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Portfolio of Natalia Kowalska planting strategies


BORN 1990 Warsaw, PL

SPECIALIZATION Planting strategies / Planting schemes Phytotechnologies Landscape research / Innovation

LANGUAGES English (advanced)

PROFILE 2

Natalia Kowalska is a landscape architect with strong interest in plants. She worked on planting strategies on the variety of scales: from interior level to regional planning. She has a profound knowledge of plant species, both in field of denrdrology and herbaceous plants. Recently she was researching the possibilities of using phytoremediation in the field of architecture.

EDUCATION Landscape Architect MSc, graduated from University of Copenhagen Academy of Architecture Amsterdam exchange programme Landscape Architect BSc, graduated from Warsaw University of Life Sciences

Polish (native speaker)

Danish (reading comprehension)

German, Italian (basic)

SOFTWARE Phothoshop Illustrator In Design Autocad 2D 3D Sketch up GIS


EMPLOYMENT

Jun. 2016

Nov. 2015 Apr. 2016

CENTRALA DESIGNERS TASK FORCE, PL

- collaboration for competition entry

Aug.- Dec. 2014

2016

URLAND

(LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT) , COPENHAGEN, DK - AgroFood Park - detailed planting design

MODEL MAKING IN DIGITAL AGE, SANTANDER, ES 2015

3XN/ GXN ARCHITECTS

(STUDENT WORKER) , COPENHAGEN, DK - research for innovation in Active Green Wall - green walls and green roofs species selection (Toronto, Vienna, Uppsala, Copenhagen) - recycling Center Copenhagen- species selection

Feb. - Aug. 2015

SCHUL LANDSKABSARKITEKTER , DK

H+N+S LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS

- competition entry

- one week workshop on testing various model making techniques AR{C}HALLANGE COMPETITION, BARCELONA

2015

2014

- 3rd price in international student competition sustainable neighbourhood masterplan in Barcelona Eixample THE LAND ART GENERATOR INITIATIVE, COPENHAGEN, DK

(INTERNSHIP), NL

- researcher for the Sustainable Urban Water Guide

- Naturalis Biodiversity Rooftop design phase,Leiden, NL - Energy Line Holland - biomass plantations research, - Bolluca - planting strategy , Istanbul, TR

SLEM TEMPORARY LANDSCAPES WORKSHOPS, NL 2014

SLA LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS

(STUDENT WORKER) , COPENHAGEN, DK

2013

- Reinvent Paris - research workshop - native species research, Kurdistan , IR - Rainforest species associations research, Doha, Quatar

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Aug. 2016

COMPETITIONS, CONFERENCES, WORKSHOPS

- temporary landscapes building -Wadland project, NL - Blåvand project, DK SCINTIFIC STUDENT CONFERENCE, VIENNA, AUT - presentation of project: Landscape and Visual Impact Assessment of New Port Praga ECO- CAMPUS COMPETITION, CRACOW, PL

Feb.- Jul. 2014

SLA LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS

(INTERNSHIP) , COPENHAGEN, DK

- species selection, Ringkøbing , DK - Roskilde Festival Area - planting concept, Roskilde , DK - Musicon detailed design, Roskilde, DK

Jun.2011 Sep. 2013

2013

KEPKA LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT

(STUDENT ASSISTANT) , WARSAW, PL -plant lists and planting plans; - dendrological inventories.

2012

-1st prize at competition for The Regional Policy Scientific Club at Cracow University of Economics; INTERNATIONAL, INTERDISCIPLINARY COMPETITION, GDANSK, PL -1st prize at competition for the concept development

of military district Gdansk


2009 - 2012

2014

2015

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education and work in parallel

2016


Owners:

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Kasper Guldager Jensen Kim Herforth Nielsen Jan Ammundsen Jeanette Hansen Architects cand.arch. MAA CVR-no. 34896747

      Copenhagen 17th of May 2016 

commendation, 

is  to  confirm  that  Natalia  Kowalska  has  worked  for  the  GXN,  the  innovation  company  of  3XN  he past half year from November 2015 until April 2016. 

