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landscape architecture   Joshua C. Farley                           “sound design = sound landscapes”
Design Philosophy                                                            Design brings us together like the           ...
1 hand graphics2 manhattan mennonite   community (mmc)3 neosho plaza4 seaton greenroof  Manhattan, Kansas5 north bank /  c...
handgraphicscourse:Advanced      Design      Graphicsmedia: Watercolor, Pen,     Ink, Marker, &     GraphiteSpring 2011
Design NarrativeThe design concept and site plan was establishedthrough an exploration of biblical verses and readings.“Th...
Manhattan Mennonite                                                                         Sanctuary                     ...
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CUT E       CUT F   CUT G CUT H              CUT D                                                           FILL AC      ...
Concept StatementThe Kansa Indians and their language influenced theconcept and design for the plaza. The word Neoshoin th...
riverfront outlook and kansa indian memorialplaza entrance and welcome sign from east main street
Concept StatementThe Seaton Hall Greenroof project for KansasState University is based on three differentlocations, each h...
greenroof site and planting planvisual connection of greenroof to seaton hall and highly traveled 17th street
Statement of Intent                                           current infrastructure                                      ...
activating the riverfront with open space and mixed-use development
Project BackgroundThe Stout Pedestrian Plaza stems from a groupanalysis and master plan for the revitalization ofthe Arapa...
8                      1   Gateway                 5 Fountain &                                                    Seating...
Project BackgroundThe site is located in Manhattan, Kansasapproximately one mile south of the KansasRiver west of U.S. Hig...
PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCTparti / design concept                                             recreational...
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  1. 1. landscape architecture Joshua C. Farley “sound design = sound landscapes”
  2. 2. Design Philosophy Design brings us together like the sound of music. If you play loud enough and long enough, someone will eventually listen.“My role in society, or any artist’s or poet’s role, is to try and express what we all feel. Not totell people how to feel. Not as a preacher, not as a leader, but as a reflection of us all.” John Lennon
  3. 3. 1 hand graphics2 manhattan mennonite community (mmc)3 neosho plaza4 seaton greenroof Manhattan, Kansas5 north bank / city ecologies6 stout plaza Denver, Colorado7 wildwood estates Manhattan, Kansas
  4. 4. handgraphicscourse:Advanced Design Graphicsmedia: Watercolor, Pen, Ink, Marker, & GraphiteSpring 2011
  5. 5. Design NarrativeThe design concept and site plan was establishedthrough an exploration of biblical verses and readings.“The kingdom of heaven is like a mustard seed,which a man took and planted in his field. Though itis the smallest of all your seeds, yet when it grows,it is the largest of garden plants and becomes a tree,so that the birds of the air come and perch in itsbranches.” (Matthew:31:31-32) Like the parable,the design concept and surrounding landscape isrooted in Manhattan, Kansas and will someday growinto a community of worship and knowledge. Thepathways and design features act as the branchesof the mustard seed, extending out and creating awelcoming area for all the people of the earth.Oak Tree: “And Joshua wrote these words in thebook of the law of God, and took a great stone, andset it up there under an oak, that was by the sanctuaryof the LORD.” (Joshua 24:26).Oak trees were placed at the edges of theproperty and around the building to symbolizethe establishment of a monument of worship and design development for site and program elementscongregation. sketched by partner Derek Hoetmer mmc view from deck overlooking landscaped recreational area and community space Manhattan Kansas Mennonite Community course: Planting Design Studio media: AutoCAD Civil 3D, Sketch-Up, Adobe Photoshop/ Ilustrator Spring 2011 oak trees act as building mask and provide shade for structure and turf area
  6. 6. Manhattan Mennonite Sanctuary baptismal farmer’s area market entrance plaza fenced outdoor play area community garden native grasses outdoor recreational area outdoor ceremonial areasite plan vegetation shows relationship between interior sanctuary and outdoor baptismal area
  7. 7. 1 2 3 4 5 D C PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT covered patio for outdoor dining and social gatherings 3C 800 812 8" O.C. B 1-10" 1 4" 1" 4" 3" 4" Manhattan Mennonite Church 3 8" O.C. 1-10" 4" 1" 4" 3" 4" Manhattan Mennonite 8" Church 3 8" A D 2 2 4" 1 4" 4" 1 1-8" 1 3-8" 1 4" 1 1-8" 1 1 2 3 4 5 PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT 3-8" church and community welcome sign 3 4 5PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUC PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT 1 2 3 4 5 C top view of welcome sign PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT D D 8" O.C. 1-10" 4" 1" 4" 3" 4" Manhattan Mennonite Church 3 C C PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT 8" 2 B 4" 1 4" 1 1-8" 1 3-8" Construction B B Documents 1A fence detail providing security and privacy for recreational space 800 810 3 4 5PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUC
