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JOLLYLEO
Landscape architect
Artist-painter

Ta b l e o f c o n t e n t s

Leo JOLLY

S K E TC H A N D PA I N T I N G . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . p. 3

Landscape architect
and Artist painter
www.leojolly.net
leo.jolly.paysage@gmail.com

PA R K A N D G A R D E N S C A L E . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . p. 5
FRANCE - Kings Garden project
AUSTRALIA- Terrasse garden project

C I T Y S C A L E . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . p. 1 0
FRANCE - Super saclay project
DENMARK - Concrete symphony project

CO U N T R Y S C A L E . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . p. 2 1
FRANCE - Invisible asteroid project
BOLIVIA - Sentinel of the desert

2

S K E TC H
A N D PA I N T I N G

3

Designing a Cascade

Designing stairs with
a specific perspective

Revealing this old roman road.

Designing a hiking road

SKETCHING AN IDEA

In a team, drawing helps
everyone to share an common
view for a project in a quick
process.

Specific henhouse
for a retirement home.
4

Bench in St Clouds park, St clouds ( FRANCE)

St Clouds park, FRANCE

Lamp post, Amsterdam

Bench, Amsterdam (NETHERLANDS)

SKETCHING FOR IMAGINATION

During my trips, I am taking
time to sketch landscape architecture projects in the city that
I visit. It is about understanding
design specificities to get
inspired for new projects.
5

Stairs and bench, Paris (FRANCE)

Paradise garden- Sot pastl

Iceland in a cloud- Sot pastl

Pastel (Garden)

Dream - Soft pastel

Dragon landscape- watercolor and pen

Autumn reflection - Watercolor (Water)

Painting to reveal
ambiance.
For more artwork, you can visit
my website www.leojolly.net
Painting is a fast medium to create
a unique design ambiance by
using different painting technicals
(Soft pastel, watercolor, pen...)

Autumn reflection - Watercolor
6

PA R K A N D
GARDEN SCALE

7

KING’S GARDEN
Palace of Versailles

Quintinie esplanade, a meeting space

A purified style to valorise the architecture

Restoring the gardens
of Palace of versailles

The French government wanted to
restore the gardens of the palace of
Versailles with a new target.
Designing the garden with the
contempory uses of the park.
Today, this garden is welcoming
students, tourists, teachers and the
inhabitants of Versailles.
Entrance in the vegetable garden of the king
8

A multipurpose garden

Destroying the wall to show
a perspective on the king’s garden

ACCESSING

WALKING

CHOOSING

SEEING

REVEAL THE VIEWS

The main target was to keep the
French style by creating a central
path to link the main activities and
a secondary path for other
important entrances.
The second target was to
destroy a wall which separated the
garden in one side from the
building on the other side.
View on the specific architecture
9

S H I N Y R O O F TO P G A R D E N
Valorising space with vegetations

A charmful and colorful garden (Drawing, photoshop)

A perspective on the sky (Drawing, photoshop)

0

2m

Garden masterplan (Autocad, Photoshop)

Garden design

The demand was designing a
rooftop garden in collaboration
with an architecture studio.
Interior garden (Photoshop)

10

CITY SCALE

11

Rer B

Gares du métro
de la ligne 18

Esp

200 logements / Ha

uté

tralités polarisées au sein d’un réseau de mobilités

agricole m
ace

500 m

150 logements / Ha

/ Ha
m100
enlogements
7 minutes
avec la ligne 18 et diffusion multimodale sur le plateau

1 km

Ville compacte et espace agricole fonctionnel

Des centralités polarisées au sein d’un réseau de mobilit

S U P E R S A C L AY

vec 1500 Ha pour une plus grande cohésion métropolitaine, 55 m² d’espace urbain / habitant

15 km en 7 minutes avec la ligne 18 et diffusion multimodale sur le plateau

300 000 inhabitants for the project «Grand Paris»

SUPER

0

0,5

1

2

3

5 km

3
300.000 habi

N

1:25.000e
0

A sustainable city between nature, lake and local food production

CreatING a smart citY AND
saving agricultural land

The target of the project «Grand
Paris » is to increase the public
transportation in the suburbs of
Paris and create attractive points.
In the Saclay plateau, the target is
to build a cluster, to gather all
prestigious French Schools.

