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Bench

Two Benches

Delivery Hub

Meditation Spot

Benches with BBQ

Bench with food truck

Exercise Hub

STREET TYPE 1 STREET TYPE 2 Working Pod

Two Working Pods with middle court

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Content About me

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Works

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Work 1. Rhythm of a street / Nov 2020 Elwood, VIC, Australia

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Work 2. Ecological Bike Trail / Nov 2018 Dights Fall, Abbotsford, VIC, Australia

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Work 3. University Landscape 3.0 / Aug 2019 Concrete Lawn, Parkville, VIC, Australia

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Work 4. Inclusive Garden / Jul 2019 MSD, Parkville, VIC, Australia

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Work 5. Australian Japanese Garden / Mar 2021 Ivanhoe, VIC, Australia

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How I can contribute

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About me I love nature from my childhood. I have dedicated myself into landscape architecture for more than 10 years.

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Yusuke Nakashima

Yusuke Nakashima

Nostitzstraße 26, 10961 Berlin, Germany y.nakashi1118@gmail.com +49 1575 2836 533

Profile

Working Experience

A highly motivated with 10 years experience of studying in

Apr. 2017 - Nov. 2017

landscape architecture. Wide-range expertise in landscape

S2 Design and Planning, Japan, Tokyo Designer - Researched and proposed plans for 25th anniversary book of the office - Designed cover pages into the anniversary book - Laid out text and photos into the anniversary book

architecture, for Landscape History and Theory, Botany, Sustainability, Ecology, Scenery, Techniques of Japanese Gardens, Urban Planning, and Community designing.

Education February. 2018 -Dec. 2020 Master of Landscape Architecture School of Design, University of Melbourne Melbourne, Australia Major areas of study: Landscape Architecture

Mar. 2017 - Sep. 2017 LOSFEE, Japan, Tokyo Landscape Architect - Researched and proposed several plans for a bench installed at a greening fair - Made an actual bench and installed it at the greening fair Feb. 2017 - Sep. 2017

Master of Engineering Graduate School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan Major areas of study: Urban Planning and LandscapeArchitecture

FIELD FOUR DESIGN OFFICE, Japan, Tokyo Assistant Landscape Architect - Researched and created documents for several landscape projects - Made hand and digital drawings for the landscape projects - Made landscape models for the landscape projects

Apr. 2011 - Mar. 2015

Feb. 2020 - Mar. 2020

April. 2015 - Mar. 2017

Bachelor of Agriculture Faculty of Agriculture, The University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan Major areas of study: Ecology and Landscape Architecture

Software Skills Word, Excell, Power Point, Adobe Creative Suite. Rhinoceros, Vector Works, Sketch Up, Auto Cad, Arc GIS. Also, I have skills of Hand Drawing, Physical Model making and Photography.

SMEC, Melbourne, Australia Landscape Architect Intern - Researched potential development area - Proposed potential use of the land from the perspective of urban planning and landscape architecture Nov. 2020 - Aug. 2021 Acer Landscapes, Melbourne, Australia Landscape Architect - Made concepts for residential garden - Visualize the concepts with plans, sections, and 3D models and images. - Constructed private gardens specialised in Japanese style. Oct. 2021 - Present Mettler Landschaftsarchitektur, Berlin, Germany Landscape Architect - Proposed landscape plans for competitions. - Created construction drawings for landscape projects.

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Tokyo, Japan, 2011-2017 Studied landscape architecture to learn the way to create spaces to solve environmental problems

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Tokyo, Japan, 2011-2017 Studied ecology and urban planning to solve environmental problems

AIM FOR THE HARMONY OF URBAN & NATURE I was born in Japan and I moved to Australia, when I was one years old. I lived in Sydney for 6 years and enjoyed beach, mountain, and city. When I moved back to Japan in the agae of six, I felt something wrong with Nagoya city. Urban