    Letter of recommendation,    This  letter  is  to  confirm  that  Natalia  Kowalska  has  worked  for  the  GXN,  the  innovation  company  of  3XN  architects the past half year from November 2015 until April 2016.    Natalia  has  an  impressively  high  production  with  quality  and  ingenuity  in  the  detail.  Throughout  her  short  employment, she worked on quite a few projects, which are:    Active  Green  Wall;  new  concept  for  phytoremediation,  Recycling  Center;  landscape  habitats,  Orestad  High  School; rooftop habitats, Toronto Waterfront; rooftops by the bay, Vienna Apartments; outdoor green wall,  Uppsala University; indoor green wall.    Natalia is dedicated and has a professional attitude. She has obvious plant skills and a fantastic fascination of  discovering  and  utilizing  plants  ability  to  clean  soil,  water  and  air.  However  nerdy  this  may  sound,  Natalia  manages to translate this potential into graphic, drawings collages at a very high level. This combination of  technical insight and communications skills is very rare. In addition, as soon you get to know her, she is also  quite fun company.    I really hope to get the change to rehire her. If not, I wish her the very best, stand in reference for the above  mentioned.   

an  impressively  high  production  with  quality  and  ingenuity  in  the  detail.  Throughout  her  short  nt, she worked on quite a few projects, which are: 

n  Wall;  new  concept  for  phytoremediation,  Recycling  Center;  landscape  habitats,  Orestad  High  ftop habitats, Toronto Waterfront; rooftops by the bay, Vienna Apartments; outdoor green wall,  iversity; indoor green wall. 

edicated and has a professional attitude. She has obvious plant skills and a fantastic fascination of    and  utilizing  plants  ability  to  clean  soil,  water  and  air.  However  nerdy  this  may  sound,  Natalia   translate this potential into graphic, drawings collages at a very high level. This combination of  sight and communications skills is very rare. In addition, as soon you get to know her, she is also  ompany. 

e to get the change to rehire her. If not, I wish her the very best, stand in reference for the above   

Best regards

Kasper Guldager Jensen

ldager Jensen Director GXN

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Partner 3XN, Director GXN kgj@3xn.dk +45 6120 1784

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Planting strategies portfolio structure


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Infrastructure corridor as green energy landscape

København

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Ringsted

Planting strategy: energy plantings transforming infrastructure residual landscapes from MONO to MULTI landscapes stacking various functions infrastructure + energy energy + recreation energy + water purification energy + cultural heritage

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Thesis was looking to answear the question of spatial implications of Green Energy Transition. Multiple govermental strategies are trying to envision the possible sustainable future development scenarios but how would they affect the landscape itself? It is expected that biomass is to be one of two main sources of energy in future Danish energy mix. It is also the resource that will be still highly dependant on the imports from North America. The question is can we increase the domestic production of biomass and the same time do not compromise other land uses ? To be able to do so, we should look for the land of unused potential, left-over spaces , without clear function. One of the perfect examples of that kind of edgelands are residual landscapes along infrastructure corridors of highways and railways.

Project : Master thesis University of Copenhagen Location : Copenhagen - Ringsted Year : 2016

LANDSCAPE RA ST R

How it could be realized ?

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Residual landscapes along infrastructure corridors have unexplored potential to contribute to green energy production. The maintenance practices along highways and railways instead of being seen as onerous duty can become a cost- effective business case, supporting fuelwood outputs. By adjusting to existing contexts no new, competing land use need to be introduced. Proposed plantings, beside their green energy production purpose, can facilitate occuring land uses by for example phytoremedating polluted sites, telling the cultural story of the place and enhancing the recreational values or even prepare industrial sites for gradual transition to their new functions. Stacking the multiple uses gives the opportunity to utilize our landscape resources more efficiently. That kind of approach can be further translated to other landscapes wishing to improve their perfiormance like post-industrial sites, windmill parks, power lines, etc.

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GY ENER

How can the project contribute to societal efforts to green energy production and climate change mittigation ?

CARBON SEQUESTRATION

GREEN ENERGY

Enhancing the edgelands along the infrastructure corridor with multifunctional green energy plantations enable sustainable energy production of balanced CO2 emissions. During the process of growth carbon is used for basic plant processes like photosyntesis, gradually build up in soil, roots, trunks, brunches and leaves. We can then decide if we want to burn it to obtain energy (energy in enlclosed loop of close to zero CO2 emissions) or sequester carbon exceeded in other sectors like transport. In that way we can adjust the strategy to the societal goals of climate change mittigation, which can respond according to the future govermental decisions.

