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LANDSCAPE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO PORTFOLIO

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CONTENTS #1 AMAZON WAREHOUSE

#2 TRANSITIONAL EDGES

#3 POCKET PARK

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#4 HOLLANDER DESIGN

#5 INDUSTRIAL ORDER

#6 BRONXVILLE CAMPUS

#7 CHINATOWN LINES

#8 AEOLIAN DRIFT


AMAZON: LAND S C A P I N G W A R E H O U S E The current Amazon warehouse site is an important site for the purpose of ecological function as well as commercial. The site is a historical wetland that served to many wildlife and plant life. The goal of this design is to integrate the various spectrum of ecology in the theme of Amazon. At one side

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of the design, the workers walk through the “Amazon” to the other side, the Amazon Fulfillment Center. The Amazon walkway is perceived through exaggerating existing wetland and woodland contours to diversify plant life and mitigate stormwater. This is done so in the hopes of creating biodiversity, integrating polar-opposite design concepts/notions of “warehouses being located in barrenlands or hardscapes” and “nonhuman biodiversity are only achieved through no human contact in a space”. Therefore a walkway that connects the site from the freight rails to the warehouse via the boardwalk that mimics parts of the contour and letting the ground be connected for greater ecological impact is the life in the Amazon.

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1974 wetland map Intertidal Marsh High Marsh/ Salt Marsh Formerly connected Tidal Marsh High Marsh/ Salt Meadow

NY Container Terminal

Intertidal Marsh

2017 wetland map E2EM1Pd - ESTUARINE INTERTIDAL EMERGENT Persistent Irregularly Flooded Partially Drained/Ditched PEM5Fh - PALUSTRINE EMERGENT Phragmites australis Water Regime Semipermanently Flooded SPECIAL MODIFIER Diked/Impounded E2EM1Nh - ESTUARINE INTERTIDAL EMERGENT Subclass Persistent SPECIAL MODIFIER Diked/Impounded PFO1S - PALUSTRINE FORESTED Subclass Broad-Leaved Deciduous Water Regime Temporary Flooded-Tidal

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freight rail station

boardwalk connecting the site

Amazon Warehouse

A1 - A2: freight rail to the Amazon Warehouse

Bloomfield Ave.

Loading Dock

B1 - B2: Bloomfield Ave. to 5th Ave.

Amazon Warehouse


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Conceptual design models: here the site is broken up in the models


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Conceptual design Site B

Conceptual design Site A

Proposed design model


TRANSITIONAL E D G E S The only way to move through typical suburbs (typology: Levittown) is with cars, more specifically privately-owned cars. The biggest/widest roadways in these ‘burbs are along the commercial corridor. Rather the presence of commercial land-use enables greater travel through these routes or vice versa. Making these the roads most traveled, experienced and impacted by concretization. In essence losing out on the edge experience of the route that is visually and experientially meant to differentiate itself from the urban. METROLAND (1910): IDEALIZATION OF COUNTRYSIDE

GREATER NY (2019): IDEALIZATION OF SPACE AND FREEDOM OF ROAD

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PLEACHING TRELLISED

CONCEPT STUDIES Study of modular structures that are infrustructural as in they mimic the existing industrial-utilitarian edge conditions while adding the pastoral element of traveling through the ‘burbs.

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ANALYSIS OF INTENT Dissecting marketing ads to understand what is the portrayed image of suburbia and what does the portrayal imply.

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PRACTICING INDIVIDUAL MODERNISM Backyards of single family housing are key places where modernism (highly programmatic) mixes with nostalgia and rural romance.

LITY/JUXTAPOSE ambition in suburbia is control. They like the idea of lush-green but the desire of policing space/ control

ti-�urban� sentiment), domesticity turns it into rigid system and moves away from the carefree/relaxed/

plicity of the suburb.

s project looks to create transitional spaces that has opportunity for refuge/hidden places contrasting to the

king lot and lawn (openness) of suburb.


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as a way to enclose and soften the edges


Paley Park R e d e s i g n The Paley Park Redesign is an attempt to rethink the iconic design from the environmental and functional standpoint. It is also an attempt at incorporating such conditions into creating a space that thrives year around. Here astilbes is the main focus for summer and helleborus is for winter. The garden beds are sloped to give space for diverse plant palette; also to create wave of plants through out. The ornamental plants are mixed with ligularias, tiarellas and carexes to give greater definition to their bloom and also to create a cohesive scene. Ginkgo is used as street tree towards the entrance of the plaza. Sumac and sea myrtle are the only two shrubs that looms over the perennials, evergreens, and sedges. The ginkgo turns yellow in fall as does sumac for awhile then transitions into orangish-red. The sea myrtle is semi-evergreen with white fall flowers that stays strong throughout most of winter.