0,5

1

2

300.0
3

1:25.

2015 : SITUATI
2015 : SITUATION
2015 : SITUATION

Morcelle

Versailles

However, Saclay plateau is actually
a huge agriultural field and it is one
of the best in France.

Project area

N

Saclay plateau, 20km from Paris
La
possibilité d’un ancrage territorial singulier

Metro line
primaires
project écoles
collèges et lycées
écoles supérieures

12

De
La possibilité d’un ancrage territor
Un manque

Echelle : 1/200.000e

surface urbanisée
surface boisée
surface agricole

N

La limite de Saint-Quentin requalifiée : boisements et plans d’eau forment un parc au
contact de l’agriculture

A smart city and a fonctional agriculture
Toussus-le-Noble,
village résilient

Etangs et bassins

Saclay bourg intégré
dans Super-Saclay

Le quartier du Moulon,
à flanc de coteau et ceint
par les bois

Vue depuis Massy-Palaiseau

la nouvelle ville-Campus de Saclay
s’étend entre eau et boisements

It is a city which takes care about
the geography and nature

UNE GÉOGRAPHIE MAXIMISÉE, DYNA
Bois de Vauhallan

Vallée de la Bièvre

Bois de Villebois

L’eau, élément essentiel aux
cultures du plateau, comme limite
fonctionnelle destinée à contenir
la ville compacte

Grandes cultures

No
pet

Saclay village

Les rigoles historiques rénovées et
complétées permettent le drainage
et l’irrigation des cultures

Un vide articulé autour de
Toussus-le Noble, village,
fief de l’espace agricole fertile

City connecting
to geography
B
1.4 km

Une
villeagriculture
connectée plateau
aux
It
is an
vallées et structurée par
close to the valleys.
les boisements
The concept of the project
Echelle horizontale : 1/10.000
is
to verticale
use and
extend these
Echelle
: 1/1.000
valleys into the new city
and to create public parks
based on its geography.

500 m

400 m

450 m

500 m

600

ème

ème

Close to the city, the agriculture field are

Vue depuis le technocentre de Guyancourt

Bois de Villebois : la rigole structure une promenade
designed by lot of canals to save water
et des espace humides

l’eau et les bosquets d’arbres créent une transition
harmonieuse avec le parc agricole

13
Technocentre Renault

Ferme de Villaroy

Grandes cultures de

Toussus-le-Noble:
village agricole

Maraichage

CONTRASTE ET ACCENTUATION

Build a city by excavating and refilling

A

A’

Technocentre Renault

Ferme de Villaroy

A

In

es

dationsévité
on

Vue depuis le technocentre de Guyancourt

l’eau et les bosquets d’arbres créent une transition
harmonieuse avec le parc agricole

Toussus-le-Noble:
village agricole
requalifié

Grandes cultures de
Villaroy

700 m

600 m

1 km

De ville en ville : un
espace agricole intensif
qui s’organise autour de
Toussus-le-Noble

Maraichage

Ferme piscicole
d’Orsigny

Grandes cultures

1.7 km

400 m

Quartier lié aux
étangs et à la
gare

Lagunage

A’

1.4 km

L’aéroport reconverti : entre prairies et pistes investies par les
urbains

Echelle horizontale : 1/10.000ème
Echelle verticale : 1/1.000ème

Contact entre Super Saclay et l’espace agricole : des espaces publics tournés vers l’eau

La limite de Saint-Quentin requalifiée : boisements et plans d’eau forment un parc au
contact de l’agriculture

Etangs et réserve
ornithologique

Toussus-le-Noble,
village résilient

Etangs et bassins

prairies
inondables

Saclay bourg intégré
dans Super-Saclay

Super Saclay : une ville dense qui respire
grâce aux bois et à l’eau

B’

