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Jeremy M. Schaub Portfolio


Sustainability is Balance Suburbia Transformed 2.0 Award Winning Entry James Rose Center, Ridgewood NJ

This design was a successful attempt to blend sustainable living with a new esthetic to blur the line between home and habitat. The intention is to create a strong connection between the inhabitants, the land, and the community. Balancing these aspects is a powerful way to make humanity feel connected and invested in the land and discover the need to live more sustanable .

Existing Site Usage

Private Space / Residence Gardens / Residence Disturbed Field / Residence

Begin Home broken down to original modular building blocks.

Scope of use never extends beyond property lines and only reenforces imbalance of the home with surrounding nature and community.


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10 20

50ft

100

Lost Opportunities

A Nearby bus stop and recreational bike trail offer incredible opportunities to connect the site to a larger community. The under utilized disturbed field in the client’s lot could be used to mutually benefits the native habitat and the community surrounding it.

N

Proposed Site Usage

Client Site

Odd shaped lot with no attempt to connect or balance itself with the surrounding natural habitat or community. Simply a living space dropped at the edge of the road.

Gardens / Residence Private Space / Residence

Usage now communicates balance with the community and natural habitat.

Natural Habitat & Human Activity Community / Wildlife Water Collection & Filtration Community / Wildlife Windbreak Community

Reconstruct

Home resembled to exist comfortably between winter winds and summer

New Home


Temporal Landscape Incarnate Beebe Lake, Cornell University

This is an environmental restoration of a dammed river basin. The intention is transformation of the site closer to an esthetic and habitat found in the early 1800s before encroachment of industry. This will improve human interaction with the site by creating a more dynamic and engaging environment. These changes will increase the number of visitors to the site and bring immeasurable research opportunities for students and faculty to research restoration practices. Composite of Sediment Deposits

1954

1938

1964

1980

1991

1938-1991

Over Lay of Mapped Stream Bed to Modern Lake

1871

1866

1866/1871

Historical aerial photographs were used to track sediment deposits on the man made lake to find a pattern which would lead to the formation of a river system. But historical evidence from maps proved much more conclusive.

Existing

Proposed boardwalks to bring visitors closer to wetlands

Proposed

North/South Section


Current Conditions

High Water Channel

Proposed Increase

Higher Traffic / Higher Interaction Lower Traffic / Some Interaction

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Water Surface / None

100

200

500

1000 ft

Low Water Channel

Floodplain Forests Platanus occidentalis Populas deltoides Acer neugundo Lindera benzoin

Section/Volumes of New Environments River

Platanus occidentalis Populas deltoised Acer neugundo Solidago gigantea

Floodplain Forest

Platanus occidentalis Populas deltoised Acer neugundo Lindera benzoin

Wetland

Platanus occidentalis Populas deltoised Acer neugundo Lindera benzoin

Upland Forests

Acer rubrum Acer saccharinum Pinus strobus Tsuga canadensis Carpinus caroliniana


Student Memorial Garden Cornell Unversity Ithaca, NY

This design will better utilize one of the few beautiful open green spaces of the Cornell campus. The metamorphosis will bring and uplifting and reflective space to remember students who were lost while attending Cornell University. To maintain the beautiful setting, the presence of the memorial has been kept to a minimal size consisting of a central water feature surround by memorial cairns. Names of student will be carved into the water channel for friends and families to visit

Examples of Cairns Shape and Sizes


Main Cairn

Water Feature

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5

N 10

20

30

40


Man of Motion Glenn H. Curtis Memorial Park Hamensport, NY

Glenn Curtis used his passion for speed and mechanism to herald many of the innovations in transportation we take for granted today; from bicycles, to motorcycles, lighter than air dirigibles, and some of the earliest and most successful air craft. The intention for this memorial park was use of a representation of circular motion in the installations and in the walkways. This is the form seen when watching a propeller in motion and was the key to all of Glenn’s inventions. No matter if it was the cam shaft of the engines he built, the speeding wheels of the motorcycle he set a world speed record on, or in the propellers he designed for his air craft. This circular motion was the key to the man and his machines.

