These are a few examples of basic symbols/textures that I have experience drawing. These give a conceptual plan that I can turn into a more final plan. These are a few examples of concept plans I have drawn.
The one to the left shows one lane of a new 7th East, the bottom left shows a mixed-use Main St. Two examples different types of transects I have made showing the density in a straight line in Salt Lake and the density of vegetation along a Jordan River development site.
Many of the analysis I performed are written in report form and thus can’t be shown effectively here, but here are some graphics to show some of the visual aspects of analysis’. Other analysis’ I have performed include; site analysis and proposal, CPTED analysis, many forms of population and demographic analysis’, analysis’ and critique of various types of master plans, analysis’ on current development projects, redevelopment analysis, and more. Conclusions: -Over 65 yr. lifecycle 5% acre per person in waste -Another 5% of an acre in material consumption off footprint -10% acre total footprint reduction or about 0.6% of a 20 acre footprint -50% landfill space saved possible, personal-56%, national average-32% -66% materials saved
Wind Turbine/Clean Energy For New Lifts Grizzly Lift -Length&lt;1 mile -800 HP X 0.746=597 kW -4,776 kWh per day PC Connector 1 -Length- 1 mile -850 HP X 0.746=634 kW -5,072 kWh per day PC Connector 2 -Length- 0.6 miles -500 HP X 0.746=373 kW -2,984 kWh per day Total Lift Energy 12,832 kWh per day 1,924,800 kWh annual *Lift HP based on Stantec Engineering info. New Collins lift 1.2 miles and runs 1000 HP. kW conversion based on Stantec Engineering conversion of 0.746 kW per HP. Lengths come from measured lift lengths on the Google Earth map ruler
These are just a few examples of the outcomes of charrettes that I was a part of that was later presented to the Salt Lake City Planning Board. Many reports, graphics and presentations have come out of charrettes and groups that I have been a part of.
The CAD wire frame drawing below is the frame for a car display un-rendered. The right two are 5 minute contours, and the middle is a charcoal w/ four values.
Christopher Brown's Portfolio
-Graphic Basics & Concept Plans
-Site Plans, Elevations, & Transects
-Analysis’ & Conclusions
-Freehand & CAD Drawings
All Graphics included are Drawn/Created By
Christopher Brown, scanned to digital and
scaled down for spatial reasons. Originals
and additional work available upon request.
My freehand pencil drawing of
M.C. Escher’s “Eye”
Analysis’ & Conclusions
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-Site analysis and proposal
-Demographic & pop. analysis’
-Analysis’ and critique of master plans
-Analysis’ on current development projects
Park City Population Pyramid Recycling for Crestview
A project in reducing our footprint in our
realm of pleasure.
-Practical overview for three spheres
-Off-grid self sustained development
calculations for all lifts
-Suggested wind turbine
-Descriptions of all
Blue- Ski Trail to Lift
Orange- Existing Important
Yellow- Shuttle Connections
Red- New Lifts