Système hydraulique
existant et dysfonctionnel
Système de bassins d’orage
pour gérer les eaux pluviales
quartier du Moulon,
Sytème deLeà flanc
lagunage
pour traiter
de coteau et ceint
par les bois
la consommation
d’eau urbaine

B

Espaces naturels ouverts
depuis Massy-Palaiseau
StrateVue
arborée
existante

la nouvelle ville-Campus de Saclay

s’étend
entre eau
et boisements
Nouvelle
strate
arborée

Des espaces naturels
ouvertsMAXIMISÉE,
et fermésDYNAMISÉE
mis en réseau
UNE GÉOGRAPHIE
Bois de Vauhallan

Bois de Corbeville

Bois de Villebois

Nouveau quartier du
petit Saclay

Saclay village

Vallée de la Bièvre

Nouveau quartier lié
au cluster

Vallée de l’Yvette

Quartier du Moulon

Grandes cultures

Traversées, perceptions et usages au sein d’un écosystème complexe et généreux
L’eau, élément essentiel aux
cultures du plateau, comme limite
fonctionnelle destinée à contenir
la ville compacte

710 Ha

lture
ricu

onnésàl’ag
red

Les rigoles historiques rénovées et
complétées permettent le drainage
et l’irrigation des cultures

Un vide articulé autour de
Toussus-le Noble, village,
fief de l’espace agricole fertile

B
1.4 km

500 m

400 m

450 m

500 m

600 m

600 m

600 m

De Saint-Quentin à Super Saclay :
un espace agricole valorisé et structurant
B’

400 m

Une ville connectée aux
vallées et structurée par
les boisements
Echelle horizontale : 1/10.000ème
Echelle verticale : 1/1.000ème
A

Bois de Villebois : la rigole structure une promenade
et des espace humides

Preserving nature
and building A city
is possible

Bois de Corbeville : les espace publics de la ville sont résolument
tournés vers le bois

A’

Vue depuis le technocentre de Guyancourt

l’eau et les bosquets d’arbres créent une transition
Golf
harmonieuse avec
le parc agricole

ZA

M
Technocentre Renault

Creating a green and
blue corridor to preserve
nature and in the same
time allow a good living
condition for the futur
inhabitants.
Golf

A

Aérodrome

Ferme de Villaroy

Toussus-le-Noble:
village agricole
requalifié

Grandes cultures de
Villaroy

700 m

1 km

De ville en ville : un
espace agricole intensif
qui s’organise autour de
Toussus-le-Noble

600 m

Maraichage

Grandes cultures

1.7 km

400 m

Ferme piscicole
d’Orsigny

Lagunage

Quartier lié aux
étangs et à la
gare

1.4 km

A’

DGA

L’aéroport reconverti : entre prairies et pistes investies par les
urbains

Echelle horizontale : 1/10.000ème
Echelle verticale : 1/1.000ème

Contact entre Super Saclay et l’espace agricole : des espaces publics tournés vers l’eau

La limite de Saint-Quentin requalifiée : boisements et plans d’eau forment un parc au
contact de l’agriculture

M

Toussus-le-Noble,
village résilient

Etangs et bassins

14
M

Saclay bourg intégré
dans Super-Saclay

M

Super Saclay : une ville dense qui respire
grâce aux bois et à l’eau

A
smart city and fonctional
agriculture
TRANSITION
ÉCOLOGIQUE

: CHAQUE M3 COMPTE

Une ville compacte et intelligente

Quel mo

Gestion de l’eau

Grandes écoles
et universités

qui dessine les espaces publics :
stockage, drainage, traitement,
réutilisation de l’eau s’intègrant
aux espaces plantés

ouvertes sur la ville et à un
plus large public

La ville dense
empêche l’étalement
urbain et le mitage
du territoire
Toits investis

par des terrasses, des jardins...
contribuent aux corridors
écologiques

Espaces publics

propices aux rencontres
et au lien social

Nouvelles possibilités de déplacements

auxquelles s’adaptent les espaces (places convertibles qui
peuvent accueillir une multiplicité de fonctions, parkings
sillos)

13 km

Route agricole centrale

Circulations douces

qui maillent
le territoire, elles sont accompagnées de
dispositifs pour éviter le piétinement des
champs (haies, fossés, alignements...)

