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C O N T E N T S C U R R I C U L U M V I TA E  1 RESIDENTIAL2 COMMERCIAL / MIXED-USE 9 INSTITUTIONAL15 PA R K S / P U B L I C R E A L M  18 T R A N S P O R TAT I O N  2 6


C U R R I C U L U M V I TA E

Vonn received his bachelor’s degree from University of the Philippines in 2008, same year he moved to UAE to practice landscape architecture. His involvement in large projects in UAE and the Middle East gave him opportunities to work with different disciplines. This allowed him to gain a broad insight in landscape design. His key strengths include gathering of site data and analysis of site condition; preparation of master plans, presentation materials; detail design, final contract documents, cost estimates and specifications.

PROFESSIONAL HISTORY 2012 – Present Landscape Architect Cracknell, Dubai, UAE 2008 – 2012 Junior Landscape Architect Parsons International Limited, Dubai, UAE

2008 Landscape Architect Green Nature Landscaping Llc, Dubai, UAE 2004 Landscape Architect Trainee ldefonso P. Santos + Associates Pasig City, Philippines EDUCATION Bachelor of Landscape Architecture University of the Philippines Diliman AFFILIATIONS University of the Philippines Alumni Association - UAE Chapter (Member-2008 to present) University of the Philippines Circle of Landscape Architecture Students (Member 2002 to 2008) SKILLS • • • • Excellent in presentation techniques such as drafting, hand sketching, color rendering, and graphic design for presentation materials Advanced knowledge in AutoCAD, Adobe Creative Suite, SketchUp and MS Office. Well acquainted in materials and building technology. Concept to detail design involvement including coordinating with other consultants, production of drawings and specifications.

YSMAEL VONN V. BANTAY Contact Information phone +971-50-429-6027 email yvbantay@gmail.com

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RESIDENTIAL


5 RECEPTION COURT

terminus to processional drive and stage to palace, elaborate planting, fountains, pavements overwhelm senses intoxicating visitors, monumental scale provides arena for ceremonial events ornamental planting meticulously structured provides dressing to palace, pattern reminiscent of work produced by master textile craftsman, colour and fragrances stimulate notion of paradise synthesis of tropical spirit and classic geometry, a space that can be formal or fun, that can accommodate business engagements or relaxation, elevated pavilions provide a vantage point to take in views and infinity edge to engage with the sea set within the mangrove canopy to create impression of floating, laid out to entice a desire to explore, punctuated by pavilions to offer respite and retreat, material finish and colour to provide synergy with natural world

a continuation of the architectural language played out by planting, fountains and pavilions, a relaxed approached that addresses the waters of the gulf and the planting of the oasis, a private garden

6 PARTERRE GARDEN

14 COASTAL BOARDWALK

radiating outwards from the lotus garden into the oasis, unity is created, through the garden, over the lake, to the edge of the gulf and towards the hilltop pavilion, a timber board walk reminiscent of a jetty or pier defined by the geometry of the lotus garden, feed by the waters of the cascades, a lagoon is made, fringed by lush lawns, bone white sands and pockets of tropical planting, a place to soak up the suns rays, lounge in cool waters, a paradise found water - the essence of life, splashing over moss cover rocks, interspersed with lush ferns and tropical plants, the sounds and smells stimulate notion of paradise located above the canopy line, the hilltop pavilion captures the evening breezes, offers perspective over the lake, oasis and gulf, proportioned to human scale, detailed to portray simple elegance, a place to gather, a place to share meandering trail through the oasis, an opportunity to enjoy the palace grounds, the fruits of the land, to rejuvenate your senses,

7 POOL TERRACE

15 BLUE LAGOON

8 CANOPY WALK

16 THE CASCADES

17 HILLTOP PAVILION

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18 OASIS WALK

19 MANAGEMENT AND STAFF ACCOMMODATION 20 FAMILY PALACE 21 GUEST PALACE 22 PRIVATE PALACE 9 10

SECTION THROUGH PALM OASIS

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LANDSCAPE MASTER PLAN ABU ALABYAD PALACE 4 ABU ALABYAD, ABU DHABI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES ABU ALABYAD PALACE C/o Parsons Overseas Limited

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GHTING RUWAIS PALACE RUWAIS, ABU DHABI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES C/o Parsons Overseas Limited

MASTERPLAN - NIGHT SHOT

32 NOI

SECTION THROUGH SUN ENTRY COURT

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- Play Area Perspective - Overall Plan

SAADIYAT CONSTRUCTION VILLAGE SAADIYAT ISLAND, ABU DHABI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES C/o Parsons Overseas Limited

