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Portfolio Landscape Architectural Works by Wiilliam Pearce


FIJI EX-SITU

Ministry for the Environment: Land Use Patterns, Koordinates, Linz, Google Maps, UFCC

Land Use:

Horticulture Agriculture Residential & Forestry

Provisions:

Martinborough Village: A New Home in the Pacific

NZ | Connection between areas of Residential and low skill employment oppurtunity in the Wairarapa and Urban areas of the wellington region

Vineyards Sheep & Beef Housing

Orchards

Residential & Industrial

Factory Work Fin Fish

Housing

Dairying

Pine tree

Fishing

Ports

Paraparaumu Population: 49,000

Highway

Masterton Population: 23,000

Crayfish

Apartments

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Colin Mcahon Parihaka Triptych: This artist utilized sybomlogy to bring together Chistian and Maori Spiritual worlds. The way this was applied to tie in certain events made his work part of the Narrative

Uncanny similarities Between Fijian + Maori Cultures

Enabled and empowered Traditions through People Placement Unlocking Land Potential

Taking Responsibiliy For Climate Change

Changing Perspectives about Migration Emergence of Positive Actions Envisioning Potentials Rather than Mitigating Risks.


Martinborough Village: A New Home in the Pacific

Promoting Strength in unity for the Pacific


Martinborough Village: A New Home in the Pacific

CONSTRUCTION AND USE SECTION


Mauri Flax Matt.

Ranges, Pasture, River, and Sea Humble scars reveal to me Life by knowledge begins to breathe A forgotten valley a constant Breeze Emerald green flats are sawn and mown Brown floods keep stagnant flowin’ Crops and Manuka seeds are sown The Crying cliffs are mightily Blown Around the streets we recognize the faces But through the towns can’t distinguish places Tiny gems remain free as intrepid traces Parallel Ruamahanga lie the journey laces Beside the river a youth undertakes tradition A harakeke weave is embedded intuition The frail leaves bind strong through fission The youth can’t yet see but feels the partition


Zoning Strategy Zoning Strategy

Seasonal Agriculture Strategy

Seasonal Agriculture Strategy

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Storage Ponds.

for Stored used on mixed-use Seasonal water Cultural power driving a pushSeasonal Strategy Agriculture pastures within buffer zones water quality and riverside housing.

Flood Mitigation Artificial Water Cultural power driving a push for Agriculture Strategy Seasonal Ponds. Storage water quality and riverside housing.

This environment will encourage social activities such as swimming, walking, boating and fishing.

new strategy connect bitats Across the ey

Zoning Strategy

Recorded Rainfall (mm)

Seasonal Agriculture Strategy

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This environment social Water will encourage Mitigation Artificial Flood Storage as such Ponds. activities swimming, walking, fishing. boating Structure District Keyand 60 40 20

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This environment Ruamahanga River will encourage social activities such as swimming, walking, boating and fishing.

The new strategy will connect Habitats Across the Valley

Stored water used on mixed-use Seasonal pastures within buffer zones

Recorded Rainfall (mm) 100

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Seasonal Agriculture Strategy Jun

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Stored water used on mixed-use Seasonal pastures within buffer zones

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Key District Structure Tararua Rangers

Ruamahanga River

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Flat Point

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Gladstone

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Tararua Rangers Eastern Hills Flat Point

Original Urban Pattern

Moana such as trout r Gladstone mud fish and eels

Current Urban Pattern

Original Urban Pattern

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Original Urban Pattern

Example of Re-Zoning Near Gladstone

Riparian Planting

Desired Urban Pattern

Current Urban Pattern Current Urban Pattern

Desired Urban Pattern

Desired Urban Pattern

River Conjulence

Riparian Planting

Riparian Planting

New Residential Zone

Cleansing Storage Lake

Grazing

River Conjulence River Conjulence

Original Land use Condition: Eucalyptus Forestry and Grazing

ucalyptus Forestry and Grazing Mapping New Zones

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Cleansing Storage Lake

Cleansing Storage Lake

New Residential Zone

New Residential Zone

Original Land use Condition:

Original Land use Condition:


Tararua Rangers Masterton

Carterton Featherston

Gladstone Greytown

Wairarapa Moana

Martinborough

Flat Point

Lake Ferry

Cape Palliser


Technical Details: Lookout Structure and Wetland Terraces

Carterton District plan: Mauri Flax Matt

Suspension Structure Base Detail Section at AA:

Landing Detail Section:

Concrete Fill

Welded Corten Sheet

Constructional Wooden Posts

Jolt Heads

Galvanized Steel I Beam

Timber Constructional Panel

Corten Weld Join Galvanized Steel Bolt

Scale: 1:10 Stair Landings and Decking Axonometric Detail: Welded Railing Posts

Scale: 1:5

Joists

Decking

Lookout and Wetland Construction Section (AA):

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Corten Structural Framing

Marsh Plant Structure:

Timber Steps

Large Specialized 1 Piece Wooden Beams

Scale: 1:20 D2 Concrete Footing for Corten Framing

Wetland Outlet

Nesting Bank

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Carterton District plan: Mauri Flax Matt

