The residential designs that followed were created for a variety of family clients.
Permaculture has been a growing trend in gardening but is often not understood. This project provides an example of permaculture design and an accompanying workbook to help educate people on permaculture.
This design is rooted in a real-world context, but its primary purpose is to provide an example for others to learn from.
An introduction to permaculture focusing on principles and design utilizing this example design is presented in a workbook. The first section of the workbook is provided below.
Created with Sketchbook, AutoCAD, Photoshop, and Indesign.
This landscape design features a small farm and residence and was completed as a small group project for a school assignment.
Utilizing the complex slope of the site, this landscape segregates and barn and greenhouse area from the residence, and allows for fruit trees, crop production, and beautiful flower gardens.
Included below are the final presentation board and construction documentation.
Created with AutoCAD, LandF/X, Sketchup, Lumion, Illustrator, InDesign, and Photoshop.
The purpose of this design was to provide a place for physical therapy activities at a skilled nursing facility. It also features a range of edible plants and flowers for use by the residents at the facility.
This garden features a multi-texture walkway, ramp and stairs, benches for seating, a water feature, and a wide range of beautiful plants. For the complete poster, see below.
Created with AutoCAD, Sketchup, Lumion, InDesign, and Photoshop.
This project was entered into the Permaculture Insitute of North America’s 2018 NatureWise Permaculture Design Contest and was a featured entry available to view at this link.