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WUTTIPORN “LEK” TAKSINVARAJARN I PORTFOLIO UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON BACHELORS IN LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE II 2012 CERTIFICATE IN URBAN DESIGN MINORS IN ARCHITECTURE & ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION WUTTIPORNT@GMAIL.COM


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LANDSCAPE I URBAN DESIGN

INFORMATIONAL GRAPHIC

DESIGN I BUILD

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storation Needs & Opportunities

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Goals and Tasks

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Active duty stationed at JBLM have a fairly broad spectrum of years of military service: roughly a third have less than 5 years of experience and more than half have less than ite has been disturbed by several factors including littering, inappropriate plant 10 years of military experience. Maximize the structural and compositional

val and soil compaction from loitering and recreational use of the site due to the STAGE STREAM OFin CONSCIOUSNESS ly used trails and its location a residential area. There are naturally-caused dis- OF EMERGENCY SEATTLE nces due to UBNA, the condition of existing soil. The soil is loamy and containsSEATTLE a high SPRING 2010 content, which could lead2010 to future erosion and is easily colonized by invasives SPRING he dominant Ranunculus repens (creeping buttercup). Water movement is another em for Yesler Creek, both on and off our site. Because of a water pipe backup sevyears back, Yesler Creek breached its historic boundaries and began to flood the raConsistent water movement has not been established since that time.

restoration project will increase the structural and compositional diversity of the t will also minimize the risk of soil erosion and compaction. The goal is to ine plant diversity and prevent future disturbance by humans, animals and invasive of active duty c plants.

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Condition Site Analysis

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YESLER CREEK RESTORATION SEATTLE,WASHINGTON WINTER - SPRING 2012

Incorporate nature art into the restoration design We have created a sailboat sculpture made out of willow branches. The DUPONT boat is designed to be degraded 64% naturally overtime. <3% King

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of active duty service members and their families live OFF-BASE.

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RESUME 4803 University View Pl NE, Seattle, WA 98105 

Wuttiporn Taksinvarajarn                                                        (206) 696‐ 6484 wuttipornt@gmail.com      EDUCATION   

University of Washington: Seattle, WA            Bachelor of Landscape Architecture                                                     Cumulative GPA: 3.59/4.0    Minor in Architecture, Ecological Restoration, and Urban Planning    Certificate in Urban Design    SKILL AND INTERESTS   

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Excellent in hand graphic skills; perspective drawing and watercolor  Working in team with multi cultures and disciplinary   Ability to interact with wide varieties of cultures, organizing and planning events.  Proficient in Adobe suits, Sketch up, AutoCAD  Proficient in Thai and English, Intermediate in Mandarin 

HONOR AND AWARD   

ASLA Honor Award in Community Service, Croatia Design and Build                           2011  WASLA Merit Award       Union Bay Natural Area Project                     2011    Croatia Design and Build Project                                                 2011    Ichio Ichie   WASLA Honor Award                           Sketchbooks  Gunilla and Jerry Finrow Endowed Fellowship Scholarship, University of Washington                          2010 ‐ 2011  Sakuma Scholarship, University of Washington                                               2011 ‐ 2012  Myer Wolfe Endowed Fund, University of Washington                                             2012 ‐ 2013    INTERNSHIP   

AECOM: Seattle, Washington                              01/2012 ‐ 03/2012   Designed informational brochure   Created graphic presentation        07/2009 ‐ 09/2011          P.L. Design: Bangkok, Thailand, www.pl‐design.com                                                                    Designed landscape for residential housing project   Visited and documented information on sites   Developed construction detailing and costing    Design and developed   Design 103 International Ltd: Bangkok, Thailand, www.d103group.com                                           06/2008 ‐ 08/2008   Surveyed the assigned site and made correction in the site’s plans    Researched possibilities to develop clients’ estate    RELATED EXPERIENCE        Landscape Architecture in Rome: Rome, Italy                                09/2011 – 12/2011   A studio focused on understandings of different culture and history of the place    China Village Studio: Fujian, Sichuan, China                                06/2011 – 08/2011   A service‐learning studio   Worked with government, Chinese students, and multidiscipline    Emphasized on urban design, historical preservation, and hazard mitigation    Croatia Design and Build: Rijeka, Croatia                                 10/2010 – 12/2010   ASLA Honor Award in Community Service, WASLA Merit Award    Collaborated design studio with local community to design and build therapeutic space    


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LANDSCAPE I URBAN DESIGN


STREAM OF CONSCIOUSNESS I 01

STREAM OF CONSCIOUSNESS LARCH 303 SPRING 2010 UNION BAY NATURAL AREA WASLA HONOR AWARD

Urban Flow Analysis

Ravenna Creek has the potential to meet Lake Washington through the Union Bay Natural Center (UBNA), but has suffered from piping and invisibility leaving people ignorant of the creekâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s critical role in stormwater management. Analyzing the site through historical maps, GIS and significant time on-site, we thought it was critical to reveal these histories and educate users about the power of human intervention in the urban form. We created three trails, The Power of Human Presence, The Stream of Consciousness, and Control and Cohabitation to engage and challenge users and by providing opportunities for education and reflection. The Stream of Consciousness emphasizes on the cleaning process and educating people.