- Main Entrance Aerial Perspective

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SHOW HOMES AT AL ZAHIA SHARJAH, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES C/o Cracknell

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MANGUBAT RESIDENCE AYALA-ALABANG, MUNTINLUPA CITY, PHILIPPINES C/o La Terre Est Vivant

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VILLA IN PALAM JUMEIRAH

VILLA IN ARABIAN RANCHES

VARIOUS VILLA PROJECTS DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES C/o Green Nature Landscaping LLC

VILLA IN EMIRATES HILLS

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COMMERCIAL / MIXED-USE


THE BEACH AT JBR JUMEIRAH BEACH RESIDENCES, DUBAI UNITED ARAB EMIRATES C/o Cracknell

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JBR THE WALK AND PLAZAS REFURBISHMENT JUMEIRAH BEACH RESIDENCES, DUBAI UNITED ARAB EMIRATES C/o Cracknell

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THE DUBAI MALL - FASHION AVENUE EXPANSION DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES C/o Cracknell

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CONCEPT PLAN- The Beach Walk

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BEACH

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BEACH WALK BIKE PATH PARKING

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THE BEACH WALK

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A PROMENADE BEACH PROMENADE BEACH WALK PLANTER BIKE PATH PROMENADE PARKING

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PARKING

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derway, access road, cycle tracks, sikkas and onto to the greater privately road network enabling flexible and varied means of access ite. The for the community and visitors alike. Business rmances Major links between the pedestrian priority access road sea links and greater road network have been strengthened and dge that enhanced to further facilitate ease of access. Designated eek and B 24 4 23 22 21 20 19 18 17

Key plan

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parking facilities are located at these link roads to encourage off site parking, limit the impact of vehicle 8 along the beach avilions. front and encourage pedestrian focused access. 7

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Focus at this point is divided between the coastal edge and the adjoining land areas, special treatment is D provided to re-link the fort, mosque, and palm groves to the waters 6 edge ensuring that the history, culture and religion of Sohar is celebrated together with it natural value. Food & beverage outlets, community amenities, barbeque 3 shelters, 4 picnic facilities and shaded community seating areas are located rhythmically along the beach front being carefully interwoven with the pockets of public open space, private plots and movement links creating a vibrant, user friendly environment. Groves of broad leaf trees and palms reinforce the structure 5

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of the public open spaces, provide shelter and help to 11 Sohar coastline development is an ambitious project for the Sultanate of Oman demonstrating and promoting convey the sublime tropical setting that unveils itself 12 the before natural aspects of identified Sohar coastline via designed intervention to its land-sea interface. the users. 9 Fisherman’s wharves and boat landing 5 points are strategically located to maintain the communities’ link promote and harness the naturalvital aspects with the sea ensuring the social history is retained. 10 13

To of identified Sohar Coastal area, the concept dwells on adding variety to the linear stretch, securing the coastline linear stretch and influx of diverse experience and activities catering all age groups. The proposal integrates with the surrounding development and supports C the Legend coastal activities. 1 2 3 4 5 Shade Structures Promenade Walk Amphitheatre COMMERCIAL HUB Scenic Boardwalk Multipurpose Gathering Area A. Aerial Perspective of Park

BEACH

MARINA PARK D. View of Plaza Conceptual Design Report |

Conceptual Design Report BEACH AND HERITAGE CORRIDOR

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Sohar Coastal Development May 2011 6

Conceptual Design Report

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Sohar Coastal Development May 2011 5 Conceptual Design Report

Sohar Coastal Development May 2011 9

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Sohar Coastal Development May 2011 12

SOHAR COASTAL DEVELOPMENT SOHAR, MUSCAT, SULTANATE OF OMAN C/o Parsons Overseas Limited

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INSTITUTIONAL


NEW COLLEGE OF PHARMACY EDUCATION CITY, DOHA, QATAR


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shaded footpath

edge planting

parking

road

parking

edge planting

tram

two way bicycle path

planting edge

shaded footpath

service corridor

Landscape Design Option 2 A

service corridor Landscape Design Option 2

ion A edge planting

shaded footpath

road

mound

two way bicycle path

edge planting

two way bicycle path

shaded footpath

shade structure type 1 service corridor seating area Conceptual Design Report Landscape Design Option 2 June 2011

Contract 1 - One Way | Abu Dhabi, UAE

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existing park

service corridor

service corridor

CONTRACT 1 ABUDesign DHABI, onceptual Report ontract 1 - One Way | Abu Dhabi, UAE UNITED ARAB EMIRATES C/o Parsons Overseas Limited

