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  • Philip Alan Burkhardt 2326 Sulphur Avenue

    Saint Louis, MO 63139

    [email protected]

    206.605.1789

  • BA Biology: Carleton College

    Researcher: U. of Washington Genome Center

    Intern: Teleos Design

    Builder:BambooBuilders

    MArch/MUD:Washington University in St. Louis

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  • BA Biology: Carleton College

    Researcher: U. of Washington Genome Center

    Intern: Teleos Design

    Builder:BambooBuilders

    MArch/MUD:Washington University in St. Louis

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    mer

    Inte

    rn:

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    ce M

    au D

    esig

    n

    St. Louis H

    ousing

    Rob

    erts reFresh

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    entro

    Soulard

    GreenTech

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    rbanism

    2000.2001.2002.2003.2004.2005.2006.2007.2008.2009.2010.2011.2012...

  • CLOSED-LOOP URBANISM

    A collaborative, cross-disciplinary entry to the 2011 Hines/ULI Urban Design Competition, this project explores the use of innovative funding solutions to incentivize large scale, sustainable infrastructure in Seattle Washington.

    Team Members:Philip Burkhardt (Architecture)Rudy Croster (Business)Roberto Deseda (Urban Design)Mike Naucas (Landscape Architecture)Brendan Wittstruck (Construction Management)

  • McClellan

    MLK

    Rainier2

    3rd

    Spokane

    Columbia CityAirport

    University District

    Downtown

    McClellan

    MLK

    Rainier2

    3rd

    Spokane

    Columbia CityAirport

    University District

    Downtown

    singlefamily

    MLK

    Rainier2

    3rd

    Columbia CityAirport

    University District

    Downtown

    Rainier

    Seattle Master Plan:2,500 jobs & 1,800 residents within 1/4 mile of Rainier Village.

    Add commercial and residential density along Rainier and MLK while creating job opportunities for local residents.

    Focus densiity near transit in order to encourage further development to the South.

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    LINK

    .u. district downtown

    columbia city

    airport

    LINK

    columbia city

    airport

    LINK

    downtown

    LINK

    Complete Street-Fronts

    Pedestrian Connectivity

    Activate Transit

  • SITE PLAN

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    Transit Hub(Link & Bus)

    Pilots Plaza

    Farm

    Digestor/Cogeneration

    Business Incubator

    P-Patch

    Niche Plaza

    QFC/Rite-Aid

    Gas Station

    Water retention swale

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  • food wastesurrounding area

    electricity191,000kWh/year

    collectedrainwater

    irrigation

    heating

    compost

    foodlocal residents

    foodrestaurants|markets

  • food wastesurrounding area

    electricity191,000kWh/year

    collectedrainwater

    irrigation

    heating

    compost

    foodlocal residents

    foodrestaurants|markets

  • WHEN FOUNDED, THE REGION WAS ABOVE SEA LEVEL. NOW, 50% OF NEW ORLEANS IS BENEATH SEA LEVEL AND STILL SINKING.

    NOLA IS ABOUT CONTACTGUTTER TO GULFMAP

    TELL ME MORE >

    www.NOLAisWATER.com

    As part of Washinton University and the the University of Torontos ongoing Gutter to Gulf collaboration, the NOLAisWATER website attempts to collect, distill and connect the everyday (as opposed to the catastrophic) water issues confronting New Orleans. The project tests the thesis that architects and urban designers posses a unique skill set for cataloguing and displaying information pertaining to the built environment.

    TEAM MEMBERSPhilip Burkhardt Erin DorrJonathan DowseBrendan Wittstruck

  • www.NOLAisWATER.com

    NOLA IS ABOUT CONTACTGUTTER TO GULFMAP

    SINKING

    CONNECTIONS

    IMAGES

    MECHANISM

    Sea Level

    Sea Level

    Sea Level

    LakeRiver

    River control stops flooding

    Pumping lowers water table

    Land sinks

    Historically, the Mississippi ooded seasonally. When this water receded it left behind a new layer of sediment. The heavier particles settled near the river, creating the high ground on which the French Quarter sits today. Floods built land. River control has stopped sediment deposits that pre-viously accompanied seasonal ood-ing. The pumping of water to keep the city dry has also taken the water out of the soil, allowing it to dry up

    and compact. New Orleans is thirsty.

    NOLA IS ABOUT CONTACTGUTTER TO GULFMAP

    SINKING

    CONNECTIONS

    IMAGES

    MECHANISM

    Sea Level

    Sea Level

    Sea Level

    Flood

    Growing land

    River flooding

    All above sea level

    LakeRiver

    Historically, the Mississippi ooded seasonally. When this water receded it left behind a new layer of sediment. The heavier particles settled near the river, creating the high ground on which the French Quarter sits today. Floods built land. River control has stopped sediment deposits that pre-viously accompanied seasonal ood-ing. The pumping of water to keep the city dry has also taken the water out of the soil, allowing it to dry up

    and compact. New Orleans is thirsty.

    NOLA IS ABOUT CONTACTGUTTER TO GULFMAP

    SINKING

    CONNECTIONS

    IMAGES

    MECHANISM

    Before pumping technology was introduced to New Orleans, the entire city was above sea level. Pumps, introduced at the end of the 19th century, allowed for growth of the city into reclaimed wetlands yet also began removing ground water which started the ground sinking. Now parts of the city are well below sea level and still sinking.

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    Sea Level

    51 inches or more

    21 - 50 inches

    4 - 20 inches

    Developed Area

    1980s

    NOLA IS ABOUT CONTACTGUTTER TO GULFMAP

    SINKING

    CONNECTIONS

    IMAGES

    MECHANISM

    Before pumping technology was introduced to New Orleans, the entire city was above sea level. Pumps, introduced at the end of the 19th century, allowed for growth of the city into reclaimed wetlands yet also began removing ground water which started the ground sinking. Now parts of the city are well below sea level and still sinking.

    +12

    - 8

    Sea Level

    51 inches or more

    21 - 50 inches

    4 - 20 inches

    Developed Area

    At Settlement

    NOLA IS ABOUT CONTACTGUTTER TO GULFMAP

    LEVEES

    CONNECTIONS

    IMAGES

    FAILURE MECHANISMS

    EarthenFloodwalls

    New Orleans is separated from sur-rounding water bodies by a series of levees. These levees primarily take two forms: earthen levees, and ood walls. Earthen levees are essentially highly-engineered piles of earth. Levee walls on the other hand, are concrete walls set on sheet pilings. Earthen levees require signicantly more space to reach the required hight, yet they also create occupiable space that levee walls do not.

  • SESC Centro

    Providing health, wellness and cultural programs, SESCs play a crucial role in Sao Paulo. Located in the center of the city on a long lot stretched between two distinct urban conditions, this project attempts to match the scale and speed of each side while creating a much needed pedestrian route through the block.

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    building access

    gathering space

    gardenUnder Main Courtyard

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    circulation programs

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    circulation programs

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    building access

    gathering space

    garden

    Circulation Diagrams

    Under Main Courtyard

  • Planter for Light & View

    Stairs as Theater

    Fast and slow spaces

  • ALAMAR RIVER PLAN

    The Alamar river is the only remaining riparian zone within the city of Tijuana, a fact rendered particularly salient by the arid citys dwindling water supply and exploding population. Currently, the city plans on channelizing the river in order to maximize adjacent development. This proposal posits an alternative development model that fulfills the primary goals of the citys plan, while also maintaining the rivers functionality. The river bottom is heavily programmed with environmental and civic infrastructure in an attempt to foster the citiz