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portfolio MORGAN HANNAN


Morgan Hannan Bachelor of Landscape Architecture, UNSW Student Ph: 0428604473 email: z3376006@zmail.unsw.edu.au


contents Goulburn St Carpark and City Habitats / 2014 Summer Studio

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Agriculture Mall, Purdue / 2013 Third Year Studio

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Lend Lease Communities / 2012 - 2013 Internship

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Sydney Park City Farm / 2013 Third Year Studio

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Badgerys Creek Urban Development / 2014 Fourth Year Studio

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Resume &References

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Goulburn St Car Park & City Habitats STUDENT PROJECT, 2014 CONTRIBUTORS MORGAN HANNAN LOCATION GOULBURN ST, SYDNEY

AUSTRALIA


Wentworth Park

City of Sydney Depot Broadway

Victoria Park

Lizard sp. Frog sp.

Frog sp.

Master Plan

The proposed corridor sits within a larger plan for the development of green walls and green roofs within the City of Sydney area. The goal of the corridor is to create a habitat link across the outer CBD edge, however the secondary intent is to extend out, and encourage pri vate development to take on these technologies. This is achieved through the key projects within the corridor link that are high profile structures, each being a display of how green walls and roofs can be used to create a number of positives for individual sites, as well as the city as a whole.

Key Projects

The sections and links across the master plan have different foci; habitat creation, economic prosperity or improved health. These direct how greenwalls and roofs should be used within future developments in these areas

Master Plan The master plan for green roof and wall hotspots through Sydney.

Key Projects The key projects within the proposed green corridor

Habitat Long term focus areas for habitat development, through connecting major ecological basins

Economy Support street side economy by making a more walkable city through beautiful and comfortable streetscapes.

Health Habitat

Economy

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Areas for creating air quality and psychological health improvements. Varied types of spaces inc. residential, commercial, and public

Health


One Central

Central Station

Small bird sp.

Belmore Park

Goulburn St Carpark

Hyde Park

Royal Botanic Gardens

Art Gallery of NSW

Predator birds Microbat sp.

Insects Fruit bat sp.

Lizard sp.

Initial Green Necklace CBD Retrofit 4


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1. Visibility to existing habitat

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2. Desired connections to parks

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3. Winter morning shade

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4. Winter midday shade

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5. Winter evening shade Largest Species Wingspan:

Clients: Small Birds

Habitat Needs:

Current and tradition park designs remove most under growth and leave only high standing trees. In this pro ject the southern roof space has been developed into a small bird sanctuary, with ample nesting space, nesting material and a strong plant and insect food source. This area has been chosen as it is already currently inacces sible to the public, and is further sheltered by continuing the green facade between the green roof and the car park space

Diet:

<15cm

Protected Shrub-land Insects, Seed, Nectar

New Holland Honeyeater Rufus Fantail Rufus Whistler Silvereye Superb Fairy Wren

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1. Clean Colour The existing structure is given a lighter colour to provide a harmony with the surrounding buildings, and reflect heat away from the building.

2. Structural Facade A structural facade is added to the east and west faces, and a timber facade to the north. The de sign allows airflow and gives the carpark a modern materiality.

3. Green Facade The addition of the growing structures blends the green faç ades into the structural frame

SMALL BIRD HABITAT

GREEN FACADE

TIMBER CLADDING

STRUCTURAL FACADE

NESTING BOXES AND PROTECTIVE FRAME

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Above The new facade responds to each adjacent streets' scale, aesthetic and microclimate. The density of greenery is altered to meet highest impact with least water consumption least water consumption. Right The green wall structure has varies to suit demands of each facade style. 1. Greenwall module fixed to the carpark structure ensure a greater vine coverage and help create pattern in the facade. 2.The wires are set behind the new building facade, allowing the pattern to continue through the planting continue through the planting. 3. Choice wires near nesting boxes are left 300 mm apart. This allows for the upper limits of target small birds' wingď&#x20AC;­ span with 100mm buffer for natural climber spread. The angle of the facade obscures the spaces to pedestrians.