  8. 8. CUT E CUT F CUT G CUT H CUT D FILL AC KO PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT 2 3 4 KP CUT I CUT K CUT N KQ FILL B FILL C CUT J CUT L CUT M FILL A earthwork diagram 1 2 3 PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT fill, cut, k diagram
  9. 9. Concept StatementThe Kansa Indians and their language influenced theconcept and design for the plaza. The word Neoshoin the Kansa language means, “water that has beenmade muddy” or simply put “water in it.” I find thistranslation very significant because the meaningparallels the formation of the city. The NeoshoRiver sits in the heart of Council Grove and is a veryimportant historical landmark. Council Grove cameto be because this location was a crossing point forsettlers traveling west. The plaza captures the trueessence of the Neosho river and “water in it” with Awater features running throughout the plaza space. KEY B C D B Focus Area A Amphitheater D Outlook & Madonna of the Trail C Riverside Reflection Area Opportunity for Improvement Proposed Trees Proposed Trails Proposed Hardscape Paths master plan for the revitalization of the neosho riverfront neosho plaza Council Grove, Kansas course:Site Design Studio 2 media: Sketch-Up, Marker, Ink, & Colored Pencil Spring 2010 plaza entrance adjacent historic downtown Council Grove
  10. 10. riverfront outlook and kansa indian memorialplaza entrance and welcome sign from east main street
  11. 11. Concept StatementThe Seaton Hall Greenroof project for KansasState University is based on three differentlocations, each having a varying degree of shade,wind, and microclimate. This particular projectis located on the westside of Seaton Hall. Dueto the sites heavily shaded nature, shade tolerantplants were picked in order to sustain the bestpossible life and overall benefits.The concept for the greenroof is based on theprinciple of wind and how it affects the site.Circulation of wind within the site is circulardue to the winds hitting the limestone walls and greenroof location - westside of seaton hallcreating a vortex. The wind patterns can be seenin the photograph to the right. These patternswere then translated into the design, becominga highly aesthetic feature while also maintainingfunctionality through positive drainage and waterstorage via the adjacent cistern. snow accumulation and wind patterns Project Pricing Roofing Price 1 Rl BASE SHEET@ $33.35 $33.35 BASE SHEET FASTERNERS $10.00 7 TUBES NP-1@$ 4.50 $31.50 2 RL DERBIGUM GP @ $61.98 $123.96 2 RL PERMASTIC @ $41.07 $82.14 20FT TERM. BAR @ $0.50 $10.00 47.5 LABOR @ $48.00 $2,280.00 TOTAL= $2,570.95 Materials S/F Heavey Duty Root Stop 0.69 $234.60 Root Stop Seem Tape Per Roll $69.00 Filter Fabric 0.4 $136.00 Garden GR30 1.99 $676.60 CU/YRD Mineral Aggregate (Ballast) $168.00 $168.00 Hydrotech Extensive Media $132.00 $319.00 TOTAL= 1603.2 Plants seaton Botanical Name Schizachyrium scoparium Common Name Little Bluestem Per $1.70 Plugs $42.50 greenroof Sporobolus heterolepis Prairie Dropseed $1.70 $39.00 Sedum Mix 1.89 S/F $340.20 Texas Cistern 300 Gal. $500 Seaton Hall Project Estimate= $5,095.85 Manhattan, Kansas course: Planting Design Studio media: Sketch-Up, Marker, Ink, & Colored Pencil Spring 2010 section showing layers with water drain and edge constraints
  12. 12. greenroof site and planting planvisual connection of greenroof to seaton hall and highly traveled 17th street
  13. 13. Statement of Intent current infrastructure road networkThe core dilemma of the north bank in Kansas rail lineCity, Missouri is the gap in the urban fabricbetween downtown and the highly populatedsuburbs to the north. The principal strategy is tocreate a hub between the proposed twenty-fourhour city and the northern suburbs, pulling theproposed riverfront development along BerkleyRiverfront Park across the river. landuse diagram residential mixed useSupporting this is a vision of a highly residential commercial/retailmixed use development mirroring the adjacentsouthern riverfront. Accommodating for pedes-trian and bicycle traffic will create better con-nections to both sides of the river and promotea walkable and functional community. Also byutilizing the existing infrastructure of train tracks it missouri river andcould be possible to extend proposed TOD across private propertythe river to provide access for residents north of private property/leveethe river. The new development must be more Missouri Riverdiverse in use and programmed in a manner thatutilizes all of the differing aspects of being close,yet separated from the city. The vision is an ideaof a “one riverfront” identity, as opposed to twoopposite opposing banks. site development north bank Kansas City, Missouri course: Community Planning & Design media: Sketch-Up, Marker, Ink, & Colored Pencil Spring 2010 conceptual vision for the future of the north bank
  14. 14. activating the riverfront with open space and mixed-use development