Designs of awnings to bring the esthetic of the earliest planes to the park.

Along with motion in the plants themselves especially the sumaras, just like the motion of Glenns’s propellers.


10 0

20

40

60

N

Raised

Depressed

Positioning of raised berms and depression with alternating pattern gives motion to the land itself.

80

100


Inkberry ex.

Garden Design

ex.

ex.

LI

Lagerstroemia indica x fauriei ‘Sioux’

Crepe Myrtle Sioux

LF

Leucothoe fontanesiana 'Rainbow'

Drooping Leucothoe 'Rainbow'

POD

Physocarpus opulifolius ‘Diablo’

Diablo Nine Bark

POS

Physocarpus opulifolius ‘Summer Wine’

Summer Wine Nine Bark

MP

Myrica pensylvanica

Bayberry

MS

Miscanthus sinensis ‘Nippon’

Miscanthuis Nippon

ex.

ex.

Nauset High School Eastham, MA

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Conceptual planting design for a local high school to improve a main entry for students and guests alike. Plant material was chosen for interest and color during fall, winter, and spring. Along with utilizing a generous pallet of native species. ex.

ex.

WFV

Nepeta x faassenii 'Walker's Low’

Catmint Walker’s Low

ex.

SA

Sedum x ‘Autumn Joy’

Autumn Joy Sedum

ST

Sedum tellphium ’Vera Jameson’

Vera Jameson Sedum

SC

Spiraea x arguta ‘Compacta’

Dwarf Garland Spirea

Spiraea japonica ‘Little Princess’

Little Princess Spirea

ex.

Grass or Ground cover

ex.

ex.

SJ SS

ex. ex.

3

ex.

1 AT

Planting Plans for Beds

4

5

FG

4 LF

5 ST 3 AGL 5

6 5 LF AT 5

3

AGL

HO

WFV

6 ST 1

AGL

3

3

AGK

5

5 6 5 FG 7 CA AO CA SA

7

AO

AGK

POD

3 4 SC SS

WFV

FG

5 AT

FG

7

HO

6 AT 4 IS 1

3

7 IS

3

POS

3 SA 5

MP

ex.

1

Schizachyrium scoparium Little Blue Stem ‘The Blues”

3

IS

3

3

1

3

3

POS

1

POS

CV

POD

3

IS

3 5 MS 3 WFV

1 LI

AO

FG

3

MS

3 5 SC

3

SC

5 3 SA AO

MP

WFV

3 8 ST WFV

MP

6 1 6 IS CV SA

3 3 6 ST MP 6 IS WFV

1 1 11 4 CV 6 10 CV AT SA AT SA 4 WFV 7 5 3 4 SJ SA IS ST 2 12 3 4 3 3 AO SC SS MP SC 3 IS 3 3 MP 6 IS 3 7 4 AT SS 7 5 AT IS 3 3 HQ ST 8 FG SS MS AT 4 WFV 4 3 8 SS WFV 6 SA 5 IS 1 3 AO LI MS 3

CV

2

MP 3 3 MS MS

3

MP

Existing

6

AO

6

FG

6

4 8 SJ HQ

WFV

5

MP


Conceptual Base Map North ex.

