Travis Gramberg Design Portfolio
Critical Design Re-Seduce
Twelve 8 Seventy 7
The Water Diamond
Your Fault Temporary installation bringing awareness to the San Jose fault line that runs through campus. Bringing the out-of-sight into reality.
Plan View of Cal Poly Pomona campus
1/4 mile installation
Flyers were used to inform the students about the path of the San Jose Fault line running through their campus. They unwittingly became a part of the installation by spreading the facts to their peers.
1/4' polycarbonate tetrahedron 14 guage bailing wire
Nicolettius sivarta Fullerton, Ca
1/8" steel plates Snail Vine Vigna caracalla
3/4" OD x 1/8" ID steel pipe
1"x 1" x 1" Concrete footings
Car Port Scale 1/2" = 1'
Embodying the essence of a blooming flower
Re-Seduce Santa Monica, Ca
Preserving Bergamot's unique ambiance by re-using as much infrastructure as possible. Transforming Roof Tops
Adding New Facades Creating New Circulation
Bergamot Station Plan View
New Buildings or Walkways Areas Converted to Green Spaces
Minimal and calculated modifications were used to alter Bergamot Village while enhancing its character. Addition
Gate-Frame Brea, Ca
2" 1'6" 4"
a b c b
Passion Fruit Passiflora edulis
Scale 1" = 2'
Using divergent spacing and repetition inpspired by existing geometry of the site
Twelve 8 Seventy 7 Bunceton, Mo
Celebrating Missouri's farmland by creating a space that is inspired by the beauty of crop fields. Missouri native plants will be planted in masses to resemble crop fields, creating a colorful habitat for a wide range of ecology.
Section X Scale 1" = 10'
Section Y Scale 1" = 15'
Window Retaining Wall Detail
As a means to put a mis-ordered material to use, windows became a sculptural and functional element to the project, adding height and a unique insight to the beautiful earth tones of Missouri's clay soil.
The Water Diamond Pomona, Ca
Inform fellow classmates how they can save a life
Donate water to save a life
View how beautiful life can be given the chance of recieving clean water
1/4" Polycarbonate Plastic
Morning Glory Ipomoea purpurea Funnel & Hose
Nearly one billion people do not have access to clean, safe water. This six month installation in Cal Poly Pomona's B.S.C. demonstrates how beautiful a life can be, given the opportunity to recieve clean water. Viewers are encouraged to participate in this installation by providing clean water to the Morning Glory vines suspended in the atrium. More importantly, viewers are encouraged to donate to "The Water Foundation" in order to help change a human life with clean water.
Water Diamond Detail
2011 Batchelor of Science in Landscape Architecture Emphasis on Fine Arts email@example.com 714.403.5798