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landscape architecture portfolio BLA ball state university 2005-2011 MLA II harvard university 2012-current

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  • DANE CARLSONworksamplesworksamplesbla ball state university 2011MLA II HARVARD university 2014

  • CAPE COD, MA//FLEXTACTICS

    Proposed wellhead conversion allows for program mutability over time. Wellheads can be converted as needed to aid in domestic and state training programs, pump fresh water to the surface, monitor contamination plumes, generate energy, etc. in order to accommodate temporary modes of occupation. As contaminants move through the subsoil, attenuate, and are removed, wellhead conversions can respond to changing needs and changing agencies.

    On Cape Cod, fast draining septic fields on a sand substrate and a cocktail of chemical contaminants from munitions testing at the Massachusetts Military Reservation (MMR) are quickly polluting the sole source of drinking water on the Cape in six areas, or lenses. This project proposes to: remove point source pollution from the MMR and convert/realign the existing network of monitoring wells for programmatic purposes.

  • MUNDUS SUBTERrANEUS

  • military training//disaster readiness

  • LA PRUSIA, NICARAGUA//THE FLEXIBLE GRIDIn La Prusia, a peri-urban barrio of Granada, Nicaragua, residents live under threat of constant eviction. Casas de la Esperanza, an NGO operating in La Prusia, has begun the construction of a new community center, fueled by local micro-finance, to provide alternate housing for those currently illegally inhabiting government land.

    In this project, public space is defined by program and programmatic adjacencies. Defined by programmatic inputs and outputs, the timeline of inhabitation defines the spatial configuration of adjacent cells in the flexible grid. Stormwater runoff from hardscape and the impervious clay soil flows into gardens and a passive irrigation network, and then off-site to neighboring trees.

  • OUTPUT DESTINATIONS

    SHADED SPACE

    SUNLIT SPACE

    LIVESTOCK SPACE

    COMMERCE SPACE

    VERTICAL GROWING SPACE

    TOPOGRAPHIC LOW POINT

    OPEN SPACE

    CONSTRUCTED CANOPY

    TREE CANOPY

    SEATING

    PRODUCTION SPACE

    GATHERING SPACE

    WATER STORAGE

    GROWING SPACE

    SHADED SPA

    CESUNLIT SPAC

    ELIVESTO

    CK SPACECOMME

    RCE SPACEVERTICAL GRO

    WING SPAC

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    COMPOST

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    SUNLIG

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    TOPOGRAPHIC LOW POINT

    OPEN SPACE

    CONSTRUCTED CANOPY

    TREE CANOPY

    SEATING

    PRODUCTION SPACE

    GATHERING SPACE

    WATER STORAGE

    GROWING SPACE

    SHADED SPA

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    GATHERING SPACE

    WATER STORAGE

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    SEATING

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    GATHERING SPACE

    WATER STORAGE

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    PROGRAMMATIC MATRIX//POTENTIALS AND ADJACENCIES

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    CANOPYTEMPORAL EVOLUTION//PROJECTIVE

  • Luce Marina's son, Hector, is paralyzed from the waist-down and was in need of a new bedroom. The volunteers designed and built this room with available materials and fabricated all components on-site. I was responsible for fabrication of metal components as well as the bamboo bracing system used to set the posts in concrete.

    LA CASA de LUCE MARINA

  • MICHIGAN CITY, IN//RECLAIMING THE SHORELINEMichigan City's coal generating station continues to inhibit ecological and community growth. Its constructed shoreline and an up-current jetty prevent the formation of new dunes, and toxic ash settling ponds contaminate groundwater.

    Establishment of ecological process [dune formation] through the reconfiguration of the shoreline allows surrounding ecologies to infiltrate the site, and the settling ponds are repurposed as intradunal wetlands. Existing site infrastructure becomes the frame for new site development.

  • cooling tower

    coal conveyor system

    unused boiler building

    operatiional boilers

    smokestack

    coal ash pipeline

    secondarysettling pond

    sheet pilings/rip-rap

    EXISTING SITE INFRASTRUCTURE

  • SHORELINEINFRASTRUCTUREReconfiguration of steel sheet pilings encourages the accretion of sand, leading to the formation of embryo dunes. Eventually, foredunes will evolve and begin to host dune specialist species.

    Near the existing plant, the existing beach becomes a vibrant new public beach. Public amenities are focused near this nexus of existing infrastructure, while ash slurry pipelines become walkways which infiltrate the southern edges of the site.

  • slurry pond = oak savannah

    constructed shoreline = foredune&backdune

    coal conveyors = aerial walkway system

  • EARTH//WORLD TOUR IV25 nations, 52 cities, and countless sketches. This study abroad consisted of architecture, landscape architecture, and planning students, and included a curriculum based on architectural history/theory, sketching, and globalization in design.

  • MANHATTAN, KS//BIBLICAL WATERSFluid flows were simulated in 3DStudio Max to simulate potential flood patterns, and Grasshopper was used to manipulate ecological flows and process terrain. Post-processing was completed in Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop.

    Completed for a representation course, this project visualizes a series of landforms constructed to create a safe-haven from Biblical-scale flooding. Base data was taken from ArcMap, manipulated in Rhinoceros, and new topographies were input into ArcMap.

  • American military baseIranian military baseoil refinerytanker terminaloil pipelinegas pipelinepolitical boundaryshipping routesurface water

    oil field

    gas field

    urban area

    persian gulf/strait of hormuz//IN DEFENSE OF OILFossil fuel resources in the Persian/Arabian Gulf are divided by geopolitical condition; to the northeast, Iran enforces its presence in the Gulf by threatening to blockade the Strait of Hormuz from its principal naval base at Bandar-e Abbas.

    To the southwest, American air and naval bases litter the coast. Conveniently, all nations on the gulf other than Iran are nominal American allies. These maps make evident the striking correlation between geopolitics, spatial proximities, and resources.