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TRANSPORT


Developing the methodology for species selection

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Fagus sylvatica with Larix x hybrida Larix in 15-20 years rotation, Fagus in 80-100 years rotation( + 3 x thinnings) GREEN ENERGY PRODUCTION

LANDSCAPE EXPERIENCE M

scale openess / ROOF density / WALL

70-100

15-20

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harvest [ odt/ha * y-1]

100

energy produced [ Gj / ha]

structure / SURFACE 01

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rotation period [ years ]


Site character assesment, planting strategy maintenance , energy outputs PRINCIPLES OF MAINTENANCE

AVAILABLE AREA

edgelands recreation area forest

64 ha 56 ha 55 ha

ENERGY / CO2 SEQUESTRATION

110 x 15-20 YEARS

enclosed

landform> greenery

greenery >landform

long distance views

short distance views

static

dynamic

large scale

small scale

...

7870 GJ

HARVEST OF HELPING TREES AFTER 30 YEARS, FLEXIBLE FUTURE OPERATION

- new afforestation techniques with increased biomass, - help to structure thefuture development sites, - giving the flexible framwork for the future, - design goals are to be achieved by management. AVAILABLE AREA

edgelands recreation area forest PRODUCTIVE

0x 0 GJ

SOCIOLOGICAL

ECOLOGICAL

CO2

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open

30 -60 YEARS

-270 tC

GRADUAL EXCHANGE OF SCREEN PLANTING

5 ha 56 ha 55 ha

-70 tC

CO2


Green energy production & landscape experience

14 AGRICULTURE habitats continuity

FOREST biodiverse edges

WETLAND / AGRICULTURE cultural heritage landscapes


15 INFRASTRUCTURE navigation landmark

INDUSTRY / URBAN / RECREATION productive transformation

WETLAND / RECREATION water purification

URBAN / RECREATION community engagement


biomass production exploring potential

PRODUCTIVITY ALGAE MISCANTHUS

REEDS

C4 PERENNIALS

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WILLOW SRC C3 PERENNIALS POPULUS MRC DAIRY / POULTRY +MISCANTHUS / SPHAGNUM WASTELANDS

SWEET CHESTNUT COPPICE EXSISTING FOREST LONG ROTATION COPPICE RAPE SEED GRASSLANDS

RECREATION

MODIFIED WILLOW SRC

ECOLOGY

Planting strategy: project started with the detailed research on various biomass plantation types ( which later set up the ‘ basis’ for the Master thesis considerations). The focus of the research was put not only on the efficient energy production but also on the sociological and ecological aspects of these kind of plantings, making the considerations far more sustainable.

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Project : Energy Line UNESCO heritage area H+N+ S Location : Dutch Waterlinie Year : 2015 REEDS

MISCANTHUS

PRODUCTION:

visual impact can be compared to the corn way of mowing reeds can add to its recreational qualities working with urban structural axes?

production qualities

fields.

ECOLOGY:

PRODUCTION:

can be establish with very low cost from 6 to 12 odt/ha per low costs of delivered biomass costs from 35 to 60 €/odt

production qualities

C3 species (in particular “cool grasses”) temperate climate adapted

exotic- C4 “warm” perennial grass

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ECOLOGY:

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ECOLOGY:

production qualities

non-use value, comparing to current land-use there is no change in value for ‘‘other benefits’’

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non-use value, comparing to current land-use there is no change in value for ‘‘other benefits’’

seeds year

RECREATION:

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Reed can be feasible as multifunctional land use: bioenergy, water purification and retention. Reed may replace dairying on peat soils if suitable conditions.It have a positive effect on reduction of nutrients causing eutrophication of watersystem by mowing it. Generally speaking reed dominated societies are scarce in species (Ekstam 2007). They can offe nesting and lving environments for birds especially when they form mosaic structures together with damp meadows, sludge shores, bushes. It can be a goal to

TALL WHEATGRASS,PHALARIS ARUNDINACEA, VIRGINIA FANPETALS

grows to about 3 m/year as a perennial it also sequesters more carbon to the soil than most annual crops really low ashes and chloride in the biomass produce very high yields with little inputs like pesticides or fertilizer 10-12 odt/ha per year --> but in some parts of the world even 35 odt/ha.yr!!! high costs of delivered biomass 60-140 €/odt high costs required for planting operations (rhizomes) 2000 5000 € /ha water usage is similar comparable to woodlands.

