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KEEGAN ONEAL DESIGNER - EDUCATOR - ACTIVIST

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KEEGAN ONEAL Master of Landscape Architecture, 2017 University of Oregon EMAIL PHONE HOME

keeganoneal@gmail.com 619.302.2896 766 E 15th Ave. #19 Eugene OR 97401

Intentional, informed stewardship of the earth’s resources is humanity’s truest hope for survival. I believe design has the power to catalyze social change and reconcile human existence on this planet. Landscape architecture sits at the nexus between cultural and natural systems, and my goal is to positively impact the lives of others through an artful practice of landscape architecture.


CONCEPT

DESIGNER Defining Space

EDUCATOR Transforming the Future

ACTIVIST Catalyzing Change

CONTENT

CETACEA

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TIMBER TRAVERSE

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PEARL STREET PASS

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MODERN MILLRACE

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GARDEN URBANISM

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VENTURA BOTANICAL GARDENS

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STONE RESIDENCE

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WHITESON PARK

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TECHNICAL DRAWING

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DESIGN ACTIVISM

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CETACEA A sculptural installation off the end of the Santa Monica Pier, Cetacea embodies the city’s commitment to the arts and vision for a sustainable future. In direct response to the Southern California water crisis, offshore sculptures generate enough clean power to purify the city’s dryweather stormwater nuisance flow, protecting offshore ecosystems and rendering potable water for 8% of resident’s daily needs. Second Place Entry, 2016 Land Art Generator Initiative Competition Team Members: Colin Poranski, Sean Link, Caitlin Vanhauer

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Meeting the daily water needs of 7,327 residents: 8% of Santa Monica’s population

SA FE G UARDI N G T H E BAY

The capture and reuse of stormwater mitigates harmful impacts on offshore marine life. Cetacea sculptures also provide habitat for beneficial species.

SU STA INING THE C ITY

2.6 Megawatts of clean energy per day for residents

Recycled stormwater is rendered potable through a new High Efficiency Reverse Osmosis (HERO) system. Excess electricity enters the city power grid.

475,000 Gallons of potable water per day

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Cetacea captures, converts, and stores wind, wave, and solar energy.

Electricity generated by Cetacea powers the existing Santa Monica Urban Runoff Recycling Facility (SMURRF). 11.9 Megawatts of clean energy per day

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Modules generate electricity through photovoltaic effect

WINDBELT

Aerostatic flutter oscillates magnets and produces current

The re-establishment of kelp forests in Santa Monica Bay calls for control of purple sea urchin populations

WAVE BUOY

Vertical wave movement drives buoy-piston linear alternator

Grottoes and overhangs in sculpture foundations provide habitat for predators of the sea urchin Pylons with rough, rocky surfaces support filter feeders and molluscs

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TIMBER TRAVERSE Portland’s Central Eastside industrial district faces two major challenges: residential development pressure and a riverfront dominated by Interstate 5.

Timber Traverse is a physical and cultural transect, forming the transition between city and river while supporting development without displacement of existing industry or neighborhood character.

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A strong formal expression of Pacific Northwest culture, the timber bridge and logs suspended underneath Belmont St. overpass gesture toward the river and recall Portland’s historic working waterfront.

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CULTURAL NARRATIVE

Timber bridge, plaza, and view toward downtown

NEIGHBORHOOD VERNACULAR

CIVIC SPACE

Traverse entry at Belmont St. & SE MLK

Willamette River overlook 9


TIMBER BRIDGE ACCESS RAMP 10


Liam, Age 34 Sultan of Style - Operates a design and sneaker boutique in micro-lease storefront - Visits bridge overlook with guests - Benefits from foot traffic during plaza events Jeff and Liza, Ages 29 and 27 Northwest Newlyweds - Live in the neighborhood - Weekly Farmer’s Market visits for coffee and pastries - Bike across bridge to river

Robert and Greg, Ages 53 & 45 Working-Class Weekend Warriors - Commute by car to work in the Central East Side - Lunch at food carts - Purchase flowers and small items at Farmer’s Market

Janet, Age 24 Youthful Yogi - Moved to the area after college - Rides the light rail to work - Buys weekly groceries at the Farmer’s Market - Enjoys the safe, well-lit river access offered by the bridge

USER PROFILES

PLAZA USE PATTERNS Active Pedestrian Zone Food Cart Awning Stormwater Garden Every Day

Farmer’s Market

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PEARL STREET PASS The Pearl Street Pass is an equitable transit corridor with green infrastructure and “complete streets” elements. This transect is a missing link between Eugene, Oregon’s downtown core and open spaces.