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New Building Facade

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Agriculture Mall STUDENT PROJECT, 2013 CONTRIBUTORS MORGAN HANNAN LOCATION PURDUE UNIVERSITY, LAFAYETTE

USA

Purdue University's Agriculture Mall is an increasingly important space as the Purdue campus grows south, and this mall becomes a central recreational space. The site is currently plagued by issues with uneven grading, senescent trees, poor soils, drainage and turf, and a vehicle priority that makes it unsafe and uncomfortable for pedestrians. The redesign had to consider the traditional American university mall, and the historic buildings that flanked the site, while bringing the area up to the standards set by the new development. The design also was used to make commentary on the issues prevalent across all of Purdue. Currently all storm water within the 3000 acre campus drains directly into the adjacent river, carrying sewerage during floods. There is also a preference given to vehicles over pedestrians or cyclists, though most students live within walking distance of class. The final design emphasized pedestrian/vehicle shared spaces, and detailed raised lawns with aesthetic drainage trenches and rain gardens, created to bring attention to water sensitive urban design. This project allowed strong exploration of material selection and user experience, resulting in a luxurious and comfortable formalized mall, reflective of its historic context, and mindful of its future setting.


Raingarden System A strongly visible rain garden drainage system marks the boundaries between the path system and the lawn, both playfully puncturing the lawn and in turn being punctured by the access paths.

Vehicle/Pedestrian Shared Roads The vehicle movement and parking dominated roads have been replaced with 2 systems; pedestrian vehicle shared space, and pedestrian/bike paths.

University Heritage The traditional sensibilities of Purdue University campus have been upkept, with feature buildings and art works still the dominant feature of the landscape.

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Shared Bike Lanes

Master Plan

Ample space has been created on either side of the shared paths, within the tree planting spaces, to allow for easy pedestrian safety and fluid bike movement.

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Lend Lease Group Internship STUDENT INTERNSHIP, 2012 CONTRIBUTORS MORGAN HANNAN LOCATION VARIED DEVELOPMENTS, GREATER SYDNEY

AUSTRALIA

Over the 2012 - 2013 summer break I interned at Lend Lease Communities. During this time I worked across multiples offices, on multiple suburb development projects. My role covered a range of tasks including design of specific parks and site elements, graphics, DA preparation and construction quality inspections, both individually and as part of a group. Working with a range of people from different backgrounds, it was also important to maintain a focus on presenting the best arguments for environmentally sensitive planning and design. An example of this is in generating a street tree palette for a development bordering a nature reserve, where most endemic species had restricted local use, and the suggested palette was unsuited to the site conditions. This was resolved through discussion with the council around what risks specific species posed, and then design to ameliorate these issues.


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Top Left An inviting and legible map of a development for public flyers. east water consumption Bottom Left Graphics to inform residents of initial planned dog park design. Above Left and Middle Examples of various design ideas to send out to offices. Above Right Interoffice graphics for park layout and concept.

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Above Initial planting design for disguised water system and golf course walk

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Above Graphic of planting design for gold course walk and water treatment shed for inter office communication.

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City of Sydney City Farm STUDENT PROJECT, 2013 CONTRIBUTORS MORGAN HANNAN LOCATION SYDNEY PARK, SYDNEY

AUSTRALIA

The Sydney Park City Farm was an opportunity to provide a hub of sustainable technology and green design in the Sydney inner suburbs, and encourage the urban agriculture industry to develop within Australia. The site already provides an important recreational value to the surrounding suburbs, and the challenge of the site was sensitively integrating the new farm program, into the existing park program. There were also a number of historic items, and long term planning intentions to the park that had to be considered. The design was based around creating a site program that presented modern technology, displaying ecological services, green infrastructure and closed system based design to regular visitors; pushing environmental stewardship to the public, as well as providing a high level resource for further green projects within the city. This was done in consultation with a number of local community groups and businesses, allowing for the most effective active spaces and trails that facilitated daily community involvement and allowed real users to interact with urban agriculture in a wide variety of ways. The result is a high performance flexible system cleanly integrated into the current Sydney Park program.


