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LUYAO ZHU Master of Landscape Architecture University of Pensylvania Selected Works


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EDUCATION Expected 05.2016 09.2008 - 06. 2012

Master of Landscape Architecture School of Design, University of Pennsylvania Bachelor of Engineer in Landscape Architecture Tongji University, Shanghai, China

WORK EXPERIENCE 02.2015 - 05.2015 05.2015 - 08.2015 05.2014 - 08.2015 2012 - 2013

Teaching Assitant of LARP 741 Modeling Geographical Objects School of Design, University of Pennsylvania Professor: Dana Tomlin Intern Landscape Architect Aoya Landscape Design Shanghai Office Intern Landscape Architect ARUP Shanghai Office Urban Designer RTKL Shanghai Office

AWARDS & SCHOLARSHIP 01.2014 08.2011 2008 - 2012 2009 - 2010 05.2010

1st Prize for Schenck-Woodman 2014 Design Competition, University of Pennsylvania, School of Design 1st Prize for 2011 International Summer School Design Competition Tongji University, Shanghai Excellent Student Scholarship of Tongji University Minister of Secretariat, College of Architecture and Urban Planning, Tongji University Shanghai EXPO 2010 Volunteer

SKILLS 2D Graphic: Auto CAD, Photoshop, Indesign, Illustrator 3D Modelling: Rhino, Grasshopper (with Elk, Mosquito, Kangaroo and other plug-ins), Sketchup Rendering: Vray for Rhino and Sketchup Animation: 3ds Max, Affter Effect Analysis: ArcGIS


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1 GALICIAN [AQUACULTURE]

(701 Elective Studio, University of Pennsylvania, Individual Work)

2 ENERGY RESPONSIVE WATERFRONT

(702 Electvie Studio, University of Pennsylvania, Individual Work)

3 BRIDESBURG DROSSCAPE

(502 Core Studio, University of Pennsylvania, Individual Work)

4 HELLO WATERFRONT

(2011 International Summer School Design Competition, 1st Prize, Tongji University, Group Work of 2)

5 FOLLOW THE LIGHT

(Schenck-Woodman 2014 Design Competition, 1st Prize, University of Pennsylvania, Group Work of 4)

6 SILICON ISLAND

(602 Core Studio, University of Pennsylvania, Group Work of 2)

7 CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS

(Work During the Internship at Aoya Landscape Design Shanghai Office)

8 GIS WORK SAMPLE (LARP 741 Term Project)


1 GALICIAN [AQUA]CULTURE A PRODUCTIVE LANDSCAPE USING BRACKISH WATER IN ESTUARY AREA SITE: MUROS, GALICIA, SPAIN TIME: 08/2015 - 12/2015 INSTRUCTOR: DAVID GOUVERNOR INDIVIDUAL WORK

The studio focuses on the sustainable management of the Galician Coast, located in the North Atlantic maritime cornice of Spain, a complex ecosystem and a rich cultural landscape affected by concurrent forces both natural and social. The design challenge of this studio is to explore ways to create strategies for resillient coastal management. In the case of the Galician Coast such approach will necessarily specific strategy, resulting in compelling landscape. As James Corner would argue “landscape, ecology - and production - should be considered as agents of creativity”. Muros is a well known Galician coastal town and it is located at the northern entrance of one of the region’s bays known as the “Muros y Noia rias”. It is a popular day out with many tourists visiting this part of Spain and has a population of about 11000 people employed in fishing, agriculture and tourism. The project specifically focuses on integrating aquaculture with tourism to create a pedagogical landscape, taking into consideration threats and opportunities including logistics, natural and cultural resources, water pollution and so on.


REGIONAL ECONOMIC DRIVERS


[industrial park under construction] [industrial park under construction]

[wetlands on the existing [wetlands on the existing green corridors] green corridors]

[aquaculture field] [aquaculture field]

[breakwater]

[breakwater]


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path

water area

aquaculture ponds

natural treatment

water chanel

public open space

Each “finger� is organized strategically from purifying the fresh water from the mountain to collecting and mixing both fresh and salt water, to aquaculture, and finally to a salt marsh for purifying the aquaculture waste water before they go out to the sea.