Haies bocagères basses

réservée aux engins agricoles et qui
dessert les principales fermes en passant
par Toussus-le-Noble

dessinent des parcelles en longueur
et permettent une production de
bois énergie en même temps qu’une
meilleure productivité agricole grâce
aux auxilliaires

Parcelles expérimentales
liées aux établissements
recherche (INRA...)

de

L’espace agricole offre
productions locales, espaces
d’expérimentations et de
détente à la ville
Rigoles restaurées et
entretenues, elles servent
d’appuis à des haies et sont
le support de promenades.

Petits boisements

Fermes polyfonctionnelles

regroupent en leur sein plusieurs
activités
et
mutualisent
leurs
équipements et engins afin d’améliorer
leur productivité.

par différents moyens, comme
les pré-vergers, qui permettent
d’assurer
deux
productions
différentes sur une même parcelle

situées dans les points bas, où
elles ne bouchent pas la vue, elles
ont les mêmes fonctions que les
haies bocagères

ASTE ET ACCENTUATION

M

hage
araîc urb

rescéréaliè
ultu

Lier production d’énergie
et agriculture, avec
compost et géothermie
Surélévation des maisons individuelles
pour créer de nouveaux logements

Diffuser la connaissance de l’agriculture
à travers un musée et un céréaletum

Echanges de plantes et des
connaissances autour de celles-ci

aturels ouverts et fermés mis en réseau

Education

ns et usages au15sein d’un écosystème complexe et généreux

Construire les dents creuses de la ville,
Bimby

Diversifier les modes de transport

Optimiser les déplacements

Créer des mico-centralités dans la
ville qui fournissent
commerces,
Grandes
cultures
équipements et espacesCultures
ouverts
particulières

Déconstruction d’un tissu pavillonaire obsolète
pour construire des logements mitoyens denses
en réutilisant les matériaux de la démolition

ercheINR
ech

Different
of agriculture
activities
Un types
territoire
agricole
renforcé,

Densité

mpostière
Co

contrepoint à la ville compacte

Mobilités

3000 Ha de parc agricole = 100 m² / habitant du plateau

Renforcement des limites de St

Versailles
Chantiers
Rer C

0,54
0,54 0,58
0,58

Faible
densité
Faible densité
source : IAUIdF

Rer C

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0,28

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Reconversion
des
hangars
(aérodromes, zones d’activités) en
logements

A

Agricultural fields allow local
productions, experimental spaces
and nursery crops.

Hauteur moyenne : 1,6

Op
ér

Etudier les nouveaux modes de production : permaculture
avec culture sur buttes, utilisation des auxilliaires

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erm

lt
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Adaption du logement aux besoins de ses
habitants (extension du bâti, aménagements)

R

Faire des écoles des lieux d’ouverture
et d’échanges autour de la transition

rescéréalièr
ultu

es

The compact city allows to avoid
urban sprawl to preserve the
environment.

C

prairies
inondables

Développer des pôles
d’échanges multimodaux

e
qu

Application
GPS
pour
optimiser les temps de
transport

ornithologique

F

Reconversion des grandes fermes
agricoles en logements

Les fermes comme support
Etangs
réserve
de recherche
etet d’innovation

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de bâtir. Des
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rencontrés en Île-d
permettent
le champ d’ob
et de remettre
certaines idée
Si la densité
un élément d’app
la forme
Cergy «Kde
and K»
Densité nette
: 0,27
elle
ne s’y ré
CES : 0,17

Un espace agricole fonctionnel, intensif et structurant

dationsévité
on

mix

Haies arbustives

Appréh
la d
3. Formes urb
et de

Agriculture intensive

Tis
su

disséminés dans l’espace agricole
pour ne pas faire rupture, ils
servent à la production de bois et
à l’hébergement des auxilliaires

N118

la consommation d’eau urbaine

entretenues, elles servent
d’appuis à des haies et sont
le support de promenades.

