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THO NGUY EN LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE WITH PLANNING

BA(Hons) | The University of Sheffield 2015-2018 1


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1. Faculty of Natural Science Campus

THI BICH THO NGUYEN BA (Hons) Landscape Architecture with Planning. University of Sheffield Contact Details: +44 (0) 7783 009 680 nguyentbt0410@gmail.com https://issuu.com/thibichthonguyen

Homezone street: The entrance is marked by the ramp up to the shared surface and formal hedge

NATURAL FORCES Faculty of Natural Science, University of Derby

2. Urban Redesigned Route in Urban Regeneration project

Concept and Narrative Natural Science is a subject of researching and studying about the Earth’s geological and natural systems. It is important to acknowledge and explore how these systems have shaped and changed human’s life on Earth over centuries. The Earth’s natural forces, either created by internal or external energy, have a significant impact on changing its physical elements, such as landform, materials, water, atmosphere etc… These elements, as a result, have influenced and become driving force for human’s settlements, activities and behaviours.

(82/100 as outstanding project)

Vision and Aims Responding to client’s brief of creating a resilient urban University Campus, the design aims at creating and encouraging study to engage with outdoor study environment surrounding the Campus. By using and modifying natural elements, the landscape will become a force that influences and drives students’ activities, hence, create different dynamic outdoor study spaces.

3. Housing project 4. Courtyard of Sheffield College project

Spatial strategy

Community Building

5. Public realm project

Vegetation and water strategy Rain water Water cycle

Evaporation

ABOUT ME

Studying at the University of Sheffield has given me a huge opportunity to enter a professional working and learning lifestyle, where I was taught and led by skillfully dedicated teachers and tutors. Also, learning in an internationally multidisciplinary environment has become a stepping stone for me to chase my real dream to become a real landscape architect in the future.

6. Technical drawings

Swale Bioretention

Exposed nodes Open facade Geological Museum

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C ommunityshared spaces

Enclosed Prehistoric woodland type

One level of shared surface, the street is gently narrowed, less division for users Open low-tomedium-height resilient plants

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Detail design area

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A museum as a landmark of the site, from far distance, drivers and pass-byers can easily notice the faculty of natural science. Being located by the main entrance, the museum is also an occasional exhibition place displaying students’ researches.

Geological Museum

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An open space in front of the museum functioning as holding a group of people whenever there is special event inside the museum.

Open museum facade

Holding events such as graduation day, science day, open day, etc.

Faculty of natural science building

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The study hub is enclosed by the modern planting area which represents the resilientclimate planting. Apart from this, the science hub is also an outdoor experiment planting area for resilient future vegetation, an outdoor laboratory for researchers.

Exposed multifunctional space,

Ramp/main campus entrance pathway

Semi-openStudy Rock boulders are functioning as a landmark, also seating blocks, hubs

Rain garden

represents the idea of creatures created by geomorphological process on Earth and showing the geological character of Derby.

A contrast feeling in coniferous planting area; a place enclosed by the coniferous tall trees, dapple shaded lighting and tall ferns, complete feeling of intimacy. Apart from this, students might get a sense of prehistoric nature and learn knowledge of plant evolution

Enclosed study hubs

Rain garden is as a green transition between the planting area and the faculty, also collecting water runoff from the surface

Open study hubs

Outdoor cafe/ Restaurant

Main faculty of natural science building

Cafe located in southfacing, an ideal place for people enjoying sunshine in the summer

First floor: canteen and cafe area Second floor: lecture theaters Third floor: different departments of natural science faculty

Big lawn open space genuinely become a connected space between the residential area and the faculty. Meanwhile, in the summer season, people can host barbecues or social events here

Open multifunctional space

A new community building or and cafe, where parents from the residential areas are able to have informal surveillance for their children over the playground nearby

Proposed community building

Back entrance

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A shared playground so that nearby primary school children and children from the residential area can freely play here and encourage children to go outdoor and make friends

Community-shared space

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Wall planes

Sky planes

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Ground planes

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Planting design in detail area

Prehistoric multilayer woodland

The collection of coniferous planting is chosen to create the primeval atmosphere for science hubs. This setting is also an ideal biological laboratory, to help students understand the ancient creatures of ecosystems. The tall coniferous woodland allows lights to illuminate the ground and reflect their needle-leaved textures on paving. The ground is covered by medium-height ferns would enhance the green enclosure for people and protect their back when seating. 1:50 @A2

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Mixture of prehistoric and modern planting

As well as the continents have shifted because of both natural forces and man’s forces, the planting also evolved from the simplest to more complex forms and structures. The mixture in rain garden would be a witness of transition from time to time. Ferns and medium-height wet-lover herbaceous grasses and flowers would be planted in rain gardens to emphasize the theme of a transitional valley. Evergreen ferns are used to keep the structural form of the mixture when other herbaceous vegetation might lose their structures and forms in the winter or late autumn.