ZONE 1: Carterton

Attractions

Key

- Waiohine Gorge

Ground cover Native

Exotic

Scrubland

Argriculture

Waterways

Roads

Ecological corridor Corridoor

Seasional Farming

100m Buffer Zone

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Attractions

- Glastone School

- Southern Crossing

- Gladstone Vineyard

- Carterton School

- Gladstone Pub

- South End School

- Crying Cliffs

- Carrington Park

- Stone henge

Sites

Sites

-Sparks Park

-Carters Scenic Reserve -Hurunui O Rangi Marae

-Fensham Reserve Site of importance

Attractions

-Sewerage Ponds -Mangaterere Stream -Memorial Square

-Te Uru Uru Stream Conjulence -Anzac Memorial Road Section -Korarau Dam -Ruamahanga River

-SH 2 Roadside

-Private Kahikatea Block

- Tarauras

Lifestyle blocks Native river Valley

Urban


ZONE 2: Gladstone

Attractions

ZONE 3: Flat Point

- Honey Comb Rocks - Flat Point - Coastline Gathering - Cultural Land

Sites

Te Uru Uru Pa Flat point Maori Coastal Land Flat Point Maori Valley Land Honeycomb Rocks Walk

Vineyards Pine Forestry

Willow Gladstone Intensive Farming Wetlands

Flat Point

AERIAL TENDENCIES: 1:4000


Korarau Masterplan:

Secondary track

Loop Boardwalk Main Entrance Flood Gates Bathing Structure

New Residential Access

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Mauri Bridge

Head Island

Lookout

Swamp Walkway

Scale: 1:5000

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Carterton District plan: Mauri Flax Matt


Paekakariki Dune Reclamation: Breaking Boxes

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Water Body

Wetland Planting

Silver Birch

Montane Forest

Kahikatea Forest

Existing Path Ruining Backdune Dynamic


Queen Queen Elizabeth Elizabeth Reserve Reserve

Historical Historical Pa Pa Site Site

Agricultural Agricultural Land Land

Historical Historical Rangers Rangers Residence Residence

Surf Surf Club Club

Old Old Marine Marine Barracks Barracks

Iwi Iwi Own Owned ed Holid Holiday ay Park Park

Paek iki akariki Paekakar

Site Site Progression Progression Path Path

Access Access Paths Paths

Place Place and and Site Site Progression: Progression:

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Proposed Football Football Ground Ground Proposed


Paekakariki Dune Reclamation: Breaking Boxes

Section AA 1:100

“ Pla c e M a ki ng ”

KEY SPECIES:

PUKEKO

KERERU

INAGA

Franch inspired graphics:

FANTAIL

WHITEBAIT

TUI

WATERFOWL

PIED SHAG

COPPER BUTTERFLY

GREY DUCK

COPPER SKINK

THE LEGEND OF KUPE According to legend, when the ancestor Kupe arrived in New Zealand there was only one island. He created the North and South islands by standing on the ground and pushing his feet apart. Kapiti Island is named after this event: its name in full is Te Kapiti Waewae (legs spread apart). This structure is called Rua Motutere Lookout, it represents the two islands of New Zealand. You are currently standing under the southern alps. Powhenwa depicting Kupe (left.) Depiction of Kupes arrival (Right)

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“ Pla c e M a ki ng ”

Section BB 1:20 KEY SPECIES:

PUKEKO

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FANTAIL

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PIED SHAG

COPPER BUTTERFLY

GREY DUCK

COPPER SKINK

KINGFISHER

DESIGN FOR PERCEPTION CHANGE: TROUT BRINGING BIRDS INTO VIEW OF USERS

VEGETATING RIVER MARGINS INCREASING WATER QUALITY

WOODEN ELEMENTS FOR SHAG LOOKOUTS

ISLANDS OR CAREX SECTA BRINGING WATERFOWL

GRASSY BANKS FOR DUCK ACCESS USING MEULANBECHIA COMPLEXA AROUND BACKDUNE PATHS TO BRING COPPER BUTTERLY IN

RIVER ACCESS FOR WHITEBAITERS AND FISHERMAN

REGENERATING THE FOREDUNE FOR EROSION PROTECTION AND DUNE SYSTEM REGENRATION

VEGETATION TYPOLOGIES:

DESIGN FOR PERCEPTION CHANGE: BRINGING BIRDS INTO VIEW OF USERS

BACK DUNE Section CC 1:20

WOODEN ELEMENTS FOR SHAG LOOKOUTS

DUNE FLATS

RIVER MARGINS

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Island Bay Resilience: Planting Seeds


Island Bay Resilience: Planting Seeds


I went to the river but I don’t know why. Saw some strangled bends struggling, slow, shallow and wide. Poplar, willow and blackberry Have Deep Roots in its Side. Just like some bored Nga Tahu boys who’ve come to glide. At the Old Manu Spot They Survey this Old travelling reside. I walked on, saw the mangled bank and Green pastures battle. Perched on that gold-grey grass levee heard a Fast Car Rattle. Still and Below The Ruamahanga Grey Wacke Shone Bright While water lapped dry Lupin and Algae in Harsh Sunlight. Inside a Smelly poolside cafe the swimming people hide. Away from the dry lipped sun hailing down from the sky. The stinging water Stayed Deserted Where Mrs Macs dog Died. ‘Cause in some way people mostly just flock to life.

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