PL A N T S P E C I E S

Baccharis Halimifolia

Carex Eburnea Carex Pensylvanica Carex Elata ‘Aurea’

Ginkgo

LIGULARIA

Staghorn Sumac

CAREX

ASTILBE

Ligularia Britt

arendsii Fanal

Ligularia Rocket

Straussenfeder Color Flash Lime

HELLEBORUS Wedding Blue diamond

Verscarmine Chinesis ‘VIsions’ Professor Van der Wielen

Sparkling Diamond

Cappuccino

‘Onyx Oddyssey’

Snowdrift


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HERBACEOUS PERENNIAL

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1.25 to 1.75

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Astilbe ‘Snowdrift’

1.5 to 2

1.00 to 1.50

July

Astilbe chinensis ‘Visions’

1 to 1.5

1.00 to 1.50

July to August

Astilbe ‘Professor Van der Wielen’

2.5 to 4

1.50 to 3.00

July to August

Astilbe Cappuccino

2.5 to 4

1.5 to 2

May to July

Astilbe Color Flash Lime

1.5 to 2

1.5 to 2

July

Astilbe × arendsii ‘Fanal’

1 to 1.5

1 to 1.5

July

Astilbe ‘Straussenfeder’ OSTRICH PLUME

2 to 3

1 to 2

June to July

Helleborus Wedding Party First Dance

1.5 to 2

1 to 2

March to April

Helleborus x hybridus ‘Blue Diamond’

0.75 to 1

1 to 1.25

January to March

Helleborus x hybridus ‘SparklingDiamond

1 to 1.5

1 to 2

April

Helleborus ‘Onyx Oddyssey’

0.75 to 1

1 to 2

March to April

Ligularia ‘The Rocket’

3 to 5

2.0 to 2.5

June to July

Ligularia ‘Britt Marie Crawford’

2 to 3

1 to 1.5

May

Carex Plantaginea

0.8 to .09

0.8 to .09

April

Carex ‘Silver Sceptre’

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May

Carex flacca ‘Blue Zinger’

0.75 to 1.50

0.75 to 1.50

July to August

Rhus Typhina

15.0 to 25.0

15.0 to 25.0

June to July

Baccharis Halimifolia

6.0 to 12.0

6.0 to 12.0

Ginkgo Biloba ‘Magyar’

50.0 to 80.0

50.0 to 80.0

August to October April


BLOOM DESCRIPTION

LEAVES

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Dark pink

Green

Flower structure

White

Green

Fall foliage

Pink

Green

Flower structure

White

Deep Green

Fall foliage

White

Dark Bronze

Fall foliage

Light pink narrow plumes

Lime Green

Reddish Purple

Deep red

Glossy Deep Green

Glossy Brown Red

Pink

Deep Green

Fall foliage

Pale yellow with pink borders

Variegated blue

Winter blooming evergreen

Grayish green

Winter blooming evergreen

White/pink to rose-purple with yellow stamen

Grayish green

Winter blooming evergreen

Maroon red

Deep Green

Winter blooming evergreen

Lemon yellow

Green

Flower structure

Yellow

Purple

Fall foliage

Reddish brown

Wide stem green

Evergreen

Greenish-brown

Silvery green

Evergreen

Greenish-white

Bluish green

Evergreen

Greenish yellow then Dark red horn

Compound leaves

Yellow

White

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Fall blooming

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200 PARK AVE. SOUTH SUITE 1200 NEW YORK, NY 10003 T. (212) 473-0620

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TREE PLANTING PLAN - LVL02, EAST

SEAL & SIGNATURE:

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PERENNIAL, GRASSES, GROUNDCOVER PLANTING PLAN - LVL02, EAST SCALE : 3/16" = 1'-0"

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DATE: DECEMBER 1, 2017 PROJECT #: SCALE:

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11 Hoyt level 2 “11 Hoyt’s private park covers nearly 27,000 square feet. It offers areas for exercise and sun deck, an active lawn, a hot tub, and a butterfly-themed playground inspired by the migrating monarchs drawn to 11 Hoyt’s flower gardens—and zones for relaxation and contemplation, including a quiet lawn and a wooded forest walk. There’s also an inviting outdoor lounge and private dining areas with barbeques.” For the project, I worked on the plan, 3d-modeling and 3-d rendering. I was also involved in the documentation of the planting schedule.