Modern herbaceous planting (drought tolerant species)

Tall ornamental grasses dotted inside the matrix or drifts of herbaceous perennial flowers would demonstrate the resilient trendy planting in an ever-changing climatic world. Different borders of replicated species would be planted as scientist’s experiment of spices that can get well adapted to the drought environment. The enclosure of rounded-form tall grasses will create an open outdoor classroom for any programmed students. However, in terms of ecological purpose, these might become new homes of bees, butterflies and other invertebrates. The modern colourful and vibrant palettes of planting would bright up the campus and bring natural breath to the campus. Low density of vegetation is to allow maximise the lightness and openness of the space

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02 Route map Urban Redesigned Route Redesign the route from old canal basin of Victoria Quays Sheffield (based on the serial visions theory of Gordon Cullen) “If, therefore, we design our towns from the point of view of the moving person (pedestrian or car born) it is easy to see how the whole city becomes a plastic experience, a journey through pressures and vacuums, a sequence of exposures and enclosures, of constraints and relief.” (Cullen, G, 1971). Basing on the concept of ‘Townscape’, the sketches articulate the idea of serial vision from ‘here’ and ‘there’, taking readers through the journey of sense and changes of landmark features, focal points, and partiularly providing experience of flowing in spaces.

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03 Housing project, Sheffield The Green Co-operative Community in the Porter Valley Vision: To create a member-led housing community, encourage social contact and solve the housing demand in the near future (10-20 years afterwards) in the area. To diverse the housing users in the Porter valley, creating sustainable community system. “Sustainable refers to the ability of the neighborhood and wider urban systems to be sustained and to miniseries their environment impact...� (Rudlin & Falk, 1999) To create a vigorous and dynamic landscape surrounding with centralised open green space, indicating different types of open space ranged from semi-private to private

Vegetation Diagram

Groves of tree Rain garden plants Avenues of tree Proposed housing Restored riparian vegetation Ornamental trees

Circulation diagram

Water management diagram

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04 Courtyard of Sheffield College project

Inspired by horticulture students in the college, vegetation will be the main element and material through this forecourt design Aims: _ To encourage College students and staff using the forecourt as a social place _ To enhance the aesthetic views of the forecourt from the entrance to the parking area _ To create different journey experiences for users along the site Objective: _ To lively animate the site by using different types of vegetation Conceptual design Reflection zone

Transition zone

Challenging zone

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Journey of Life Various intriguing experience through the dynamic seasonal journey by getting invloved in interesting landscape exploration Species 19 Pennisetum alopecuroi- 16 Calamagrostis x acutiflora ‘Karl Foerster’ des Hameln 14 Salvia x sylvestris ‘Rugen’

Mix old concrete slabs and new resin bound aggregate to match with the concept (the old and the new).

Resin bound paving in open space, create an outstanding color

18 Echinacea purpurea ‘Magnus’

Betula pendula

Buxus sempervirens ‘suffruticosa’

18 Deschampsia cespitosa ‘Goldtau’

Betula utilis var jacquemontii

Bulb Mix A

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Gabion seating (using recycled rocks or bricks along the edge of rain garden, trees cast shadow for users. all seatings are 50mm high, table 70mm high.

Alternative trees: Amalanchier laevis, and Prus serrula ‘Tibetan’ red bark match with the color of brick

Betula utilis var jacquemontii

Arum italicum marmoratum

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Reccycled concrete slab paving

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Path Buxus sempervirens ‘suffruticosa’

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19 Pennisetum alopecuroi- 16 Calamagrostis x acutiflora Planting bed from 2-3m wide as river flow des Hameln ‘Karl Foerster’

Extending concrete slab for platform view over river, and 1m heigh brick retaining wall

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Cornus sanguinea Allium ‘Globemaster’ ‘Midwinter Fire’ Mix A Fritillaria meleagris var. unicolor Cornus sericea ‘Flaviramea’ subvar. alba Trees Bulb Mix B

CIQ Sheffield

Client University of Sheffield

Journey of Life A Designer: Tho Nguyen Student No: 150145497 Buxus sempervirens Gleditsia triacanthos ‘Sibirica’ Various intriguing experience through the dynamic seasonal journey by getting invloved in interesting landscape exploration Bulb Mix B Prunus avium Density : appox. 60 plants/m2 Betula utilis var jacquemontii ‘suffruticosa’ Scale 1:100 Betula utilis var jacquemontii 1 - 1.5 m Date Sheet number

