URBAN DESIGN X PORTFOLIO
Scott Raydon Heywood. Urban Design Masters Student. University of Adelaide 2015 - 2016.
PHILOSOPHY As urban designers, we must understand the dynamic structures of todayâ€™s cities; challenge dogma to respond to peopleâ€™s needs and the environmental challenges cities globally are currently facing. I believe directly engaging with the public is essential to delivering responsive projects that relate to the unique requirements of different communities and spaces. My educational background that combines the arts and sciences have given me an understanding of the technical and social aspects of urban design, and I am looking to rethink urbanity within a forward thinking collaborative design practice. SCOTT HEYWOOD
01.08.1990. 0401 831 284. email@example.com.
BACKGROUND IT SKILLS
InDesign Google Sketchup Photoshop MS Office Illustrator AutoCAD Revit Architecture Rhino Architects without Frontiers Design Environment History Art 2004- 2008: Urrbrae Agricultural Highschool 8-12 2012 - 2014: Adelaide university Bachelor of Architectural Design 2015 - 2016: Adelaide University Masters of Urban Design in the process of completion
STUDIO LANDSCAPES OF TRANSITION
BRINGING LIFE TO THE CITY
AWARNESS IN THE CITY
ADELAIDE FUTURE INFILL
[ URBAN DESIGN STUDIO ]
[ LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE ] [ LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE ] [ URBAN DESIGN STUDIO ]
[ LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE ]
THE VIRIDIS PROJECT Landscapes of transition Third Year Studio [Adelaide University Urban Design Project] 2014
The Viridis Project educates inhabitants and visitors through the Bowden area. While creating places of refuge and play along the green networks, the project also mediates the effects of hardscape climate issues. The proposed green corridors connect existing parks and green spaces in the area making the site a network
of safe and accessible parks. The network will also create large permeable areas for water management and provide an alternative water supply for the inhabitants of the area. The project incorporates W.S.U.D, green walls/ roofs aiding in climate control, water management, and the environment.
Vision Representation of the viridis project. A future green focus suburb in the inner-north suburbs of Adeleaide.
Section Displayâ€™s use of water sensitive design with bioswales and permiable services for community sustainability.
Elevation View of mixed permiable and non permiable surfaces where gardens and roofs are one
Plan callout Shows the implimentation of green design on roofs, parks and roadways.
WIGANGA BADU WETLAND Bringing life to the city Second Year Studio [Adelaide University Landscape Architecture Project] 2013
The Winganga Badu Wetland creates both, a destination and sanctuary for wildlife and people. This project connects inner suburbs to the city through walkways, educational facilities, and water catchment systems. The wetland proposes to activate an area within
the north parklands adjacent to the River Torrens to treat and manage Adelaideâ€™s underused runoff water. This project will encourage awareness for the environment and provide alternative uses of water and space within the parklands.
Vision Showing the treatment and use of run off within the parkland.
Sections - Showing depth and how changes will effect the landscape
Bunuru Diagramatic seasonal changes - 6
Djeran Aboriginal Seasons
Exloded diagramatic plan
A WALK OUT OF DARKNESS Awareness in the city - Mental Illness Fourth Year Studio [Adelaide University Landscape Architecture Project] 2015
A Walk Out Of Darkness is a project that uses minimal intervention with precinct integration that breaths fresh life into the cityâ€™s south, fusing together pleasure, business, and living. The walk out of darkness trail is the missing link between the city and inner southern suburbs, joining two essential components of our great city; suburbia and city life. The project sits within an area of the South Parklands and connects South Terrace and Greenhill Road while also shouldering Peacock road. The precinct provides a high-quality public
amenity for all and is a gentle reminder of the prevalence of mental illness with its subtle undertones. This trail helps the community to see, understand and acknowledge the stigma and issues associated with mental illness through the seven stages of the trail. The modern design integrates easily within the South Parklands and compliments its surroundings with a smart material pallet while also capturing and enhancing the qualities of the surrounding vegetation and wildlife.
Stage 1 - E Boadwalk r Stage 3 Design Location
Stage 4 Stage 5 Stage 6 Stage 7
Using the thought process for design
Stage 5 Addressin unhealthy
Entrance represents your life Stage 2 - Life Event Bonbardment of thoughts
Viewing thoughts ng thoughts & understanding that they are
Stage 3 - Thoughts Allowing negative thoughts to take over
Stage 4 - Lost Loss of wellbeing from negative thoughts and mindset
Stage 7 - Life Finding a method to dealing with mental illness and using it in everyday life
Stage 6 - Nurturing Acknowleding negative thoughts but focusing on the possitive Stage 6
PORT ADELAIDE ALIVE Adelaide Future Infill FIth Year Elective [Adelaide University Landscape Architecture] 2015
This project is a possible proposal for the Port Adelaide City; its inhabitants and greater Adelaide. The planning proposal offers potential for increased tourism revenue, reactivation of Port Adelaide and a new healthy and enjoyable place to live, work, play while also providing a healthy culture hub for South Australia. The proposal achieves this by possible rezoning and increasing public transport, infrastructure, public spaces while also increasing the number of residents, potential tourists, and commercial revenue, making Port Adelaide an attractive destination by injecting money into local businesses and creating incentives for new development and business opportunities.
Activation of port adeliade warehouse ditrict with mutli-purpose buildings and communal gardens.
CURRENT BIKE / WALKWAY CURRENT BIKE / WALKWAY
FUTURE BIKE / WALKWAY
FUTURE BIKE / WALKWAY FUTURE ACTIVE PARKS
FUTURE ACTIVE PARKS
Activation of Port Adeliade main strip, repurposed herritage buildings with green focused design .