3D MODELING AND RENDERING

PLAN

RENDERED VIEWS


299 PARK AVE PL A Z A : SEASONAL PLANTI N G Each rotation is made up

ROTATION CYCLE 2

of various plants with seasonal interest. At the end of their cycle at the plaza, they are donated to the New York Restoration Project which then is distributed further across the boroughs’ community garden, space and parks.

RE-DISTRIBUTION AT THE END OF ROTATION CYCLE


SEASONAL ROTATION CYCLE


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NEO-NOIR L.A. Hollywood may be the biggest sign in Los Angeles, industrial and manufacturing is L.A.’s one of the biggest industry. with two major ports in Southern L.A. The continual growth of the art and manufacturing industry, this sector just keep booming. These spaces with harsh land-use have a life and scale of their own that is only seen in the cinematic expression of neo-noir films. The structural grandiosity of the manufacturing zone mixed with the vastness of empty paved land that is only traveled by freight trucks is a L.A. scene that is unexplored. That is why this project proposes for preserving and exploring of the industrial sector of Los Angeles.

LIGHT INDUSTRIAL LIGHT MANUFACTURING GENERAL INDUSTRIAL HEAVY INDUSTRIAL HEAVY MANUFACTURING AVERAGE ANNUAL EARNING 2014 Wholesale trade Transpiration & Warehousing

$55,908 $55,904

PROJECTED NEW JOB CREATION 2014-2019 Wholesale trade

EMPLOYEE COMPENSATION BY INDUSTRY 2014

Durable good 2,280

Wholesale trade

$18,437

Nondurable goods 3,040

Transportation & Warehousing

$10,713.4

Electronic Markets 3,280


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RATTLESNAKE PARK SEP 28 FRI, 2:34 PM

CLIMATE ANALYSIS The Macro climate looks at the sun aspect, wind direction and speed of industrial and manufacturing areas in the Los Angeles area. Using points of stops along the Los Angeles River, five places are chosen. This is indicated with blue square on the macro-climate map. These are used as points to analyze the micro-climate conditions: sun direction, temperature range through day to month, humidity and precipitation conditions.

FLOW DIRECTION

HOLLYDALE PARK SEP 28 FRI, 4:45 PM

COMPTON CREEK SEP 28 FRI, 6:10 PM

ASPECT IN MANUFACTURING ZONE (OUTLINED)

ASPECT IN INDUSTRIAL ZONE (NON-OUTLINED)

IMAGE LOCATION

DOMINGUEZ WETLAND SEP 30 SUN, 9:54 AM

WILMINGTON SEP 28 FRI, 6:29 PM

1-FEET CONTOUR 5-FEET CONTOUR

24 JAN HRS 12 HRS 0 HRS

HOURS OF DAYLIGHT

DEC

WEATHER STATION LOCATIO WIND DIRECTION + SPEED: JANUARY (MID-WINTER) JULY (MID-SUMMER) ANNUAL FLAT

EAST

SOUTHWEST

NORTH

SOUTHEAST

WEST

NORTHEAST

SOUTH

NORTHWEST


ON :

12 AM JAN

DEC

JAN COMFORTABLE HOT WARM

LOCATION

ASPECT

12 PM AVERAGE HOURLY TEMP

HUMID COOL COLD RAIN MUGGY

DEC 100%

CHANCE OF PRECIPITATION + HUMIDITY 0%

100%

12 AM COMFORTABLE WARM HUMID COOL COLD RAIN MUGGY

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12 AM COMFORTABLE WARM HUMID COOL COLD RAIN MUGGY

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100% COMFORTABLE WARM HUMID COOL COLD RAIN MUGGY

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AVERAGE TEMPERATURE HOT 85°- 95° WARM 75°- 85° COMFORTABLE 65°- 75° COOL 55°65° COLD 45°- 55°

0%

HUMIDITY COMFORT LEVELS MUGGY 65°- 70° HUMID 60°- 65° COMFORTABLE 55°- 60°

OBSERVATION: SITUATED FURTHER INLAND IN BETWEEN HILLS/MOUNTAINS THAT TRAP THE HEAT AND CREATE WIND TUNNEL FROM NORTHWEST AND SOUTHEAST . OBSERVATION: A CONCRETIZED OPEN SPACE WITH HOLLYDALE PARK ON ONE AND WAREHOUSES ON THE OTHER, LEAVING IT EXPOSED TO HIGH SUN AND HUMIDITY.