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Betula utilis var jacquemontii

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x sylvestris Bush’ ‘Rugen’ Cornus Salvia alba ‘Sibirica’ Gillenia trifoliate 'Ostfriesland' Cornus Salvia sericeanemorosa ‘Flaviramea’

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Deschampsia cespitosa ‘Go Pennisetum alopecuroides Hameln Betula utilis var jacquemontii

Cornus sanguinea ‘Midwinter Fire’ Bulb Mix A: sunny lovers (Area: 36.6m2) Cornus alba sanguinea Density : Cornus appox. 30 plant/m2 ‘Sibirica’ ‘Midwinter Fire’

Hesperis Ornamenta matronalis Verbena bonariensis AchilleaVeronicastrum filipendulina ‘Cloth of Gold’ Kniphofia ‘Tawny King’ virginicum ‘Lavend Total Cornus sanguinea 100 1098 turm’ Alchemilla mollis Liriope muscari Species Stock Size and Height at Density No. Suppliers ‘Midwinter Fire’ time of purchase (sp/m2) Anemone × hybrida ‘Honorine Jobert’ Luzula nivea Cornus alba Cornus alba Betula pendula Bulb Mix B: ‘Sibirica’ 1-1.2m as per plan 1 Bluebell Farm Aquilegia vulgaris ‘Nivea’ Allium ‘Globemaster’ Pennisetum alopecuroides semi-shade lovers (Area: 27.2m2)

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Cornus alba ‘Sibirica’