Section B

feature paving

shade tree palm shade structure type 2 service corridor planting strip Conceptual Design Report

Contract 1 - One Way | Abu Dhabi, UAE

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June 2011 June 2011

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SH HO ER TE L A TO N

MA RIN AW ALK PAT TER N GRAVEL

RAMP FOR DISABLE

STEPPED PLAZA C B STEPPED PLANTER

VEHICULAR ACCESS VEL GRA

RAISED PED. CROSSING

BOLLARDS

M WA ARIN LK A

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SHADOW PATTERN

SH HO ER MA TEL ATON R

WALKWAY GRAVEL

MID-DAY SUN

JEWELS TOWERS

FRBOEAC HO H TELNT

DORR

A BAY

A TO L BA WE TE R EN

JUMEIRAH LAKE TOWERS INTERCHANGE

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DORRA BAY LEGEND

J B UM RE EACHEIRA SID H EN CE

SEP 2009

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CANAL EAST MORNING SUN

CONTRACT R659-11 R659-11 R659-11 JUMEIRAH LAKE TOWERS INTERCHANGE, DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES MORNING SHADOW

WALK

CANAL

WALK Canal Plaza

WA

S JEWELR TOWE S

JBR

WA

C/o Parsons Overseas Limited

P RAM BLE DISA FOR

L A N AA L K C W RA BAY

ULAR VEHIC ESS ACC

DUBAI MARINA CANAL

RAMP FOR DISABLE

VEHICULAR ACCESS

WALKWAY

BOLLARDS

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DUBAI MARINA CANAL WEST EVENING SUN

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ANALYSIS COMPREHENSIVESITE IMPROVEMENTS JUMEIRAH BEACH ZAYED ROAD OF SHEIKH RESIDENCE

EXI STI NG PAV ING

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JBR L

B ARDS BOLL WAY WALK A ED STEPP TER PLAN

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S HOHERA T E L TON

M EXIS

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W A L K N

CANA

EXISTIN FROM MAR TO CA

DUBAI MARINA CANAL

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DUBAI MARINA CANAL

FULL DAY SHADOW ZONE

EXISTIN FROM CAN RESI MAR P PE CONNECT MARINA CANAL WA -SIDE R

SEP 2009

JUMEIRAH LAKE TOWERS INTERCHANGE

COMPREHENSIVE IMPROVEMENTS OF SHEIKH ZAYED ROAD

SEP 2009

JUMEIRAH LAKE TOWERS INTERCHANGE

COMPREHENSIVE IMPROVEMENTS OF SHEIKH ZAYED ROAD

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(EPDM)

MULTIPURPOSE PLAYCOURTS

coronaria

GROUNDCOVER

GRASS/GROUNDCOVER Vinca rosea pacifica ‘white ‘

LE STRUCTURE OVER LAY EQUIPMENT Agave americana Rhoeo spathacea Ruellia ciliosa

OTS WITH TRUCTURE Paspalum vaginatum Carissa grandiflora Carpobrotus edulis

SHRUBS Catharanthus roseus Gazania rigens

Adenium obesum

Clerodendron inerme

Leucophyllum frutescens

Thevetia peruviana

CHILDREN’S PLAY LOT CONCEPTUAL DESIGN February 2012 PLAN

Jasminium officinale

Rhoeo spathacea

Sesevium portulcastrum

Vinca sp.

Wedelia trilobata

GEWAY

UTILITY

NEIGHBORHOOD PARK

SERVICE ROAD

Al Athaiba Street Landscape

TYPICAL AREA 3 OPT.2

AL ATHAIBA STREET LANDSCAPE CONCEPTUAL DESIGN Landscape reet haiba St Al AtFebruary 16 2012 AL ATHAIBA, MUSCAT, AREA 4 Details OPT.2 MUSCAT, OMAN SULTANATE OF OMAN Clerodendron inerme Leucophyllum frutescens Thevetia peruviana PROPOSED PALM PROPOSED TREE SHRUB / GROUNDCOVER