Espaces naturels ouverts

Fermes polyfonctionnelles

Strate arborée existante

regroupent en leur sein plusieurs
activités
et
mutualisent
leurs
équipements et engins afin d’améliorer
leur productivité.

Nouvelle strate arborée

Build a city by excavating and refilling

par différents moyens, comme
les pré-vergers, qui permettent
d’assurer
deux
productions
différentes sur une même parcelle

Des espaces naturels ouverts et fermés mis en réseau

situées dans les points bas, où
elles ne bouchent pas la vue, elles
ont les mêmes fonctions que les
haies bocagères

Traversées, perceptions et usages au sein d’un écosystème complexe et généreux

Entre habitat individuel
peu dense et
habitat collectif dense,
il existe d’autres possibilités
de bâtir. Des exemples
de morphologies urbaines
rencontrés en Île-de-France
permettent d’élargir
le champ d’observation
et de remettre en cause
certaines idées reçues.
Si la densité constitue
un élément d’appréciation
la forme urbaine,
Cergy «Kde
and K»
Les Mureaux
Densité nette
: 0,27
D.pas.
: 0,69
elle
ne s’y réduitCES
CES : 0,17
: 0,12

lture
ricu

710 Ha

onnésàl’ag
red

Un espace agricole fonctionnel, intensif et structurant

transition
Lier production d’énergie
et agriculture, avec
compost et géothermie

Golf
ZA

Reconversion des grandes fermes
agricoles en logements

Surélévation des maisons individuelles
pour créer de nouveaux logements
Application
GPS
pour
optimiser les temps de
transport

Golf

DGA

n

Renforcement des limites de St
Quentin

Gares du métro
de la ligne 18
150 logements / Ha
100 logements / Ha

Cessation de certaines activites :
Aeroport, golf, DGA, ZI de Buc
Relocalisation des entreprises au
sein de Super Saclay

nat

agricole m
ace

Maitrise et valorisation des déblais en remblais
uté

200 logements / Ha

tisa

Mobilités
M

M

A compact city to save nature landMise
anden
agriculture
place des grandes structures

Ville compacte et espace agricole fonctionnel
boisées et hydrauliques
Mise en place de reseaux de transports
en commun et circulations douces
sur l’ensemble du plateau, en lien
avec les vallées
Fermeture de certaines routes
dans l’espace agricole

Avec 1500 Ha pour une plus grande cohésion métropolitaine, 55 m² 2050
d’espace urbain / habitant

Toussus-le-Noble centralité du parc agricole
Using excavated
soil,
Les fermes deviennent des lieux
Pédagogiques et experimentaux
and construction
Reformation des limites de la zpnaf
phasing

LIGNE 18 ABOUTIE

2030

2015

Densification du cluster

Construction dense
To build the city, instead
of autour
des gares de la ligne 18
evacuating 1 billion of tones of
excavated soil, this soil can be used
to build an interesting park
Développement de
topography.
quartiers moins denses
en limite de ville

Construction phasing allows to
Portion de la N118
plan how to use this
soil to
recouverte
economizing and create a unique
design.

0,7
0,7

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source : IAUIdF

Esp

M

Faible
densité
Faible densité

Déconstruction d’un tissu pavillonaire obsolète
pour construire des logements mitoyens denses
en réutilisant les matériaux de la démolition

Densité

0,7
0,7

Gr

M

Créer des mico-centralités dans la
ville qui fournissent commerces,
équipements et espaces ouverts

0,54
0,54 0,58
0,58

itat

Optimiser les déplacements

Op
éra
tion

Diversifier les modes de transport

0,28
0,28

hab

0
0

mix
te

Reconversion
des
hangars
(aérodromes, zones d’activités) en
logements
Construire les dents creuses de la ville,
Bimby

de plantes et des
nces autour de celles-ci

H. : 5,7

Aérodrome

Adaption du logement aux besoins de ses
habitants (extension du bâti, aménagements)

eaux modes de production : permaculture
buttes, utilisation des auxilliaires

Hauteur moyenne : 1,6

Développer des pôles
d’échanges multimodaux

d'h
abit
at in
Ha
div
b
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bou div
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M