Betula utilis var jacquemontii

1.5 - 1.8m as per plan 30 1plant/m2 Crocus Density : appox. Foerster’Narcissus poeticus Salvia x var. sylvestris ‘Rugen’ recurvus (sp/m2) Narcissus poeticus var. recurvus time of purchase 30 489 Species % oshimensis No. Scale 1: 50 @A2 Shrubs Carex ‘Evergold’ Scilla siberica Salvia nemorosa 'Ostfriesl Betula pendula 1-1.2m as per plan 1 Bluebell Farm Scilla siberica 35 572 ‘Globemaster’ 40Crocus439 cespitosa ‘Goldtau’ Cornus alba ‘Sibirica’ 2 lt Allium pot as per plan 3 Deschampsia Stipa gigantea Betula utilis Mix var jacquemontii Betula utilisTotal var jacquemontii 1 - 1.5 m as per plan 2 Crocus A Bulb Mix A 1632 Cornus sericea ‘Flaviramea’ 3 lt100 pot as per plan Fritillaria meleagris var. unicolor1 60Crocus659 Echinacea purpureaVerbena ‘Magnus’ bonariensis Mix B: partial shade to shade A1 Cornus sanguinea Gleditsia triacanthos 14 Manor farm lovers (Area: 32.7m2) subvar. alba as C’ Cornus sanguinea ‘Midwinter Fire’ 2 lt2m pot as per per plan plan Crocus Epimedium Veronicastrum virginicum Mix A : partial-shade lovers (Area: 8.2m2) ‘Midwinter Fire’ Density : appox. 9perralderianum plants/m2 C Cornus sanguinea Total Prunus avium 1.5 1.8m as per plan 1 Crocus 100 1098 A’ turm’ Ornamental grassses and herbaceous plants Euphorbia amygdaloides var. ‘Midwinter Fire’ Species % robbiae No. Density: approx. 10 plants/m2 MixAC Shrubs Achillea filipendulina ‘Cloth of Gold’ 2 lt pot 8 17 'Honorine Crocus Cornus alba B Anemone × hybrida Jobert'maculatum 15 44 Eupatorium Bulb Mix B Allium ‘Purple ‘Globemaster’ Mix B: semi-shade 27.2m2) %lt pot lovers No. (Area: sanguinea ‘Sibirica’ Cornus albamollis ‘Sibirica’ Species Cornus Bulb asAlchemilla per7 plan molis 3 Crocus Alchemilla 22 lt pot 60 Crocus Bush’ 15 44 : appox. 6016 plants/m2 ‘Midwinter Fire’Density Fritillaria meleagris var. u Mix A Alchemilla mollis 20 Cornus sericea ‘Flaviramea’ lt pot pot asAjuga per8 plan 1 Crocustrifoliate subvar.10 Anemone × hybrida ‘Honorine Jobert’ 23 lt 44 Crocus B’ reptans 29 Gillenia alba Cornus alba Species % No. Cornus sanguinea Aquilegia vulgaris ‘Nivea’ 10 8 Mix B Cornus sanguinea Fire’ lt pot pot as per9 plan Crocus Hyacinthoides non-scripta Aquilegia vulgaris ‘Midwinter ‘Nivea’ 22 lt 84marmoratum Crocus ‘Sibirica’ Fire’ 10 29 Helenium ‘Moerheim Beauty’ Hyacinthoides non-scripta 35Arum italicum 571 ‘Midwinter Arum italicum marmoratum 10 8 Narcissus poeticus var. rec Arum italicum marmoratum 2 lt pot 7 37 Crocus Ornamental grassses and herbaceous plants Hesperis matronalis var. 10 albiflora 29 Narcissus poeticus var. recurvus 30Carex oshimensis 489 ‘Evergold’ Mix AAjuga Location plan Mix C Hesperis matronalis var. albiflora 16 reptans 220lt pot 98 572 29 CrocusmatronalisScilla siberica Achillea filipendulina ‘Cloth of Gold’ 17 Cornus Hesperis Scilla sericea siberica 35Epimedium perralderianum 10 29 Bulb Mix B Hesperis matronalis‘Karl‘Flaviramea’ 8 Calamagrostis x acutiflora 210lt pot 7 1632 16 Crocus Alchemilla mollis 60 Path Total 100 ‘Tawny King’ 10 Euphorbia amygdaloidesKniphofia var. robbiae 29 A1 AFoerster’ muscari 16 Mix B: partial shade to shade lovers (Area: 32.7m2 AnemoneLiriope × hybrida ‘HonorineCornus Jobert’ sanguinea 220lt pot 8 44 Crocus Cornus alba Gillenia 10 29 Liriope muscari: appox. 9 plants/m2 Mix A : partial-shade lovers10 (Area: 8.2m2) A transition from the mixed border of perennial and grasses and woodland. Density Carex oshimensis ‘Evergold’ 2210lt 79 trifoliate 29 Crocus ‘Midwinter Fire’ Luzula nivea Aquilegia vulgaris ‘Nivea’ lt pot pot 8 Crocus ‘Sibirica’ Liriope muscari 10 Species % 32 In the mixed border, Buxus sempervirens ‘Suffruticosa’ will create a back drop for those flowers. The formal straight hedge will be the Luzula nivea Density: approx. Deschampsia ‘Goldtau’ 22100 lt 77 18 Crocus A Totalcespitosa 82 Arum italicum marmoratum lt pot pot 10 plants/m2 37 Crocus Cornus alba Anemone × hybrida 'Honorine Jobert' 100 15294 excellent background colour for Eupatorium and Achillea when they turn brown seed heads in the winter Total Echinacea purpurea ‘Magnus’ 2 lt pot 8 35 Crocus Pennisetum alopecuroides Hameln Species2 lt pot % Gleditsia triacanthos Ajuga reptans 9 No. 29 Crocus ‘Sibirica’ Alchemilla molis 15 Alchemilla mollis 20 Bulb Mix B Epimedium Prunus avium perralderianum 2 lt pot 97 16 29 Crocus Phlox paniculata ‘Blue Evening’ 10 Calamagrostis x acutiflora ‘Karl 16 Ajuga reptans Path Betula nigra ‘Cully’ Aquilegia vulgaris ‘Nivea’ 10 8 Betula utilisFoerster’ var jacquemontii Betula pendula Euphorbia amygdaloides var. robbiae 2 lt pot 7 29 Crocus Arum italicum marmoratum 10 Rudbeckia fulgida var. sullivantii italicum Bulb Mix B Mixmarmoratum A: sunny lovers (Area:1036.6m2) Carex oshimensis ‘Evergold’ ArumBulb 2 lt pot 7 8 29 Crocus Keys Carex oshimensis ‘Evergold’ 10 ‘Goldsturm’ Eupatorium maculatum ‘PurpleHesperis matronalis var. 2 ltalbiflora pot 8 16 15 Crocus 20 Cornus sanguinea Deschampsia cespitosa ‘Goldtau’ 2appox. lt pot 30 plant/m2 7 18 Crocus Epimedium perralderianum 10 Density : Bush’ 100 Salvia x sylvestris ‘Rugen’ Hardcore ‘Midwinter Fire’ Hesperis matronalis 10 8 Echinacea purpurea ‘Magnus’ pot 35 Crocus Euphorbia amygdaloides var. robbiae 10 trifoliate 29 Crocus Species22 ltlt pot %98 16 No. Scale 1:Gillenia 50 @A2 A1 A Liriope muscari 20 Salvia nemorosa 'Ostfriesland' 10 Mix B Gillenia trifoliate