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RECREATION:

TEMPERATE CLIMATE PERENNIALS

PRODUCTION:

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better inceneration and storage methdos need to be developed in order to make the material more cost efficient Reed has important by-prodtucts from the cultural heritage point of view. It was traditionally used as a building and roofing material, can be also used as a fodder plant, decking material for plant cultivation, fertilizer.

RECREATION: look eg. LOLA project

Under some conditions it is possible to burn straight vegetable oil (SVO) in a diesel engine without conversion to biodiesel. In this case some conversion of the engine and fuel line components is required, principally the addition of heaters to reduce the viscosity and modified injectors. SVO is more prone to polymerizing than biodiesel.

production qualities

RECREATION:

periodically attractive energy added visual values during spring period

ECOLOGY:

http://www.crops4energy.co.uk/short-rotation-coppice-src/

SPHAGNUM FARMING

AQUAPONICS

MICROALGAE, MACROALGAE (SEEWEEDS AND KELPS), POND AND LAKE WEEDS

ECOLOGY:

RECREATION:

production qualities

high recreational values

ECOLOGY:

ECOLOGY:

can be established on degraded land - in that wayit can help to avoid competing with food production for fertile lands LIHD mixtures needed no N fertilization because N fixation by legumes more than compensated for N exports in harvested biomass

can be established on degraded land - in that wayit can help to avoid competing with food production for fertile lands LIHD mixtures needed no N fertilization because N fixation by legumes more than compensated for N exports in harvested biomass

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RECREATION:

production qualities

high recreational values

production qualities

al gic olo es ec ualiti q

agroturistics?

‘Low-Input High-Diversity (LIHD)’ grassland biomass system needed far less inputs (fertilizers, water) and is far more environmentally benign than monocultures of corn; biofuel production system based on polycultures of multiple grass species that can be carbon-negative

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RECREATION:

PRODUCTION:

‘Low-Input High-Diversity (LIHD)’ grassland biomass system needed far less inputs (fertilizers, water) and is far more environmentally benign than monocultures of corn; biofuel production system based on polycultures of multiple grass species that can be carbon-negative

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Number of potential advantages over land based crops. As the water provides support for the structure of the plant they do not have the requirement to lay down structural material, such as lignin. They can also usually take in nutrients and carbon dioxide from the surrounding water and consequently may not need to develop roots. Many, therefore, can display very high photosynthetic efficiencies. As they do not require soil, they can be grown in areas unsuitable for conventional agriculture. Marine species also avoid conflict for freshwater resources as well as for land. However the very high water content of algae can make them an inconvenient form of biomass.They must either be used very close to production to avoid costly, inefficient transportation of water, or be dried, though active drying should be avoided owing to the significant energy cost involved. Passive drying is likely to be labour intensive.

landscapes

E C O L O G Y : Threatened By Genetically Modified Plants? reducing the diversity of cultivars found in cultivation could lead to problems such as higher susceptibility to widespread outbreaks of plant diseases and pests.

GRASSLANDS

PRODUCTION:

PRODUCTION:

production qualities

al gic olo es ec ualiti q

It may be tempting to plant at closer spacing, to get more in, but rather than getting more wood for more logs you will simply get the same amount of wood in weight but in the form of more, but thinner, stems. This is because at closer spacing there is not enough room for the individual willow stems to thicken up into a decent log size, so they are forced to grow longer and thinner.

RAPESEED FIELDS PRODUCTION:

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5 YEARS ROTATION

PRODUCTION: system to optimise willow log production The recommended spacing is 1m between plants and 1.5m between rows. (That is equivalent to 1.5 sq m per plant or 150 sq m per 100 plants)

production qualities

RECREATION: ‘‘time-lapse’’ parks where the dynamics can be observed not only in time but also in one space E C O L O G Y : Good conservation management encouraging biodiversity can reduce the reliance on pesticides. Biomass crops such as SRC willow show higher levels of biodiversity in comparison with intensive arable and grassland crops. Positive effects for butterflies, some invertebrates and most bird species

