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College of Environmental Design, University of California, Berkeley

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Graduate Class of 2011 Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning Sample work from Hugo Bruley

MLA

bruleyhugo@yahoo.fr

Fiona Cundy

MLA

fimarie27@gmail.com

Kirsten Dahl

MLA

dahl.kirsten@gmail.com

Hannah Dominick

MLA

hannahseg42@gmail.com

Robert Glass

MLA

rcglass85@gmail.com

Karuna Greenberg

MLA EP

karuna.greenberg@gmail.com

Nicole Horn

MLA/MCP

nicole.horn@gmail.com

Kenya Huezo

MLA

kenyahuezo@gmail.com

Margot Jacobs

MLA

margot.rose.jacobs@gmail.com

Jesse Jones

MLA/EP

jessemmjones@gmail.com

Gar-Yin Lee

MLA

garyin@gmail.com

Yu-Chung Li

MLA

hyperain@gmail.com

MLA

alyssa.machle@gmail.com

Erin Murray

MLA

erinmurray@gmail.com

Meghan Sharp

MLA

meghan.sharp@gmail.com

Catherine Sherraden

MLA

meghan.sharp@gmail.com

Adrienne Smith

MLA/MArch

adrienne.marie.smith@gmail.com

Lauren Stahl

MLA

lestahl@gmail.com

Alexis Steiner Opos

MLA

alexis.opos@gmail.com

Alexis Ward

MLA

alexisfward@gmail.com

Alyssa Machle


My interests lie between environmental arts and the Hugo Bruley social and cultural aspects of landscape architecture.

MLA I am focusing on designing for everyday life and urban

informalities on the street. My thesis explore these ideas in the context of the Mission District in San Francisco.

My interests lie between environmental arts and theBruley social and Hugo cultural aspects of landscape architecture. I focus on design MLA 2D for everyday life and urban informalities on the street. My thesis explores these ideas in the contexthugobruley@berkeley.edu of the Mission District in San Francisco.


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DESIGN Scholarship, a globally recognized academic program sited to land in the ports of Portrero Pablo in our DESIGN TheThe Scholarship, a globally recognized academic program waswas sited to land in the ports of Portrero SanSan Pablo in our hypothetical studio project titled “PostIndustrial Ecologies: Re-envisioning Potrero Pablo After Chevron.” Using hypothetical studio project titled “PostIndustrial Ecologies: Re-envisioning Potrero SanSan Pablo After Chevron.” Using thethe Scholarship a catalyst design, of this studio project to ‘rewire’ postindustrial Potrero Pablo Scholarship as aascatalyst for for design, thethe goalgoal of this studio project waswas to ‘rewire’ postindustrial Potrero SanSan Pablo to to accommodate “landing party” of arriving students to help welcome, orient, ground educate them during their accommodate thethe “landing party” of arriving students andand to help welcome, orient, ground andand educate them during their temporary landfall through an educational program. temporary landfall through an educational program.

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I am interested in both environmental planning and I am interested in both environmental planning and landscape landscape architecture, particularly conservation and architecture, particularly conservation and restoration issues 4 4 restoration issuesfisheries, related and to hydrology, and related to hydrology, communityfisheries, resources. community resources.

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Fimarie27@gmail.com

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Kirsten Dahl

hl.kirsten@gmail.com

MLA

Sky Chapel 45 Lansing Street, San Francisco Drawing on the concept of an open air chapel, curvedSky Chapel 45 Lansing San Francisco wooden walls and honey locust trees frame aStreet, central Drawing on the concept of an open air chapel, space of contemplation. A smooth stone platform invites curved wooden walls and honey locust trees frame a central space of standing, sitting, or lying with the sky as the focal point. contemplation. A smooth stone platform invites standing, sitting, or lying with the sky as the focal point.


Wanted: Theability abilitytotoenable enable solutions for underserved Wanted: The solutions for underserved communities withinthe the realm of deep pocketed communities within realm of deep pocketed development development planning. How can a direct relationship planning. How can a direct relationship be established between those that have between the funds those and thethat marginalized? be established have the funds and Above: ConfigurableAbove: Community Spaces are proposed for the the marginalized? Configurable Community Hunters Point Shipyard. Spaces are proposed for the Hunters Point Shipyard.

Hannah HannahDominick Dominick MLA MLA

hannah.dominick@berkeley,edu


Robert Glass Robert Glass MLA MLA

rcglass85@gmail.com

My work attempts to shape public space forfor individuals My work attempts to shape public space individuals to to connect with their surrounding environments order connect with their surrounding environments in orderinto engage to engage synergic social and ecological interaction. synergic social and ecological interaction.