  15. 15. Project BackgroundThe Stout Pedestrian Plaza stems from a groupanalysis and master plan for the revitalization ofthe Arapahoe Square District in Denver, Colorado.This district has long been under maintainedand the city looks to redevelop the area into avibrant, transit oriented community. Our teamsgoals were to develop a district of mixed usebusiness and residential development while alsoincorporating TOD and a network of open spaceto connect different parts of the city.Concept StatementThe Platte River is formed by the confluence ofthe North and South Platte Rivers. The river istermed a “braided stream,” describing a body ofwater that divides into several channels separatedby beds of sediment, or islands. First discovered process sketches for stout pedestrian plazaby a European, Etienne de Veniard, sieur deBourgmonte in 1714, the river was coined theNebraskier, an Oto word meaning “flat water.”In the lower regions of the Platte, the river isboarded by bluffs. The design of the plaza itselflooks to embody the true essence of the PlatteRiver and signify the movement and fluidity thatit possesses. The Stout Pedestrian Plaza aims tobe a gateway from the South for the ArapahoeSquare District and the proposed pedestriancorridor of 21st street. 21st STREET activating 21st street with pedestrian corridor and TOD stout plaza Denver, Colorado course:Site Planning & Design media: Sketch-Up, AutoCad Civil 3D, Adobe Photoshop Spring 2010 group master plan for the Arapahoe Square District
  16. 16. 8 1 Gateway 5 Fountain & Seating 7 2 Main Circulation 6 Green Roof & Light Wall 3 Secondary Circulation 7 Sculptural Light & Seating 4 Recreational Center 8 Shaded Roadside Entrance Seating 4 5 6 3 2 1shaded plaza seating along roadway site plan
  17. 17. Project BackgroundThe site is located in Manhattan, Kansasapproximately one mile south of the KansasRiver west of U.S. Highway 177. The site canbe described as having east-facing slopes withrise:run ratio of 15% and greater, covering 63.6%of the site area. This conservation developmentseeks to provide a residential enclave thatcaptures the true essence of the local FlintHills while also creating a visual connection toManhattan and the surrounding areas.Concept StatementThe design concept for Wildwood Estates was site context and locationdeveloped through an exploration of site features, 1080 Contour Map 0 25 50 100 150 200 Meters ¯conditions, and suitability. A GIS suitability 1090 1100 1050 1110 1080 1120map including slope, aspect, and existing 1130 1140 1170 1060vegetation was created to locate areas most 1070suitable for development of the client’s desired 1180 1120 1110 1090program elements. These program elements 1230 1140were combined with a welcoming character that 1210 1190 1200 1 - low 1240 1100considered existing conditions and preserved 1250 1260 1160 1150 1130 1160 1170 1150 2 - moderate40-60% of natural vegetation and open-space. 3 - high 1220 1180 1180 ¯ ¯ 1190 0 100 200 400 600 0 100 200 400 600 Legend Vegetation Legend Aspect Reclass existing vegetation aspect Feet Feet Site_Bound Aspect Suitability for Development Site_Bound Value Contour10ft 1 - low 2 - moderate SiteVeg_Eli4 3 - high Contour10ft 0 - no development 1 - low Low : 0.25 2 - moderate 3 - high High : 2.75 ¯ ¯ High : 2.75 Legend Legend Slope Reclass 0 100 200 400 600 Suitability Map 0 100 200 400 600 slope suitability map Feet Site_Bound Feet Site_Bound Contour10ft Suitability For Development Value Slope Suitability for Development Value 0 - no development 1 - low 2 - moderate 3 - high Low : 0.25 Contour10ft GIS analysis PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT 1 2 3 4 5 General Notes:  Survey of existing conditions completed by: Farside Design Firm  All traverse angles were determined from true North  Typical dimensions Local Street Width - 24" D ScenicRidge, Camp Wildcat Trail, Questrian Way - 16 D  Profile drawings are vertical exaggerated  Springer Court is proposed to be the major roadway through the CON site Surve  Right of Way dimensions are 60ft being 30ft from centerline wildwood Legend: Archi Street Centerline Traverse Line of Summation estates Back of Curb Engin Projection Line from Horizontal Curve 01+00.00 Station Point BP Point-of-Beginning Manhattan, EP Point-of-Ending PC Point-of-Curvature C C PT Point-of-Tangency Kansas R Radius of Curve PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT L Length of Curve T Tangent Distance Δ Central Angle course: Lar PI Point of Intersection Specialization Studio media: Sketch-Up, Arc GIS, Vue 9, AutoCad Civil 3D, Adobe Horizontal Alignment N Photoshop Scale: 0 100 200 300 400 feet Fall 2011 B 1" = 100 B horizontal road alignment XXX
  18. 18. PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCTparti / design concept recreational area with shower house, camping units, and trailhead Entrance Drive Springer Court Trailhead Entry Sign Vegetated Bioswale Photoelectric Cells Townhome Residential Planting Area Community Gardens Springer Park Sand Volleyball Gazebo Entrance Fountain PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT Playground Community Center Pool Area Additional Parking Trailhead Entranceconcept 1 Road Centerline Horse Stables Horse Corral Grazing Area Bed & Breakfast Patio Area Trailhead Entrance Entrance Drive / Bioswale Camping Units Firepit Welcome Sign Shower House Vegetated Median Trailhead Entranceconcept 2 site plan

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