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section a water run off is collected into sedimentation ponds, through the overland flow, and continuely to different tratment marsh cells, continuely along the drainage canal, pass on to wetland and is released back in the lake. This concept is inspired from Thronton Creek Quality Project .


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The north entrance I transitional edge where urban and nature meet

entry section I water cleansing process


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rain that should have fallen on lush forest now falls on thousands of miles of paved sufaces polluted by industrialized human use | humans who are born with nature now think they are above nature | to bring the stream back, conciousness must be awakened

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ten years growth

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present

upland habitat

the space provides an opportunity for one to observe the relationship and diversity in an ecological system mainly composed with tall trees such as conifers

grassland

walking on the meadering provide safety for vistors and allow one to ex


if dirty water can be cleaned, the human mind can be as well

observing humanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s effect on the water condition and seeing a way of treating the stormwater that allows us to partner with the nature

the entry perspective I reveal the cleansing process

like water, when you are in the right place, you emerge the path passing through upland area, grassland,and the wetland area, where people space out. the seemless slope path later rise up... to the outlook.

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g path, the grass requires mowing on the innerside to xperience grassland species

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emerging pasing through upland habitat and grassland, water slowly emerges to the marsh/swamp

emergent/wetland: Carex obnupta Scirpus acutus Gaultheria shallon


STREAM OF CONSCIOUSNESS I 01

Through wetland I flow,emerge, lookout ravenna outlook

the design of outlook is inspired by the community effort to restore ravenna creek back to the same condition. the UBNA site will be an end point for ravenna creek. as time passes and the ecological sytem becomes resilient in its condition, the floating island will connect with the outllook and form the shape of ravenna creek. this connection represents the success in restoration and bringing diversity to the site

constructed wetland

is an artificial marsh and swamp. it is part of the stormwater management process. opening up the emergent zone of the swamp, allowing the water to flow into lake

a floating island

is an effective tool in maintaining the health of the ponds and lakes. Plant roots help remove excess nutrients from water and create diverse habitat

section I outllok , over time the vegetation will be part of the outlook


10 years later in summer time

If water can be cleaned, the human mind can be as well

Meditation/reflection


REGRADE PARK I 02

REGRADE PARK BELLTOWN, SEATTLE, LARCH 302, WINTER 2010

Slucied form represents the history of Belltown, which once was regraded to expand the city of Seattle The pattern brings dynamic flow and flexibity to the space.The design would create transitional space, provide flexibility, and safety to the site. The dog park would bring constantly active space would reduce crime rate, and connect the diversity of society together.

The Past 1910 The topography of Belltown was radically altered by a series of regrades in the cityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 1st century of urban settlement

concept diagram inspired from the form of regrade histo

ry of Belltown .

The Present 2010 In recent decades Belltown has transformed from the low rent and semi art district into a neighborhood of trendy elements. Resulted the dramastic difference in the income. facing with of crime and homeless issue


The Future With the design,the dogs and flexibility of the space will help bring the community together and help remain the safety of the space. The place will serve as a transitional space bridging people from different races and income to share their common interest past I present I future perspective

plan I purposed green boulevard project


REGRADE PARK I 02

1.terrace mound dog frisbee

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night time perspective I users is a designer for the space I space could change into gathering space for community in the night time

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section 2 I ramp - swale -green street


TIANZHING HOUSING DEVELOPMENT I 03 STREAM OF CONSCIOUSNESS

TIANZHONG VILLAGE URBAN PLANNING STUDIO INDEPENDENT STUDY 2012 PROF. DAN ABRAMSON SEATTLE,WASHINGTON

This is an independent study which continue from the China Villge studio. The project created a new design of full development housing for Tianzhong village in Fujian, China. By understanding the past designs, topography, and the possibility of green infrastructure. The goals is to perserve the historical and environmental aspect of the site.

tulou

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sense of community

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TIANZHING HOUSING DEVELOPMENT I 03


perspective I market and farming area


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INFORMATIONAL GRAPHIC


IN THE EMERGENCY STAGE LARCH 303 SPRING 2009

This project uses watercolor drawing to represent the complex relationship of Pseudotsuga menziesii and fungus.