Appréhender
la densité
3. Formes urbaines
et densités

Tis
su

Haies arbustives

Agriculture intensive

Construction phasing by using
excavated soil to save money and time
16

NCS OY NMCPO
Y
H
R EN
OT E Y
Nombre d’habitants : 65 322
JUIN 2005
Densité : 15 370
habitants/km²

PS YHM POH O NYY
NN
Issy-Les-Moulineaux

Modes de calcul
DB =

emprise au sol du bâti x hauteur moyenne
surface de l'îlot

surface constructible

COS =

Surface : 15,5 km²
Nombre d’habitants : 275 000
Densité : 17 742 habitants/km²

N.B. Le coefficient d’occupation du
sol n’est pas utilisé, car insuffisant pour
l’analyse des formes urbaines (cf. Note
rapide «Appréhender la densité 2. Les
indicateurs de densité»).

© Iaurif

Super Saclay

Quelques formes
urbaines possibles

densité d’un quartier. La frise cidessous en est l’illustration schématique avec, en regard, différentes possibilités de bâtir de l’habitat individuel et
collectif. Chacune est reprise et
détaillée dans les pages suivantes, qui
montrent que le type d’habitat et sa
hauteur ne déterminent pas toujours
une «forte» densité, que certaines
formesPoissy
d’habitatBoulogne
individuel peuvent
Paris
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and the view clear. The rest of Tippen
will be fenced off from sheep so that
the natural succession process can
continue undisturbed.

Kalveboderne
Landscape Planning 2015

Group 3: Leo Jolly, Inge Hopps, Rasmus Bundgaard Lassen, Nanna Østergaard & Cathrine Juhl

Master Plan
1:3000

Landscape Planning 2015

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Boardwalk
bridge

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Visualization of bridge on Tippen

ated by a vegetation void on Tippen

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Landscape Planning 2015

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KARENS MINDE CULTURAL CENTER

The interventions at Karens Minde are crucial in making a more
organized community space. The gravel surface around the
main building creates an anchoring point for the whole site with
the paths and the entrances are oriented around this surface. A
band of cobblestones defines the building’s edge and indicate
its importance on the site. The stormwater retention meadow
utilizes space that is already a depression in the terrain and the
lawn is often wet and therefore not usable. The steel grate paths
over the meadow follow the direction of the existing desire lines.

They also allow the meadow to grow without disturbance and
for people to cross when the area is wet. The fruit tree grids to
the north and south edges of the gravel surface streghten these
edges. Fruit trees fit in with the spirit of Karens Minde as a small
rural oasis in the city. They can be community events around
harvesting time. The concrete elements in the south both define
the southern border and guide pedestrians to Tippen.

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the beautiful architecture of the museum.

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Raised path, corten steel
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primary functions of the plaza are stormwater management defined by retaining walls cutting through the grass slope. Stairs
and creating
meadow and the corten steel
path. a connection between the station and the define the northern edge of the stormwater retention basin. The
cemetery. When these functions are combined, it forms a
public space proximate to the residential areas and integrated
in the urban context. The wall cuts through the existing terrain
on the border along the cemetery. It functions as a retaining
wall and is therefore 5 meters tall. The grass hill slopes from the
wall, covering the wall. The entrance to the cemetery is also

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basin is covered in grass allowing for infiltration and serves as
an unprogrammed community space. Cobblestone border the
plaza forming a linear edge and contrast to the organic forms
of the terrain. The cobble stone continues across the intersection
to the train station, making a visual and physical connection
between the two spaces.

KFUM

Group 3: Leo Jolly, Inge Hopps, Rasmus Bundgaard Lassen, Nanna Østergaard & Cathrine Juhl

Youth
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Plantation of appletrees

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with meadow
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SJÆLØR STATION PLAZA

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gardens
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MINDE CULTURAL CENTER

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Section/elevation D-d

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Lowered square with grass floor
Retention for 10 years rainevent

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square

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Karens Minde culture house, framed by a concrete curb with gravel surface.

and creating a connection between the station and the
cemetery. When these functions are combined, it forms a
public space proximate to the residential areas and integrated
in the urban context. The wall cuts through the existing terrain
on the border along the cemetery. It functions as a retaining
wall and is therefore 5 meters tall. The grass hill slopes from the
wall, covering the wall. The entrance to the cemetery is also

Concrete
paving

Benches

0.0

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Entrance to cemetery

Riding school

garden

Landscape Planning 2015

st.