CAFE AND INDIGENOUS FOOD TOURS • •

THE CAFE BRINGS IN REGULAR VISITORS FROM KING ST AND ST PETERS STATION. ____________________________________ _ ___ THE NATIVE PLANTING THROUGH THE SITE MAINTAINS CUR RENT NATIVE PALETTE AND MAKES USE OF OTHERWISE IN ACCESSIBLE PLANTED SPACES.\__ ________________________ THE INDIGENOUS FOOD TRAIL EXPANDS KNOWLEDGE OF WHAT PLANTS ARE EDIBLE, INCREASING PUBLIC FOOD ACCESS OFF SITE AND MAKING USE OF OTHERWISE DISUSED BUSH SPACE.

SCULPTURE BY THE FARM •

EXHIBITION OF INTERACTIVE PUBLIC ART BASED AROUND URBAN AGRICULTURE AND GREEN DESIGN ALLOWS NEW INTERPRETATION OF THESE CONCEPTS. THE VARIED PRESENTATION OF THE CONCEPTS WILL COMMUNICATE TO, AND INTEREST, A WIDER AUDIENCE BASE._____________________

ATTRACTS SEASONAL VISITORS.

THIS STRATEGY OVERCOMES THE INHERENT LACK OF SPACE AVAILABLE IN SYDNEY PARK BY PROVIDING THE SAME EDUCA TION WITHOUT REDUCING RECREATIONAL OPPORTUNITY.

SYDNEY PARK CITY FARM

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THE FARM CAN GROW NATURALLY WITH INCREASED FUNDS AND USERS._____________________________________________

THE MULTIPLE ROOMS CREATED BY THE PLANTING BEDS AL LOW FOR MULTIPLE GROUPS TO UTILISE THE SPACE.____

THE LOW MAINTENANCE AREA PREDOMINATELY FEATURES NATIVE PLANTS (SELECTED BY EXPERT FROM THE YAA MA DHIYAAN COLLEGE) BRINGING ATTENTION TO WATER SENSITIVE PLANTING._____________________________________

THIS DEVELOPMENT BRINGS PEOPLE TO THE OTHERWISE HIDDEN THE AIDS MEMORIAL FIELD


Community and Farm Program

10 Minute Walk EXHIBITION

Aquaculture Bamboo Grove Fibre Production Indigenous Plants Poultry Public Art Forestry

FARM ACTIVITY

SOCIAL USE

UTILITY/SERVICE

Involved Community Groups

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2

y y y

y y y

y y y

y y y

10 11 12 13 14 15 y y y y y y y

y y y

y y

y y y

y

y y

y y

Apiculture Community Farm Floriculture Fruit Orchard Seedling Hothouse Vineyard

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5

y y y y y y

Bar/Event Facility

y

y

Creative Hub Farm Education Produce Sales Restaurant/Cafe Urban Ag. Centre Volunteer Facilities

y y y y y y

y y y y y

Compost Solar Energy Water Harvesting Wind Turbines

3

6

7

8

9

y y y y y y

y

y y y y y y y y y

y

16 17 18 19 20 21 Carparks

y

y

y y y

y

y y y y y y

y

y

y y

y y y

Wetlands y

Woodlands y

y

y

y y y

y y

y y y y y y

y

y

y

y y y y

y y

y

y

y y

y y

y y y y

y

Community Gardens

10 Minute Drive

y y y

y

y y

y

Distinguishedď&#x20AC; Zones

y y y

y y

y

y

Current Values

Farm Potential

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THE KILNS

THE ORCHARD TRAIL

SMALL LANDFORM ALTERATIONS AND A CIRCULAR PATH CREATING AN ADAPTABLE OUTDOOR SPACE ASSOCIATED WITH THE KILNS

THE ORCHARD ACTS AS A PLAY ENVIRONMENT IN ASSOCIATION WITH THE PLAYGROUND AND MAKES USE OF THE TRAILING PATHS CURRENTLY LEADING NOWHERE

A CAFE WITH ASSOCIATED CHICKEN COOP AND NATIVE BEE APIARY

THE CHILDREN’ S ORCHARD ENGAGES CHILDREN IN FRESH FOOD AND FARMING ACTIVITIES

A GREEN HOUSE AND GREEN ROOF REFLECTING THE ROOFS’ CURRENT TIN STRUCTURE AND WEEDS DISPLAYS HOW URBAN AGRICULTURE CAN BE INTEGRATED INTO THE SKIN OF THE CITY

