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DESIGN PORTFOLIO Joseph Chung Art Center College of Design Bachelor of Science in
MOR P H ME MOR I A L Landscape Design 2014
c alifornia is in serious dr ought
SUS TA IN A BILIT Y Originally as a desert, the golden state has never been fulfilled with enough moisutre on the land. However since 2012, California is going through extreme drought. This project focuses on TURF REMOVAL that will take our responsibility and become a role model to our society in being responsible with our water conservation movement.
MOR P H A R T CE N T E R ME MOR I A L Realize your own abilities Cope with the normal stresses of life Work productively and fruitfully and make a contribution to your community MORPH is a memorial park at Hillside campus of Art Center Co lege of Design. It is to commemorate people who have put their work onto the education, as well as provide multi-purpose outdoor area to the current students and visitors.
INNOVATION FUTURE NOTION LIGHTING FURNISHING PL ANTERS STRUCTURES FORMS WATER SCULP TURE
creating suitable space for s tudent + v isitor s
EN V IR ONMENT Experiential design to invite one to step outdoors, shift oneâ€™s attention from the stress of the day to day work activity to fresh air environments. A glimpse of greenery or nature has the potential to place one in a mood of repose. It is clear to maintain ones relationship with the natural environment is a sustainable attribute from the human perspective.
C ONCEP T Re alize your own abilitie s C op e with the normal s tre s s e s of life Work pro duc ti vely and f r uit f ully and make a c ontribution to your c ommunit y
F UNC TION s o cialize s tud y re s t c ommemorate
GOAL s tudentsâ€™ wellne s s sus t ainable nature water ef f icienc y
GOA L Along with the concept, the common goal was eccessary to achieve the goal of the project. The core goal was to create more sustabinable campus. This is a goal for everyone who is participating in this project. Then depending on what individualsâ€™ research was showing, different funciontalities were given. After all of the processes above, the concept was developed to breath life into the design.
reduce yard trimmings. Discuss emergent trends to date and futuristic notions of this trend, consider various scales, consumer products, business and economics of the given trend. Diagram the system, lifecycle and loop of the sustainable system. How california gets its water, from ground water to surface water to rainwater. How are the Angeleno’s using greywater, and other forms of water conservation and distribution. How did we end up in this severe drought condition.
WATER DR OUGHT
practice of landscaping with slow growing drought-tolerant plants to conserve water and
RENE WABLE ENER GY
Xeriscape is literally “dry-scene” which is the
The essential elements of the classic pocket park and the classic and reinterpreted plaza.
P OCKE T PARK
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C A D R O U G H T FAC T S
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ar t center c ollege of design
SITE Art Center have achieved an international reputation for our rigorous, transdisciplinary curriculum, faculty of professionals, strong ties to industry and a commitment to socially responsible design. 1700 Lida st, Pasadena, CA
studying quiet time commemorate educating events
SUS TA IN A BILIT Y To sustainably maintain studentsâ€™ wellness through various features of the space, interact with them in terms of outdoor
RECHARGHING INTER ACTIVE THER APEUTIC SERENE SHIF TING MEMOR ABLE
to provide to relief to e duc ate to befreind to progress The habitats of Art Center students are very limited, always tired from workloads and stress. The school is trying to provide various programs to maintain their sustainability, WITHIN THE BUILDING.
THIS IS TIME TO BRING THEM OU T SIDE
PLANT BEDS & SEATINGS
SUS TA IN A BILE FE AT URES
#pl ant s
As the goal of the project is to create a space that becomes the social leaders in sustainablility, the features within the parks are aiming for sustainable mindset as takeaway for demographic of the park.
ME M O R I A L T R E E Sorbus
SHORT PL ANTS White Sage Lavender Herb Lantana Camara TA L L P L A N T S Bull Muhly Artemisia
V INE S Dichondra California Morning Glory Jasmine Vine California is in severe water shortage due to lack of rain. With drought tolerant and california native plants, water will dramatically be saved and at the same time the park will be flourished with variety of plants.
#gr ey water
CISTERN PUMP NATURAL FILTERS
POWER CIRCUIT IN MEMORY OF
1942 -2002 ILLUSTRATION DEPT
Memorial tree and stones around the campus are now gathered at the center of the park. With replacable memorial stone, more names are able to be engraved.
R E CYC L E D M AT E R I A L S C H A R G E / P OW E R P L U G & P L AY HI G HLY D U R A B E L
Sink water, rain runoff and shower water will be collected and reused to moisturize the park.
#b o t anicus inter ac tion
Botanicus Interacticus is a technology for designing highly expressive interactive plants. It allows to use such gestures as sliding fingers on the stem of the orchid, detecting touch and grasp location, tracking proximity between human and a plant, and estimating the amount of touch contact, among others.
WOODEN DECK WHITE CONCRETE DECOMPOSED CRANITE GABION WALL PEBBLE
MORPH A R TCENTER MEMORIA L Experiential design to invite one to step outdoors, shift oneâ€™s attention from the stress of the day to day work activity to fresh air environments. A glimpse of greenery or nature has the potential to place one in a mood of repose. It is clear to maintain ones relationship with the natural environment is a sustainable attribute from the human perspective.