5.0

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trees

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Band of cobbled stone
around the base of the
building
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and creating a connection between the station and the
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cemetery. When
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Concept drawing :
Concrete walls to indicate one
entrance
20

CO U N T R Y S C A L E

21

INVISIBLE ASTEROID
Valorising the invisible with low budget
Collaboration with the N.A.S.A agency
Exideuil

Chabanais

Saillat sur Vienne

Mas Ferrand

Suris

Chassenon

Machat
Longeas

Beaulieu

Brethenoux

Les Gouttes
Champonger

La péladie

Chez Mariaud

La chauffie

La Négrerie

Le petit béchasseau

Pressignac

Laurière

VOueras

La Judie
La Gierce

Pierre folle

Rochechouart

Le Grand Chalais

Babaudus

Le Bournet

Bors

Le Mas du Baud

Fonceverane

La Martinie

La Chabaudie

Valette

Le Picateau

Le Moulin Paute

Le Breuil
de Vayres

Mandat

La Chassagne

Cramaud

Le Recoudert
Le Loubaret

Pers
Lambertie

Videix

Chez CHambige
Nouillas

St Gervais

La Besse

Massignac

La Chétardie

Verneuil
Le Breuil
La Féranchie

Bonnefont

Montoume

Les Brandes

Chéronnac

Les Salles
Lavauguyon

Vayres

Asteroid impact map
Impactite (Asteroid fusion stone)

©Jolly L., Regal S., Cassagnabere. E.

valorisING discovery
with the N.a.s.a. agency
A unique rock in the world.
It is interesting for scientists because
the rock composition is the same as thee
planet Mars.
Parfois un objet céleste croise l’orbite de

notre planète bleue.

200 millions of years ago, a specific
asteroid struck the territory of
Rochechouart, in France.

On recense à ce jour une centaine d’impacts, à la
surface de notre Terre.

Mais en France il n’y en a qu’un...

Cratère d’Impact

Asteroid impact in the world
Asteroid impact
22

Architecture

Ston quarry

A rock as indice of the impact
However, this event is unknown because in
the landscape, it is impossible to see the
impact of asteroids.
The target of this project is to reveal this
invisible event so as to create a touristic
economy.
In the landscape, the only visible signs of
this impact are in the village architecture
and stones quarry. People use this special
stone to build cities.
Unique rocks and geology
23

Chabanais

Chassenon

Pressignac

La Judie

Rochechouart

Babaudus
Bors
Fonceverane

La Chassagne

Pers

Montoume

Vayres

A territory with lot of treasures to discover

THE STARS GARDEN,
a project for a
territory

Identifying potential
places made out of stones
and the historical richness
of this territory.
Agriculture and hedge
24

Chabanais

Saillat sur Vienne

Mas Ferrand

Chassenon

Machat

La péladie

Pressignac

Laurière
La Judie

Rochechouart

LE MICRO PLATEAU DE BABAUDUS
Babaudus

Fonceverane

Bors

Valette

Cramaud

Mandat

La Chassagne

Pers
Videix

Chez CHambige

St Gervais

Nouillas
Géologie
aux taux de fusion les plus élevés, ici, la
zone la plus proche du centre de l’impact.
Sa géographie très accidentée et sa densité
boisée font que cet espace reste préservé, avec
tous les mystères qu’il comprend.