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thesis focuses on4 identifying opportunities for comspatial themes by use MyMy thesis focuses on3 identifying 0 1 2 5 opportunities 6 7 8 for 9community 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 munity stability in small, rural towns in the mountainous stability in small, rural towns in the mountainous West. work comes a community visioning scenario innnovation revitalization revitalization scenario scenario scenario innnovation innnovation scenario West. ThisThis work comes fromfrom a community visioning charette in a small town in California, designed to help charette in a small town in California, designed to help kick-start a larger community planning process. [Credit: kick-start a larger community planning process. [Credit:Meghan Sharp, Melissa Smith, AlyssaMachle, Machle,Lauren Lauren Stahl, Stahl, Robert Glass] Meghan Sharp, Melissa Smith, Alyssa Glass]

Karuna KarunaGreenberg Greenberg EnvironmentalPlanning Planning MLA Environmental karuna.greenberg@gmail.com


EL A N D S C A P E I N F R A S T R U C T U R E evolving beyond conceptualizations of fear, utility, Nicole Horn ideology and narrative -

MLA, MCP

we now conceive of landscapes as productive and socially-bound fragments of a larger whole.

evolving beyond conceptualizations of fear, utility, ideology and Nicole Horn narrative MLA/MCP we now conceive of landscapes asnicole.horn@gmail.com productive and sociallybound fragments of a larger whole.


Thresholds of Light - a dynamic experience set within a Thresholds of Light - a dynamic experience set within a meadow meadow of ornamental grasses, moving from absence of ornamental grasses, moving from absence of light to of light exposure. to complete exposure complete

Kenya KenyaHuezo Huezo MLA MLA

kenyahuezo@gmail.com


Margot Jacobs Margot Jacobs MLA MLA

margot.rose.jacobs@gmail.com

Asaadesigner, designer, artist, researcher, I strive to combine As artist, andand researcher, I strive to combine analysis analysis with innovative and creative solutions. My work with innovative and creative solutions. My work places ritual places ritual of and creation place at these the fore, and creation place at theof fore, using coreusing concepts as these core concepts as a vehicle to raise awareness issues a vehicle to raise awareness about critical environmental about critical environmental issues and stewardship. . and stewardship.


I am interested in contaminated and landscape how landscape I am interested in contaminated sitessites and how designers can be involved in the remediation redesign designers can be involved in the remediation and and redesign of of these spaces. In myI work, I try to investigage both the these spaces. In my work, try to investigate both the physical physical of breakdown of the toxicas components as well as breakdown the toxic components well as creative interpretation methods formethods visualizing process. the process. creative interpretation forthe visualizing

Jesse Jesse Jones Jones MLA MLA

jessemmjones@gmail.com


Gar-Yin Lee Gar-Yin Lee

MLA, BS Horticulture

MLA

garyin@gmail.com

fromin top left:and photoshop collage; design, 2nd place, Iclockwise am interested habitat plant community historical San Franciscorestoration, Garden Club Competition 2009 & 2010 garden design, and learning spaces. (2009 shown);from Habeas Corpus Memorial and2nd Demonclockwise top left: photoshop collage; place, San stration Plaza Francisco Gardenmodel. Club Competition 2009 & 2010 (2009 shown); Interested habitatMemorial & plant community design, Plaza historiHabeasinCorpus and Demonstration model cal restoration, garden design, and learning spaces.


Upper and Left:ambiguity Resurfacing Hybridity blendLincoln us into Park, nature.SF Lower Left: Ebb & Flow, Hunters Point, SF Textural Robot Experiment topRight: left: Resurfacing Lincoln Park bottom left: Ebb & Flow, Hunters Point, SF above right: Textural Robot Experiment

Yu-Chung Li Yu-Chung Li

MLA UC Berkeley; MSc in Urbanism TU Delft

MLA

hyperain@gmail.com


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I endeavor to explore the intersection between conI endeavor to explore the intersection between contemporary temporary urban projects and traditional site-specific urban projects and traditional site-specific designs. Our designs.need Ourto increasing need to acknowledge increasing acknowledge climate change andclimate climate change and climate based habitats opens up a of based habitats opens up a world of undertakings and world exciting undertakings and exciting challenges. challenges.

Erin ErinMurray Murray Master of Landscape Architecture MLA erinmurray@gmail.com


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The arefrom frommy mythesis, thesis, which explores Theabove above images images are which explores ways in ways in which small-scale, incremental landscape and which small-scale, incremental landscape and urban design urban designcan interventions can catalyze neighborhood interventions catalyze neighborhood revitalization in Detroit revitalization in shrinking My career goal is to design and other shrinking cities. cities. My career goal is to practice practice design development as a community development tool that and as a community tool that builds social capital builds social capital and place attachment.place attachment.

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Throughout graduate school and building my previous career, I’ve sought Throughout graduate school and building on myon previous to merge ecological function with forward-thinking design. Working across career, I’ve sought to merge ecological function with forwardscales, I engage withacross both site detail and environmental thinking design. Working scales, I engage with both site planning. I look forward to bringing intentional, strong design river restoration, urban detail and environmental planning. I look forward to to bringing stormwater management, and natural areas. intentional, strong design to river restoration, urban stormwater management and natural areas.