Nagoya, Japan, 1997-2011 Questioned the environmental development in Japan

area of Nagoya is highly developled and quite dense. I coudln't find nature inside the city. Also, the suburb area was developed as agricultural fields. Dirty water from the agricultural fields and houses flowed through agricultural water channels, and I only found few animal there. I strongly questioned the un-sustainable development and sptial design in Japan in that time, and it pushed me to study ecology and urban planning at the university of Tokyo. In the bachelor and master course at the university of

Sydney, Australia, 1991-1997 Enjoyed the beauty of nature

Tokyo, I did study research sustainability, study of scenery, ecology and urban planning, however there were no subject or studio to learn spatial design. Thus I moved to Melbourne to study master of landscape architecture for three years. Through the course, I kept challenged to justify the unsustainable development and harmonize urban and nature with spatial design solution.

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Works I make works which has strong logic and deep cultural thinking. I love to work by using my hands.

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Rhythm of a street Nov 2020 Elwood, VIC, Australia

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Parklet development strategy Thesis project at Univerisy of Melbourne


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ADAPTATION to NEW WORKING STYLE Using residential street and vacant land as neighbour's common working space to separate the working and relaxing spaces.

ASSINGMENT of this studio

DETAIL of this design

Covid-19 has changed our lifestyle dramatically. This

I selected Elwood as my proposal site, a suburb where

stuido explored how Melbourne can adapt the changes caused by Covid-19 and proposed spatial solution from the perspective of landscape architecture.

CONCEPT of this project I focused on tele-working, which started to be common because of Covid-19 and will be a permanent movement. Although tele-working brings benefits, it also causes social isolation and decrese our productibity, because spatial and chronical separation of working and relaxing become ambiguous. The main concept of this project is "Using residential street and old houses as neighbour's common working space to separate the working and relaxing spaces." 10

has the higest ratio of people who live alone in VIC. In general, those people tend to meet a lot of problems with teleworks. I designed working hub with other activity spaces at parking spaces in the street, and an advanced facility at vacant lot in the block. Poles that will provide the


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Problems and causes of teleworking

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Risk of Death

Mess of Work / life balance

lack of communication

Loss of Pre-performance Routines

sitting too long

Too many attractions

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Trouble sleeping

More Trouble Sleeping

Merger of space for working and relaxing

Problem on CONCENTRATION

Loss of Time restrictoin

Key Concept

EXTRACT WORKING SPACE to seperate working and relaxing time in your life and to focus on working from home

10 mins walk in green environment

WALKING = RITUAL to change your mood from relaxing mod to working mode

Three vital friends in your neighbor

CREATION OF COMMUNALSPACE

to make opportunities to talk with neighbors

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30% of private cars will be replaced to shared cars by 2030, thus we will see less cars on street. The city goverment of Portphillip will do investigation of the use of the parking lots and demolish some that is under-use. Also, the city government will purchase a land that is under-used to redevelop public building and open space. City government will create raing garnden and on top of the garden they will install a meshed deck and basic street activity equipment, such as bench, BBQ equipment, exercise furniture and working space. Those equipement are basically free, however, Some furniture will be installed by private sectors. For example, Delivery company will pay the land use fee to the government and install drone delivery collecion hub. To use these funiture, residents need to pay service fee. The city government will construct the advaced activity hub

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at the site where old residential building has been demolished. The advaced hub will provide more professional service such as unlimited high-speed wifi, discussion room, locker room, with small fee.

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Bench

Delivery Hub

Two Benches

Meditation Spot

Benches with BBQ

Bench with food truck

Exercise Hub

STREET TYPE 1 STREET TYPE 2 Working Pod

Two Working Pods with middle court

STREET TYPE 3 STREET TYPE 4

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BASIC MODULE OF DECK & MULTI FUNCTION POLES

PLANTS SELECTION

TREE Eucalyptus cosmophylla Melaleuca lanceolata Melaleuca ericifolia Pittosporum angustifolium 2000MM