MODIFIED SRC (MODIFIED SHORT ROTATION

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-Harvested every three years – so poor initial cash flow ; - can be grown on marginal and reclaimed land although a reduction in yield should be expected in these circumstances; water usage is slightly higher than cereal crops: - harvesting takes place during the winter and therefore provides employ ment opportunities for agricultural workers at a quiet time of year: -Large storage area required – typically outside

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3 YEARS ROTATION

PRODUCTION:

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WILLOW, (POPULUS) SRC (SHORT ROTATION COPPICE)


design by management gardening of the Dutch landscape

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Planting strategy: the project aim to tell the rich cultural story of the Dutch landscape that had a great influence on how the area looks today. Tackling the issue of design by management, educational route explains how human influences the nature. Various types of plantings with diverse maintenance practices have result in different spatial appereances of the areas within single polder

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Project : Semestral project at Academy of Architecture Location : Amsterdam, Holland Year : 2015

WATER AS PRECONDITION

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trending / traditional water systems

rigidly in the past / freely towards the future

adapting historical to new conditions

creeks

2

stagnating water

3

labirynth looking for new possibilities3 step purification

creating biodiverse habitats water stagnation / flow

different creek profiles = different habitats


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TIME - LAPSE PARK

1832

1887

1798

narrating the history of the polder

COMMUNITY AGRINATURE

OLD

NEW

routing based on the history

symbolic landmarks

monoagriculture vs polyculture

wet/dry productive land

diverse forest belt


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Warszawianka Sport Venue human in relation to nature

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day / night

seasons

Planting strategy: working with daily, seasonal and yearly dynamics; reestablishing planting based on the interprtation of inherited language of the space; planning with design by management as aa long- term goal tool

yearly

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column trees

hedges

espalier double tree row

Phase 1: introduction of popular, yet low capital–intensive activities attracting large user groups (running tracks, picnic spaces). inspecting and unblocking water ducts where easily possible, cleaning up the lot from debris, managing overgrown greenery and planting arboreal walls, demounting destroyed original infrastructure, the stadium and tennis courts should working. Launching collaborative effort to create a self-sustainable light for the stadium pitch (reference: Pavegen Shell Football Pitch), in order to attract first large funding.

Phase 4: repairing/replacing/enhancing pedestrian connections, building all new car roads, adding new Ihnatowicz and Strynkiewicz pavilions, rebuilding score tower, revitalizing clock tower, building tennis courts on top of the underground hall, planting arboreal walls around the courts.

responsive retaining wall

potted plants

umbrella tree

climbers

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protected wildlife reserves + paths on the edges

Phase 2: enhancing water management system, mounting new hydraulic system, gray water, sewage, retention, electric, geothermal heating and digital infrastructure, temporary leisure and sport activities should be introduced in specifically chosen locations on the plateau, the stadium, fencing and tennis courts should keep on working, fencing hall to be destroyed to give place to retention pool and temporarily moved to a balloon-covered hall.

Phase 5: destroying Digilo hall and building the new one with parking and the grand stairs to the plateau level, building the bridge connecting the „boulevard� with the site of the sport hotel.

Inherited

Interpreted

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summer

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Phase 3: southern part of the tennis courts should be closed, new underground hall to be built, destroying tennis court pavilion and building Fangor pavilion instead, building underground link between that and the underground sport hall, building new road between Fangor pavilion and the underground hall, temporary sport and leisure activities to be maintained on the plateau and stadium.

Seasonal lighting / Shadows

winter


District Mayors office

Parking under the trees

bike parking

Piramide digital totem

bike parking

Boulevard Covered playscape

Plateau

Linear playscape

Strynkiewicz Pavilion

reconstructed abstract playgrounds

Mirador

rainwater puddles

Sołtan Pavilion Yoga plaza Gravity slide

Skate+Park

frost pocket

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Pumptrack

frost pocket

Drainage strips

Multiuse pitch Ihnatowicz Ramp-Pavilion Windy plaza

reflective wall

cascade

Hill for rolling

frost pocket

Fangor Pavilion

Tomaszewski retention pool

room hedges

Green chambers

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landscape first ! establishing habitats

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Planting strategy: developing species selection for various biotopes ( 12 different habitats - meadows, forests, swamps, edible gardens); Te criteria for species selection were both to increase biodiversity with mainly native species organized with complex systems but also sometimes to experiment also with ‘exotics’ in more controlable areas for supprising effects.