Public Plazas

Stormwater infiltration planters are sized to accommodate runoff from the street and adjacent rooftops. A promenade, cycle track, and enhanced bus stops integrate with existing transit patterns.

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PEARL STREET: 12TH TO 13TH AVE


Street Runoff Curb Cut

PEARL STREET AT 12TH ALLEY CROSSING

Stormwater Infiltration

Rooftop Runoff Flow-Through Planter 13


16’ PEARL STREET ROAD ALIGNMENT

Right-of-Way and Enlarged Sidewalk

LONGITUDINAL SECTION: PEARL STREET FROM 12TH TO 13TH AVE 14

11’ One Way Traffic Lane

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Seating Nook at McKenzie River Trust

10’ Public Plaza

Pedestrian Promenade

Mid-Block Crossing Area of Refuge


PEARL STREET - VIEW TO SOUTH

Plaza Seating at Walk-Up Restaurant Window

Enhanced Pedestrian Crossing with Bump-out

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MODERN MILLRACE The Millrace was once an iconic waterway and key infrastructural element at the University of Oregon. Today, it is a major source of untreated stormwater discharge into the Willamette River.

Modern Millrace retrofits the channel with a series of constructed wetlands along a much needed extension of the Ruth Bascom bike path, building a waterway that is both green infrastructure and social amenity.

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CAMPUS Constructed wetlands Blackwater collection and reuse Plaza and gathering spaces

RECREATION Bicycle connection to riverfront Amenities for Franklin Park

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CONSTRUCTED WETLAND AT UNIVERSITY OF OREGON NORTH CAMPUS O N Y X S T R E E T

Emergent Marsh

Living Machine Blackwater Treatment System

Treatment Pond Outdoor Classroom

Initial Treatment Marsh Emergent Marsh Outfalls Directed to Underground Stormwater Sedimentation Vault

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GARDEN URBANISM EXISTING CONDITIONS 2016

Oregon land use laws dictates a periodic review of a city’s Urban Growth Boundary (UGB) to provision growth and development. Garden Urbanism proposes the accommodation of 30 years of growth in the Eugene, Oregon area without expansion of the urban footprint. Through a detailed GIS analysis, this project proposes the layering of additional function within spaces such as suburban yards, garages, parking lots, big-box shopping centers, and gravel mines. With multi-functionality as a base design principle, the plan addresses the projection of 16 land use classes. The metaphor of “Seed Mixes” guide the proposal of novel zoning and development policies to encourage urban infill and efficient land use. Team Members: Colin Poranski, Peter Obermeyer

CONCEPT DIAGRAM Typical Euclidean Method

Coburg Hills

Seed Mix Method

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Program Elements

McKenzie River

Suitability Criteria

ADJACENCY, EASE OF CONVERSION

OPPORTUNITY FOR CONCURRENT FUNCTION SUITABILITY CRITERIA

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Wildflower Meadow - Areas suited to accommodate a potpourri of additional use including urban ag and commercial. Mixes apply to existing low-density residential land - Change is achieved through ‘loose’ zoning and permissive development permits

“SEED MIX” TREATMENT AREAS

DESIGN PROJECTION 2046 Seed Mix Multi-Use Area Key Wildflower Meadow Companion Planting LDR 0 ADU LDR +1 ADU LDR +2-3 ADU (ADU: Accessory Dwelling Unit)

Community Garden

New Sand and Gravel Cemeteries Parks Forestry Conservation

Large Lot LDR C-2 Redevelopment Companion Planting Sub Area

Community Garden - Mixes intended to redevelop/re-purpose big-box commercial hubs and large, underutilized lots - Design guidelines for Community Garden areas closely resemble newurbanist, mixed-use development