SHRUB, RUSH Anigozanthos species Blechnum nudum Callistemon viminalis WIFI

Casuarina glauca prostrate ENVIRONMENTAL SENSORING

Ficinia nodosa Juncas amabilis

LIGHTING

400~3200MM

Dianella species

Juncas flavidus Leucaphyta brownii Lomandra species Pratia perdunculata

GROUND COVER Calocephalus lacteus Carpobrotus modestus Chrysocephalum apiculatum Derwentia perfoliata Myoporum parvifolium FIBER REINFORCED POLYMER POLE Φ50MM FIBER REINFORCED POLYMER SHEET 40MM HEIGHT OVERFLOW PIPE DRAINAGE PIPE BLUESTONE EDGE PEDESTRIAN STREET(ASPHALT )

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50MM WOOD CHIPS STEEL MESH 50MM HEIGHT STEEL DECK FRAMING 50MM HEIGHT

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7am Exercise

9am Coffee at Street cafe

10am Working

1pm Meditation

6pm BBQ

8pm Cinema

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ADVANCED ACTIVITY HUB

DISCUSSION HUB

COMMUNICATION HUB

EXHIBITION HUB COMMUNICATION HUB

WORKING HUB

EXERCISE HUB

MEDITATION HUB

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Work2.

Ecological Bike Trail Nov 2018 Abbotsford, VIC, Australia

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Ecological lighting design Studoi project at Univerisy of Melbourne


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Legends Train Freeway Tram

Bicycle Trail Industrial Building Commercial Building Residential Building N

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LIGHTEN UP A TRAIL ECOLOGICALLY Lighting design to prevent accidents, explore nights in nature, encourage cultural experience, and save nocturnal ecosystem.

ASSINGMENT of this studio

DETAIL of this design

Yarra river is one of the most important element

I selected the type and location of lights and the shape

for Melbourne in terms of aboriginal history and

of shelter carefully, by conducting physycal and digital

biodiversity. The studio challenged to explore design

light tests. Also, I proposed to install "smart lighting

that harmonize the culture and ecosystem there.

system". The light will be turned on only where a passenger passes, thus it will be more clear where

CONCEPT of this project

people are passing and prevent the accidents. Also, it

Yarra bike trail connects CBD area and main suburbs

healthy environment for nocturnal animals.

of Melbourne, has been well-used for commuting, and it is well-used for commuting. However, there is no light, and it is quite dangerous to pass in the night time. Thus, I proposed lighting design to prevent accidents, explore nights in nature, encourage the cultural experience, and save nocturnal ecosystem.

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will use the vibration save the electricity cost and keep


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Lighting exposure area testing

Smart lighting system

VIBRATION POWER GENERATION

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Eucalyptus camaldulensis Acacia pycnantha Parking lots for Bicycle Bench

Shelter

Acacia pycnantha

Stepping Stone for Observatory

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1:1000 Lighting Plan of Resting Place

View of Dights Fall

Highlight Area

Lowlight Area

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Represe Highlight and Lowlight Area Diagram

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Spot Lighting on Water Mill Spot Lighting

Detail Design Area (Resting Place)

New Vegetation

Observatory

Spot Lighting on Rock

Underground Embedded Linear Lighting

Resting Place

Colour

enting Modern Time

enting Nature

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Bending Force

Electricity LED Light Smoked Glass

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Overhead Lighting

Lighting under Steps

Steps of Blue Stone

Lighting under bench

Lighting inside shelter

Shelter

Bike Parking Place

Bench

Step to prevent light exposure

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The best shape of shelter to prevent the leak of light

Front view of Shelter

Left view of Shelter

Back view of Shelter

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University Landscape 3.0 Aug 2020 Parkvile, VIC, Australia

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University Campus Design Studio project at Univerisy of Melbourne


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UNI AS A SPACE FOR KNOWLEDGE EXCHANGING Although online learning become more common due to Covid-19, serendipity and deep conversation in actual space cannot be replaced. ASSINGMENT of this studio

