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CUBE GARDEN


2458x1464x2634x708mm raised bed made with 100mm wide x 300mm tall sawn finish timber PRODUCT CODE:171500.

Diagonal wire system stretched between four 3500mm tall 60.3mm dia (or wider) galvanized tubular posts driven through timber sleepers and footed in concrete reinforcement Amalfi high power LED PRODUCT CODES:309661/ gard3 e n s p o t light 7640 2 10 0 0 .

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150mm x 50mm timber slats with chamfered edges bolted to metal frames welded to 60.3mm dia (or wider) galvanized tubular posts at 225mm centres. Bench to be 100mm above raised bed.PRODUCT CODE:309661

1869x2004x395x2782mm raised bed made with 100mm wide x 300mm tall sawn finish timber PRODUCT CODE:171500.

2391x2180x659x2983mm raised bed made with 100mm wide x 300mm tall sawn finish timber PRODUCT CODE:171500.

PRODUCT CODE: 60015

918x1647x1967mm raised bed made with 100mm wide x 300mm tall sawn finish timber PRODUCT CODE:171500. 25x100x4200mm natural decking board to be 200mm below raised bed level. PRODUCT CODE:755610.

4500x7740mm Timber frame made with 200 wide x 100mm tall sawn finish timber laid in three layers reaching 300mm above ground PRODUCT CODE:171500. 3935x646x2869x1914mm raised bed made with 100mm wide x 300mm tall sawn finish timber PRODUCT CODE:171500.

1818x805x2788x2757mm raised bed made with 100mm wide x 300mm tall sawn finish timber PRODUCT CODE:171500.

450x450x918mm bench made with: 150mm x 50mm timber slats with chamfered edges bolted to metal frames welded to 60.3mm dia (or wider) galvanized tubular posts at 225mm centres. Bench to be 100mm above raised bed.PRODUCT CODE:309661

934x1134x1555x1470 x200mm deep pond with spot led lights on edges.

Luminis warm LED

450x450p x1 1 4m m B e nch o9 n d l ig h t

made with: PRODUCT CODE:11979 150mm x 50mm timber slats with chamfered edges bolted to metal frames welded to 60.3mm dia (or wider) galvanized tubular posts at 225mm centres. Bench to be 100mm above raised bed.PRODUCT CODE:309661

Plan


Design idea:

Philosophy:

Tubular banner stretched between two circles. One at the top one at the bottom of the staircase.

Banner is an allegorical representation of a connection between heaven and earth.

Two sources of light one at the top one at the bottom illuminate the banner from within.

A column in the temple represents this concept in an architectural form. It is also a metaphor of a meditator’s way towards the absolute.

By incorporation of images and sentences from Meditatio work and events meditators from around the world may explore the essence of a community as a spiritual journey.

Konrad Boncza-Pioro MA LA

Banner concept - ELEV


Design / Philosophy: Stairs accomodate a change in level and viewpoint, reinforce the path of upward movement. A column placed in the middle of the stairway allows us to explore The Centre and its spiritual tradition. This Stairway and a column is a three dimensional experience. This three dimensional quality can be exploited when we treat it as a sculpture, freestanding within a space but also conveying an important message. While the act of traversing up the stairway may convey privacy, aloofness, detachment, and focus on the way to the unknown. Going down is a step into reality with new consciousness. Walking up the stairs is an act of symbolic pilgrimage, collective or individual, towards the ABSOLUTE.

Konrad Boncza-Pioro MA LA

Banner concept - AXO


INTERNATIONAL FLAG ROSETTE: illuminated from glass rosette on north elevation.

Workshop space - PLAN


Personal belongings/ meditation ccessories storage for 80 chairs and foldable partitions.