Coburg Hills

I-5 McKenzie River

Companion Planting - Land suited to accommodate 2-3 distinct, complimentary uses - These mixes are oriented toward conservation and public access

Wildflower Sub Area

Willamette River

Single Land Use Key ‘Monoculture’ Areas Whiteaker Neighborhood

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Downtown Eugene

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“WILDFLOWER MEADOW” - EXAMPLE INFILL BLOCK Seral Stage 10-15 Years

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Initial ‘loosening’ of codes and regulations for seed mix: - Encourage ADU construction (second story, low setbacks) - Community-maintained stormwater infrastructure - Permit Urban Ag, commercial activity, and small-scale industrial

Greenfield LDR (7 tax lots)

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Additional functions: - 88 New dwelling units (greenfield construction) - 26 New ADU’s - 3/4 Acre of Urban Ag - 28,000 ft2 Commercial - 11,500 ft2 Light Industrial - 28,000 ft2 Stormwater Inf.

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Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) Urban Agriculture Neighborhood Commercial Cottage Industry Infill Community Stormwater Facility

Grading and Re-Vegetation - Banks regraded to 1:10 slope after mining - Topsoil is replaced and densely planted Land Reclaimed by River - Riparian forests regrow as a regime of regular flooding continues to shape the land

New Construction Residential School/Daycare Facility Privately-Owned Public Space

Permissive urban agriculture guidelines

Low-setback Accessory Dwelling Unit Community-based stormwater infrastructure

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Overlook at New Eastern Trail

Guided by an existing master plan for the Ventura Botanical Gardens, the Chilean Garden will be the first of several Mediterranean-themed landscapes on the hills overlooking Downtown Ventura, California.

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Overlook at New Eastern Trail

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In addition to a series of outdoor rooms representing the various plant communities of Chile, the plan includes the main garden entrance and central “Confluence” gathering area with sweeping views of the Pacific.

CONCEPTUAL SITE PLAN

CONFLUENCE & VIEW

EVENT SPACE & GARDENS

‘Upper Ramble’

‘The Confluence’ (see enlargement) Perspective - Looking CONFLUENCE PLAN Perspective - Looking north from the existing westernnorth trail from the existing western trail Access Ramp to Upper Ramble Trails 1 Reconfigured Intersection with 2 Palm Grove Confluence Design Narrative 1 Confluence Design Narrative Traffic Calming Enhancements Footbridge Upper ‘Rotary Plaza’ & Donor Wall 3 Cantilevered Overlook Barranca, Enhanced with Boulders 4 2 and Riparian Planting Fernery Building Footbridge Over Barranca 5 3 Intimate Seating Nook 6 5 Small Gathering Area (+/-35 people) 7 Terraced Walls and Seating 8 4 Perched Overlook 9 6 Icon Precedent Image - Open sided shelter in Paradesiya, 5 Israel. 7Icon Precedent Image - Millennium Bridge, Sibang Kaja, V-Shaped Iconic Bridge 10 Icon Precedent Image - Open sided shelter in Paradesiya, Israel. Icon Precedent Image Millennium Bridge, Sibang Kaja, Folding overhead structure with posts that have take design cues Indonesia. Revealed structure with 'V' shaped supports. Folding overhead structure with posts that have take design Indonesia. Revealed structure with 'V' shaped supports. from tree trunk and cues branch structure. Large Gathering Area (200 people) 11 from tree trunk and branch structure. Iconic Pavilion / Shade Structure 12 9 Spur Trail & Overlook 8 Service Access and Parking 10 13

Perspective - Looking south from Perspective Brakey Road- Looking south from Brakey Road