DETAIL of this design

Concrete lawn in university of Melbourne's Parkvile

The future university landscape will have more

campus, used to be an pond that aboriginal people

space to express student's idea and enclosed area to

use for fishing and gathering. The studio challenged

enhance serendipity and deep human relationship. I

to create a new desgin of university's campus with the

proposed a large exhibition corridor that will support

consideration of history, culture and sustainablity.

idea exchanging. Also, Study area, library which includes group work studio room, will encourage deep

CONCEPT of this project Although, online education become more common, it is difficult to discover new things that you don’t know, and have a deep discussion with others in the Internet. I proposed research and exhibition booth at Concrete lawn to enhance serendipity and deep human relationship with the consideration of prevention of infection and sustainablity. 36

conversation. Those, exhibition corridor and facilities are seperated by restorated ponds, vegetation and topography, and they allow only small group of people to gather. Thus, it will prevent the infection and encourage deep communication inside the group.


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UNIVERSITY LANDSCAPE 1.0 Meeting Point + Close Relationships

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UNIVERSITY LANDSCAPE 1.5 Close Relationships

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UNIVERSITY LANDSCAPE 2.0 Diversity + Shallow Relationships + Anonimity

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UNIVERSITY LANDSCAPE 2.5 Diversity + Shallow Relationships + Anonimity on the Internet

2022 UNIVERSITY LANDSCAPE 3.0 Serendipity + Close Relationships

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Kids Playground and Ornament Pond

Study Area

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Library and Meditation Room Outdoor Lab with Solar Panels

Biofiltration Pond

Exhibition Booth Area

C Livestream Studio

C' Temporary Cafe and Restaurant Tent Temprary Event Zone

Cinema Screen & Stage

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① Study Building ② Library Building ③ Bridge

④ Biofilteration Pond ⑤ Outdoor Lecture Space

⑥ C l o t h B ox E x h i b i t i o n

Space ⑦ S m a l l B ox E x h i b i t i o n

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Section AA'

Contribution to Sustainability Safe and Close Social Relationship W a t e Playground (10~30ppl)

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Library(5~10ppl)

Ecology Class (30~40ppl)

Drainage

Laboratory(3~8ppl) Study Area(1~5ppl) Lunch Space (1~5ppl) Exhibition Space (3~10ppl)

Stormwater Storage Tank

Vegetation and ponds divide the space into small parcels and the large number of parcels naturally divide people into small groups. It will prevent the spread of infectious disease and allow people to express their knowledge to others and have close social relationships. The strong social relationships grow there will help the community in the next future disaster or, to move for larger environmental problem.

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Outdoor Stage(5~30ppl) Radio Booth(3ppl)

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Save 17.25 million Litter Water annually Water Playground with Service Water Ornamental Pond with Recycled Water

Drainage Creek Rain Garden

Stormwater Storage Tank (750m3)

Cleanedwater Storage Tank (250m3)

Wetland and Ponds (approximately 175m2) has biofiltration function. They will clean the stormwater which is currently storaged in MSD building and the cleaned water can be used for the irrigation system inside the concrete lawn and also provide cleanwater to downstream for healthy ecosystem. . The stormwater biofiltration system will save 17.25 million Litter tap water annually which was used for irrigation. Also the creation of wetlands contribute to the restoration of the ecosystem that existed before 1900.

Bouverie Creek

Generate 45kWh per day The energy-generation pavement, energygeneration exercise bike and solar panels will generate 50 kWh in a day. LED lighting consumed 5kWh per day. LED lighting reduces 85% electricity cosumption when we compare with normal lighting system. Thus, concrete lawn can generate 45kWh per day which is might be enough energy for one university building to be lighten up whole day.