Epimedium perralderianum 2 lt pot 9 29 Crocus A transition from the mixed border of perennial and grasses and woodland. Helenium ‘Moerheim Beauty’ 8 10 439 17 Luzula nivea 10 Allium ‘Globemaster’ 40 33 Liriope muscari 10 In the mixed border, Buxus sempervirens ‘Suffruticosa’ will create a back drop for those flowers. The formal straight hedge will be the Stipa gigantea Hesperis matronalis var. albiflora 2 lt pot 7 82 16 Crocus Euphorbia amygdaloides var. robbiae 29 Total 100 A Compacted subexcellent background colour forMix Eupatorium and Achillea when they Cornus turn brown seed heads in the winter Fritillaria meleagris var. unicolor 60 659Total Verbena bonariensis 100 sericea Hesperis matronalis 22 lt 98 8 Crocus Eupatorium maculatum subvar. ‘Purple alba lt pot pot 15 Crocus grade Cornus sanguinea ‘Flaviramea’ Bush’ Veronicastrum virginicum ‘LavendelKniphofia ‘Tawny King’ 2 lt pot 7 17 Crocus ‘Midwinter Fire’ Total 100 1098 29. 42.4 mm diameter stainless steel tube, galvanized. 850 mm handrail height for adults and 650 mm height for turm’ Cornus sanguinea Gillenia trifoliate 2 lt pot 9 29 Crocus Top soil for Liriope muscari 2 lt pot 10 Crocus 48 children. Supplier: S3i Group. Mix B ‘Midwinter Fire’ Helenium ‘Moerheim Beauty’ 2 lt pot 8 17 Crocus 30. 4 countersunk screw to fix the column to the steps. vegetation Crocus Luzula nivea 2 lt pot 9 10 A Allium ‘Globemaster’ Bulb Mix B: semi-shade lovers (Area: 27.2m2) Hesperis matronalis var. albiflora 2 lt pot 7 16 Crocus 31. 215 x 105 x 65 mm, 7mm radius fillet. Supplier: Ketley Cornus alba Mix A Pennisetum alopecuroides Hameln 2 lt pot 8 Crocus 19 Gleditsia triacanthos Density : appox. 60 plants/m2 Cornus ‘Sibirica’sericea 32. C20 in-situ concrete base 100 mm thick, aggregate from the reclaimed crushed brick and concrete from the Fritillaria Hesperis matronalis 2 lt pot 9 8 Crocus meleagris var. unicolor C20 in-situ conBulb Mix B Prunus avium ‘Flaviramea’ site. Mix: 1 cement, 2 sand and 4 aggregate. subvar. alba Crocus Phlox paniculataSpecies ‘Blue Evening’ 2 lt pot 10 15 % No. Kniphofia ‘Tawny King’ 2 lt pot 7 17 Crocus Betula nigra ‘Cully’ Betula utilis var jacquemontii crete base 33. 12 mm diameter weld mesh reinforcement Betula pendula Hyacinthoides non-scripta Hyacinthoides non-scripta 35 2 lt pot 571 Cornus sanguinea Rudbeckia fulgida var. sullivantii 8 Crocus 34. 914 x 305 x 105 mm kerb, bullnose with BS EN 1340. Supplier: Marshall. 18 Bulb Mix B Liriope muscari 2 lt pot 10 Crocus 48 Bulb Mix A: sunny lovers (Area: 36.6m2) ‘Midwinter Fire’ Narcissus poeticus var. recurvus ‘Goldsturm’ 35. Resin bound aggregate tree pit 40 mm thick, T612 6-10 mm gravel. Color: Havana (golden color). Paving Narcissus poeticus var. recurvus 30 489 Washed gravel Crocus Luzula nivea 2 lt pot 9 10 Density : appox. 30 plant/m2 wearing course is mixed on site and hand-floated to a smooth finish. Portable pressure washer to remove dirt, A Scilla siberica Salvia x sylvestris ‘Rugen’ 2 lt pot 8 Crocus 14 Cornus alba Scilla siberica 35 2 lt pot 572 grime and moss. Supplier: Sureset. Pennisetum alopecuroides Hameln 8 Crocus 19 Gleditsia triacanthos % No. Scale 1: 50 @A2 ‘Sibirica’ Species Salvia nemorosa 'Ostfriesland' pot 9 Crocus 36. Loose aggregate 50 mm wide from the tree trunk added to create a rising funnel and allow expansion. 28 Totalpaniculata 100 22 lt Bulb Mix B Prunus avium Crocus Phlox ‘Blue Evening’ lt 1632 pot 10 15 37. Non-woven geotextile fleece membrane to prevent upward of fine soil particles. Allium ‘Globemaster’ 40 439 Mix B: partial shade to shade lovers (Area: 32.7m2) Betulamigration nigra ‘Cully’ Betula utilis var jacquemontii Betula pendula Stipa gigantea 2 lt pot Crocus 6 15 38. Proposed new tree. Mix A : partial-shade lovers (Area: 8.2m2) Density 9 plants/m2 Rudbeckia fulgida var. sullivantii 2 lt pot 8 18 : appox.Crocus FritillariaBulb meleagris var. unicolor 60 659 Bulb Mix B Mix A: sunny lovers (Area: 36.6m2) 39. The GreenMax root ball anchoring consists of 3 straps attached to steel anchors, 1 root ball protection mat Verbena bonariensis 2 lt pot 8 Crocus 17 ‘Goldsturm’ Species % No. subvar. alba Density: approx. 10 plants/m2 and 1 strap tensioner. The trees will receive extra support without visible timber or stakes. Straps with attached A Density : appox. 30 plant/m2 Veronicastrum virginicum ‘Lavendel2 lt pott Crocus 9 19 Salvia x sylvestris ‘Rugen’ 2 lt pot Crocus 14 Anemone × 8hybrida 'Honorine Jobert' 15 44 steel anchors are installed underground. Total 100 1098 turm’ Species % No. E Species % No. Scale 1: 50 @A2 40. 100 mm diameter perforated plastic pipe wrapped with washed aggregate and filter fabric drain to storm Alchemilla molis 15 44 Salvia nemorosa 2 lt16 pot 9 Crocus 28 Alchemilla mollis 'Ostfriesland' 20 E Bulbs sewer. Ajuga reptans 10 29 Allium ‘Globemaster’ 40 439 41. Non perforated overflow pipe directed to approved disposal point, 35 mm diameter. H Allium ‘Globemaster’ Bulb Mix B: semi-shade lovers (Area: 27.2m2) Aquilegia vulgaris ‘Nivea’ 10 8 Stipa gigantea 2 lt pot 40 439 J. Crocus Parker’s 6 15 Arum italicum marmoratum 10 29 42. Recycled timber as wood slats in smoothed planed finish, side-to-side layout, fixed to 100 x 50mm support meleagris var. unicolor 60 659 K Density : Fritillaria appox. 