THE ORCHARD TRAIL LEADS USERS FROM THE CULTURAL CENTRE TO THE GARDENS, ALL OF WHICH OFFER FRESH FOOD

SEASONAL VARIATION BETWEEN NATIVE EVERGREENS AND NON NATIVE DECIDUOUS CREATE INTEREST AND CONTRAST. THE PAT TERN REVEALED LINKS IN WITH THE DESIGN FORM (SEE IMAGEA BILITY)

INFORMAL ENTRANCES, END POINTS AND WALLS CREATE A MORE ENCHANTING LANDSCAPE

THE GREEN HOUSES WILL BE A SIGNIFICANT ICON OF UR BAN AGRICULTURE ALONG A MAJOR ROAD. USE OF ROOF SPACE ENSURES NO LOSS OF RECREATIONAL OPPORTUNI TY WITHIN THE PARK ADAPTATION OF THE BRICK KILNS' LOWER LEVELS INTO EX HIBITION AREAS TO PROVIDE INFORMATION AND DISPLAYS DIRECTLY TO THE PUBLIC

ADAPTABLE OUTDOOR AMPHITHEATRE

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CHILDREN'S ORCHARD

CAFE CHICKEN COOP

W/C AND FACILITY STORAGE

NATIVE BEE APIARY GREEN LIVING CENTRE EXHIBITION SPACE GREENHOUSE

SEASONAL VARIATION OF THE ORCHARD TRAIL

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CITY FARM AND FOOD FOREST

THE GRUB HUB

GARDEN BEDS ARE EXPANSIVE ALLOWING VARIED AND ZONED PLANTING

PROVIDES A NEARBY ACTIVITY CENTRE FOR THE GARDENS AND WETLANDS WHERE CURRENT BUILDINGS ARE DISTANT

FARMING SPACES ARE INTEGRATED WITH CURRENT TREE PAT TERNS AND FUTURE DESIRE LINES FROM PARK PATHS

COMMUNITY SPACE PROVIDED IN THE GRUB HUB ALLOWS FOR INTEREST GROUPS TO RUN WORKSHOPS AND ACTIVITIES FROM THE HEART OF THE FARM

THE SMALL FIELDS BETWEEN GARDEN BEDS ARE A NEW ENVIRON MENT IN THE PARK, GIVING RECREATIONAL OPPORTUNITY TO THE UNUSED HILL

DESIGN IS BASED ON THE WITCHITTY GRUB, AN ICON OF AUSTRAL IAN BUSH TUCKER, AND IS A DISTINCTIVE LANDMARK FOR FARM IDENTITY

CANVAS BODY ALLOWS THE STRUCTURE TO HUG THE DIFFICULT LANDFORM

THE SHADE ALLOWS GROWTH OF SHADE LOVING PLANTS

THE STRUCTURE IS CROWNED BY THE CURRENT PLANTING AND IS VISIBLE FROM THE MAJORITY OF THE PARK

THE INFORMAL LAYOUT MAINTAINS THE NATURAL SETTING OF THE PARK

PERMACULTURE PRINCIPLES OF ZONING HIGH TO LOW MAIN TENANCE PLANTS ARE APPLIED TO FADE FROM A COMMUNITY GARDEN TO A MORE SELF SUSTAINED FOOD FOREST