Footsteps Electricity Generation

Solar Panels

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Screen and Stage

Pathway

Cinema Screen & Stage

Lunch and Relax Space Kids Playground

Biofiltering Pond Exhibition Booth

Outdoor Ecology Class

Cleaned Water Storage Tank

Meditation Area in Library

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Exhibition Booth Livestream Studio

Cleaned Water Storage Tank

Stormwater Storage Tank

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Depth of in the pond

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Cotula coronopifolia

Planting Scheme

Eryngium vesiculosum Pycnosorus chrysanthes Calocephalus lacteus Lythrum salicaria Veronica gracilis Brachyscome basaltica Persicaria decipens Ranunculus inundatus Schoenoplectus tabernaemontani Eryngium vesiculosum Juncus Krausii Myrophylum crispatum Limosella australis Baumea articulata Phragmites australis Triglochin procera Carex bichenoviana

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Window

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Exhibition Furnitures

Small Box Exhibition Space

Box Exhibition Space

Exhibition Board Space

Steel Mesh Bench

Exhibition Corridor Space

Exhibition Frame Space

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Inclusive garden Jul 2019 Parkvile, VIC, Australia

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Rooftop Garden Design Studio project at Univerisy of Melbourne


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HARMONIZE TWO CULTURES Garden design that harmonzie Australian and Japanese culture to enhance diversity at university.

ASSINGMENT of this studio

DETAIL of this design

University is a place to welcome diversity. This studio

For Australian garden area, I selected multiple

challenged to redesign Japanese garden, a rooftop

Australian native grasses to represent the openness

garden of MSD building, to make it more inclusive.

and wildness of Australian nature. For Japaense

CONCEPT of this project I interpretated the biggest feature of Australian culture as openness and Japanese culture as closedness. From the site analysis, the sense of “openness” and “closedness” already exist at the site due to the environmental factors. The design approach tried to enhance and harmonize the two different senses.

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garden area, I studied the elements and meanings behind them especially meaning behind Japanese garden plants. I represent elements in Japanese garden with Australian native plants. Thus, the plants create the harmony between Japanese garden area and Australian garden area. Furthermore, those plants are selected carefully acoording to the environmental features of the site, for example, tempreture, drought, and wind.


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Japanese Room Kitchen Room

Corridor

OpenedArea

Closed Area

Australian Landscape

Japanese Landscape

Wootten Road Reserve

Myogenji Temple

Openness is the biggest characteristic of Australian garden

Closedness is the biggest characteristic of English garden

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Important Aspects Environment

Ecological

Social

Surrounded by building

Efficient use of raiwater

Party after conference Break & Lunch

Strong sunlight

Storage of water

Shadow of Architecture

Use as Break & Party Area

Sequence with Walking Garden at 26m height

Strong Wind Stabilize strong winds Roog top garden

Closeness to Lunch and Break Area

Scenery with Sitting from builiding

Shallow Soil Biodiversity

Dry environment

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Diversity and Mixture of Native Plants

Closeness to Conference Area (Japanese Room)

Scenery with Sitting from builiding


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Plant Selection Criteria and Grading Scheme Light Tolerance

Cultural Inclusiveness of Cultures Australian Culture

Openness

Full sun : 3 Semi shade : 2 others : 0

Wind Tolerance

Very good : 3 Moderately good : 2 Average : 1 Others:0

Shallow Root System Less than 500mm : 3 Less than 1000mm : 2 Others:0

Drought Tolerance Love for Native Plants

Closedness Japanese Culture

Very good : 3 Moderately good : 2 Average : 1 Others:0

Length of foliage time

Evergreen : * Deciduous : * (North part will use Evergreen more to create Closedness, and South part will use Deciduous more to create Openness)

Colour of foliage

Dark Colour: * Light Colour : * (North part will use Dark plants more and South part will use Light Plants more)

Origin of Plants

Australian Origin : * Janapese Origin : * (North part will use Japanese plants more and South part will use Australian plants more)

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Structure and yellow flower of Japanese ye

Verticle direction of Bamboo & Eucalyptus saxatilis

Eucalyptus saxatilis (Mount Wheeler Mallee) h x w at maturity: 8 m x 5-7 m Phyllostachys bambusoides