60 plants/m2 Fritillaria meleagris var. unicolor Arum italicum marmoratum 10 8 Verbena bonariensis 2 lt pot 8 60 659 J. Crocus Parker’s 17 batons. subvar. alba Carex oshimensis ‘Evergold’ 10 29 subvar. alba P Species % No. Veronicastrum virginicum ‘Lavendel2 lt 16 pott Crocus Hesperis matronalis var. albiflora 20 43. Flat-packed galvanized steel basket for on-site assembly, c/w steel coils corner joints. Recycled small crushed 9 19 Total 100 1098 Epimedium perralderianum 10 29 Hyacinthoides non-scripta 35 571 J. Parker’s turm’ concrete from site excavation fill the basket, 100-200mm size. The basket has bracing ties across each corner 1/3. R Hyacinthoides non-scripta 35 571 Hesperis matronalis 10 8 44. Welded mesh gabion unit manufactured from 4mm coated mesh 76.2mm x 76.2mm complete with helical Euphorbia amygdaloides var. robbiae 10 29 Narcissus poeticus var. recurvus 30 489 J. Parker’s Bulbs S A1 A Narcissus poeticus var. recurvus 30 489 Liriope muscari 20 16 vertical connectors. Gillenia trifoliate 10 29 Scilla siberica Allium ‘Globemaster’ Bulb Mix B: semi-shade lovers (Area: 27.2m2) 35 572 40 439 J. Parker’s S A transition from the mixed border of perennial and grasses and woodland. 45. 100mm x 50mm treated timber baton external support bolted to 75mm x 50mm internal support baton, min Luzula nivea 10 10 Scilla siberica 35 572 Density : appox. 60 plants/m2 Liriope muscari 10 32 Fritillaria meleagris var. unicolor In the mixed border, Buxus sempervirens ‘Suffruticosa’ will create a back drop for those flowers. The formal straight hedge will be the V 3 bots per unit cell width. 60 659 J. Parker’s Total 100 82 Total 100 1632 Mix Ct: suny to parital shade lovers (Area: 23.7m2) subvar. alba 46. 40mm box section post, covered by concrete, put under gabion basket and goes through the mesh. Species % No. excellent background colour for Eupatorium and Achillea when they turn brown seed heads in the winter V Total 100 294 Mix B: partial shade to shade lovers (Area: 32.7m2) 47. SHS galvanized steel post central to gabion @400mm center to within 100mm of top. Density : appox. Hyacinthoides non-scripta 358 plants/m2 571 J. Parker’s T Hyacinthoides non-scripta lovers (Area: 8.2m2) 35 571 Mix A : partial-shade Density : appox. 9 plants/m2 48. Custom built LED lighting. Species %J. Parker’s No. Narcissus poeticus var. recurvus 30 489 37 39 Narcissus poeticus recurvus 489 Species % No. Density:var. approx. 10 plants/m230 Achillea filipendulina ‘Cloth of Gold’ 9 J. Parker’s 17 Scilla siberica 35 572 Project site CIQ Sheffield Anemone × hybrida 'Honorine Jobert' 15 44 Scilla siberica 572 Species % 35 No. Echinacea purpurea ‘Magnus’ 9 17 Alchemilla molis 15 44 65 Total mollis 1632 Alchemilla 20100 16 Mix Ct: suny to parital Eupatorium maculatum ‘Purpleshade Bush’lovers (Area: 23.7m2) 8 15 50 222 Ajuga reptans Mix B: partial shade to shade lovers (Area:1032.7m2) 29 Client Density : appox. 8 plants/m2 9 Helenium ‘Moerheim Beauty’ 17 Aquilegia vulgaris ‘Nivea’ 10 8 150 Mix A : partial-shade lovers (Area: 8.2m2) Arum italicum marmoratum 29 Density : appox. 9 plants/m2 10 University of Sheffield Kniphofia ‘Tawny King’ 6 11 Species % No. Arum italicum marmoratum 10 8 % No. Carex oshimensis Species ‘Evergold’ 10 29 Density: approx. 10 plants/m2 Phlox paniculata 'Blue‘Cloth Evening' 15 Achillea filipendulina of Gold’ 98 17 Hesperis matronalis var. albiflora 20 16 Designer Student No Anemone × perralderianum hybrida 'Honorine Jobert' 15 44 506 Epimedium 10 29 Species % No. 700 Echinacea purpurea ‘Magnus’ 9 17 Rudbeckia fulgida var. sullivantii 'Goldsturm' 10 18 Hesperis matronalis 10 8 Alchemilla molis 15 44 Tho Nguyen 150145497 Euphorbia amygdaloides var. robbiae 10 29 Alchemilla mollis 20 16 Eupatorium maculatum ‘Purple Bush’ 8 15 Salvia nemorosa 'Ostfriesland' 15 28 A1 A Liriope muscari 20 16 Ajuga reptans 10 29 Scale Varies Gillenia trifoliate 10 29 Helenium ‘Moerheim Beauty’ 98 17 Aquilegia vulgaris ‘Nivea’ 10 8 75 Stipa gigantea 15 A transition from the mixed border of perennial and grasses and woodland. Luzula nivea 10 10 Arum italicum marmoratum 10 29 75 Kniphofia ‘Tawny King’ 6 11 Liriope muscari 10 32 In the mixed border, Buxus sempervirens ‘Suffruticosa’ will create a back drop for those flowers. The formal straight hedge will be the Verbena bonariensis 9 17 Arum italicum marmoratum 10 8 Total 100 82 Carex oshimensis ‘Evergold’ 10 29 Phlox paniculata 'Blue Evening' 89 15 excellent background colour for Eupatorium and Achillea when they turn brown seed heads in the winter Veronicastrum virginicum ‘Lavendelturm’ 19 Total 100 294 Hesperis matronalis var. albiflora 20 16 305 300 Date 31 May 2017 Epimedium perralderianum 10 29 152 Rudbeckia fulgida var. sullivantii 'Goldsturm' 10 18 Total 100 189 Hesperis matronalis 10 8 Euphorbia amygdaloides var. robbiae 10 29 710 Salvia nemorosa 'Ostfriesland' 15 28 A1 A Liriope muscari 20 16 300 Sheet number 2 of 2 Gillenia trifoliate 10 29 Stipa gigantea 8 15 A transition from 457 the mixed border of perennial and grasses and woodland. Luzula nivea 10 10 1338 Liriope muscari 10 32 In the mixed border, Buxus sempervirens ‘Suffruticosa’ will create a back drop for those flowers. The formal straight hedge will be the Verbena bonariensis 9 17 Total 100 82 41 excellent background colour for Eupatorium and Achillea when they turn brown seed heads in the winter Veronicastrum virginicum ‘Lavendelturm’ 9 19 Total 100 294

