LINDSAY KAGEYAMA California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo Bachelor of Landscape Architecture, June 2018 firstname.lastname@example.org (510) 676-0104
CONTENTS Living With Water
BFS Landscape Architects
Model Building Furniture Sketching Landscape Photography Apparel Design
Site // 0.43 miles of shoreline Location // South Beach, San Francisco Client // Port of San Francisco Type // Collaboration with Nathan Torres Year // 2017
LIVING WITH WATER Prototyping a Resilient Edge for San Francisco The current low-lying San Francisco shoreline is vulnerable to climate change and without mitigation a majority of the Port of San Francisco's property will be under water by the year 2100. Living With Water focuses on strengthening the edge conditions in the South Beach neighborhood using a prototypical approach. Four prototypes and ten typologies are used to design resilient, localized, and natural solutions for climate change while incorporating and enhancing the culture of the area. While incorporating recreational access to the area the design also creates opportunities for habitat restoration and natural mitigation strategies along the shoreline to preserve and enhance the character of South Beach. This project challenges the perception that mitigation strategies are a catch-all solution by embracing climate change as the future and seeking to create localized, resilient solutions before a disaster strikes.
Shallow Bay Port of SF Jurisdiction
Sea Level Rise Inundation, 2100
Historic Shoreline, 1850
Points of Interest
PROTOTYPES 1 Passive Natural Edge 2 Active Natural Edge 3 Cultural Edge 4 Connection
SCALE: 1” = 300’-0” 150’
A RC A B
SOUTH BEACH HARBOR
3 LIVING WITH WATER
EDGE CONDITION TYPOLOGIES
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Floating Wetlands Wetland Berm Edge Rip Rap Transition Zone Floodable Beach Original Promenade Raised Promenade | Viewing Area Raised Ferry Landing Seawall Viewing Area
SCALE: 1” = 150’-0” 0’
8 5 2
SOUTH BEACH HARBOR
MISSION CREEK LIVING WITH WATER
SECTION 1: ACTIVE NATURAL EDGE + CULTURA
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SECTION 2: PASSIVE NATURAL EDGE
Charadrius alexandri Western Snowy
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Pelecanus occidentalis Brown Pelican
Graphic by Nathan Torres
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SECTION 3: PASSIVE NATURAL EDGE + CONNECTION
Distichlis spicata Salt Grass
Sarcocornia paciﬁca Common Pickleweed Jaumea carnosa Fleshy Jaumea
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Clupea pallasii Paciﬁc Herring
Chlorostoma funebralis Black Turban Snail
SECTION 4: ACTIVE NATURAL EDGE
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Haliotis rufescens Red Abalone
Lottia gigantea Owl Limpet Cymatogaster aggregata Shiner Surfperch
Larus occidentalis Western Gull
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Water Current Direction
LIVING WITH WATER
Site // 7 acres Location // Harmony, CA Client // Alan Vander Horst Type // Individual student work Year // 2016
HARMONY, CA Using Art to Revitalize a Small Agricultural Town The town of Harmony, located along California Highway 1 south of Big Sur, has a history as an electric artist enclave, but today is barely on the map with a population of 13. The town was recently sold to new owners who seek to revive the town to what it once was. Working in conjunction with the new owners, this project is built around the theoretical implementation of an artist-inresidence program adjacent to the town center. This program would bring support for innovative work in the arts and other creative outlets. The Harmony Center for Art would provide a rustic, rural setting for practicing artists to make art in an open atmosphere. A master plan of the town provides an improved entry experience to the town, a path connecting the town to the neighboring Harmony Cellars Winery, punctuated with art installations that call back to the history of the town. An oďŹ€-shoot of the trail leads to the site of the historic Harmony School with a picnicking area at the trail terminus.
HARMONY SCHOOL PICNIC AREA
RESIDENCES ARTIST HOUSING
ART INSTALLATION PLATFORM
FIRE PIT ARTIST HOUSING
EVENT STAGE OUTDOOR DINING
CREAMERY RESTAURANT OFFICES
STAFF PARKING UTILITIES
HARMONY CELLARS WINERY COW PARADE ART INSTALLATION
CERAMICS SHOP ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE PARKING
ART INSTALLATION PLAZA
APPLE TREE ORCHARD
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
Artist-in-Residence Housing Community Garden Artist Courtyard Harmony School Picnic Area Gazebo Event Stage + Outdoor Dining Apple Orchard Artist Parking Art Installations 'Cow Parade' Sculptures Path to Harmony Cellars Winery Town Entryway Monument
SCALE: 1” = 200’-0” CR
EA TOWN ENTRYWAY M ER YR D
DIAGRAMMATIC CIRCULATION MAP
CREAMERY OFFICES RESTAURANT
1 ENLARGEMENT Scale: 1” = 80’-0”
9 9 11 10
HARMONY CELLARS WINERY
Art Installation Pathway
Site // 29.5 acres Location // Castiglion Fiorentino, Italy Type // Group collaboration Year // 2016 study abroad
CASTIGLION FIORENTINO Connecting the Modern and Historic in a Tuscan Hill Town In Italian culture, the piazza has great signiďŹ cance and serves as a meeting place, an event area, and the overall heart of the town. Castiglion Fiorentino is a historic Tuscan hill town, located in central Italy, yet today the primary use of the piazzas in the town are as parking lots. As the city has grown outside of its original walled bounds, the piazza no longer lies at the center of the city. This project strives for an environmentally connected experience between the modern and historic parts of Castiglion Fiorentino and the neighboring Valle de Chio by relocating the town piazza to an undeveloped area that lies between the two disjointed parts of the city. The project sets to improve circulation between the historic hill town and the newer part of the city. The piazza is designed to provide ďŹ‚exible uses in addition to adding more usable open space to the town, all while maintaining the historic aesthetic found in the region.