Workshop space - ELEV


Konrad Boncza-Pioro MA LA

North elev -ALTERNATIVE


Konrad Boncza-Pioro MA LA

Meditation space - VIEW


Konrad Boncza-Pioro MA LA

Meditation space - PROPOSED LIGHT EFFECT


KONRAD BONCZA-PIORO ‘URBAN GENERATOR’


PROJECT NAME URBAN GENERATOR SITE SURVEY In 2014 Silvertown flyoverparagraph will celebrate Enter your site summary here70 years of operation (and spell check): since construction in 1934. It is the fifeugiam rst everdunt elevated Ibh euis digna iureetroadway ullan in England that created precedent to exerilit alit laor suscinis nonsequip euisim other kind dipsumsan in the country. iustiniprojects scincilla of feuthis faccum velit utem nonulput ad do conulpute tie Silvertown flyoverduipit is located next susto The vel enim velesse wis nullaor Crystal Centre and in between the tin river trud eugait lut lan verat, quatuer iliqui Thames and Royal Dock. ut illute vent vullanVictoria eum enit, con eugait nisit, conulluptat, volenis cincilis nullaore Silvertown flyover was dolortis conceived magna facipis nim nosto nibhaseril-a solution congestion caused by combined lam, quattoad et, quamet nos exer in el et car, raileaand shipincillam traffic alit clashing at the accum feugait lor accumwestern entrance from the rivernostinisto Royal molore conulla amconse feugait Victoria Dock. Construction of the fldoyover sit ad elesequatem dolor susciliquis involved scale Gait, urbanconumsan redevelopment lore minitlarge aut autpat. ulla and relocation localodolore residents new conumsa ndipit,ofquatio vel to exer quarters thefaccumm northern odolore part of Royal Docks. sit la feuin feu ver ipit loSilvertown Flyoverate enabled borer atin utatisit cor si. smooth flow of traffic, goods and people within the area. Enter full existing site description here (and It hascheck): also created vacant volobor space underneath spell Agna faccum sis nit the flyover interesting structural dolorper sequisiwith blandion hent ad modignim character which being terediscovered dolenit irit endre consiserostrud do dit utpatoday as local residents parts of the tio od ercilit nis am, commyclaim nostrud modions Tidal for variety activities ecte tisBasin aute tem veliquatofeuguer sentsuch wisi. as watersports, skating, running, cycling and outdoor Space underneath Silvertown Vulla conbars. ent am, consequ ametumsandre Flyover challenging yet at the same can diam, corissequis erosto corperosting ectem offer variety of experience both individual iure faci eraestrud ero etum iure do conse and feuiscollective. am dolore velenim in ex ero et ulla consequ issequam venim nissisi tat lum eraeseq Being uatisi. on site is an extraordinary experience as the structure itselfdolorero forms conseniam a series of An utatum in ut vullaore multiplicated threedipsust dimensional spaces. vel ullandre dolum isisis euis dolorAt si a fibla rstconsent glance vullan it resembles temple like interior ullaore feu feuissequat. but contextullum makes oneconsenibh also thinkeugait about it Nibhitseraessit nosto as urban park.exWe think about it as lam an quisse dolore ea also corercilisis doluptat. a place high energy that psustrud is why wemonamed Em zzritof alis nonsed deliqui itdolorem Urbanipit Generator human activity accumsanwhere veliquatum venisse could a sustainable way. vulput bloom nim adintinciduisl exero do do ectem dolore tis adit lan eum quisit eniam nonsed Through observation we have exeros noson enimsite ea aliscincil digna feuisim identifi ed two needs of volutat local residents dignis nis ad tionullum praessi. that our proposal could fulfill: need for sport/leisure facilities for nulla socialaliquat. interaction. Put landipand eseneed commy Od ex exeraesto do odolore dio eugiamconum veRoyal Docksconsed have been developed lismo dolore tion gradually erit, commodo lupsince 17thnullandipit century ipbut the tetue zenith of its tatuer sim eu faci magnit expansion came with Victorian era, Industrial in hendreros eril ut nonsenim dolutpat, sumRevolution Empire’s san hent alit,and qui British enissecte vullam,exploration sequis eu of world markets. Royal have operated facidunt lum augiam, simDocks in ut vel ut augiam continuosly untilipsuscilisl final closure 1981. qui eum nulland iure in velisit nonullaorem aut dolobore modiam ipsusci duipsuWe of the strud acknowledge te tin vendignibhtransformation etum quisissim ipsum Victoria Dock commolo and its newest developments ad te molesto reetueros nit wis of The Crystal Centre and deliquisit ipit nonsed magna coreEmirates magna alitAir Line. We would our proposal provoke et, veliquis nonselike conullandit ea feutofacidunt discussion between professionals and the dunt nit vel dunt aliquam, quismod oluptation local the future site volorecommunity magna feu about feu faccum venisof amthis quat. and wider area between the dock and the Nonsequisi ecte modipit ulluptat, 390 wordsriver.