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Project : Landscape development prior to residentional area Location : Ringkøbing K, Denamrk Year : 2014


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Visualization of wet and dry meadow habitats


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Visualization of mature forest as a background for new settlements


Agrofood Park experimental plots for farming

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Planting strategy: research on various modules for agricultural research plots ( cereals, biomass cropes, berry garden). Developing the scheme for forest parking planting scheme - various spacing depending on the chosen species

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scale 1 :2000 scale 1 :200 GRAINS

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12

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1.0 barley

1.5 wheat

1.5 rye

MAIZE HEMP

MEDICINAL PLANTS 2.5

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maize

2.5 1.5

perennial and annual herbs grown in between short hedges

hemp 3.0 2.0

sunflower

MISCANTHUS

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10

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15

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VEGETABLES

3.50 2.00

Miscanthus, Sida hermaphrodita Polygonum sachalinense Phalaris arundinacea Phragmites australis

Root vegetables Leafy vegetables Turnip greens Legumes Bulb vegetables Cucurbits Perennial vegetables

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TRADITIONAL COPPICE FOREST BIOENERGY0 WILLOW ( SRC BIOENERGY POPLAR AND PIGS VINEYARD INTENSIVE ORCHARD TRADITIONAL ORCHARD NUT ORCHARD CONIFER TIMBER FOREST BROADLEAVES TIMBER FOREST

Betula pendula

Prunus avium

Alnus glutinosa

Acer pseudoplatanus

Fagus sylvatica

Pseudotsuga menziesii

Pinus sylvestris

Larix decidua

Juglans regia

Corylus avellana

Prunus domestica

Malus domestica

Pyrus pyraster

Malus sp.

Vitis sp.

Poplar trichocarpa OP42

Salix ‘ Inger’

Corylus avellana

Poplar trichocarpa OP42

Robinia pseudoacacia

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ny sø

ny sø

moser

vandhuller

road to Viborg test i halvvådt terræn

naturpleje af beskyttede arealer

NATUR ØKOLOGISK LANDMAND REWILDING PROJECT

ny sø

Koldkjær Bæk

test af græsser

GRÆSGANG opholdszone

ENG

hybrid-rajgræs

letbanestation alm. rajgræs nye græsblandinger

muligt byggefelt: test biogasanlæg

udsigt over naturområde

P Proteinholdige plantearter

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Eng-molen 5 min.

MACHINE TEST AREA autonomous robot systems

Udsigtstårn makerspace

test af resistens i vinterafgrøder

Lokalkantine

konference center restaurant koldkjær gård

Mark-stien 15 min.

TEST FIELDS

KOLDKÆR BÆK

start-ups: container town

THE MARKET gårdsalg fra lokale producenter

vårbyg

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værksteder

INNOVATION SQUARE

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drivhuse

Tulip cantina

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WATER PLAZA meeting pavillion

test af hegnstyper

super-lab

nye energiafgrøder til biogas

testfelter for nordisk hvede: darcke, bussard, dragon

THE LAWN

cykel- og gangbro

fremvisningsmarker café

infocenter

shops

bærbuske

grønt

walk & talk

restaurant

kydderurter & dufthave

meeting pavillion

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AGRO FOOD PARK CENTRAL PLAZA shops

gode læforhold

drivhuse bibliotek & læsesale

P

vindudsatte afgrøder

Hegns-stien 20 min. bælgplanter

THE STRIP

drivhuse

Cheap Cantina

P energirobinie 4 år

naturpleje af beskyttede arealer

Agro Food Park business center

Agro Food Park eatery Fælles kantine

administration

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agro expo

P

P

STUDY PLAZA super-lab

energipoplar 3 år

Skovturen 20 min.