Incremental occupation and programmatic evoloution of the site

recreational center

museum

market

wetland

Low Tide Scenario _ sweet water collection


Sea Level Rise Anticipation

recreational center

museum

market

wetland

High Tide Scenario _ salt water collection


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ENERGY RESPONSIVE WATERFRONT BRONX BIOECOLOGICAL SITE DESIGN SITE: SOUTH BRONX, NEW YORK TIME: 01/2016 - 04/2016 INSTRUCTOR: ELLEN NEISES INDIVIDUAL WORK

STONY POINT

SITE

RANDALL ISLAND

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COMBINED DRAINAGE AREA

DIRECT DRAINAGE AREA

WATER DRAINAGE ANALYSIS

STORMWATER FLOW ANALYSIS

OCEAN WATER FLOW ANALYSIS


The goal of the project is to provide public open space, create habitat, while respecting the force of nature. The site is devide into three parts in accordance with wave energy level. The proposals are in response to the wave energy as well.

STORM WATER MANAGEMENT

WATER EDGE TRANSFROMATION


LOW WAVE ENERGY AREA DESIGN PROPOSAL

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DREAMING BOATS POLES FOR BIRDS/ HIDDEN SPACE FOR FISH GREEN WAY ENCHANTED FOREST 25

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WAVE ENERGY DISSIPATION

EXISTING SECTION

SEDIMENT ACCUMULATION


This part of site has comparatively low water energy. The retaining walls underneath the pathway help to dissipate the wave energy and make a peaceful area for vegetation. The arrangement of the retaining walls make the whole structure more stable by responding to the way that water flows. The form of each “scallop� provides elevation difference and slope difference, which increases biodiversity. The trees will grow better since their roots are in a higher position with lower threat of salt intrusion. The retaining wall underneath the greenway provides fllod protection for the industrial area behind. In response to the sea level rise, the structure will allow vegetation to immigrate to the upper level.

INSTALLATION STUDY MODEL

low tide to mid tide

mid tide to high tide

WATER LEVEL ANALYSIS

PROPOSAL SECTION

CONCEPT STUDY MODEL

1/10 slope

above high tide

SLOPE ANALYSIS

1/5 slope

1/1 slope

VEGETATION DISTRIBUTIONS


SHRUB: panicum virgatum

baccharis, rugosa

LOW MARSH: spartina alterni flora,

sweet cordgrass


m, switch grass, a rose HIGH MARSH: spartina patens, sea lavender, seaside golden-

rod, spike grass, salt marsh hay grass, black heedlerush


HIGH WAVE ENERGY AREA DESIGN PROPOSAL

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INSTALLATION STUDY MODELS

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TIDE POOLS BREAK WATER SEATING AREA GREEN WAY

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EXISTING SECTION

PROPOSAL SECTION


MEDIUM WAVE ENERGY AREA DESIGN PROPOSAL

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AMPHITHEATRE HISTORIC PYLON WALKING PATH WETLAND EXPERIMENTAL INCUBATOR STORMWATER OUTLET N GREEN WAY 25

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EXISTING SECTION

PROPOSAL SECTION

100’

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TOP ONE: FINAL MODEL FOR HIGH WAVE ENERGY AREA

BOTTOM TWO: FINAL MODEL FOR LOW WAVE ENERGY AREA


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BRIDESBURG DROSSCAPE A POST INDUSTRIAL WATERFRONT LANDSCAPE SITE: BRIDESBURG, PENNSYLVANIA TIME: 01/2014 - 04/2014 INSTRUCTOR: KAREN M’CLOSKEY INDIVIDUAL WORK

The concept of the project is to bring different types of flows to the waterfront. It locates on an abandoned land in North Philadelphia along the Delaware River. It has a complex set of issues including fragmentation, lack of access and contamination. The design of the park is intended to solve the problem of soil contamination by growing local warm season grass, meanwhile creating activity space in a linear way going to the waterfront. For the management of rain water in this area, a linear water channel is proposed with a whole set of water purification function as a natural system. The goal of the design proposal is to develop an informed and imaginative response to the site in order to create new relationships among the site, its immediate edges and the larger neighborhood or reigion.

