN garden

G

UNIDENTIFIED SEATING seating

B

orange GROVE grove ORANGE

E

UNIDENTIFIED PATH path

H

POCKETgarden pocket

C

LAWN / MOUND turf/mounds

F

GARDEN/ POCKET pocket garden

I

BUTTERFLYgarden GARDEN butterfly 18


D

MAIN ENTRANCE

I E

H

F

G

design site plan weaved lands

19


ION

K STAT

E AV S U ITR

LIN METRO

C

ENCLOSED BIKE STATION

RDINO

RNA AN BE

S

CIVIC

RD

R PARK

CENTE

POCKET PARK

BIO-RETENTION

LIGHTING

20

GREEN ALLEYS


covina design concept

open areas

BIKE LINES

STREET TREES

OPEN BIKE STATION

CITY

HALL

T

SEATING AREAS

C

A US ITR

VE

GE S

LE COL

ILLO

BAD

ST

WAY FINDING 21


project type: construction documents date: winter 2017

autocad samples 04

these construction documents illustrate my atucoad and construction samples . The first construction documents are based on a bench design that is illustrated below, other document forms illustrate grading, and construction design.

22


bench construction documents

23


64

63

64

63

L-17

CONCRETE PAVING

FREE STANDING BRICK WALL

647. 647.

647. 647.

L-13

64

644.48 F 647. 647. 647. 647.

647. 647. 647. 647.

647.31 F

647. 647.43 F

2.0%

EQUIPMEN ROOM

647.75 F

647.75 F

647.75 F

1% - 2 647.43 F CONCRETE PAVING

L-16

647.75 F

647.33

CONCRETE SLAB FINISH

L-07

64

ROOF GUTTER OUTLET

647.75 F

64

L-17

647.75 F

BRICK PAVING

64 64

PATHWA TO HIKING PATH

64

GIFT SHO 647.75 FFE

64

FREE STANDIN WALL

64

646.83 64 L-18

65

65 L-08

65

PAVING PATHWAY STEPS

HANDRAIL WITH STEPS

HPS 646.33

L-12

647.75 F 647.25 F

BS 647.3 TS 651.8

L-09

WOOD TIMBER STAIRS

65 64 64

64

64

64

64

63

SITE DESIGN BASED ON RED ROCK CANYON VISITOR CENTER, LAS VEGAS NEVADA. ARCHITECT: LINE AND SPACE ADJUSTMENTS BY KEIJI UESUGI FOR ACADEMIC USE

63

SITE PLA

64

24


grading

12'-1"

9'-5

11'-2"

63

26'-5"

63

17'-5"

5'-4

63

STON RETAINING WALL

63

63

L-13

12'-2"

64

35'-8"

ENTRY RAM WITH HANDRAI

L-11

638.24 F

64

64

64 5'

A.

ENTRY WALKWA BRICK PAVING

L-14

64

64

ADA RAMP CONCRETE PAVIN

L-15

19'-6"

646.48 F

10'-6"

64

NTRY PLAZ

1.5% 646.98 F 63

RESTROOM

RESTROOM

639.04 T

63

639.37 T ENTRY PLAZ PAVING

646.48 F

64 64

L-14

2.0%

639.52 F ADA RAMP CONNECTIO TO ENTRY PLAZA 63

64

64 64

3.0%

638.00 F

64

63

64

3.0%

64

638.02 T

PARKING AREA W/ ADA -COMPLIAN SPACES

63

ASPHALT PAVING 63

63

3.0% 63

636.61 T 636.11 B 636.07 T 635.57 B

63

L-16

63

25


project type: irrgation design date: summer internship 2017

personal design 05

the following images and documents portray the irrigation design and ideal kinds of plants to grow in this donated space behind Upland High School over the summer of 2017.

26


process images

27


AINLIN


concept

1/2 PIPE

29


project 01 model

30


project 02 model

31


Grisol Ramirez grisolr@cpp.edu 929.236.3722

Portfolio 2018  

Here is a updated Portfolio showing my skills and passion towards different ways of designing throughout my learning experience in Cal Poly...

Portfolio 2018  

Here is a updated Portfolio showing my skills and passion towards different ways of designing throughout my learning experience in Cal Poly...

Advertisement