SECTION OF NEIGHBORHOOD PARK THROUGH Z-Z’

um obesum

C/o Parsons Overseas Limited

Athaiba Street Landscape LANDSCAPE CORRIDOR

TY PIC AL AR EA 5 OP T.2 SHRUB 2.0m WIDE FOOTPATH

SEASONAL

MUSCAT, OMAN

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CONCEPTUA Febru

MUSCAT,

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WALKIN CIRCUI

FLOWE GROUN

TRANSI PAVING

GRASS

SHRUB

EXISTI FOOTP

SHADE

GRAVE

SMALL LARGE

DETAIL 3

PALM

PA R S O N S

SIKKA

PALMS

COMMUNITY PARK (NOT IN SCOPE) GRAVEL

GROUNDCOVER

PERIPHERAL ROAD WALKING/JOGGING CIRCUIT WALKING/JOGGING CIRCUIT

SEATING AREA

GRASS

SMALL TREES

SHRUBS FLOWERING GROUNDCOVERS GRAVEL FLOWERING GROUNDCOVER

OPEN SPACES

GROUNDCOVER

SMALL TREES/ LARGE SHRUB

PLAZAS WITH SHADED SEATING

LAWN AREAS INTEGRATING PARK & ADJACENT OPEN SPACE WITH THE OVERALL LANDSCAPE DEVELOPMENT

RAISED PEDESTRIAN CROSSOVERS

SECTOR E-19 E-19 DETAILS. 5 ABU DHABI, PA R S O N S UNITED ARAB EMIRATES C/o Parsons Overseas Limited

Possibility of integrating the community park with adjacent open spaces with overall landscape development.

PERIPHERAL ROAD

SEE DETAIL 3 SHADE TREES PALM TREES SMALL TREES

PLAZA WITH SHADED SEATING AND WATERFEATURES

SEE DETAIL 1

PERIPHERAL PARK SYSTEM

GROUNDCOVER

SEE DETAIL 2

DETAIL 4

PLOTS

DETAIL 4

PARK (NOT IN SCOPE)

NOT IN CONTRACT

E-19

MASTERPLAN.

PERIPHERAL PARK SYSTEM

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CIRCULATION COMMON AREAS PASSIVE RECREATION ACTIVE RECREATION 12

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MULTI-PURPOSE PLAY COURTS PICNIC AREA MULTI PURPOSE LAWN AREA PLAZA WITH WATER FEATURE FACILITY ROOM SECONDARY ENTRANCE BENCHES PARKING AREA 4 2 13

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CHILDREN’S PLAY AREA WITH SHADE

SECONDARY ENTRANCE

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PARKING AREA

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PLAZA WITH WATER FEATURE 7

MULTI PURPOSE LAWN AREA

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MULTI-PURPOSE PLAY COURTS

11 PARKING AREA

Z12 - P5

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TODDLERS’ PLAY AREA WITH SHADE

Conceptual Design Report

Z30 - P60 KEY PLAN

PLAZA / SEATING AREA

MAIN ENTRANCE

BARBEQUE AREA

FACILITY ROOM

PARKING AREA

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CIRCULATION

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ENTRANCES CIRCULATION COMMON AREAS

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Mohammed Bin Zayed City Parks

Conceptual Design Report

PASSIVE RECREATION ACTIVE RECREATION

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SIGN

CONCEPTUAL DESIGN 2

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PARKING AREA

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MAIN ENTRANCE WATER FEATURE FACILITY ROOM MULTI-PURPOSE LAWN AREA MULTI-PURPOSE PLAY COURTS TOILET BLOCK VENDING MACHINE SEATING AREA CHILDREN’S PLAY AREA WITH SHADE TODDLERS’ PLAY AREA WITH SHADE 10

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PICNIC AREA PRAYER ROOM BARBEQUE AREAS SECONDARY ENTRANCE PARKING AREA

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RAM

C/o Parsons Overseas Limited

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PARKING AREA

MOHAMMED BIN ZAYED CITY PARKS ABU DHABI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES CONCEPTUAL DESIGN

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ACTIVE RECREATION

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CIRCULATION

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CONCEPTUAL DESIGN

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PRAYER ROOM

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LEGEND

LEGEND

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BENCHES

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MAIN ENTRANCE WITH WATER FEATURE FACILITY ROOM MULTI PURPOSE LAWN AREA PICNIC AREA PLAZA / SEATING AREA CHILDREN’S PLAY AREA WITH SHADE COMMON AREAS PASSIVE RECREATION VENDING MACHINES N ENTRANCES

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TODDLERS’ PLAY AREA WITH SHADE

ACTIVE RECREATION

CONCEPTUAL DESIGN

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PRAYER ROOM MAIN ENTRANCE WITH WATER FEATURE FACILITY ROOM MULTI PURPOSE LAWN AREA PICNIC AREA PLAZA / SEATING AREA CHILDREN’S PLAY AREA WITH SHADE VENDING MACHINES TODDLERS’ PLAY AREA WITH SHADE MULTI-PURPOSE PLAY COURTS TOILET BENCHES PARKING AREA