Iconic Ravine Bridge

Chumash Hut Corten Steel ‘V’ Thresholds Denote Garden Zones

Entry Garden & Plant Propagation Area Existing Parking Lot

Located at the intersection of Brakey Road and Summit Drive, but also the intersection of the Ramble, Chilean Collection Located at the intersection of Brakey Road and Summit Drive, but also intersection of the Ramble, Collection, California Collection, and Due Cape Collection, the the aptly named Confluence truly isChilean the heart of the Ventura Botanical Gardens. the significance of its lo Collection, the aptly named Confluence truly is the heartofofthe thefew Ventura Botanical Gardens. the significance of its location and spot the fact that is large flat areas within the Due gardens makes the Confluence an idea to serve asone a significant gathering area of the few large flat areas within the gardens makes theConfluence Confluenceshould an ideabespot to serve a significant In addition to gathering the It is also a place to rest viewed as a as place to rest thegathering body afterarea. traversing the steep topography. 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This pavilion is designed with five angled poles that create ‘V’ formshade. from many different vantage pointsarea andlocated will have overhead canopy structure toaprovide An access road and staging off aoffolded Summit Drive will allow for service, catering, structure to provide shade. An access road and stagingprovide area located off of Summit Drive will allow forbrought service,in catering, and This maintenance access, and/or opportunities for portable toilets to be for events. access road sits lower than the gathering are provide opportunities for portable toilets to be brought in for events.Pavilion This access road sits lower than the gathering area and will be screened from the Confluence with larger planting. Confluence Pavilion with larger planting. In addition to the large gathering area, there are several other smaller seating / gathering areas within the Confluence. Rotary Plaza, located at the upper most portion the Confluence. The Rotary Plaza would In addition to the large gathering area, there are severalthe other smaller seating / gathering areas within the of Confluence. The largest of these areas is include gathering for up enhanced paving, donor wall, small planting for areas. the Rotary Plaza, located at the upper most portion of the Confluence. Thea Rotary Plazaseating would and include gathering up to 50 people and would include enhanced paving, a donor wall, seating and small planting areas. As one descends down from the Rotary plaza along a 5% sloped walkway, new pedestrian foot bridges cross over the Co will be enhanced with new riparian planting to highlight its location and feature boulders and rock mulch As one descends down from the Rotary plaza along a 5%barranca sloped walkway, new pedestrian foot bridges cross over the Confluence barranca. The new winding the its drier seasons. you continue to descend down the pathway, smaller intimaebed gathering areas and overlooks barranca will be enhanced with new riparian planting toduring highlight location andAs feature new boulders and rock mulch to highlight the stream during the drier seasons. As you continue to descend down the pathway, smaller intimae gathering areascompletive and overlooks for 5-20 people can be discovered amongst the planting and shall be areas for quiet, relaxation. amongst the planting and shall be areas for quiet, completive relaxation. Several improvements are also planned for the upper areas of the Confluence as well. A reconfigured intersection will a from Drive to Brakey Included inintersection these improvements, potential parking areas for service vehicles alon Several improvements are also planned for the upper areas ofSummit the Confluence as well.Road. A reconfigured will allow are for easier turning movement north, and theare revegetation of an existing informal parking area on the southernshoulder edge of to Brakey from Summit Drive to Brakey Road. Included in these improvements, potential parking areas for service vehicles along a widened the Road. Two ADA parkin stalls, and new shuttle edge stop also highlight improvements to this area. intersection will consist of enhanced p north, and the revegetation of an existing informal parking area onathe southern of Brakey Road. Two ADA parking stalls,This twonew staff/maintenance more like a plaza rather than roadway to prioritize pedestrian movement from the Rotary Plaza stalls, and a new shuttle stop also highlight improvements to this area. This new intersection will consist of enhanced paving that is designed to lookto the Upper Ramble. Th improved with the inclusion of a new ADA ramp at 8.33% with handrails and enhanced ornamental more like a plaza rather than roadway to prioritize pedestrian movement from the Rotary Plaza to the Upper Ramble. This pedestrian connection is also & riparian planting i aswith the “Triangle”. improved with the inclusion of a new ADA ramp at 8.33% handrails and enhanced ornamental & riparian planting in the area informally referred to as the “Triangle”.

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Completed At: Spurlock Landscape Architects Team: Andrew Spurlock, Brad Lents, Fred Besancon Role: Conceptual grading plan, drafting, client design charrette coordination, 3D modeling, botanic research Graphics: Perspectives by A. Spurlock, Illustrative plans by self with F. Besancon

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STONE RESIDENCE This landscape and planting design for a home in Boulder, Colorado juxtaposes a rugged plant palette with strong geometry and open planes.