LOCATION: SILVERTOWN WAY FLYOVER (A1011) POSTCODE: E16 1AH BOROUGH: NEWHAM LANDOWNER: LONDON BOROUGH OF NEWHAM 1.

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Royal Victoria

Canning Town

Residential Leisure Industrial North Greenwich

Silvertown Flyover is located between Royal Victoria Dock and The River Thames next to The Crystal Centre. The site lies underneath Silvertown flyover (A1011) leading From Silvertown Way to North Woolwich Rd.

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Commercial

Flyover surface: wasted solar and kinetic energy Vacant space

At present the site is surrounded by predominant residential and industrial zones. Commercial zone is located in front of Excel exhibtion centre. Land use dedicated to leisure activities is limited to a green square in commercial zone and southern part of the Tidal Basin.

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At present the site is partly accessible from The Crystal Centre. Acces is restricted by industarial zone and a car park.

At present the site is vacant and underused. The site provides shelter for outdoor activities but also has potential for sustainable energy generation.

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Location Map

1. 1.Site Siteplan location, axonometric view Scale Scale1:500/1:1250 1:15000, CAD base plan purchased from Emapsite.com, invoice nr: 204298

2. Existing land use diagram.

3. Existing access diagram.

4. Existing site use diagram.

6,7,8 Site users

5. Silvertown Way Flyover built in 1934, 9. Under construction Source: Heritage Scoping Study of the Royal Docks Masterplan Area London Development Agency

10. Site survey photo.


PROJECT NAME URBAN GENERATOR PROPOSAL Silvertown flyover is one of the most common features of contemporary engineering infrastructure. We would like to prove it could become transformed into a space for the people but also into a sustainable power generating site. We would like to source concrete for construction from the adjacent batching plant and other materials such as metal, wood and rubber from nearby recycling facilities. Solar panels installed on top of the flyover perfectly alinged to the south combined with kinetic energy harvesters would provide electricity for the site with the potential of exporting excess power to the grid. Our approach is to retain the character of the site and to provide opportunity for human expression. Urban Generator in social context entails education and variety of play for different age groups. It is a sustainable urban park under the roadway which will provide sport facilities, outdoor cinema and a water feature symbolising the historic connection between Victoria Dock and river Thames. It would be simplistic to focus only on the site itself and ignore the context. Therefore we believe it is necessary to look outside its boundaries. Reason is to create wider landscape framework. We believe that Urban Generator could be a starting point for creation of Industrial Heritage Park that would connect dock area to the river in the future. 6.

outdoor cinema

SUSTAINABLE ENERGY CONCEPT:

EDUCATION CONCEPT:

Energy of the place through activity in space! Sun and kinetics act as sources of sustainable energy for the site.

Education in Sustainabilty + Sustainability in practice = Creation of education through play within the industrial heritage.

reflection of history/symbolic dock river link

rope slide

solar panels

light columns powered by solar & kinetic energy

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Residential Leisure Industrial

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Commercial

Solar panels Kinetic harvesters Outdoor cinema

Our proposal would go further than the site itself and offer the potential for radical change of land use in the future. Historically The Royal Victoria Dock and The River Thames were connected. We would re-connect them again by creating a physical link carved out of the industrial zone thus re-establishing public access to the river in a form of a Industrial Heritage Park.

3. Proposed land use diagram.

Our aim is to make the site accessible by incorporation of space under the flyover into public zone surrounding The Crystal Centre and relocation of an adjacent car park.

skate/bmx park with kinetic energy harvesters

4. Proposed site access diagram.

5. Proposed site use diagram.

6. Sectional elevation view.

7. Rope slide.

suspended walkways

8. Skate/BMX/Rope park.

Symbolic dock river link Skate park

We propose to turn the site into a vibrant place being able to generate part of its electricity sourced from the sun, car traffic and human activity in the park underneath. Also an outdoor cinema would be open to the public. We would comemorate the history of the site by re-creating a symbolic link to The River Thames.