Hartâ€™s Mill Markets/ Mixed Use
Warehouse Commercial / studio Precinct
Waterfront Mixed Use medium density
Habour Station St Vincent Market Mill
Pt Adelaide West Semaphore Station
Pt Adelaide West Station
Commercial Mixed use Medium / High density
Pt Adelaide Central
New Tram Line
New Tram Line
High Speed Train Line Light Rail Line
High Speed Train Line Stations
Light Rail Line Stations
New Train Line
Master plan with circulation diagrams.
Visions for Port Adelaide
EMBRACE URBAN CHANNELS Metro Edge - Design in progress Fith Year Studio [Adelaide University Landscape Architecture Project] 2016
The underutilized Mile End site will reinvigorate the Inner West. Blending the industrial architectural heritage of Adelaideâ€™s past and the south parklands. The site embraces its flooding ability and aids with water catchment for Brownhill and Keswick Creeks. The project also encapsulates five key elements; connecting the site with greater Adelaide through transport and water management, creating a vibrant destination for the public, ensuring cultural relevance, increasing economic vitality by providing jobs and businesses and generating an active edge connecting the city, parklands, and suburbs. MASTER PLAN Master plan (Metro Edge)
of Mile End South 100M
Vision of typical street with water catchment
PREFFERED FUTURE TEAGAN RUSSELL HAYLEY EDWARDS SCOTT HEYWOOD SEAN COUGHLIN KIRI BOWMER EMMA HABERMAN
SITE SECTIONS/ELEVATIO NS
Local based Web of green WSUD infrastructureRoof activation economy
AlternativeTransport road use
S1. Pymbrah Rd
S2. London Rd S2.
Web of green Web of green infrastructure infrastructure
Street creeks WSUD systems
Pedestrian focused Pedestrian focused movment movement
Embracing Public Movement Adelaide Future Infill FIth Year Elective [Adelaide University Landscape Architecture] 2015
The vision of the Boulevard is to connect a new development to the wider metropolitan area and CBD. The boulevard will connect the proposed development through several modes of access: 1. Bike paths, 2. Walking, 3. Bus Services, 4. Tram Services, 5 Ride Share, 6 Green corridor. Humans are number one priority for the Boulevard as the proposed development has no private vehicles within the site. In addition the green network along the boulevard becomes an integral part of the new development, promoting nature as an equal to the built environment. Native Scrubland
Celebrated Historical Building
Mixed Use Development
SOUTH WEST PARKLAND
METRO TOWN SQUARE
ANZAC + SOUTH TCE
ECO DISTRICT Economy || Ecology Fith Year Studio [Adelaide University Urban Design Project] 2016
This proposition responds to the urban and ecological challenges faced by Adelaide in 2050 under conditions of climate change, with a particular emphasis on water and waste cycles. The area of focus is the southern parklands, and the adjacent southern blocks of the city, comprising an “Eco-District”. The proposal encompasses strategies for built form; parkland landscape; and economic sustainability. All built form will be adapted or constructed to implement ‘eco’ philosophies, incorporating both ecological and economic drivers. All waste & water will be re-used within the residential blocks of the Eco District and the southern parklands. Water, bio fuels and organic waste will be harvested from both public and private facilities for economic profit. All new built form will be 4-8 stories high & consist of green walls, roofs
and rain gardens. The southern parklands are envisioned to have rich biodiversity, high-level sporting facilities and urban farming. Diverted water from Parkland, Keswick & Brownhill creeks will be channeled into the new Keswick wetlands and will connect with stormwater from the Eco District. The aim is to replicate natural systems that retain 95% of storm water on site.
ECO BUILDING WATER AND WSTE CYCLE
The value of water and organic waste is re-balanced to a more traditional use of resources. All organic waste will be turned into bio-fuels or compost for the urban farms and rainwater will be treated and stored onsite. Both resources will be a trading asset for local grown produce and communities producing an economic driver within the city.
rain water system
grey water system
rain water garden
black water system
SITE SECTION B VISION paultney st
SITE SECTION A VISION
50 wetland system
john st st
king william st
eco gateway south tce
KING WILLIAM ST
increased street trees morphett st
st helen pl
Increased public space
medium density vision gilbert st
reimagined whitmore squre sturt st
SITE ANALYSIS METRO EDGE
[ LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE ] 2016
SIte Land Changes Site Analysis Site Land Use Site Existing Parks Site Drainage Site Walking + Movement Site Cycle Movement Site Public Transport Site Services + Infrastructure Site Vehicle Movement
EMBRACE URBAN CHANNELS [ SITE ANALYSIS ] - In the process of completion Metro Edge Fith Year Studio 2016 Site Land Changes
Site Land Changes
Stage 1 Site Analysis
Site Land Use
EMBRACE URBAN CHANNELS [ SITE ANALYSIS ] - In the process of completion Metro Edge Fith Year Studio 2016 Site Walking + Movement
Site Existing Parks
Site Services + Infrastructure
Site Cycle Movement
EMBRACE URBAN CHANNELS [ SITE ANALYSIS ] - In the process of completion Metro Edge Fith Year Studio 2016 Site Cycle Movement
Site Public Transport
Site Vehicle Movement
Site Services + Infrastructure
LANDSCAPE INTERPRETATION ICELAND
ICELAND - 64.9631° N, 19.0208° W
INDONESIA - 0.7893° S, 113.9213° E
AUSTRALIA - 37.8141° S, 144.9633° E
NEPAL - 28.3949° N, 84.1240° E