Energy plants

arla shop

Århus Universitet

stævningsskov med standarder 7 år

DAIRY SQUARE

Arla cantina

dairy innovations lab energipoplar 10 / 15 år

Arla vingård

energipil 3 år

cykel- og gangbro

P Walk & talk

P tunnel under vejen

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drivhuse

PLANTATION højstammede bærmispel

Pig Forest

P

P

Juletræ plaza

Genvarianter af hjemmehørende løvtræer

pærer eg Grise-spot

æble

let

højstammede hvidtjørn

kirsebær

æbler hassel

mirabel

Fruits & nuts

Fruit picking

juletrær bøg kirsebær

valnød-

Grill spot

æbler

‘Common table’ picnic in open landscape

lærk

ædelgran

birk


Roskilde Festival area navigating planting

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Planting strategy: plant strategy from the beggining concepts to detail plantlists.Planting is aimed to help people to navigate themselves within the site use of different species, different structures, colours, spatial arrangements, giving the area new identity with the help of planting strategy. Usage of pioneer species enabling the easier recover after disturbance related to intensiveperiodical usage of festival area.

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Project : Navigation within the landscape Location : Roskilde, Denamrk Year : 2014


Rainforest structures, analyzing crucial conditions

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100- 80 %

80- 60 %

Planting strategy: Enviromental assesment for Hilson and Moran, Qatar - Enivironmants for Life. Scientific research on different rainforest types, variety of site conditions ( site specific humidities, temperatures, amplitudes, rain schemes) groups of species from canopy layer till forest floor.

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Project : Navigation within the landscape Location : Roskilde, Denamrk Year : 2014

1.Quercus robur â&#x20AC;&#x2122;Taastrupâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;, Stilke-Eg

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2.Fraxinus pennsylvanica â&#x20AC;&#x2122;Zundertâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;, Rødask

3.Acer campestre, Navr

4.Robinia pseudoacacia â&#x20AC;&#x2122;Nyirsegiâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;, Robinie

5.Salix alba â&#x20AC;&#x2122;Sericeaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;, Sølvpil

6.Populus trichocarpa â&#x20AC;&#x2122;OP42â&#x20AC;&#x2122;, Vestamerikansk Balsampoppel

Plantegrid: 1,8 m(dybde) x 2,5m(bredde)

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7.Prunus maackii â&#x20AC;&#x2122;Amber Beautyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;, Manchurisk kirsebĂŚr

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BEPLANTNING - DEN GYLDNE BAZAR

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En oplevelse at passere og en gade med plads til langsgüende boder. Gaden adskiller sig med sin gyldne trÌsamling, ved trÌets bark, løv, blomster og bÌr der variere i gule nuancer gennem sÌsonen. - en unik signatur som binder omrüdet sammen pü langs.

Quercus robur â&#x20AC;&#x2122;Taastrupâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;, Fraxinus pennsylvanica â&#x20AC;&#x2122;Zundertâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;

Acer campestre, Robinia pseudoacacia â&#x20AC;&#x2122;Nyirsegiâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Prunus maackii â&#x20AC;&#x2122;Amber Beautyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;

Salix alba â&#x20AC;&#x2122;Sericeaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Populus trichocarpa â&#x20AC;&#x2122;OP42â&#x20AC;&#x2122;

HĂ&#x2DC;JSTAMMEDE TRĂ&#x2020;ER Gade- og vejtrĂŚer betegner den del af trĂŚsortimentet, der har en vĂŚkstform og vĂŚkstkraft, der muliggør løbende opstamning til 4,5 m. Højstammede trĂŚer har en jĂŚvnt afsmalnende stamme, der er ret i hele sin højde med tydeligt markeret topskud. Der plantes i plantekvalitet â&#x20AC;?Højstammede gadeog vejtrĂŚerâ&#x20AC;? som (kilde: Kvalitetsstandard for planteskoletrĂŚer, PartnerLandskab 2013, www. PartnerLandskab.dk)

ETABLERINGSMILJĂ&#x2DC; Plantningerne hegnes i etableringsfasen med et permanent hegn (som Ishøj-hegn). Der anvendes permanent hegning pĂĽ grund af omrĂĽdets intensive brug, selvom det er en midlertidig foranstaltning. Indenfor hegnet udsĂĽs i etableringsfasen kvĂŚlstofbindende planter, som ĂŠn stor fodpose. Underplantningens karakter afstemmes den enkelte plantning og udsĂĽningstidspunkt.