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Pseudotsuga menziesii A and Pseudotsuga menziesi B was planted in the same time. With the help of Amanita lanei and other of 2000 fungus, it helps transport the nutrient, water and carboohydrate.

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When both of them reach the month of 17th, they became mutually grow. Amanita lanei and his friends absorb food from Pseudotsuga menziesii and also help to store those food for emergency time.

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[EMERGENCY STAGE] The fungus became a delivery man , transfers nutrient, water, carbohydrate to other.

During the [EMERGENCY STAGE]; such as flooding, fire, or disease, the mycorrhizal relationship will play a big role in transferring all the stored food to help the tree, or even to his neighbor.

The stored nutrient, water, and carbohydrate will transfer to help the Pseudotsuga menziesiâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s nearby community.


JBLM BROCHURE DESIGN I 05

JBLM SURVEY AECOM INTERNSHIP WINTER 2012

This internship project was a collaborated work between myself and AECOM planners. This is an urban planning research and survey project Joint Based Lewis McChord in Tacoma, Washington. The team transform given information into the form of infographic and create an informational hand out.

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responded that they were satisfied or very satisfied with schools in the region. The majority of active duty living off base are married and/or have children (59%).

Roughly half of responses indicated that they live off base because the housing is more attractive (52%) and they are interested in living in a civilian community (45%). A range of 19-28% of responses indicated that they live off base for the amenities, fenced back yards, and schools.

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DESIGN I BUILD


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NIKKEI MANOR DESIGN AND BUILD INTâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;L DISTRICT,SEATTLE LARCH475 WINTER - SPRING 2012

The garden located in Nikkei Manor, an assited living community for Asian Americans. Ichio Ichie means treasure the moment. The garden serves as a therapeutic space combining Japanese and modern style together. My main responsibility is on producing graphic representation with a team and leading the design and build process of the Lotus fountain,

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DESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

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CROATIA DESIGN AND BUILD I 07

CROATIA DESIGN AND BUILD

RIJEKA,CROATIA LARCH 302 FALL 2010 ASLA HONOR AWARD IN COMMUNITY SERVICE

ENTRY

This is a collaborated studio. The program led by Professor Daniel Winterbottom, with other fifteen students.Four design teams were divided to design the Entry, Courtyard, Exhibition area, and Reconciliation Garden. Everyone participated in the building process.

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RECONCILATION GARDEN

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CROATIA DESIGN AND BUILD I 07

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Reconcilation Garden I Croatia Design and Build

Podmurvice dormitory Rijeka, Croatia Lead designer with Nicole Simon, collaborated with Professor Daniel Winterbottom The Reconciliation Garden functions as a discussion area, a meditative space and a rain garden. The roundel shape is used as a design concept, a symbol of the equality. The seating combines a traditional Dalmatian and modern style together. Lastly, the rain garden is installed to solve the drainage problem and for educational purposes.


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CROATIA DESIGN AND BUILD I 07


Reconcilation Garden I Opening Day


CROATIA DESIGN AND BUILD I 07

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process

exploring the history - Vukovar fieldtrip

reflection


Reflective skecth I Reconciliation garden process


Site Description The Yesler Creek Restoration project is located in the Sand Point neighborhood. The northern part of the site YESLER CREEK RESTORATION is near the Metropolitan Market and within the BurkeRESTORATION ECOLOGY CAPSTONE PROJECT Gilman Playground Park. The Burke-Gilman Trail passSEATTLE,WASHINGTON es the Burke-Gilman Playground on the north end. All four sides of the site are bordered by residential housing, including the Ronald McDonald House to the west. There are several finished UW-REN restoration projThis is anorthern year long capstone ects in the section of the creek and two current project for the minor in ecological projects south of theproject footpath. restoration. The is a collaborative work between myself and students from the College of The 2011 - 2012 and restoration site nests in a ravine where Environment, local community theofYesler flows. The topography of the site is BurkeCreek Gilman playground. characterized two steep the slopes The projectby has helped sitewith a relatively flat andtolow middle, is bordered increase thewhich structural and on the north by a paved walkway. The area of compositional diversity of the thesite is approximately site.square The site is located in the 1,932 meters, runs 12 meters in length on the Laurelhurst neighborhood. east side and 14 meters on the west side.

This restoration project will increase the structural and c site. It will also minimize the risk of soil erosion and com crease plant diversity and prevent future disturbance by h exotic plants.

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I THANK Thank you very YOU muchI WUTTIPORN “LEK” TAKSINVARAJARN

THANK YOU

PORTFOLIO I WUTTIPORN  

PORTFOLIO OF WUTTIPORN 2012 // UW LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

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