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Grass or Ground cover

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1 AT

Planting Plans for Beds

4

5

FG

HO

6

6 5 LF AT 5

4 LF

1 POD 3 Proposed

3

IS

IS

3 5 MS 3 WFV

1 LI

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WFV

3 5 SC 3 WFV

MS

MP

WFV

5 ST 3 AGL 5

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POD

FG

3 4 SC SS

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1

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POS

4

4 ST

WFV

5 7 IS SA

1 11 4 CV 6 AT AT SA

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Garden Design

ILR Courtyard Cornell University Ithaca, NY


JN 6

JN 3

HQ 3

FG 8

HQ 3

PL 3 RCA 3 LF 3 RCA 3

PL 1

HM 1

FG 8

CE 5

CB 2

6

CJD

PI 1 AD 7 CB 5

CE 3

LF 3

RCL 5

FG 5 CB 2

HF 7

CE 4 CD 8 CB 11

FG 10

RCA 5

PL 3

CBP

3

LI 3

HF\ 8

WFV 2

CE 2

LF 3

CD 4

CB 3

EX

CJD 6 WFV 3 HP

3

GROUND COVER

CD 5

IV 2

IHO 7

IV 3

AGK

7

AGL

4

AGL

5

IV 4

9

AGL

DS 3

DB 6

DS 3

DS 3

HF 11 PL 2

HP 3

RCL 3

PL 2

GROUND COVER

LAWN

AD 4

Full Map

DS 4 AR 18

GROUND COVER

PL 3

LAWN

AD 5

BED EDGE

HP 3

HI 3

See Diagrams 1-3 for any missing information CJD 5

EX

HP 3

IV 6

HQ 3

HQ 3 CJD 3

CJD 3

2 DS 4 PI 1

PI 1

CJB

CD 7

CA 1

CJD 3

FB 3

CJD 3

CBP

FB 5

IV 3 DS 5 CBP

2

DB 3

DS 3

TM 4

TM 2

3

NG 7 CE 3

FB 12 WF 12

TC 300

RCC 2

IV 3

NG 5

IHO 5

NG 7 RCC 3 CE 3 LFS 3

CE 4 LFS 4 HO 6 RCC 5 CA 1 LF 4

BM 6

LF 9

IS 3

AD 9

NG 3

EX

EX

CE 3

6

AG

Diagram 2 CE 4

GROUND COVER

CBP 5 CJB 6 HI 8

HF 4

PI 1

NG 6

HF 4

3

DS 14

AGL

RC 4

ICC 8

BM 5

CE 6

IHO 5

IV 6

CE 2

CA 1 RC 3

SF 6

FM 6

AGK 5

SM 2

DB 13

CE 6

CBP 6

CE 4

AGK 3

WF 5

TM 18

CE 8

LF 7

Diagram 1

AD 14 HP 6 NG 3 IS 3

HB 6

IV 6

LF 4

LFS 3

GROUND COVER

TC 70

Key

No.

Abelia x grandiflora 'Kaleidolora'

Abelia x grandiflora

Botanical Name

Abelia Little Richard

Abelia Kaleidolora

Glossy Abelia

Common Name

12-15''

12-15''

15-18''

Size

Cont.

Cont.

Cont.

Root

Cont.

Abelia x grandiflora 'Little Richard

15

13

B+B

Cont.

27

AG

12-15''

AGL

3-4'

15-18'' Beauty Berry 'Profusion'

#1

#1

B+B

Cont.

Cont.

Ajuga reptans 'Burgundy Glow'

Carex

B+B

FM

FG

DB

1

20

6

43

22

Hamamelis x intermedia 'Jelena'

Hamamelis x intermedia 'Birgit'

Franklinia alatamaha

Fothergilla major 'Blue Shadow'

Fothergilla major 'Mount Airy'

Fothergilla gardenii 'Mt Airy'

Diervilla sessilifolia 'Butterfly '

Witch Hazel 'Jelena'

Witch Hazel 'Birgit'

Franklin Tree

Fothergilla 'Blue Shadow'

Fothergilla 'Mount Airy'

Dwarf fothergilla

Bush Honeysuckle

3'-4'

3'-4'

5-6'

12-15''

24 - 30"

18 - 24"

12-15''

B+B

Cont.

Cont.

Cont.

Cont.

Cont.

Stinking Hellebore

Hamamelis x intermedia Witch Hazel 'Orange Beauty' 'Orange Beauty'

4-5'

#1

3'-4'

B+B

Cont.

B+B

Bushclover

Crape Myrtle

18-24''

18-24''

12-15''

Cont.

Cont.

Cont.

Cont.

Cont.

Cont.

Cont.

18-24''

IV 3

Cont.