OBSERVATION: LOCATED IN THE COMPTON INDUSTRIAL AREA WITH COMPARATIVELY LOW HUMIDITY RATE, AVERAGE TEMPERATURE AND CHANCE OF RAIN WITH SUNSET VIEW.

OBSERVATION: ANOTHER OPEN AREA WITH A WETLAND PARK WITH ONE AND INDUSTRIES ON THE OTHER SIDE . IT HAS LOW HUMIDITY AND HIGH SUMMER WIND FROM WEST AND SOUTH.

OBSERVATION: IN THE MIDST OF INDUSTRIAL AND PORT AREA, WITH STRONG WESTERLY AND SOUTHERLY WIND, HIGH SUMMER HUMIDITY AND LONGER AND COLDER WINTERS.


REFLECTING THE WEATHER

Kinetic surface as a reflection the micro-climate of the sites across Los Angeles is a way to engage and anima ENGAGEMENT: MORE THAN 5 PEOPLE ENGAGEMENT: 1-2 PEOPLE LOW MAINTENANCE LOW COST STATIC INTERACTIVE MANUAL SOLAR-POWERED WIND-ACTIVATED

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LATTICE SCREEN


mate the existing structures.

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WIND TURBINE WITH METAL PLATE ON WIRE

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STEEL-RECYC STEEL INDUS FABRICATING AIRPORT

WALL SOLAR PANELS

METAL PLATE ON WIRE

LATTICE SCREEN

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AEROSPACE INDUSTRY

CLING CENTER STRY (MANUFACTURING, G & DISTRIBUTION) PORT RAILROAD

ERACTIVE DOW PANEL

SE ASIA & OCEANIA EAST ASIA REST OF THE AMERICAS AFRICA EUROPE SOUTHWEST & CENTRAL ASIA METALLIC ORE IMPORT IN 2016 THROUGH THE L.A. PORT CANADA AFRICA MEXICO REST OF THE AMERICAS SE ASIA & OCEANIA EUROPE SOUTHWEST & CENTRAL ASIA EAST ASIA BASE METAL IMPORT IN 2016 THROUGH THE L.A. PORT

The LA County map showcases the current steel recycling center overlayed with steel manufacturing, distribution and steel-dependent industries. Using this steel and already existing industrial and manufacturing labor force to produce micro-climate reactive surfaces as a way to reanimate the river starting from the edge of the riverbed. Because the river is so inaccessible and big part of the relationship of the Angelenos relationship with the river is the drive along it, this will indicate the presence of the river and the conditions around it.


Opportunity is everywhere: the community that lives adjacent to the industrial sector are highly depended on each other. Gentrification, high property price and demand is a constant threat to this sector and identity of the place. Utilizing this co-dependency creates new value and preserves the identity of the place.

2015 TECH INDUSTRY HIGHWAY RAIL 2010 HOME-OWNERSHIP 80% OWNER MIXED 80% RENTER JOB GROWTH 1.1% - 3% -0.9% - 1% -2.9% - -1% POPULATION DENSITY HIGHEST VERY HIGH HIGH LOW VERY LOW LOWEST 2010 HOME-OWNERSHIP 80% OWNER MIXED 80% RENTER JOB GROWTH 1.1% - 3% -0.9% - 1% -2.9% - -1%


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SURFACE AS SIGNAGE and energy production through the industrial zone to further reflect the existing use of the area. This engages the travelers either up-close on foot or experience movement and reflection through car to be part of the micro climate of their immediate environment. While making energy, it is also becomes a reflection of landscape, changing with season, weather, other phenomenon such as El Nino.

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CONCORDIA CO L L E G E M A S T E R P L A N Concordia College of Bronxville is a 33-acres of suburban campus, located in Westchester County, New York. The Academic Center is reminiscent of the village green campus-style which is a product of its era. Such style is significant to the identity of the campus. The surrounding of the academic center is also a reflections of the campus expansion’s time period. With its current growing student population and funding, the school has started to invest in future planning. With that in mind, there are couple objectives they are to be pursued in a solidification of the Concordia campus identity: • Maintain the theme of the village green campus through out • Create a link between the west and east campus • Create a park space for the students and the adjacent community • Create better stormwater management system on site.