CONCEPTUAL DESIGN & MASTER PLAN Group collaboration
Seasonal Flag Ceremony CASTIGLION FIORENTINO HILL TOWN
NO VA RA ER ET SA R CE A VI
RO ND SA LA ES AL IVIL VIA COD
STRADA PROVINCIALE POLVANO E VALLE NESTORE
Annual Horse Race
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Terrace Seating Piazza Service Entry Olive Tree Bosque Trail Connection to Hill Town Olive Tree Grove Oak Woodland Forest
SCALE: 1” = 200’-0” 0’
3 CASTIGLION FIORENTINO
Historic Hill Town
Upper Path Around Piazza
Foot Path to Neighborhood
DESIGN WORKSHOP Location // Aspen, Colorado Type // Internship Year // 2017
In 2017 I took two quarters oďŹ€ from school to intern with Design Workshop and was given a wide range of responsibilities for primarily two high-end residential projects. My responsibilities included curating materials for client meetings, drafting construction plans and details, and completing the requirements for the planning submittal.
ASLA Award Rendering
Aspen Residence Plan Rendering
Aspen Residence Planning Submittal
PARK PLAQUE: BY OTHERS, NIC. SEE ELEVATION FOR SIGN TEXT. REBAR: #4 HORIZONTAL 12" O.C., CONT.
CAST STONE VENEER: SEE SPECS; INSTALL ON ALL SIDES CONDITION VARIES: SEE CONSTRUCTION PLAN
REBAR: #4 VERTICAL 24" O.C.
Spanning two summers, I interned at the ﬁrm BFS Landscape Architects. During this time I was able to work on a multitude of project types and scales—from hospitality to streetscape planning, public parks, and pro bono work. Tasks included illustrative renderings, construction drawings, and GIS mapping.
CAST STONE CAP: SEE SPECS. MORTAR SET CONCRETE WALL: SEE SPECS
Location // Monterey, California Type // Internship Year // 2016 & 2017
BFS LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS
Custom Construction Detail
SUBGRADE: SEE GEOTECH RPT AND SEE SPECS AGGREGATE BASE: SEE SPECS
REBAR: #4 VERTICAL 24" O.C.
SUBGRADE: SEE GEOTECH RPT AND SEE SPECS
AGGREGATE BASE: SEE SPECS
TO BE DETERMINED ONCE PARK NAME IS FINALIZED
Bluff Courts Park
PLAQUE TEXT 1. NAME AND ADD TO BE SUPPLIE CONFIRMED BY 2. PARK NAME TE 3. PARK ADDRESS 4. CONTRACTOR DRAWING WITH PLAQUE
VARIES: 9" MIN.
ELEVATION SCALE: 1"=1'-0"
Park Sign Wall 1"=1'-0"
SEE SHEET L-5.0
Planting Design INTERNSHIP
Hand cut models to further the design process
Residential Master Planning
Toilet Paper Roll Dioramas
Cal Poly Engineering West Courtyard
FURNITURE Collaboration with Kevin Tanchanco, Kodsart Denaro, and Tyler Varian-Gonzalez Chair built from reclaimed pine wood
Sample Chair Details 712"
3'-5" 3' typ. 12'-5" 23 7/8 "
5 7 16 "
3", typ. 2'-10" A 1
42' 112",View typ. Lounge Chair Front Not to scale
47'-8" 44'-3" typ.
1 " typ. 40'-10140'-10 2 2"
3", typ. 112", typ.
42' 47'-8" 44'-3" typ. Lounge Chair Front View Not to scale
Lounge Chair Aerial View Not to scale
Lounge Chair Aerial View Not to scale
15'-10" 24'-5" 9"
47'-8" A 3
Lounge Chair Side View Not to scale
OTHER WORKS 1'
Plein air drawings throughout Italy while studying abroad
Kensington Gardens, London
Glacier Point, Yosemite National Park
Bishop Peak, San Luis Obispo
Lower Rae Lake, Kings Canyon National Park
Holocaust Memorial, Berlin
Stout Grove, Jedediah Smith Redwood State Park OTHER WORKS
APPAREL DESIGN Cal Poly Cycling Team uniforms and t-shirt Photo by Sheldon Smith
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