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recreational center

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soft edge


Legend recreational space agriculture field remediation forest wetland chanel plaza

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3DS MAX ANIMATION INSTRUCTOR: CHRIS LANDAU INDIVIDUAL WORK TIME: 04/2016


ANIMATION LINK: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uRMh3Yw008g


LIGHT THE WAY is designed and will operate between many larger public sectors within the city of Philadelphia. The project is a focus on the expansion of the existing city infrastructures, transportation systems, and major public outdoor spaces which will be done through and in creation of a better living environment. Major environmental changes will begin with an extension of the Schuylkill River Trail into and through both University City and South Philadelphia. The extended trail will tie in to an existing city transit system and will provide “havens” throughout the city by the creation of three scales of “hubs” which will act as beacons throughout the city fabric. Beacons, through the saving of riders’ kinetic energy will glow during the night, providing for areas of both activity and increased safety during dark hours. While the constructed spaces themselves serve as illuminated points, the entire trail system will shed light on ecological ideas, raising awareness, and promoting wellness throughout the city. Site ecologies will be restored in the place of abandoned and derelict contexts, and the use of bike trails (and the illumination they provide) will vitalize these areas, while further enhancing the life of citizens.


5 FOLLOW THE LIGHT

BIKE SHARING CENTER DESIGN SITE: SCHUYKILL RIVER BANK, PHILADELPHIA TIME: 01/2014 INSTRUCTOR: KAREN M’CLOSKEY COOPERATE WITH LINDSAY RULE, ZACK REISER, YINGFEI WANG


Node Infrastructure

Extended Schuykill River Trail Connections

Extending Schuykill River Trail community gardens recreation promotes tourism

Way finding will save tourist time and frustration while keeping them feeling safe when in unfamiliar neighborhoods.

HIGH DENSITY MOVEMENT ALONG BIKE PATHS

encourage recreation

Horticulture Society Department of Park and Recreation

Way finding lighting for pathways

8:30 AM/5:30 PM

Way finding will save tourist time and frustration while keeping them feeling safe when in unfamiliar neighborhoods.

safety orientation within city reduce crime Mural Arts Program Universities (UPenn, Drexel, etc.) Department of Transportation

Networking & Infrastructure improved urban fabric communication catalyst

The network will link over 6 million people through more than 400 miles of trails and when combined with a growing network of bike lanes, it will become the backbone of a cutting-edge active transportation system.

12:30/6:30 PM

Department of Transportation Greater Philadelphia Trail Network Philadelphia Bicycle Coalition Bike share Philadelphia Philadelphia Associations of Community Development Corporations

Promoting Wellness

At an average rate of 10 mph, you will burn 215-240 calories per half hour.

biking social health existing & proposed site ecologies

Ecological Society of America Bike Coalition Health Providers (Independence Blue Cross, Humana, Kaiser) Health Commissioner’s Office city of Philadelphia

Creating City Identity Mayor’s Office of Civic Innovation Center City district or other business improvement district Mural Arts Program

Mural destinations boast increased tourism which results in significant tax revenues.

9:30 PM


Day Time Roof Plan

Night Time Lighting Scheme

PARK LEVEL//COMMONS 1. HUB ENROLLMENT AND ADMINISTRATION 2. THE COMMONS (E.G. CAFE,PERSONAL BIKE REPAIR, BAR) 2

3. BIKE STORAGE/DISPLAY

SWIPE Swipe your bike share card to activate any particular station.

RIDE

Ride when and where you want.

GLOW

The energy you accumulated while riding will now light the distinct nodal network maintained by hub.

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BRIDGE LEVEL 1. DOCKING STATION 2. SERVICE DESK//ENROLLMENT STATION

SITE PLAN

3. OPEN AIR ATRIUM 1. SOUTH BANK DOCKING STATION

2. SCHUYLKILL RIVER BIKE/PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE TO UNIVERSITY CITY 3. EXTENDED SCHUYLKILL RIVER PARK TRAIL 4. MAINTANANCE ACCESS 5. CENTER CITY TRAIL


SECTION A. 34TH ST BRIDGE TRANSPORTATION NODE B. SOUTH BANK HUB DOCKNG STATION C. CATWALK THROUGH OPEN AIR ATRIUM [CONNECTS INTERIOR PROGRAM ELEMENTS] D. THE COMMONS [CAFE/LOUNGE, ENROLLMENT LIASON, PERSONAL BIKE REPAIR] E. UNIVERSITY CITY TRAIL F. EXTENDED SCHUYLKILL RIVER PARK TRAIL