19 Pennisetum alopecuroi- 16 Calamagrostis x acutiflora des Hameln ‘Karl Foerster’ 15. RC35 base with A393 reinforcement mesh 18. Coarse sand 100mm thick as transition layer. 14 Gravel Salvia xaggregate sylvestris 6/12mm top and bottom with 50mm cover 19. for filtration cladded18 with non-woven 18 Echinacea Deschampsia ‘Rugen’ fleece membrane, 16. H10 starter bars at 200mm centers geotextile 325mm‘Magnus’ thick. purpurea cespitosa ‘Goldtau’ 17. Loam, loam/sand mix 20. DN 25 pipe in PVC to divert overflow, cladded in non-woven geotextile fleece membrane to prevent from fine soil particles. or sandy loam capable 29 21. Reclaimed concrete slab pavers from the site, varied size range from of supporting vegetative 500mm to 2000mm match the concept breaking glass, 65mm thick. cover; modify soil with 22. Precast concrete ‘safeticurb’, class A (15kN). All units are compost if needed. reinforced, leave 1 mm gap between each unit to prevent damage from thermal expansion of the units themselves. 3-6 mm below the level of surrounding pavement surface. Cleaning or unblocking maintenance. Supplier: Aggregate industries. 31 23. 25mm thick mortar mix in class 1 (1:3) 300 24. ST4 concrete bed and haunching. Haunch to extend to half unit height. 105 115 25. Bedding sharp sand blinding, 50 mm thick. 300 26. 2 No. H12 Dowels bars 50mm long @ at 900 centers along length of channel. 27. A252 mesh at the bottom tied to base slab. 28. Concrete corduroy hazard paving 400 x 400 x 50 mm in buff color at the top tand bottom of steps. Supplier: Marshall.