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QUEZON CITY MEMORIAL CIRCLE QUEZON CITY, METRO MANILA, PHILIPPINES

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TRANSPORTATION


AL FAROOSIYAH INTERCHANGE MUSCAT, SULTANATE OF OMAN C/o Parsons Overseas Limited

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MAIN WATER FEATURE

Utility Building TO A BU D HA

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MAIN WATER FEATURE

Cascading water feature as focus at end of driveway Grand Entrance Gate

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Administration and Logistics Bldg Royal Terminal

ROYAL TERMINAL AND PLAZA

Existing tree plantation Presidential Flight Roundabout Royal driveway

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Plaza Water Feature

GRAND DRIVEWAY

VVIP A Parking BU DH

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Trees in formal pattern to strengthen the visual impact ’L A IRP

Reception Plaza BI INT Flag Display

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Plaza Edge Water Feature

L A N D S C A P E D E V E L OCascading P M E Nwater T P feature L A N (falaj) adds to the visual experience O P T I O N 2

MAIN WATER FEATURE

Main Water Feature

GRAND DRIVEWAY

P R E S I D E N T I A L F L I G H T T E R M I N A L

(RECEPTION) GATEWAY

PA R S O N S Security and Reception - facade treatments help to create a gateway Parking lot is shifted back to give space for palm trees & water feature to help dene the driveway

VIP Parking

APPROACH ROAD

Palm Oasis Central Processional Avenue

Linear & peripheral water feature helps to contain space at reception areas

CENTRAL PROCESSIONAL AVENUE

Close-up detail of front wall of Caravensarai enclosure

V I E W

2

Embankment Crown with Castellation

(RECEPTION) GATEWAY

Raised Planter Median with Seasonals Raised Feature Planters With Palms and Groundcovers

Roundabout treatment helps to dene entrance to the Presidential Flight Terminal

Security Walkway

Cross section thru terminal porch RECEPTION/ SECURITY

Reception and Security Block Intermediate Entrace Visitors’ Parking

“Falaj” Water Cascade APPROACH ROAD

APPROACH ROAD

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P R E S I D E N T I A L F L I G H T T E R M I N A L Grand Entrance Gate Existing tree plantation Presidential Flight Roundabout

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overall view

detailed view overall view perspective

detailed view

The production of textile products has evolved over thousands of years from the most basic items of utility into the most elaborate prestigious masterpieces. Flat weave floor rugs and trappings from the region successfully combine the qualities of utility, portability and ornamentation under the all-embracing Islamic religion. This option is derived from a simplified and abstracted zig-zag pattern, the pattern is said to represent birds the bringer of good news, happiness and love.

overall view perspective

uncovered zone 165.00

covered zone 410.00

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Henna or mehndi’s dynamic pattern and shapes will display a festive feel while passing through the tunnel. detailed view perspective The production of textile products has evolved over thousands of years from the most basic items of utility into the most elaborate prestigious masterpieces. Flat weave floor rugs and trappings from the region successfully combine the qualities of utility, portability and ornamentation under the all-embracing Islamic religion. This option is derived from a simplified and abstracted zig-zag pattern, the pattern WR01L2 GENERAL ELEVATION is said to represent birds the bringer of good news, happiness and love.

perspective

Since ancient times, the date palm has been a significant source of nutrition, shelter construction materials and medicinal uses.

Date palms are held in high regard among many religions of the world. It is specifically referred to 20 times in the Quran.

Prophet Muhammed’s mosque at Madinah was originally constructed from the use of the date palm.

UNDERPASS WALL TREATMENT COMPREHENSIVE IMPROVEMENTS OF THE PARALLEL ROADS R881-3B DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES BLOW-UP (OPEN AREA)

location map

D611L2

WR01L2 UNDERPASS WALL TREATMENT

OPTION 1

location map

BLOW-UP (SHADED AREA)

C/o Parsons Overseas Limited

R881-3B

COMPREHENSIVE IMPROVEMENTS OF THE PARALLEL ROADS R800-6 TREATMENT AREA 4,092 sq. m. BOQ SUPPLY RATE / COST AED 137.74 / AED 626,717.00

COST ESTIMATE

D611L2 UNDERPASS WALL TREATMENT

OPTION 1

UP2 UNDERPASS WALL TREATMEN

ESTIMATED SUPPLY RATE / COST

AED 398.68 / AED 1,813,993.75

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LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT phone +971.50.429.6027 email yvbantay@gmail.com


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