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2. Sustainable energy concept diagram.

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9. Evening view.


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sport and wellbeing character green lungs calming and relaxing - place to unwind sense of openness but with secluded areas natural and soft reflective green gym

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biodiversity connecting people with nature space for quiet contemplation increase

space to walk or jog at lunchtime

informal meetings

play tennis or chat with friends

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organic forms meadows with wildflowers formal and informal sport and play facilities undulating

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Planning | Environment | Design incorporating Lovejoy and Andrew Martin Associates


art and culture character dynamic and vibrant at the heart of the action sence of ‘work hard and play hard’ contemporary creating sense of civic identity destination

function

place to meet and greet hub allowing sharing of ideas

Hi-tech place to grab a coffee and make a call flexible landscape - 24hr landscape event and party space demonstrate brand indentity

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robust hard landscape with soft edges bringing nature into the civic heart Large structual trees for shade and greening interactive and intutative art and sculpture installations lighting and colour

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education and technology character creative and collaborative intriguing and fun providing intimate working envionments Landscape Lab constantly evolving Technology Lab

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ideas transfering of knowledge encouraging exploration benefit employees and the public demonstrations break-out space, outdoor working

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seating spaces

shelter and shading pioneering technology outdoor meeting room innovative and exciting materials

teaching spaces

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Catherine Shelton Associates Limited Landscape Architects & Environmental Consultants The Old Vicarage Mayland Hill Mayland Essex CM3 6DZ T: 01621 774465 E: catherine@catherineshelton.co.uk


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Spilsby

Aldemo

Broadoaks

Land North of Melton Drive, Storrington, West Sussex

Linden Lea

1

Landscape Architects & Environmental Consultants The Old Vicarage Mayland Hill Mayland Essex CM3 6DZ T: 01621 774465 E: catherine@catherineshelton.co.uk


LEGEND Application Site Boundary Contours/Spot heights (metres AOD)

2463/1

2639

2791

Ancient Woodlands

2641

2640

2463/1

South Downs National Park*

2488

2645

Public Rights of Way

2438

8

Footpath

7

Bridleway

2646

2438

2

2442

2645

3

1 2647

2637

Location of Photographic Viewpoints (Site Context Photographs)

4

4

*Source - Proposals Map Development Plan Document (December 2007)

5 0

6

2625

2438

2625

80m

160m

240m

320m

400m

FIGURE 1 Project

Land North of Melton Drive, Storrington, West Sussex

3644

2649

Client

Wates Developments Ltd

2635 3671

Drawing Status

For illustrative purposes only

2638

2648

2626

2650

2649/1

Drawing Title

Site Context Plan Drawing No

2653

2651

2651 2657

2972

2654

2662

2685

Feb 2013

Landscape Architects & Environmental Consultants

2656

2659/1

Date

Catherine Shelton Associates Limited

2655

2664 2659

1:10,000 @ A3

2653

2661/1 2661

824/L1

Scale

The Old Vicarage Mayland Hill Mayland Essex CM3 6DZ T: 01621 774465 E: catherine@catherineshelton.co.uk


LEGEND Application Site Boundary Contours/Spot heights (metres AOD) Ridgelines 80m AOD 70-75m AOD 65-70m AOD 60-65m AOD 55-60m AOD 50-55m AOD 45-50m AOD 40-45m AOD 35-40m AOD 30-35m AOD 25-30m AOD 20-25m AOD 15-20m AOD 10-15m AOD 10m AOD 0

80m

160m

240m

320m

400m

FIGURE 3 Project

Land North of Melton Drive, Storrington, West Sussex Client

Wates Developments Ltd Drawing Status

For illustrative purposes only Drawing Title

Topography Plan Drawing No

824/L3

Scale

1:10,000 @ A3

Date

Feb 2013

Catherine Shelton Associates Limited Landscape Architects & Environmental Consultants The Old Vicarage Mayland Hill Mayland Essex CM3 6DZ T: 01621 774465 E: catherine@catherineshelton.co.uk


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