Catherine CatherineSherraden Sherraden Master of Landscape Architecture MLA catsherraden@yahoo.com


Adrienne Smith MLA, MArch

I work at the intersection of landscape and architecture, and am interested in opportunities to design for recovery. My thesis investigates both ecological and psychological forms of restoration, proposing a phytoremediation plan for a veterans columbarium.


Brief Description of work career goals Whether testing aquaculture inand/or a public park or recreating a top left: entering the starscape starry night for downtown San Francisco, I work to create Brief Description of work and/or career goals top site plan,the starscape, san francisco top right: left: entering starscape surprising, engaging and delightful experiences. bottom: section through the starscape

top right: site plan, starscape, san francisco bottom: section through the starscape

Your Name Lauren StahlSta Lauren Your Nam Degree Program (MLA,Lauren EP, BA) M MLA

Degree Your Program (MLA, EP, B Email Address lestahl@gmail.c Your Email Addre lestahl@gm


Hunters Point Naval Shipyard, San Francisco Alexis Steinerdrydock Opos Top left | Historic + pumphouse, view to Bay Bridge Bottom left | Bosque of Cherry Trees + outdoor gallery space MLA Right | Site plan for a Heritage Park at drydocks 3 & 4. Art programs for youth, display spaces, performance + adaptive reuse of buildings and site materials.

Hunters Point Alexis Naval Shipyard, San Francisco Steiner Opos top left | Historic drydock + pumphouse, view to Bay Bridge MLA, UC Berkeley | BA Urban Planning, UC San Diego bottom left | Bosque of Cherry Trees + outdoor gallery space alexis.opos@gmail.com right | Site plan for a Heritage Park at drydocks 3 & 4. Art programs for youth, display spaces, performance + adaptive reuse of buildings and site materials.


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strategy for the redevelopment the Hunters MyMy strategy for the redevelopment of theofHunters Point Point Shipyards in San Francisco was to capitalize on existShipyards in San Francisco was to capitalize on existing ing infrastructure by bringing infrastructure by bringing shipping shipping containerscontainers & industrial&jobs to industrial jobs to the shipyards, commemorate WWII the shipyards, commemorate the WWII effort with thethe creation with the memorial park and to use bio & of aeffort memorial parkcreation and useof bioa & phyto-remediation abate contamination. phyto-remediation to abate contamination.

Alexis Alexis Ward Ward

MLA 3D

MLA

alexisfward@gmail.com


Undergraduate Class of 2011 Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning Sample work from Sharon Choi

Mckenna Cole

sharonnchoi@yahoo.com mckenna.amelia@gmail.com

Susan Lau

lsusan@gmail.com

Morgan Petrovich

mpetrovich@berkeley.edu


Sharon Choi Sharon Choi BA Architecture BALandscape Landscape Architecture sharonnchoi@yahoo.com

Sunset Elementary Sunset School,Elementary San Francisco School, San Francisco This schoolyard design is based of raised This schoolyard design is based on on thethe ideaidea of raised platforms platforms andmade structures, made to imitatestrategically treehouses, and structures, to imitate treehouses, located strategically located around the schoolyard as follies inaround the schoolyard as follies inside a more dense, natural side a more dense, natural woodland periphery without woodland periphery without compromising visibility and function. compromising visibility and function.


The departmenthere here has given the opportunity to The department has given me me the opportunity to integrate integrate my of two lovesand of science and design. my two loves science design. Next year I will Next attend the year I willSchool be attending theatGraduate School to of pursue Designa Graduate of Design Harvard University Master of Landscape at Harvard UniversityArchitecture. to pursue a Masters in Landscape Architecture.

McKenna Cole McKenna Cole Bachelor of BA ArtsLandscape in Landscape Architecture Architecture mckenna.amelia@gmail.com


Susan Lau Susan Lau BA BA

Landscape Architecture

lsusan@gmail.com

I entered landscape architecture wanted to to marry I entered landscape architecturebecause because II wanted marry my passion for art and my passion for science my passion for art and my passion for science with a heaping with a heaping serving giving back toMy thegoal community. serving of giving back toofthe community. is to use my My goal is to use my extensive knowledge of software, extensive knowledge of software, traditional mediums and traditional mendiums and design knowledge to build design to build better open spaces for people to inhabit. better open spaces for people to inhabit.


I aminterested interestedinindesigning designingand andexecuting executingprojects projectsthat thatpromote promote I am imagination and creativity while solving social, spatial, and imagination and creativity while solving social, spatial, and ecological problems. I hope to to create public andand private spaces that ecological problems. I hope create public private spaces inspire people to be more aware of and present within their surthat inspire people to be more aware of and present within their roundings by utilizing the interaction of plants and geometries in surroundings by utilizing the interaction of plants and geometries the built environment. in the built environment.

Morgan MorganPetrovich Petrovich

B.A. BA Landscape Architecture mpetrovich@berkeley.edu


2011 Graduates Book  

Collective portfolio of the 2011 graduates of UC Berkeley's Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning program.

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