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Unformatted text preview: , Kevin. 1960. The Image of the City. Cambridge Massachusetts, MIT Press. Rosenberg, Daniel and Grafton, Anthony. 2010. Cartographies of Time: A History of the Timeline. New York, Princeton Architectural Press. Abrams, Janet. 2006. “No Mouse Required” and “Locus Focus”. In Elsewhere Mapping: New Cartographies of Networks and Territories, edited by Janet Abrams and Peter Hall, 130-145. Minnesota, University of Minnesota Design Institute. Rutgers -The State University of New Jersey, School of Environmental and Biological Sciences Department of Landscape Architecture Richard Alomar, RLA, CLARB Blake Hall 226 [email protected] (848) 932-5266 (office) (917) 224-8373 (mobile) Office Hours: By appointment Construction III – Fall 2013 Passion Puddle: Redesign for a sustainable campus. Task 2- Material Site Analysis i. Field Verification Go out to the site and verify the base map. You should do this in teams since it’s a lot of work. Verify location of all major trees, planted areas, paths, utilities and structures. Identify all major trees. Note the condition of each tree (good/marginal/dead). ii. Photo Documentation Collect photos that show the existing condition of the site and demonstrate opportunities and constraints. iii. Typical Site Analysis Prepare a typical site analysis showing pedestrian and vehicular circulation, sightlines and vistas, hydrology and uses, In addition provide a morning (9:00 AM) and afternoon (5:00 PM) sun/shade study for March 20th, June 22th and September 22nd. iv. Material Site Analysis Prepare a plan showing all the materials present on the site (natural and manmade). v. Performance Criteria Collect the performance criteria data in Task 2 Performance chart for future comparison. Reference Reading: Strom,Steve, Nathan, Kurt and W oland, Jake. 2013. Site Engineering for Landscape Architects. Hoboken, NJ, John Wiley and Sons. Calkins, Meg. 2009. Materials for Sustainable Sites. Hoboken, NJ, John Wiley and Sons. PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT Rutgers -The State University of New Jersey, School of Environmental and Biological Sciences Department of Landscape Architecture Richard Alomar, RLA, CLARB Blake Hall 226 [email protected] (848) 932-5266 (office) (917) 224-8373 (mobile) Office Hours: By appointment Construction III – Fall 2013 Blake Hall Open Space. Final Design Production General The course is focused on drafting, construction and materials. The first third of the course will be the design development of your fundamentals design of the Blake Hall Parking lot. The rest of the course will be dedicated to the design of an edible green wall and the construction of a mockup of a portion of the wall. Task 1- Lot Plan Draft Go back to your Fundamentals Blake Hall parking lot design model and prepare a draft schematic design for review and comments. Deliverable: (1) 20 scale site plan....
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