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Acacia cardiophylla

Round shape and dark foliage of Japanese

Shape and flower of Japanese Cherry & Prunus ilicifolia

Prunus ilicifolia (Holly-leaved Cherry) h x w at maturity: 3-8 m x 3-8 m

Prunus × yedoensis

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Adenanthos sericeus

Leptospermum laevigatum

Prunus ilicifolia

Interesting foliage of Japanese maple & Crataegus monogyna, Eucalyptus kruseana Callistemon 'Little John'

Crataegus monogyna

Podocarpus macrophyllus

(English Hawthorn) h x w at maturity: 5-9 m x 5-7 m Acer palmatum

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Leptospermum laevigatum (Coastal Tea-tree) h x w at maturity: 5-8 m x 4-5 m Pinus thunbergii

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Soft Round mountain shape of Japanese shrub and Australian grasses

Pennisetum alopecuroides

Acacia cardiophylla

(Swamp Foxtail Grass) h x w at maturity: 0.75-1 m x 0.75 m

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Wind flowing shape of Miscanthus sinensis and Australian grasses

Callistemon 'Little John' (no common name) h x w at maturity: 1.2 m x 1-2 m

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(Pillar of Smoke) h x w at maturity: 1.2-2.5 m x 1-1.2 m

Austrostipa ramosissima

(Southern Blechnum Banksia) h x w at maturity: 0.3 m x 2 m

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Planting Scheme

Soil Depth Scheme

Plants He Depth of Soil

(mm)

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KEY

Botanical Name

ACA-C

Acacia cardiophylla

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Quantity

AUS-E

Austrostipa elegantissima

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AUS-R

Austrostipa ramosissima

6

BAN-B

Banksia blechnifolia

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BAN-S

Banksia spinulosa

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CAL-L

Callistemon 'Little John'

3

CRA-M

Crataegus monogyna

1

DIC-C

Dichelachne crinita

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EUC-K

Eucaliptus saxatilis (Copping) 5

EUC-S

Eucalyptus kruseana

1

FLW

Wild Flower mix planting*

27 ㎡

LAC-F

Lachnagrostis filiformis

20 ㎡

LEP-L

Leptospermum laevigatum

8

MIC-S

Microlaena stipoides

14 ㎡

PEN-A

Pennisetum alopecuroides

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PEN-S

Pennisetum setaceum

5

POA-L

Poa labillardierei

18

PRU-I

Prunus ilicifolia

1

RYT-S

Rytidosperma setaceum

14

THE-T

Themeda triandra

30 ㎡

Wild Flower mix planting* Acaena novae-zelandiae Acacia amblygona 'Winter Gold' Brachyscome multifida Bulbine bulbosa Cotula australis Cullen parvum Dasypogon bromeliifolius Linum marginale Podolepis robusta Ranunculus graniticola Wahlenbergia stricta subsp. stricta Xerochrysum viscosum Zygophyllum glaucum

eight Scheme

Hight of Plants

(mm)

5000-6000 3000-3500 800-1200 600-800 400-600 200-400 0-200

Important Edge

Copping

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Australian-Japanese garden Mar 2021 Ivanhoe, VIC, Australia

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Garden Design & Construction Construction project at Acer Landscapes


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REALIZE THE CONCEPT Design and construct practical and aesthetic garden

Requirement of the job

DETAIL of this design

The client asked us to create a Japanese garden at her

The stepping stones are carefully placed to make

courtyard, which was approximately 150 m2 and it

walking comfortable. They are placed alternately,

included a steap slope. The size and the slope was a

and the large stone are the large stone is place at the

difficulty in this project. Also, the selection of plants

begging of the stairs, to keep people safe and give a

that survive in the shade of trees and building with

strong focus point of the garden.

Ausralian dry weather was another difficulty.

Also, we selected Japanese plants which can survive in

CONCEPT of this project To manage the gradient in the garden, we used stepping stones technique. The placed granite stones will be used as a path, and they will also stop the soil falling down. We planted groundcover such as mondo grass in the gap of stones to stop the soil and give the feeling of water.