Schuylkill RiverTrail heavy usage hours between 12pm-7pm youth, health advocates, students, tourist and commuters high usage and regular rate low light

Bridge clearance box heavy usage hours between 10pm-3am health advocates, commuters, city maintenance high light


Institution

Residential heavy usage hours between 8am-9pm and 5:00pm-6pm residence and commuter high and regular usage rate low light

heavy usage hours between 10am-5pm students, professors, and staff high and irregular usage rate high light


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SILICON ISLAND

URBAN DESIGN IN THE DIGITAL ECONOMY SITE: GOOSE ISLAND, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS TIME: 01/2015 - 04/2015 INSTRUCTOR: CHRISTOPHER MARCINKOSKY PARTNER WITH BAIHE CUI

For the purposes of this studio, we will presume manufacturing and light-industry - in one form or another - will remain the dominant land-use in the area of the Goose Island district defined above. Tech office and collaborative workspaces will become increasingly present.

IDEOGRAM

EXISTED HIGHLY INDUSTRAILIZED SITE WASTE COLLECTION

TALENT WALK

Where and how these programs are distributed will be a fundamental challenge of the studio. What public realm and civic enhancements might guide this development must also be critically considered.

CO-GENERATOR

WIFI HOT SPOT

ELECTRICITY SUPPLY

HOT EXHAUST COLLECTION

To explore these possibilities, the following program must be accounted for in each project. However, it should be noted that this program is provided as a baseline. Stuents are expected to meet its requirements, or make a clear, sound argument for departing from its parameters.

WASTE WATER TREATMENT

Design Intent self-recycled energy with designed infrastructure use waste energy from the traditional industry process to sustain buildings/landscpae on the corridor use infrastructure to stimulate innovation development

POTENTIAL FOR SOLAR OR WIND ENERGY


Legend commercial & office book store commercial center innovation workshop nano tech research center research center innovation incubator UI lab innovation anchor commercial & office workshop workshop commercial & office commercial & office research & fabrication innovation workshop design & innovation design & innovation supermarket commercial & office commercial & office commercial & office educational center commercial hotel residential

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commercial plaza bike path innovation plaza educational park