ÉTAGNAC

La Chétardie

EXIDEUIL
LA PÉRUSE

CHABANAIS

Bonnefont

Montoume

SAILLAT SUR VIENNE

MAS FERRAND

Les Brandes
SURIS

CHASSENON

MACHAT
LONGEAS

BEAULIEU

BRETHENOUX

LES GOUTTES
CHAMPONGER

LA PÉLADIE

Vayres

CHEZ MARIAUD

LA CHAUFFIE

LA NÉGRERIE

PRESSIGNAC

LE PETIT BÉCHASSEAU
LAURIÈRE

VOUERAS

PIERRE FOLLE

LA JUDIE
LA GIERCE

LE GRAND CHALAIS

ROCHECHOUART

BABAUDUS

LE BOURNET

BORS

LE MAS DU BAUD

FONCEVERANE

LA MARTINIE

LA CHABAUDIE

VALETTE

LE PICATEAU

LE MOULIN PAUTE

LE BREUIL
DE VAYRES

MANDAT

LA CHASSAGNE

CRAMAUD

SAINT AUVENT

LE RECOUDERT

©Jolly L., Regal S., Cassagnabere. E.

LE LOUBARET

PERS
LAMBERTIE

VIDEIX

CHEZ CHAMBIGE
NOUILLAS

ST GERVAIS

LA BESSE

MASSIGNAC

LA CHÉTARDIE

VERNEUIL
LE BREUIL
LA FÉRANCHIE

BONNEFONT

MONTOUME
LES BRANDES

CHÉRONNAC

Linking all the potential treasures by road
and hiking paths
VAYRES

LES SALLES
LAVAUGUYON

ORADOUR SUR
VAYRES

©Jolly L., Regal S., Cassagnabere. E.

The stars garden
Designing roads and hiking
paths to link and visit the
powerful sites of the territory
(Castle, roman baths...)
25

Le centre de l’impact. Les nombreuses vallées qui l’entourent, creusent le plateau accidenté.

Using a tree to fit the view to frame

@pcsdl

@Le Jardin de Chêneland

@Goulyvert

@Le Jardin de Chêneland

Mespilus germanica (Néflier)

@chezmamielucette

@chezmamielucette

@1jardin2plantes

@1jardin2plantes

Amelanchier canadensis (Amélanchier)

THE STARS GARDEN

Creating the possibilities to
create a new identity for this
territory with inhabitants and
politics. Each person can choose
to plant a white flower tree.
For example, In Japan, cherry trees are the
identity of this territory.

A ‘star’ garden for a French department
Interesting places to valorise
26

SENTINEL OF THE DESERT
Valorising space with vegetations

Uyuni Salt flat
Andes

La Paz

Potosi

Chili

Quinoa boom

In 2006, the global
attractiveness of the quinoa
created a lot of problems in the
communities of the
biggest salt flat in the world,
in Bolivia.

Bolivia.
A salft flat
in altitude

1) Evolution of the quinoa price

$

2100$/tonne

2) Field speculation

Ha.
1800 ha.

400$/tonne

7800 ha.

2000 ha.

100$ /tonne
1963
1963
27

2000

2006

1973

Evolution of cultivated fields

2006

Meeting of quinoa and salt

Saving water and use it
for agriculture
In this salt flat, water is rare, there
are only 200mm/year. During the
rainy season, rainwater flows from
the mountains to the salt flat.

When rainwater from
mountain comes into contact
with sand, in the plain,
rainwater become salty and
it can’t be used anymore.

Uyuni salt flat

Rainwater collects in the salt flat
border

Water origin in the salt flat
Rain water

Rainwater flows from volcano

Water table

However, the rainwater isn’t
collected by the communities
because the weather prevents water
storage and ground water.
28

The sacred Volcano Tunupa
Summit of the volcano

Water reserve

Fodder

Vegetable

Hedges

Edible fruit

Budding

Tunupa volcano

Afforestation to save water

JIRIRA Village
(3800m of
altitude)

In this project, the cactus is used as
temporary afforestation. It serves as a
storage water usable for water llamas or
to moisten the soil. It can also be used
as forage for llamas.
On the contrary, permanent
afforestation, located in the valleys,
makes it possible to create a micro
climate near the villages and
a protection against gusts of wind.
It is a managed and sustainable
afforestation.
29

Plain
Uyuni salt flat

Permanent
afforestation in the
valleys
Temporary
afforestation ( Cactus)

Quinoa field

N

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0,5

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