UNDERSTORY

Abutilon x hybridum

Acalypha hispida

Acalypha wilkesiana

Aechmea chantinii

Aglaia odorata

Allamanda ‘Cherries Jubilee’

requires consistently moist soils

originated in Oceania; prefers average (25% - 49%) moisture

grows naturally in Vanuatu and Pacific Islands; moist, but fast-draining soil

native to the Amazon Rainforest requires consistently moist soil

found in Cambodia, China, Indonesia, easily grown in medium moisture

native to South America easily grown in medium moisture

Alloxylon flammeum

Alocasia macrorrhiza

Alocasia odora

Alpinia purpurata

Alpinia zerumbet ‘Variegata’

Aphelandra sinclairiana

found in the Queensland tropical rain forests, medium drought tolerance

native to rainforest from Malaysia to Queensland,needs continual humidity

native to East and Southeast Asia relative humidity. 60%

native Malaysian plant require moderate to high humidity

native to East Asia, must have bright light and humid conditions

native to Central America; require high humidity

Arenga hookeriana

Artocarpus altilis

Bauhinia galpinii

Bauhinia kockiana

Bauhinia tomentosa

Bixa orellana

found in Thailand Peninsula, North Malaysia Peninsula; understory palm need shady and moist spot

growing throughout Southeast Asia, South India and most Pacific Ocean islands, need lots of water, high humidity

endemic to parts of Eastern and Southern Africa, prefers soil moisture, but is partially drought tolerant

native Malaysian plant , medium drought tolerance

native to East Asia, needs well-drained soil

originating from the tropical region of the Americas, requires 55 ± 5 % of relative humidity

Flowering Maple

Chenille Plant

Copperleaf

Amazonian Zebra Plant

Chinese Perfume Plant

Cherries Jubilee Allamanda

38 Queensland Tree

Alexander palm

Giant Elephant Eat

Breadfruit

Night-scented Lily

Red Orchid Bush

Red Ginger

Red Trailing Bauhinia

Variegated Ginger

Yellow Bauhinia

Panama Queen

Achiote


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RAINFOREST TYPES


Kurdistan endangered biodiversity native species research

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Planting strategy: studies on Kurdish landscape characteristic species. Developing strategy for the landscape surrounding and covering rooftops of Kurdish Council of Ministers. Stretegy aims to enhance biodiversity of the area, implementic native species thats are to spread to the surrounding landscape

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Project : Kurdistan Council of Ministers building Location : Kurdistan Year : 2014

Hippocrepis unisiliquosa

Astragalus spinosus

Cardaria draba

Glycyrrhiza glabra

Nigella sativa

Urospermum dalechampii

Thlaspi arvense

Eryngium planum

Salvia aethiopis

Sporobolus arabicus

Stipa sp.

Digitaria sanguinalis

Setaria pumila

Poa bulbosa

Trifolium resupinatum

Centaurea regia

Silybum marianum

Matricaria recutita

Papaver fugax

Imperata cylindrica

Galium verum

Dactylis glomerata

Triticum spp.

Hordeum vulgare

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Glycyrrhiza-glabra

DIVERSITY OF THE ECOSYSTEM

nitrogen fixing species are to improve the site conditions, native seeds are to spred into surroundings.


Naturalis Biodiversity Garden species organized according to evolution

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Planting strategy: various species organized according to the evolution array; hedges organizing and structuring the site , species selection and masterplan for over 400 different species.

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garden architecture

open spaces

tall structures

hot spots

routing

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hierarchy of paths

Berberis thunbergii

Pyracantha coccinea

Cotoneaster lucidus

Ligustrum vulgare

Aronia prunifolia

Euonymus japonicus

Prunus laurocerasus

Arcer campestre

Carpinus betulus

Tilia cordata

Rooftop plan with over 400 species selection

Corylus maxima

Ribes alpinum


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EVOLUTION STUDIES AS A BASIS FOR SPECIES ORGANIZATION

linear structure of planting

hedges with species in evolution order

pergola with climbers n evolution order


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Detailing technical rooftop drawings

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Planting strategy: species selection on the detailed scale, technical drawings of plantings in AutoCad software- both plans and sections, additional tables, species lists. Remarks on the management and maintenance. Research on the plant processes like phytoremediation, with basic understanding of biological and chemical processes.

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Work methods overview

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basic research conceptual research experimental research sketching species collages landscape models abstract collages masterplans realistic visualizations sections technical details consultations workshops presentations

Planting strategies on variety of scales


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TAK ! Natalia Kowalska tel. +45 318 65 318 , n.kowalska90@gmail.com


Planting strategies by Landscape Architect