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AXONOMETRIC 1


VIEW


AXONOMETRIC 2


LOW FILE DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY

MOTORWAY

PARKING

MOTORWAY

MOTORWAY

WATEREDGE

PARKING

WATEREDGE

CLEARANCE FOR DEVELOPMENT

ARTERY

PARTERRE OBSERVATION WALKWAY

CANAL

CANAL

CANAL

WATEREDGE

WATEREDGE

BIKELANE WALKWAY

COMMERCIAL

COMMERCIAL

COMMERCIAL

MOTORWAY

MOTORWAY

MOTORWAY

MOTORWAY

MOTORWAY MOTORWAY

WAREHOUSE

PARKING

WAREHOUSE

INCUBATOR COMMERCIAL

MOTORWAY

PARKING

PLAZA

MOTORWAY

WALKWAY

MOTORWAY

CLEARANCE FOR DEVELOPMENT

ARTERY

PARTERRE OBSERVATION WALKWAY

CANAL

BIKELANE WALKWAY

COMMERCIAL

MOTORWAY MOTORWAY

INCUBATOR COMMERCIAL

PLAZA

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OFFICE COMMERCIAL

PLAZA

ARTERY

PARTERRE OBSERVATION WALKWAY

CANAL

BIKELANE WALKWAY

COMMERCIAL

PLAZA

ARTERY

PARTERRE OBSERVATION WALKWAY

CANAL

BIKELANE WALKWAY

COMMERCIAL

MOTORWAY

CLEARANCE FOR DEVELOPMENT

MOTORWAY

PLAZA

CLEARANCE FOR DEVELOPMENT

MOTORWAY

SECTIONAL DRAWING INCUBATOR COMMERCIAL

PLAZA

WALKWAY

BUFFER

BIKELANE

OFFICE COMMERCIAL

DISTRIBUTION

MOTORWAY

ONEWAY DRIVE

MOTORWAY MOTORWAY

MOTORWAY

PLAZA

DISTRIBUTION

ONEWAY DRIVE

BUFFER

BIKELANE

MOTORWAY

PARKING

BUFFER

BIKELANE

PARKING

PLAZA

COMMERCIAL

OFFICE

MOTORWAY

ONEWAY DRIVE

MOTORWAY MOTORWAY

INCUBATOR COMMERCIAL

PLAZA

WALKWAY BIKELANE

BUFFER

PLAZA

ONEWAY DRIVE

COMMERCIAL

OFFICE

MOTORWAY


DEVELOPMENT PROCESS


CONCEPT MODEL


7 CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS PROJECT: NANJING WUKUANG RESIDENTIAL LANDSCAPE DESIGN SITE: NANJING, CHINA TIME: 07/2015 - 08/2015 PROFESSIONAL WORK DURING THE INTERNSHIP AT AOYA LANDSCAPE DESIGN INC. PARTNER WITH FANJUN MENG, YANXU SU

LIGHT WELL MASTER PLAN 1:100 LIGHT WELL MASTER PLAN 1:100

130mm WIDE 250mm x 400mm BLACK GRANITE ABNORMITY CUTTING 130mm WIDE 300mm x 600mm BLACK GRANITE 130mm WIDE 250mm x 400mm BLACK GRANITE ABNORMITY CUTTING ABNORMITY CUTTING 140mm WIDE 450mm x 450mm BLACK GRANITE COPING 130mm WIDE 300mm x 600mm BLACK GRANITE ABNORMITY CUTTING ABNORMITY CUTTING 140mm WIDE 450mm x 450mm BLACK GRANITE COPING ABNORMITY CUTTING

LIGHT WELL NORTH ELEVATION 1:100 LIGHT WELL NORTH ELEVATION 1:100


30mm - 50mm IN DIAMETER WHITE PEBBLE PAVER

STONE TYPE 3

30mm WIDE 340mm x 600mm BLACK GRANITE

70mm WIDE C15 PLAIN CONCRETE

WATER STORAGE TANK

20mm WIDE 1:2.5 CEMENT MORTAR BINDING COURSE

20mm WIDE 1:2.5 CEMENT MORTAR BINDING COURSE

K11 FLEXIBLE WATER PROOF SYRUP

K11 FLEXIBLE WATER PROOF SYRUP 150 WIDE IMPERVIOUS CONCRETE WITH 10mm IN DIAMETER 150mm IN LENGTH REINFORCING STEEL BAR

150 WIDE IMPERVIOUS CONCRETE WITH 10mm IN DIAMETER 150mm IN LENGTH REINFORCING STEEL BAR M7.5 MOTAR BUILT MU10 NONBAKED BRICK

100 WIDE C15 PLAIN CONCRETE LAYER 150 WIDE GRAVEL LAYER

The project is a small courtyard design. It is part of a residential landscape design project in Jiangxi Province, China. The buildings there are highrises. The courtyards are right in front of the highrise on both the left and the right side of the building. They are one-floor lower - 50mm IN DIAMETER WHITE PEBBLE PAVER than the elevation 30mm of the entrance while on 30mm WIDE 340mm x 600mm BLACK GRANITE the same level withWATER the underground parking STORAGE TANK WIDE 1:2.5 the CEMENT MORTAR BINDING COURSE lot. People will go 20mm through courtyard first FLEXIBLE WATER PROOF SYRUP when going to the K11 parking lot. It’s a small cosy 150 WIDE IMPERVIOUS CONCRETE WITH 10mm IN DIAMETER 150mm IN LENGTH BAR space providing sun lightREINFORCING to theSTEEL underground 100 WIDE C15 PLAIN CONCRETE LAYER parking lot. 150 WIDE GRAVEL LAYER

PACKED SOIL, DENSITY > 93%

PACKED SOIL, DENSITY > 93%

DRAIN-PIPE GEOTECHNICAL CLOTH

SECTION 1

1:60

DRAIN-PIPE

GEOTECHNICAL C

150mm WIDE THICK CERAMSITE

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1 WATERWALL SECTION, TYP. WATERWALL 1:10 SECTION, TYP. 1:10 1 SECTION, TYP. 1:10 WATERWALL SECTION, TYP. 1:10 1 WATERWALL