Section BB’ 1:20 @A2: Tree pit and rain garden detail

6. Newton Geodrain: 6mm stud Cavity Drain membrane (high quality polypropylene). Supplier: John Newton & Co Ltd. 7. Geotex (welded to face of Geodrain) a filter fabric thermally welded to the studded face, allows water to pass into the cavity, not allow fines or sediments to pass into the cavity to drain water away to a suitable point. Any water entering the cavity immediately de-pressurises and falls down to the pipe underneath. 8. Corrugated 100mm diameter perforated pipe, supplied in 25m coils. Individual lengths of pipe can be joined together using the connector, one of which is usually attached to each 25m coil. 9. Staffordshire red brick to match with the colour of tree bark with size 215mm x 102.5 x 65mm. F2/S2 Facing bricks chosen for good quality and colour as well as weather resistant for the main body. Stretcher-bond for this cavity wall. Suppiler: Wienerberger manufactures. 47 10. Projecting copings (F2/S2), min 400mm projections: double single bull-nose manufactured special brick laid on edge, moulded stock bricks by hand or machine to create profile of brick. F2/S2 rated coping in M12 mortar (1 part cement ¼ part lime 3 parts sand) formed from a dense facing brick type with smooth texture and a water absorption ≤7%.

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1. Compacted subgrade. Compacted by kneading or vibrating with a plate compaction to settle the subgrade material into place to provide a good base for the paver installation. 2. Hardcore: varied 100-150mm thick granular sub-base DoT type 1 and can be made from Granite, Limestone or clean Crushed Concrete. 3. Permeable resin bound aggregate paving 10-12mm thick reclaimed crushed rock material at the CIQ site to allow water pass through it. Using hand-held bull float trowels work the resin bound gravel over the newly laid surface course layer to create a smooth, even, tightly knitted level surface. Supplier: Sureset. 4. 50 mm thick binder course layer, open bitumen macadam (AC/14/open bin/100/150) on the compacted sub base layer to falls and levels, to form 1:50 (2%) camber or 1:40 (2.5%) crossfall. 5. A 10mm clean angular gravel (this could be crushed stone), the non-woven geotextile wraps it over the top of the pipe bed gravel, totally enclose it 2476 and protect it from contaminating from the surrounding ground. 17 47 18 20 19

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How does vegetation influence the people’s movement in Vienna ?

HOWBROOK COAL MINING LANDSCAPE AND VISUAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT

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Green future for THE CONNECTED CITY Name: Thi Bich Tho Nguyen

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