Deer Resistant Plants

Xeriscape Principles

Vernacular Aesthetic

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WHITESON PARK I developed a three-phase conceptual master plan for a Yamhill County Parks property in collaboration with the UO Community Service Center. We explored the physical and financial feasibility of camping and revenue-positive activities on the site, settling upon a plan that emphasizes existing cultural and natural resources. The 94-acre property includes a decommissioned landfill, historic barn and homestead, riparian forest, active agricultural fields, and adjacent stewardship lands.

CLIENT ENGAGEMENT

STAKEHOLDER OUTREACH

RESIDENT INTERVIEWS

SITE ANALYSIS

CONCEPTUAL DESIGN

Scheme A RV & Tent Camping Kayak Launch

Key Opportunities Trail Connections Stewardship Scheme B Cultural Landscape Interpretation Limited Camping

Constraints Nearby Active Landfill Floodplain Neighbor Concerns Traffic Flow

Adjacent Properties Decommissioned Landfill Agriculture Habitat

Scheme C Large Events & Wedding Pavilion Outdoor Education Center

COMMUNITY MEETINGS

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CONCEPTUAL DESIGN


FINAL DOCUMENT

Phase 1 Basic Recreation Infrastructure CONCEPTUAL PLAN KEY 1 New Park Entry Road 2 Continued Agricultural Cultivation 3 Parking 4 Historic Homestead Axis 5 Service Access Road

‘Trail Through Time’ Cultural Transect Turf, Day-Use Amenities, and Pavilion Hiking Trails & Wildlife Viewing Area Kayak / Canoe Launch Decommissioned Landfill

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TECHNICAL DRAWING As part of the technical studio course series at UO, a partner and myself collaborated on a comprehensive set of construction documents for a pocket park in Lebanon, OR.

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Pocket Park Detail: Corten steel wall with relief image of Mt. Washington, OR. Panels sized for waterjet CNC machine. 38'-3"

Drawing Tools Used: Grasshopper, Rhino 3D, AutoCAD, Illustrator

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DESIGN ACTIVISM CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION In my second term at UO, I developed and taught a class entitled Design Activism. The course addressed how projects can be approached with a proactive design stance that promotes social and environmental justice.

The class surveyed landscape architecture and design interventions that address outstanding problems in the United States and abroad. Class time centered on discussion of case studies and theories that characterize design activism.

As a term assignment, students addressed an unresolved social or environmental issue by creating a “direct action” landscape intervention proposal. They were asked to embrace an activist attitude and consider design tactics that catalyze public discourse and policy change.

Images shown are student work.

Paula Barreto

“Extending the median” Exploring the use of cars in a post-fossil fuel world, aging automobile hulls are used as vessels for food production and phytoremediation

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Kelsey Wai

“Life Under the Surface” A land art installation along 13th Ave on the UO campus plays with scale and illuminates our relationship with soil organisms

Gifford Bautista

“Hospital Plant Shower” Indoor gardens inspired by the Japanese practice of forest bathing (Shinrin-Yoku) reduce stress and improve the mood of hospital patients and visitors


FOOD SECURITY & FOOD JUSTICE For three years, I coordinated intensive school garden internship programs at two San Diego high schools. Each year, I taught 100+ refugee and immigrant students about nutrition and organic cultivation while providing mentorship and job readiness training.

My duties included: curriculum building, lesson planning, establishing flagship garden-to-cafeteria programs, organizing over 25 field trips, overseeing on-campus composting of 12,000 pounds of organic material, and physically maintaining garden spaces.

I provided assistance to school garden projects both in San Diego and across the International Rescue Committee network. I have trained elementary, middle, and high school sta in garden education and the safe implementation of school garden-to-cafeteria programs.

Global Gardeners: Students in the program migrated to San Diego from over 40 dierent countries

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KEEGAN ONEAL keeganoneal@gmail.com 619.302.2896

Keegan Oneal - Selected Work  

Designer - Educator - Activist

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