WATERWALL SECTION, TYP. 1:10 TYP. 1:10 WATERWALL SECTION,

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3 CONCRETE PAVER, TYP. 1:10CONCRETE PAVER, TYP. 1:10 3 CONCRETE 3 PAVER, TYP. 1:10 PAVER, 1:10 3TYP. CONCRETE 3

150mm WIDE THIC

CONCRETE CONCRETE PAVER, TYP. PAVER, 1:10 TYP. 1:10

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FLOWER TERRACE, 1:10 TYP. 1:10 FLOWERTYP. TERRACE,

FLOWER TERRACE, TYP. 1:10FLOWER TERRACE, TYP. 1:10 FLOWER TERRACE, TYP.FLOWER 1:10 TERRACE, TYP. 1:10

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2 WATERWALL SECTION, TYP. WATERWALL TYP. 1:10 2 1:10 SECTION,SECTION, TYP. 1:10 WATERWALL SECTION, TYP. 1:10 2 WATERWALL

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WATERWALL SECTION, TYP. 1:10 TYP. 1:10 WATERWALL SECTION,

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4 WATER PLATFORM EDGE, TYP. 1:10 PLATFORM EDGE, TYP. 1:10 WATER 4 WATER 4TYP. PLATFORM WATER EDGE, TYP. 1:10 PLATFORM 1:10 4 EDGE,

WATER PLATFORM EDGE, TYP. EDGE, 1:10 TYP. 1:10 WATER PLATFORM

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FLOWER TERRACE, 1:10 TYP. 1:10 FLOWERTYP. TERRACE,

FLOWER TERRACE, TYP. 1:10FLOWER TERRACE, TYP. 1:10 FLOWER TERRACE, TYP.FLOWER 1:10 TERRACE, TYP. 1:10

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WATERWALL SECTION, TYP. 1:10

CONCRETE PAVER, TYP. 1:10

30mm WIDE 340mm x 600mm BLACK GRANITE

WATER SPOUT, TYP. 1:10

70mm WIDE C15 PLAIN CONCRETE

20mm WIDE 1:2.5 CEMENT MORTAR BINDING COURSE K11 FLEXIBLE WATER PROOF SYRUP

20mm WIDE 1:2.5 CEMENT MORTAR BINDING COURSE

150 WIDE IMPERVIOUS CONCRETE WITH 10mm IN DIAMETER 150mm IN LENGTH REINFORCING STEEL BAR

K11 FLEXIBLE WATER PROOF SYRUP 150 WIDE IMPERVIOUS CONCRETE WITH 10mm IN DIAMETER 150mm IN LENGTH REINFORCING STEEL BAR

100 WIDE C15 PLAIN CONCRETE LAYER

2

FLOWER TERRACE, TYP. 1:10

STONE TYPE 4

WATER STORAGE TANK

150 WIDE GRAVEL LAYER

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30mm - 50mm IN DIAMETER WHITE PEBBLE PAVER

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WATERWALL SECTION, TYP. 1:10

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WATERWALL SECTION, TYP. 1:10

PACKED SOIL, DENSITY > 93%

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FLOWER TERRACE, TYP. 1:10

WATER PLATFORM EDGE, TYP. 1:10

M7.5 MOTAR BUILT MU10 NONBAKED BRICK

DRAIN-PIPE GEOTECHNICAL CLOTH 150mm WIDE THICK CERAMSITE

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SECTION 2

1:60

WATER SPOUT, TYP. 1:10

9 RAILING ELEVATION TYP. 1:20

WATER PLATFORM EDGE, TYP. 1:10


8 GIS WORK SAMPLE PROJECT:PLANNING BIOSWALES SYSTEM FOR SOUTH JORDAN, UTAH TIME: 08/2013 - 12/2013 INSTRUCTOR: DANA TOMLIN

SELECT THE POTENTIAL STREETS FOR BIOSWALES


COMPREHENSIVE ANALYSIS OF NATURAL ENVIRONMENT CONDITIONS AND HUMAN SOCIETY


THANK YOU LUYAO ZHU 215-823-9061 LUYAOZHU@DESIGN.UPENN.EDU 3600 CHESTNUT STREET, MAILBOX 887 PHILADELPHIA, PA, 19104

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