Comment

Multistem

2 to 3 Leaders

IV 6

LB 6

IV 6

AG 7

HQ 4

CE 3

FG 12

Jeremy Schaub

HORT 4910 FALL 2011

SCALE: 1"=10'

ILR COURTYARD COMPREHENSIVE PROJECT CORNELL UNIVERSITY, ITHACA, NY 14850

AGK

Little Leaf Boxwood

Carex

1.5"

Cont.

Flat

Beauty Berry' Early Amethyst'

Carex 'Everest'

Carex 'Blue Zinger'

Pagoda Dogwood

5'-6'

Cont.

39

Buxus microphylla 'Winter Gem'

23

Japanese Cedar

4'-5'

Flat of 50

22

Callicarpa dichotoma 'Early Amethyst' CBP

57

Cornus alternifolia

Japanese Cedar

18-24''

11

CE

CB

3

Cryptomeria japonica 'Ben Franklin�

Variegated Bush 15-18" Honeysuckle

Ajuga

AD

24

CA

9

Diervilla sessilifolia 'Cool Splash'

Cryptomeria japonica ' Black Dragon'

White Forsythia AR

18

Abeliophyllum distichum

CD

BM

Callicarpa bodinieri 'Profusion'

CJB

36

29

FB

6

B+B

DS

CJD

FA

11 6

Seven Son Flower

B+B

HI

HB

HO

Heptacodium miconiodes

Helleborus foetidus

Cont.

Hydrangea quercifolia

12-15''

2

34

16

HF

HQ

HM

Cont.

Drooping Leucothoe 'Rainbow'

15"-18"

Cont. Lespedeza bicolor 'Pink Fountains'

Heavenly Bamboo

6 - 7' 6

Leucothoe fontanesiana 'Rainbow'

Cont. 4-5'

Cont.

Cont.

Cont.

Steeds Japanese Holly

12-15"

18-24"

24 - 30"

Oak Leaf Hydranga

Ilex crenata 'Hoogendorn'

Virginia Sweetspire

18

Ilex crenata 'Steeds'

Winter Jasmine

HP

Itea virginica 'Merlot'

Pee-Gee Hydranga

6

37

Jasminum nudiflorum

33

Japanese Holly 15 - 18" 'Hoogendorn' IS

IHO

3

9

52

Hydrangea paniculata 'Tardiva'

IV

LI

JN

Lagerstroemia indica x fauriei 'Muskogee' LB

10

B+B

B&B

LF

Drooping Leucothoe 'Scarletta'

18-24"

LFS

Leucothoe fontanesiana 'Scarletta'

Cherry Laurel 4

Nandina 'Gulfstream'

15-18"

PL

14

1.25-2''

Prunus laurocerasus 'Otto Luyken' PI

31

15-18"

Prunus x incam 'Okame' Cherry 'Okame' NG

Rhododendron 'Capistrano'

Cont.

Rhododendron 'Capistrano'

15-18"

10

Rhododendron' Album Elegance'

Cont.

Cont.

RC

Rhododendron catawbiense 'Album Elegance'

Rhododendron Rhododendron catawbiense 'Chionoides' 'Chionoides'

15-18"

15-18"

11

Rhododendron 'Lydia'

10

Rhododendron catawbiense 'Lydia'

RCC

8

RCA

18

Japanese Skimmia Male

Cont.

SF

RCL

Skimmia japonica Male

AGL 3

Variegated Weigelia

HM 1

Diagram 3

WF 2

Cont.

Cont.

AR 4

DwarfVariegated 12-15'' Weigelia

1QT

24

Tiarella cordifolia 'Candy Striper'

15-18'' 370

Weigelia florida ' Variegata'

Weigelia florida 'Nana Variegata'

Foam Flower

15-18"

5

Japanese Skimmia Female TC

TM

5

25

SM

Skimmia japonica Female

WF

Taxus x media 'Tauntonii' Spreading Yew

WFV

WF 5

IHO 6

IHO 5

FA 1

Complies with ANSI-2601-2004 (American Nursery Standards

AGL 3 WF 1 CE 9

IHO 9

IV 4

PLANTING PLAN


Garden Design Private Residents Yarmouth, MA


In Memory of Lillian.......


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