Vehicular circulation

Parking

Major pedestrian route

Minor pedestrian route

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Tuckahoe

Bronxville


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LAND USE Vacant Properties Commercial & Retail Manufacturing, industrial, Warehouse Office & Research Mixed Use Institution & Public Assembly Resident Common Land Cemeteries Public Parks & Parkway Lands Private Recreation Waterbody Transit, Communication & Utilities TRANSIT

Land-use and transit analysis in Bronxville, NY

Walking Route Bus Route Metro North Route Bus Stop Metro North Stop

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Existing student-resident hall

Additional student-resident hall

Screened-off parking lot

Rose Ave.

Concordia Conservatory

New gymnasium


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New gymnasium Sunken plaza

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CONDITIONS 90% Percentile Storm =1.5� in 24 hour Soil Type C Infiltration Rate 3/4� Per Hour (max.) Allowable Exposed Surface Standing Water >2 days Aggregate Media Water Storage Capacity 33% Planting Media (includes greenroof media) 25% Catchment Greenroof Pond Water Direction

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Stormwater Management Strategies


Alternative plans

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Chinatown Li n e s : s i d e w a l k a n a l y s is Since the immigration reform of 1960, migration from China has exploded. Today, 35% of the total ethnic Chinese are born in the US, where as 40% of the population arrived here after 2000. Majority of the population are from Mainland China (Mandarinspeaking), unlike the previous wave of immigrants who were from Hong Kong, Taiwan, Guangdong, etc (Cantonese-speaking). A lot of these are unskilled labor & agricultural workers. Here, many work in Chinese restaurants & garment sectors. “Chinatown” refers to the concentration of population of Chinese-origin in a foreign landscape. In recent years, this concentration of population has expanded beyond Manhattan (Canal St) to Queens & Brooklyn (8th Ave), while creating various social groups within the community. This project is a look at the integration of urban landscape and its population through the goal of stormwater management. The goal of the stormwater management is thought through the Park’s enforcement of bioswales. This project looks at the different conditions in using bioswales and using native and immigrant plant species to mimic its urban conditions.


Site analysis: Chinatown in Sunset Park & Manhattan.


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Research: drawing hydrological lines through satellite Chinatowns. In many instances, immigrant services are the first responders in a community of need. During Hurricane Sandy, CAAV first came out with food & water to distribute in Manhattan Chinatown.

Off15’ Sidewalk

Proposed Plan through Matrix Analysis: sidewalk condition is analyzed through each individual characteristics and design input is offered via NYC DOT and other major cities’ street conditions.

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Off18’

Catch Basin in Manhattan Chinatown

OffTriangle Traffic Island

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Narrowend Median

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Catch Basin in Sunset Park

Of Immigrant services in Sunset Park

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Hydrant

Parking

High Traffic

Low Traffic

Intersection

Pedestrian

Subway

Bus Stop

Store Front

Street Vendor

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Bump-out

corner

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Commuter

-set

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corner

Bump-out

Bump-out

Commuter

Barrier

Tuck-in

-set

Bump-out

corner

Bump-out

Linear

Commuter

Barrier

Tuck-in

Island Garden

Island Garden

Wide Curtain

Wide Curtain

Median Planter Median Planter

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Bump-out

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Corner

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Commuter

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Commuter

Corner

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Commuter

Corner

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Plants that are native to the US East Asia to mimic agriculture fi

Red rails as a sign of entrance i Chinatown from Manhattan Bridge

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oswales that mimics the agricultural field (using East Asian and American grasses to reflect on the demography on these contained with decorated fences to reflect on the areas’ inhabitants’ culture, diaspora, and the new land.


FALL 2016: Ae o l i a n D r i f t The studio I is about the geologic process aeolian drift. It starts with clay to create landscape and the effect of aeolian drift on that landscape. The preliminary research looks at the dune formations, its evolution, and the material effect of such process. Then a key aspect of that process is abstracted into physical models. That process is further translated into the landscape. The clay is flatted and formed to mimic fold of fabric and waves. The scored textures are to reveal erosion. These gestures are carried into the realization of the final design. The scattered planters with built-in seating are bordered on on side with walls and softened with white and pink grasses for hierarchy and contrast. The mounding and the winding path are to shorten sight and create an illusion of an expansive space.


Clay model

Process Abstraction: wind directions submerging into each other

Study Model of Aeolian Process

Final Site: combination of a portion of the clay model with process abstraction


Proposed design scheme is reflected on the meandering quality of the site. It is further amplified via the path, plant texture, seating, and the overall experiential quality of the design.


nusrat alam Masters of Landscpae Architecture . 2019 Spitzer School of Architecture . CCNY

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