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Matthew Dinsmore | mdinsmor@syr.edu | (603)548-6872


2013 | RE[CLAM] THE BAY |Clamery and Education Center

2014-2016 | CEMEX | Research Assistant

2016 | BIERHAUS+BADHAUS | Elevating Erie

upweller 2014 | THREE DIMENSIONAL GRID | Exhibition Space

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RE[CLAM] THE BAY |Clamery and Education Center | Mantoloking, NJ

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Professor Julie Larsen | Collaboration with Yiwei Wu Module Axon South Elevation | 0’-1/16”

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RE[CLAM] THE BAY |Clamery and Education Center | Mantoloking, NJ

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Module Elevation

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Professor Julie Larsen | Collaboration with Yiwei Wu

Section 1’0” = 1/8”


WORK COMPILATION|Research Assistant | CEMEX Research

Exploded Axon 1’ | 1”

Unwrapped Elevation 1’ | 3/4”


Professors Julie Larsen and Roger Hubeli


WORK COMPILATION|Research Assistant | CEMEX Research


Professors Julie Larsen and Roger Hubeli Professors Julie Larsen and Roger Hubeli

PHASE 1 - YEAR 1 PROVEN METHOD: ‘Split encasement tubes’ are anchored into concrete ‘Reef Ball Mangroves’ to stabalize mangrove seedlings. This solution is ideal for numerous applications including erosion efforts. A concrete base of the device allows the roots to be protected from submerged debris. This solution has the ability to “wash away” (degrades over time) as the mangrove matures and no longer needs assistance, leaving only a self sufficient, beautiful mangrove. http://www.keysmarinelab.org, Long Key Florida, USA

‘Island’ serves as flexible assembly ‘floating breakwater’ to protect the existing shoreline

Existing Red Magroves

Natural Red Mangrove seedlings form along the existing shoreline as new sediment increases. ‘Split encasement tubes’ embedded in concrete ‘Reef Balls’

Due to a more controlled environment and few storm surges, natural sediment has time to accumulate and redevelop the shoreline naturally Voids in ‘reef ball’ container to allow for roots of Red Mangrove to eventually puncture and grow horizontally Voids in lower container create inviting ecosystems similar to leaf litter and decomposing debris for local species to inhabit.

PHASE 2 - YEAR 3

New Generation Red Mangroves

Mangroves begin to grow from the ‘split encasement tubes’ and form a more robust breakwater edge to protect the shoreline

Original Red Mangroves

‘Floating island breakwater’ reduces waves during storm surges that typically wash away sedimentation and destroy the shoreline. This protection allows for natural sedimentation along the existing shore to build up over time.

Mangrove seedlings continue to grow as new sediment increases.

Sedimentation continues to build up and create new surface area for Mangroves to naturally root themselves along the shore Habitat for various small species and provides a Sanctuary for fingerlings

Pumice Island as ‘Floating Breakwater’ is the “ultimate solution in wave attenuation, wave dispersion and shoreline control.” - www.wavebrake.com Pavebreak System Applications: - Protect plantings in restored shore areas - Protect exposed areas from storms - Impact speed of weed growth - Create offshore shoals to slow wave energy - Slow sand migration and build beach mass

PHASE 3 - YEAR 5 Protecting our Coasts and Shorelines Long slopes result in lower maintenance and allows for ‘in-wall’ planting of mangroves. The mangroves accrete sediment and ‘bury’ the concrete elements.

Second Generation Red Mangroves

First Generation Red Mangroves

Original Red Mangroves


BIERHAUS+BADHAUS| Elevating Erie | Syracuse, NY

1. WEATHERPROOFING MEMBRANE 2. 4” RIGID INSULATION 3. CONCRETE SLAB 4. STEEL DECKING 5. 1’ STEEL BEAM 6. ALUMINUM CEILING HANGAR 7. 5/8” GYPSUM

COPPER RANNEL RAIN SCREEN SYSTEM

CURTAIN WALL SYSTEM

STONEWOOD PANELS

EXTERIOR SHEATHING

PLYWOOD

UNALAM GLULAM BEAMS

1” CAREARA MARBLE PANNELS

CLEAR ANODIZED ALUMINMUM SCREEN

ALGAE PANEL


Professor Amber Bartosh | Collaboration with Avery Nackman and Jackie Morin

SOUTH ELEVATION 1’ | 1/8”


BIERHAUS+BADHAUS| Elevating Erie | Syracuse, NY

ONEMETRIC WALL SECTION 1’ | 1/2”

DETAIL SECTION: 1/4”=1’

LONGITUDINAL SECTION 1’|1/8”

CROSS SECTION 1’|1/8”


Professor Amber Bartosh | Collaboration with Avery Nackman and Jackie Morin


BIERHAUS+BADHAUS| Elevating Erie | Syracuse, NY


Professor Amber Bartosh | Collaboration with Avery Nackman and Jackie Morin


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Professor Ryan Ludwig

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THREE DIMENSIONAL GRID |Exhibition Center | Brooklyn, NY


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Thank You



Dinsmore, Matthew - Portfolio 2017