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shady area, such as hydrangea and canalia, fern plants. We carefully consider the location of them to create a rhythem in the path, which is the concept of Roji garden in Japanese tea ceremony garden.


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How I can contribute I can design from large to small scale with deep consideration of logic and aesthetics. I love to communicate with others and work together.

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FROM URBAN PLANNING TO DETAIL DESIGN

I have studeied ecology, urban planning, and landscape architecture. The wide range of knowledge support me to make an porposal from large scale to small scale. I love to learn the context of the site, and propose an big image, but also care about the detail of the design, because God is in the details.

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ORGINIZING INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE Model United Nations, Japan, 2011-2016 I have organized MUN conferences to discuss sustainable developments with international students.

UNDERSTANDING DIVERSITY OF CULTURES

Traveling Studio, Indonesia, 2019 I visit Indonesia, and made a design proposal with students from unimelb, Universität Stuttgart and ITB.

WORKING WITH PEOPLE FROM OTHER FIELDS

Collaborative studio, Japan, 2016 I have worked practioners with wide range of fileds, incuding city council, architect, and developer.

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LEADING ONLINE LANDSCAPE COMMUNITY LAGS, Online, 2020-2021 I organize online group and talk sessions for landscape students and practioners from all over e world.

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LEADERSHIP AND COMMUNICATION I love to work with others, especially people who have

scale design. I used local material and furniture inside

different background from me. They always show me a

my design, and it was highly evaluated.

new horizon, I not only welcome their knowledge but

Also, I pride myself as a supportive leader. I have

also share my ideas to them.

organize and facilitate several Model United Nations

In one studio, I worked with architects, urban

conferences to discuss sustainable development with

planners, engineers, and city council. We shared our

international students. I made a clear point at issue

perspectivs first, then discuss how we can combine

and goal of the discussion. I facilitate the discussion

the thoughts into one concept. Finally, we succeed to

in the conference and we successfuly made an political

propose a city redevelopment plan with an big concept

proposal for sustainable development.

and detailed design.

Also, I am organizing an online group for Japanese

Also, I joined an international studio in Indonesia. I

landscape architecture students and practioners

work with students from University of Melbourne,

from 2020, to support people who are interested in

Universität Stuttgar t, and Institut Teknologi

landscape architecture. Currently, over 250 people

Bandung. We did proposal for slum area (Kampung)

including people who are in U.S., U.K., Australia,

in Bandung city. The lifestyle, culture, religion there

South Africa, and other countries, joined the group.

were totally different from the one I had experienced,

We share information about how to study landscape

and I visit the Kampung many times and talked to the

architecture, the campus life in foreign universities,

residents, ate the same food, and joined the religious

and discuss landscape theory. As an organizer, I always

events to understand their life. It was a difficult

set the topic of discussion clear and keep the group

challenge, however I enjoyed the unique experience, I

inclusive.

proposed an fire resilience town strategy with an small

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Urban Research

Arc GIS

Rhinoceros Grasshopper

WIDE RANGE OF DISIGN TOOL SKILL I always explore new design tools. I have an experience of research based on ecological phychology theory, map analysis and inteviews in my study in Japan. I have studied Arc GIS, Rhinoceros and grasshopper, hand drawing, digital drawing with using Adobe Suite, and model making. I pride myself as a fast learner and I'm always keen to learn new technology. I especially love to make physical models and mock ups, doing landscape landscape construction. I made a bench for a greening fair in Japan and constructed several private gardens in Australia. 70

Hand draw


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Digital drawing

Auto CAD

Model making Mock up

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DEEP UNDERSTANDING OF CULTURE

www.amazon.co.jp/dp/B075HZY3R8

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I always challenge to understand the history, culture,

Also, during my master course in Melbourne, I

and context behind the spcae and how people use

challenge to understand Australian culture and plants.

the space. I published my first photo essay at Kindle

I made bonsai of Australian native plants to

to express my understanding about life and space of Tokyo.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXBIpnZDVsFYV3d0OvAmE1A

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