Daniel Ewald, landscape architect MNLA

Project presentation – LAA215 Construction Design

Aerial view of the design concept in progress. SketchUp with aftereffects in Photoshop & Snapseed.

The construction design course has finally been delivered and presented. It has been a very educational course, where the main emphasis has been on the design concept, while at the same time a lot of work has been put into technical solutions and construction material assessments. In many ways it shows how one as a landscape architect needs to keep everything in mind; from design to plan to descriptions; being creative in the design process but down to earth in how the project should be realised. It’s a challenging balance act.

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Construction design – Pergolas

Rendering of SketchUp model, made in Lumion 2.

The third exercise task given in the construction design course concerns light structures of wood, and we were assigned to design a pergola based on examples given in the lectures.

Technical plan and elevations.

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