RAISED BEDS NEAR THE GRUB HUB ALLOW ACCESSIBLE GARDEN ING

RAISED GARDEN BEDS FARM FIELDS

STAGE 3

THE FORM IS BASED ON THE WITCHITTY GRUB AS AN ICON OF AUSTRALIAN BUSH TUCKER

GRUB HUB STAGE 1

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MA

INT

EN

AN

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HM

AIN

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NA

NC

E

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Urban Proposition for Badgerys Creek STUDENT PROJECT, 2014 CONTRIBUTORS MORGAN HANNAN, BEN CHARLTON, ALEX CROWE, JAMES BIBBY LOCATION BADGERYS CREEK, SYDNEY AUSTRALIA In developing an approach to the design of Badgerys Creek urban form I assessed the theories and underpinning principles of modernism, new urbanism and landscape urbanism and found that though each had a different focus, they did not inherently oppose one another. Each Building off this I chose four drivers; energy efficiency, social health, airport function and ecological health. Taking these approaches we produce short exploratory responses for, in a manner taken similar to Richard Weller's "Boom Town 2050" or MVRDV's "Pig City" project. Each of these varied significantly. What is developed is a menu of structural items that can be combined to create a design that responds effectively to each driver. In some situations the 4 responses can be directly overlaid in a "McHargian" manner, in others the input of each exploration could be weighted to find the best response and in some only one response was chosen to be practical. The complete rationalisation of the four drivers is applied to the site to also explore how each of these items can interact with the local landscape character, climatic conditions, and project requirements.

Winter Wind Rose

Ridgelines

NORTH WEST GROWTH CENTRE

PENRITH ST MARYS

BLACKTOWN

PARRAMATTA BROADER WESTERN SYDNEY EMPLOYMENT AREA

LIVERPOOL SOUTH WEST GROWTH CENTRE

Http://www.bom.gov.au/

Climate

LEPPINGTON

Current Uses


Existing Roads

Creeklines

Flood Plains

PARIS

NEW YORK

MASDAR CITY

HOUSTON

CASTLECRAGH Summer Wind Rose

Bringelly Shale

Fine Grain Sand, Silt and Clay

Soil

City Precedents

SYDNEY

SYDNEY AIRPORT

Regional Links

Regional Ecological Basins

Proposed Flight Paths

Regional Population

Ecological Communities


Exploratory Modelling

THE CONNECTION NORTH THROUGH THE AIRPORT, THE DESIGNED INDUSTRIAL AND OFFICE PARKS, INTO THE WESTERN SYDNEY EMPLOYMENT AREA ALLOWS FOR EASY FLOW OF GOODS

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THE AIRPORT AND ECONOMIC CENTRES HAVE A STRONG VISUAL RELATIONSHIP, AND ARE EASILY CONNECTED BY TRANSPORT. THE DOMINANT ZONING OF EACH RESPOND TO ITS RELATIONSHIP


RESPONSIVE MIXED ZONING STRATEGY

DEVELOPMENT MASTERPLAN

CURRENT: EXISTING SITE

STAGE 1: INITIAL DEVELOPMENT STAGE

STAGE 2: FURTHER ECONOMIC GROWTH

DIRECT ECOLOGICAL IMPACTS OF THE AIRPORT ARE DESIGNED FOR ON-SITE. DESIGN PLANS FOR STORMWATER AND GREYWATER TREATMENT ANSWER THE FUEL WASTE OF THE OPERATION.

STAGE 3: RESIDENTIAL GROWTH

ROAD HIERARCHY MASTERPLAN

FINAL: 2050+

THE WIDER IMPACT OF THE AIRPORT OFF-SITE IS CONSIDERED, ALLOWING THE DESIGN TO INCLUDE MEDIATING MEASURES. THE ZONING MIX RESPONDS TO PROPOSED NOISE IMPACTS

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SOUTH CREEK PEDESTRIAN VILLAGE MODEL INFLUENCES:

20% ECOLOGY 10% LOGISTICS

20% EFFICIENCY

60% SOCIAL

DEVELOPED AREA: RESIDENTIAL DENSITY: RESIDENT POPULATION: JOBS CREATED: DRAINAGE SWALE 25 m

1.34 km2 7300/km2 5400 people 6793 jobs LIGHT RAIL LINE 250 m

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SPECIAL USES CENTRE LIGHT INDUSTRIAL KEY PARKLAND

SITE CONTEXT

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COMMERCIAL

RESIDENTIAL

ZONING


BICYCLE FRIENDLY

WATER TREATMENT & EDUCATION

MARKET

WALKABLE

FILTRATION SWALES

20m

50m

HEIGHT GUIDE

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35% LOW DENSITY EMPLOYMENT

25% RESIDENTIAL WESTERN SYDNEY EMPLOYMENT AREA

DEVELOPED AREA: RESIDENTIAL DENSITY: RESIDENT POPULATION: JOBS CREATED:

933 ha 7300/ha 25000 people 58500 jobs

SOURCE: http://www.planning.nsw.gov.au/western-syd ACCESSED: 22/05/14

40% HIGH DENSITY EMPLOYMENT

SOUTH WEST GROWTH SECTOR

RELATIONSHIP TO NEIGHBOURING DEVELOPMENT

$25,615 million cumulative GRP in Sydney 414,642 tonnes of freight

33,355,000 passengers Cartwright. S, Borger. D, Economic Impact of a Western Sydney Airport, NSW Business Chamber, Sydney

PROJECTIONS FOR 2050

DEVELOPMENT PROJECTIONS DEVELOPMENT SOLUTIONS ROAD TYPOLOGIES AIRPORT

Pedestrian - Vehicle Shared Space The activated social centres democratise the streetscape by providing equal rights to vehicles and pedestrians.

Parkway Airport and Zoning Industrial Commercial Retail Residential

A zoning strategy based on ratios of land use positively responds to airport noise by using ANEF noise contours to dictate the zoning mix.

Airport and Landform Vegetation corridors between developed land and airport land hide unsightly runways but still allow people to see planes taking off and landing.

Vegetated corridors of Cumberland Plain Woodland Ecological Community mediate and cool hot summer winds and provide habitat and regional migration corridors for fauna.

Activated Park Edge Residential/retail mixed use development takes advantage of the visual and experienď&#x20AC;­ tial qualities of the parkland to activate the edge between the two land uses.

Arterial Roads Direct vehicular transport is facilitated through 6 lane roads and a 2 lane bus expressway. Where the landform and solar access makes it feasible large scale solar power generation could occur on the road verge.

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RUNOFF AND GREYWATER TREATMENT A scheme of swales and parks function as a roadside run off and grey water treatment system. The water is filtered by vegetation within two similar, but functionally different swale types: appropriated contour line swales and naturally occuring valleys.

KEY LINE PRINCIPLE & NATURAL SWALES

WIND TUNNELS & NATURAL COOLING SYSTEM Natural ventilation will help mitigate the urban heat island effect and reduce peak temperatures in summer, without the active input of energy from air conditioning. KEY BUILDINGS A collection of key buildings in the public realm have been developed to create various interactions between the residents and the landscape. They each have their own purpose for the health of the Badgerys Creek community.

KEY BUILDINGS

Waste to Energy Plant

Market Centre

Airport Water Treatment

WIND ROSE; 3PM SUMMER

ECOLOGY

EFFICIENCY SOCIAL

SOCIAL

ECOLOGY

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MORGAN HANNAN

Landscape Architecture Student: University of New South Wales

467 Gardeners Rd Rosebery, NSW 2108

0428 604 473 z3376006@zmail.unsw.edu.au

FOCUS

I have a keen interest in developing exciting and innovative places to inhabit, with a focus on integrating sustainable technologies and strategies into the public realm. EDUCATION

University of New South Wales - Sydney, NSW Bachelor of Landscape Architecture Anticipated Graduation - 2014 Purdue University - West Lafayette, IN, USA Bachelor of Science Landscape in Landscape Architecture Semester Exchange - Fall 2013 RELEVANT WORK EXPERIENCE

Lend Lease Communities - Sydney, NSW Intern - Summer 2012-2013 - Generated graphics for office and public use - Designed and developed park concepts Plants Plus - Sydney, NSW Nursery Worker, Sales Person - 2012 - Maintain plant and hardscape material - Assist customers in choosing plant material TECHNICAL SKILLS

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Auto-CAD Adobe InDesign Adobe Photoshop SketchUp Adobe Illustrator

Hand Rendering/Drafting

ACTIVITIES

AILA - Australian Institute of Landscape Architecture Warragamba All Abilities Playground Steering Committee Australian Red Cross Blood Donor

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Morgan Hannan Bachelor of Landscape Architecture, UNSW Student Ph: 0428604473 email: z3376006@zmail.unsw.edu.au


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