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Site Design Portfolio Each assignment or exercise in this class will be to produce the parts of a site-specific design portfolio. – The portfolio can describe.

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1 Site Design Portfolio Each assignment or exercise in this class will be to produce the parts of a site-specific design portfolio. – The portfolio can describe or promote your design ideas among stakeholders – Well documented goals and design provide guidance for implementation and evaluation – Portfolio organization is based on the design process

2 Basic Portfolio Parts Goals Assessment Design: – Schematic – Patch design

3 Basic Portfolio Parts Assessment – What is there, now. – inhale…

4 Basic Portfolio Parts Assessment – What is there, now. – inhale… Close your eyes for a moment…

5 Assessment Exercise Take out your Base Map Ask for the BASE MAP handout… Ask for the BASE MAP handout…

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7 Assessment Exercise Take out your Base Map and secure it to the table or your clipboard. Cover your basemap with an overlay of tracing paper

8 Assessment Exercise Take out your Base Map and secure it to the table or your clipboard. Cover your basemap with an overlay of tracing paper Place a title and date on overlay

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10 Assessment Exercise With your memory--using only words, sketches and annotations--show the location of a few of the property’s most important elements on your overlay.

11 Example brainstorm notes “Woods and fields are choked with honeysuckle, wild grape vines, and overcrowded young trees.” “Facilities for apprentices and permaculture classes.” Well Home Wind tower Garden Hill Pond

12 Basic Portfolio Parts Assessment – What is there, now. – inhale…

13 Basic Portfolio Parts Assessment – Organized and based on the Scale of Permanence – P.A. Yeomans developed the "Keyline" system in Australia in the 1950s based on the idea that some landscape elements are more permanent than others. His list was eventually altered by Bill Mollison and David Holmgren, then again recently by Dave Jacke and Eric Tonesmeier.

14 Basic Portfolio Parts -The Scale of Permanence is organized from the landscape features that are most to least energy intensive to change.

15 Scale of Permanence? SORT BY most to least energy intensive to change.: Soil Landform Access and Circulation Vegetation and Wildlife Climate Microclimate Buildings and Infrastructure Zones of Use Invisible Structures Aesthetics and Experience. Water Ask about the prize!

16 Scale of Permanence 1.Climate

17 Scale of Permanence 1.Climate 2.Landform

18 Scale of Permanence 1.Climate 2.Landform 3.Water

19 Scale of Permanence 1.Climate 2.Landform 3.Water 4.Invisible Structures

20 Scale of Permanence 1.Climate 2.Landform 3.Water 4.Invisible Structures 5.Access and Circulation

21 Scale of Permanence 1.Climate 2.Landform 3.Water 4.Invisible Structures 5.Access and Circulation 6.Vegetation and Wildlife

22 Scale of Permanence 1.Climate 2.Landform 3.Water 4.Invisible Structures 5.Access and Circulation 6.Vegetation and Wildlife 7.Microclimate 8.Buildings and Infrastructure 9.Zones of Use 10.Soil 11.Aesthetics and Experience.

23 Scale of Permanence Listed in the Site Assessment Workbook: 1.Climate 2.Landform 3.Water 4.Invisible Structures 5.Access and Circulation 6.Vegetation and Wildlife 7.Microclimate 8.Buildings and Infrastructure 9.Zones of Use 10.Soil 11.Aesthetics and Experience.

24 Basic Portfolio Parts Assessment – What is there, now. – inhale…

25 Basic Portfolio Parts Assessment – Organized and based on the Scale of Permanence – Provides a common reference for design and implementation – Summary Assessments Written narratives or description of features – Overlays Maps (usually tissue overlays on the base map) that record feature

26 Aerial

27 Survey

28 Aerial w/ Topographic Overlay

29 Aerial w/ Survey Overlay

30 Survey w/ Overlay Sketch

31 Survey w/ Multiple Overlays

32 Landform

33 Water

34 Water Observations during flooding

35 Invisible Structures

36 Access & Circulation

37 Trees Detail

38 Boundaries & Structures

39 Permaculture Zones of Use – Multiple daily interventions & visits 2 - Daily interventions & visits during most seasons 3 – Many interventions & visits each month 4 – Less than monthly… 5 – A few or no interventions per year. These counts can be adjusted to reflect the scale and activity of a site. 1 – Multiple daily interventions & visits 2 - Daily interventions & visits during most seasons 3 – Many interventions & visits each month 4 – Less than monthly… 5 – A few or no interventions per year. These counts can be adjusted to reflect the scale and activity of a site.

40 Soil Assessment

41 Historical Observations

42 Sectors

43 Water Infrastructure & Needs Detail

44 Custom Detail

45 Written Summary of Tree & Brush Thin crowded young forest of Ash, Cherry, some Oak with Japanese Honeysuckle dominating the shrub layer Dog wood and Honeysuckle bushes: dense, & barely penetratable Cool dense White Pine grove, with some Honeysuckle Primordial, wild Hemlock grove in swampy, root tangled soils Swampy bog land

46 Basic Portfolio Parts Goals – Goal articulation helps stakeholders focus their purpose and needs on the site Assessment – Organized and based on the Scale of Permanence – Observation and documentation provides a common reference for design and implementation – Summary Assessments Written narratives or description of features – Overlays Maps (usually tissue overlays on the base map) that record features Design: – Schematic – Patch design

47 Homework Complete your basemap Create/complete goals statement Create overlays describing or showing: Site – Sectors – Access & Circulation – Zones of Use – Experience


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